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Sorondo gives Communion to Fernandez & concubineOn January 31, 2020, Archbishop Sanchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, celebrated a Mass in a chapel close to St. Peter's bones in the Vatican Basilica basement.
Present were Alberto Fernandez, President of Argentina, with his concubine, Fabiola Yañez. Fernandez married his wife Marcela Luchetti in 1993, and divorced her in 2005; he lived with lover Vilma Ibarra from 2005 to 2014; since then he has been living with his present-day lover Yañez.
Fernandez was elected President recently thanks to political maneuvers that included a recommendation from Pope Francis. His recent visit to the Vatican assumes, therefore, the character of a thank-you. The new Argentina President is already pushing legalization for abortion in Argentina.
Nonetheless, Archbishop Sorondo gave Communion to both Fernandez and his concubine, above and below first and second rows. On that same day, Pope Francis received the couple as if there were nothing abnormal in their relationship from the third row down. In the audience he did not make a single reprimand.
If we want to break down this incident, we have three moral scandals:
1 - Communion was given at the Vatican to an adulterer along with his lover;
2 - Communion was given at the Vatican to a pro-abortion politician;
3 - By receiving the two persons, Pope Francis endorsed scandals 1 and 2, which represents yet another greater scandal.
Posted February 9, 2020