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Arch. Vigano Asks Pope Francis to Resign

Atila Sinke Guimarães
The case of the punishment of Card. Theodore McCarrick continues in the media headlines. Some days ago Arch. Carlo Vigano, ex-Nuncio of the Vatican to Washington, wrote a very strong testimony revealing a huge Vatican and American network of Prelates covering up for homosexuals and pedophiles.

We have alerted the readers for years about the complicity of Popes, Cardinals and Bishops (here and here) in covering for the clergy who commit these criminal actions. Now this is substantiated by an insider, who shows what has been inaccessible to the public.

The document is so eloquent that the best thing to do is to reproduce it in its entirety so that anyone can read it. Comments seem dispensable at this time.

I only warn my reader about four points:
  1. In 2014, Arch. Vigano, who now tries to appear in public as a hero, was deeply involved in the cover-up of Arch. John Nienstedt, who was accused of homosexuality and having seminarian and priest 'partners.' Vigano shot down a serious investigation that was in motion by two auxiliary Bishops and a lay-contracted company. The report can be read here. If the Prelate wants full credibility, he should first clear up his name in that case.

  2. Vigano accuses Pope Francis of disregarding a previous punishment that Benedict XVI reportedly ordered to Card. McCarrick. However, that punishment was not public; no one besides two Nuncios and a few Vatican officials knew about it. As far as I can tell, the first public reference to it is the present document by Arch. Vigano.

    Further, it was so hazy that even Vigano cannot place with certainty when that punishment was issued. So, the action of Benedict XVI was as weak and discrete as possible, and not the firm, rigorous punishment that Vigano presents in order to favor Pope Ratzinger and intensify Pope Bergoglio's responsibility.

  3. Vigano's report depicts Card. Angelo Sodano and Card. Tarcisio Bertone, the Secretaries of State of John Paul II and Benedict XVI, as guilty of not informing those Pontiffs about the moral corruption in the American Hierarchy. He does not substantiate these accusations with facts. They are just opinions: Vigano does this to try to present those Pontiffs in a good light so that he does not need to delve deeper into analyzing the cause of this moral corruption, which is the Conciliar Revolution.

  4. The following questions are not without interest: Is Vigano acting alone or are others standing behind his denunciation? Who would they be? A faction of the Roman Curia that is fed up with Francis and wants him out of the picture? If so, are we witnessing the second attack – the Dubia being the first – of a public ecclesiastic war?
These are the points I offer the reader to consider while reading the revealing document of Arch. Carlo Vigano, which TIA reproduces below.
Carlo Vigano - Testimony


This document was first published
in National Catholic Register on August 25, 2018

August 27, 2018

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