Over this past weekend, former U.S. papal nuncio Archbishop Carlo Vigano published a letter claiming that Pope Francis and other high-ranking officials in the Catholic Church had covered up, among other things, former cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s sexual abuse of seminarians and a homosexual “network” of clerics. News media quickly reported that key facts in Vigano’s letter were not accurate. We want to make sure you are aware of both sides of the story, so take advantage of the links below:
- Archbishop Carlo Vigano’s Letter — Testimony of His excellency Carlo Maria Vigano, Titular Archbishop of Ulpiana, Apostolic Nuncio
- The New York Times — Pope Francis long knew of cardinal’s abuse and must resign, archbishop says, By Jason Horowitz
- National Catholic Reporter — Former ambassador Vigano accuses Vatican of covering up McCarrick scandal for years, By Joshua J. McElwee
- National Catholic Reporter — Vigano Letter exposes the putsch against Pope Francis, By Michael Sean Winters
- America magazine — Vigano’s accusations: What we know and what questions they raise, By Michael J. O’Loughlin
- Cruxnow.com — Making sense of McCarrick cover-up charges against Pope Francis, By John L. Allen, Jr.