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by Marielena Montesino de Stuart
Are Vatican officials trying to hide their socialist agenda? I’m watching and listening closely…
In the meantime, the powerful Dean of the College of Cardinals, Angelo Sodano, was busy promoting international socialism, during his homily on March 12:
BUT WAIT A MINUTE!
Why did the Vatican officials in charge of issuing the transcript of Cardinal Sodano’s homily on March 12, 2013, remove the words “world order” from the transcript? I’m watching and listening closely– and that includes, in Italian.
Advance the recording to the 10:27 minute mark and listen, up to the 10:45 mark. This is what Cardinal Sodano had to say (translation into English by Marielena Montesino de Stuart):
Italian: “… gli ultimi pontifici sono stati artefici di tante iniziative di benefiche, verso i singoli, verso i popoli, verso la comunità internazionale, promovendo la pace, la giustizia, l’ordine mondiale… preghiamo perché il futuro Papa possa continuare questa incessante opera a livello mondiale”.
English: “… the last pontiffs have been artificers of so many beneficial initiatives, toward individuals, toward peoples, toward the international community, promoting peace, justice, the world order…. we pray that the future Pope will be able to continue this unceasing work on an international level.”
Indeed the last popes have been instrumental in the “world order”– there lies the problem!
Screen caption of the Vatican transcript “cleaned up” in Italian, with the call for a “world order” removed.
Screen caption of the Vatican transcript “cleaned up” in English, with the call for a “world order” removed.
Here is the link to the Vatican’s website, containing the transcript of Cardinal Sodano’s homily with the call for a “world order” removed (refer to third paragraph under The Mission of the Pope): http://attualita.vatican.va/sala-stampa/bollettino/2013/03/12/news/30612.html#TRADUZIONE%20IN%20LINGUA%20INGLESE (also available in PDF).
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