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Amazon Synod: The Trojan Horse of Liberation Theology

“We have before us a window of opportunity that will allow us

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

Cardinal Barreto: A Surprise (perhaps) Now Explained

The nomination as cardinal of the Most Rev. Pedro Barreto Jimeno, Archbishop of Huancayo, Peru, in May 2018, was a capital surprise. Some compared it to a small atomic bomb. Indeed, Peru has always had only one cardinal, that of
Bishop Edson Taschetto Damian

The Vatican Synod’s Amazon Dream

The Amazon Synod to be held in Rome in October is all focused on “listening”. This word occurs 45 times in the Instrumentum laboris. The Synod itself is understood as “a process of synodal listening”, a “privileged instrument of listening”,