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Bergoglio Church’s Amazon Synod Propagates Returns to Paganism

The Chilean author José Antonio Ureta of the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute writes that the Instrumentum Laboris, the working paper, for the Amazon Synod shows a strong propensity toward a “…More
The Chilean author José Antonio Ureta of the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute writes that the Instrumentum Laboris, the working paper, for the Amazon Synod shows a strong propensity toward a “deification of nature” which is promoted in UN environmental conferences since at least 1972. This neo-pagan UN agenda is now about to enter the Catholic Church. According to Ureta the Instrumentum Laboris represents a “total opening of the gates of the Magisterium to Indian theology and eco-theology” which includes – quote - “clearly pagan” and “pantheistic elements of belief”.

But the “real earthquake” is according to Ureta contained in Nr. 127 of the Instrumentum Laboris which says that – quote – “it would be opportune to reconsider the notion that the exercise of jurisdiction must be connected in all areas and in a permanent way to the Sacrament of Holy Orders.” Nr. 127 calls therefore into question the essential difference between the common priesthood of the faithful and the ministerial priesthood of clerics which has been affirmed since the First Council of Nicaea. This will lead to a – quote - “dilution" of the Catholic priesthood.

Margaret Petito, president of non-profit Friends of Rule of Law in Ecuador, Inc., said about the Instrumentum Laboris, said that it – quote - “lacks observable, verifiable real-time facts about the large region of the world it pretends to assist.” According to her, it is nonsense to portray the pre-colonial inhabitants of the region as “happy-clappy” people “in harmony with nature.” Quote, “Death was the Incan primary god and all existed as slaves to serve the central state.”

Referring to the Instrumentum Laboris, Damian Thompson writes on Twitter: "This risible document is straight out of some PC Disney animation. “O wise ones, tell us the secrets of the forest.”

Commenting on the Instrumentum Laboris, Steve Skojec concludes on OnePeterFive: "We’re way, way, way past the point in time where we can take anyone seriously who is still trying to offer an orthodox reading on what’s happening. These are not men who are merely misguided; they are destroyers, who have come in hatred of our religion to remake it according to their own designs."
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So Difficult to be Catholic any more. on a positive note the traditional mass seems to be attracting more faithful in Duluth Minnesota.
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All is explained by one word: Enculturation. It changes dogma, morals, and liturgy
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From the film, "Mission": "The devil lives in the forest."
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Damian Thompson compares the Instrumentum Laboris (the working paper for the Amazon Synod) as being straight out of some PC Disney animation. This is called reductio ad absurdum or demonstrating absurdity by being absurd.

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In keeping with the theme of reductio ad absurdum, the following familiar little tune is what comes to mind whenever I hear of some Cardinal, Bishop, Monsig…More
Damian Thompson compares the Instrumentum Laboris (the working paper for the Amazon Synod) as being straight out of some PC Disney animation. This is called reductio ad absurdum or demonstrating absurdity by being absurd.

I like it.

In keeping with the theme of reductio ad absurdum, the following familiar little tune is what comes to mind whenever I hear of some Cardinal, Bishop, Monsignore, run of the mill priest, Rabbi, Jehovah witness, African Shaman, Satanist, Zoo keeper, Hollywood celebrity, politician, abortionist or any other form of human debris making an ad limina visit to HH.
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