Pope Francis The Destroyer Sends Message To Ecclesial Pan-Amazonian Network In Brasilia, Brazil
This was sent by Pope Francis to Pan-Amazonian Network last year just days before the Feast of Our Lady of La Salette on 19 Sept.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a Message to the participants in the meeting of the Ecclesial Pan-Amazonian Network in Brasilia, Brazil, which concludes Friday, Sept. 12. Signed by the Secretary of State of the Holy See, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the message is addressed to Archbishop Pedro Ricardo Barreto Jimeno S.J., of Huancayo, Colombia, who is the president of the Council of Latin American Bishops' Conferences' (CELAM) Department of Justice and Solidarity.
In the Message, the Holy Father expresses his joy at seeing the results of his appeal for the creation of an innovative network dedicated specifically to ecological matters related to the Amazon and his hopes for the outcome of the initiative. Pope Francis goes on to say that the network must find its main sourse of strength in the people who comprise it. “It is not enough to circulate on digital 'paths',” he writes. “It is necessary for this connection to be accompanied by true encounter: we cannot live alone, closed up in ourselves; we need to love and be loved, and we need tenderness. Only in this way can Christian witness, thanks to this network, reach the existential peripheries of humanity, facilitating the work of Christian leaven and bringing progress to the living cultures of Amazonia and their values.”The Pope 'expresses his joy at seeing the results of his appeal for the creation of an innovative network dedicated specifically to ecological matters' meaning that Pope Francis the destroyer is happy that everyone is buying the lie that the increased natural disasters are due to global warming and corporations. Pope Francis is happy that no one is blaming Vatican II, or the stripped and barren new mass or the wicked clergy for the increased natural disasters that we face.He is also happy that no one is saying that God is punishing us for sin.