Argentine Archbishop Slams Synod for Contradicting Church Tradition, Pushing ‘Globalist Agenda’

Argentine Archbishop Hector Aguer has likened the Synod on Synodality to the “globalist Agenda 2030” of the U.N. and the Protestant schism. 

Aguer is the Archbishop Emeritus of La Plata in Argentina. He was succeeded in 2018 by the highly controversial new head of the Dicastery (formerly Congregation) for the Doctrine of the Faith, Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernandez. 

In a letter published by Rorate Caeli, Aguer criticized the new working document, or Instrumentum Laboris (IL), of the Synod on Synodality, which highlights the need “to welcome those who feel excluded from the Church because of their status or sexuality.” 

Aguer said that “the synodal Church formulates a progressive gloss on the Gospel.” 

“The Instrumentum Laboris sets out how to ecclesially assume the globalist Agenda 2030,” he stated. “It is admirable how the pontifical monarchy makes the ‘synodal democracy’ say just what it wants this ‘democracy’ to say. It is something like throwing a stone and hiding the hand.” 

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