Quo-Vadis-Petre ~ Where are you going Peter?

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posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 09:34 PM
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Wow, did you know Our Lord appeared to Peter during the time Peter was Pope? Listen...in the first couple of minutes of a 10 minute homily about Pope Benedict XVI's Abdication. Hear at:


www.audiosancto.org...




posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 10:03 PM
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Couldn't get that to work on my phone... There was no such thing as a Pope when Peter lived. Not for hundreds of years after either.



posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 10:54 PM
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Originally posted by colbe

Wow, did you know Our Lord appeared to Peter during the time Peter was Pope? Listen...in the first couple of minutes of a 10 minute homily about Pope Benedict XVI's Abdication. Hear at:


www.audiosancto.org...


You got me thinking. He mentioned Peter being crucified in Mystery Babylon (Rome).

Revelation 11

7 Now when they have finished their testimony, the beast that comes up from the Abyss will attack them, and overpower and kill them. 8 Their bodies will lie in the public square of the great city—which is figuratively called Sodom and Egypt—where also their Lord was crucified. 9 For three and a half days some from every people, tribe, language and nation will gaze on their bodies and refuse them burial. 10 The inhabitants of the earth will gloat over them and will celebrate by sending each other gifts, because these two prophets had tormented those who live on the earth.

Who is "Their Lord?" Our Lord was crucified in Jerusalem. I now assume that Babylon's Lord might just have been Peter. Things that make you go hummmmmm......

We need to see those witnesses now.

Is it possible the witnesses will testify in Rome? Hummmmmm...

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posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 11:53 PM
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Flag for you, colbe, but this incident is rooted in the apocryphal Acts of Peter, which is a non-canonical text. I'm surprised that a priest would use this as the basis of a homily, though I was similarly surprised by the use of non-canonical texts in "Stations of the Cross", and I'm okay with that (it's one of my favourite Catholic experiences, in fact,) so I suppose I should be okay with this, too.



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 12:30 AM
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Originally posted by yamammasamonkey
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Couldn't get that to work on my phone... There was no such thing as a Pope when Peter lived. Not for hundreds of years after either.


Hi,
Peter was the first Pope, Our Lord named Peter leader of His Church on earth (Matt 16-18). He was first and all those men who followed Peter in succession. I can share the list.

Peter was martyred/crucified on hill in Rome. Peter speaks of Rome in 1 Peter 5:13. The Christians were being persecuted, there was a code word for Rome, Babylon.

1 Peter 5:13 The church that is in Babylon, elected together with you, saluteth you: and so doth my son Mark.



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 12:59 AM
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Originally posted by adjensen
Flag for you, colbe, but this incident is rooted in the apocryphal Acts of Peter, which is a non-canonical text. I'm surprised that a priest would use this as the basis of a homily, though I was similarly surprised by the use of non-canonical texts in "Stations of the Cross", and I'm okay with that (it's one of my favourite Catholic experiences, in fact,) so I suppose I should be okay with this, too.


I don't know anything of the "Acts of Peter" adjensen. Hmm, interesting.

The priest spoke about the particular Church in Rome connected with the history of Peter and his time in Rome. The oral passed down, yeah, revelation isn't the written Word only. It is neat, to hear of Our Lord appearing to Peter AFTER His Ascension, an early account of Jesus appearing. I like the priest asking everyone to pray and offer sacrifice during Lent for the Conclave. The priests on audiosancto are anonymous. Some do recognize them, they're priests from the traditional orders.

Where were you when you heard of Pope Benedict's decision to step down?



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 01:50 AM
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"Smoke of Satan entering the sanctuary" is a reference to something relating to Apostasy in the Third Secret of Fatima.

Very interesting to hear it from the mouth of a priest and not a conspiracy theorist.

Thanks for sharing that. Interesting sermon.

Interesting and unusual "cadence" of the speaker as well, which somehow reminds me to give thanks that I'm not a Roman Catholic.

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posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by colbe
Where were you when you heard of Pope Benedict's decision to step down?

It was on the morning news that I wake up to and, to be honest, I didn't think it was that big of a deal. After doing some reading, I understand why it would be, but I think it was a very appropriate action for him to take -- Benedict is clearly putting the interests of the church ahead of his own, a great example of humility.



posted on Feb, 18 2013 @ 06:36 PM
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HORSEPUCKY!!!
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posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 06:08 AM
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Originally posted by adjensen

Originally posted by colbe
Where were you when you heard of Pope Benedict's decision to step down?

It was on the morning news that I wake up to and, to be honest, I didn't think it was that big of a deal. After doing some reading, I understand why it would be, but I think it was a very appropriate action for him to take -- Benedict is clearly putting the interests of the church ahead of his own, a great example of humility.


Hi, thanks adjensen,

The Holy Father's announcement sure enlightened the world to the times, these end times.

I saw this prophecy at www.fisheaters.com...

Blessed Tomasuccio de Foligno made in the beginning of the XIVth century:

In my opinion he has prophesied that the Orthodox schism would be ended by the next Pope:
"One from beyond the mountains shall become the Vicar Of God. Religious and clerics shall take part in this change. Outside the true path, there will be only disreputable men; I shrug my shoulders when the Bark of Peter is in danger and there is no one to lend it help... The schismatic shall fall into the scorn of the Italian faithful... By ABOUT twelve years shall the millennium have passed when the resplendent mantle of legitimate power shall emerge from the shadows where it was being kept by the schism. And beyond harm from the one who is blocking the door of salvation, for his deceitful schism shall have come to an end. And the mass of the faithful shall attach itself to the worthy Shepherd, who shall extricate each one from error and restore to the Church its beauty. He shall renew it....



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 08:47 AM
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In my opinion he has prophesied that the Orthodox schism would be ended by the next Pope

Hmmm...

Based on what I've studied as regards the Eastern Orthodox Church, I think that highly unlikely, though possible, and if it was indeed the case, would be kind of frightening, from a prophetic standpoint.

While there has been some movement of clergy and congregations from the Episcopal and Anglican churches into the Roman Catholic Church, the reunification of the entire orthodox church would require the Eastern Orthodox to come back under the auspices of the Roman church and, barring some very, very bad circumstances (along the lines of World War 3 or Armageddon) I think that their leadership and the majority of members are far too politically entrenched to even consider that.



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 05:33 PM
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Originally posted by adjensen
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In my opinion he has prophesied that the Orthodox schism would be ended by the next Pope

Hmmm...

Based on what I've studied as regards the Eastern Orthodox Church, I think that highly unlikely, though possible, and if it was indeed the case, would be kind of frightening, from a prophetic standpoint.

While there has been some movement of clergy and congregations from the Episcopal and Anglican churches into the Roman Catholic Church, the reunification of the entire orthodox church would require the Eastern Orthodox to come back under the auspices of the Roman church and, barring some very, very bad circumstances (along the lines of World War 3 or Armageddon) I think that their leadership and the majority of members are far too politically entrenched to even consider that.


adjensen,

Oops, copy and paste, I should of removed the opinion, it was the person at fisheaters.com, his or her opinion.

MO, the Orthodox and the Protestants will definitely become Roman Catholic after experiencing the divine
Great Warning. When shown by God, the only thing to stop them will be their own choice. That is why I
repeat often, wherever you are spiritually, even non-Christians, say "yes" I believe in the Holy Eucharist
and you won't get waylaid during the Great Tribulation.

The anti-Christ and his evil will attempt to abolish the most Holy Eucharist.


love and blessings,



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 05:38 PM
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Originally posted by NewAgeMan
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"Smoke of Satan entering the sanctuary" is a reference to something relating to Apostasy in the Third Secret of Fatima.

Very interesting to hear it from the mouth of a priest and not a conspiracy theorist.

Thanks for sharing that. Interesting sermon.

Interesting and unusual "cadence" of the speaker as well, which somehow reminds me to give thanks that I'm not a Roman Catholic.

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NewAgedMan,

I really appreciate that you listened to the homily. I wish I could convince you to change your avatar pic. It does
not honor Our Lord. He wouldn't make fun of you.

Jesus loves you very very much.


God bless you,



colbe



posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 05:54 PM
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Don't assume - you don't understand it, because if you did, then you wouldn't for a moment think that I'm making fun of the Lord Jesus Christ.

P.S. It's about the bride of Christ, who is also me, along with the hope for heaven which Christ has made freely available to us.

I am a doorman who wishes to enter in and escort others to freely enter in to the domain of freedom and of a spiritual consummation, when God comes to live with us with we his people and he our God.

P.S.S. It is also about a shared triumph, that was, is and is to be, capable of altogether transcending the sorrow, suffering and indignities of life, as a shared joke with God in Jesus Christ, as a promise made and a promise kept but in the most glorious fashion imaginable.

It is also a representation of the Resurrection Life of absolute Liberation where absolute liberation = absolute forgiveness.

Please don't try to demonize me for it.


Thanks.


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posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by NewAgeMan
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Don't assume - you don't understand it, because if you did, then you wouldn't for a moment think that I'm making fun of the Lord Jesus Christ.

P.S. It's about the bride of Christ, who is also me, along with the hope for heaven which Christ has made freely available to us.

I am a doorman who wishes to enter in and escort others to freely enter in to the domain of freedom and of a spiritual consummation, when God comes to live with us with we his people and he our God.

P.S.S. It is also about a shared triumph, that was, is and is to be, capable of altogether transcending the sorrow, suffering and indignities of life, as a shared joke with God in Jesus Christ, as a promise made and a promise kept but in the most glorious fashion imaginable.

It is also a representation of the Resurrection Life of absolute Liberation where absolute liberation = absolute forgiveness.

Please don't try to demonize me for it.


Thanks.


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I don't quite understand NewAgeMan.

You have your humorous reason for the Santa hat.

"Demonizing" is like the word "spew" it is rather harsh.




no hard feelings and God bless you,



colbe



posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 04:40 PM
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Ah the Santa hat, yes. That signifies Jesus' future celebrations (from far afield) of every annual Winter Solstice celebration thereafter and for the remainder of his natural lifespan in human form, an event which his Great Work symbolized or reflected in a transcendent way - meaning that all future solstices of the evolutionary principal of the annual death/resurrection cycle of life on earth pointed to him as the embodiment and enactment of the evolutionary resurrection principal of life meeting new life wherein death has lost it's sting.

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posted on Feb, 24 2013 @ 04:43 PM
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The pope himself was my inspiration. Was he making fun of Jesus? I don't think so. But was he playing the role of the "secret Santa" (resurrected life of Jesus) of that I am convinced, yes.

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posted on Mar, 3 2013 @ 09:06 PM
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I get down about the attack on Catholicism. All you can do is say, shout out no, no, it is the one and only true faith. Watch and see, God is going to show the entire world soon before the evil anti-Christ attempts to destroy the faith. Repeating...God wants us all to believe the same.

Here is a very positive Message from Our Lord and His mother concerning the importance of prophecy and
about the future Pope.

www.locutions.org...

The most recent message, an excerpt:

February 27, 2013

The Messenger Pope

The Resignation As A Sign

Jesus

...The gifts of God set aside. So many times I have spoken to my servants, the prophets. I have given them heavenly messages for all the world to hear. I entrusted these messages to my Church, my bride. To whom else would I given them? She has come forth from my side. She is the new Eve. I would not give these messages to another. I want my bride to be exalted. Yet, how haltingly she accepts my words. Years go by and she does not see the treasure lying in her very bosom. She delays and delays. She keeps hidden what should be proclaimed on the housetops.

No more. The time is too short. The need for my prophetic word is too pressing. I can no longer just send messengers. I must send a pope who himself is the messenger. To him I will speak, directly, heart to heart, even face to face. All the world will know that this pope is a prophet to the nations.

Mary

For so long I have kept this future pope in my bosom, hidden from the nations, yet called to be their light. I have trained him in my word and he has frequently brought it forth. He is no stranger to prophecy. He understands the gift. He is familiar with my voice.

Know that I am raising up much more than just a pope. I am lifting up a prophet to the nations. All the world will listen because he will not just speak a word of wisdom but a clear prophetic word. He is not shy or bashful. He will not hide the gift. He will not be lifted up to place the lamp under a bushel basket. He knows where my word belongs.

Suddenly, a new light will shine forth, a surprise, a new help for my children who are so confused by the darkness of the world...






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