Nine months ago now, Pope Francis was calling him to his room at Casa Santa Marta. It was September 24th. From there, Cardinal Angelo Becciu left saddened: Bergoglio had demanded his resignation as prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints and, above all, he had withdrawn all the privileges of a cardinal: he could not participate in a conclave, nor exercise as such. A tough decision, the most serious regarding a cardinal in the last century, along with the expulsion of the pedophile McCarrick from the priesthood (also taken by Francisco).
Cecilia Marogna, the woman Cardinal Becciu paid 600,000 euros to run “certain businesses” outside the Vatican