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Abp. Viganò: ‘This process became strikingly evident in modern times’

Source: Viganò: New Church Is the Real Goal

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Archbishop Viganò breaks silence in extended interview

Source: ‘Corrupt Mafia’ Is Exploiting the Church and the Faithful


“After you released your testimony, Pope Francis made multiple references to “attacks from the devil” — remarks that many interpreted as a reference to yourself. How did it feel to be cited in this manner by your pontiff?
In the Gospel we read: “A disciple is not above his teacher, nor a servant above his master; it is enough for the disciple to be like his teacher, and the servant like his master. If they have called the master of the house Beelzebul, how much more will they malign those of his household” (Mt.10:24-25). I am the servant of my master.”

“Can you provide a description of your daily life?
I answer this question with reluctance, as this puts the focus on me rather than on what is important.
My life has not changed very much. Of course, I have to be more careful about whom I meet and what I say, but I have been blessed with a large family, and many friends who have been supportive. I see them regularly and their closeness is a source of great consolation for me.
Perhaps the biggest change after my first testimony is the incredible outpouring of support that I receive daily from all over the world. There are thousands of Catholics who are praying for me and with me for the conversion of Pope Francis and for the healing of the Church.
All in all, very little has changed. I am doing what I have been doing all my life: Since I have been ordained a priest I have been trying to serve the people of God, in obedience, wherever I was asked to go. I am just a simple person who is trying to do his best, and I have been blessed to receive very good examples from holy and dedicated priests during my whole life.”

“Did you realize, when you released this testimony, that your life would change so drastically? How did you feel during those days in late August 2018 when you were about to cross the Rubicon?
My conscience has always been clear about this: The truth makes us free.”

“Do you pray for the pope?
I have never ceased praying for the pope; I never will.”

“When you decided to act, were you inspired by Saint Thomas More, or by any other historic figure?
I was inspired by Blessed Cardinal Newman who said, “if I am obliged to bring religion into after-dinner toasts, I shall drink — to the pope, if you please — still, to Conscience first, and to the pope afterwards,” and by Saint John Fisher, the sole bishop of the Catholic Church in England who did not bend to Henry VIII. These his words are so appropriate for our time: “The light of good example is extinguished in those who ought to shine as luminaries to the whole world, like watchtowers and beacons on the mountains. No light, alas! comes from them, but horrid darkness and pestilent mischief, by which innumerable souls are falling into destruction.” (Blessed John Fisher, by Rev. T.E. Bridgett, London (1888), p. 435)”


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This week has been a banner week for papal confusion and the shading of reality. A new website compiled by Msgr. Anthony Figueiredo, a former aide to the laicized homosexual molester Ted McCarrick, the former cardinal archbishop of Washington, DC, documents years of correspondence, most of which is quiet at odds with what McCarrick and now (in theory) retired Donald Cardinal Wuerl have said about McCarrick’s eclipsed activities by order of then Pope Benedict XVI.

The link: http://www.TheFigueiredoReport.com.

It all coheres with what Carlo Maria Viganò claimed in his letters.

Pope Francis also told Mexican TV journalist Valentina Alazraki that he didn’t remember—a LOT of things—especially things related to the pervert ex-prelate McCarrick. Quotes:

“I knew nothing, obviously, of McCarrick. Nothing, nothing. I said several times that I didn’t know, that I had no idea. You know that I didn’t know anything about McCarrick; otherwise, I would not have stayed quiet.”

There’s only one problem. He never denied a thing about McCarrick in public. Not once.

In the same TV interview, the Pope responded to the heresy accusations in last month’s Open Letter by telling her that he reacted “with a sense of humour, my daughter.”

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  Pray, pray and pray. Pray for Holy Father and his soul and that he comes clean to the Lord someday if not publicly.

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Correspondence proves Wuerl knew about penalties imposed on homosexual predator

Source: Newly Published McCarrick Letters Vindicate Viganò

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Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò is calling his fellow bishops to taks.

Archbishop Vigano’s message in full:

Full Article:  http://www.courageouspriest.com/archbishop-viganos-latest-letter-to-the-bishops?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=archbishop_vigano_s_latest_letter_to_the_bishops&utm_term=2019-02-21

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Vatican whistleblower voices doubt over commitment to reform

Source: Viganò: No ‘Genuine Willingness’ Among Bishops to End Abuse Crisis

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Article:  https://taylormarshall.com/2018/08/archbishop-carlo-maria-vigano-nuncio-accused-pope-francis-covering-mccarricks-sexual-abuse.html

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