Bolivian president: Catholic Church ‘main enemy’
February 05, 2009
Calling the Catholic Church his “main enemy,” Bolivian President Evo Morales told a meeting of leftist organization that “in Bolivia new enemies have appeared, not only now in the right-wing media but also in groups from the Catholic Church, the leaders of the Catholic Church who are the enemies of peaceful transformation.” He added, “I want to say to you what we hear shouted all the time: ‘Another world is possible,’ I want to tell you another faith, another religion, another church is also possible, brothers and sisters.”
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