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Chris Ferrara on the personality of Pope Francis

Christopher Ferrara on Francis' most important interview (May 2019). Francis admitted that he did not want to find the truth of the Viganò/McCarrick accusation, but rather to dig up dirt on Viganò.
Awesome video....should be required viewing be every Catholic
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Vigano, Vigano, Vigano
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I don't believe the interviewer is Valentina Alazraki.
Eva
The interview talked about and commented on was Francis with Valentina Alazraki
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Outstanding!! Kudos to the reporter!!! With out a doubt the best explanation and interview that has come out in the past 6 years on the state of the Catholic Church! Ferrara is outstanding in his descriptions of the current Pope and his modus oporendi. He speaks in simple understandable terms of what Our Holy Father and Pope has hoisted upon the Catholic Church on the road to his imposed hell.
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One would not believe that Francis really said that. Here is the original quote. Incredible

Francis: "This case of Viganò, I had not read the whole letter, I saw it a little … and I already know what it is, and I made a decision: I trust in the honesty of journalists. And I said to you: “Look, you have everything here, study and draw conclusions”. And this you did, because you did the work, and …More
One would not believe that Francis really said that. Here is the original quote. Incredible

Francis: "This case of Viganò, I had not read the whole letter, I saw it a little … and I already know what it is, and I made a decision: I trust in the honesty of journalists. And I said to you: “Look, you have everything here, study and draw conclusions”. And this you did, because you did the work, and in this case it was fantastic. I took great care not to say things that weren’t there but then he said them, three or four months later, a judge in Milan when he sentenced him [Viganò]."