Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Cardinal Cottier Sees the Anger of Satan in Vaticanleaks
As regards self-destructive powers in the Church and in the Vatican: Satan is angry, because the Church is alive. A further chapter of "Vatican Leaks" turns. by Armin Schwibach
Rome (kath.net/as) "Benedict XVI is the structural pillar": the newspaper of the Italian Bishops' Conference, "Avvenire" entitled its interview on the 21st of February with the former theologian of the Papal House, George Cardinal Cottier (90). In his address before the Consistory last week the Cardinal expressed himself on the most recent scandal in the wake of "leaks", through a confidential document from various posts of the Roman Curia were to the outside.
Although it seemed that the problems were solved primarily by the security services of the Vatican, the problem and those responsible have been identified, and the story of "Vatican Leaks" will have a sequen this Wednesday on the 22nd of February. The TV channel "La7", which three weeks ago had broken the story of a letter with revelations of the former Secretary of the Governorate of the Vatican City State, and today's Nuncio to the United States, Carlo Maria Vigano', and his criticism of "corruptoin", he ascribed in the Vatican, will now interview one of the moles in the Vatican.
As far as this, the mole has also to disclose the motives of the "spies" and their number, which is given in total about 20. What is clearly brought to the fore is that this is not the result of a "media campaign" but that the colleagues of the Pope in the Curia break their oaths of office and wage their own campaigns in the media.[!] Why is this happening? From anger or tedium, this is what the "mole" says in an interview with the show "Gli INtoccabili" (The Untouchables).
Probably it goes perhaps something more of what Cardinal Cottier pointed out in his interview with "Avvenire". Benedict XVI does not allow himself to be daunted by the thunder storm and flood, which has the intention to shake the Church, because: he knows that the foundation will outlast the superficiality of this aspect. Cottier had already considered the events of the last weeks during the days of the Consistorium and has contended with other Cardinals about it.
On this he has observed that he had not been the only one to have had these thoughts: "In the past travails around the Church the work of Satan can be seen. In the sense: If the Church were only asleep in mediocrity or only concerned with intrigues and rivalries, the devil would not have much to do with it. If he is interested in causing much disruption, that means that there is a vitaility in the Church, which Satan wants to oppose. And this vitality is the power of the Faith, it is the Christian life, which advances all over the world these days."
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