Skip to comments.Vatican II Church Meltdown – Day 8
Posted on 09/02/2018 3:21:38 AM PDT by Repent and Believe
The Latest on the Viganò Letter Drama
Developments & Reactions
[New developments being added as we become aware of them]
This post continues our coverage of the ongoing ecclesiastical Chernobyl unleashed by the accusations of the former Vatican nuncio to the United States, Abp. Carlo Viganò, which were first published on Aug. 25 and have the potential not only to bring an end to the Francis pontificate but even to throw the entire Vatican II Sect into unprecedented chaos:
Saturday, Sep. 1, 2018
Abp. Carlo Viganò releases new letter revealing what really happened when Francis met privately with Kim Davis during his 2015 visit to the United States FULL DOCUMENT TEXT HERE
Francis mouthpiece Fr. Antonio Spadaro, S.J., says in tweet that Viganos testimony about the Kim Davis meeting doesnt make sense at all
Gianluigi Nuzzi, the journalist behind the two Vatileaks affairs, says that Abp. Vigano is credible
Ed Pentin reports on Viganòs responses to videos appearing to show inconsistencies with his testimony Reactions from Select Blogs and Web Sites
Vaticanist Andrea Tornielli comments on Abp. Viganos Aug. 31 interview with LifeSiteNews
Trying to determine whether the Vigano Letters accusations correspond to the truth, The New York Times notes that both Francis and Benedict XVI could clear up the confusion created by the letter. Neither one has.
To explain Francis behavior, a blogger reminds his readers of Francis Peronist modus operandi first exposed in Omar Bellos book El Verdadero Francisco (The True Francis)
Fr. Dwight Longenecker suspects that if Francis continues his sad silence in face of these grave allegations, we may see the development of a lame duck papacy
Dr. Joseph Shaw opines that the enablers of abuse are as much of a problem as the abusers themselves Chris Ferrara responds to the neo-Catholic polemic addressing the Vigano accusations
Tom Droleskey on Another Front in the Conciliar War, Part 4
Prof. Francis Beckwith points out that if the media make the request to examine the documents and memos cited in Archbishop Viganòs testimony, the Holy Father cannot refuse without undermining his credibility and by default his papacy
Cruxs Inés San Martín provides a handy overview: Whos who in drama of cover-up accusation against Pope Francis?
Fr. Michael Holleran of the Archdiocese of New York draws perverted analogy to say sodomites are spiritually more receptive
Prior Days Coverage
Days 1-3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
Lets see if Francis will face some jeers at the Angelus window tomorrow
You can tell a tree by its fruit.
The tree in question is the so-called "Vatican II" council and the apostates who arranged, executed, and since have promulgated it.
Rather RCC Civil War.
Its even more interesting to watch than McCain v. Trump.
Wrong. Impossible that there can be a civil war in the Bride of Christ. Rather disruption of embedded infidels, yes. Not war.
This whole spectacle is disturbing. It seems that highly-placed church officials are using their office to promote the gay agenda.
Or, in this case, its fruits.
We are living through the end of a major Christian heresy.
The end is not yet in sight, and, I suppose, we should listen for the trumpets - but this carefully laid-out plan to use the structures of the RCC to mainstream male homosexuality is coming apart right before our eyes.
If not a civil war than what? I would compare it to a cancer. Some of the cells have become malignant and threaten the life of the body. Even the brain is affected as the cancer spreads into the intellectual centers of the Church. The heart is still healthy but because of the strict hierarchy, the death of the brain threatens the entire body.
Remember what happened in the Bible after the death of King Solomon and the break-up of Israel into two kingdoms?
So that makes me correct.
MARTIN LUTHER WAS RIGHT!!!!!
That has been aparent for years. What is new is the notables finally moving to cleanse the Church, to drain the Swamp to coin a phrase.
Martin Luther was LEFT, actually.
Martin Luther was a heretic.
Martin Luther was a heretic.
Unless you define the Scriptures as true.
Fortunately, he wast buggering boys.
And how do you know that?
Blessed Saint Luther wasnt gay, like Romes priesthood today.
He was very happily married and wrote about his dear wife and children many times.
Nor was an accusation of sexual impropriety raised against him.
Oh wow, are you ever in for a shock when you finally realize, you're in the exact same position that Catholics were in Luther's day, just a different form of corruption. Praying for your own modern day Martin Luther is what you should be doing, rather than circling the wagons.
Martin Luther was right about some of the corruption in the church.
However, he was a heretic and proclaimed his own religion and away from the teachings of Christ, and led many astray from the Truth of Jesus and the Catholic Church.
Like today, we have corruption in the Catholic church, but we need to stand with Jesus in the Church that He founded and help cleanse the church of its sinfulness. We follow Christ and not sinful men.
Many will blame the Catholic Church and not evil sinful actions of many.
Yep, cause we all know that no gay man has ever married or had children, or not had any accusations against him. < /s>
What we're doing is trying to clean out the Church, not abandon it.
I didn't abandon this country when that POS Clinton or that POS Obama was elected, nor abandon the concept of a federal republic. I'm not going to abandon the doctrine of the Catho9lic Church just because there are POSes in it, either.
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