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Priests suspend YouTube program after distasteful comment about Pope Francis

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The YouTube channel “The Sacristy of the Vendée” has gained popularity with over 71.5 thousand subscribers tuning in each week to watch a “counterrevolutionary priestly gathering.” The channel features priests such as Father Gabriel Calvo Zarraute, Father Francisco José Delgado, and Father Rodrigo Menéndez Piñar, among others, discussing various topics.

In the latest video posted on the channel, Father Delgado made an announcement that garnered more than six thousand views within the first hour of its publication. The announcement came during a discussion on the feast of the Chair of Saint Peter, where the priests offered prayers for the Petrine office of the Successor of Peter, also known as Pope Francis.

During the conversation, Father Calvo Zarraute made a comment about praying for the Pope to “go to heaven as soon as possible,” which was followed by an apology from Father Delgado, calling it a “bad taste comment.” The priests then emphasized the importance of praying for the Pope’s wellbeing and intentions, despite any differences in opinion.

The Sacristy of the Vendée has featured interviews with prominent figures in the Catholic Church, including Cardinal Gerhard Müller and Bishop Athanasius Schneider. The priests involved in the channel aim to promote unity and fidelity to the Holy Father, highlighting the importance of prayer and respect for the papal office.

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