Moynihan Letter #65, 2019: Viganò on Francis and Mary

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By Dr. Robert Moynihan, PhD, Moynihan Letters, Dec. 19, 2019

For a long time I have held my peace,

    I have kept still and restrained myself;

now I will cry out like a woman in travail

They shall be turned back and utterly put to shame,

    who trust in graven images,

who say to molten images,

    ‘You are our gods.’”

— The Prophet Isaiah, 42:14 and 17

robertMoynihanPHd3Viganò Looks Toward the Triumph of Mary’s Immaculate Heart — and Calls on the Faithful to Form a “Common Front” against “Il Maligno” (“The Evil One”)

The words above (at the top) are part of a longer passage from the prophet Isaiah, 42:5-17, cited by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, 78, at the outset of a new essay entitled “An Act of Accusation against Pope Francis and of Love for the Church” published this morning in Italy in Italian on the Italian website Corrispondenza Romana (link).

The Corrispondenza Romana site is directed by Italian Catholic historian Dr. Roberto de Mattei; de Mattei has been in contact with Viganò in recent weeks.

The text was also published in a slightly condensed form on Italian journalist Marco Tosatti‘s website, Stilum Curiae.

Also, American journalist Diane Montagna — author of an interesting book-length interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider (link) — has published this morning an English-language summary of Viganò’s essay on the LifeSiteNews website, promising a complete English translation later today. (I plan to send out the complete text when that translation is posted…)  ….

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