The church is helping federal agencies process the immigrants.
He said most people that arrived Thursday morning would not be there by the end of the day. He added the church has received requests to accept more immigrants but officials were unsure when that might happen.
"As the mother of a 4-year-old, my heart goes out to them," Vasquez said. "If they're children we should provide a better life for them."
She said she would organize the community at her church to give donations to the people at St. Joseph's and help in any way possible.
"It'll bring people out to say, 'I'm going to help them because they're kids,'" she said. "If they're children, we should provide a better life for them."
"I've got no issue with it as long as they're not here long-term and you start the deportation process," he said.
"I believe in the right way to do this thing," he said. "We cannot afford to be taking care of people from other countries.
"It tears my heart. I have three little ones myself. But for me, we gotta fix this problem," he continued. "As a country, we are already struggling as it is and we need to take care of our own."