STORY REVISITED: Pope Francis Is Dying, Not Long To Live [Major Update]

Is he dying?

Someone reported that the Pope was on his death bed.

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Well, they weren’t wrong.

Initial reports suggested that he was dying. (Click Here)

Newsmax reports Pope Francis ‘dying,’ Church prepares for next Conclave. Really? Why is this the first we’ve heard? Pope Francis has done much to damage the Catholic Church.

— Gracie51 (@Gracie5111) December 7, 2021

Every Catholic should be treating this the same way if they had been told their Father was dying, He isn’t my favourite pope but I will love and respect him out of respect for the office that he hold, so please pray for Pope Francis

— Shania is celebrating Christmas (@shanianottwain2) December 7, 2021

Newsmax reports:

In the past few days, I have spoken to the secretary of one of the most powerful Vatican Cardinals. He shared with me some important revelations for Catholics and non-Catholics. First, he said plainly, “Pope Francis is dying.

At 84, it has long been viewed that the Holy Father is physically and perhaps mentally not well. (Click Here)

Rather interesting that “Breaking” news of Pope Francis dying “broke” a full 3 hours 32 minutes AFTER “Biblicalsmoke” was trending, don’t ya think?

— Tinker`Sparked (@Tinker_Sparked) December 7, 2021

A Vatican source told Newsmax this week that Pope Francis is dying and will not survive beyond 2022…I’M A ROMAN CATHOLIC, VERY SAD AND NOT AS I WAS NOT A FOLLOWER OF THIS POPE…I DID NOT AGREE WITH HIM ON ANYTHING AND STILL DON’T…BLESSINGS

— Anthony (@Tony19542) December 8, 2021

Vatican News reported that Pope Francis is still doing his job.

The new norms incorporate numerous normative measures of various kinds issued in previous years, especially since 2016.

These include documents – such as the motu proprios Come una madre amorevole and Vos estis lux mundi, and the two rescripts of December 2019 – aimed at a more secure and incisive juridical protection of the Church’s greatest assets: the faith; the sanctity of the sacraments; and the lives of the weakest persons, who have limited means of protection: minors and adults with habitual imperfect use of reason.

Here’s the most recent update: (Click Here)

@itvnews just casually announcing the pope is dead and then not correcting themselves. I had to rewind and double check I’d heard correctly!

— Charlotte Claridge (@pansy_buddy) December 25, 2021

Is the Pope dead? #pope #itvnews #wtf

— RBushell (@magicalmouse) December 25, 2021

ITV just accidentally reported on the death of Pope Francis (he’s not in fact dead)?
They got ahead of the narrative

— Denise Sosa (@DeniseS0718) December 26, 2021

@kyliepentelow what just happened to the Pope?? Is he actually dead?  @itvnews

— RBushell (@magicalmouse) December 25, 2021

Listen Carefully, is the Pope dead?

— Captain Mainwaring (@AlleyMan4) December 25, 2021

Is he dead? (Click Here)

Papal Hall at the Vatican, which is closed, as is Buckingham Palace, as is the Capitol, as is the White House.

The Pope is DEAD.
The Queen is DEAD.
[THEY] are all GONE.
Only things left are the final announcements.

— GhostofPhaistos (@GhostOfPhaistos) December 24, 2021

The newscaster was reading off notecards or a teleprompter. She even corrected herself.

How did this info get to the teleprompter?

We do know that the Pope doesn’t look good in videos. (Click Here)

Pope is dead another pedo gone

— Buffalo (@billko32) December 25, 2021

TMZ  says it’s a mistake:

Francis’ Christmas day remarks were being recapped Saturday by ITV broadcaster Kylie Pentelow, who was plugging along nicely … until a little slip at the end when she said, “His death was announced …”

Pentelow caught herself before she said anything more, and then apologized briefly before doing a hard pause and moving on to the next story.

There didn’t seem to be any explanation as to why she said that — but the obvious answer seems to be that she was reading off of a teleprompter, which must’ve said something to that effect. Indeed, a true Ron Burgundy moment in real-time.

Of course, the Pope isn’t dead — he’s alive and kicking. And as for what he had to say about ‘rona during his speech at the Vatican … it was all about praying the pandemic away, and lamenting those who’ve suffered through the era of Covid.

He spoke from a balcony looking down onto St. Peter’s Square … which was filled with just a fraction of the crowd it might normally draw.


I stood on the sand of the sea. And I saw a beast rising out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, with ten crowns on his horns, and blasphemous names on his heads. The beast which I saw was like a leopard. His feet were like those of a bear, and his mouth like the mouth of a lion. The dragon gave him his power and his throne and great authority. I saw one of his heads as if it was mortally wounded, but his deadly wound was healed, and the whole world marveled and followed the beast. They worshipped the dragon who gave authority to the beast. And they worshipped the beast, saying, “Who is like the beast? Who is able to wage war with him?”

He was given a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies. And he was given authority to wage war for forty-two months. He opened his mouth to speak blasphemies against God, to blaspheme His name and His tabernacle and those who dwell in heaven. It was granted to him to wage war with the saints and to overcome them. And authority was given him over every tribe and tongue and nation. All who dwell on the earth will worship him, all whose names have not been written in the Book of Life of the Lamb who was slain from the foundation of the world. (Revelation 13:1-8 Modern English Version)

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