Brazil Bishop Goes Pagan –

Multiculturalism gone wild.

Bishop Sérgio Colombo, 64, of Bragança Paulista, Sao Paulo, Brazil, participated in a pagan ritual outside he Bom Jesus church in Vila Bela (January 13).

The performance was organized by the diocesan council for “ecumenism.”

[Bishop] Colombo practiced so called Candomblé, an Afro-Brazilian religion related to Voodo. At the performance with roses and doves (pictured) demons called Orixás are invoked.

One of those demons made him do it? (Sorry)

Another snarky aside:

Apart from traditional paganism, Bishop Colombo hates Tradition. In 2012, he expelled an Old Rite male Carmelite community from his diocese.

Tut, tut. All in a day’s work, apparently.

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  • Margaret R. McCarthy  On 04/03/2019 at 5:31 PM

    Good grief! End times?


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