Viganò Watch: VVednesday Second Edition

Archbishop Emeritus McCarrick, lower right (Pic Credit: Screen Shot from Catholic Sat)

One More Piece of the McCarrick Puzzle

. . .an eagle-eyed reader observes that retired Bishop Paul Bootkoski of Metuchen said on August 28 that he reported on McCarrick to the Apostolic Nuncio in 2005. . .

. . .Bootkoski released this to rebut Archbishop Vigano’s allegation that he covered up for McCarrick, who was a predecessor in Metuchen, and for whom he was once personal secretary. Here is a photo of the official release. . .

by Rod Dreher

The Track Record Supports the Viganò Testimony – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture
Is This the Biggest Upheaval Since the Reformation? – Fr. James V. Schall S.J., Mrctrnt
Being Frank about Francis – Douglas Farrow Ph.D., The Catholic World Report
An Appeal to the Pope & Explanation Why Our Patience has Run Out! – Steve Ray
Taking The Gay Priest Issue Seriously; Does Pope Francis? – Rod Dreher
“The Innocence of Serpents”: Francis’ Silence is Not Jesus’ Silence  – Jn. Zmirak Ph.D.
Cardinal Wuerl Met with Pope Francis about the Crisis in D.C. Diocese – Dan Burke, CNN
It’s Different Now – Fr. John Hunwicke, Fr Hunwicke’s Mutual Enrichment
A Curious Juxtaposition of Bergoglioisms – Rick Yoder, The Amish Catholic
The Sliming of Kim Davis, & Her Exoneration – Austin Ruse, The Stream
Pope Francis Can’t Afford to Remain Silent – James A. Gagliano, CNN
Despite McCarrick Abuse Claims, State Dept. Leaves Questions Unanswered – The CWR
Most of What the Pope Says & Does is Fallible – Jennifer Roback Morse, The Stream
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