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The Final Pope Visions Of St. Malachy

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Many people , including Bible scholars, are fascinated with The End Time Prophecy.Since Pope Benedict XVI shocking resignation in 2013, questions pertaining to The Final Pope develop around St. Malachy, an Irish Saint , who had a vision of the Catholic Popes following Pope Celestine II down to the very last one. However, because his prophecies were hidden in the Vatican Archives for more than four centuries, many believe they were tampered with. If the Prophecies of the Popes are true, then Jorge Mario Bergoglio could be The Last Pope that reigns during The Great Tribulation.
According to St. Malachy’s prophecy, (Glory of the olive) is listed after John Paul II. Which is the 111th ...view middle of the document...

“I am well aware that this ministry, due to its essential spiritual nature, must be carried out not only with words and deeds, but no less with prayer and suffering. However, in today’s world, subject to so many rapid changes and shaken by questions of deep relevance for the life of faith, in order to govern the barque of Saint Peter and proclaim the Gospel, both strength of mind and body are necessary, strength which in the last few months, has deteriorated in me to the extent that I have had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me. ...( The Catholic World Report).
Peter The Roman
Does this leave us with Peterus Romanus; The final world religious leader, according to St. Malachy? This pope is to rule the church during Armageddon, World War III that also Nostradamus predicted. On march 13, 2013, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergogolio of Argentina was elected Pope. He was the 266th pontiff of the church,at age 76. .He took upon the name St. Frances of Assisi because of his passion for the poor. FOX News reports detail description inspired by Pope Frances.
"(St. Francis was) the man of the poor. The man of peace. The...

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