A Roman Catholic Church in Detroit is closing its doors after 100 years of service. According to the Associated Press, that decision comes in part because Hispanics who worship there fear immigration agents. The final Mass at All Saints Church will be celebrated Sunday on Detroit’s Southwest side. Rev. Marc Gawronski has told The Detroit Free Press that there are actually many reasons for closing. The church has weak finances, needs structural repairs and has been losing members.

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