Friday, September 28, 2018

Archbishop Viganò Again Testifies that Pope Francis Was Informed about McCarrick's Sexual Predation

Ya think told the Holy Father will go another round of slanderous homilies accusing him of being a devil?
Now, the pope’s reply to my testimony was: “I will not say a word!” But then, contradicting himself, he has compared his silence to that of Jesus in Nazareth and before Pilate, and compared me to the great accuser, Satan, who sows scandal and division in the Church — though without ever uttering my name. 
If he had said: “Viganò lied,” he would have challenged my credibility while trying to affirm his own. In so doing he would have intensified the demand of the people of God and the world for the documentation needed to determine who has told the truth. Instead, he put in place a subtle slander against me — slander being an offense he has often compared to the gravity of murder. Indeed, he did it repeatedly, in the context of the celebration of the most Holy Sacrament, the Eucharist, where he runs no risk of being challenged by journalists. 
When he did speak to journalists, he asked them to exercise their professional maturity and draw their own conclusions. But how can journalists discover and know the truth if those directly involved with a matter refuse to answer any questions or to release any documents? 
The pope’s unwillingness to respond to my charges and his deafness to the appeals by the faithful for accountability are hardly consistent with his calls for transparency and bridge building. Moreover, the pope’s cover-up of McCarrick was clearly not an isolated mistake. Many more instances have recently been documented in the press, showing that Pope Francis has defended homosexual clergy who committed serious sexual abuses against minors or adults. These include his role in the case of Fr. Julio Grassi in Buenos Aires, his reinstatement of Fr. Mauro Inzoli after Pope Benedict had removed him from ministry (until he went to prison, at which point Pope Francis laicized him), and his halting of the investigation of sex abuse allegations against Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor.
I'm sure you won't find this surprising, but I've had several very faithful Catholic friends over the last 20 years who think I've not always been fair in criticizing heresy or spiritual malpractice of that priest or bishop. A few of them have never said anything critical of a priest or bishop. Never.

 Like me, at first, they were reluctant to admit Pope Francis is a menace to the Church and salvation. But, every single one of them have expressed their observation of Pope Francis destruction and lies. For the first time in 20 years, they routinely initiate communications with me with links to the latest scandal and acknowledge the demonic properties.

 I know a lot of Catholics. All routinely share stories about how the treachery in Rome affected relatives and friends understanding of sin. I used to think if they really understood the reasons we are all so fed up, the tangible damage to people we love, they wouldn't act this way. They would realize why their old tricks are not going to work anymore. We are watching our relatives get robbed of entry into Heaven and are coming to terms with the reality Pope Francis and his cronies just don't give a flying pig about any of us. That rift with the gypsies, tramps and thieves in the Holy See is irreparable.

 I'm starting to wonder what will happen when Pope Francis is dead and gone. Do you think the lavender mafia will persuade the episcopal morons they were able to hoodwink in the last election and get more time and power? Pope Francis is stacking the see with the mafia, so it is possible and even likely.

 I continue to hold out hope that if we make it ugly enough, if we tar and feather them, if we publicly expose that we see what they're doing and God sees it too, there is a spark of truth left in their filthy minds and souls. All it takes is a spark. 

Much work is ahead of us making them miserable.  LOL.

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