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Pope Francis meeting with Pope (Emeritus) Benedict XVI and the new Cardinals after the consistory, today.
la verdad prevalece
Christine Niles:
A McCarrick crony and protector receiving the red hat.
And so the beat goes on in Pope Francis' Church ...
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Maike Hickson@ Sat Nov 28th, 2020: I don't get it: Francis kisses Benedict's hand, but does not let others kiss his. He criticizes those who protest against masks and restrictions, but then does not wear a mask himself, nor do most of the cardinals visiting the over 90-year-old retired Pope. Makes no sense.
Who wants to kiss Bergoglio´s hand? 🤮
Hugh N. Cry
I still feel like an abandoned child whose father let a stranger come into our home and is abusing MOTHER and HER children.
Louis IX
You aren’t the only one, there are many of us out here.
salliperson
God bless Pope Benedict. Pray that he and his bishops consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Louis IX
Yes, God Bless Papa Benedetto!
Ultraviolet
Protip: Benedict prefers the title "Father" now. ;-) Heartbreaking to see how withered he's become. :/
HerzMariae
Francis kisses Benedict's hand, but does not let others kiss his. He criticizes those who protest against masks and restrictions, but then does not wear a mask himself, nor do most of the cardinals visiting the over 90-year-old retired Pope.
Who wants to kiss Bergoglio´s hand? 🤮
Tesa
Are they not worried about transmitting the Coronavirus to that 93-year-old Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
Alex A
@Tesa A non-existing virus infecting a non-existing pope??? Well, he's (Benedict) not the reigning Pope. Just a rambling thought.
@Alex A @Ultraviolet Well, it is a little missleading. It is true that there is no Pope Benedictus XVI, because of an error in counting. There was no Pope Benedictus X, only an antipope. This makes our current Pope Benedictus XV. I think that he only uses the fake number because the wrong numbers are everywhere, on monuments and documents.
john333
Fr. Hesse: La Salette Prophecy Predicting Two Worm-Ridden Popes
Alex A
@john333 We can all put our own 'spin' on whatever is prophecised by whoever does the prophecising. Such things are best left to the appropriate authorities. Personally, I remind myself of the scripture text that speaks of 'no man knowing the future.'
john333
watch the video
Thanks for the feed back
I like Fr Hesse his talks
Ultraviolet
@Alex A wasn't the passage "no man knows the day or the hour" in Matthew 24:36
? Reason I'm asking is plenty of people know the future. Prophets do, about things of God. Seers like myself do, to a lesser degree, mostly about temporal matters. Every Catholic who believes in the Second Coming knows at least one part of the future, too. Likewise those future events predicted by accredited Marian …More
@Alex A wasn't the passage "no man knows the day or the hour" in Matthew 24:36
? Reason I'm asking is plenty of people know the future. Prophets do, about things of God. Seers like myself do, to a lesser degree, mostly about temporal matters. Every Catholic who believes in the Second Coming knows at least one part of the future, too. Likewise those future events predicted by accredited Marian apparitions. :)
Alex A
@Ultraviolet Your correct of course both in terms of the applicable scripture text and Church-supported Marian apparitions. My concern has always been about the wisdom of V2, and specifically, that of the role of Pope Pual V1 who seemingly gave 'carte blanche' for Catholics to interpret according to their own 'lights', or at best. to view alleged supernatural claims with a more accepting attitude…More
@Ultraviolet Your correct of course both in terms of the applicable scripture text and Church-supported Marian apparitions. My concern has always been about the wisdom of V2, and specifically, that of the role of Pope Pual V1 who seemingly gave 'carte blanche' for Catholics to interpret according to their own 'lights', or at best. to view alleged supernatural claims with a more accepting attitude of the possibility of heaven's-Holy Spirit- influence on individuals. Sounded good in theory but when you add up the obvious number of 'fraudulent claims of supernatural manifestations' then erring on the side of caution appears to be far more prudent a position to take.
Ultraviolet
The Church hasn't repudiated VII, so as a legalist, I defer to the judgement of The Church -my own generally negative opinions of the Council notwithstanding.

As for the not-so-prophetic interpreting the words of real prophets, :P