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The cardinal who Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano called upon to prove cover-up claims against Pope Francis defended the pontiff and called Vigano’s allegations unsubstantiated.
Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, released a letter Sunday refusing to support Vigano’s claims that Pope Benedict placed canonical sanctions on former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and that Pope Francis removed those sanctions.
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Oullet, far from supporting Vigano, called the former Vatican diplomat’s claims “monstrous and unsubstantiated” and accused him of using the sexual abuse crisis in the American Catholic church to launch a politically motivated attack against Francis.
Oullet wrote that McCarrick “had been requested not to travel or to make public appearances, in order to avoid new rumors about him. It is false, therefore, to present those measures as ‘sanctions’ formally imposed by Pope Benedict XVI and then invalidated by Pope Francis.”
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The cardinal said that an investigation of his congregation’s archives showed no evidence of formal sanctions.
“The reason is that back then, unlike today, there was not sufficient proof of his alleged culpability,” Oullet explained, according to Religion News Service.
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