Thursday, March 15, 2018

Infovaticana:"Viganò must be dismissed", for Altering Pope's Letter



Infovaticana: "It is incomprehensible that today, Thursday, March 15, Monsignor Dario Viganò continues to lead the communication of the Vatican." "The discredit for the communication of the Vatican -in the end, for the Church itself- is incalculable, since not only has it been exposed in a deliberate attempt to deceive, but it also betrays, in addition to the unfathomable awkwardness of Viganò, a worrying insecurity on the part of an influential sector of the Curia." "Recovering the credibility of the official Vatican sources will not be easy, but the first step, the necessary step without which nothing can be credible, is the immediate departure of Viganò."



The Vatican admitted to The Associated Press on Wednesday that was deleted the last two lines of the page where Pope Benedict begins to explain that he did not read the books. He wrote that he can not contribute with a theological evaluation of Francis as Vigano requested him because he has other projects.

According to the Associated Press, "The manipulation changed the meaning of the image in a way that violated photojournalist industry standards."




Dario Viganò must face legal charges for usurpation and for altering Pope's Letter.





On 22 January 2013 he was named director of the Vatican Television Center and secretary of its board of administration.

On 27 June 2015, Bergoglio named him the first Prefect of the newly established Secretariat for Communications.

On 29 September 2016, Bergoglio named him a member of the Congregation for the Clergy and the Congregation for Catholic Education.


December 2017 Dario Viganò Hires a Rich Company Which Promotes Gay Ideology




Francesco Agnoli, writing for La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, defines Viganò as a "very mundane man, with a lot of unusual associations," reminding us that the prefect nominated Jesuit priest James Martin, widely known for his pro-LGBT activism, as advisor to the Secretariat of Communicatios.
Agnoli also points out that Viganò — the man now holding a powerful position that consolidates what were formerly the roles of several heads of departments — was also responsible for the "Disney-like" display of wildlife on St. Peter's facade on the opening of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy in 2015.
Vaticanista Marco Tosatti wrote a piece describing Viganò’s close relationship to LGBT radio icon Pierluigi Diaco (who recently celebrated a highly publicized civil union with his male partner), with whom Viganò has been partnering for daily radio broadcasts, sometimes from inside the museums of Vatican Radio. 
Agnoli also claims that word spread around the Vatican that the nomination of Msgr. Nunzio Galantino as secretary of the Italian Bishops' Conference was  Viganò's. Galantino — known as "the Pope's man" inside the Conference — has a reputation for heterodoxy and is remembered especially for his aversion to pro-family, Catholic groups that lobbied against gay civil unions bill.

Agnoli also mentions newspapers Il Tempo and Il Fatto Quotidiano, which in 2015 revealed that Krzysztof Charamsa (a longtime employee of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, who came out as actively gay in 2015) "was about to become a bishop, thanks to his network of relationships, which includes Msgr. Dario Viganò." ChurchMilitant.com           



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