The super, tripple XXX, ultramontane blog, “Where Peter Is” has an incredibly stupid commentary on the madman, the former nuncio of the USA, Archbishop Vigano. You can read the uncharitable and tone deaf commentary THE BISHOPS AND THE MADMAN HERE.
A very astute comment by a well known blogger responded to this article on their facebook page and this is what that astute man wrote:
It does seem to me to be exceptionally uncharitable to castigate a man who might well be suffering from a mental disorder, dementia or some other organic mental issue. Then to exploit this condition in the present and apply it to the past when this wasn’t the case and when he found support and respect from American bishops during his time as nuncio, is even more incredibly uncharitable and manipulative. Of course if others are exploiting the condition of the Archbishop In order to undermine the papacy, that is evil. However we know that Pope Francis has played the game of accusing traditionalists of mental disorders and rigidity to manipulate an outcome. There seems to be a need for an apology from the Holy Father to those who are traditionalists but not rigid or mentally ill. But with all that said, even if Archbishop Vigano is sane and takes responsibility for his words and actions, and he finds support from some American bishops, these seem to pale in significance with the what the German hierarchy is doing to this pope which is truly evil and divisive—no apology is asked of them?
I am convinced that the Traditionalists are being played like a fiddle by the Holy Father and other post-Catholic radicals in Germany and elsewhere as a sort of smokescreen to distract from what Germany and other European bishops want to accomplish.
I really do wonder who the madmen are in the Church and it appears more than likely that Archbishop Vigano isn’t the only one and that there are more people out there that need an apology from those trying to create an apostate church through a hostile takeover.
But let’s focus on the madness of Archbishop Vigano and those American bishops who thought that he was/is a man of integrity. Yes, they are the really serious problem for the Church today. NOT!!!