In an 11-page written testament, a former apostolic nuncio to the United States has accused several senior prelates of complicity in covering up Archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s allegations of sexual abuse, and has claimed that Pope Francis knew about sanctions imposed on then-Cardinal McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI but chose to repeal them.
Bergolio KNEW about the sexual abuse. Bergolio KNEW about the rapes, the assaults. He KNEW about deviant, homosexual bishops and cardinals driving young men out of seminaries for not accepting sexual advances of perverted, dirty old men. And he APPROVED of it, and helped make sure the people doing it were able to continue.
Again, according the Viganò, his request fell on deaf ears and he writes he was “greatly dismayed” that both memos were ignored until Sipe’s “courageous and meritorious” statement had “the desired result.”
“Benedict did what he had to do,” Archbishop Viganò told the National Catholic Register Aug. 25, “but his collaborators — the Secretary of State and all the others — didn’t enforce it as they should have done, which led to the delay.”
Benedict put sanctions on McCarrick, although that was delayed by various sodomites and other corrupted leaders in the Vatican. And then came Bergolio, the anti-Pope.
He recalled meeting Cardinal McCarrick in June 2013 at the Pope’s Domus Sanctae Marthae residence, during which McCarrick told him “in a tone somewhere between ambiguous and triumphant: ‘The Pope received me yesterday, tomorrow I am going to China’” — the implication being that Francis had lifted the travel ban placed on him by Benedict (further evidence of this can be seen in this interview McCarrick gave the National Catholic Reporter in 2014).
At a private meeting a few days later, Archbishop Viganò said the pope asked him, “What is Cardinal McCarrick like?” to which Viganò replied: “He corrupted generations of seminarians and priests and Pope Benedict ordered him to withdraw to a life of prayer and penance.” The former nuncio said he believes the pope’s purpose in asking him was to “find out if I was an ally of McCarrick or not.”
If you're a Catholic, this should make your stomach churn in anger. RIGHTEOUS anger. Bergolio needs to resign. McCarrick needs to be laicized. Any bishop that has allowed this to continue needs to be removed from the clergy. The entire leadership at the Vatican needs to be purged. The Catholic Church has a huge problem, and it needs to be amputated like a gangrenous limb, lest it kill the entire body.
Pray for the restoration of the Church. And understand that restoration includes removing these homosexual predators and various satanic actors from the Church. Read it all. And then let your local diocese know that any and all tithing outside of your local parish will cease until your bishop joins in calling for the resignation of anyone associated with the McCarrick scandal, for the good of the Church.