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Could our present pope, Francis I, possibly be the last pope of the Roman Catholic Church? Once each year on this website, a current prophetic world event is recorded taking place somewhere around the globe. In 2013 that event was the frightening prediction of the Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, St Malachy O'Morgan, who in 1143 AD predicted that the pope elected after Pope Benedict XVI, would witness the destruction of the city of Rome. On March 13th, 2013, the entire prophecy world awaited the fulfillment of St Malachy's prophecy that "Peter the Roman" would be the next (and perhaps last) pope elected to the papacy. But they were all shocked and dismayed when pope "Peter" turned out instead to be pope "Pedro." He was the first Latin American pope ever elected to the papacy. Please note that on February 11, 2013 (long before this pope was elected) a greeting was posted to pope "Pedro" on this website's homepage. Prophecy naysayers will no doubt wonder how that was possible.
This South American pope's parents had imigrated to Argentina from Italy many years ago, and thus "Peter the Roman" was indeed of Roman blood. And, as a Cardinal in Argentina, he had always led an extremely modest lifestyle (like his namesake St Peter) using public transportation, and spending most of his time helping the poor. When our newly elected pope was asked what he wished to be called, he immediately replied that he wanted to be known as Francis, after Saint Francis (de Pietro) of Assisi who followed in the footsteps of Saint Peter (Pietro), and also spent most of his life helping the world's poor.
Saint Malachy labelled this pope "Petrus Romanus," which translates in modern Italian to "Pietro Romano." This pope does indeed identify himself as a follower of San Pietro (Saint Peter), and his family does in fact come from a small town in Italy called Romano. The originator of this prophecy, St Malachy O'Morgan, was an Irish Catholic priest who in 1143 AD received a vision of 112 popes who he said would hold the Roman papacy from his time (Celestine II) until a time when the God would judge his Roman followers. The accuracy of Saint Malachy's prophecy down through the ages cannot be denied, he has correctly predicted the coming of 111 popes with no errors. Strange indeed that the original source of these prophecies should be the Catholic Church itself, and that these prophecies were stored in the Vatican's vaults for hundreds of years. The prophecies were also verified to be true by Catholic Church authorities, and Malachy was even canonized as a saint!
On February 11th 2013, Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation from the papacy. Later that evening a bolt of lightning suddenly struck the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica, and storm clouds appeared in the skies over Rome. The Internet was soon ablaze with ominous stories about the pending election of "Peter the Roman" (Petrus Romanus), last pope of the Roman Catholic Church, who would feed his flock through many tribulations and witness the destruction of the seven-hilled city of Rome. After Pope Benedict XVI left the Vatican for the last time in his helicopter, and 13 more days had passed without a pope in Rome, on the 13th day of the third month of the 13th year of the New Millennium, at precisely eight hours and 13 minutes in the evening, the Vatican greeted its two hundred and 66th pope as he stepped out onto the balcony of St Peter's Basilica on a cold and rainy winter evening.
The St Malachy prophecies were attacked many times by church authorities over the centuries, but the prophecies always seemed to be uncannily accurate, even referring to the unusual 33-day papacy of Pope John Paul I as "Mediatate Lunae" or the "Shortened Moon," and also describing Pope Benedict XVI as "Gloria Olivae," labelling him as an "Olivetan," or Benedictine. Saint Malachy ends his prophecies by predicting that "Petrus Romanus" will witness the destruction of Rome. There are very few people in this modern high tech world willing to believe that Irish hermetic monks living in caves in the British Isles could predict the future. But we had all better pray that the rest of this frightening prophecy does not come true.
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"During a final persecution of the Roman Church, sits Petrus Romanus, who will feed his flock through many tribulations. This accomplished, the seven-hilled city will be destroyed, and the Dreadful Judge will judge His people."
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