Pope Francis may quit very soon to fulfill an ancient prophecy (rumor mill)

Septextura

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He said in 2013: “I don’t think there’s ever been any doubt that he will resign in 2020.

“He made clear from the beginning that he regarded Pope Benedict’s (XVI) act as a prophetic act of great modesty and he would have absolutely no problem in doing the same.

“What was interesting was he said to Mexican television in 2014 that he believed that he would have a short papacy of about five years.

“Now. given that he was elected in March 2013, then in 2017, he would have considered stepping down if nature hadn’t intervened.

“But, what I’m hearing now from people close to him is that he’s going to need seven years to achieve his five-year plan and that, of course, would mean staying on until 2020.”

The revelation will no doubt put some Christians on the edge of their seats, as it could apparently fulfil a 900-year-old prophecy made by 12th-century Archbishop Saint Malachy.

In 1139, Malachy went to Rome from Ireland to give an account of his affairs, when he reportedly received a strange vision about the future, including the names of 112 future Popes.

His prediction concerning the 111th pope, Pope Benedict XVI, was "Gloria Olivae," which means "the glory of the Olive".

The Order of Saint Benedict is also known as the Olivetans, which many claim makes Malachy's prophecies correct.
However, his prediction for the 112th and current pope, Francis, is far more chilling.

It reads: "In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Peter the Roman, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations, after which the seven-hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people. The End.”

The father of the current pope was Pietro, or Peter, and was from Italy even though the family moved to Argentina.

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ding

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He said in 2013: “I don’t think there’s ever been any doubt that he will resign in 2020.

“He made clear from the beginning that he regarded Pope Benedict’s (XVI) act as a prophetic act of great modesty and he would have absolutely no problem in doing the same.

“What was interesting was he said to Mexican television in 2014 that he believed that he would have a short papacy of about five years.

“Now. given that he was elected in March 2013, then in 2017, he would have considered stepping down if nature hadn’t intervened.

“But, what I’m hearing now from people close to him is that he’s going to need seven years to achieve his five-year plan and that, of course, would mean staying on until 2020.”

The revelation will no doubt put some Christians on the edge of their seats, as it could apparently fulfil a 900-year-old prophecy made by 12th-century Archbishop Saint Malachy.

In 1139, Malachy went to Rome from Ireland to give an account of his affairs, when he reportedly received a strange vision about the future, including the names of 112 future Popes.

His prediction concerning the 111th pope, Pope Benedict XVI, was "Gloria Olivae," which means "the glory of the Olive".

The Order of Saint Benedict is also known as the Olivetans, which many claim makes Malachy's prophecies correct.
However, his prediction for the 112th and current pope, Francis, is far more chilling.

It reads: "In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will reign Peter the Roman, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations, after which the seven-hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people. The End.”

The father of the current pope was Pietro, or Peter, and was from Italy even though the family moved to Argentina.

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You provide a link to a website that has horoscopes? It is hard to accept a website as ligament that has horoscopes on it.
 

Washed

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You provide a link to a website that has horoscopes? It is hard to accept a website as ligament that has horoscopes on it.
It is a news source online like we get newspapers that are physical paper. Most if not all papers and online news have horoscopes. Regardless, I don't think he will step down.
 
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