I suppose what could be termed the “Revenge of the Ratzinger ‘Restorationists’” has begun in earnest. That is, the courage exhibited by “Archbishop” Carlo Mario Vigano has emboldened others within the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River to forth to tell their own stories, if only under the cover of anonymity, of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s consistently bold and shameless indemnification and protection of sodomite clergy, including those who have been found guilty of committing perverse crimes against children.
Thus, good readers, I am willing to admit that my steadfast belief that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is going to weather the storm unleashed by the Vigano Report is not as firm as it was only eight and one-half hours ago when part two of this series was published. What Father Carlo Maria Vigano has done is to bring into public light the festering grievances within the counterfeit church of conciliarism, and it is, of course, quite delightful to see the arrogant and defiant Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who is ill-tempered and does not take criticism or opposition very well—remember, most leftists don’t cotton to opposition, suffer as he well deserves for his countless offenses against Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and Our Lady and for the infinite harm that he has done and continues to do to souls.
An admission that Jorge Mario Bergoglio might be living again amongst the poor of Buenos Aires and taking a bus to run his errands as he claimed he had when he was the conciliar “archbishop” there from 1998 to 2013 does not mean, however, that the Modernist principles of conciliarism are in danger of being exposed even if the counterfeit church of conciliaism splinters into two or more pieces because of all that is now coming out into the open. There could be a “conservative” conciliar “pope,” a semi-traditional conciliar “pope” and a Jacobin/Bolshevik conciliar “pope” all claiming to be a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter without any of them actually being a true pope and without any valid liturgical rites to administer.
Bergoglio's fate at this point is purely a matter of speculation. However, this is really a whole of fun to watch, and I really haven’t this much fun watching the conciliar sect since the immediate aftermath of Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI’s departure from the Vatican for Castel Gandolfo on Thursday, February 28, 2013, when I wrote satirical pieces such as Auditioning To Be The Next Universal Face of Apostasy.
That is, I reached the point of Bergoglio overload a long time ago as its always the same “blah, blah, blah, blah” that is hardly new or newsworthy. Indeed, Bergoglio is dime-store caricature of the sort of conciliar revolutionaries I stumbled upon in pulpits or at lecterns from the 1970s to the 1990s before I quit the Protestant Judeo-Masonic liturgical service on Sundays and then left the weekday abomination in November of 2002. Bergoglio spits out boilerplate Modernist talking points, and that gets pretty redundant pretty fast.
Thus, you see, the constant flow of breaking news about the public venting of incontrovertible facts concerning the false “pontiff’s” protection of clerical sodomites and his public love affair with abortioinists, pro-abortion and pro-perversity public officials, socialists and Communists, up to and including the Castro brothers, has been rather delightful to watch.
One of the many developing news stories on Lifesite News involves a supposed defender of Catholic orthodoxy, the thoroughly heterodox Gerhard “Cardinal” Muller, who was ousted by “Pope Francis” as the prefect of the misnamed Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith nearly fourteen months ago:
August 29, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A highly placed Vatican source told LifeSiteNews that Cardinal Gerhard Müller, together with his much-experienced three CDF priests, were dismissed by Pope Francis because they all had tried to follow loyally the Church's standing rules concerning abusive clergymen. In one specific case, Müller opposed the Pope's wanting to re-instate Don Mauro Inzoli, an unmistakably cruel abuser of many boys; but the Pope would not listen to Müller. In another case, the Pope decided not to give a Vatican apartment to one of Müller's own secretaries, but to the now-infamous Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, in spite of the fact that someone had warned the Pope about Capozzi's grave problems. The Vatican source also said that it was known to several people in the Vatican that some restrictions were put on Cardinal McCarrick by Pope Benedict XVI, and he thereby confirms Viganò's own claim.
When LifeSiteNews reached out to this very trustworthy and well-informed Vatican source, asking him about the then-breaking Viganò story and the archbishop's allegations that Pope Francis knew of McCarrick's habitual abuse, he answered: “Cardinal Müller [as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF)] had always decidedly and most sharply followed up on these abuse cases, and that is why he was dismissed, just as his three good collaborators [the three CDF priests] were also dismissed.”
In my follow-up with this source, he again explained that Cardinal Müller, as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, had always been loyally following the Church's laws with regard to abuse cases, for the handling of which the CDF is responsible. According to the source, Müller also “resisted” Pope Francis in 2014 when he wanted to re-instate the serial molester of boys, the Italian priest Don Inzoli, allowing him to perform some functions of the priesthood. In opposition to Müller, “the Pope decided differently,” the source continued. That is to say, Pope Francis did not follow Cardinal Müller's advice.
In 2012, Inzoli had been found guilty by an ecclesiastical court of abusing boys as young as 12 even in the confessional. He was then suspended a divinis, barring him from all priestly functions. The historian Henry Sire says in his book The Dictator Pope that in 2014, the Pope “followed an appeal by Inzoli's friends in the Curia, Cardinal Coccopalmerio and Monsignor Vito Pinto” and he reduced the priest's penalty to a “lifetime of prayer.” Inzoli, however, was then also ordered “to stay away from children, [while] giving him permission to celebrate Mass privately.” In 2015, however, as Michael Dougherty reported, Inzoli was already participating again at a conference on the family in Lombardy, Italy. This scandalous case only came to public because an Italian court tried and sentenced Inzoli to four years and nine months in prison, a grave public fact that the Vatican could not responsibly ignore. Inzoli was found guilty, in 2016, of more than “a hundred episodes,” explains Henry Sire. In response to this shocking news, “the Vatican initiated a new canonical trial.”
As Dougherty also commented, it is obvious that the Pope bypassed the CDF, and with it Cardinal Müller, when dealing with abuse cases: “In any case, on abuse, the justice dealt out by Müller's CDF seems to be too harsh for the pope and his allies. And so, the pope hopes to render the CDF irrelevant in these cases.”
It is interesting to note that Cardinal Müller himself was dismissed by Pope Francis without any advance notice at the end of June 2017, only one month after the cardinal had for the first time publicly criticized the Pope. In a 25 May interview with EWTN's Raymond Arroyo, he had confirmed publicly an earlier report which first was published by Marco Tosatti, according to which the Pope dismissed three of Müller's best CDF priests, and this again without any prior notice or explanation. “And I am the pope, I do not need to give reasons for any of my decisions. I have decided that they have to leave and they have to leave,” are the Pope's explicit words as reported by Tosatti.
Müller himself commented on 25 May upon this sudden dismissal of some of his best collaborators with the words: “This is true that I am in favor of a better treatment of our officials in the Holy See, because we cannot only speak about the social doctrine and we must also respect it, and the Pope himself said we (have) some old behaviors of the courts and I am absolutely against this treatment.” The German cardinal added that “we can dismiss only people if they make a mistake and the criteria for our collaborators in our Congregation must be the orthodoxy and the integrity of moral and priestly life and the competence in the matter and other 'criterias', must speak Italian or we need people of different languages and cultures.”
It was the first time that Cardinal Müller publicly rebuked the Pope, and it was not about himself, but about the sudden dismissal of three of his best collaborator-priests at the CDF. (Jorge Dismissed Mueller for Following Policies to deal with clerical abusers. Also see Jorge knowingly gave Vatican apartment to sodomite priest later caught in cocaine-fuelled debauchery.)
Jorge’s false concept of “mercy” is all about the indemnification of hardened sinners, especially those who are inclined to commit or who do commit the sin of Sodom and its related vices that cry out to God for vengeance. The Argentine Apostate believes that is neither desirable nor possible for men to reform their lives, thus showing himself and the conciliar revolution he is spearheading at this time to be a true child of the same libertine spirit that promoted Father Martin Luther, O.S.A., to post those ninety-five theses on the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517, aided and abetted as he was in his effort by Talmudists, whose descendants are rooting for him, Bergoglio, today.
Although “Archbishop” Vigano is a conciliarist of the Girondist/Menshevik variety, he nevertheless wrote the full Catholic truth when he noted the following about what constitutes true mercy for sinnners:
It is in moments of great trial that the Lord’s grace is revealed in abundance and makes His limitless mercy available to all; but it is granted only to those who are truly repentant and sincerely propose to amend their lives. (Vigano Testimony.)
This is true.
As noted in parts one and two of this series, though, the problem with conciliarism is not simply the defection of “Pope Francis” from the binding precepts of the Sixth and Ninth Commandments and his rejection of the sufficiency of God’s ineffable graces for hardened sinners to confess their sins and to amend their lives while resolving to avoid the near occasions of sin. The problem with conciliarism is that it is founded in the condemned and philosophically absurd Modernist proposition of dogmatic evolution, which has served as a fountainhead that has spewed out each of its specific manifestations (the new ecclesiology, episcopal collegiality, religious liberty, separation of Church and State, false ecumenism, Scriptural relativism and deconstructionism, a new and ever-evolving liturgy to suit the alleged “needs” of the mythical entity known as “modern man,” etc.).
It is in this regard, you see, that the ousted Gerhard “Cardinal” Muller’s reference to doctrinal orthodoxy is completely laughable as he is a rabid heretic who, despite his defense of the indissolubility of a ratified and consummated marriage, denies the historicity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’s Resurrection and Our Lady’s Perpetual Virginity (see “Archbishop” Gerhard Ludwig Muller denies Perpetual Virginity of Mar and Memo To Bishop Fellay: Ratzinger/Benedict Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Loves Gerhard Ludwig Muller.)
Up is down and white is black in the wonderland that is the counterfeit church of conciliarism, and while it is certainly fascinating to see yet another front emerge so openly in the conciliar civil war, readers must not forget that no matter the outcome of the current madness anyone who adheres to the precepts of conciliarism that have been condemned by the Catholic Church are not members of the true Church and thus have no authority from God to act and speak in her name.
Immoral popes, bishops and priests there have been in the past. Granted.
Heretical popes, however, are an ontological impossibility.
The show is fun, but saving our souls is deadly serious business that requires us to know and to adhere to the truth in this time of apostasy and betrayal. This may very well require us to be ostracized by our friends and relatives and subjected to scorn and mockery.
We must adhere to the truth as we seek to reform our lives in cooperation with the graces won for us by the shedding of every single drop of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’s Most Precious Blood during His Passion and Death on the wood of the Holy Cross on Good Friday and that flow into our souls through the loving hands of Our Lady, she who is the Mediatrix of All graces. And to adhere to the truth we must how Our Lady that we love her as we seek unto the throne of the Most Blessed Trinity whatever merit we might earn in this difficult times as the consecrated slaves of her Divine Son, Christ the King, through her own Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart, remembering always to pray as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us now and at the hour of our death.
Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Rose of Lima, pray for us.
Saints Felix and Adauctus, pray for us.