How Amazon Synod would abandon Church by changing priesthood

Note: On Oct. 4, 2019, Voice of the Family, a coalition of pro-life and pro-family organizations, hosted a roundtable discussion in Rome to address critical questions for the Church and for the family on the eve of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon region. Below is the full address given by José Antonio Ureta. In

CNA: Priestly celibacy discussed as Amazon synod gets underway

POPE OPENING SESSION SYNOD AMAZON

Some participants at the Vatican’s Synod of Bishops on the Amazon have responded critically to a proposal that the Church ordain married men – so called viri probati – in response to a shortage of priestly vocations in the Amazon region of South America. A source inside the synod told CNA that Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of

Cardinal Burke: Amazon Synod working doc ‘is a direct attack on the Lordship of Christ’

Cardinal Raymond Burke has spoken out against the misuse of the Amazon synodal process, blasting its recent exploitation to change both the doctrine and disciplines of the Catholic Church. The synod is set to take place in Rome this month from the 6-27.  “The fundamental concept of a synod was to call together representatives of

BRAZIL AND CO2 EMISSIONS

What is the contribution of Brazil to the greenhouse effect with emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from fossil fuels into the Earth’s atmosphere? The media accuses Brazil of being one of the great emitters of CO2. We are ranked as the world’s fourth largest CO2 emitter without explaining what is being compared, from what data,

The Amazon Synod’s Bad New Ally: The Brazilian Workers’ Party (PT), Uniting Progressivism and Leftism

Look who is defending the cause of the Amazon Synod – Brazil’s Workers’ Party (PT)! “We are ready to contribute to this very important Assembly, which is being attacked by the Bolsonaro government simply because its theme is that the Amazon is being destroyed and given over to foreign capital. Everyone who supports it deserves

If Schism in the Church Arrives… It will Come from the Left

Maneuvers are on to try and condition the Pope. Saint Peter’s Square puts the brakes on German bishops. Traditionalists and progressives keep pushing A lot is happening in the Vatican, and the whole picture is not easy to understand. In the history of man and institutions, even ecclesiastical ones, there are moments when events keep

Global Warming: A Scheme to Redistribute Wealth

As the “science” behind man-made global warming has been increasingly discredited, the story has changed. Now it’s not about saving the environment but about redistributing wealth, says a leading member of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Ottmar Edenhofer, a co-chair of the IPCC’s Working Group III and a lead author of the

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

News Release: Let the Bishops Speak About Christ at the Amazon Synod, Not the Blending of Religions

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Rome, October 4, 2019 “The Special Synod for the Pan-Amazon Region is an opportunity for a true revival of the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ and should avoid any temptation of religious syncretism.” The Brazilian Institute Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira has issued this appeal to the Synod Fathers, who will gather in Rome from

Cardinal Burke: our task is to announce Christ and defend the Faith

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“The working document for the Amazon Synod is totally unacceptable, we must do everything we can to defend the integrity of the Catholic faith.” “It is also dishonest to present a Synod supposedly for the evangelisation of the Amazon, when the true objective is to revolutionise the whole Church.” These are statements by Cardinal Raymond