St. Francis of Assisi:
"when the Spirit has increased the number of such persons in various places, then it will send forth a wholly pure and saintly shepherd and leader,
conforming to Christ."
Elizabeth Canori Mora:
"I will form a new apostolate and send the Holy Ghost to renew the world....I will provide my Church with a new pastor, who is learned, holy and full
of My Spirit. With holy zeal he will reform My flock.”
Sister Bertina Bouquillon:
"A saint raised his arms to heaven, He appeases the wrath of God ascends to the throne of Peter."
Anna Maria Taigi:
"He is the holy pontiff chosen by God to withstand the storm." (he comes before the storm)
Sister Elena Aiello:
"His successor will GUIDE THE BOAT IN THE TEMPEST. But it will not delay the punishment of the wicked." (he comes before the tempest(which is the
"storm") and before the divine punishment of the wicked which are the 3-days of darkness)
Rudolph Gekner (1675):
"A new pastor of the universal Church will come from the shore through a celestial prodigy and in simplicity of heart adorned with the doctrines of
Brother John Cleft of the Rock:
"“God will raise up a holy Pope over whom the angels will rejoice. Enlightened by God, this man will re- construct almost the entire world through
his holiness and lead all to the true faith, and everywhere fear of God, virtue, and good morals will be(come) dominant. He will lead all erring sheep
back to the fold"
This pope arrives before the storm/tempest/punishment, which is the 3-days of darkness. he comes before the moment that it seems that "all is lost."
He arrives during a time of violent conflicts in the world. And yet it is apparent from the Anna Maria Taigi prophecy that he is not firmly and
solidly established in the Holy See until after those brutal 3-days:
Blessed Abbot Merlin Joachim of Fiore (d.1202):
"The power of this Pontiff's holiness will be so great as to be able to check the fury and impetuosity of threatening waves....Before, however, being
FIRMLY AND SOLIDLY established in the Holy See, there will be innumerable wars and violent conflicts during which the sacred throne shall be shaken."
(???)Puntalangt: "A bishop he shall be when crowned and shall ascend, an ordinary(unordinary?) coming from the bottom....He who saves must be
condemned, just as Christ his Master was condemned."(???)
Sister of the nativity:
"“I see in particular, two servants of the lord who will distinguish themselves in this glorious struggle and who by the grace of the Holy Ghost,
will fill with ardent zeal the hearts of the illustrious assembly”"
Abbe Souffrant the Cure of Maumusson (1828):
-“Toward the end of the usurper's reign, the Pope will die and he will have for his successor a young Pope, and it will be under him that the
restoration will take place”
-"Between the cries ‘Everything is lost’ and ‘Everything is saved,’ there will be scarcely any interval…”
-"At the moment one will believe all is lost, all will be won... Heaven will declare in the favour of France; she will return the victory, but this
will be attributed to the Lord, and not to men. The thing will be so surprising that the most vulgar will call it a miracle. And the Restoration will
"A humble chief pastor that guides the new nations: will be unfamiliar to everyone, but he shall be granted many graces and extraordinary gifts by the
Holy Spirit" ("Un umile Pastore supremo guiderà i nuovi popoli: sarà a tutti sconosciuto, ma a Lui saranno concesse molte grazie e doni straordinari
dallo SPIRITO SANTO)
Marie Julie Jahenny:
"It is I who will give you this pontiff. Pray for him that should see in his eyes a fierce revolution! Until death, his hand holds the cross and does
not let go of it."(1878)
What does a saintly, holy Pope do in the midst of God's wrath and in attempt to convert the whole world before the arrival of the antichrist? A: He
takes up the cross and gives away everything he has for the glory of God and for the suffering people. His comfort, his energy, his jacket, his pride,
his food, his anger, his love, all given away freely or given up, at every turn. Leading the way by example. Living out the words Jesus preached in
the Gospels. I think that very often (almost on a daily basis) he would go to places where people are suffering and in need of help. Working
tirelessly throughout the day using his hands and his influence to soften the hardships of the people. During the day he gives his sweat, blood, and
tears helping those in need.. At night he preaches the words of the Gospel that the people may be awakened, and offers more private sacrifices to
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