Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano

Corruption of the Best is The Worst: The Jesuits, The Church, & the Deep State

By Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, OnePeterFive, September 26, 2020 “Corruptio optimi pessima.” Saint Gregory the Great Seeking to find any coherence of the recent action of the Society of Jesus with the original intentions of Saint Ignatius of Loyola is an arduous if not impossible... read more

50 priests, scholars, journalists thank Viganò, Schneider for raising Vatican II questions

The bishop and archbishop were praised for their 'honest and open discussion of the Second Vatican Council' Maike Hickson Blog July 15, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Today, more than 50 priests, scholars, journalists, and other persons of prominence published an Open Letter to Archbishop Carlo... read more


By Marco Tosatti, Stilum Curiae, April 29, 2020    'Bishops, you are accountable for souls who die without the sacraments' April 29, 2020 - feast of Saint Catherine of Siena Marco Tosatti: Your Excellency, the latest decree of Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has disregarded the... read more

WATCH: Police officer interrupts Mass, priest refuses to kick out 12 faithful

By Martin Burger, LifeSite News, April 21, 2020 'It wasn’t human to send them out,' the parish priest later explained. SONCINO, Italy, April 21, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Police interrupted a Mass celebrated with only 12 faithful present last Sunday in the northern Italian village of... read more

Francis vs. the Deep Church

BY MICHAEL WARREN DAVIS, MARCH 12, 2020 Does the Vatican have a General Directorate for Personnel? This is, perhaps, the most boring question ever posed by a writer in Crisis Magazine. And yet, as we fumble for an answer, we also come a little closer to understanding one of the most confounding... read more

Five Cardinals and two prominent bishops speak about the end times

'The Church is shrouded in the darkness of modernism, but the victory belongs to Our Lord and His Bride. We desire to keep vigil with her and with Jesus, in this new Gethsemane of the end times.' ​​​​​February 4, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — The situation in the Church today is so severe... read more
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri

Archbishop Viganò raises concerns about Cardinal in charge of next papal election

‘In the Heart of the Church we seem to glimpse the approaching shadow of Satan’s synagogue (Rev 2:9).’ By Diane Montagna, LifeSiteNews, January 31, 2020 In a new testimony touching upon the election of the next Pope, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has alleged that the cardinal whom... read more

Vatican debates about Pachamama rites refuse to fade

By Terry Mattingly, Contributing columnist, January 11, 2020 The scene during the Vatican’s Christmas concert was simple and even childlike, as a young woman from Latin America instructed participants — including smiling cardinals — to fold their arms over their chests. But this was... read more
Archbishop Vigano

Message from His Excellency Archbishop Viganò to Alexander Tschugguel

Dear Alexander, and all those who have gathered to recite the Holy Rosary outside St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary be with you! We have seen idolatry penetrate into the Temple of God and claim for itself the adoration that is due exclusively... read more

Vatican newspaper features ‘Pachamama’ bowl used at Amazon Synod’s closing Mass

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite News, November 7, 2019 VATICAN CITY, November 7, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― The offering of a mysterious bowl of plants believed to be linked to the pagan goddess Pachamama — that was received by Pope Francis during the closing Mass for the Amazon Synod and... read more
St. Fidelis Cathedral, Victoria KS

Theodore McCarrick Still Won’t Confess

Banished in the dead of night to a mistrustful Kansas town after sexual abuse allegations, the defrocked archbishop of D.C. speaks publicly for the first time since his fall from grace. By Ruth Graham, Slate, September 3, 2019 VICTORIA, Kansas—On a cloudy Sunday morning in August, Father... read more
Fr. Gerald E. Murray

Viganò’s “Testimony,” One Year Later