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Overturning Two Thousand Years of Pastoral Work

The Church evangelizes by civilizing and civilizes by evangelizing. In the Church’s
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Environmental Psychosis and the New Socialism

The fires that occurred in the Brazilian Amazon region this week attest to the rise of a new world psychosis: environmentalism. And as a solution to this new disease, a universal prescription: stop human growth and development. Let us consider

Amazon Synod: The Trojan Horse of Liberation Theology

“We have before us a window of opportunity that will allow us to move forward. We must not propose Liberation Theology. It scares many people. We need to talk about socio-environmental issues instead. Along this line, among the signs of

A Marxist Saint? The Brazilian Bishops’ Strange Proposal for the Synod

On the eve of the Pan Amazon Synod, two hundred Brazilian bishops have signed a letter asking Pope Francis to recognize Ezechiele Ramin, an Italian Comboni missionary, as a martyr. Ramin died in an ambush in 1985 while involved in

Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira’s Bitter Satisfaction of Having Foreseen it All

Until a few years ago, if someone had spoken of indigenous tribalism as a solution to the crisis of the modern world, he would have been laughed at and considered a lunatic. And if someone mentioned a tribalization of the