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Pachamama ‘Thieves’ Go Public

And there is more to come.

November 4, 2019  0
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The sensation around the Pachamama idols at the Amazonian Synod generated media coverage around the world, especially when an intrepid group of young Catholic men secretly decided that they had had enough and went into the Church in Rome and took them out — and threw them into the Tiber.

Many people around the world wanted to know who had done this, including the Vatican, which reacted with indignation and called the young fellows "thieves."

Today, one of the leaders of the group, a young Austrian, is going public and has given Church Militant an official on-camera interview.

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