Que Viaja Seguro, Enrique


Long-time readers will remember that we have prayed for our friend and brother for over a year now, during his incarceration at the Immigration-and-Customs-Enforcement detention center in Farmville, Va. We have prayed that he would not be deported.

He will be deported. On Tuesday, or the Tuesday after that, or the Tuesday after that.

His Mexican-American family will remain, separated from husband and father for the foreseeable future. Enrique will go to his brother’s house in Jalisco, in a town that is by no means safe.

May the good and holy Lord watch over us all and keep us from evil. May the insane Reign of Terror, that is our immigration-enforcement apparatus, come crashing down. I love my country, but I am not proud to be an American today. This sucks.

3 thoughts on “Que Viaja Seguro, Enrique

  1. This feels like a hard punch in the gut, I am stunned and terribly sad. Why do we destroy the things that are good. I am heart sick for Enrique and his family. This is completely unjust.

  2. I agree w/ you father… Everything you said… there was an exorcism done for the entire country of Mexico due to the need for it there.. Mexico isnt the only country that needs one. The evil here is getting to be so strong… things like this are allowed to happen… and there is no answer as to why so many bad things are just running rampant… w/ no answer from those who could change it. This country is so upside down because so many have turned there back’s on God and because of it, those like Enrique who are such wonderful people, have to suffer. God Bless him, his family, you and all the others who did anything to try and ensure he stayed w/ his family, safe here.

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