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This weeks news of Pope Benedict’s retirement is certainly a big media event but there could be more to this story than meets the eye.

In the 12th century, Archbishop St. Malachy had a prophetic vision of the next 112 popes which has become known as the “Prophecy of the Popes“. Soon retiring Pope Benedict was number 111 on the list so the next pope will be the last one according to this prophecy. Malachy described him as:

“In the extreme persecution of the Holy Roman Church there will sit Peter the Roman, who will pesture his sheep in many tribulations: and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the terrible judge will judge his people. The End.”

From this description, some Catholics believe this next pope is the precursor of ”many tribulations” which brings about the advancement of apocalyptic events. Many Bible believing Christians looking at the events in the world would agree with this too and this could give rise the false prophet described in the book of Revelation!

Malachy’s list seems to be very accurate but it’s important to remember nothing should be elevated to have the same weight and significance as Bible prophecy. It does make the current developments very interesting though especially when a leading is Cardinal Tarcisio Pietro Evasio Bertone, who could be called Peter the Roman as he was born in Romano, Italy. Or another on the list is Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana. This will be very interesting to watch to see what happens…

Just hours after the pope announced his retirement –

Lightning Strikes St. Peter’s in Vatican City – coincidence?

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2 Responses to Is the next pope the final one?

  • Excellent presentation this morning: well done, both of you!
    Steve, I just wanted to say I am in the middle of reading Petrus Romanus, and will soon (hopefully) be in a position to offer to lend it to anyone. I don’t know if you have read it already; it sheds a lots of light on the history and inner workings of the Roman Church and its teachings – but tends to get a bit side-tracked in several large chunks so far – in my humble opinion, that is! I am particularly thankful that this book does thoroughly expose the machinations of freemasonry, so for that reason it is worthwhile wading through the conspiracy-theory-type of discussions it contains! I feel we Christians should make it our business to learn more about the tactics of the enemy of our souls …
    Thank you both again – and by the way, the site is extremely user-friendly, and I really like the design.

    • Hi Jeanne, thank you for your comments and glad you enjoyed the presentation. Yes, I read Petrus Romanus last year, their details on the Roman Church were very good so helped my understanding. The Vatican are well aware of St. Malachy’s prophecy so it will be interesting to see who the next pope will be at the end of the month. God bless.

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