Mel Gibson Backs Vigano

Mel Gibson Backs Vigano

Famed Catholic film director Mel Gibson has come out in support of the views taken by the hero Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò regarding the crisis in the Catholic Church. 

Gibson, who directed The Passion of the Christ – and is currently working on its sequel The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection – made his remarks during a pre-recorded video message that was played during the “Rally and Rosary of Reparation” event hosted at the weekend by the Coalition for Canceled Priests in Lincoln Park, Chicago.

The rally was organised in response to pro-LGBT Cardinal Blase Cupich allowing pro-abortion Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot, a non-Catholic lesbian in a same-sex “marriage,” to receive Holy Communion at a funeral Mass last month.  

In his video message, Gibson spoke about “hirelings” in the Church who are not defending authentic Church teaching. He said that he agreed with Archbishop Viganò’s view that Vatican II should be scrapped altogether and that a “parallel, counterfeit Church” was setup to “eclipse” the true Catholic Church. 

Gibson, who mentioned Viganò by name twice, mentioned how he went to the U.S. bishop’s conference to get support for The Passion but that “all but a few [bishops] turned their back on me.” He also said that “a deep sickness afflicts” the Church today.

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