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Taylor Marshall & Biggest Catholic Commentator Kuster: Francis's Pachamama is "Mocking" Catholic Church?

Today, Taylor Marshall, on his YouTube channel, interviewed Brazilian journalist Bernardo Kuster who is the biggest Catholic commentator in the world with 795,000 YouTube subscribers.

In the interview, Kuster apparently said Francis was "mocking" the Catholic Church when he stood in front of a Pachamama boat that was placed by his approval "just above St. Peter's tomb":

"[Kuster said:] The place the [Pachamama] boat is standing is just above St. Peter's tomb. We call the [Catholic] Church the Ship of Peter and there was the boat of Pachamama just above him. That is mocking. That is mocking. [Marshall interjected:] It is mocking..."

"... [Marshall said:] On the boat, it says Papa Francesco [Pope Francis]. It is almost like this is saying, there is the Ship of Peter and there is the ship of Francis. Who is in it? The idol Pachamama."
(Dr. Taylor Marshall Channel, "Brazil and Infiltration of Amazon Synod w Bernardo Kuster, October 31, 2019, 50:10-50:20 and 52:46-53:10)

Comments

Aqua said…
Be not deceived. God is not mocked. Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall reap corruption, but he that soweth to the spirit shall reap life everlasting, (Gal 6:7,8).

The grim reaper waits to harvest this life to eternal judgement, where all our deeds will stand exposed before Jesus Christ the King. Jorgé Bergóglio faces the scythe of death like us all and God will judge him for what he did. God, our Terrible Judge, will not be mocked there.

Those who follow Jorgé to that grim destiny were reprobates already. Repent, while there is still time. Do not follow this evil man. Jesus wants to forgive you but the time grows short.

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