The Amazon Synod wants us to become pagan tribal Indians!
Since the Special Assembly of the Synod for the Pan-Amazon Region to be held in Rome this coming October aims to seek “new paths for the Church and for an integral ecology,” the American TFP is helping its sister organization, the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute, in collecting signatures opposing the threatened internationalization of the Amazon region. It also seeks to prevent the Amazon from becoming “a huge green slum divided into tribal ghettos.”
The petition also warns of issues that could demolish key points of the Catholic Faith, such as the attempt to redefine the priestly ministry by ordaining married Indians and including women in the celebration of liturgies reserved exclusively for priests. Moreover, those responsible for the Synod claim that one should no longer catechize and evangelize the indigenous people but rather assimilate their savage customs and replace the Catholic liturgy with their rituals (read fetish cults).
As Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has denounced, “An ideological vision is emerging [with the Amazon Synod] that has nothing to do with Catholicism. This Synod is a pretext for changing the Church, and the fact it is being held in Rome is meant to underscore the beginning of a new Church.”
Sign and share this petition in support of the more than 20,000 Amazonians who have called for true evangelization and progress. Say NO to internationalization! Say NO to distorting the Sacred Face of the Church!
Sign This Petition
Signature Goal: 7500
Text of the petition in support of the peoples of the Amazon:
We the undersigned unite our voices with those of the more than 20,000 inhabitants of the Amazon visited by the caravan of young volunteers from the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute and sister associations. These residents expressed their gratitude to the missionaries who took to the Good News of Jesus Christ and the benefits of civilization to their remote areas. They want a thriving Christian Amazon, rather than a huge green slum divided into ethnic-cultural ghettos dreamed by post-Marxist anthropologists and liberation theologians.
We join our voices with those of our brothers from the Amazon who, for the sake of this Land of the Holy Cross wish to integrate more and more into the great Brazilian family and reject plans to internationalize the Amazon on the pretext that it is an ecological heritage of humanity.
We also join our voices with those of the high-ranking prelates who have denounced the heresies contained in the preparatory documents for the forthcoming Synod on the Pan-Amazon region, as well as their invitation to apostasy from the Catholic faith and return to paganism in the name of intercultural dialogue.
We ask the Synod to reiterate the traditional discipline of the Latin rite of the Catholic Church, which reserves the priesthood to celibate men, living images of Our Lord Jesus Christ in whose Name they offer the Holy Sacrifice and distribute the sacraments.
May Our Lady Aparecida, Queen and Patroness of Brazil, enlighten you to promote evangelizing action along the lines of the great missionaries of the past such as St. Jose of Anchieta, St. Luis Beltran, St. Francis Solano, St. Toribio de Mogrovejo, St. Peter Claver, and so many others. In so doing, the face of the Church in the Amazon will be purified and mirror the Sacred Face of Our Redeemer, rather than the distorted face of mediatized indigenous leaders who represent but a tiny minority that rejects Christian civilization.