Results from Tag: 'carlo vigano'
COMMENTARY: His resignation Oct. 12 was due more than anything else to the fact that his priests didn’t believe he was telling the truth about Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.
COMMENTARY: Whatever report the Secretariat of State will produce is now the key to whether the archbishop’s questions are resolved, or become even more contested.
Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens was part of a team charged with reviewing Archbishop John Nienstedt’s handling of clerical sexual abuse allegations in the archdiocese, and investigating allegations of sexual misconduct toward seminarians on the archbishop’s part.
The Aug. 27 statement of the Archbishop of Galveston-Houston was in response to a letter released by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, apostolic nuncio emeritus to the US, over the weekend.
Archbishop Carlo Viganò, the former Vatican ambassador to the U.S., claimed in an Aug. 25 statement that the disgraced archbishop was directed by the Vatican in 2009 or 2010 to discontinue living in a seminary, among other restrictions.