Ecofeminist Theology Ideologically Supports the Most Extreme Demands of the Coming Pan-Amazon Synod We will now continue with the topic of “ecofeminist theology” and its influence on the convocation of the next Synod on the Amazon. As we will see, if they are not stopped, the transformations proposed by ecofeminist theologians can have profound consequences
Wednesday, July 24, 2019 – Porto Velho After driving all day yesterday and almost all of today, the caravan arrived back in Brazil at the city of Porto Velho. We started our first campaign in several days at around 4 p.m. After collecting a little more than 1,200 new names, the campaign finished at sunset.
Paresis Indians want to expand farming and master up-to-date technology. This year, the Paresi people of the Utiariti indigenous land proceeded to harvest with up-to-date technology the nearly 4,000 hectares of corn they had sowed. In February, their modern machines had harvested 9,000 hectares of soybeans, according to a report in the daily Folha