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Saturday, July 15, 2023

Archbishop Viganò Kicked Off Twitter... why?

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Archbishop Viganò Kicked Off Twitter... why?

This morning I received a call from Archbishop Viganò, who informed me that his Twitter account has been suspended. 

Below are His Excellency's most recent tweets. One day he is talking about Schwab, Harari and AI; Cardinal McElroy and LGBTQ; and Vatican II — the next day he's kicked off Twitter... Wonder why? 

vigano tweet1

The translation of the this tweet is here: 

  • Schwab and Harari theorize a politically correct "new bible", written by Al.
  • The UN wants religions to change their doctrines in a woke sense.
  • The EU recommends not to baptize children with Christian names.

What does the Bergoglian sect do?

  • Orders to obey the UN, censoring the Scriptures under the guise of incorrect translations.
  • Change morality by legitimizing gender, LGBTQ, polygamy, divorce, concubinage.
  • Appoints Prefect of the former Holy Office a heretic involved in the cover-up of cases of harassment.
  • Declares that the moral condemnation of Catholics against the vices of sodomites is a "diabolical mystery of the human soul".
  • He claims that he has no intention of "converting young people to Christ".

How much longer does it take for good Catholics - and above all Cardinals, Bishops and priests - to realise that they are governed by a cupola of traitors and renegades, at the orders of the enemies of God and the Church?

vigano tweet2

vigano tweet3 

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