L’Express – France
10 July 2013
Father Vesin in L’Express
by François Koch
The Express has published an article on 10 July four pages on Father Pascal Vesin , the pastor of the Church of Megève fired because he was denounced as a Freemason GODF by anonymous letters.
The Express was a long meeting Father Pascal Vesin and the Vicar General of the Diocese of Annecy Alain Fournier.
It appears from this investigation that the father Pascal was almost excommunicated for a “matter of principle” (the ban to be a member of a Masonic Lodge) and there is absolutely no evidence of the influence of its membership GODF to how it performed its function of priest. Being recognized in the Diocese that the results of his work at the head of the parish is very positive.
Vesin father wants to continue his fight … walking on Rome from 14 July to late August, with the aim of obtaining a hearing Francis Pope. He hopes to convince him to return to the maximum penalty was imposed. It is true that the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith ruled on March 7, six days before the election of Pope Francis, without hearing the Father Vesin.
About this blog: François KOCH – With its mysteries and secrets, rituals and esoteric degrees, Freemasonry still fascinates. Is this a parallel universe or groundwater? A network of networks of power or club services of reflection and fellowship? One thing is certain: the Masonic world is still expanding. Over 160,000 brothers and sisters in France. That’s why I throw “The Light” on what remains hidden or camouflaged, confidential or discreet. Internet Masonic websites abound. This blog is the only written by a journalist from a mainstream media.