Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò: Vatican: Democratic reform? Not; Autocratic
Vatican: Democratic reform? Not; Autocratic.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò [computer translated from the Spanish here]

In accordance with the umpteenth provision promulgated by the one who, collegially and synodally, governs despotically by motu proprios, the cardinals of the Holy Roman Church may be prosecuted and judged by laity. It is impossible to find reasonable explanations for the extemporaneous decisions Bergoglio, who has infiltrated not just lay in Roman dicasteries and the synod of bishops, or at least religious unordered, on behalf of the synodality, the democratization and gender parity. Nor is it useless to invoke the Code of Canon Law, which the Roman Pontiff can repeal at will. It is useless to deplore the hierarchical subversion that allows a member of the learning Church to judge a member of the teaching Church. Whoever believes that Bergoglian norms and reforms are motivated by right purposes and are aimed at the good of the ecclesial body is over the moon. If you have the intellectual honesty to recognize that the purpose of these innovations is the demolition of the Catholic Church and the tyrannical concentration of power, you will understand their full coherence and effectiveness. Submitting the prelates to a court composed of laity appointed by the main tenant of Santa Marta means subtracting jurisdiction from the pastors to concentrate it on an individual under the guise of democracy, collegiality and participation of the laity in the government of the Church. Here we have a cunning paradox: Bergoglio imposes seemingly democratic reforms contrary to the monarchical constitution of the Church of Christ with the sole purpose of dividing and taking on all the power that he himself claims to want to combat. Through this move, he monopolizes power to punish or absolve whoever he wants, thus guaranteeing the subjection of the courtiers and promoting a curia of flatterers and corrupt bribes.

Omne regnum divisum against se desolabitur: et omnis civitas vel domus divisa against se, non stabit (Mt. 12, 25).

+ Carlo Maria Viganò
"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre

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