Viganò: Holy See Making Itself the Servant of the New World Order

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Brendan brought this to our attention saying, “When Archbishop Vigano lets fly, he tends not to miss and hit the wall….”


While Bartholomew is busy feathering his nest with a trusted few (oh, joy, we have a new metropolitan over the Halki Theological School and Monastery closed down by Turkey in 1971), the truth we’ve been telling you about since 2016 is now coming to fruition.  My first reaction:  “Oh, good, we can take down Francis with the rest of them.”   Mrs. M

Viganò on Vatican ‘health’ conference with Fauci: Holy See is ‘making itself the servant of the New World Order’

April 20, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – From May 6-8, 2021, the fifth International Vatican Conference will take place, entitled Exploring the Mind, Body & Soul. Unite to Prevent & Unite to Cure. A Global Health Care Initiative: How Innovation and Novel Delivery Systems Improve Human Health. The event is being hosted by the Pontifical Council for Culture, the Cura Foundation, the Science and Faith Foundation, and Stem for Life.

Michael Haynes of LifeSiteNews has reported (here) on the topics to be addressed and the participants, including the infamous Anthony Fauci, whose scandalous conflicts of interest did not prevent him from taking over the management of the pandemic in the United States; Chelsea Clinton, a follower of the Church of Satan and a staunch abortion advocate; the New Age guru Deepak Chopra; Dame Jane Goodall, environmentalist and chimpanzee expert; the CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna; representatives of Big Tech; and a whole slew of abortionists, Malthusians, and globalists known to the general public. The conference has recruited five prominent journalists to be moderators, who are exclusively from left-wing media outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, CBS and Forbes.

This Conference – along with the Council for Inclusive Capitalism of Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the Global Compact on Education, and the inter-religious Pantheon to be held in June in Astana, Kazakhstan – is the umpteenth scandalous confirmation of a disturbing departure of the current Hierarchy, and in particular its highest Roman members, from Catholic orthodoxy. The Holy See has deliberately renounced the supernatural mission of the Church, making itself the servant of the New World Order and Masonic globalism in an antichristic counter-magisterium. The same Roman Dicasteries, occupied by people ideologically aligned with Jorge Mario Bergoglio and protected and promoted by him, now continue unrestrained in their implacable work of demolishing Faith, Morals, ecclesiastical discipline, and monastic and religious life, in an effort as vain as it is unprecedented to transform the Bride of Christ into a philanthropic association enslaved to the Strong Powers. The result is the super-imposition over the true Church of a sect of heretical and depraved Modernists who are intent on legitimizing adultery, sodomy, abortion, euthanasia, idolatry, and any perversion of the intellect and will. The true Church is now eclipsed, denied and discredited by her very Pastors, betrayed even by the one who occupies the highest Throne.

The fact that the deep church has managed to elect its own member so as to carry out this infernal plan in agreement with the deep state is no longer a mere suspicion, but a phenomenon which it is now essential to ask questions about and shed light on. The submission of the Cathedra veritatis to the interests of the Masonic elite is manifesting itself in all its evidence, in the deafening silence of the Sacred Pastors and in the bewilderment of the People of God, who have been abandoned to themselves.

Further demonstration of this degenerate libido serviendi of the Vatican towards the globalist ideology is the choice of speakers to give testimonials and lectures: supporters of abortion, of the use of fetal material in research, of demographic decline, of the pan-sexual LGBT agenda, and last but not least, of the narrative of Covid and the so-called vaccines. Cardinal Ravasi, the President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, is certainly one of the leading representatives of the deep church and Modernist progressivism, as well as an advocate of dialogue with the infamous Masonic sect and a promoter of the famous Courtyard of the Gentiles. It is therefore not surprising that included among the organizers of the event is the Stem for Life Foundation, which proudly defines itself as “a nonsectarian, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization focused on creating a movement to accelerate development of cell therapies.”

On closer inspection, the sectarianism and partisanship of the Vatican Conference are made evident by the topic it addresses, the conclusions it seeks to draw, its participants, and its sponsors. Even the image chosen to promote the Conference is extremely eloquent: a close-up of Michelangelo’s fresco of Creation on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, in which the hand of God the Father reaches out towards the hand of Adam, but with both hands covered by disposable surgical gloves, recalling the regulations of the new “health liturgy” and implying that even the Lord Himself might spread the virus.

In this sacrilegious representation, the order of Creation is subverted into therapeutic anti-creation, in which man saves himself and becomes the mad author of his own health “redemption.” Instead of the purifying laver of Baptism, the Covid religion proposes the vaccine, the bearer of disabilities and death, as the only means of salvation. Instead of Faith in the Revelation of God, we find superstition and the irrational assent to precepts that have nothing scientific about them, with rites and liturgies that mimic true Religion in a sacrilegious parody.

This choice of imagery has an aberrant and blasphemous ring to it, because it uses a well-known and evocative image to insinuate and promote a false and tendentious narrative that says that in the presence of a seasonal flu, whose virus has still not been isolated according to Koch’s postulates (here) and that can be effectively cured using existing treatments, it is necessary to administer vaccines that are admitted to be ineffective and that are still in the experimentation phase, with unknown side-effects, and whose producers have obtained a criminal shield of immunity for their distribution. The victims immolated on the altar of the health Moloch, from children dismembered in the third month of pregnancy in order to produce the gene serum to the thousands of people who have been killed or maimed, do not stop the infernal machine of Big Pharma, and it is to be feared that there will be a resurgence of the phenomenon over the next few months.

One wonders if Bergoglio’s zeal for the dissemination of the gene serum is not also motivated by base economic reasons, as compensation for the losses suffered by the Vatican and the Dioceses following the lockdown and the collapse of attendance by the faithful at Mass and the Sacraments. On the other hand, if Rome’s silence about the violation of human and religious rights in China has been paid for by the Beijing dictatorship with substantial prebends, nothing prevents the replication of this scheme on a large scale in exchange for the Vatican’s promotion of the vaccines.

The Conference will obviously take great care not to mention even indirectly the perennial teaching of the Magisterium on moral and doctrinal questions of the greatest importance. Conversely, the sycophantic praise of the worldly mentality and the prevailing ideology will be the only voice, along with the amorphous ecumenical repertoire inspired by the New Age.

I note that in 2003 the same Pontifical Council for Culture condemned yoga meditation and, more generally, New Age thought as being incompatible with the Catholic faith. According to the Vatican document, New Age thought “shares with a number of internationally influential groups the goal of superseding or transcending particular religions in order to create space for a universal religion which could unite humanity. Closely related to this is a very concerted effort on the part of many institutions to invent a Global Ethic, an ethical framework which would reflect the global nature of contemporary culture, economics and politics. Further, the politicization of ecological questions certainly colors the whole question of the Gaia hypothesis or worship of mother earth” (2.5). It goes without saying that the pagan ceremonies with which Saint Peter’s Basilica was profaned in honor of the pachamama idol fit perfectly into that “politicization of ecological questions” denounced by the 2003 Vatican document, and which today is instead promoted sine glossa by the so-called Bergoglian magisterium, beginning with Laudato Sì and Fratelli Tutti.

At La Salette, Our Lady warned us: “Rome will lose the Faith and become the seat of the Antichrist.” It will not be the Holy Church, indefectible by the promises of Christ, that will lose the Faith: it will be the sect that occupies the See of Most Blessed Peter and which today we see propagating the anti-gospel of the New World Order. It is no longer possible to remain silent, because today our silence would make us accomplices of the enemies of God and of the human race. Millions of faithful are disgusted by the countless scandals of the Pastors, by the betrayal of their mission, by the desertion of those who by Holy Orders are called to bear witness to the Holy Gospel and not to support the establishment of the kingdom of the Antichrist.

I beg my Brothers in the Episcopate, priests, religious, and in a particular way the faithful laity who see themselves being betrayed by the Hierarchy, to raise their voices so as to express with a spirit of true obedience to Our Lord, Head of the Mystical Body, a firm and courageous denunciation of this apostasy and its authors. I invite everyone to pray that the Divine Majesty may be moved to compassion and intervene in our aid. May the Most Holy Virgin, terribilis ut castrorum acies ordinata, intercede before the Throne of God, compensating with Her merits for the unworthiness of Her children who invoke Her with the glorious title of Auxilium Christianorum.

+ Carlo Maria Viganò, Archbishop

20 April 2021
Feria Tertia infra Hebdomadam II
post Octavam Paschae


  1. Jane Tzilvelis says

    Disgusting. Fur this moment in time, stay away from churches. They are filled with filth.

    • Are you roman catholic? If so come home to Orthodoxy.

      • Ilya M Zhitomirskiy says

        Speaking of that, what would it take for Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò to become Orthodox?

        • Considering that he thinks his infallible Pope is serving the antichrist and still hasn’t put 2 and 2 together… nothing short of a miracle.

          The most traditional RCs are the most difficult to convert because, unlike the Novus Ordo people, they actually do think that we are heretics, a sentiment I can appreciate, since they actually believe in the truth of their dogmas.

          • George Michalopulos says

            Indeed, that’s our conundrum when dealing with the Tradcats as well. As much as I enjoy their critique, at the end of the day, Catholicism is structured around the figure of the Pope when you get right down to it.

            • Exactly, which makes the basis of the existence of trad groups like FSSPX extremely counterintuitive, not to mention the sedevacantist movement, which really makes no sense. A former sede actually wrote a book about how sedevacantist ecclesiology proves the truth of Orthodoxy. I haven’t read it, but do know that the author later converted to our faith.

          • He sees the tree with the poisoned fruit
            but has not, as yet, located the root.

          • Right, and the Roman Catholics get themselves in this situation by asserting things like the novel dogma of “papal infallibility,” and then when you have a leftist Pope who is off the rails, well you’re then sort of stuck. The “sede vacantists” make no sense from a RC standpoint since, if you fully believe in the RC Church and its “doctrine development” over the years, and believe in the novel dogma of “papal infallibility,” well then you can’t just claim that “this doesn’t apply” when a Pope that you don’t like comes along.

            I grew up in a fairly Catholic part of the country and have known many wonderful Roman Catholics over the years. Sad to say, though, so many RC’s have it grilled into them from a very young age that the Church and salvation simply do not occur outside of the Pope of Rome’s jurisdiction.

            So while they may look at Eastern Orthodox Christians as interesting museum pieces and may honor the beliefs, traditions, and liturgies/services that we keep, for many Roman Catholics it’s just too much for them to get past the fact that we are not jurisdictionally under the Pope of Rome. Many RC’s do see that as a deal-breaker, more or less a non-starter. It’s very hard to get past this roadblock for some RC’s. I imagine that this phenomenon is true for Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.

            Plus, he may be similar to those traditional Anglicans who thought it more virtuous to go down with the ECUSA sinking ship than to bail and go elsewhere, or to those current Orthodox Christians in jurisdictions like the GOA or C’ple who feel it’s more virtuous to stay there for now, for whatever reason. It’s not right to judge them for these decisions – each man must decide for himself his own process of how to approach Christ.

            • Dad_in_FL says

              Re: ” if you fully believe in the RC Church and its “doctrine development” over the years, and believe in the novel dogma of “papal infallibility,” well then you can’t just claim that “this doesn’t apply” when a Pope that you don’t like comes along.”

              I have always been (and am still) fairly ignorant of the teachings and nuances of the RC church. As a life long Protestant, one of the reasons I scoffed at the RC church was this notion of papal infallibility. Over the past couple of years I’ve started to understand that this applies in only rare circumstances and only when a sitting Pope is issuing an “ex cathedra declaration”, which hasn’t happened since 1950. Is that correct? You seem to understand the RC church far better than I do and are implying that papal infallibility is far broader and more commonly relied upon?

              Just looking to further my education regarding our long lost cousins.

              • People seem to feel the Papal Infallibility thing is an opportunity to pronounce new ideas and doctrines. I’ve come to understand it as a sort of circular argument.

                For example: if the Pope speaks true doctrine then he is infallible.

                This is true of anyone who speaks the truth. If you speak the truth than what you say is infallible. However if what you say is wrong then it is wrong. This is how an Orthodox Christian understands what anyone says. Your Bishop may say something but if it is outside the Church it is wrong and you have no obligation to receive it. However if what he says is within the Church then you must be obedient to your Bishop. That said what you cannot do is go into scism no matter how much you dislike your bishop. That would make you a Protestant.

              • There are many caricatures of Roman Catholicism that are shared even by many of its members. The (not actually Roman Catholic) idea of papal infallibility is one of them. What you have written here about their belief in his infallibility only when he speaks “ex cathedra” (a very rare occurrence) is correct in terms of their official teaching.

                In July 2005 Pope Benedict XVI stated during an impromptu address to priests in Aosta that: “The Pope is not an oracle; he is infallible in very rare situations, as we know.” Pope John XXIII once remarked: “I am only infallible if I speak infallibly but I shall never do that, so I am not infallible.”

                Roman Catholics do, however, believe that one must “be in union with the holy father” (the pope) in order to be in the Church. Interestingly, many of our “Orthodox” brethren share this view when it comes to the ‘Ecumenical Patriarch.’ Both are relics of better times when the orthodoxy of those who held these offices was unquestionable, and both only came to be held more or less dogmatically in relatively recent times (1870 officially in the case of Rome and by popular Hellenistic belief in the case of Constantinople).

              • That is correct regarding papal infallibility. However, the other papal dogma is that of papal supremacy, which states that even when the pope is not issuing infallible dogmatic decrees, he has supreme ordinary immediate authority over every aspect of Catholic discipline and governance. (“Ordinary” meaning normative, i.e., the authority of the bishop of the diocese, and “immediate” meaning direct, un-mediated). The liturgy celebrated in every Catholic parish was promulgated by the Pope; the canon law of the Church (which affects things like how the Church’s marriage discipline is administered) is legislated directly by the Pope; the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which is an authoritative expression, in great detail, of the faith that is to be believed by every Catholic, was published by the authority of the Pope; almost every bishop (certainly every bishop in the United States) is appointed directly by the Pope, and the Pope has the authority to depose any bishop (though when he sacks one of them, it is customary for the bishop to be allowed to resign). Universal ordinary jurisdiction is what allows the Pope to run the Church in a very centralized manner. It affects every aspect of Roman Catholic life either directly or indirectly.

                • In the Catechism of John Hamilton
                  (Archbishop of St Andrews, Primate of Scotland: published 1552),
                  the words Pope and Rome appear nowhere in the text.
                  In my edition, they are in a preface written by W E Gladstone,
                  in which the Grand Old Man expresses surprise at their absence.

  2. Hierarch of SOC: The head of Phanar
    has no power in Orthodoxy

    ‘ Archbishop Jovan believes that Patriarch Bartholomew has only the primacy of honor, but not the primacy of power in Orthodoxy.

    Archbishop of Ohrid of the Serbian Orthodox Church Jovan (Vraniskovski), who heads the Ohrid See of the SOC in North Macedonia, believes that the Patriarch of Constantinople does not have power in the Orthodox Church, but only has “primacy of honor”, RIA reports.

    According to Vladyka Jovan, “Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople does not have the right to absolute primacy in the Orthodox world,” since “this does not correspond to the doctrine of the Church.” …

    He stressed that “the Ecumenical Patriarch is not elected by the entire Orthodox Church, but only by the Synod of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. And for this reason, he cannot be “the first without equals”, but simply the first among equals, as we recognize him.” … ‘

    The EP is not even the first in time. There was a bishop in Jerusalem
    before there was ever one in Byzantium, never mind Constantinople.

    • More and more bishops have been speaking up against Constantinople. The EP has no friends within Orthodoxy other than the sycophants in his own Patriarchate (this doesn’t include all priests/monastics in the diaspora), and some ethnocentric Greeks. The gig is up for him, he has overplayed his hand.

      If this culminates in his official excommunication and anathematization in November by the Church of Russia, I don’t think anyone (other than the above mentioned), will be running to his aid. If Patriarch Theodore sides with Pat. Bartholomew he risks losing vast swaths of his patriarchate in Africa (outside of the tiny Greek minority in Egypt). The same can be said for the Churches of Greece & Cyprus..there is nothing to be gained by going along with the charades of Constantinople.

  3. Austin Martin says

    Catholicism has always been entirely carnal and secular ever since they apostatized from the Church. This is just the manifestation of something centuries in the making.

    • The roman catholic church is the next domino to fall. Many of us whitnessed the same collapse in Protestantism. It is like history is running backwards. Now we in the True Church are facing apostacy and betrayal and yet only in the True Church are the means to deal with it and hold fast to the Rock that is Christ no matter how bad things get.

      While we have a common history with the rcc ending with their departure a thousand years ago and those who hold fast to the rcc seem to be rediscovering that herritage, they are still held captive by the scourge of scholasticism and dogmatizing the pope. Like the Continuing Anglicans cannot get past the 1920 Book of Common Prayer those who remain faithful to the rcc no matter what will remain captive to a thousand years of innovation and error.

      Never the less I am hopeful a real healing of the schism will occur. It will not be the false union of Frank and +Bartholemew, but a humble and real unity with an rc pope who has lost Rome. Perhaps Vigano will be that pope when the dust settles.

      God only knows what trials await us to burn our vanity and pride away so that all that matters is our love for Him.

    • Jane Tzilvelis says

      With the Covid pandemic we have witnessed (in the West), a theologization of medicine and a medicalization of religion. As for religion, the author and accomplice is Pope Bergoglio, with his clerical masks, digital masses, sterilized holy waters, virtual sacraments and ecclesiastical distancing.

  4. Truly sad. The Roman church really is a sinking ship isn’t it? Thank God for this man and all like him who are trying to hold onto the faith, despite their highest authority being their greatest enemy.

    But this is why I’m so adamant that we have to be careful in the Orthodox Church. Do we really think this can’t be us at some point? At this point Patr. Bartholemew seems to be a lost cause. And overwhelming majority of our clergy worldwide have bought the covid narrative, hook, line and sinker. They either truly believe the lies, and have made no effort to research, on their own, alternative views which could dispose of their fears, or they are so afraid of the arm of the government that they dare not resist. Neither seems great to me.

    And here’s the thing: I’ve been hearing for a year how we need to be obedient to our bishops, even if they’re doing something we don’t like. But what about these Roman faithful? They have a greater veneration for the papacy that anything we know in the Orthodox Church, even if, as we believe, it is misplaced. Can it be any less hard for them to denounce their pope? I’s The Pope! Yet they are still recognizing that it’s the faithful on the ground who are/will keep the faith alive.

    I don’t doubt at all this could be us eventually. The difference, as I see it, is that since we don’t have a single head the way the Romans do, it will simply take longer. Here in America we are seeing our rights eroded despite the fact that we have a massive, multifaceted government, with all it’s “checks and balances.” It’s already completely unrecognizable from what we had when it started. What will it look like in 50 more years? 100 years? The Orthodox Church CAN follow a similar course, and if we are not careful, I have no doubt we will. Lord have mercy on us.

    • With regards to Rome the old adage “absolute power corrupts absolutely” comes to mind.

      The Roman church really is a sinking ship isn’t it?

      That has been going on for a long time, but it accelerated at Vatican II. The council destroyed the liturgy (at least as it was known since the Middle Ages) and destroyed the faith of millions of catholics around the world. My great grandma was the only one, as far as I know, to have Last Rites, the rest of my family either lost the faith or switched faiths.

      What we are seeing now is just a natural outflowing of what happened not at Vatican II, but, when the Latins left the Church. Vatican II was a symptom, not the cause, much like what is happening in Rome now with this mess and with pachamama last year is a symptom of what happens when you cut yourself off from the Grace of the Church

  5. Completely unsurprising.

    roman catholicism is built on centuries of forgeries (i.e Donation of Constantine, etc) and false teachings. After removing itself from the True Church, it has slowly but surely withered on the vine. We are now seeing the end results of that.

    If there is any good news it is that Pope Francis and modern roman catholicism in general has been the best evangelizer than Orthodoxy could ask for. Droves of roman catholics, myself included, have been converting to Orthodoxy, so much that Taylor Marshall and other Catholic “apologists” have been obsessing over it. The cognitive dissonance that one has to have to remain RC is starting to break up.

    Vigano is right about the rot within the Vatican, but, the solution is not the correct one. You cannot fix something that cannot be fixed. Centuries of apostasy, false doctrines (culminating with Vatican 1) have made roman catholicism irreparable. The best catholics can do is come to the True Church, the Orthodox Catholic Church.

  6. Side note, wanted to pass this info along. Orthodox Christians for Life has started back up and now they have a program set up for individual parishes:


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