Francis and the Vatican's gay lobby have de facto approved gay pseudo-marriage, Archbishop Viganò wrote on October 22.
Now, he expects the Vatican Press Office to claim that Bergoglio was "misunderstood" and that Francis statement was taken from an old interview, "but the damage has been done.”
According to Viganò, there is a "clique of homosexuals in the [Vatican's] command post” who push Francis to defend "the vice which they share and practice.”
Francis who is “deliberately two-faced and Jesuitical” plays with equivocation and provocation, Viganò explains. Thus, he doesn't openly contradict Catholic doctrine but allows the bishops to do so in order to approve their views later.
The reason for this is to provoke the Catholic Cardinals to accuse him of heresy. Francis could use this as a pretext to expel them and to consolidate his power, Viganó explains.
He believes that Francis wants to reduce all religions into a lowest common denominator, expressed in "solidarity," "environmentalism" and "pacifism," to present himself as a "‘pontiff’ of a new religion." Then, Catholics will be ostracised by society and by Francis' new “church.”
Viganó stresses that Francis' recent inter-religious meeting coincided with the announcement that the 2020 Christmas Midnight Mass is cancelled.
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As it turns out, apparently there isn't a "de facto" approval beyond pro-gay clerics creating one and Francis' enemies gleefully accepting the falsehood created by pro-gay clerics for their own purposes. Both sides agree: who cares what Pope Francis said. Father Homo McFairy loves this mistranslation and Archbishop Francis-Hater also likes it for just the opposite reason.