The Church is led by many false pastors, Archbishop Viganò, a former Nuncio in Washington, warns in a June 3 letter to clergy and laity of Washington Archdiocese.
“Over the past twenty years, your Archdiocese of Washington, in particular and now for the third time, has been and continues to be deeply afflicted and wounded by false shepherds whose way of life is full of lies, deceits, lust and corruption,” Viganò explains.
He encourages his addressees not to follow false shepherds "as they lead you to perdition" and are "mercenaries.”
Viganò refers to the modernist cardinals McCarrick (2000-2006), Wuerl (2006-2018), and to Archbishop Gregory who recently attacked President Trump for the wrong reasons.
Archbishop Gregory let Nancy Pelosi, a supporter of late term abortion, speak from the pulpit at St. Matthew’s Cathedral. If he can’t control his political bias he should be removed.
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Correction: Archbishop Vigano never once mentions Archbishop Gregory either by name or his title. While it's clear he's referring to the man, such is the difference between a well-crafted insinuation and an outright accusation. It's also the difference between journalistic liberty and libel when reporting the news.