‘As if to insist on the point, Jesus told the disciples once more: Peace be with you! We are called to make our own this inspired and prophetic message of peace and proclaim it before the world.’
This national event that took place autonomously in the aftermath of Vatican II and which is compared by commentators to the German Synodal Path is considered to have been a catalyst for the massive de-Christianization of the country in recent decades.
Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio introduced the legislation on Tuesday.
Bishop José Ignacio Munilla explained that “since there were many complaints, the reference was later qualified. The logos have been removed, and the qualification was made that we adhere to Agenda 2030 ‘as it is interpreted according to the Catholic Church.’”
According to the account, a former student of Don Bosco named Alessandro Dasso showed up at the gatehouse in late June 1880 asking to speak to the priest...
The bill was passed nearly along party lines, with Republicans supporting it and Democrats opposing it. The new legislation was signed into law by Gov. Spencer Cox.
The bishops also stress that the synodal process is not ‘the solution to the problems that the Church has’ but ‘a gift of the Holy Spirit’ that requires ‘continuous personal conversion.’
‘May the world acknowledge the catastrophic things that were done over the centuries to the detriment of the local peoples, and not forget this country and this continent.’