The Catholic Church and Its Immigration Hypocrisy

This is an excellent article everyone should read who is interested in migration and the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church on migration.
How Many Immigrants Does Vatican City Take?
I am interested in what you think about this.
Here are a couple of paragraphs from the article.
"Today, Vatican City operates something like a miniature Monaco. Totally surrounded by Rome, the city-state is in no way self-sustaining. Yet it does have a large, unionized workforce, a highly professional diplomatic corps, and a fairly good cash flow (due to support from Catholic parishes).
"What it does not have is any immigrants. Nor refugees. None. I tried to get the Holy See’s official point-of-view on this question by contacting its official representative in the U.S., Archbishop Agostino Cacciavillan, the papal nuncio. His assistant insisted she could answer no questions, and all official questions must be addressed to the archbishop himself in writing. I faxed a few simple questions over in April but received no reply.
“So, is Vatican City too tiny to support even a few immigrants and refugees? If you just concentrate on the state’s absolute size, 108.7 acres, it seems small indeed. But a cursory statistical analysis suggests that many cities in the United States of similar or greater population density are presently doing much more.”