Global elites’ myths and lies about Amazon fires burning hot and heavy

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 The fires in the Amazonian rainforest in Brazil could not have been more superbly timed: they burned opportunely at the time of the G7 summit of developed nations in Biarritz, France, and its internationalist, anti-sovereign solutions. The media hype surrounding the scenes of desolation also comes less than two months before the Synod on Amazonia

Amazon Synod preparer calls for Mass, Church with pagan elements

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For those who wish to understand what is really going on as the October synod on the Amazon looms on the horizon, the words and “dreams” — to use his own expression — of an indigenous Brazilian Salesian priest, Fr. Justino Sarmento Rezende, are among the most revealing. Fr. Justino is considered to be a pivotal element

Canadian archbishop pushes women deacons as ‘first step’

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The time has come to take women’s place in the Church “seriously,” according to the Archbishop of Gatineau, Québec. The French-speaking bishop, Paul-André Durocher, openly promoted the idea of a female diaconate that would include the celebration of the sacraments of baptism and marriage. He was speaking on Radio Canada’s Sunday evening chat-show, Tout le monde en parle (“Everyone’s

Anticolonialism and Pagan Spiritualities in the Preparatory Document for the Amazon Synod

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The first thing that stands out in the preparatory document for the special synod on the Amazon is its horizontal character — which also marked the Youth Synod held in Rome last October. One year later, in October 2019, the invited bishops will have to delve especially into the “pastoral and ecological conversion,” the outlines