Catholicism

Down with Pachamama!

If you have not seen these videos yet of two courageous men taking the false idol known as Pachamama and throwing them into the Tiber River, I would encourage you to watch them ASAP. Please either share this post or share the videos themselves on your social media sites.

This graven image, which I first heard about on October 4 during a tree-planting ceremony in the Vatican Gardens with the Holy Father present, is an abomination to our Catholic faith. It’s a disgrace that this image and others like it have been permitted to have a place in churches around Rome, including Saint Peter’s Basilica. Down with Pachamama!

As Catholics, following the example of the two men in the videos, we must fight this nonsense, reject this image and the Amazon Synod in its entirety.  This synod is seeking to destroy the Church from within, much like many of the early church heresies tried to do. There are countless places where you can read about the atrocities being suggested at this synod, however, I would suggest reading Dr. Taylor Marshall and Church Militant.

When you thought things couldn’t get any worse, this information about the Ford Foundation funding groups at the Amazon Synod comes to light. Of course, the talking heads at the Vatican dismissed this news, but it doesn’t take a Ph.D. in Theology to see what they are trying to do to our Church.

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Let us invoke the intercession of Elijah, St. Boniface, and St. Benedict, who destroyed pagan idols. 

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2 replies »

  1. Thank you… I have seen some of the news articles… so sad!

    Sr. John Paul, O.P.

    “Freedom has to continually to be won, it cannot merely be possessed. It comes as a gift but can only be kept with a struggle.” – Karol Wojtyla, “Thinking My Country” (1974).

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  2. Thank you for mentioning Church Militant to find out what is really going on with the Amazon Synod. Their reporting leading up to and during the Synod has been excellent and eye-opening.

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