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Pope Francis faces 'threat of religious coup from traditionalists in Catholic Church'


<b>Pope Francis faces 'threat of religious coup from traditionalists in Catholic Church'</b>When Francis vowed to clean up the Church of paedophile priests, he was charged by his right-wing enemies, including, Benedict, Maria Vigano, Raymond Burke, Steve Bannon, Opus Dei, the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, of tolerating paedophiles and homosexuals in the church. Francis has attempted to thwart corruption in Vatican City, where corporate cash is frequently funnelled to dodge regulations and tax.
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POPE FRANCIS is under threat in the Vatican as his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI – along with the traditionalist wing of the Catholic Church backed by former Donald Trump strategist Steve Bannon – look to undermine his Papacy, according to journalist Wayne Madsen. In 1982, Pope John Paul I, a reformer who had vowed to combat corruption within the Vatican, died mysteriously 33 days only into his papacy. Three archbishops --Marcinkus, Villot and Cody --conspired with three Mafia types --Calvi, Sindona and Gelli --in the murder of John Paul I following the financial scandals involving the Vatican Bank, Banco Ambrosiano, the freemasonry and the mafia. In 2012, Paolo Gabriele, Pope Benedict XVI's personal butler, was jailed by the Vatican for leaking sensitive documents from the papal apartment concerning alleged corruption within the secretive city state. On 28 February 2013, Benedict XVI resigned amid scandals, becoming the first pope to do so in more than 600 years.

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Cathy Vikulchik 2019-10-28 at 17:19

Follow the money.

Why did Pope Benedict XVI resign? - BBC News


In February 2013, Benedict XVI became the first Pope to resign in almost 600 years. Why did he do it?
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Cathy Vikulchik 2019-10-27 at 03:02

Killed in "God's name"?

The Mysterious Death Of Pope John Paul I


Just 33 days into his papacy, Pope John Paul I died under mysterious circumstances. The Vatican claimed he died of a heart attack, but many believe that there was a coverup.
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Cathy Vikulchik 2019-10-27 at 02:58

Calvi, dubbed "God's banker" because of his work with the Vatican, was found hanging from scaffolding beneath Blackfriars bridge in London on 18 June 1982. Bricks had been stuffed in his pockets and he had more than £10,000 in cash on him.

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