Pan Amazon Synod to Benefit Evangelicals, Repeating Same Error of Medellin Conference

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Most Rev. José Luis Azcona, bishop emeritus of the Marajó Prelature in the Amazon area of Belém do Pará, Brazil, has sounded the alarm: “The Amazon, at least the Brazilian part of it, is no longer Catholic” because it has “a Pentecostal majority” that in some regions “reaches 80%.” The reason? Under the pretext of

The Synod of Great Ruptures

The “new civilization,” dreamed up by the organizers of the Amazon Synod, rejects the city, preferring the jungle; rejects politics, preferring ecology; rejects the law, preferring the primitive situation of indigenous tribes. Cardinal Walter Brandmüller has described the Synod’s working document as “heretical” and “apostate,” and it breaks with the traditional teaching of the Church

Global elites’ myths and lies about Amazon fires burning hot and heavy

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 The fires in the Amazonian rainforest in Brazil could not have been more superbly timed: they burned opportunely at the time of the G7 summit of developed nations in Biarritz, France, and its internationalist, anti-sovereign solutions. The media hype surrounding the scenes of desolation also comes less than two months before the Synod on Amazonia

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

Pan Amazon Synod: From Evangelization to “Intercultural Exodus” (Part 2)

In the previous article we showed how the Church knew how to adapt to the cultures of the peoples she successively evangelized while preserving and improving everything they had of good, beautiful and true, and eliminating everything that was bad, ugly and wrong so as to make flourish a culture at the same time authentically

Pan Amazon Synod: From Evangelization to “Intercultural Exodus” (Part 1)

Kiwxí is the title of a movie[1] issued by the Pan-Amazonian Ecclesial Network to pay homage to Brother Vicente Cañas S.J, a Spanish missionary murdered in 1987 for his intervention in territorial disputes between Indians and newly arrived landowners in the northwest of the state of Mato Grosso in what was then a real Brazilian