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Abp Vigano urges US bishops to excommunicate pro-aborts (Orthodox bishops Part 15)

Abp Vigano is perfectly correct in calling for the US bishops to excommunicate fake Catholics who are rabidly pro-abort, starting with President Biden and Speaker Pelosi. This is what Canon Law calls for. This is what justice calls for. This is what concern for the souls of these pro-aborts calls for.

The hands-off (or even encouraging) attitude of Pope Francis and many US bishops toward pro-aborts is simply wrong. They have become complicit in this holocaust of the unborn.


Abp. Viganò urges US bishops to excommunicate Joe Biden and other abortion supporters

Archbishop Viganò said that all those who ‘act in politics and institutions to make this slaughter of the innocent possible’ should be excommunicated.

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò

Michael Haynes (LifeSiteNews) — Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, a former papal nuncio to the U.S.A., has urged the American bishops to excommunicate “all those” involved in “politics and institutions” who promote abortion.

In an audio message delivered via The American Report, Archbishop Viganò cited the findings by Judicial Watch that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) purchased organs of babies killed in abortion.

“I learned with horror the news released by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton that the Obama-era FDA had purchased ‘fresh and never frozen’ aborted baby heads and other body parts,” said the archbishop.

Fitton recently posted a short video to social media highlighting the group’s 2021 findings via a Freedom of Information Act against the FDA, regarding the “provision of human fetal tissue to be used in humanized mice research.”

The FOIA revealed that the “federal government demanded the purchased fetal organs be ‘fresh and never frozen’,” and also that the body parts be “shipped on wet ice” to preserve their freshness.

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