Gus talks about the "Great Pachamama Controversy," which took place in Rome over the weekend in the midst of the Amazon Synod. At the beginning of the Synod, several pieces of art were processed into St. Peter's Basilica, including several abstract wooden figurines that depicted a naked pregnant woman. It was unclear who she represented, but several speculated that it was a representation of "Pachimama," a fertility goddess who has been worshiped in the Amazon region, although nobody at the Vatican has confirmed it. A few days ago, two particularly offended men walked into the Church of Santa Maria in Transpontina, where they were on display, commandeered them and tossed them into the Tiber River. While they did this, they filmed the theft and posted it on YouTube. It has received plenty of positive feedback. Gus asks listeners if something like this is justified or not.