Skip to comments.Vatican II Church Meltdown – Day 12 The Viganò Letter Drama… [Catholic Caucus]
Posted on 09/06/2018 9:26:00 PM PDT by Repent and Believe
Developments & Reactions
This post continues our coverage of the ongoing ecclesiastical Chernobyl unleashed by the accusations of the former Vatican nuncio to the United States, Abp. Carlo Viganò, which were first published on Aug. 25 and have the potential not only to bring an end to the Francis pontificate but even to throw the entire Vatican II Sect into unprecedented chaos:
Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 Developments
Prof. Roberto de Mattei says sources have confirmed to him that Pope Francis is currently evaluating the possibility of canonical sanctions to inflict on Abp.
Vigano, seeking advice from Cardinal Coccopalmerio The Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quottidiano claims to know the names on the list of the gay lobby dossier
Benedict XVI gave to Francis in 2013 (Italian) Jesuit Fr. Hans Zollner, member of Francis Commission for the Protection of Minors, says the Vigano Testimony is worth investigating
Andrea Tornielli, perhaps the one Vaticanist who is closest to Francis, accuses Vigano of inaccurate memories and wanting the head of the Pope
More information in English has been published concerning the rumored bombshell dossier on Cardinal Farrell the Vatican supposedly has
The American Spectators George Neumayr has discovered that Cardinal Wuerls security coordinator is the former director of the Secret Service under Barack Obama
Paul Bootkoski, the retired bishop of Metuchen, New Jersey, says that Vigano was mistaken in his recollection of facts regarding abuses committed by Archbishop McCarrick
U.S. President Donald Trump has stated that he thinks Francis is handling the abuse crisis the best anyone can handle it
A group of alumni of Ave Maria University has written to President James Towey telling him that despite his retraction, additional amends must be made
Reactions from Select Blogs and Web Sites
Philosopher Dr. Ed Feser lists five reasons why Archbishop Viganò is almost certainly telling the truth
A Wanderer columnist explains why he has a strong premonition that a major historical crisis for the Church is now very near, one perhaps very comparable to the Protestant revolt and the corruption in the Renaissance Church that preceded it
The editors of Commonweal says that although Viganòs letter is a subjective account of recent church history full of unverifiable claims, nevertheless Francis should do more than respond to those who seek scandal with silence'
The Streams John Zmirak points out that Francis Silence is not Jesus Silence
Tom Droleskey on Another Front in the Conciliar War, Part 5
Responding to Fr. Raymond de Souzas Sep. 4 post, Novus Ordo canon lawyer Ed Peters argues that now it is not the time to turn down the temperature
Philosophy professor Celia Wolf-Devine argues that some people are stoking the hysteria over clerical abuse for their own ends
A look at some newspaper reports on Francis track record on sex abuse as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Cardinal Beniamino Stella says laity must have role in fighting clericalism
Church Militant reports that Cardinal Joseph Bernardin was the first to establish a gay seminarian pipeline from Colombia and other Latin American countries to the United States
The time the current bishop of Scranton, Pennsylvania, was forced to admit in court that his diocese left a known sex abuser in ministry
Interview with Fr. Hans Zollner, President of the Centre for Child Protection at the Gregorian University in Rome and member of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors
Vaticanist Dr. Aldo Maria Valli explains why he fights for the Church
Admitting to mishandling cases of sexual misconduct, Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo, New York, resists resignation: The shepherd does not desert the flock at a difficult time
The Archbishop of Brisbane, Australia, says that the Novus Ordo Sect in the U.S. may have to become a humbler church, a purified church, a church that is able to listen and not just speak
Cardinal Joseph Nighty-Night Tobin of Newark, New Jersey, has returned to Twitter and is already getting roundly mocked
Prior Days Coverage
Days 1-3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9 Day 10 Day 11
In the following satirical video, Pope Francis reveals his innermost thoughts about the Vigano affair:
EWTNs News Nightly broadcast with new information about the Vatican and Cardinal Wuerl:
The saga will continue tomorrow.
This gives me a headache. It is almost as bad as watching the democrats in action.
Seems to me it is Bergoglio and the rest of the Lavender Mafi who are using clericalism to get away with depraved conduct.
Sedevacantists don’t get a lot of support. Maybe we should have had a Pope Siri, but ... as they say ... Francis happens!
Lavender Mafia. Cruddy keyboard.
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