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In light of the pope’s high regard for Greta Thunberg and Pachamama, here’s a collection of placards that I’ve created in an appropriate font. This is my favorite, to give a flavor of the selections. Preview Open
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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.