Article by Leo Zagami
While Pope Francis met with Fr. James Martin, SJ, in a private audience in the apostolic palace inside the Vatican yesterday where Martin shared “the joys and hopes, and the griefs and anxieties, of LGBT Catholics and LGBT people worldwide,” something sinister was about to happen behind the Vatican walls. Earlier today, Vatican prosecutors seized documents and electronic devices in a raid executed this morning at the offices of the most senior curial department in an attempt to cover-up some shady deals made with the Italian mob as outlined in my previous article.
According to a statement from the Holy See press office made on October 1st, 2019, the raid in question was conducted at the offices of the general affairs section of the Secretariat of State. The unprecedented action was authorized by the Vatican City court’s Promoter of Justice, Gian Piero Milano, and Adjunct Promoter of Justice, Alessandro Diddi. The documents and devices that were taken are in connection to an investigation following complaints brought last summer by the Institute for Religious Works (IOR) – commonly called the Vatican Bank – and the Office of the Auditor General, concerning a series of financial transactions “carried out over time,” the statement said. This shocking news seems connected with a money-laundering operation carried out by the infamous “Cosa Unica,”the new “Cosa Nostra”that has united the once rivals, the Sicilian and Calabrese Mafia, known as the ‘Ndrangheta.
In the meantime, the Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi, who was put on trial by the Vatican for divulging confidential documents is coming out with a new book promising to reveal “fresh secrets”on the Vatican Bank. Nuzzi, a gatekeeper who has always been working in secret as an undercover Jesuit agent said: “Bergoglio is busy fighting and driving merchants out of the temple.”
So when Gianluigi Nuzzi returns to focus his attention on the Vatican secrets you know something big is about to happen in the Catholic Church. Books on the subject published by Nuzzi include,His Holiness in 2012, which published top- secret documents stolen from Ratzinger a few months before his resignation, and Via Crucis in 2015, which caused various arrests in the Vatican. Nuzzi announced a new unnamed essay in a video on Facebook that will be released in the second half of October that will include:
“So many documents, so many interviews, journeys, insights, inspections, to reveal what happens in the sacred buildings where there is a Pope, Francis, who is busy day after day fighting and driving out the merchants from the temple”.
Should we believe him? Of course not! The guy is part of the problem and a trusted agent of the infamous Jesuits. In the meantime, the Secretariat of State that is the central governing office of the Catholic Church and the Department of the Roman Curia which works closely with the Pope is in turmoil today after the raid conducted at the offices of the general affairs section of the Secretariat of State responsible for the governance of the Vatican City state. Since the promulgation of Pastor Bonus, Pope John Paul II’s 1988 apostolic constitution governing the organization and responsibilities of the Roman Curia, the Secretariat of State has been divided into two sections: the Section for General Affairs and the Section for Relations with States.
The deputy, or sustituto, who must be a bishop, acts as head of the Section for General Affairs, with responsibility for the day-to-day administration of governance for Vatican City, and handles all business not assigned to other curial departments. It also provides direct daily staffing service of the pope, including overseeing the facilitation of appointments within the Roman Curia, and manages relations with all foreign ambassadors accredited to the Holy See. As of November 2017, Pope Francis established a third section of the Secretariat, specifically to oversee the Vatican’s diplomatic corps stationed around the world. Cardinal Pietro Parolin has been the Secretary of State since October 2013. Archbishop Edgar Peña Parra is the current substitute. He was named to the position in 2018.
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