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November 14, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Alexander Tschugguel, the young Catholic man who tossed the Pachamama statues into the Tiber River during the Amazon Synod, will join us TONIGHT for an exclusive LifeSite Q&A session on the newly launched LifeSite Connect social app.  

You have the chance to ask him questions and to hear from him directly. Join us tonight, November 14 at 7:30 p.m. EST via live stream on LifeSite Connect. 

Download the LifeSite Connect app today! 

Tschugguel, 26, is from Vienna, Austria. In a recent interview with John-Henry Westen, he said he was motivated by the desire to “bring pagan things out of the Catholic Church.”  

Multiple high-ranking Churchmen have praised Tschugguel, including Cardinal Burke and Archbishop ViganòBishop Schneider also praised Tschugguel, saying, “The gestures of these Christian men will be recorded in the annals of Church history as a heroic act which brought glory to the Christian name.”

Don’t miss this chance to ask questions of this brave warrior for the faith!  

To access the Livestream first download the app.

From the app, select the menu bar at the top left: 


Next, select Livestream in the menu:


Then you're all set!


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