Card.Mueller, in the S.Marta Magic Circle also decides on appointments

Card.Mueller, in the S.Marta Magic Circle also decides on appointments

The Pope is surrounded by a “magic circle”. That says it Map. Gerhard Mueller in the book “In good faith” with Franca Giansoldati (Solferino), which is due to appear in a few days. “There is a kind of magic circle around Santa Marta, made up of people who, in my opinion, are not theologically prepared,” says the former prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith, adding: “in the Vatican it seems that the information is now circulating in parallel, on the one hand, the institutional channels are active, which unfortunately are less and less consulted by the Pope, and on the other hand, the personal channels, used even for the appointment of bishops or cardinals”.

You can’t punish anyone without evidence of their guilt. This practice has been common in the Vatican and is not unique to the singular Becciu, but it happened even within the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith when some priests were expelled without justification, from today to tomorrow”. Cardinal Gerhard Müller says it in the book “In good faith” with Franca Giansoldati for the Solferino editions. “For Cardinal Becciu the question is macroscopic, also because it is reinforced by the mass media: he was before all world humiliated and punished without being given a chance to defend himself. Now the end of the ongoing process before the Vatican court is expected. Still, everyone should be presumed innocent, a sacrosanct right since Roman times.” Mueller explains that “Francis decided to punish him severely after someone went to Santa Marta to give him an article from L’Espresso, an Italian , to show weekly, which reported on an investigation into the cardinal. But how do you act on a press article?” asks the former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

When it comes to abuse, not everyone is treated equally in the Church. The card says so. Gerhard Müller, former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, speaking in particular of the case of Monsignor Gustavo Zanchetta. “Zanchetta causes controversy because he was able to enjoy a privileged status as a friend of the Pope. Friendships, as a rule, cannot influence the progress of justice, all must be treated equally.” Muller – in the book “In Good Faith” with Franca Giansoldati – also speaks of the case of “Don Mauro Inzoli, one close to Communion and Liberation Priest”. making him a layman because he was found guilty of a crime. Unfortunately, a Cardinal of the Curia knocked on the door in Santa Marta and begged for clemency. Faced with this interventionism, the Pope was persuaded and decided to amend the sentence, adjusting the sentence for Inzoli, noting that he was a priest, but with the ban on wearing the priestly habit or clergyman in public and without committing himself to the Showing the congregation as consecrated, remained consecrated but failed to show itself as such is just one example.”

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