Ghostwriter For Archbishop Viganò, Is An Effeminate Sodomite Gay Wedding Planner By The Name Of Pietro Siffi
Pietro Siffi was born in Venice on September 11 1969. He received Confirmation at the Parish of Sts. Zechariah and Athanasius on May 22 1984. After studying at the “Marco Foscarini” high school in Venice, he entered the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X, where at the “Saint Curé d’Ars” seminary in Flavigny sur Ozerain (France), on February 1 1990 he received Confirmation “sub conditione.” Two days later he received the tonsure in Flavigny, becoming a member of the FSSPX. But after some time he left, or was forced to leave, the Fraternity. We do not know the reasons, just as we do not know what are the reasons that a few years later led him to leave the Institute of Christ the King High Priest in Gricigliano where he entered (and left) as a seminarian. From 1990 to 1994 Siffi attended Sorbonne University (here), then for some time traces of him are lost, even if some consider him the author of an embarrassing book published under a pseudonym.
The Gay Marriage Thing....
On Pietro Siffi’s website we find, among other things, the “Project tag: marriage gay” (here) and the “wedding” service of two men, Arman and Dylan, on the Greek island of Santorini complete with video (here). The homosexual travel agency Travelgay calls Santorini “a splendid island, warm and hospitable, located in the Aegean Sea, after Mykonos undoubtedly the one most appreciated by the Italian market and also loved by the gay and lesbian market” (here). Siffi’s current or former business partner, Fabio Zardi, also deals with gay weddings. Curious to note that Zardi’s phone number (here) coincides with that of Siffi (here). So the ghostwriter for Archbishop Viganò, who has always rightly denounced the existence of gay lobbies within the Church (here and here), is he then a gay-friendly figure?
The Gay Wedding Video
In this case Archbishop Viganò, who is a very respectable prelate, risks losing his credibility and must realize that he can regain it only when he changes the tone and content of his public statements, carelessly entrusted to a controversial associate. One cannot separate what appears publicly under the name of Archbishop Viganò from the identity of the one who seems to be the author of his writings. At this point we ask of Archbishop Viganò: is it true or not that he makes use, in whole or in part, of the help of Pietro Siffi? Was Archbishop Viganò aware of Siffi’s multiple activities? Source