Creating a so-called “new Church” is a centuries-old project of Freemasons that has accelerated under revolution-minded clerics in the last 60 years, according to Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò.
In an interview published on Monday by Dr. Robert Moynihan, founder and editor-in-chief of Inside the Vatican, Viganò echoed the warnings from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI published in April affirming that the current crisis of clerical sex abuse stems from a larger crisis involving widespread efforts to refashion the Catholic Church.
In a previous interview with Moynihan in August, Viganò named the “Jesuits” as key players in a “60-year-old plan” to bring a “new sort of thinking” into the “heart of the Church” that was “little interested in Catholic liturgy or morality or theology.”
In this new interview, Moynihan asks the archbishop if the plan actually dated back even farther to dissident Jesuit theologians and even to the “French Revolution in 1789.”
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