Holy Prophets vs Satanic Prophets

Holy Prophets vs Satanic Prophets

In Christianity a prophet (or seer) is one inspired by God through the Holy Spirit to deliver a message for a specific purpose. In the popular vernacular, it is often associated with predicting future events, but in Christian and biblical terms, its meaning is wider and can include those given the power to preach repentance to those who do not … Continue reading

“HABEMUS PAPAM” but not Petrus Romanus

“HABEMUS PAPAM” but not Petrus Romanus

AND WE WERE RIGHT: NOT PETER THE ROMAN,  FRANCESCO (humility)   The prophecy is still on, just not as many believed. Various sites and analysts of St Malachy’s list of the popes expected to have Peter the Roman elected tonight. However we announced this morning that this was unlikely to happen. There are more pieces of the puzzle missing. … Continue reading

This conclave will not give us PETRUS ROMANUS

This conclave will not give us PETRUS ROMANUS

For the Prophecy of the Popes by St Malachy to be fulfilled, the next and the last Pope should be called PETRUS ROMANUS (Peter the Roman). Who is that cardinal elected pope who would dare to take the name Petrus Romanus to fulfull a prophecy? It would take a very arrogant cardinal to assume such a name for … Continue reading

Pope Benedict XVI’s last angelus

Pope Benedict XVI’s last angelus

It is very interesting to read the last angelus of Pope Benedict XVI. He says that the Lord is calling him to climb the mount (see text of angelus further down). Has Pope Benedict XVI been called by the Lord as Jesus was called in the Garden of Gethsemane, the garden of olives? If this … Continue reading

De Gloria Olivae (The Glory of the Olive)

De Gloria Olivae (The Glory of the Olive)

De Gloria Olivae (The Glory of the Olive) is the motto that St Malachy attributed to Pope Benedict XVI. Proponents of the prophecies have generally try to draw a connection between Benedict and the Olivetan order to explain this motto. Benedict’s choice of papal name is after Saint Benedict of Nursia, founder of the Benedictine Order, of which the Olivetans are one branch.  Benedict’s name is a sound reference … Continue reading