Non-profits helping illegal immigration and open borders into the United States is funded by both George Soros and Jesuit-controlled Catholic organizations.

Jesuit, Pope Francis and George Soros Funded Groups Helping Open Borders and Illegal Immigration

Non-profits helping illegal immigration and open borders into the United States is funded by both George Soros and Jesuit-controlled Catholic organizations.

A vast web of non-profits facilitating illegal immigration and open borders into the United States is funded by both George Soros and Jesuit-controlled Catholic organizations.

From their own deeds and words, Soros and the Jesuits are actively promoting a one world order where socialism, social justice and equality of outcome is promised instead of equality of opportunity. More control required.

One globalist strategy is to overwhelm the American welfare system with illegal immigration from third world countries, establishing an unstoppable socialist voting base to erode U.S. sovereignty.

“The main obstacle to a stable and just world order, is the United States”, wrote George Soros in “The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror”

On May 2, 2019 Pope Francis, the first Jesuit Pope, called for a supranational body to enforce United Nations mandates. (

From behind the Vatican walls Pope Francis has criticized President Trump’s call to secure the American border despite the U.S. having taken in more migrants worldwide than any other country. ( report)

The Jesuits’ Ignation Solidarity Network’s stated mission is to “educate, and form advocates for social justice animated by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola.” There are at least 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the U.S. who have graduated many of the elected officials responsible for securing the borders.

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Pope Francis Praises Soros-Funded Organization; Encourages ‘Resistance’

“It it has been said many times and my response has always been that, if anything, it is the communists who think like Christians.”

–Pope Francis

Papal confidant claims Pope Francis has abolished hell, purgatory, heaven

The Left has its Pope
“Pope Francis has created political controversy, both inside and outside the Catholic Church, by blaming capitalism for many of the problems of the poor.”
—Thomas Sowell

“Make a mess, but also help to arrange and organize the mess that’s been made.”

Pope Francis told a crowd of Paraguayan youth in 2015.

Pope Francis carrying wiccan stang – St. Peter’s Square – Opening Mass Synod of Bishops 2018-10-03 (Youtube 1:27 mark)

Francis the Head Citizen of the One World Ecumenical Church
by Thomas A. Droleskey

The rise of the one world religion
Major Amir Tsarfati, New Life Media

U.S. Has Taken In 24 Times More Migrants Than Pope’s Home Country of Argentina
“Although the United States houses only 5 percent of the world’s population, the United States takes in 20 percent of all the migrants worldwide. No other country even approaches that number.”

Pope Maker: The Soros Syndicate
“George Soros is the largest landowner in Argentina (half a million hectares) with more than 150,000 head of cattle, and he also owns massive Argentine financial assets. Jorge Bergoglio, the first Latin American Pope, the Peronist Argentine with a deep concern for the struggling Argentine economy. Two sides of the Argentine peso, one native born pontiff with deep Vatican Bank pockets, the other, a global billionaire power broker with even deeper pockets. “

Antipope Bergoglio is Soros’ Man


“A reading of the signs of the times since the Second Vatican Council shows unmistakably that the Church of the next millennium will be called the “Church of the Laity.” “
34th Jesuit General Congregation Decrees, 1995

“Globalisation has also given birth to a world culture affecting all cultures; often this has resulted in a process of homogenisation and in policies of assimilation that deny the right of individuals and groups to live and develop their own cultures. In the midst of this upheaval, post-modernism, mentioned also by GC 34,11 has continued to shape the way the contemporary world and we Jesuits think and behave.”
35th Jesuit General Congregation Decrees, 2008

“…our culture is also marked by a tendency to exaggerated self-sufficiency and individualism that create difficulties for the practice of religious obedience.”
35th Jesuit General Congregation, 2008

“Our mission of faith and justice, dialogue of religions and cultures has acquired dimensions that no longer allow us to conceive of the world as composed of separate entities.”
35th Jesuit General Congregation, 2008

“There are some 28 Jesuit College and Universities spread in 18 different states which enroll some 220,000 students and international students.”


“Pedro Arrupe, the Jesuit Superior General from 1965 to 1983, explicitly linked Ignatian spirituality to the promotion of social justice. This emerged particularly in Decree 4 of the XXXII General Congregation of the Society in 1975, Our Mission Today: The Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice.”
A Mysticism of Practice- Ignatius of Loyola, By Philip Sheldrake

“Vatican II has exhorted all Catholics to a dialogue which will “acknowledge, preserve and promote the spiritual and moral goods found in other religions, and the values in their society and culture” in order to “join hands with them to work towards a world of peace, liberty, social justice and moral values.”
34th Jesuit General Congregation Decrees, 1995

“Network, educate, and form advocates for social justice animated by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the witness of the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador and their companions.”
Mission statement, Ignation Solidarity Network

Jesuit social Justice Ministries

Justice = equality of opportunity (freedom)
Social justice = equality of outcome (compulsion)
Further insight: “When Communism inspired Americans” by philosopher Stefan Molyneaux

Radical community organizer Saul Alinsky met with Archbishop Montini of Milan, future Pope Paul VI, multiple times


“The main obstacle to a stable and just world order, is the United States.”

George Soros, ‘The Age of Fallibility’ by George Soros

Organizations Funded Directly by George Soros and his Open Society

How Vilification of George Soros Moved From the Fringes to the Mainstream

“It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.”

1993 quote from George Soros

2016 IRS forms

The connections go even deeper. Good research furthering the connections.

Donations to two faith-based organizations for $650,000. PICO and Faith in Public Life (FPL) contributing to the effort to recruit 10,000 volunteers to influence the Catholic Church during Pope Francis’ 2015 U.S. visit.

Funding National Immigration Law Center and Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.

$750,000 in 2016 to PICO
(People Improving Communities Through Organizing)

Lack of logic
George Soros writes in ‘The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror’ that he opposes borders, national sovereignty and global government while offering no prescription except rule of international law. “We also need rules for changing the rules, but they do not necessarily need to be codified,” he says. Meanwhile he collapses entire economies for personal gain.


In the spring of 2018, PSF helped organize a caravan wherein hundreds of asylum-seeking migrants from Central America sought to enter the United States illegally. The co-organizer of that caravan was the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project, a coalition composed of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, the American Immigration Council, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Centro Sin Fronteras Community Services Network
2017 money received: $27,341 (tapered off heavily from Obama years)

Centro Sin Fronteras formed La Familia Latina Unida
La Familia runs Pueblos Sin Fronteras (shared same address)

Irineo Mujica as part of the aid group Pueblo Sin Fronteras accompanied the migrant caravan

The Open Border Activists Behind the Illegal Immigrant Caravans

Leading the migrant caravan

Archived Pueblo Sin Fronteras site on caravans

Pueblos Sin Fronteras activist accused by Mexican police of slashing immigration agency tires, resisting arrest.

Pueblo Sin Fronteras is a member of the National Day Laborer Network, which is affiliated with United for Justice and Peace, Caravan Against Fear and Freedom Road Socialist Organization. The connections run deep between left-wing activism and corporate and foundation sponsorship.


Support from National Day Laborer Organizing Network, California Immigrant Policy Center and Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Funds PICO

California guides businesses on how to avoid ‘aiding and abetting’ immigration authorities.

California’s sanctuary state bill SB 54
Prohibits state and local law enforcement agencies, including school police and security departments, from using money or personnel to investigate, interrogate, detain, detect, or arrest persons for immigration enforcement purposes.


Founded by Jesuit Priest, Father John Baumann with priorities including universal health care, public education, affordable housing, and immigration reform.

“Striving to achieve a strategic change in the California Electorate to more closely reflect the diversity of its population and build an identifiable, sustained voting base around a justice agenda.”

PICO campaign

Funded by SEIU, ICE Out of California, Google, TIDES and many others…

$750,000 from Open Society in 2016

Wire transfers to Central America and the Caribbean and Sub Saharan Africa

PICO’s California support bills
SB 785: Prohibits the disclosure of a person’s immigration status in court hearing’s both publicly and as part of court records, essentially preventing ICE from identifying undocumented individuals from court records for non-immigration related court hearing’s.

Funding from National Immigration Forum through National People’s Action

PICO donations to CASA de Maryland

Also known as: Pacific Institute for Community Organizations
PICO National Network
Website now redirects to Faith In Action


There are explicit and documented ties between La Familia Latina Unida (the parent organization that owns and operates Pueblo Sin Fronteras, or People Without Borders) and George SorosÕ National Immigration Forum.

Media accounts proceeded to recap the NIF’s past funding from Open Society Foundations: $257,152 in 2009 for an immigration reform campaign, $1.5 million in 2009 to manage the Four Pillars Campaign for immigration reform (among other related activities) and two grants in 2010 totaling $1.5 million to facilitate general operations.

$500k in 2016 from Open Society

2010: $15k to United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
$100k to PICO National Network
$500k to TIDES Foundation
$60k to Centro Sin Fronteras

Taxpayer dollars funding National Immigration Forum

In February 2019, District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced a $100,000 grant to the organization to help immigrants going through the process of becoming citizens. The taxpayer dollars will specifically go to the NIFO’s New American Workforce project, which is supposed to help with the cost of naturalization filing fees, English language classes and immigration attorneys.


$300k from Open Society in 2017
$24k from Open Society in 2016

Cash grant to MALDEF $5,600

Notable members
CASA de Maryland
Pueblo Sin Fronteras
Latino Union of ChicagO

CASA DE MARYLAND (suing U.S. govt.)

CASA de Maryland and the Corrupting Influence of Illegal Immigration

Then Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) called CASA de Maryland a fringe advocacy group that has instructed illegal immigrants on how to escape detection and also promoted illegal labor sites and driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.

Big donors to CASA de Maryland include Soros’ Foundation to Promote Open Society (at least $270,000 in 2010-2013), the National Council of La Raza ($70,000 in 2004-2013), and two government-supported entities, the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp. (at least $40,000 in 2011-2013) and the Maryland Legal Services Corporation, which is supposed to provide legal services to the poor (at least $630,203 in 2005-2013).

“CASA lobbies for blanket amnesty on behalf of the millions of illegal aliens residing in the U.S. on the theory that they will eventually become citizens who vote reliably Democrat.”

Discover the Networks

“CASA’s executive director has told workers he will never turn their names over to federal immigration officials.”

Funded by Taxpayer money, SEIU, PICO, Open Society and many others…

CASA de Maryland: The Illegals’ ACORN
Funding from The Catholic Campaign for Human Development

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

Groups do not all share their funders’ one world goal. California will become a Hispanic state and anyone who does not like it should go back to Europe stated Mario Obledo, co-founder of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), La Raza member and cabinet member for Gov. Jerry Brown. (New York Times) (Los Angeles Times)

Supported the National Council of La Raza’s ‘We Can Stop the Hate’ campaign, which was designed to silence critics who raised alarms about mass illegal immigration into the United States and who opposed amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Hawaii’s George Soros: The Hidden Donor Funding The Illegal Immigration, #BlackLivesMatter Activists
(Arizona anti-Trump protests with representatives from MALDEF)

Funding from Open Society, Catholic Legal Immigration Network

2016: $700k from George Soros’ Open Society

2015: $5k to National Day Laborer Organization

2016: $10k to National Day Laborer Organizing Network

MALDEF unsuccessfully sues Arizona rancher for $32 million who detained illegal immigrants from Mexico crossing his land.

LA RAZA (The Race)

La Raza (The Race) changed name to UnidosUS to become relevant to millennials.

La Raza’s Open Border Network

La Raza’s Growing Influence: Gaining clout and tax dollars in all branches of government

La Raza’s We Can Stop the Hate campaign
(Designed to silence critics who raised alarms about mass illegal immigration into the United States and who opposed amnesty for illegal immigrants.)

2017 grants
$35k to CASA de Maryland
$5k to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago


The USCCB’s president, vice president and chairmen released a statement denouncing the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA

Your Tax Dollars At Work: Liberal religious organizations make amnesty pay

Over the past nine years, the USCCB has received a total of $534,788,660 in taxpayer dollars for refugee resettlement programs. Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich, a Pope Francis-appointee, referred to Trump’s travel ban as a dark moment in U.S. history.

Supported taxpayer funding health care for illegal immigrants
Kathy Saile, director of domestic social development with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2009

Jesuit connections

President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Cardinal Daniel DiNardo went to St. Anne grade school and then Bishop’s Latin school which was run by Jesuit priests.

New archdiocese of Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory
wemt to Jesuits’ Mundelein Seminary in Chicago as student and faculty member.


  • Catholic Legal Immigration Network
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services
  • American Immigration Council


$150k from Open Society in 2016

“Petitions from citizens or immigrants with green cards seeking to sponsor close family members for immigration are among the common paths for gaining legal status.”

“To Increase the number of Mexican legal permanent residents to naturalize as U.S. citizens…”

Purpose of multiple grants to multiple Dioceses

Opposes citizenship question on Census through administered program Center for Citizenship and Immigrant Communities

An AIM investigation finds $530,000 of Soros money has gone into the Catholic Legal Immigration Network
“The two issues merge in the fact that the Catholic Bishops are demanding that national health care legislation cover illegal aliens.”

Funds SEIU

Jesuit connection

Catholic Legal Immigration Network Chairman
The Most Reverend Kevin W. Vann!


Ignatian Solidarity Network
(so-named after the founder of the Jesuit order, Ignatius of Loyola

“We stand with the United States Catholic Bishops and the U.S. Jesuit Provincials in asking for immigration policies that: create a process for undocumented immigrants to earn citizenship”

Ignation Solidarity Network policy

All 28 Jesuit universities in the United States signed a joint statement pledging support to undocumented students at their universities.
“We offered rewards and incentives for students to call their legislators this week with a special link created by the Ignatian Solidarity Network.
Hayden Tanabe, student government president at Loyola Marymount University


“The Vatican itself donated at least $20,000 in 2009 to erect a shelter for Central American illegal aliens sneaking through Ixtepec, Mexico, where they hopped on freight trains into our country. Another papal society, Catholic Extension, has poured more than $12 million dollars into ministries along our southern border over the past five years “to ensure that those who are on a journey are protected by the Church and that we advocate on their behalf,” according the Catholic News Agency.”
“Adjusted for inflation, Catholic Extension has provided a total of more than $122 million to help U.S. dioceses along the U.S.-Mexico border”

Catholic Extentsion president (2007 – present)
Reverend John J. Wall, a lifelong Chicagoan, received his master of divinity and STL from the Jesuit’s University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary

Wall has served on the faculty of Niles College Seminary at Loyola University, which is now Saint Joseph College Seminary

“Social Justice in Action team” at Old St. Patrick’s Church
Prior to leading Catholic Extension, Father Wall served 24 years as pastor of Old St. Patrick’s Church, the second oldest parish founded in the city of Chicago


CCHD was founded by a Chicago priest, Jack Egan, a disciple of radical community organizer Saul Alinsky
Embraces the leftwing ideology and tactics of the late Saul Alinsky
Identifies capitalism as the source of America’s poverty.
Provides funding for the Industrial Areas Foundation, the Midwest Academy, People Improving Communities Through Organizing, and the Gamaliel Foundation and was a longtime financial supporter of ACORN
Helped Barack Obama when he was a young community organizer during the 1980s. According to author Stanley Kurtz, CCHD might be the largest funding source for community organizing in the U.S.

$500,000 to PICO in 2016

The two charities run by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

  • Catholic Campaign for Human Development
  • Catholic Relief Services

Saul Alinsky and Corruption of Catholic Campaign for Human Development
–Dr Taylor Marshall with Michael Hichborn of the Lepanto Institute
(Pope Paul VI met with Jack Egan three times before becoming Pope)

Jack Egan, Jesuit trained
Studied for the priesthood at St. Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein

Ralph McCloud, Director of CCHD was treasurer for pro-abortion Wendy Davis’ Texas’ gubernatorial campaign

Funds CASA de Maryland

2017-18 Grantees
Border Network for Human Rights: $75k in 2017-18

2011-12 grantee list

Over $4 million in 2014 specifically in justice for immigrants


James W. Ziglar, Chairman of the Migration Policy Institute
Claimed that Arizona SB 1070 (requiring local police to determine the immigration status of anyone who is arrested or detained when there is “reasonable suspicion” they are not in the United States legally) is unconstitutional.

Migration Policy Institute Trustee
The Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio
–Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick appointed him to be the associate executive director of Catholic Community Services)
–Also served as chairman of the Catholic Legal Immigration Network. Inc.
Shortly after becoming the Bishop of Brooklyn, Bishop DiMarzio was invited to be a member of the Global Commission on International Migration, formed by the Secretary General of the United Nations and a number of governments. It completed a report, entitled “Migration in an interconnected world; New directions for action.”The Bishop was the only U.S. citizen on the 19-member commission.

Migration Policy Institute Trustee
Michael Fix
Called immigrants “rising human capital” for the U.S.


Pope sends aid to migrants stranded at U.S. border

Pope gets political, doling out $500,000 for caravans

Donations to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign through Peter’s Pence


The Jesuits and Pelosi plan to overthrow Trump

Paul Ryan reinstates Jesuit as House Chaplain


Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
“Our institutions are committed to the pursuit of social justice.”