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Old 03-26-2013, 06:22 PM
 
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He is not a "Ted Kennedy Catholic" and for that I am glad.

There are enough religions who support the PERVERSION of gays marrying.
No, it is PERVERSION, in a free society, to treat some citizens as second class. We did that to blacks and we are still doing it to gays.

It is PERVERSION, in a democracy, to allow the secular government to be influenced by the dogma of religion.

The word, perversion, means a deviation from the norm. To a sizable segment of the animal population, humans included, homosexuality is normal. It goes against science and reality to deny that.
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Old 11-27-2014, 04:41 PM
 
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The current Pope is the next-to-the-last according to Malachy. So whoever gets elected this Spring could be the last. The prediction simply calls him "Peter of Rome" or "Peter the Roman" and says that the church will receive some final persecution or final judgment, and Rome (or the world) will be destroyed.
The three days of darkness will come upon the world to remind everyone of Christ's three days in the tomb. The fall-out will cause this.
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Old 11-27-2014, 05:24 PM
 
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About a month or so back I ordered a used copy of "Petrus Romanus". When I received it, I opened it up and the previous owner had written a note stating that they had received it the day Kardinal Ratzinger announced his retirement. Nice coincidence. Anyway, I've read the introduction and if nothing else it's very well written, unlike many of these conspiracy books. Personally I place no faith in the supposed prophecies - they're not biblical, and the only one that stands to gain by spreading such "prophecy" has dubious motives. Beware of false prophets.
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Old 06-13-2015, 02:05 PM
 
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About a month or so back I ordered a used copy of "Petrus Romanus". When I received it, I opened it up and the previous owner had written a note stating that they had received it the day Kardinal Ratzinger announced his retirement. Nice coincidence. Anyway, I've read the introduction and if nothing else it's very well written, unlike many of these conspiracy books. Personally I place no faith in the supposed prophecies - they're not biblical, and the only one that stands to gain by spreading such "prophecy" has dubious motives. Beware of false prophets.
The devil gave you the book because he needs your help.
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Old 06-15-2015, 02:41 PM
 
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About a month or so back I ordered a used copy of "Petrus Romanus". When I received it, I opened it up and the previous owner had written a note stating that they had received it the day Kardinal Ratzinger announced his retirement. Nice coincidence. Anyway, I've read the introduction and if nothing else it's very well written, unlike many of these conspiracy books. Personally I place no faith in the supposed prophecies - they're not biblical, and the only one that stands to gain by spreading such "prophecy" has dubious motives. Beware of false prophets.
Most scholars who have studied the Prophecies of St. Malachy have concluded that its pretty clearly a 16th century forgery, not a 12th century prophecy.

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Old 06-15-2015, 03:22 PM
 
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That is a broad based stab in the dark.

Prophecy isn't a guessing game.
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Old 06-15-2015, 06:55 PM
 
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Very credible prophecy ,but we must keep an eye on Francis and his possible midterm replacement should there be one. Rome remains the potential epicenter for prophecy they have two major telescopes searching for alien life, they are the brain center for the Hadron Collider ,a candidate for Mystery Babylon the source of Antichrist to mention a few.
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Old 06-15-2015, 09:43 PM
 
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That is a broad based stab in the dark.

Prophecy isn't a guessing game.
The Prophecies of Saint Malachy is a 16th century manuscript. Scholars study manuscripts. Part of the job description.
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Old 06-15-2015, 09:44 PM
 
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Very credible prophecy ,but we must keep an eye on Francis and his possible midterm replacement should there be one. Rome remains the potential epicenter for prophecy they have two major telescopes searching for alien life, they are the brain center for the Hadron Collider ,a candidate for Mystery Babylon the source of Antichrist to mention a few.
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Old 06-15-2015, 11:07 PM
 
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Lol. Actually Malachy is the only contribution by Catholicism's missing link ( too many to record) via a non haywire prophecy. He named all the Popes for hundreds of years including the early retirement of Benedict Such a feat is impossible to forge as the names were methodically and historically documented by the Vatican. dating back to the 12-16th century.

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