Secret Vatican letter to bishops: Pope’s final doc on Amazon Synod coming within a month

The Apostolic Exhortation is to have the same name as the preparatory document for the Synod: ‘New Paths for the Church and for an Integral Ecology.’ The Pope wants to publish a final document on the Amazon Synod by early February, if not the end of January, according to a confidential Vatican letter sent to

PACHAMAMA INVOCATION AT VATICAN CHRISTMAS CONCERT

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Catholics are outraged over the re-appearance of “Pachamama” in the Vatican at a Christmas concert sponsored by the Holy See’s Congregation for Catholic Education.  The Mother Earth goddess was invoked by a Latin American woman before an audience of 5,000, while two million watched on television in Italy and around the world on Christmas Eve and the afternoon of Christmas day.

Bishop Athanasius Schneider: Pachamama was worshiped at Vatican and it wasn’t harmless

On October 4, 2019, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, in the presence of Pope Francis and other high ecclesiastical dignitaries, there was held a ceremony in the Vatican Gardens that was clearly religious in character, as stated in the Vatican press release of October 4, 2019: “During the prayer ceremony, concluding the ‘Season

Catholic priest burns ‘satanic’ Pachamama effigy in reparation for idolatry at Vatican

A Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Mexico City burned effigies of the pagan “Pachamama” statues while leading the faithful in prayer to atone for the sin of worshiping the statues at the Vatican during the recently concluded Amazon Synod. Video of the event captured Fr. Hugo Valdemar standing outside a Church dedicated to Our

The Pope and the statuettes: a surreal situation

Speaking off the cuff to the Synod Fathers, the Pope asked for forgiveness for the pagan statuettes being thrown into the Tiber. However, the police have recovered them and on Sunday they may be exposed during the concluding Mass for the Synod on the Amazon. An incredible epilogue which signals a disaster for the Vatican

Tribal Rites within Vatican Walls. Outside, People Pray, Bewildered

At the opening of the Synod in the Vatican gardens, embarrassing tribal rites for “Mother Earth” are celebrated under the eyes of the Pope. Meanwhile, the faithful outside, amid conferences, public prayers, and testimonies countering claims about the Amazon, wonder about what is going on. For many Catholics, the last few days of the past

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

Swiss Bishop: It is not conceivable that in the Vatican Gardens people fell on their faces in front of Pachamama

“The Pachamama is not the Virgin Mary, the Mother of the Church. It is not conceivable that in the Vatican Gardens people fell on their faces in front of her, that she stands everywhere in prominent places and is being carried around, where it would be better to honor and display the miraculous image of

‘Symbol of life’ or ‘Pachamama’: Vatican and REPAM synod organizers divided on identity of mysterious statue?

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Previous Next The precise identity of the mysterious carved female statue used in a ceremony in the Vatican Gardens is still unknown as the Vatican insists it signifies “fertility and life,” while volunteers where the statue is on display describe it as “Mother Earth” and “Pachamama.”  In response to a question from LifeSite at Friday’s

AMAZON SYNOD’S STATIONS OF THE CROSS FUSE POLITICS AND PAGANISM WITH PIETY

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VATICAN (ChurchMilitant.com) – Indigenous rituals and political protest merged with the popular devotion of the Stations of the Cross Saturday morning in Rome. Over 250 delegates at the Amazon Synod took part in the procession, with banners and signs marking what they deem the pain and injustice felt by the indigenous peoples of the Amazon. Bishops, priests,