The shiftiness and bluster of the Bergoglian papacy

 Posted by Vox Cantoris on Sunday, 18 March 2018

The shiftiness and bluster of the Bergoglian papacy

From Father Hunwicke:

liturgicalnotes.blogspot.ca/2018/03/like-getting-blood-out-of-stone.html

If this man Vigano were to be kept in office, it would be the final detail in the unfolding public demonstration of the moral corruption right at the heart of this failed pontificate. In politics, it is often not the big issues that bring a crisis to its head, but something that starts off as insignificant to the point of pettiness. During this Bergoglian era, the two major disasters have been the shiftiness, accompanied by unbecoming bluster, in the area of paedophilia and coverups and cronyism; and attempts to get away with perverting the Church’s moral teaching by stealth. Those things matter infinitely more than the current silly and minor episode.
But ‘Lettergate’ provides such a vivid snapshot of dirty little men involved in dirty little plots for thoroughly dirty purposes. Even anti-Ratzinger veterans among the Commentariat like Robert Mickens can see this.If PF cannot be made to understand the need to clean out his own Augean Stables, surely he should be made to go. Not next week, but this week.

I would go further and say that last week would not have been too soon!

 

 

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