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LITTLE TOWN ON THE PRAIRIE FIGHTS TO KEEP PRIEST

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Barack and Hillary are not the only ones facing a fight in South Dakota. Father Cathal Gallagher, a priest who has presided over a congregation in the town of De Smet, South Dakota, faces deportation due to a very minor status gap several years ago that resulted from slow processing at USCIS. De Smet, by the way, is the place where famous American author Laura Ingalls Wilder set the biographical book Little Town on the Prairie, the second in the famous Little House on the Prairie series.



The town is rallying to help their beloved clergyman as described in a new blog and in a recent Catholic News Service article.

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  1. Legal and no longer waiting's Avatar
    Nice attitude:
    "Something seems broken in a system that allows 12 million illegal aliens to remain in this country, yet denies residency to a man of service such as Father Gallagher."

    How about this - even if having the Catholic Church and possibly the Almighty on your side does not help one gain legal residence, how do you expect regular working people come here other than illegally?
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