- Christopher White
- Nov 19, 2019
The individual responsible for stealing the “Pachamama” statues from a Roman church last month is currently on tour in the U.S.
The director of Jubilee USA Network wants the pope’s ecological and economic messages from the Amazon Synod to get more attention.
Sister Nathalie Becquart believes Pope Francis is using synods to gradually build consensus and preserve Church unity.
Governors from eight Amazonian states in Brazil and Peru meeting at the Vatican agreed that the Amazon is threatened and called for a “green economy” that would allow people to generate income without destroying the forest.
“Pachamama” has become the new insider Catholic version of “Who am I to judge?”, meaning a single word or phrase which, immediately upon utterance in front of another Catholic, whatever comes across their face will tell you everything you need to know about where he or she stands.
According to Mexican Cardinal Carlos Aguiar Retes no one in Mexico “can claim that they didn’t know how to act” when it comes to clerical sexual abuse.