Sunday, August 26, 2018

Finally! And, yes, Archbishop Viganò is "absolutely worthy of belief"

For over ten years we've documented the homosexual infiltration within the Archdiocese of San Francisco--now in the process of being cleansed and healed by our good Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.  It is great to see the same rot being exposed at the very highest levels of the Church--for only then can the healing begin!

Vox Cantor quotes Fr. Carlos Martin:
I just spent the last two hours on the phone with a friend in the Vatican Curia. He said that the news of Archbishop Viganò has hit the Curia like an atomic bomb. Two things are universally noted regarding Viganò: 1) He is highly respected as a professional, and 2) His Curial positions gave him clear access to the damning information he reported. In other words, he is not a hack, and he is not relying on rumor. This makes his report absolutely worthy of belief. 
Of course it is worthy of belief. Francis’s two right –hand men are Cardinal McCarrick and Cardinal Maradiaga.  That would be disgusting creep “Uncle Ted” McCarrick, corrupter of who knows how many seminarians, priests, and children, and Oscar Maradiaga, a disgrace to the Salesians, (whose episcopate, as we wrote in 2014, saw the reduction of Catholics in Honduras from 94% to 46% of the population) and whose response to the queer infestation of his seminary was to blame the good seminarians who brought it to his attention.

And, surprisingly, the gabby Francis has finally found a reason to button his lip, a subject he's willing to avoid. Like countless bishops before him, he is refusing to address the quite detailed and specific points made yesterday by Archbishop Vigano:
(Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Sunday he would not respond to explosive accusations by a former top Vatican official that the pontiff had covered up sexual abuse, saying dismissively that the document containing the allegations “speaks for itself”.

Francis, talking to reporters aboard the plane returning to Rome from Dublin, said he would “not say one word” on the 11-page document, in which the former official says Francis should resign. The pontiff said journalists should read the document carefully and decide for themselves about its credibility.
I doubt anyone needs any encouragement to 'read the document carefully'!

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