Weeping With Vigano

Taken from Wikipedia: Carlo Maria Viganò; (born 16 January 1941) is an archbishop of the Catholic Church who … is best known for having exposed two major Vatican scandals. These were the Vatican leaks scandal of 2012, in which he revealed financial corruption in the Vatican, and a 2018 letter in which he accused Pope Francis and other church leaders of covering up sexual abuse allegations against former cardinal Theodore McCarrick.

In this interview (1.5 hours) with Vigano, Robert Moynihan states “I’m an American journalist. I’ve been covering the Vatican for 30 years … I have many different contacts and friends in the church and among them was Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano. I came to know him many years ago, but in the past three years, this Archbishop, an Italian Archbishop who is now eighty years old, has become perhaps the single most controversial figure in the Roman Catholic church. For that reason I find it imperative to understand how this high ranking church official could become such a profound critic, not only of corruption in the church, but also of doctrinal confusion, the entire pontificate of Pope Francis, and finally in recent months, a criticism also of the secular developments, the virus, the vaccines, the global plan for a single global community…“.

Archbishop Vigano describes events advancing us towards globalised bio-fascism, linking them with both structural and philosophical changes occurring within the Catholic church, as well as with the looming switch to a climate “emergency” to justify ongoing restrictions of human movement and liberty. He denounces this globalist conspiracy variously as “a bankrupt ideology … a very great sin against God … a great crime against humanity … scandalous … evil … a source of great sorrow”.

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