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Viganò Criticises Bishop Schneider And Dubia Cardinals - With Good Reasons

In a lengthy statement, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò thanked Bishop Schneider for explaining the link between Vatican II and the decline that came afterwards (LifeSiteNews.com, June 10).

“If pachamama could be adored in a church, we owe it to Dignitatis Humanae," Viganó observes. He adds that we owe protestantised and paganised liturgies "to the revolutionary action of Msgr. Annibale Bugnini and to the post-conciliar reforms." Similarly, if the Abu Dhabi Declaration was signed, "we owe it to Nostra Aetate.”

Viganò calls Vatican II a “coup d’état” and compares it to the later condemned Pistoia Synod (1786) which forbad receiving Communion outside of Mass, and introduced the vernacular language.

Schneider's Dangerous Statement

Viganò criticises [as did Gloria.tv] Schneider's theory that some doctrines of previous councils have become obsolete.

Viganò tells him that such a claim "undermines the Catholic edifice from its foundation” and plays into Francis' hands who recently "changed" the Catechism based on the allegation that the death penalty “does not conform to the Gospel.”

In contrast, Vatican II can at any time be condemned because it was only a pastoral council without any dogmatic authority.

"Good Intentions"

Viganò warns about considering interlocutors who show differences in their ideas and their faith, as people who are nevertheless “motivated by good intentions.”

He gives an example, “We sincerely believed that seeing John Paul II surrounded by charmers-healers, buddhist monks, imams, rabbis, protestant pastors and other heretics gave proof of the Church’s ability to summon people together in order to ask God for peace.”

According to Viganò, the four Dubia Cardinals demonstrated a similar pious ingenuousness “thinking that Bergoglio, when confronted with the reasonably argued contestation of the error, would understand, correct the heterodox points, and ask for forgiveness.”

Deceiving Bishops


Now, Viganò understands that “for decades we have been led into error” by bishops and popes.

Some bishops led their people into error "for the sake of living quietly, some because of having too many commitments, some out of convenience, and some in bad faith or even malicious intent.”

Viganò himself has “honestly and serenely obeyed questionable orders sixty years ago” and was “deceived.”

Now, he has observed that there is a conflict between obeying the hierarchy and being faithful to the Church.

For him it was [only] Francis' Pontificate which made this "perverse separation" tangible.

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Arthur McGowan
Viganò has fired the opening shot in the war to nullify Vatican II and "the Great Façade."
Tesa
+Viganò: freedom of religion is Masonic and evil also
+Viganò: "... the United States has in you a President ... who speaks of Jesus Christ and the right of citizens to freedom of worship ..."
IndwellingTrinity
This doesn't necessarily mean it's an endorsement of "freedom of worship" just that it exists in the US while Catholics are not free to worship.
Be Ye Separate
The worldly bishops who cunningly wrote the V2 documents, praised Islam.
Muhammad was a murderer of many, a denier of our Lord Jesus' great blood Sacrifice upon the Cross, and his followers slaughtered and enslaved thousands and thousands of Catholics and others throughout the centuries.
The V2 documents are ambiguous and go against Sacred Scripture and teachings of true popes.
Eva
Viganò: “It is undeniable that from Vatican II onwards a parallel church was built, superimposed over and diametrically opposed to the true Church of Christ”
Eva
Here is Viganò on the TLM

"If we have a liturgy that is Protestantized and at times even paganized, we owe it to the revolutionary action of Msgr. Annibale Bugnini and to the post-conciliar reforms.

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The greatest affront of that Pontificate [Benedict XVI] was liberally permitting the celebration of the venerated Tridentine Liturgy, the legitimacy of which was finally recognized, disproving …More
Here is Viganò on the TLM

"If we have a liturgy that is Protestantized and at times even paganized, we owe it to the revolutionary action of Msgr. Annibale Bugnini and to the post-conciliar reforms.

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The greatest affront of that Pontificate [Benedict XVI] was liberally permitting the celebration of the venerated Tridentine Liturgy, the legitimacy of which was finally recognized, disproving fifty years of its illegitimate ostracization. It is no accident that Bergoglio’s supporters are the same people who saw the Council as the first event of a new church, prior to which there was an old religion with an old liturgy."