Don Giancarlo Dessì indicated amongst the members of the Lodge Armando Corona No.5
On the island of Sardinia,the second-largest in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus), the Catholic church is being now forced into a public dialogue with Freemasonry after the recent nomination of the controversial priest, Don Giancarlo Dessì, as the pastoral guide of the Parish of Segariu. Dessì was exposed by the local media back in 2016 as a Freemason of Lodge Armando Corona No.5 of the irregular Gran Loggia Italiana di Rito Scozzese Antico e Accettato while he was the Parish priest of another town. This accusation was made with photos and documents that prove beyond any doubt his initiation, and even an official confirmation in 2018 by his lodge secretary.
The convocations are signed by the secretary of the lodge, who confirmed to the Italian media last year, with a handwritten statement on each of the documents in question, the regularity of the documents.
He writes: “I, the underwritten Guido Asuni, former secretary of the Corona lodge attest that the priest Don Giancarlo Dessì, parish priest of Mandas, was initiated as a Masonic brother on the 21st July 2014.”
At this point, many Sardinian Catholics who ignore the current infiltration of the Holy See by Liberal Freemasons since the Second Vatican Council are starting to wonder why Don Giancarlo Dessì is still an active priest, or if the time we are living in has changed so much that now the two institutions can sit side by side and finally talk publicly about their ”secret” love affair. Maybe they should understand that these are the same irregular Freemasons who have been working hand in hand with the Jesuits to destroy the Catholic Church since the Second Vatican Council.
Sardinia has played an important role in the establishment of Gladio, and the lodge where Don Giancarlo Dessì was initiated is dedicated to Armando Corona, who was the Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy after the P2 scandal erupted in the early 80s, and a close friend of Freemason Flavio Carboni. He was, perhaps, the key figure in the final stages of Freemason Roberto Calvi’s life, the Italian banker dubbed “God’s Banker” because of his work with the Vatican and the infamous P2 lodge, who was found hanging from scaffolding beneath Blackfriars Bridge in London on June 18th, 1982 with his pockets stuffed with bricks and more than £10,000 in cash on him. In the months before his death, he had been accused of stealing millions being laundered by the Vatican for the Mafia, who eventually killed him on behalf of Ellie de Rothschild, who financed the cruel revenge operation secretly supported by Licio Gelli, the puppet master of the P2.
Interestingly enough, after the murder of Roberto Calvi, there was the promulgation by the Church of the new Code of Canon Law (1983), that does not mention Freemasonry by name but pushed many Freemasons and journalists to try to explain why the traditional condemnation against Freemasonry was now set aside. The Italian magazine 30 Giorni, close to the Jesuits and Vatican, interviewed Armando Corona during that time, who was the Grand Master of Italy’s main Masonic body.
Corona declared in the interview:“We knew that the word “excommunication” with regard to us would disappear. When the Code was definitively approved, we were very enthused. We received letters from all over the world. Many brothers who had problems in their families because of the excommunication could return in peace to the Institution. There were many new initiations. It was an extraordinary thing: after hundreds of condemnations, Catholics could become Masons without being condemned by the Church.
Local media have claimed that Don Giancarlo Dessì’s direct superior, the powerful Monsignor Arrigo Miglio the Archbishop of Cagliari since February 25, 2012, who is also suspected of being a Mason, initiated a public dialogue between the two institutions. Miglio was President of the Sardinian Episcopal Conference since September 3, 2012, and on September 22, 2013, the Archbishop personally welcomed Pope Francis to the island and accompanied him to all his public appointments.
When the Catholic publication La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana repeatedly questioned the Archdiocese of Cagliari about the affair last year, they received no response . They simply refuse to discuss the affiliation of Don Giancarlo Dessì to the Lodge Armando Corona No.5 and the fact that local Freemasons like the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Italy, Umsoi Gian Franco Pilloni, who has been connected to Licio Gelli in the past, are praising Don Giancarlo Dessì as a hero. Pilloni, who has also secretly converted to Islam, was recently appointed Honorary Grand Master ad Vitam of the Irregular Masonic Grand Lodges American United Assembly and wrote a letter to Pope Francis regarding the dialogue between Freemasonry and the Church.
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