Tag: Amazon Synod

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In a previous post, I characterized the currently ongoing Amazonian Synod as “one of the more bizarre (and potentially very destructive) events of the Francis pontificate.” Little did I know of the horrors that were about to occur when I wrote that.

On Friday, October 4, to get the festivities rolling, a “tree-planting” ceremony took place in the Vatican Gardens to consecrate the synod to St. Francis of Assisi. But what we got was a pagan ritual centered around the now infamous Pachamama.

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Yet another shocking allegation has emerged this morning (Wednesday, October 9th) in the midst of the already troublesome and disturbing Amazon Synod at the Vatican where, at the pope’s invitation, he had a front-row seat to witness indigenous Amazonians bowing and chanting before false idols in the Vatican gardens. The pagan celebration extended into St. […]

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