It's not the Haitians' fault that they have not been taught Catholicism properly. These are people who struggle merely to survive. I don't think many of them have the luxury of literacy in English, sitting in overstuffed recliners with cheap laptops and Wi-Fi, discussing the faith with experts.
I do have to wonder, though, and forgive my ignorance if there's something here I'm not seeing --- how do you have 14,000 people, all showing up in the same place all at once? I've heard that some of them were shipped in buses across Mexico (don't have the particulars), and that some even came via Brazil through the Darien Gap connecting Panama and Colombia. All I can say is, if someone is willing to cross the Darien Gap to get to the US, they must want to get here mighty, mighty bad. Pretty rugged country to say the least. And don't Haitians crossing Central America and Mexico... ahem, kind of stand out? Was everyone along the way okay with this mass migration? Are Mexicans so "woke" that they would gladly offer food, water, a place to stay, medical care if needed, child care items, to black foreigners who don't even speak Spanish? Not saying that is a bad thing --- in and of itself, it would be a corporal work of mercy and hospitality to the stranger --- but do Mexicans do that kind of thing? Logistics? Was the Red Cross anywhere around, after all, that's kind of their bailiwick?
Don't get me wrong, I don't mean to dump on Haitians, they're good people, I've known Haitians, I like them very much, my heart goes out to them, Haiti's an awful place for anyone to live. Are they political refugees? Do they fear persecution at home? Was there some reason, other than desire to get to the US, that they couldn't have stayed in South America? And since when did we start taking in refugees, coming to the border and simply asking to be let in, for reasons other than political persecution and the like?
Can someone enlighten me? I mean this in all sincerity.