16 August 2019 | St. Mark the Evangelist
ROME, August 15, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The “firefighters for the new direction” being taken at the John Paul II Institute in Rome are “struggling” to put out a blaze of public scandal, as controversy sparked by a recent purge of professors threatens to reach the door of the Pope’s residence at Santa Marta.
In a new letter published by respected Italian journalist, Aldo Maria Valli, an informed source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the “violent upheaval in the teaching staff” and “drastic change in the curriculum and orientation of academic research” has sent “shockwaves” through the Church, and generated a reaction that is “unprecedented in the pontificate of Pope Francis, both in intensity and in duration.”
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MAB: If you are unfamiliar with what is happening regarding the John Paul II Institute on Marriage and Family, you can read up on it on LifeSiteNews. The Institute, founded by St. John Paul II to promote marriage and family is now, like the other Vatican institutions, being "reformed" and ALL of the professors are being purged.