With its hosting of a health conference featuring pro-abortion figures such as Chelsea Clinton, population control advocate Jane Goodall, a New Age activist, Dr. Anthony Fauci and developers of vaccines using fetal cells, the Vatican has betrayed the church’s mission, charged Roman Catholic Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a former papal ambassador to the United States.
“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,” he wrote in a column for LifeSiteNews.
Only two Catholic clergy are among the 114 speakers scheduled for the fifth International Vatican Conference, May 6-8.
Titled “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,” it is hosted by the Pontifical Council for Culture, the Cura Foundation, the Science and Faith Foundation and Stem for Life.
Vigano said Fauci’s “scandalous conflicts of interest did not prevent him from taking over the management of the pandemic in the United States. Chelsea Clinton, he noted, is a “staunch abortion advocate.”
Others speakers are New Age guru Deepak Chopra, the CEOs of Pfizer and Moderna, representatives of Big Tech and, wrote Vigano, “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,” he wrote.
In January, Viganò declared in an interview that practicing Catholic Joe Biden’s ties to China and his globalist policies would make him an “irreparable disaster” as president. Last October, Vigano wrote an open letter to President Trump warning the president is “the final garrison” against the “Great Reset,” a plan by the World Economic Forum to use the coronavirus pandemic to advance globalism.
The archbishop said the May event is “the umpteenth scandalous confirmation of a disturbing departure” of the Vatican “from Catholic orthodoxy.”
The archbishop referred to the hierarchy that made Jorge Mario Bergoglio the pope as the “deep church.”
“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,” Vigano said.
He noted the speakers support a “globalist ideology” that backs abortion, the use of fetal material in research, demographic decline, the LGBT agenda and the “narrative of Covid and the so-called vaccines.”
He pointed out that among the organizers of the event is the Stem for Life Foundation, which describes itself as “a nonsectarian, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization focused on creating a movement to accelerate development of cell therapies.”
The image used to promote the event is significant, the archbishop said, 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,'” Vigano said.
The conference, he contined, “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.”
In March, Pope Francis warned that if humanity fails to turn the tide of “global warming,” it may experience a second “great flood.
Last year, he told a gathering at the Vatican it’s clear that climate change is to blame for a number of humanity’s social ills.
In June 2015, Francis issued an encyclical, his second, on climate titled “Laudato Si,” or “Praise be to you my Lord.” He attributed global warming to human activity and accused the global market of plundering the Earth at the expense of the poor. He followed up with guidance that included calling on Catholics to divest themselves of investments in fossil fuel companies.
In his third encyclical, in 2020, he declared the coronavirus pandemic proved that the “magic theories” of market capitalism have failed and the world needs new systems that promote equality and unity.
Francis asserted it should be clear that it is not enough to “refine” existing systems.
He charged that the “perverse” global economic system keeps the poor on the margins while enriching the few.
He opposes a right to property for individuals, contending a “social purpose” and common good must come from sharing the Earth’s resources.
In November 2018, as WND reported, progressive filmmaker Michael Moore claimed Francis told him capitalism is a sin and urged Moore to continue making his left-leaning documentaries.
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