Rosa Sabido marks 100 days at Mancos sanctuary

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Rosa Sabido marks 100 days at Mancos sanctuary

Community reaffirms support for Cortez woman who faces deportation

Rosa Sabido marks 100 days at Mancos sanctuary

Rosa Sabido sings along during a candlelight vigil Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
Rosa Sabido bows her head during a candlelight vigil Sunday at the United Methodist Church, which has given her sanctuary as she avoids the threat of deportation.
Gift and tokens brought for Rosa Sabido, who has been living at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
A candlelight vigil was held Sunday evening at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
Friends stand at the candlelight vigil at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
Molly Belle Lawrence holds her candle Sunday at the candlelight vigil.
A prayer burns in a fire at the United Methodist Church vigil to symbolize that it was being sent to God.
The Rev. Craig Paschal speaks at the candlelight vigil at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
Donna Joerg sings at the candlelight vigil.
An attendee reads her prayer at the candlelight vigil at the United Methodist Church in Mancos.
The Rev, Pat Valdez, a priest at the St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Cortez, listens to a prayer given in Spanish at the candlelight vigil.
Julie Hartline, who directs a women’s singing circle in which Rosa Sabido participates, leads the group in a song at the candlelight vigil.
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