Brazilian Bishop: “The Church’s Mission is to bring the Gospel to Everyone, Including the Indigenous. No Culture is Above Christ”.

On his radio program of October 1, Most Rev. Adair Guimarães, Bishop of Formosa (State of Goiás-Brazil) spoke about the Amazon Synod. Here are some of the most relevant excerpts: Let us pray for our Church in these difficult times. Many people [are] concerned about this Amazon Synod because many voices have proposed topics beyond

Brazilian Bishop Opposes Errors of Amazon Synod

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Most Rev. Antonio Rossi Keller, Bishop of Frederico Westphalen (State of Rio Grande do Sul), has issued on social networks a strong warning against the errors of the Amazon Synod. He stated: “These are difficult times for the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church of Christ. “They are times of betrayal and defection especially by

An Indian at the Pan American Games

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On August 7, 2019, one of the largest Brazilian newspapers, O Estado de São Paulo, published this news: “Yaci is representing the Indians of Brazil at the Pan American Games in Lima.” [1] The article goes on to say that, for the first time in its history, Brazil will have an indigenous athlete in archery.

A Breath of Fresh Air

This past March, a seminar titled “Synod of the Amazon: Contributions from Sustainable Development” was held in Manaus, capital of the State of Amazonas, as we said in a previous article. In attendance was the Environment Secretary of the State of Amazonas, Eduardo Taveira, who moderated a discussion panel with two environmental scientists. After hearing

Has the Church Never Dealt with This Matter?!

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The seminar titled “Synod of the Amazon: Contributions from Sustainable Development” was held in Manaus, capital of the State of Amazonas, between March 7 and 8 with the participation, among others, of His Eminence Cardinal Cláudio Hummes and the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo. In his opening address, His