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Viganò Calls Francis An "Argentinian Liquidator”

Already before Vatican II, the Faith was weak, Archbishop Viganò wrote on June 24 to Italian Father Alfredo Morselli (MarcoTosatti.com, July 14).

Viganò explains that many bishops at Vatican II were intellectually corrupt, since the solid preparatory documents could so easily be replaced with cheap innovation texts.

For Viganò, Vatican II was a "dishonest operation" and a "scam carried out against the faithful and the clergy.”

Since Vatican II, he explains, the Church went on a "slippery, unfortunate and destructive path” that finally reached "the bankruptcy of the company at the hands of its Argentinian liquidator" who is "ready to deliver the Church of Mercy Co. into the hands of the New World Order.”

Viganò suspects that Francis is confident to be given "some sort of managerial role" in this new structure "if only out of recognition for the work of destruction he has accomplished."

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Alex A
Why is it that some Catholics have difficulty in distinguishing the difference between the office of the papacy and the occupant of that office?
11rhymesandreasons
Abp Vigano will be raised to the altars one day.
Ratsmea
With help of evil NWO, false prophet and his minions think it is quite easy, no resistance at all to destroy RCC. Arrogantly wrong, many Church warriors have emerged to fight back and take back Jesus Christ's Church. God bless ABP. Vigano.
F M Shyanguya
It is increasingly clear that Abp. Viganò isn’t for the LORD’s Church. His apparent opposition to Pope Francis is just that, apparent.
pgmgn
What's increasingly apparent is the scandal within the Church and the attempt to marginalize those admitting to what so many can visibly see is problematic. (What has and is still wreaking dangerous fallout in both lay and religious ranks.)

Vatican II documents are not the bulwark Catholics have been instructed they are. And those who ushered them in without a peep are, in some part, responsible…More
What's increasingly apparent is the scandal within the Church and the attempt to marginalize those admitting to what so many can visibly see is problematic. (What has and is still wreaking dangerous fallout in both lay and religious ranks.)

Vatican II documents are not the bulwark Catholics have been instructed they are. And those who ushered them in without a peep are, in some part, responsible.

How does that go?

"...even the rocks would cry out!"

The "Lord's" Church is bigger than VII and the full truth will set us free, not the Reader's Digest edition that leaves off critical plot turns and skips over the real characters in the story.
mccallansteve
God bless Vigano!!
foward
Viganò for the Pope!
LionsOnTheBeach
If diocesan bishops spoke like this, the only vocations crisis would be building new seminaries
chiggg1
Thank God for Abp. Vigano