The Church of the Holy Apostles, located in the Brazilian state of São Paulo, has been the focus of much debate.
The church, which was founded in 1617, has long been controversial and controversial, with many claiming that it is a cult and the head of a religious organisation.
In a statement released this week, the church said the accusations were untrue and that its beliefs and practices are very modern.
The statement said the church has always been open and welcoming and welcomes all who have any kind of interest in our religion, as well as those who are new to our faith.
The church said it has always had an open and open culture of dialogue, and we hope that everyone who has ever been invited to join our community will be able to find peace and happiness.
More to come.