RIVETING INTERVIEW by Dr. Taylor Marshall: McCarrick’s Victim Speaks Out on McCarrick and St Gallen with James Grein

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By Dr Taylor Marshall, Youtube, Dec 5, 2018


What is the connection between the St Gallen Mafia meeting in Switzerland and the early studies of ex Cardinal Theodore McCarrick in Sankt Gallen Switzerland? Informed Catholics know that the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the election of Pope Francis were tied to the Saint Gallen Mafia, but McCarrick’s victim James Grein breaks open the story. Dr Taylor Marshall interviews “James” Grein from the New York Times story, and reveals how the young Theodore McCarrick made connections with his family in Sankt Gallen Switzerland and how this event shaped McCarrick’s ecclesiastical career and the movement against Pope Benedict XVI with his eventual resignation. Archbishop Vigano’s testimony and the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI make sense now in light of this discovery of McCarrick’s historic connection with the city of Sankt Gallen Switzerland. James Grein also explains the importance of McCarrick as a fundraiser and the importance of the Vatican Bank in the pontificate of John Paul II. If you are interested in the resignation of Pope Benedict and the unusual election of Pope Francis, you must see this video to connect the dots.

Three recommended videos related to this one:

📺 Why did Pope Benedict Resign? Vigano and the Vatican Bank: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q2HS… 📺What is the Saint Gallen Mafia and Who is in it?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Shn1z… 📺Against the Mega-Diocese – We we need more (not less) bishops: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vii7b…

Dr Taylor Marshall is the best-selling Catholic author of The Crucified Rabbi, The Eternal City, and Sword and Serpent. He produces weekly Youtube videos (usually published 12pm Central). Please click “Subscribe” button to receive future interviews and conversations.