Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Pagan rituals used in Catholic bishop's consecration

The consecration of San Marcos de Arica Bishop Moisés Atisha, 51, Chile, in January 2015 included worshipping Inca idols like Pachamama (earth), Tata Inti (sun) and Malkus (mountain spirits).

A carpet with coca leaves, seeds and bottles served as “altar”. Many bishops participated in the pagan ritual in chasubles and miter.

Among them was the Apostolic Nuncio to Chile, Archbishop Ivo Scapolo, who is now Nuncio to Portugal.

Also present was modernist Santiago Cardinal Ezzati, 78, whom Francis first left in place but then abandoned in March 2019 due to the abuse hoax.

Source (with photos)

Unbelievable. The Catholic Church is rapidly sliding into open apostasy. 


Deacon Nicholas said...

We Orthodox need to be ready for refugees and treat them with compassion. I'm working with two RCs who have had it and want to come over.

The Anti-Gnostic said...

Ecclesia is downstream from culture. It takes a very strong hierarch to catch that tiger by the tail and ride it, and we don't really make churchmen like that any more.