VIDEO: Catholics Seize Pagan Statues 'Blessed By Pope' And Throw Them Into A River

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Oct. 22, 2019

Viral video shows two Catholics entering a church in Rome, seizing several pagan statues which were allegedly blessed by the Pope as part of a bizarre global warming ritual and throwing them into a river.

WATCH:



From LifeSite, Oct 21, "Controversial Amazon Synod statues seized and thrown into the Tiber River":
In this dramatic video, titled "the journey of the Pachamamas," at least two persons enter Santa Maria in Traspontina Church near St. Peter's Basilica in Rome (apparently in the early morning hours), remove several replicas of the controversial carved statue of an unclothed pregnant female from the side altars where they had been displayed, proceed to the Castel Sant'Angelo and greet St. Michael the Archangel, before chucking the statues into the Tiber River.

[...] The men behind the action have issued a statement, saying:

"This was done for only one reason: Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, his Blessed Mother, and everybody who follows Christ, are being attacked by members of our own Church. We do not accept this! We do not longer stay silent! We start to act NOW!

Because we love humanity, we cannot accept that people of a certain region should not get baptized and therefore are being denied entrance into heaven. It is our duty to follow the words of God, like our holy Mother did. There is not second way of salvation.

Christus vincit, Christus regnat, Christus imperat!"
Epic.



This was the original video in lower quality:



From LifeSite, Oct 21, "Priest defends removing ‘pagan' statues from Rome church: Jesus drove money-changers from temple":
Catholic priest and apologist Fr. Mark Goring compared this morning's removal and casting into the Tiber River of several replicas of a controversial naked statue, said to be Amazonian fertility goddess "Pachamama," to the Gospel story of Jesus Christ, who made a whip of cords and angrily cast out the money-changers from the Temple and accused them of turning the holy place into a "den of thieves."
[...] While Fr. Goring said that other religions and their sacred places should be respected, he expressed surprise that the statues had remained on display before an altar of the historic church for as long as they did. Quoting the Gospel of John, the priest recalled the story of the cleansing of the Temple by Jesus Christ, who made a whip of cords and drove the money changers out.

"‘Stop making my Father's house a marketplace,'" Fr. Goring quoted, "‘His disciples recalled the words of Scripture: Zeal for your house will consume me.'"

The statues first appeared at an October 4 ceremony at the inauguration of the current Amazon Synod, where Amazonian indigenous and at least one Franciscan bowed to them as Pope Francis and cardinals looked on.
The statues were used as part of what appeared to be a bizarre global warming ritual carried out in the Vatican gardens.



The Catholic News Agency reported earlier this month:
One of the statues was presented to Pope Francis, by a woman who referred to it as "Our Lady of the Amazon." The pope blessed the statue.
In September, the Pope unveiled a statue honoring "refugees" from Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz which depicts "indigenous peoples to Jews escaping Nazi Germany to Syrians and Africans fleeing war and famine today," CruxNow reported.

Mary, Joseph and Jesus are also reportedly "hidden" among the 140 figures "from different cultures and from different times in history."



Many prominent Catholic clergymen and scholars formally accused the Pope of a long list of heresies in an open letter in April.

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