The Synod of Contradiction: No to Brazil’s Government, Yes to Leftist Politicians

Unfortunately, we Brazilian Catholics are facing yet another contradiction in the policy of Cardinal Hummes, Rapporteur of the Amazon Synod, regarding the Brazilian government. The UOL website reported on October 4 that while “Pope Francis has vetoed the presence of incumbent Brazilian politicians and military leaders” at the Rome Synod, at the same time, the

John Paul II: The Old Missionaries are a bright and perennial example yesterday and today

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APOSTOLIC TRIP TO BRAZIL OF THE HOLY FATHER JOHN PAUL II OCTOBER 12-21, 1991 ADDRESS OF THE HOLY FATHER MEETING WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES OF BRAZIL Cuiaba, October 16, 1991 From the two last paragraphs of number 4:   These missionaries – Franciscans, Capuchins, Salesians, Jesuits, Dominicans, Carmelites, Benedictines, and many others –

Expert Destroys Climate Change Hoax in 3 Minutes

Celebrities, activists, environmentalist organizations, the UN, government entities and sadly, even the Vatican support the theory that humans cause climate change.  However, in this exclusive interview, “global warming” expert and author Marc Morano gives you hard-hitting arguments and facts that dispel the artificial fear propagated by “climate emergency” alarmists. Watch the full interview: Marc Morano

THE AMAZON SYNOD IS A SIGN OF THE TIMES

The Synod of the Amazon is a sign of the times. So its Instrumentum laboris says. Who could disagree? And what times these are! Some are saying hopefully that the Synod of the Amazon will change the Church forever, that the Church will never be the same again. Others are saying that the Synod is

Amazon Synod shows good and evil becoming friends in the Vatican

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We now know a bit more about what happened after the pagan ceremony of the “Pago a la tierra” (“Payment to the Earth”) in the Vatican gardens under the pope’s very eyes. The next evening, on Saturday, October 5, the group of “indigenous” Amazonians — wearing feathers, t-shirts, and trendy sports shoes — and their