Influential priest under fire for criticism of Pachamama scandal at Vatican

An influential and highly regarded priest has come under fire from a left-leaning American news outlet for comments critical of the honors bestowed upon “Pachamama” in St. Peter’s Basilica and the Traspontina Carmelite Church in Rome during the Amazon Synod.  In a Dec. 5 article for the ‘People’ section of the National Catholic Reporter, Chicago-based

Cardinal Burke: ‘diabolical forces’ entered St. Peter’s Basilica through Pachamama idolatry

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Cardinal Raymond Burke is backing a France-originated call to prayer and reparation on Dec. 12 for the Pachamama idolatry that took place at the Vatican during the Amazon Synod, saying that “diabolical forces” have entered St. Peter’s Basilica that need to be “vanquished.” “Something very grave happened during the special assembly of the Bishops’ Synod

“The Pope Supports the Left. He Is Creating Confusion”

Interview of the Synod Watch Editor with Il Giornale TFP leader Julio Loredo: “The Pope has legitimized Liberation Theology. But the faithful seek tradition.” Liberation Theology is still a problem. Indeed, with the current pontificate, this way of understanding Catholicism has gained space and prominence, as many in the multifaceted, so-called “traditional world” are convinced.

Cardinal Müller warns ‘hundreds of thousands’ will leave Church over Pachamama idolatry

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The Vatican’s former head of doctrine has warned that “hundreds of thousands” of Catholics from the Amazon region will leave the Church as a result of being scandalized by seeing videos of the pagan idol “Pachamama” being worshiped in ceremonies during the recently-concluded Amazon Synod in Rome. Cardinal Gerhard Müller, 71, told Die Tagespost, a

German Bishop: Amazon Synod’s Proposals Have ‘Great Importance’ for Us

Bishop Franz-Josef Bode told the Register that the recent synod’s push for married priests and women deacons ‘complies with our reflections’ for the German Church’s upcoming ‘Synodal Path.’ . The vote at the Synod of Bishops on the Pan-Amazon Region last month to propose ordaining married men — the so-called viri probati — and to

Lecture on Amazon Synod in Vienna

Previous Next A lecture about the Amazon Synod was held in Vienna on October 19. This event, promoted by the Österreichische Gesellschaft zum Schutz von Tradition, Familie und Privateigentum (Austrian Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, TFP), took place after the conference on the same topic promoted by in Rome the Plinio

Bishop Athanasius Schneider: Pachamama was worshiped at Vatican and it wasn’t harmless

On October 4, 2019, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, in the presence of Pope Francis and other high ecclesiastical dignitaries, there was held a ceremony in the Vatican Gardens that was clearly religious in character, as stated in the Vatican press release of October 4, 2019: “During the prayer ceremony, concluding the ‘Season

Pachamama and the Gods of Ancient Greece. The Lesson of Paul in Athens

The synod for the Amazon has been filed away, but the “scandal” that accompanied its unfolding is far from being healed. Generating this “sign of contradiction” was Pope Francis himself, at first on October 4 in the Vatican Gardens, by attending prostrations in front of unidentified objects of worship including a wooden statuette of a

The Indians, a Privileged Class

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Undoing the slanders against the colonization of the Americas In the overseas kingdoms, all are full-fledged citizens This common Catholic mentality meant that the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal did not look upon new possessions as mere colonies or additions, but as parts of themselves: “The basic concept of the Spanish Empire is not what

On the shortage of priests

A statistical analysis of the evolution of the clerical and lay populations of the Church since Vatican II Introduction While the stated main topic of the Amazon Synod is to address the shortage of priests in the Amazon region, it is clear from the Instrumentum Laboris, that unrelated matters are being introduced. These topics such as