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Prophetic Update : Is The New Pope Francis The Last Pope of St Malachy Prophec?y

Prophetic Update 3-13-13

Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina has been elected pope, and will be known as Pope Francis. Bergoglio, 76, becomes the first pope from the Americas. He has chosen to be known as Pope Francis. The 76-year-old has spent nearly his entire career at home in Argentina, overseeing churches and shoe-leather priests. Francis, the archbishop of Buenos Aires, reportedly got the second-most votes from the 115 cardinals after Joseph Ratzinger in the 2005 papal election, and he has long specialized in the kind of pastoral work that some say is an essential skill for the next pope. In a lifetime of teaching and leading priests in Latin America, which has the largest share of the world's Catholics, Francis has shown a keen political sensibility as well as the kind of self-effacing humility that fellow cardinals value highly. He is also known for modernizing an Argentine church that had been among the most conservative in Latin America. White smoke billowed from the Vatican's Sistine Chapel earlier Wednesday, indicating the cardinals selected Francis after two days of voting. Doomsday fanatics claim that a 12th century prophecy states the successor to Benedict XVI will be the last pope before the end of the world. After the Mayan 2012 prophecies failed to materialise, apocalypse aficionados have turned their attention to the purported writings of St Malachy, an Irish saint and Archbishop of Armagh, who lived between 1094 and 1148. St Malachy is said to have travelled to Rome in 1139, where he experienced a vision of future popes, writing down a series of 112 cryptic phrases that described each one in turn. This list was "lost" in the Roman Archives until 1590, found by Benedictine monk Fra Arnold de Wyon. The current Bishop of Rome, Pope Benedict XVI, who is stepping down, is number 111. The list ends at 112 with a black pope identified as "Peter the Roman", whose pontificate will allegedly bring the destruction of the city of Rome, the Catholic Church and usher the beginning of the Apocalypse. Saint Malachy's final words were: "Rome, the seat of the Vatican, will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people."

16 comments:

  1. The NEW POPE will go by the name of Francis, plus, and this is a BIG PLUS, he is from Argentina! So, Tom Horn and Cris Putnam should have EGG ON THEIR FACES as far as I'm concerned.

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  2. Man, this guy is GRASPING AT STRAWS!!! He can't even pronounce Jesuits properly, yet we're supposed to listen to him? This is tooooooooooo FUNNY!

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    1. The above commentor is correct. Jesuit is pronounced Jez-U-it and not Jess-soo-it. This guy is a joke and has little credibility! He needs to buy a dictionary and stay away from Wikipedia.

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  3. This guy can't even pronounce the name Jorge. It is pronounced Whore-hay and not Whore-gay! Also he mispronounces Buenos Aires. Come on now!!! Get a dictionary.

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  4. Listening to any man you get traditions of man, we are in the generation of the fig treee only our Father knows when this earth age will end but heres a Big Clue our Lord Jesus doesn't return until satan the false messiah(antichrist)appears in Jerusalem claiming to be Jesus when hes cast from Heaven Rev. 12:6-12 to the earth.

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  5. The head of the Jesuits is known as the Black Pope, hence there is some correlation to St Malachy's prophecy of the 112 pope being the first black pope, Pope Francis is the first Jesuit Pope, a Black Pope, as far as peter the roman, it may be a metaphor first pope to last pope and the humility that the new pope is know for makes him like our first pope peter and christ like.

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  6. Pastor Murray at ShepherdsChapel teaching Fathers Word chapter by chapter verse by verse will give you the understanding you need so you don't end up worshipping satan as most will wonder n worship the dragon after he heals that Deadly Wound of the one world government Rev. 13:3

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  7. Why am I not surprised? How many failed predictions and prophecies have we heard going into 2012? Now this? Pope Francis isn't even close to fulfilling St. Malachy's prophecy no matter how much these end-timers try to shoe-horn it. Give it up already!

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  8. Pope Francis is the son of Italian inmigrants. Seriously, look it up.

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  9. There is credibility to Saint Malachy's prophecy:
    This pope is of Italian (Roman) descent.
    He chose the name of Francis.... obviously because of his dedication to the ministry of Saint Francis of Assisi (Whose full name was Francisco Di Pietro----That is "Peter").
    so to say that Saint Malachy's prophcy failed is a bit premature.... as time goes on, we will see that Saint Malachy was right on target.

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  10. As Ron says "listening to ANY man you get 'traditons of man' that includes Shepherds Chapel and Pastor Murray. Stick to the Bible for all guidance from the Holy Spirit.

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  11. wher did you get this information about Francis dipietro. please send me this information at meagrey@yahoo.com

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  12. This presenter needs to do more research and work on his pronunciation. God Bless!

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  13. www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/.../Saint-Francis-of-Assisi - Cached - Similar
    Saint Francis of Assisi, Italian San Francesco d'Assisi, baptized Giovanni,
    renamed Francesco, original name Francesco di Pietro di Bernardone (born
    1181/82, ...

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  14. St Malachy – spot on:
    Assisi = is known for Rocca Maggiore, which means Big Rock = Peter.
    So, Pope Francis is named for Francis of Assisi – Francis of Big Rock = Francis Peter

    Another tidbit:
    Nostradamus second quatrain 49 of Century 5:

    Nul de l’Espaigne mais de l’antique France,
    Ne sera esleu pour le tremblant nacelle,
    A l’ennemy sera faicte fiance,
    Qui dans son regne sera peste cruelle.

    Not from Spain but from ancient France,
    Will be elected for the trembling ship [the Bark of St. Peter],
    He will make a promise to the enemy,
    Who will cause great plague during his reign.

    So, Pope Francis is from Argentina (Old Spain right), nope, his parents are from Turin, which happens to be ancient France (Lombards and Charlemagne) – so spot on.

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  15. Pope Francis' father was Italian his mother Argentinian

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