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baldiserri Today we start man marking Cardinal Lorenzo “The Pianist” Baldisseri. For those who are not familiar with the good cardinal, the story goes that he was “made” a cardinal at the end of the 2013 Conclave by Francis for “services rendered”. Needless to say, since his elevation, he as rendered invaluable services to La Cosa Nostra TeamFrancis as head of the Synod’s Manipulators. Among card. Baldisseri’s known achievements to date, that is when he is not berating and insulting faithful Catholics (see here), he is overseeing the criminal organization’s Synod Secretariat’s other activities such as “fixing” results of the Synod of Bishops (see here) and “mistranslating” documents coming out of the Secret Synod of Bishops of 2014. Consider the below re-blogged post as the beginning of this thread. To the above “services rendered”, we now find out that card. Baldisseri is not only a forger, and “match Synod fixer”, but also a thief. We pick up the story over at the Fr. Z blog post, where he writes: [emphasis added]

Five Cardinals Book™ stolen from participants’ mailboxes at last year’s Synod on Family

Here is something of the story that you don’t know, because at the time it couldn’t be told.

The people who crafted the Five Cardinals Book™ wanted to make sure that Synod members had copies, at least in English or Italian, as the Synod was starting up. Therefore, they sent copies to every member of the Synod (quite a few) through the Italian post to each member’s personal mailbox near the Synod Hall which was set up individually by the Vatican Post. Remember, Vatican Post is the postal service of a sovereign nation that has laws. The Book was sent in individually addressed and franked envelopes. They weren’t just envelopes with someone’s name on them shoved into the slots by whomever. They were properly sent postal items.

When the organizers of the Synod realized what had been sent to the members of the Synod, someone removed all the envelopes from the members’ mail boxes! That’s called theft. That’s called illegal. They stole people’s mail. Please correct me if I am wrong, but isn’t that a crime in, I think, every country? The Vatican City State… that’s a country… isn’t it.

That’s how frightening the Book is to those who want to overturn the Church’s practice and, therefore, teaching.

The Kathnet piece, by Manfred Ferrari, indicates that the heist was ordered by Card. Baldisseri, who is the head of the office of the Synod of Bishops.

I will leave here without a comment on the above because it really speaks for itself. On an aside, too bad there is not such thing as a “catholic media”. If there was, I bet that they would be right on top of this one!

Update Thursday 26 February 2015 07:18

Radical Catholic writes:

“Secretary Baldisseri was so angry about the reception of the books, that he later complained to the Governor of the Vatican [Cardinal Giuseppe Bertello], requesting that the Director of the Vatican Postal Service be fired.”

Thanks to Br. Alex Bugnolo (From Rome) and The Radical Catholic for the tip.

The Deus Ex Machina Blog

The PianistPlay it again Sam Lorenzo!

Editor note: I created a new category for this post. Since we are at half time of the two part Secret Synod, and we definitely will be tracking the “happenings” leading up to it, and covering it next October, I have put a separate category at it’s disposal.

Now to the business at hand. To use a football metaphor, we are in half time of the Shameful Secret Synod of Sin. Looks like the players are starting to warm up for the second half. This story appeared today on the Zenit News Service via the Pew Sitter website. (see here). Here are the key passages:(with emphasis and [comment])

The Ordinary Council of the Synod of Bishops met from November 18-19th to discuss the recent Extraordinary General Synod in October and to prepare for the 15th Ordinary General Assembly, which is set to take…

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