An article on Ratzinger’s comments about how Christianity and European priests “purified” the indigenous people of what is today called South America

So I wrote a post a few days ago about how Ratzinger (known by some as Pope Benedict XVI) said that the indigenous people of what is today called South America were “silently longing” for Christianity and had welcomed the arrival of European priests who “purified” them. There is a good article here on CounterPunch about it – Ask Pope Benedict When Does Genocide Purify? by Adam Jones. (When you go to the link, scroll down a bit to see the article.)

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2 Responses to An article on Ratzinger’s comments about how Christianity and European priests “purified” the indigenous people of what is today called South America

  1. Teresa Doyle says:

    Given that Ratzinger was a Nazi, purification is of high importance.

    You know, they got rid of the homosexuals in Ratzinger’s Nazi Germany.

    And look what the Catholic Church is doing to that population now.

  2. Teresa Doyle says:

    Given that Ratzinger was a Nazi, purification is of high importance.

    You know, they got rid of the homosexuals in Ratzinger’s Nazi Germany.

    And look what the Catholic Church is doing to that population now especially in Madison Wisconsin with Bishop Morlino using it so he can get notice from Rome.

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