You heard about the strange “shadow council” held about the same time that the Pope’s council of the Synod of Bishops was meeting to discuss, inter alia, the upcoming Synod and its MO. HERE
The “shadow council” was held in Rome, at the Jesuit-run Gregorian University. There were participants from Germany, (Vichy?) France and Switzerland. They had weird talks, from weird theologians.
There were no Italians there.
Not even Archbp. Bruno Forte was there, and he did his doctorate in German, speaks German, probably thinks German. Forte was the one identified last October by the Synod’s chairman Card. Erdö as being the author of the controversial paragraphs in the Synod’s midterm report which were about the very topic of the “shadow council”. HERE and HERE So, where was Archbp. Forte?
One is driven to ask: What do the Italians know that the others don’t?
In the past we have an example of the Italians leaving their collaboration with the Germans.
I wonder: Perhaps the Italians have figured out that the Allies are going to win and the Axis is over.