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Is The Vatican Slowly Appealing To Communism?


The Vatican is an interesting place full of intrigue and closely guarded secrets.

However, it’s no secret that the Catholic faith is officially against the teachings of Communism, or at least it has been up until now…..

Recent reports indicate that Caritas Internationalis—a Vatican based group and CIDSE, are engaged in spreading Communism, and Communist propaganda.

There were also some interesting reports which surfaced late last year alleging that the Vatican was working closely with Chinese Communist Party officials to appoint Bishops together in China.

Could it be that Vatican officials are trying to appease CCP officials by spreading some of their Communist propaganda?

Here are some of the pro-Communist posts from these groups:

Lifesite had a very in-depth analysis of the groups and their pro-Communist stance:

Caritas Internationalis is the Vatican-run umbrella organization for more than 160 Catholic-run aid and development agencies found on every continent in the world. These agencies include Catholic Charities USA, Catholic Relief Services, Development and Peace, CAFOD, TROCAIR, and many others that bear the name Caritas. The stated mission of Caritas Internationalis is:

“to serve the poor and to promote charity and justice throughout the world.”

Its sister organization is called CIDSE, which is a French acronym for “Coopération Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité” which can be translated as International Cooperation for Development and Solidarity. Its 18 members include organizations like CAFOD, CORDAID, Development and Peace, and TROCAIR.

Fox News reports that Vatican officials were working with CCP officials to appoint Catholic Bishops in China:

While the precise terms of the two-year-old agreement are undisclosed, observers say the pope and Beijing will share jurisdiction in the appointment of bishops.

“The first agreement, signed in 2018, was intended to be experimental, but its results have been grim. In the past two years alone, the Chinese government has raided church services, imprisoned non-compliant priests and removed crosses from churches,”


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