He said in his pastoral address last Sunday that he was saddened by the incident.
Article in the paper reads:
BISHOP Tomas A. Camacho of the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa has asked individuals involved in a recent protest calling for long-term alien workers to “go home” to “examine whether their actions were right.”The Reveler
Messages of “hostility and hatred,” the bishop said, are against church teachings and the ultimate goal of a loving and peaceful island society.
The bishop was referring to the members of Taotao Tano who staged a rally on June 30 against Dekada, a group of long-term alien workers seeking to improve their immigration status.
Led by its president Greg Cruz, Taotao Tano displayed placards stating “No way Dekada, go home,” and “Dekada go home, this is our land” during the protest held at the intersection of Beach Road and Microl Corp. in San Jose.