Viganò Vindicated: Vatican “Dismisses McCarrick from the Clerical State”
In February 2019 the Vatican announced that ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick had been “laicised”, i.e. “removed from the clerical state”.
The Vatican provided the following statement: “On 11 January 2019, the Congresso of the [Vatican] Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith [i.e. the former Inquisition], at the conclusion of a penal process, issued a decree finding Theodore Edgar McCarrick, archbishop emeritus of Washington, D.C., guilty of the following delicts while a cleric: solicitation in the Sacrament of Confession, and sins against the Sixth Commandment with minors and with adults, with the aggravating factor of the abuse of power. The Congresso imposed on him the penalty of dismissal from the clerical state.”
(Incidentally, what the Vatican calls the sixth commandment is actually the seventh: Thou shalt not commit adultery. In Roman Catholic Bibles it is the sixth, because Rome has altered the ten commandments).
It added: “The Holy Father has recognized the definitive nature of this decision made in accord with law, rendering it a res iudicata (i.e. admitting of no further recourse).”
Theodore McCarrick, 88 years old, thus became the most senior Roman Catholic leader to be dismissed from the priesthood in modern times. A Catholic News Agency article stated: “The final disposition of McCarrick’s case marks the end of a luciferian fall from grace by a man once seen as the leader of the Catholic Church in the United States, and one of the most influential cardinalis worldwide. To go from membership in the college of cardinals in June to being expelled from the clergy altogether in February is unprecedented.”
So: Viganò was vindicated. He was right all along about McCarrick. This should have been a huge and extraordinary embarrassment for Francis I and his Jesuit defenders. More than embarrassing, it should have brought Francis and his friends into the intense spotlight of the world media. But it did not. Was there a word from Francis, or anyone directly under him, or anyone in the Inquisition, or the Jesuits, apologising to Viganò? We have not read of a single one. Viganò had been vilified, mocked, ridiculed, even threatened – and yet he was right all along.
Francis and the Vatican acted against McCarrick eventually, it is true; but only eventually. Only after many, many long months. Indeed, only after years, and only when it became impossible to sweep the evidence under the carpet anymore.
What an iniquitous system this religious system, with its headquarters in Rome, really is! Its pope claims to be the Vicar of Christ on earth – and yet he did nothing to stop the abuse heaped on the head of one of his own, simply because that man credibly alleged that a cardinal who was close to the pope was guilty of vile sexual offences. But when the pressure became just too great, then this pope acted… yet without any word of apology for how he, his Jesuits, and so many other top officials of the Vatican had treated Viganò.
How very sad that Carlo Maria Viganò, despite all that has happened to him for speaking out, remains a committed Papist, held in bondage within the darkness of that devilish religion, still worshipping the false Mary-goddess, still worshipping idols, still partaking of the blasphemous mass, still going to confession, still holding to all the other diabolical doctrines and practices of Rome. His “church” has failed him. His pope has failed him. His fellow-prelates have turned against him. Yet still he remains shackled to this devilish religion.
Vigano Vindicated: Evidence from an Unusual Source that Francis Knew McCarrick was Guilty
Viganò insisted all along that Francis I knew McCarrick was guilty. And now evidence has arisen from a most unusual source that, on this point as well, Viganò was right.
A devastating book has just been published by a French sodomite activist, Frederic Martel, entitled Sodom: In the Closet of the Vatican. Martel is a professedly “pro-Francis” author who wrote his book, at least partly, to support Francis in his policy of “greater openness and mercy” toward homosexuals, and he had direct access into Vatican City and spoke with dozens of high-ranking Vatican officials – and yet even so, the book appears to confirm Viganò’s testimony about Francis. Citing top Vatican officials very close to Francis, Martel confirms that Viganò was not lying when he said that he had informed Francis about Theodore McCarrick’s evil reputation as far back as 2013 already, but that Francis did nothing for he did not consider it important enough.
The following was written by veteran Italian journalist Marco Tosatti, a man who has covered Vatican affairs for some 40 years:
“According to the author [Martel, author of Sodom], in the English version of the text, and we offer here our translation, Pope Bergoglio [Francis] was really informed by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò of the past of predation towards seminarians and young priests, but he did not consider the fact so important…