Carlo Maria Vigano

VIGANÒ on CORONAVIRUS: To Appease Wolves, Shepherds Abandon Sheep

By Carlo Maria Viganò, March 14, 2020 The ecclesial events of these hours have manifested clearly — if there was still any need — the tragic subjection of the Church to a State that is striving and doing all it can to destroy the Christian identity of our Italy, by enslaving it to an... read more

Viganò Speaks: the “Infiltration” Is Real

BY JULIA MELONI, SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 Jonah began his journey through the city, and when he had gone only a single day’s walk announcing, “Forty days more and Nineveh shall be overthrown,” the people of Nineveh believed God; they proclaimed a fast and all of them, great and small, put on... read more

The ‘Amazon Synod’: The Latest Outrage for Faithful Catholics

By John Zmirak, TheStream, June 26, 2019 Like most Catholics and many Christians, I’ve found the phenomenon of Pope Francis deeply puzzling. His reign has been weird from the very outset. First, Pope Benedict resigns for murky reasons, not long after getting a phone-book-size report on gay... read more

Cardinal’s Former Secretary: Vatican Knew About McCarrick’s Misconduct Msgr. Anthony Figueiredo of Newark published excerpts from private correspondence on his website.

By Ed Condon, CNA, May 28, 2019 VATICAN CITY — A former priest-secretary to Theodore McCarrick has issued a report that claims to contain excerpted quotes from correspondence between the disgraced former cardinal and various Church officials. The quotes seem to contain admissions of... read more

Vatican Scandals: Follow the Money…if You Can

By Chris Caldwell, One PeterFive, April 3, 2019 On January 4, 2013, a month before Pope Benedict resigned, the Italian Central Bank turned the lights off on the entire Vatican. The Vatican no longer had the ability to make any electronic financial transactions. Italian authorities asserted... read more

Vigano to McCarrick: Repent, for the sake of your soul

Vatican City, Jan 14, 2019, CNA A former papal representative to the U.S. has written an open letter to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick that urges the archbishop to repent publicly of the sexual abuse and misconduct of which he stands accused. “You, paradoxically, have at your disposal an... read more

Letter to Pope Francis

By Catholic Men United for Christ NOTE: This letter reflects the personal initiative of the individual Catholic men signing it. Professional affiliations are listed for identification purposes only. This letter is not sponsored by any group or organization.  Signers are encouraged to engage... read more

Archbishop Viganò: punished for telling the truth?

by Roberto de Mattei, Stampa la Notizia, 05 September 2018 Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, who brought to light the existence of a network of corruption in the Vatican, calling into question those responsible, starting with the supreme ecclesiastical authorities, will be punished for telling the... read more

Catholic Cold War Turns Hot

By ROD DREHER • August 27, 2018, One of the enduring mysteries of the contemporary Catholic Church is why so many priests know about practicing homosexuals in the priesthood, but don’t do anything about it. An egregious example comes to mind from when I lived in New York City under Cardinal... read more

If the US Bishops Don’t Fear God, They Should Fear the Government 

BY THOMAS PETERS, SEPTEMBER 3, 2018 We learned something important in the past week: Pope Francis has no intention of coming clean. Like the short tale of Hans Christian Andersen, in the past week since Archbishop Vigano’s letter was made public, Pope Francis supporters and the media have... read more

“Lord, to Whom Shall We Go?”

by Mother Mary Assumpta Long, September 1, 2018 We are deeply saddened by the news that comes in daily about the sexual abuse involving the hierarchy (cardinals, bishops, and priests) in the Catholic Church. We certainly believe that those found guilty should be punished and live out their... read more

Who Am I to ‘Pope’?