Over a year ago, the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute (IPCO) and its sister organizations, the Societies for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP), present in more than 30 countries, launched the campaign Pan-Amazon Synod Watch.
Since Pope Francis ascended to the papal throne, the old and already condemned Liberation Theology again raised its head, this time behind the mask of ecology, promoting Indigenist Theology.
A progressive media outlet recognized that the Pan-Amazon Synod Watch was a real “hub of resistance,” and called Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira the ‘godfather’ of resistance to the Amazon Synod. The Synod’s aftermath saw a cunning metamorphosis that became patent with the Apostolic Exhortation Querida Amazonia, frustrating the hopes of many in the Catholic left.
Progressives have now joined other radical ecological currents proposing to solve the coronavirus health emergency as if it were a “global ecological emergency.”
Conversely, Catholics faithful to the traditional teachings of the Church believe that this global health emergency is perhaps Our Lady’s last call for humanity to repent of their sins, make reparation, and return to God. Our Lady’s message to the world through the three shepherd children at Fatima provides the proper theological and spiritual framework to understand current events from a supernatural perspective.
That is why we have launched the campaign Fatima Today: Tragedy and Hope, and invite you to join us. Our goal is to oppose the flawed, materialistic interpretations of the pandemic, and work once again as a “hub of resistance” to both despondent pessimism and utopian secular “solutions” that ignore God and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Join us, spread the word, and pray especially for this new crusade in defense of Christian Civilization. May Our Lady of Fatima help us!
Pan-Amazon Synod Watch