“Nothing Great Is Done Suddenly”

The ceremony held in the Vatican gardens in the presence of Pope Francis, in which a naked and pregnant woman was venerated, with ritual dances typical of the pagan Amazonian peoples, had a huge worldwide impact. No wonder. How should the faithful understand such religious syncretism? How can one understand Pope Francis’ approval of all

The Pope and the statuettes: a surreal situation

Speaking off the cuff to the Synod Fathers, the Pope asked for forgiveness for the pagan statuettes being thrown into the Tiber. However, the police have recovered them and on Sunday they may be exposed during the concluding Mass for the Synod on the Amazon. An incredible epilogue which signals a disaster for the Vatican

Would the Synod Approve the Nazi Resurrection of Pagan Gods?

The Amazon Synod is fraught with contradictions. The Synod Fathers discuss the Amazon while at the same time vetoing the participation of representatives of the Bolsonaro government. They claim that riverside populations lack religious assistance while forgetting that, in the country’s cities, millions are waiting to hear the preaching of the Gospel. Today, I want

Amazon Synod participants must stop pretending pagan ‘Pachamama’ is OK

Quite a lot of what is happening at the Synod on the Amazon right now in Rome is shrouded in mystery, since the press is not being allowed to see the texts of synod addresses — even those of Pope Francis. We are left to contemplate the outward spectacle, which started with a strange tree-planting

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

Inhuman Ecologism, the Nazi Forerunner of “Deep Ecology”

“Be human!” is the slogan the media recently spread in an attempt to relaunch a “new humanism” proposed by well-known exponents of the cultural and political worlds, including the Christian sphere. The new president of the European Commission was perhaps alluding to it as she recalled the need to recover the original culture and “lifestyle”

Global Warming: Science versus Fraud

We keep hearing that the threat of global warming is supported by an overwhelming consensus of scientists. Who are these scientists? The media never tells us. They talk about 2,500 scientists endorsing the warming claims of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) but never mention the fraud in those claims (See http://www.amlibpub.com/liberty_blog/2007/02/ipcc-global-warming-report.html). Nor do they

Indigenism, the New Face of Communism

Mons. Tomás Balduino

“We are converting to other religious forms.” (Father Diego Irarrázabal, CSC) How to explain the unexplainable? Or how to explain the idyllic praise of the indigenous cultures of America, including by churchmen, almost as if the Indians are conceived without original sin? For example, the 8th Inter-Church Meeting of Basic Christian Communities of Brazil, attended

Hermes Rodrigues Nery: “Let the Vatican Not Allow Globalism to Occupy the Amazon”

Pro-life professor: “The October Synod risks encouraging the challenge to Brazil and self-management for indigenous peoples.” “The Triple-A corridor or Anaconda Corridor is a prelude for the internationalization of the Amazon, putting at risk the sovereignty of local States and particularly Brazil. As Brazilian Catholics we would like an unequivocal explanation and precise statement that

Amazon Tribal Chief Concerned Synod Will Promote Ideology of Primitivism

Jonas Marcolino Macuxí, the chief of the Macuxi tribe, asserted promotion of ‘primitivism’ has brought conflict to the region since the 1970s. An Amazon tribal chief told a Rome conference on Saturday that a “dictatorship” of missionary workers teaching liberation theology has sought to prevent development in the region, thus keeping indigenous people in poverty