Man Who Threw Pachamama Idols Into Tiber River Speaks OutChris Menahan
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One of the Catholic men who seized several pagan statues out of a Church in Rome which were allegedly blessed by the Pope as part of a bizarre global warming ritual and threw them into a river revealed himself on Monday and explained his decision.
From LifeSite, "Man Who Tossed Pachamama in Tiber Explains Why It Was 'Right Decision' in New Video":
The man who threw the Pachamama statuettes into the Tiber during the Amazonian Synod last month is back with a new video to answer Catholics’ questions.
[...] Tschugguel called tradition the first “backbone of the Church” and said it shows us how we used to understand the Word of God. He also encouraged viewers to understand what their home cultures, their artistic and folk heritage, are about and find God’s plan behind them.Tschugguel gave lengthy interviews to Dr Taylor Marshall and LifeSite:
The outpouring of support Tschugguel has received has been remarkable.
More from LifeSite on Monday:
A Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Mexico City burned effigies of the pagan “Pachamama” statues while leading the faithful in prayer to atone for the sin of worshiping the statues at the Vatican during the recently concluded Amazon Synod.WATCH:
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