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Blood-Money Causes "Heated Discussions" in Amazon Synod Hall

In the evening of October 17, there were “heated discussions" (Edward Pentin on Twitter) in the Synod hall after Pentin had mentioned during the Synod’s press conference that the pro-abortion and pro-homosex Ford Foundation (assets: $12.5 billion) funded the Brazilian Bishops' Missionary Council for Indigenous Peoples (CIMI) with about $2 million since 2006.

CIMI was founded by the Austrian-born Bishop Erwin Kräutler who considers baptism a symbol of colonialism. It is part of the Pan-Amazon Ecclesial Network (REPAM), the chief organiser of the Synod.

CIMI's head, Archbishop Roque Paloschi of Porto Velho, Brazil, did not deny at the presser that the CIMI had received the money from the Ford Foundation.

However, he dodged Pentin's question whether the money was used for the Amazon Synod.

Picture: Roque Paloschi of Porto Velho, © Daniel Cima, CC BY, #newsYzcxewgcva

Tesa
US Bishop Denounces the scandal
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You mean the blood money steals from Peter's Pence to buy homoheretics party pads around the world?
St Michael the Archangel defend us in battle
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Lalanz
This guy looks like a mason
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Dr Bobus
If by plot you are referring to International organizations whose money is intended to encourage abortion and contraception, the answer is an obvious yes. Btw. those organizations include the US and EU governments.

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The current situation, especially since the early 70s, proves that the Jesuit John Courtney Murray was wrong. He thought that secular governments would be neutral -- thus no …More
If by plot you are referring to International organizations whose money is intended to encourage abortion and contraception, the answer is an obvious yes. Btw. those organizations include the US and EU governments.

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The current situation, especially since the early 70s, proves that the Jesuit John Courtney Murray was wrong. He thought that secular governments would be neutral -- thus no threat to the Church
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Eva
Ivereigh is not to be trusted in his interpretatinos (even that Küster said it), but what if there is a plot?
No, there is a plot. I can't even see how it is up for debate.
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