Mel Gibson Supports Canceled Priests & Archbishop Vigano
Alexandra Clark | The Daily Knight
The Passion of Christ co-writer and director, Mel Gibson, released a 5-minute video on Friday September 10, 2021 in support of the 'Coalition for Canceled Priests,' (canceledpriests.org) who held a rally in Chicago with the famous Fr. James Altman.
Mel Gibson spoke of his support of persecuted priests by bad bishops, and commented:
"I remember when I directed the Passion, I went to the USCCB to get support for the film and those those men couldn't get away from me fast enough. And all but a few of them turned their back on me. It was pretty telling about who they were."
Archbishop Vigano is one of the few prelates of our time who has spoken out against Vatican II, calling for it to be dropped and forgotten, (video here). Archbishop Vigano has also pointed out very clearly that: "The two forms of Mass, the Catholic Rite (the Latin Mass of All Times) and the New Rite, (the Novus Ordo) cannot coexist." (article here)
In this video Mel Gibson endorses Vigano's position on Vatican II and states that "A very deep sickness afflicts the Church."
Watch the Coalition for Canceled Priests video with Mel Gibson here: