“In no way can one jeopardize one’s life and health and that of one’s children.” —Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, 80, in Tape #8 of The Viganò Tapes
We have now posted Tape #8 of the 18 Viganò Tapes.
Here is the question and the beginning of his answer.
Question #8: How can we concretely resist these abuses?
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò: In the civil sphere, there is a need to reject any cooperation with the current pandemic narrative and with the climate emergency that may soon replace it.
Disregarding regulations that are illegitimate or that expose citizens to concrete risks to their health is morally lawful and in certain circumstances is even a duty.
In no way can one jeopardize one’s life and health and that of one’s children, not even in the face of the threat of retaliation; for in that case our participation would make us guilty before God and deserving of His punishments.
(to listen to the rest of the answer, go to this link)
Note: Please subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you will be notified immediately as we post the rest of the Viganò Tapes, and all future YouTube content. It may be useful to be a subscriber in the event of important development in the months ahead.
Here, Grzegorz Galazka and I discuss our new magazine, Inside the Vatican, with St. John Paul II, in August, 1993, in the courtyard of the Pope’s summer residence at Castel Gandolfo a few miles outside of Rome
Here, I greet Pope Benedict, with Russian Orthodox Archbishop Hilarion Alfeyev in the background, in May 2010 in the Vatican