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Pope Leo XIII’s Prayer to St. Michael – a Prophecy about the Future Apostasy in Rome These most crafty enemies have filled and inebriated with gall and bitterness the Church, the spouse of the immaculate Lamb, and have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions. In the Holy Place itself, where has been set up the See of the most holy Peter and the Chair of Truth for the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety, with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered

The most famous Catholic Prophecy in the world over 900 years old In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit Peter the Roman (Antipope Francis), who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End


Oct
3
comment What is the endgame for sedevacantists?
@JamesT Yes, the world is about to end. Comet ISON is coming 40 years after the imposition of the new mass Dec 1 2013, the sign that God is about to finally punish the world, last chance to convert. No there will not a valid pope before the world ends. Soon Rome will be destroyed by an asteroid (Rev 18:21) and the world will end shortly thereafter.
Sep
6
comment Where are the majority of Roman Catholic converts from today?
@RyanFrame I added a doc from the USCCB to my answer
Sep
4
comment Is the present-day Roman Catholic Church the same church on which it was founded?
@jayeshu You linked to a Vatican II document that states that Muslims "adore the one God", this is a deviation from earlier teachings.
Aug
19
comment Is it immoral to allow children to believe in Santa Claus?
It also undermines the parent's credibility early on, since the children will discover the fraud when they are still very young.
Aug
17
comment Why did the Catholic church stop supporting Genesis creation?
@Andrew Leach You are going at great lengths to defend some one who says the Bible is based on Pagan myths. It doesn't matter how you say it, your action is loud and clear.
Aug
17
comment Why did the Catholic church stop supporting Genesis creation?
@Andrew Leach You agree with Benedict that Genesis is based on Pagan myths, fine with me. I believe that the Bible is true and not based on a mishmash of pagan religions, to each their own.
Aug
17
comment Why did the Catholic church stop supporting Genesis creation?
@Igantius Theophorus Are you just quoting yourself? You're antipope says the Bible is based on Pagan Myths. I'm the one charitably pointing out that your mindlessly following a non-Catholic.
Apr
9
comment Have different Popes ever contradicted each other?
mostholyfamilymonastery.com/8_VaticanII.pdf
Mar
20
comment What is baptism by Desire?
I answered the question. Baptism of Desire is a heretical idea. I've warned you that your ideas have been anathematized, there's nothing else I can do for you.
Mar
20
comment What is baptism by Desire?
The name of my group is Catholic. The name of your group unfortunately is anathema. Dogmas are infallible the Catechism is not. My references are superior to yours.
Mar
20
comment What is baptism by Desire?
You believe in a type of Baptism that does not require water: BoD. This has been condemned. This should seriously bother you. You shouldn't dwell on my answer formatting or busy yourself with trying to label me.
Mar
17
comment In Catholicism, what are the different kinds of sins?
My post is not incorrect. You are. Especially on this point "You simply have to know (in some cases, merely suspect) that it is a mortal sin" No you don't. A pagan is quite capable of committing and being condemned for a mortal sin.
Mar
17
comment In Catholicism, what are the different kinds of sins?
You are wrong again. You do not need to know its a mortal sin to commit a mortal sin. This is absurd. I've updated my answer to illustrate how wrong you are.
Mar
17
comment Can dogma ever be modified, and how does this relate to papal infallibility?
@Peter Turner I'm not trying to make friends or be cool. The name John the 23 was avoided by popes for 500 years because of the Antipope connection. I'm not scoring a point for the heretic Lefebrve, the SSPX positions are an absurd joke. It would be an act of heresy for me to refer to a heretical antipope as a pope.
Mar
17
comment Can dogma ever be modified, and how does this relate to papal infallibility?
@Alypius Praying with the Lama is apostasy by deed. I don't know what kind of straw man you are attempting with your comment about burning people at the stake. It is against Catholic Dogma to pray with other religions.
Feb
28
comment The Popes Prophecy of St. Malachy - the city of seven hills
youtube.com/watch?v=xNCMaa6r5oY
Feb
14
comment Why do Jews not accept Jesus as the Messiah?
@ashansky Actually your comment doesn't have anything to do with my answer. I said the OT is not authoritative. The Talmud supersedes the OT.
Dec
19
comment Why don't Christians celebrate the feast of tabernacles?
youtube.com/…
Nov
23
comment List of papal teachings considered infallible
You could try the "Fundamental of Catholic Dogma" by Ott, or the "Sources of Catholic Dogma." from Denzinger
Nov
22
comment How can common believers in the Roman Catholic Church be sure that the Church's decisions are correct and not erroneous?
@brilliant Well, Vatican II is a complete deviation from the faith and a false council, so it could be an answer to your question. From the Council of Jerusalem to Vatican II there was no change in Dogmas. Canon law has changed which entails the governance of the Church. Pope Honorius was heretic but he did not issue any dogmatic decrees.