Will Radical Environmentalism Infect the Amazon Synod?

There must be no compromising of our Catholic values to join in what has become an increasingly godless, anti-life and anti-human movement. I have written two previous articles here at the National Catholic Register expressing my serious concerns about the working document (instrumentum laboris) of the Amazon Synod. The first article focused on the document’s near-deification of the

Amazon Synod Checkmate: Infanticide, the Unwanted and Carefully Hidden Question

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A very important issue is reverberating in the media and social networks: infanticide in certain indigenous tribes that belies the idyllic “paradise” propagated by the Brazilian Bishops’ Conference, CIMI,  and high-ranking promoters of the Amazon Synod. This Question Checkmates the Synod In a press conference on the Amazon Synod on October 8, Swiss journalist Giuseppe

Ford Foundation Funding for Key Synod Participants Discussed Again Today

However, little clarity was provided about the reasons for such funding from the pro-abortion foundation, and its significance was downplayed by synod representatives. Bishop Mário Antônio da Silva with a tucum ring VATICAN CITY — The vice president of the Brazilian bishops’ conference today sought to downplay the fact revealed on Thursday by the Register that a

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: Commenting Strictly on the Instrumentum Laboris’ Statements on Climate and Ecology

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Numbers refer to items of the original document. “9. The Amazon River basin and the surrounding tropical forests nourish the soil and regulate, through the recycling of moisture, the cycles of water, energy and carbon at the planetary level. The Amazon River alone sends 15% of the total fresh water of the planet every year into

Dutch Bishop: Amazon Synod – the intention is a new religion?

If you read the Working Document of the so-called Amazon Synod, it seems that the intended outcome for the synod is a new religion. A kind of eco-socialism, an amalgam of ecology, climate change, ecumenism, viri probati, consecration of women and, oh yes, also a single mention of Jesus, but not as Son of God,