Indian Tribalism: The Communist-Missionary Ideal for Brazil in the Twenty-First Century (XX) (Last in this series)

November 30, 1977 | Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira PART III “Aggiornate” Missionary Voices Section XIII To Meddle With Bishop Casaldaliga… The Church could normally heal these evils, but to what extent are they finding a remedy in Her? It is not credible that evils such as these can find a remedy without the intervention of

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

500 Years Ago, Columbus’ Ships Landed in America…

In the celebrations and protests of  the Fifth Centenary, the voice of the Church from the Discovery to our times On the occasion of the fifth centennial of the discovery of the Americas, being celebrated on October 12th, there is growing propaganda against the continent’s missionaries and colonizers. This colossal wave of publicity against the

Will the Upcoming Synod be “Amazonian” or “Masonic”?

The secretive role of the “tucum ring” sect in its preparation After Belgian journalists, Jürgen Mettepenningen and Karim Schelkens revealed, in their biography of Belgian Cardinal Godfried Daneels, the existence of the “Sankt Gallen mafia” – which contributed greatly to the election of Pope Francis – ordinary Catholics became aware of the strength of pressure

From Liberation Theology to Ecofeminist Theology A Revolution Entrenched in the Church (IV)

Feminismo

Ecofeminist Theology Promotes a Profound Sexual Revolution One of the aspects of the new “missiology” that stands out is the complete indifference of its adepts regarding nudity in Amazonian tribes. “It will be difficult to find, among anthropologists and missionaries of all time, someone who tried to live inculturation in an indigenous people in a