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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Pope Francis Timeline: The Papal Record -- 2013

I've been thinking a lot about the pope and his papacy's impact on the Church, which any sensible person must recognize by now is a disaster. He undermines the faith, he aids and abets enemies of the Church, his off-the-cuff bombs lobbed on almost every plane ride create confusion and chaos. 

Horrors! (And I mean that literally.) He's a one man wrecking ball!

I think we could say the same thing about Francis that Churchill said about Lenin. Lenin returned to Russia like a "plague bacillus" to kill the monarchy. Pope Francis, injected into the Church by the St. Gallen's mafia, has infected us with the plague bacillus of modernism on steroids. He, of course, cannot "kill" the Church, but he seems to be trying his darnedest! We all need to pray and sacrifice for him, that's for sure.

At any rate, it occurred to me to examine his actions year-by-year since the beginning of his pontificate in 2013. After six years we have more perspective on his not-so-hidden agenda. I'd love to see a Church historian do this in a book. No doubt that will happen at some point. 

There's so much to cover that I'll be dividing this up into separate posts for each year and will create a page for all of them. 

The story really begins several decades before the 2013 conclave, but, for now, we'll start from Pope Benedict's resignation.
  • February 11, 2013: Pope Benedict resigns and two lightening bolts strike the Vatican directly on the dome of St. Peter's. In his final addresses, Pope Benedict urges Catholics to stay strong on central Catholic doctrines relating to marriage, the family, etc. At his last general audience he says:
“It is not easy to publicly oppose the decisions that many consider to be obvious, such as abortion in the case of an unwanted pregnancy, euthanasia in the case of serious illness, or the selection of embryos to avoid hereditary diseases.” (Source)
The tone of the Ash Wednesday Mass homily was sombre, befitting the occasion of both the first day of Lent and the mood of Catholics around the world at Pope Benedict’s almost unprecedented and shocking revelation on Monday. In the homily, he warned ominously against divisions and “sins against the unity of the Church”.
Six years into Pope Francis' pontificate, Pope Benedict's warning seem more ominous than at the time. 
  • March 13, 2013: The conclave elects Jorge Bergoglio, cardinal-archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina as pope and he chooses the name Francis. Among those on the balcony with the pope is Cardinal Godfried Danneels, a member of the Saint Gallen's mafia who attempted to elect Bergoglio at the 2005 conclave that chose Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI.  The mafia, according to German journalist, Paul Badde, included Cardinals Silvestrini, Danneels, Murphy O’Connor, Martini, Lehmann, Kasper and Audrys Juozas Bačkis of Lithuania. In an interview with Vatican journalist Edward Pentin, Badde said "I had heard that 'their absolute aim is to get Ratzinger out of the race'; and that they met at Villa Nazareth."  Read more about Danneels here and here. More and more evidence is emerging that the pope's election was highly political. In a 2017 book,  The Keys and the Kingdom. The British and the Papacy from John Paul II to Francis, Catherine Pepinster, former editor of the UK's liberal Catholic paper, The Tablet, pointed to Francis' election as a "very British coup," one that began well before the conclave. (See here.)
Danneels sits smug and complacent in the catbird seat celebrating his group's success.
  • March 2013: Francis chooses to stay at Casa Santa Marta. The pope's decision to remain at the guest house Casa Santa Marta was heralded by many as proof of his humble lifestyle and desire for simplicity. On the other hand, he is much less insulated and sets his own agenda. While he's shed some of the trappings of power he holds firm to the levers of power.
  • April 13, 2013: Pope Francis names C9 Council of Cardinals to advise him on reform of the curia. The council has been controversial since its inception and its results have been underwhelming to say the least. Many are still waiting to see real reform. See here. 
  • June 6, 2013: Meeting with CLAR (Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Religious Men and Women - Confederación Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Religiosos y Religiosas) No recording of this one-hour meeting was made. The report was based on the recollections of many of the religious attending. This is the event where he spoke disparagingly of the group that sent a spiritual bouquet, dismissing them saying, "when I was elected, I received a letter from one of these groups, and they said: 'Your Holiness, we offer you this spiritual treasure: 3,525 rosaries.' Why don't they say, 'we pray for you, we ask...', but this thing of counting..." He affirms the existence of a "gay lobby." He also mentions the reform of the curia:
the cardinals of the Commission will move it forward. There is Rodríguez Maradiaga, who is Latin American, who is in front of it, there is Errázuriz, they are very organized. The one from Munich is also very organized. They will move it forward.
Of course, the "one from Munich" is Cardinal Marx one of the most dissident cardinals in the Church and Mariadaga's archdiocesan seminary was a hotbed of homosexuality. Mariadaga continues as a close adviser to the pope. Since 2013 he has been the head of the pope's C9 Council of Advisers.
  • June 29, 2013: Release of Lumen Fidei, papal encyclical being prepared for the year of faith by Pope Benedict before his resignation, described as the "four-handed" encyclical because it was finished by Francis. Read a summary of the encyclical here. The document leads some to conclude that Francis' papacy will reflect continuity with Benedict. That hope is soon dashed.
  • July 22-29, 2013: World Youth Day in Rio  sends a strong message of evangelization being the responsibility of all Catholics.  But using disposable plastic cups as ciboria? How were they purified and disposed of after Communion? Does this encourage the faithful to believe Christ is really present in the Eucharist?
  • July 29, 2013: On the plane back from Brazil, Pope Francis asks "Who am I to judge?" Responding to a question about whether there is a "gay lobby" at the Vatican, he responds: "If a person is gay and seeks God and has good will, who am I to judge?" This is the first time a pope uses the political term "gay" with the assumption of a homosexual identity. This off-the-cuff throwaway line becomes the mantra of Catholics promoting the gay agenda and the "born gay" myth. His remark becomes standard fare at pride parades.
Franciscan Friars at Boston's gay pride parade, just one of many "Francis Effects" promoting homosexuality and the acceptance of their agenda in the Catholic Church.
[This link includes some indecent photos taken at pride parades.]
  • September 12, 2013: Interview with Anthony Spadaro in La Civiltà Cattolica, the Italian Jesuit journal. The pope said the Church shouldn't be "obsessed" with abortion, contraception, and homosexuality. Here's a portion of the New York Times article:
  • Six months into his papacy, Pope Francis sent shock waves through the Roman Catholic church on Thursday with the publication of his remarks that the church had grown “obsessed” with abortion, gay marriage and contraception, and that he had chosen not to talk about those issues despite recriminations from critics. His surprising comments came in a lengthy interview in which he criticized the church for putting dogma before love, and for prioritizing moral doctrines over serving the poor and marginalized. He articulated his vision of an inclusive church, a “home for all” — which is a striking contrast with his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, the doctrinal defender who envisioned a smaller, purer church. Francis told the interviewer, a fellow Jesuit: “It is not necessary to talk about these issues all the time. The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church are not all equivalent. The church’s pastoral ministry cannot be obsessed with the transmission of a disjointed multitude of doctrines to be imposed insistently. “We have to find a new balance,” the pope continued, “otherwise even the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards, losing the freshness and fragrance of the Gospel.”
The sodomy lobby immediately embraced the pope back in July when he made the infamous "Who am I to judge?" comment. In this interview he elaborated on that comment saying, "when God looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love, or reject and condemn this person?" This, of course, confused the issue by identifying the "person" with his "behavior." This kind of confusion and, dare I say it, deceit is the hallmark of the Francis papacy. As a result, many of his statements become agitprop, i.e., political propaganda for the "gay" cabal. See how New Ways Ministry, the heretical "Catholic" gay advocacy group condemned by the Church, chortles over the pope. While I hate to link to them, their newsletter is enlightening and demonstrates the impact for evil Francis is having. Don't miss the list of "gay friendly" colleges and communities.
  • October 1, 2013: Interview with Eugenio Scalfari who reported that Pope Francis says the most serious issues afflicting the world are youth unemployment and the loneliness of the old. This is only the first of several troubling interviews with  the atheist who doesn't record anything and depends on his memory. This interview is filled with troubling statements and ambiguities, which will come to be the hallmarks of Francis' papacy. Here is just one:
Your Holiness, is there is a single vision of the Good? And who decides what it is?"Each of us has a vision of good and of evil. We have to encourage people to move towards what they think is Good." 
Your Holiness, you wrote that in your letter to me. The conscience is autonomous, you said, and everyone must obey his conscience. I think that's one of the most courageous steps taken by a Pope."And I repeat it here. Everyone has his own idea of good and evil and must choose to follow the good and fight evil as he conceives them. That would be enough to make the world a better place."
Think about those statements and all the pro-abortion Democratic candidates and others who describe abortion as a good and condemn those, as enemies of God, who fight against it. Think of Pete Buttigieg who continually speaks in moral language claiming God approves of sodomy and murder of the innocent. And then read the pope's comment again. Do we "encourage people to move towards what they think is the Good?" Or do we encourage them to embrace God's truth of what is the good? Is it true that those who follow the good as they conceive it (abortion, assisted suicide, etc.) are making the world a better place?
  • October 1, 2013: Cardinal McCarrick describes the conclave and how he was lobbied to support Bergoglio. He predicts that Francis will change the Church within five years. (Can anyone doubt that all of this was planned and orchestrated for years?) What could he do in McCarrick's words: "Reform the Church." He could "make the Church over again." That's certainly happening isn't it? And that's what the Pan Amazon synod plans. Some of this video is almost laughable. Consider what praise from McCarrick means. As my mom always said, "Birds of a feather flock together." And what, pray tell, does McCarrick know about holiness? He tells us Francis is a pastor. Ironically he compares him to the Pied Pipe of Hamlin. Francis plays his pipe and leads the flock away from the Church. Remember, in 2013 Francis knew about McCarrick's predations and did nothing about them while he paid lip service to dealing firmly with the scandals.
  • October 8, 2013: Pope Francis calls for extraordinary synod on the family. To be held in October 2014, this will begin Francis' Church revolution by synod. According to the UK's Catholic Herald, "The announcement of the synod came amid news that the Archdiocese of Freiburg, Germany, had issued new guidelines making it easier for divorced and remarried Catholics to receive Communion." (Are you getting the picture?)
  • November 24, 2013: Publication of Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium. The document's economic aspects attacking free market economies raise controversy, particularly coming from a pope with a Latin American liberation theology background. Some critics describe the document as "pure Marxism". For a thoughtful reflection on the document's economic aspects go here. The author argues that there are almost no free market economies which Francis doesn't understand, and that state manipulation of economies as well as crony capitalism is a main part of the problem, and that Francis is looking to socialism to solve all the problems of the world. Vatican correspondent, Edward Pentin believes that Evangelii Gaudium is the key to understanding the Francis papacy.
  • December 17, 2013: Pope Francis appoints Cardinal Donald Wuerl to the Congregation for Bishops, the Vatican department responsible for naming new bishops. Most recommendations from the Congregation are accepted. Consider the good ole boys' club of McCarrick, Wuerl, Farrell, Bransfield, etc. and you'll realize how significant this appointment was. 
  • December 2013: TIME Magazine names pope "Person of the Year." The media love affair with Francis began when he stepped out on the balcony in March. TIME calls him the "people's pope" and, along with other media, praises him for attacking capitalism and bringing "change" to the Church that pleases "progressives."
Consider that when Pope Francis was elected many had high hopes, interpreting his actions as a great love for the poor and marginalized. We heard tales of his taking the bus and visiting his flock in Argentina, living simply, and being a man of humility and kindness who only cares about his flock.

Alas, the stories turned out in many cases to be just that -- stories. As this series progresses we'll see his iron will, his brutality toward critics, his condemnation and retaliation to the orthodox and his rewarding the heterodox. So many times we'll see him speak with a forked tongue saying something orthodox and then acting in a way totally opposite. At the beginning, in 2013 much of that was still hidden under the facade of the smiling "people's pope." As time goes on more and more we recognize the confusion and chaos he leaves in his wake wherever he goes.

Pray for Pope Francis and his Vatican minions. And remember Ronald Reagan's advice, "Trust, but verify."

To be continued....


Susan Matthiesen said...

Mary Ann, you are amazing. YOU need to publish that book. Meanwhile fast forward to 2019 where the Jesuits have already had their first indigenous Mass.

All the tom-tom playing I did as a child imagining myself as a little Indian girl will finally bear fruit in my life. Out with the piano player plunking on the piano at Mass - in with the drums.

Chriss Rainey said...

I mentioned Bella Dodd recently in a discussion with my uncle about my devotion to a relgion that is "so OBVIOUSLY" corrupted, according to him. My uncle is not a Catholic. He prefers "nondenominational chapels" like those found on military bses. Doctrine of any kind is too confining for him.

When I told him many believe the Catholic Church has been over several decades infiltrated by communists he was speechless.

He said, Chriss, don't tell me you honestly believe such a myth as THAT! Next you will be talking about UFO's.
Anything I said after that just brought gales of laughter. In other words if I think communists are the reason for child abuse and money grabbing and queer priests I must be blind or nuts or both.

The argument you intend to paint in this series, Mary Ann, is a hard one to convey and I am very glad you are doing it. All of us need a good reminder of this journey into chaos from the beginning to the present.

We need to continually ask ourselves WHY. WHY does the Church need to change? The answer is to make it a helpmate not a hindrance to the new world order in a global socialist state. That's as communist as it gets.
Communists know they wil never get religion out of man so they are reforming it to be just another tool for their agenda.

Susan Matthiesen said...

I think that's what Francis has been flying around in...the papal UFO.

MyronM said...

'B&B16' duo
The confusion that can be seen in the Roman Catholic church is not a crisis but an epochal breakthrough.
The last papal decision of Benedict XVI led to the transformation of the Saint Peter's Office into a synodal two-headed hybrid. Actually he dissolved - by virtue of power given to him [Mat 16, 19] by Jesus Christ - the same office on Feb. 28, 2013 at 8 p.m. (CET), so no he may already be a Roman Pontiff neither himself nor anyone else. This decision is irrevocable.
The dissolution of the papacy does not mean that the gates of hell have overcome the militant Church [Mat 16, 18]. The Church will be reborn with the power of God as it was when the Mosaic religion degenerated into the form of the synagogue of Satan and Jesus Christ appeared to breathe new life into the Church of God and raise it to a higher level thrugh the Holy Sacraments.
By the act of Feb. 11, 2013, Benedict16 released the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven. These Keys are the Apocalyptic Woman and the Paraclete; only now the Church will shine on the whole earth with full splendor.

The end of the papacy in Rome is precisely described in the Prophecy of Saint Malachi (+ 1148), the archbishop of Armagh:

'Gloria Olivae' - Benedict XVI; the glory/finial of the Roman Catholic church are two olive trees [Rev. 11, 4], which will blossom only now at the end of times - the Paraclete and the Woman of the Revelation.

'In persecutione extrema S.R.E. Sedebit' - 'S.R.E [Sancta Romana Ecclesia] is in a period of extreme persecution' - this is the phenomenon of Jorge Bergoglio, the destroyer of the Roman Catholic church (especially of the College of Cardinals, the very top of the Church hierarchy). Bergoglio, aside from the B16's dissolution of the papacy, as an apostate, could not be the vicar of Jesus Christ, and therefore Saint Malachi does not name his name among the Pontifex but only characterizes the effects of his actions.

'Petrus Romanus, qui pascet oves in multis tribulationibus: quibus transactis civitas septicollis diruetur & Iudex tremendus iudicabit populum suum. Finis'. (“Peter the Roman will feed his flock in the midst of many persecutions, and when it ceases, the city of seven hills will be torn down and a terrible judge will judge his people”.)
Saint Peter the Apostle was not a Roman (citizen of Rome). Peter the Roman is a Son of the Roman Catholic church (means a Roman) and is identical to the terrible Judge, the same as the Paraclete.
The papacy in Rome was abolished definitively and irrevocably. What now? The fulfillment of this request addressed to God the Father for nearly 2,000 years: 'Come Thy Kingdom, thy will be done, as in heaven so also on earth.' The Kingdom of God on earth, finally!

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Jesus said, "Upon this rock I will build my Church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it?" I'm not sure what your are saying here. do you believe the gates of hell have prevailed against the Church? Can Pope Francis really be "the destroyer of the Roman Catholic church?"

With regard to St. Malachy, his pronouncements have never been approved and there is a big question as to whether much of this was a forgery since it first appeared 400 years after the saint's death during a papal enclave. Read about it at;

TuNeCedeMalisPJS said...

Myron, the Pope does not have the power to bifurcate the singular Holy See that Jesus our Lord has established. It would be similar to Trump splitting the Presidency in two, the constitution (however unholy democracies are) simply does not bestow that power to him.
With that said, is it becoming more clear that Ann Barnhardt is correct?
Become part of the solution and join Ann, myself, and countless others:

MyronM said...

The difference is in the terms "my Church" and "roman catholic Church". In the authentic prophecy from La Salette, the Blessed Virgin announced that "Rome would lose faith and would become the seat of the Antichrist", while in the authentic 3rd secret of Fatima, She said that Rome would be destroyed. In the context of these prophecies (St. Malachy, La Salette, Fatima) and current events in the Vatican, the fate of the Roman church is obvious. However, "my Church" or the one founded by the Holy Savior, will survive despite the fury of hell. Just as the falling Mosaic religion gave the world Jesus Christ, the first Comforter, the dying Roman Catholic church, gives birth to the Paraclete, the second Comforter.

If Saint Malachi's prophecy is a fake, why do the (pre-publication, before 1590) popes list contain the names of 10 anti-popes? A counterfeiter who knew the story perfectly well would have avoided these characters. The course of the papacy's history, in particular the role of Benedict XVI in the liquidation of St. Peter's Office, makes this prophecy entirely credible. However, deciphering each Latin phrase in this text requires a lot of intellectual effort from the interpreter.

Unknown said...

I won't distinguish between "my Church" and the Holy "Roman Catholic Church" I believe they are one in the same.
Malachy's history is clear. These "prophesy's" were found hundreds of years later than it may have been created and the of description of the Popes are more clear prior to "the find" than after. However I do not take it as fake or prophesy. In my mind it could be one or the other, time may tell or it could still be unclear, we will see.
Fatima, I faithfully take as true revelation. It's clear that if we pray and if we can get the Church to turn back it's corrupt ways that future tribulations predicted can be avoided.
So I pray and fast for that to occur and do not wish that either prophesy be true.
With that said, the 12000 year cataclysmic cycle could prove to be that tribulation (see Suspicious 0bservers youtube)...

MyronM said...

The Last Pontifex, Judas
The Olive Garden, in which the Lord Jesus was sweating with blood, was also a witness to the treacherous act of Judas the Apostle. The Saint Mary' church at Avenida La Plata 286 (Spanish: 'Silver Avenue') in Buenos Aires, where Eucharistic Miracles appeared (May 1992, August 1996) is a contemporary edifice (1936) of a certain Jorge Bergoglio. The apostle Judas*, Jesus' companion and perhaps His peer, assisted the birth of the Church and sold his Head, Jesus Christ, for thirty pieces of silver. The infamous Argentinean in Vatican, also from the society of Jesus - in his spiritual constriction even retained the passport of his native Argentina - is the payment that Benedict XVI, the last successor of Saint Peter the Apostle, received for betrayal of the Mystical Body of Jesus Christ, for adultery with the spirit of this world and enabling the crucifixion of the Roman Catholic church. Illusive argentum (silver) of temporality, a mountain of silver on the banks of the Tiber River - man feels betrayal from afar. Poor papa Benedict did not expect such a payment: now he is bound with this Argentine "Living Silver" in the Vatican like Judas with a pile of silver in the courtyard of the Temple of Jerusalem. The merciful Mother of the Church, however, will give, as in Fatima foretold, to the "Bishop in White", the last Pontifex (B16), an opportunity for repentance and perfect remorse, just as She gave this grace to the first one - Saint Peter the Apostle.
And where are the cardinals, bishops, when the Roman Catholic Church is in mortal danger? They hid like the first apostles. Only the beloved disciple, John, persevered at Jesus. Who of the apostles persevere at the crucified Church? Messenger the Fire, but will he find faith on earth?

*Judas Iscariot appears in the New Testament as the 12th, last apostle. Pope Benedict XVI, as the last of the successors of Saint Peter the Apostle, jumped into Judas' shoes and committed treason. After the Ascension of the Lord, the College of the Apostles was completed by Matthew or 'God's Gift'. After the betrayal of Benedict XVI, his place is taken by Messenger the Fire, the another Comforter - the heavenly gift of God the Father and the Son for the last days.

MyronM said...

[Matt 16, 21-24]: "From that time Jesus began to shew to his disciples, that he must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things from the ancients and scribes and chief priests, and be put to death, and the third day rise again. And Peter taking him, began to rebuke him, saying: Lord, be it far from thee, this shall not be unto thee. Who turning, said to Peter: Go behind me, Satan, thou art a scandal unto me : because thou savourest not the things that are of God, but the things that are of men. Then Jesus said to his disciples: If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. "

The Church as a Mystical Body must follow the same path as its Head, Jesus Christ. The last Roman Pope Benedict XVI became a hindrance on this path and was removed. "Scribes and chief priests" of today under Bergoglio kill the visible Church. It was all foretold and thank God it's happening so fast. What after the death of the Church? She will rise again in the form of God's visible kingdom on earth. After all, Mary Magdalene saw the risen Lord as a gardener! Was He not the new Adam in a new paradise?

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

When people have creative interpretations for what's happening, the first question that pops into my head is, "Where to you get your authority for this?" Your comments are a little too much like the X-Files, Myron.

MyronM said...

Dear Unknown,
"It's clear that if we pray and if we can get the Church to turn back it's corrupt ways that future tribulations predicted can be avoided." It's too late. The time given to Rome for conversion had run out.
First, learn the authentic 3 secret of Fatima, and then read my text below.

The end of the papacy in Rome

Benedict XVI ceased to be Pope on February 28, 2013. By his actions - preservation of the title of pope and monarch' name, the white cassock, residing in the Vatican and simultaneous displaying a special reverence to the Argentinian, whom he let in the boots to the Petrine Throne - he shows that the head of the Church can be split – oh, horrendum - for two parts, the contemplative one and the active one; he [B16] became a heretic, and as such he set himself apart from the comunion with the Church, accelerating only the destruction of the Roman Catholic church. What a horrifying conciliarism! Is it still wondering why Saint Pope Pio X called modernism the effluent (sewage) of all heresies?! Father Joseph Ratzinger, as an adviser at the Second Vatican Council, strongly imbibed with novelties. Later, as Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, he contributed to the mockery with the publication of the so-called Fatima's 3rd Secret. When, as Pope Benedict XVI, he finally perceived the damage modernism and the hiding of the Fatima message made to the Roman church, he wanted to fix it somehow. With the letter 'Summorum Pontificum', he allowed priests to freely perform mass in the old rite; in a sermon during the mass in Fatima on May 13, 2010, he signaled the falsehood of the official interpretation of part of the Fatima secret, but it was too late to reverse the course of events. At last he got scared of the wolves pretending to be shepherds of souls and hid in an abandoned monastery in the Vatican, claiming that he was still a pope - modernism got to the very head of the Roman Catholic church and split it in two chunks. The first "pope" actively demolishes the church, the second "pope" contemplates the actions of the first, the activist. However, none of them is the pope - God's providence also watches over the transfer of the Church! The exact words of the Embodied Wisdom-Divine Mother in Proverbs [of Solomon] fit exactly here [Prov 1, 29-32]:
“They have hated knowledge, they have not chosen the fear of Yahweh, they have taken no notice of my advice, they have spurned all my warnings: so they will have to eat the fruits of their own ways of life, and choke themselves with their own scheming. For the errors of the simple lead to their death, the complacency of fools works their own ruin...”
Benedict XVI, by virtue of the power given by the Lord Jesus to Saint Peter, binding and loosing, made his last papal act: he dissolved the papacy itself in the Roman Catholic Church on Feb. 28, 2013 AD (8:00 p.m. CET). Once again the words of the Savior were to be fulfilled [John 21:18]:
'In all truth I tell you, when you were young you put on your own belt and walked where you liked; but when you grow old you will stretch out your hands, and somebody else will put a belt round you and take you where you would rather not go.' In fact, Peter became old in the person of Pope Benedict, he succumbed to violence and abandoned his flock like a hireling, at the same time abolishing the office of the Prince of the Apostles. The Roman papacy ceased on Feb. 28, 2013 AD. .... [to be continued]

MyronM said...

Dear Unknown,
In the Marian calendar on that day reigns Hodegetria of Wilna, an icon which from the imperial Constantinople - through Sofia Paleolog married to Ivan III, the Grand Duke of Moscow, and through their daughter Helena, married to Alexander Jagiello, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, later king of Poland - found its way to Wilna. The Holy Icon, venerated next to the Gate of Dawn in the church of the Holy Spirit - first Orthodox, then Uniate, then again Orthodox - was lost in the era of the Bolshevik Revolution. Currently, there is a copy of it in the Holy Spirit church. This Little Boy in Madonna's arms is the Paraclete, Her Spouse and the visible Head of the Church after the abolition of the papacy in Rome. Since the execution of the sentence on the Roman papacy took place at 8 p.m., it was already the eve of March 1 (2013) and the first Friday of the month. On this day in Vernole, Apulia, Italy, there is a fiesta, despite the Lent, in remembrance of miraculously rescued survivors from a ship that sank centuries ago on the Adriatic on the first Friday of March. The Madonna Addolorata rescues today the castaways from the Roman nave of the Catholic church that sunk in the depths of modernism. In Rome, well-informed believers are reminded of Madonna delle Bombe, who saved Herself with the Boy in her arms (next to the Saint Peter's Oratory) during the Italian airman's bombardment of the Holy Office Square in Rome on March 1, 1944. The square took its name from the Palace of the Holy Office, that is, the contemporary Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Cardinal Joseph Raztinger was her prefect for many years. Rome lost faith, the congregation did not protect it enough. As a result of the air raid, the window panes fell out, allowing fresh air to enter the palace, but also that the Holy Spirit could breathe again into the whole Church. He will do it now by the Paraclete.
The conclave on March 13, 2013 chose as the visible head of the Church a certain Francis (or 'Little Frenchman'), and the inauguration of his pontificate took place on March 19, 2013, that is, on feast of Saint Joseph, because He is the spouse of the Blessed Virgin! The Church therefore has a visible head, though unrecognized. (Also, it was not immediately noticed that Jesus Christ is the head of the Church, because the cult in the temple of Jerusalem was still active.)
This Little Frenchman was elected in the Sistine chapel, built by Sixtus IV. This also agrees, because 'Sixtus IV' means '6' '1' '5', or 'Saturn'-'Mercury'-'Jupiter' (from the house of 'David-Apostolic-Great Monarch'). This is this Fire that the Lord Jesus wanted to throw on earth! As the Heavenly Father removed the old worship and the temple of Jerusalem making space for the Church of Christ, so too does the Lord Jesus make room for the Paraclete and the Kingdom of God on earth. Because Rome did not disclose the 3rd secret of Fatima and did not convert, so will be exterminated, just as sister Lucy wrote in her testimony on April 1, 1944 at the request of her bishop, but none of the popes took it seriously. The countdown of the critical 69 weeks, during which Rome had a chance to convert, began on the day the 3rd secret was written down and handed over to the bishop - the time elapsed on April 1, 2013! The dogma of faith will no longer be preserved by Rome (= the Roman Catholic church), but in Fatima, that is, in the person of the Mother of the Church - She, the Blessed Virgin is the depository of the Catholic faith.
The papacy in Rome has been dissolved irrevocably - no man on earth has the power to re-establish it. This does not mean, however, that the papacy ceased to exist at all. The papacy means the father's authority: in the Old Testament it was God the Father, in the Holy Church - Jesus Christ, in the Kingdom of God it will be the Paraclete, Father of the Poor.

MyronM said...

Dear Mary Ann,

My authority? "Now there are diversities of graces, but the same Spirit;" [1 Corinthians 12, 4].

I am sending yet another my text explaining the situation of the Church in our time.
Celestine V, Benedict XVI and the Paraclete

In the Saint Malachi's prophecy, we find the mistical nickname of Celestine V (Pietro da Morrone):
'Ex eremo celsus' = The 'Sublime (Exalted) from the Desert'
Hermit, but not a misanthrope. He lived a harsh life like the second John the Baptist. More heavenly than earthly. And yet a practical man, the creator of the new branch of the Benedictines, originally called brothers of the Holy Spirit. On the way to the Second Council of Lyon (convened on May 7, 1274), Abbot Peter of Morrone had the vision of the Holy Virgin in Collemaggio (L'Aquila), who asked him to build a temple in that place in Her honor. Peter's Benedictines quickly fulfilled Her wish, because already on August 25, 1288, the monumental church in open fields was consecrated.
At least from the council in Lyon, the hermit Peter was well known in the highest ecclesiastical circles, so when the conclave elected him on July 5, 1294, he was not made a joke for the pope. He took the name Celestine V, means 'Heavenly' V.
Peter built the church in Collemaggio, where he himself later was crowned Pope on August 29, 1294, that is on the Passion of John the Baptist. To this circumstance, the new pope set up an annual jubilee indulgence on August 28/29, beginning with the feast of Saint Augustin, the Great Convert.
Celestine was nicer, however, spiritual life, heavenly than courtly, earthly: he abdicated on December 13, 1294, on Saint Lucy. In that era it was the winter solstice day. A hope for light! What light? Of which? From the Fire, about which the Lord Jesus spoke [Luke 12: 49]: 'I have come to throw fire on the earth, and how I long for it to burn!' Pope Celestine V following in the footsteps of John the Baptist, as the brother of the Holy Spirit, removed himself to make room for the Fire from Heaven, for the Paraclete - someone more heavenly than earthly, someone who is full of the Holy Spirit, though He is not the Holy Spirit.
Pietro da Morrone died on May 19, 1296, on the 7th day of the octave of the Pentecost and commemoration of Saint Pudentiana (= the 'Shy'), the foundress of the oldest church in Rome. ... [to be continued]

MyronM said...

The spiritual desire of Peter Celestine, or the 'Heavenly Rock', came true only in the pontificate of the last successor of Saint Peter the Apostle, that is pope Benedict XVI. As a result of the earthquake, on 5/6 April 2009 (Palm Sunday / Monday of the Holy Week) the basilica at Collemaggio collapsed, including the Celestine' V mausoleum, but his glass coffin did not suffer any damage. When pope Benedict XVI arrived on April 28, 2009 to L'Aquila and visited the basilica, he placed on Celestin's sarcophagus his pallium, which he received on the inauguration of his own pontificate on April 24, 2005. It was a greek-type pallium with 5 crosses. From June 29, 2008, Benedict XVI began using the roman pallium with 6 crosses. Pallium is the attribute of a metropolitan archbishop that express his patriarchal right to administer the episcopal consecration. With this symbolic act (pallium's dedication) Benedict XVI has made a spiritual abdication to the unknown Patriarch, whom describes the names of both Pontiffs participating in this scene: one from heaven, Saint Celestine V, the other one from the earth, Benedict XVI, or Celestine '5' and Benedict '16', or simple 'Blessed Heavenly' '1'5'6'. After the abdication, Celestine V was Peter again (he was the 'Rock' by birth!) and the liturgical calendar mentions him as Saint Peter Celestine. Therefore, we can consistently say about that unknown Patriarch: the 'Blessed Heavenly Rock CLVI'. What does the number '1'5'6' mean? If anyone has come to this place, let him ask!
The 'Blessed Heavenly Rock' the Patriarch is the visible head of the Church on earth, vicar of Jesus Christ, coming out from the ruined Roman Catholic church (like the Collemaggio basilica due to the earthquake). This is the Stone rejected by the builders, that is, by church' freemasonry. They build a different community, not God's but Satan's one, humanistic, temporal. Why do they need a Heavenly Stone? He is a hindrance to them, the stumbling block. And yet, the Church of Christ continues and will be reborn on the earth thanks to this 'Blessed Heavenly Rock', identical with the Paraclete.
The confusion we see today in the Roman Catholic church is not a crisis but a breakthrough. The breakthrough of this rank, as the departure of Noah's Ark, the exit of Israel from Egypt under Moses, the exit of the Christ Church from Judaism. What is this contemporary breakthrough about? Of the many called, the elect (chosen) ones [Matt. 22, 14] will be introduced by the Paraclete and the Apocalyptic Woman to the Kingdom of God here on earth! We experience the great tribulation right now [Matt. 24, 21]. The pressure will increase further to separate the wheat from the chaff, the elect from the many called.
The Lord Jesus is the foundation [1Corinthians 3, 11] of the building which is the Church, in particular the militant one, and the Paraclete (is) the crowning of this Divine enterprise - the head of the corner [Matt. 21, 42]. The Paraclete, as the monarch and priest like Melchizedek, will be the visible Head of the Church on earth and will remain with us until the end of the world [John 14, 16]. Therefore, the last word of the paragraph about Peter the Roman, identical with the Paraclete, in the Saint Malachi's prophecy reads: FINIS.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I find this interesting (Thanks for posting!) but unconvincing. Ultimately it's a personal interpretation. I just don't believe that God will leave us orphaned or that the gates of hell have prevailed against the Church. I won't concede that much power to either Benedict or Francis.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

You forgot about his 2013 "Fundamentalists are diseased" quote ...