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By Stephen Wynne, Church Militant, November 6, 2019
Daughter of lay Vatican official vanished in 1983
VATICAN CITY (ChurchMilitant.com) – Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò is shedding new light on the disappearance of Emmanuela Orlandi, the daughter of a lay Vatican Bank official, who on the evening of June 22, 1983, vanished after leaving her home inside Vatican City to attend a music lesson across the Tiber.
In a Nov. 1 interview, Italian journalist Aldo Maria Valli asked the Vatican whistleblower to recount his experience of the case.
At that time, Viganò, a member of the Vatican diplomatic corps, was stationed at the Secretariat of State. He told Valli that not long after Orlandi’s disappearance, he was contacted by Fr. Romeo Panciroli, director of the Vatican Press Office, who notified him that Orlandi had been kidnapped and that specific demands were being set for her return.
“It was about 8 p.m., or perhaps later, when I received a phone call from Fr. Romeo Panciroli … who announced that an anonymous phone call [said] that Emanuela Orlandi had been kidnapped,” Viganò recalled. “Father Panciroli told me that he would immediately fax me a text with the contents of the call.”
The caller “stated that Emanuela Orlandi was held by them and that her release was linked to a request, the fulfillment of which did not necessarily depend on the will of the Holy See,” the archbishop continued. “It was a message formulated in precise and well-constructed terms.” ….
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