Bishop Gilberto Alfredo Vizcarra Mori, 59, of Jaén, Peru, a Jesuit, revealed during the October 23 Amazon Synods’ press conference that he spent one month in the Amazonian forest "in preparation of the Synod."
Two-thirds of Peru are part of the Amazon forest. Vizcarra said, “I walked with these people, spoke with this community, and I lived with them.” But, “I didn't go there to teach them.”
Vizcarra was twenty years a "missionary" in Africa. Already before being consecrated a bishop in August 2014, he hung out a month with the Aguaruna Indios in north Peru instead of spending his time in a retreat with God.
The question arises why Vizcarra agreed to become a bishop since it is the special task of a Catholic bishop to teach the Faith according to Christ's word to the Apostles, “Go and teach all nations” (Matthew 28).
So what purpos does a prelate of the Church do ifvvhe won't teach the faith? If you are not going forth spreading the Gospels and to baptize all nations in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost as mandated by GOD, the sole mission of Christ's Church, how are you a Christian, much the less a Priest, or Bishop? Utterly useless and disgraceful worldlings.