Gloria.TV News The Argentinean writer José Arturo Quarracino sees more troubles ahead for Pope Francis. Quarracino is a nephew of the late Buenos Aires Cardinal Antonio Quarracino who convinced Pope John Paul II to name Bergoglio as his successor. Quarracino points out on Spanish Gloria.tv that Pope Francis’ personal friend, Orán bishop Gustavo Zanchetta who is accused of homosexual abuses, is also involved in financial scandals. Zanchetta sold a building in Buenos Aires which was given to Orán diocese, for 800’000 dollars. But the deal does not appear anywhere in the diocesan books. According to Quarracino, Francis personally advised Zanchetta to conceal the money.
Quarracino asks hard questions: Did all those dollars remain in the hands of Monsignor Zanchetta, or did part of that sum reach the coffers of the Vatican? And: Was this perhaps the reason for Zanchetta’s inexplicable appointment to the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See? Quarracino comes up with what he calls "the question of all questions": May a Pope give immoral economic and financial advice to one of his pastors?
Francis's "personal friend" Archbishop Gustavo Zanchetta, who apparently lives "in Casa Santa Marta, where Francis himself resides," is a gay pervert according to the document.
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