Faithful say goodbye to Casaldáliga in Brazil | Society | America Edition

Dozens of believers began arriving in the early hours of Sunday in Batatais (southeastern Brazil) to accompany the body of the Spanish Pere Casaldáliga, known as the “Bishop of the people” for his tireless struggle in favor of the indigenous and the least favored, in the first goodbye that will be done to you in your adopted country.

The Catalan religious was a revolutionary defender of human rights and one of the promoters of Liberation Theology, in vogue in the 60s and 70s in Latin America and which generated controversy in the Roman Curia for his social postulates close to Marxism.

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