Indian Tribalism: The Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century (XVIII)

Mons Pedro Casaldáliga

November 30, 1977 | Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira PART III “Aggiornate” Missionary Voices Section X Struggle Against the Whites Rural agitation – real class struggle – is not all that is threatening to arise from the Indian question manipulated by missionary agitators. Behold, the latter also create strife between the Indians and the whites by

Indian Tribalism: The Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century (XV)

November 30, 1977 PART III “Aggiornate” Missionary Voices Section VII Striking At Civilization It is understandable that, deviating so profoundly from Catholic missionary tradition, the “updated” missiologists might formulate serious objections against it, as well as against its glorious corollary, the Church’s civilizing action. 30. The Methods of Anchieta and Nobrega Allegedly Caused the Dissolution