Benedict XVI Publishes Prayer: "Faith Endangered”

The Catholic Faith is “endangered by a diminution, that subjugate it to the world's standards and thus deprives it of its greatness,” wrote Benedict XVI (June 8, published November 14) in a three-…
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Don't be fooled by old age. There are old people everywhere.
Pope Benedict XVI you left us!
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Feelsbadman.jpg. Lord Jesus...:-( Just look at him... That is not a healthy man.
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I was just thinking that, he looks frail and as if he has aged 10 years in just months.
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Where's Pachamama??? Good call on the "mate", though!
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He says is in such a way that the JMB does not understand he is talking about him.
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Pray for our beloved Holy Father Benedict—the one and only pope and Vicar of Christ on earth.

Thank you for posting and please post an English translation of the entire reflection of Pope Benedict.
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Pope Benedict XVI is still the Pope. Why would he'd have opposed the freemasons recalling their condamnation otherwise and suppressed the excommunication of 4 bishops if he wasn't a hostage in the Vatican, forced out on the Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes ??? It would be non-sense except if he rejected the programme proposed to his successor with all the heretic cardinals that are now in the …More
Pope Benedict XVI is still the Pope. Why would he'd have opposed the freemasons recalling their condamnation otherwise and suppressed the excommunication of 4 bishops if he wasn't a hostage in the Vatican, forced out on the Feast Day of Our Lady of Lourdes ??? It would be non-sense except if he rejected the programme proposed to his successor with all the heretic cardinals that are now in the Vatican and preventing him to do his job as a Pope.

- Pope Benedict XVI announced his resignation the 11th February 2013 after more than 1 month that Bank of Italy with Bank of Germany blocked the payments at the Vatican (from the 1st January to the 12th February 2013)
- The 12th February 2013, Bank of Italy lifted up the ban on the plastic cards and the ATMs
- There was nothing else done against the pretext of money-laundering scheme invoked by Bank of Italy, except the announcement of the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI the day before and even the 12th February when Bank of Italy reversed her decision no decision was done in order they could justify to reverse their decision... So there can't be no other reason at all
- Pope Benedict XVI chose to announce his resignation the 11th February 2013 which is not only the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes but also the feast day of the Lateran Treaty...(that happened in 1929 the year of the greatest financial collapse and it should make ring the bell to all about what Saint Paul said in 1 Thessalonians 5 "a sudden destruction" worse than in 1929 for sure) That Pope Benedict XVI chose to announce his resignation this very day is not a coincidence as many know that magistrates used to chose a date in memory of an event that please them in the same way that Pope or Cardinals used to give the imprimatur for a book or release an encyclical on the feast day of a saint in relation with the book or their speeches. The Lateran Treaty was made in order to compensate the loss of the Vatican's territories and properties. That this date was chosen and not another mean there is a sequel in the same way that there was a sequel to Vatican I with Vatican 2 due to the invasion of the Italian army in the Vatican in 1870. It's not a hazard that in the both dates it was a question of a financial convention as if the agreement was again put into question and then the Vatican himself...
- The light struck the dome of the Vatican the same day the 11th February 2013 and no one that believe in God's signs can say that it's a mere coincidence...

Pope Francis is not validly elected, we have the talks of some Cardinals that plotted to get rid of Pope Benedict and get Francis :
- Cardinals Daneels admitted that he was part of a mafia that plotted to get him elected.
- Saint John Paul II’s Apostolic Constitution Universi Domini Gregis, 79, clearly condemns the constitution of a “Mafia” like the Sankt-Gallen group: “Confirming the prescriptions of my Predecessors, I likewise forbid anyone, even if he is a Cardinal, during the Pope's lifetime and without having consulted him, to make plans concerning the election of his successor, or to promise votes, or to make decisions in this regard in private gatherings.”
Ironically, he published the Apostolic Constitution in February 1996, the very year that the Sankt-Gallen group was formed.
- Cardinal McCarrick, now defrocked, also explained why they plotted to get Francis and how through the Mafia of Saint Gall

And if it wasn't enough, we have the message of Our Lady of La Salette that says that "neither the Pope nor his successor will see the Triumph of the Church". Our Lady can't be wrong as she knows everything she wants from her Son who is God. If Francis was a validly elected Pope, she would have had to say in order to be correct : "neither the Pope nor his predecessor will see the Triumph of the Church". It makes a huge difference and not only for a linguist...

And last but not least, even Francis doesn't recognise himself as the Pope given that he officially de-emphasizes papal titles.. Another part of the text :
"Pope Francis has on several occasions emphasized his role as a bishop, rarely referring to himself as pope or pontiff -- even on the night of his election www.ncronline.org/…/cardinals-elect… in St. Peter's Square it was "the task of the conclave was to give Rome a bishop.""

He acts like he's still just a Bishop while Pope Benedict XVI kept his office and many distinctive signs that are those of the Pope like his name.
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EXCELLENT THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION. OUR POPE IS BENEDICT XVI.
It should be remembered that, at least until the present pope, popes in general would choose a bishop from a lits of three recommended candidates. It was (still is?) the job of the papal nuncio in a give region or country to prepare such a list. Therefore, if the nuncio had a corrupt agenda of his own, then those on the list were already compromised or known as useless. And those lists were …More
It should be remembered that, at least until the present pope, popes in general would choose a bishop from a lits of three recommended candidates. It was (still is?) the job of the papal nuncio in a give region or country to prepare such a list. Therefore, if the nuncio had a corrupt agenda of his own, then those on the list were already compromised or known as useless. And those lists were presented to the Pope as bona fide candidates for the episcopate. This happened also under Pope St JP II, of course. So although we are dismayed at the number of bad bishops, archbishops and cardinals, we cannot lay the fault squarely on the shoulders of the Pope who named them. And wasn't it Pope Benedict XVI who said to someone that his power did not go beyond the other side of his office door?