"I wish to repeat my appeal to my brother bishops and priests who know that my statements are true and who can so testify, or who have access to documents that can put the matter beyond doubt.  You too are faced with a choice. "

"You can choose to withdraw from the battle, to prop up the conspiracy of silence and avert your eyes from the spreading of corruption.  You can make excuses, compromises and justification that put off the day of reckoning.  You can console yourselves with the falsehood and the delusion that it will be easier to tell the truth tomorrow, and then the following day, and so on."

"On the other hand, you can choose to speak.  You can trust Him who told us, “the truth will set you free.”  I do not say it will be easy to decide between silence and speaking.  I urge you to consider which choice-- on your deathbed, and then before the just Judge -- you will not regret having made."

The great Doctor of the Church St. Catherine of Siena in heaven, I am sure, is praying for and with Archbishop Viganò for the reform of the Church and the exposure of the wolf-like bishops or "hireling shepherds" who she said were and are like wolfs because they "devoured" the sheep that is the faithful. Sadly, today the "hireling shepherds" appear to be the Pope, his inner circle and the worldwide pro-gay bishops networks. This letter of Catherine is taken from blog.adw.org:

"Of special significance for our time is her exchange of letters with Pope Gregory XI. Though he himself led an exemplary life in many respects, he was a weak, shy, even cowardly man. He was deeply compromised by his temporal ties to power, wealth, and protection."

"... Oh me, oh me, sweetest 'Babbo' [a term of affection in St. Catherine's native Tuscan which translates roughly as 'Papa' for Pope Gregory XI to whom she wrote this letter] mine! This is the reason that all the subjects are corrupted by impurity and iniquity."

"Oh me, weeping I say it! How dangerous is that worm [of self-love] we spoke of! For not only does it give death to the shepherd, but all the rest fall into sickness and death through it."

"... But such men do as Christ says: for if one blind man guide the other, both fall into the ditch. Sick man and physician fall into hell."

"Such a man is a hireling shepherd, for, far from dragging his sheep from the hands of the wolf, he devours them himself."

"... Give us, then, a remedy … Press on, and fulfill with true zeal and holy what you have begun with a holy resolve, concerning your return, and the holy and sweet crusade. And delay no longer, for many difficulties have occurred through delay, and the devil has risen up to prevent these things being done, because he perceives his own loss."

"… I beg you to do what you have to do manfully and in the fear of God … Remain in the sweet and holy grace of God. I ask you humbly for your blessing. Pardon my presumption, that I presume to write to you. Sweet Jesus, Jesus Love [Letter to Gregory XI, quoted in  Letters of Catherine Benincasa pp. 49-51].[http://blog.adw.org/2015/02/time-for-clergy-to-man-up-how-the-exhortation-of-st-catherine-of-siena-is-still-needed-today/]

Please say this prayer of St. Catherine for the faithful, but cowardly cardinals, bishops and priests to get the grace to "manfully" reform to Christ who is Truth as well as get the grace "to speak 'the truth' and end "the conspiracy of silence":

"[Y]our little sheep... are asking you through this blood [of Christ] to be merciful to the world and make holy Church blossom again with the fragrant flowers of good holy shepherds whose perfume will dispel the stench of the evil flowers."

"You said, Eternal Father, that because of your love for your creatures, and through the prayers and innocent sufferings of your servants, you would be merciful to the world and reform holy Church."
("The Dialogue" by St. Catherine of Siena, page 276)