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Perhaps it’s the Anti-Pope’s Time Now By Peter West
As readers know, yours truly, a former Catholic, has been reporting on the dreadful decline of the Catholic Church. In particular, following in the wake of the US paedophile Catholic scandal, we now have one going directly to the head of the Church:
“In a bombshell report, the Vatican’s former ambassador to the United States has accused Pope Francis of reinstating Cardinal Theodore McCarrick to a position of prominence despite knowing of McCarrick’s sexual abuse of priests, seminarians, and laypeople, including minors. Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released an 11-page affidavit on Saturday alleging that Pope Benedict had imposed “canonical sanctions” on Cardinal McCarrick in 2009-2010 forbidding him from traveling, celebrating Mass in public, or participating in public meetings, but that Pope Francis later lifted these sanctions and made McCarrick a close personal advisor. Presenting himself as a whistleblower, Viganò declares that bishops “must have the courage to tear down the culture of secrecy and publicly confess the truths we have kept hidden.”
If the present Pope is brought down by these new revelations, there will be no tears shed by me. It is necessary to remove all of the decay from the Church to have any hope of rebirth. Let that process begin.