Bishop: Amazon Synod final doc will be ‘mockery of our faith,’ pope should destroy it

‘Let’s hope that Pope Francis will destroy the final document,’ Dutch bishop Robert Mutsaerts declared, ‘but hopes are truly slim. Lord, have mercy.’ “Let’s hope that Pope Francis will destroy the final document, but hopes are truly slim. Lord, have mercy.” With these words, the Dutch bishop Robert Mutsaerts voiced his concern over the Amazon

BRAZIL’S PRINCE: AMAZON SYNOD FINAL DOC A ‘PANTHEIST’ CONSPIRACY

Brazil’s Catholic royalty is condemning the Amazon Synod’s final document as an “enormous conspiracy” of emergent pantheism against Catholic tradition, Western civilization and the conservative government of President Jair Bolsonaro.   In a scathing attack, His Imperial Highness Prince Dom Bertrand said that the end product of the synod was not Catholicism, but pantheism seeking “a

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

Cardinal Burke: Pope would be leading a schism if he endorsed errors in Amazon Synod working doc

Cardinal Raymond Burke, one of the Church’s most outspoken defenders of perennial Catholic teaching, suggested that Pope Francis could be leading a “schism” if he were to put his “stamp” of approval on the Amazon Synod’s controversial working document that has been criticized by top-ranking prelates, including Burke, as constituting apostasy, heresy, and “false teaching”.

Key Amazon Synod organizer calls for Pachamama to be ‘integrated’ into Catholic liturgy

A bishop who was a key organizer of the recently concluded Amazon Synod in Rome said in an interview that the pagan “Pachamama” statues that were present throughout the synod should be “integrated” into Catholic liturgy. At an October 30 presentation of his new book, Renewal Now (2019), Bishop Erwin Kräutler commented upon the Amazon

100 priests, lay scholars call Pope Francis to repent for Pachamama idolatry at Amazon Synod

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Previous Next An international group of 100 priests and lay scholars published a statement today to protest the pagan worship of Pachamama that took place last month during the Amazon Synod in Rome with Pope Francis’ active participation and apparent support. They called upon the Pope to “repent publicly and unambiguously of these objectively grave

German bishops’ website overflows with praise for Amazon Synod’s final doc

As expected, German bishops, priests, and laymen have been responding favorably to the Amazon Synod’s final report that called for “ministries” for women, the ordination of married men, and an “Amazonian rite.” Katholisch.de, the news website of the German Bishops’ Conference, is now eagerly publishing many of these supportive statements. Access to priesthood shouldn’t be

Amazon Synod, the Real Stakes

The Amazon Synod is causing irritation and perplexity in countless Catholics, as can be seen in the reaction to the initial working document (Instrumentum laboris), a sort of green proclamation tinged with clear sympathies for the (pagan) habits of Amazonian peoples. The malaise increased with the publication of the list of Synod participants, which includes

THE AMAZON SYNOD IS A SIGN OF THE TIMES

The Synod of the Amazon is a sign of the times. So its Instrumentum laboris says. Who could disagree? And what times these are! Some are saying hopefully that the Synod of the Amazon will change the Church forever, that the Church will never be the same again. Others are saying that the Synod is

Amazon Synod shows good and evil becoming friends in the Vatican

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We now know a bit more about what happened after the pagan ceremony of the “Pago a la tierra” (“Payment to the Earth”) in the Vatican gardens under the pope’s very eyes. The next evening, on Saturday, October 5, the group of “indigenous” Amazonians — wearing feathers, t-shirts, and trendy sports shoes — and their