Pachamama Drama: Vatican accuses God of violating Seventh Commandment

An opinion piece by Louie Verrecchio from Aka Catholic:

Pachamama DramaAs most readers are likely already aware, a video has been blazing a trail through social media today showing a man removing the infamous Pachamama statues from the Church of Santa Maria del Traspontina and throwing them into the Tiber River. (See our most recent CP&S post)

Reaction has been as one might expect, with those in conservative and traditional circles applauding the gesture an act of heroism, while those to the left decried it as childish, unhelpful and sinful.

The incident was addressed at today’s Vatican press briefing by Prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Communications, Dr. Paolo Ruffini, who weighed-in saying:

Stealing something from a church and throwing it into the river is not a gesture of bravado. We have said that the statues represented life, fertility and Mother Earth and such an act goes against the spirit of dialogue which should animate everybody.

With every passing day it becomes clearer that the institution presently operating out of Rome under the name “Catholic” is anything but; rather, it is an imposter that is merely mimicking the Church of Christ.

You see, Ruffini spoke very well in denouncing those who would grieve the spirit of dialogue as this is the animating principle of the conciliar church for which he speaks; the same spirit that he insists, “should animate everybody.”

The Roman Catholic Church, by contrast, is concerned with her animating principle and so, like St. Paul, exhorts her members not to “grieve not the Holy Spirit of God” (Eph 4:30).

Ruffini’s comments also serve to confirm that the statuettes are not what the defenders of all things Bergoglian still insist that they are, Marian. They are representations of Mother Earth, otherwise known in certain indigenous Amazonian cultures as Pachamama.

Yes, but were they idols?

In short, Hell yes! They were not placed in a museum, but rather before the altar in a church prominently placed near the entrance to St. Peter’s Square.

We’ve considered what the PR staff at Conciliar Church Headquarters had to say about the idols that were flung into the Tiber River this morning. Now, let’s consider what Almighty God had to say about how such things should be treated.

Their graven things thou shalt burn with fire … Destroy all the places in which the nations, that you shall possess, worshipped their gods upon high mountains, and hills, and under every shady tree: Overthrow their altars, and break down their statues, burn their groves with fire, and break their idols in pieces: destroy their names out of those places. (Deuteronomy 7:25, 12:2-3)

Ruffini concluded his remarks on the incident this morning saying, “I don’t know what else to say. It was a theft.”

Fr. Giacomo Costa, S.J., Secretary of the Commission for Information, agreed, saying, “Stealing objects is never constructive.”

If this be so, then we would have to believe that God violated the Seventh Commandment when He ordered the people Israel to overthrow altars, break down statues, break idols...

This, however, is no problem for the Captains of Newchurch in Modernist Rome!

One will recall that the Heretic-in-Chief, Jorge Bergoglio (aka the God of Surprises) has already gone on record as saying that the Divine Law is unjust (see Amoris Laetitia, no. 301), that Almighty God occasionally asks us to break the Sixth Commandment (see Amoris Laetitia, no. 303), and that He was just plain wrong in commanding capital punishment.

Hey, at least these demonic bastards are consistent.

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5 Responses to Pachamama Drama: Vatican accuses God of violating Seventh Commandment

  1. Robert John Bennett says:

    Great essay. But I don’t think the writer is serious with this double negative: The Church “exhorts her members not to ‘grieve not the Holy Spirit of God’.”

    A double negative, of course, is positive in meaning. I don’t think that’s what the writer wants to say.


  2. vrs says:

    In the bergoglian NewSpeak the act against desecration & blasphemy is “stealing”. It’s a pity that such a brave act occurs after several decades of public undermining of the Faith by the Church of the New Advent, e.g. that nobody “stole” the Buddha figure put on the St. Peter’s altar during JP’s “the Great” scandal in Assisi.


  3. johnhenrycn says:

    You pass judgment on St JP2 now that he is dead. Which popes in the last 2000 years were beyond reproach?

    We all know the institution is damaged. Do you maintain it’s beyond repair? If so, why are you still in it. If not, ask what you can do? What ideas do you wish to share with us?

    I have some ideas. A smaller church, a church which doesn’t ask for tax exemptions, a church that doesn’t curry favour with temporal ideas and powers. A church that whips prelates out of its precincts who are corrupt or when they are exposed as sexual monsters.

    I have a prayer I composed in support of those ideas. One thing not in my prayer is that we leave Rome in favour of something else, something that rejects everything after March 2013. Mind you, I wish March 2013 had never happened, but it did and we must deal with it.


  4. That was good Louie! I don’t think it is stealing when those objects have no right to be on church property at all. The church belongs to God not meant to do with as they wish. Therefore if you bring offensive objects into the church of God and do not remove them, be warned that the Guardians of the Church shall remove them for you! It is akin to removing graffiti as far as I’m concerned. Anyway, they know where they have been re-positioned. They are welcome to go find them !


  5. And I must add that My first instinct was that the men should have destroyed them before throwing them in the river


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