Progressive Bishop who Celebrated the Wedding of a Masonic Grand Master and read from the Gnostic Gospel, Was Appointed President of the Episcopal Conference of Italy

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Article by Leo Zagami

On 24 May 2022, Matteo Maria Zuppi the Ultra-Progressive Archbishop of Bologna who is a close confidant of Pope Francis was appointed President of the Episcopal Conference of Italy. Zuppi, Archbishop of Bologna since December 12, 2015, was raised by Pope Francis to the rank of Cardinal in October 2019 after contributing with an introduction to the Italian translation of the book Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter into a Relationship of Respect, Compassion, and Sensitivity, originally published in English in 2017 by the known Jesuit priest and LGBTQ activist James Martin, editor-at-large of the influential Jesuit magazine America who advocates for wider Catholic acceptance of the said Community and gay priest. His outreach has taken him on a speaking tour that included a private audience with Pope Francis.

In Building a Bridge, (Un ponte da costruire), Archbishop Zuppi wrote that it was “useful for encouraging dialogue, as well as reciprocal knowledge and understanding, in view of a new pastoral attitude that we must seek together with our L.G.B.T. brothers and sisters” and that it will “help L.G.B.T. Catholics feel more at home in what is, after all, their church”.

But Matteo Maria Zuppi is not only supporting the controversial “homoheresy,” suggesting that the church welcomes LGBT members, but he has also celebrated the wedding of Gioele Magaldi, Grand Master of the Masonic Obedience Grande Oriente Democratico (Great Democratic Orient), who not only told the journalist of the Italian newspaper IL TEMPO: “among the cardinals the one I respect most is Matteo Zuppi, who among other things married me. He would be a very good Pope.”[1] But he also bragged in front of me and other Masons that he had Zuppi read an extract from a gnostic gospel from the pulpit during the ceremony. Gnosticism has been condemned as a heresy by the Catholic Church very early in the history of the church and even Pope Francis condemned the threat of Gnosticism within the Church.

In Chapter 2 of Gaudete et Exsultate, an apostolic exhortation released in March 2018, Francis clearly explained that Christians through the centuries have been tempted by these false paths, openly criticizing “Gnosticism and Pelagianism.” At the time, Francis seemed to consider Gnosticism as one of the most sinister ideologies, but, of course, that was only for the public.

Pope Francis has elevated to the prestigious rank of President of the Episcopal Conference of Italy, somebody who not only celebrated the wedding of Gioele Magaldi, a known Freemason who converted to Catholicism in one day, going from the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Communion, Confession, to Marriage, in a very unusual proceeding, but he also indulged Magaldi by publicly reading an extract from the Gnostic Gospels discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt during his wedding.

Cardinal Matteo Maria Zuppi also had a central role last year at the G20 Interfaith Forum 2021 organized by the Vatican and various Freemasons working towards a One World Religion.

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