posted on May, 22 2010 @ 03:46 PM
If his "message" really concerns the end of the Catholic church, I'll be cheering him on though, ...
It was/is an important message, even though I doubt that he realized the significance of it. And I don't think he intentionally implied the
destruction of the Catholic Church. But what he said ties in with the second to last prophecy of St. Malachy's list of popes. If you are unfamiliar
with these, you can find a lot of info in this blog on ATS especially from this post on down:
The last three entries of St. Malachy's prophecies of the popes of the Holy Roman Church (S.R.E.) are:
"Gloria olivae." === "The Glory of the Olive"
"In psecutione extrema S.R.E. sedebit." === "In extreme persecution of the Catholic Church, he will preside."
"Petrus Romanus ...." === "Peter of Rome ..."
On May 11th 2010, the current pope flew to Portugal for a 4-day visit. He gave a press conference on the plane. In a translation of the Pope's own
words, that he made during the press conference on the plane to Portugal to visit Fatima, Pope Benedict XVI called the current sex scandal rocking the
Catholic Church its "greatest persecution".
"Greatest Persecution" of the current pope's speech is nearly identical to the "Extreme Persecution" of the ancient prophecy.
Here is my post on the pope's press conference on his trip to Fatima:
The whole blog is called: "St. Malachy on the current pope"
The blog started on March 30th of this year, so it is very up-to-date.