Mel Gibson’s Letter to Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò

Mel is one of the only people with money and power who has kept it real.

Here is the letter he sent to Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò after the latter was excommunicated by a homosexual-riddled Vatican.

by Mel Gibson

Dear Archbishop,

I’m sure you expected nothing else from Jorge Bergoglio.

I know that you know he has no authority whatsoever – so I’m not sure how this will effect you going forward- I hope you will continue to say mass & receive the sacraments yourself – it really is a badge of honor to be shunned by the false, post conciliar church.

You have my sympathies that you suffer publicly this grave injustice. To me & many others you are a most courageous Hero.

As always, you have hit the nail on the head regarding the illegitimacy of Francis. You express the core problems with the institution that has eclipsed the true church & I applaud your courage in expressing that, but more than that in maintaining fidelity to the true church!

You are a modern day Athanasius! I have all respect for the way you defend Christ & his church. I agree with you 100% that the post conciliar church of Vatican II is a counterfeit church. This is why I built a Catholic Church that only worships traditionally. You are welcome to come & say mass there anytime.

Of course being called a schismatic & being excommunicated by Jorge Bergoglio is like a badge of honor when you consider he is a total apostate & expels you from a false institution.

Remember that true schism requires innovation, something you have not done but something that Bergoglio does with every breath

He, therefore, is the schismatic! However he already ipso facto excommunicated himself by his many public heresies (canon 188 in the 1917 code).

As you already know he has no power to excommunicate you because he is not even a Catholic.

So rejoice! I am with you & I hope Bergoglio excommunicates me from his false church also.

Bergoglio & his cohorts have the clothes & the buildings, but you have the faith.

God bless & keep you. If you need anything just ask I will try my best to help.

With admiration & undying respect.

There are a lot of things I could say here, but I don’t really want to include my own commentary on things next to Mel’s comments, which I think should be left to speak for themselves.

I will soon write a big follow-up on the situation of the Good Bishop and what his excommunication means for the future of Christendom. I will say that the most important line in this letter is: “true schism requires innovation, something you have not done but something that Bergoglio does with every breath.”

That is the nail on the head right there.

The Good Bishop kept the faith, and it is “Francis” who has abandoned it. You can’t just go around changing thousands-of-years-old Church doctrine and then claiming anyone who wants to keep the traditional faith is in schism.

This also really touched me: “Bergoglio & his cohorts have the clothes & the buildings, but you have the faith.”

Further, as he’s probably an obscure figure to most, I wanted to let people know who Athanasius of Alexandria is: he was a Church Father who fought for the Nicene Creed and was a key figure in crushing the Arian heresy, which denied the divinity of Christ and the Trinity. He suffered greatly for it, being exiled four times by various Roman Emperors. It means a lot to me that Mel compared the Good Bishop to the man who is known as “The Father of Orthodoxy,” and is known much more in the East than the West. (here’s his Wikipedia.)

God bless and keep Mel.