Is Cardinal Bergoglio the last Pope according to Malachy’s prophecy – Petrus Romanus? .
The new Pope is a Jesuit from Argentina….not a “roman”, not a “Peter”.
But Petrus can also mean “rock”.
This Pope will be the first Pope to have his throne in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is the seat of THE DOME OF THE ROCK!!!! The Dome of the Rock is the major Islamic sacred site at the Temple Mount.
However, the Temple Mount is the seat of contention and war…
“…The Temple Mount area where the Dome of the Rock is located is important to not only the Muslims who control it now, but also to Jews and Christians. As the place where the Jewish Temple once stood, the Temple Mount is considered to be the holiest place in Judaism and is the place where Jews and some Christians believe that the third and final temple will be built. This area is also the third holiest site in Islam. Because of its importance to both Jews and Muslims, the Temple Mount area is a highly contested religious site over which both the Palestinian Authority and Israel claim sovereignty…”
The Vatican is moving the throne of the Papacy to Jerusalem. Francis I will be the first Pope to sit there. Is it to claim these sites? Are we looking at the final move of globalist religion?
Also, it is interesting to note the significance of the name Francis I. The Franciscans are the order that are the “custodians of the Holy Land. ”
Time will tell….God certainly has planned out an amazingly elaborate ,complicated and perfect playing out and unraveling of all the events that are written in Scripture and spoken through the prophets He has chosen.
He is the Pope (the Roman) that will be at the Rock (The Dome of the Rock).
That is the only connection I can see at the moment…Time will tell
Cardinal Mahony, who retired in 2011, was accused of helping a confessed paedophile priest evade law enforcement by sending him out of state to a church-run treatment centre.
The disgraced former priest – named as Michael Baker – was later placed back in the Los Angeles ministry.
He was convicted in 2007 and sent to prison on sex abuse charges involving two boys.
The latest agreement concerns four other cases between the 1970s and the late 1990s.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, its former leader Cardinal Roger Mahony and the ex-priest have now agreed to settle four child sex abuse cases brought against them, lawyers for the victims said.
The plaintiffs’ lawyer Vince Finaldi said the settlement comes “as close to an admission of guilt as you’re going to get from the archdiocese”.
Clergy were not legally required under California law to report suspected child abuse to authorities until 1997.
Papal conclave chooses new pope – day one: live coverage
Live coverage as 115 cardinals gather in the Vatican to decide which of them will become the next leader of the world’s 1.2bn Catholics
This breaking news about the Pope being gay and having an affair with his secretary is very much believable if we look at the whole picture. I am posting a link to a video documentary that sheds light on the hows and whys of the decay that exists in the Church.
The video goes into detail about persecution, however it goes into great detail about the Church of Rome. It exposes the very foundations of Constantine’s tyranny and its sordid effects on history which still prevail today. A Vatican which hides pedophile priests and gays in its midst fits right into the picture once you see the historical facts presented in the video.
A prominent Catholic and gay blogger has renewed speculation that the outgoing Pope Benedict may be secretly gay.
Following the announcement that Benedict will not go into hidden retirement but will instead continue living in the Vatican with trusted secretary Archbishop Georg Gaenswein, The Dish’s Andrew Sullivan penned a post titled, “Two Popes, One Secretary,” in which he speculates that “something truly weird going on.”
The 56-year-old Gaenswein, dubbed “Gorgeous Georg” by the Italian media, was recently featured on the cover of Italian Vogue, according to the New York Daily News. Vogue, which did not interview the archbishop for the article, titled its piece: “Father Georg – It’s not a sin to be beautiful.”
“So Benedict’s handsome male companion will continue to live with him, while working for the other Pope during the day,” Sullivan writes. “Are we supposed to think that’s, well, a normal arrangement?”
Clearly, Sullivan does not.
In a past column, Sullivan concluded that it “seems pretty obvious” that “the current Pope is a gay man,” albeit one who has not “explored his sexuality, or has violated his own strictures on the matter.” Detailing the close relationship between His Holiness and the papal right-hand man, Sullivan’s column cites Colm Tóibín’s tabloid-esque review of Angelo Quattrocchi’s book The Pope Is Not Gay.
From the review:….