+ Bishop Athanasius Schneider responds to Archbishop Vigano Letter

It is a rare and an extremely grave fact in Church History that a bishop accuses publicly and specifically a reigning Pope. In a recently published document (from August 22, 2018) Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò testifies, that since five years, Pope Francis had known two facts: that Cardinal Theodor McCarrick committed sex offenses against seminarians and against his subordinates, and that there are sanctions, which Pope Benedict XVI imposed on him. Furthermore, Archbishop Viganò confirmed his statement by a sacred oath invoking the name of God. There is, therefore, no reasonable and plausible cause to doubt the truth content of the document of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.. (Read the rest here)
Bishop Athanasius Schneider
+ Bishop Athanasius Schneider
Auxiliary Bishop of Astana, Kazakhstan
and titular bishop of Celerina.

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