Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Admits Francis Is PETRUS ROMANUS, The Last Pope Of Prophecy! “Gives Me The Shivers,” Archbishop Admits.
In a recent and candid conversation, veteran journalist and EWTN Rome correspondent Paul Badde sat down with Archbishop Gänswein (serves Pope Francis as Prefect and maintains duties as secretary for retired pontiff Benedict XVI), who gave his take on [the lightning that struck the Vatican on Pope Benedict’s resignation, and whether Pope Francis is the Last Pope in the “Prophecy of the Popes” made famous by Tom Horn and Cris Putnam’s 4-year investigation, beginning with the book “Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope Is Here”] […] When a massive lightning strike lit up the top of Saint Peter’s dome on the evening of Feb. 11, 2013, many observers chose to interpret this as a divine reaction to the historical announcement of Pope Benedict’s resignation, made that very morning [this is a reference to Tom Horn’s published comments—].
As his personal secretary, Archbishop Gänswein, reminisced about how both he and Benedict only found out about the lightning strike after the event. he told Badde.
When he showed Benedict images of the spectacular incident a few days later, the pope asked whether this was some kind of digital montage, Gänswein said, adding: “however, […]
During the interview, Paul Badde referenced an old alleged prophecy that has recently gained traction in some clerical discussions: The “Prophecy of the Popes” – according to which, Pope Francis may be considered to be the last pope. Archbishop Gänswein admitted. Although Catholics aren’t required to accept the prophecy,