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Thank you for your support! To identify and recognise this mysterious Pontiff, the Virgin Mary has given us several clues. Those who prove victorious will be dressed like these in white; I shall not blot out their names from the book of life, but I will acknowledge them in the presence of My Father and His Angels. Such was the humility of him who confessed that he was not the light but merely wished to be amongst us as its mirror. John Paul I therefore seems to have been this vessel of election, so dear to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, whose death was a redemptive sacrifice, the sacrifice of the Good Shepherd who offers himself up as a victim for the salvation of his sheep.
For Fatima is a vast yet perfectly coherent message, whose ramifications are both theological and political. It is first of all a mystical spirituality or, to put it more simply, a devotion centred on the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It is also a fully traditional theology that is orientated towards the Last Things, without any compromise with the world, nor with the fanciful notions of Christian progressivism.
In a word, it is the religion of Saint Pius X. Finally, it is a politics for the Christian world, inviting the Church resolutely to confront the errors of Russia and secularism. An astonishingly close parallel exists between these two pontiffs separated by a gap of seventy-five years Yet they both started so modestly and so obviously free from ambition that, in each case, the word career would be entirely out of place.
He entered the minor seminary at Feltre when he was eleven years old, and then pursued his studies at the Gregorian major seminary in Belluno. He was twenty-two. His bishop appointed him curate of his home parish of Forno di Canale and then of the neighbouring parish of Agordo, as well as chaplain of a technical mining institute. The path of a pious, humble and devoted priesthood, always very poor, is certainly that of Giuseppe Sarto in Salzano, in Tombolo.
When Don Luciani returned to Agordo forty years later, he would reveal one of the private joys of his first ministry:. The church in Agordo is dedicated to Her Nativity. When I stayed here, as a poor chaplain, with the archdeacon, we sought to develop a real devotion towards the Madonna who is truly a Mother. I see by these ex-voto s that your hearts are genuinely attached to Her. It is here, at this altar, that we celebrated the month of Mary.
The professors who had taught Don Luciani never forgot their old pupil who had edified them so greatly. One of them, Msgr. Angelo Satin, managed to get him appointed Vice Rector of the Belluno seminary only two years after his priestly ordination. He taught every subject, just as Pius X did at his seminary in Mantua: dogmatic theology, morals, patristics, canon law, liturgy, Sacred Scripture, and the history of art! Make no mistake about it: a teacher of so many subjects in the provincial seminaries of the time meant a vast amount of work, resulting in a solid culture, profound and vast.
Those who had met Pius X were flabbergasted when this man of the provinces went up to Rome to teach the whole world.
In the Holy Year, , while Pope Pius XII was preparing to proclaim the dogma of the Assumption, he organised in the diocese a series of events in honour of the Madonna: a polychrome statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, donated by the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre, was successively carried round every parish.
In Belluno Cathedral one can still venerate today this Pilgrim Virgin , as it is called. In Msgr. Luciani attended with a marvellous enthusiasm. I saw the living faith, the pulsating Church, with all their manifest signs of catholicity and holiness. Luciani did so, almost as regularly, at ten year intervals.
On December 15, he was appointed Bishop of Vittorio Veneto, mid-way between Belluno and Venice, between the poor mountain country and the rich sea. He explained this himself, with a touching simplicity, in his homily of January 6, , pronounced at Forno di Canale, whither he had come to thank relatives and friends for their gift of a golden pectoral cross:.
But it did seem to me, in those days, that the Lord made use of me according to His ways of old: He takes the lowly from the roadside mud and raises them up, He detaches countrymen from their fields, fishermen from their nets and their lakes, and makes Apostles out of them.
I am just a simple man of my times, I am one who comes from the fields, I am nothing but poor plain dust; on this dust the Lord has inscribed the episcopal dignity of the illustrious diocese of Vittorio Veneto. I had to do mine as well. At the top of the coat of arms, I wanted to put three stars. They can represent the three theological virtues: faith, hope and charity, which are at the centre of every Christian life.
I chose these three stars for myself, but I also chose them for my future people. I am simply a poor defender of the faith! Luciani was aware of this warning by the holy Carmelite. Shells whir, bombs explode, the dead and the wounded pile up, houses and churches are destroyed, the Madonna weeps, and then:.
Stand fast, my children! The old Pope has truly returned. He wants to see how things are going in his Venetia. They are not going too badly: people preserve the faith of olden times and they keep the good traditions. We are afflicted by emigration, a wicked press, a corrupt cinema and other evils. In our shrines, already so beloved of the holy Pope, those of Monte Berico, Motta, Cendrole and a hundred others, the Madonna bows Her head in sadness.
Be unwavering in upholding religious instruction and frequenting the sacraments! It was then that Msgr. Luciani displayed his devotion to the Virgin of Fatima. In his letter of June 15, , he keenly exhorted his diocesan faithful to make a pilgrimage to this statue:.
I am keen to visit these two cities, with the greatest possible number of priests and members of the faithful, to consecrate, in Belluno, the deanery of Mel, and in Treviso, the rest of the diocese, to the Blessed Virgin.
But more than our numbers, what matters to me is our spirit. Repentance involves the soul going back over its past and having a complete change of heart: previously it was sin that it had sought, loved and commended; from now on sin is avoided, hated and condemned. Despite the mantle of silence and indifference that fell on the message of Fatima within the Church from , Msgr. Luciani retained his devotion.
At the beginning of his episcopal ministry, just as at the end, as we shall see, stands Fatima, enveloping in a supernatural light the whole destiny of our good shepherd. On September 8, Msgr. Luciani wrote the following letter to his diocese:. To emphasise the penitential aspect, pilgrims will make the final leg of the route on foot, saying the Rosary. The whole night of the 12th to the 13th will be spent in adoration before the Most Blessed Sacrament which will be exposed.
To this end, here are my instructions:. They should prepare with great care, each in his own parish church, for the vigil of the 12th.
At the moment when the holy night is about to begin in Fatima, they will remind the faithful present, in a few brief words, of the necessity and duty of penance. This of course is not an obligation of conscience.
But it is precisely because She wants what is good for us that She is sad to see us enslaved to the paltry things of this world. Think only of getting better. The rest can wait! The rest comes second, a good second! In , Msgr. Albino Luciani suffered the most terrible ordeal of his episcopate in Vittorio Veneto, when part of his diocesan curia found itself implicated in a serious financial scandal. Some brief details must be given, because this ordeal prefigures those he would face in Venice and, even more so, in the Vatican.
When they learned that Antoniutti had gone bankrupt, they attempted to bail his business out by drawing on the funds of the diocese. But just at this juncture, on June 17, , Antoniutti died in mysterious circumstances: he had apparently committed suicide in the home of one of his backers, Dr.
Roberto Dacomo. Informed of the compromising circumstances of his two priests, Msgr. Luciani decided to act quickly: the diocese now had a deficit of million lire and the anticlerical press was always on the lookout for scandal. He clearly saw where his duty lay and he was resolved to act on it.
Luciani relieved the two ecclesiastics of their duties and dismissed them from Vittorio Veneto. He let them be prosecuted by the Italian legal system: Don Cescou was condemned to sixteen months in prison, on June 14, Nevertheless, Msgr. Luciani sought to protect his two priests from public condemnation.
You have already pointed out five or six times that Msgr. Stefani is in the monastery of Follina! So leave him in peace if you have nothing new to say about his case. Luciani wanted to compensate them: to this end he had to sell property belonging to the diocese, despite the murmurs of disapproval from certain members of his clergy. Thus, throughout this drama, Msgr. Luciani revealed himself to be a real man of government.
Clearly his predecessor on the episcopal see of Vittorio Veneto, Msgr. The years passed. Luciani to be Patriarch of Venice.
He was fifty-seven. Sarto had just turned fifty-eight, just ten days beforehand, when he was appointed to this same patriarchal see. Decidedly these two lives run in parallel. The boundless generosity of Pius X is still remembered in Venice: how he had pawned his pastoral ring to help the poor; similarly, we learn that Cardinal Luciani had had no hesitation in selling pectoral crosses and their golden chains, mementos from Pius XII, and gifts from Popes John and Paul, in order to help the unemployed of his diocese… Different times, but the same evangelical virtues.
One day, in Venice, Msgr. Luciani discovered to his horror that his clergy had become the victims of fraud, one that was linked to financial embezzlement in which the Vatican was implicated.
Wanting to put things right, he went to Rome… In vain! He could not obtain justice. One cannot relate this story without already glimpsing the drama that would unfold in the Vatican several years later, when he would return invested in the office of the sovereign pontificate.
To support their charitable works and finance church restoration, the Venetian clergy used to obtain loans at very low interest rates from the Banca cattolica del Veneto , the Catholic Bank of Venetia. Since , the Institute for the Works of Religion I.
The Venetian clergy were advised that in future they would have to pay the full rate of interest no matter how laudable the work.
Cardinal Luciani made some enquiries. I also believe that Marcinkus sold the shares in your Venice bank at a deliberately low price and Calvi paid the balance, a separate 31 billion lire deal on Credito Varesino. I think the real value Marcinkus put on this was in the region of 47 million dollars.
The Patriarch immediately went to ask Msgr. Marcinkus for an explanation. For the Patriarch of Venice to move the official diocesan accounts to the small Banco San Marco was an extraordinary step. The man is tainted. After what I have learned of Roberto Calvi, I would not leave the accounts in his bank if the loans they granted to the diocese were totally free of interest.
He insisted that for the word Catholic to appear in their title was an outrage and a libel on all Catholics. Yet, Don Innocenti advised him that Msgr. The Patriarch then held his peace However, he would never forget what he had learned, namely that the Milanese mafia were deep in collusion with the Vatican. I would not wish to burden you with others. During the postconciliar turmoil, when the Church was ravaged by apostasy, Patriarch Luciani, who had officially gone along with all the acts of Vatican Council II — and therefore with its novel teachings 45 —, nevertheless defended Catholic dogmas energetically.
Roman in both heart and mind, the Patriarch took pains in his preaching to demonstrate his fidelity to the teaching and directives of Pope Paul VI. But the latter was failing to govern: not wishing to go back on the very principles of the reform decreed at Vatican II, he had become tolerant of the postconciliar aberrations and scandals. These disorders caused the Patriarch great suffering, but he hid his pain under a smile, which every day became more heroic.
Nevertheless, it remains my duty. Others will say that, when bishops preach, they are at times rather like John the Baptist addressing Herod. In Portugal and in certain other countries, bishops are unable to preach either on the radio or in the press, even in the newspapers they themselves own! So what advice would you give these bishops? To say nothing except what pleases those in government?
Luciani always remained opposed to any compromise, to any conciliation with the errors of Russia. In Venice, Msgr. I have in mind the tragic case of certain people, including priests, who started off embracing not the ideology, but merely the marxist analysis, and who ended up losing the faith. What strategy? To infiltrate every institution, even Catholic institutions, with a smile on their face and with outstretched hands; to use every means to increase divisions and confusion among Catholics so as to weaken them; to adapt themselves to countries and circumstances.
Are the Americans intervening in Vietnam? Then they are loathsome imperialists. In the autumn of , he openly rose up against the historic compromise between Italian Christian Democracy and the Communist Party.
Luigi Bettazzi. Here, in abridged form, is the statement published by the Patriarch in the journal Prospettive nel Mondo :. This is a classic manoeuvre. They exploit the slightest weakness to jump in and widen the breach with a wedge.
You Italian bishops are more exposed than anyone.