Italian and Catholic media have been rife with unsourced speculation that the 85-year-old Francis might be planning to step down.
The fact that Pope Francis will resign rather than wait to the end of his mandate was something I pointed out from the beginning of his papacy, but now Bergoglio has added fuel to rumors about the future of his pontificate by announcing he would visit the central Italian city of L’Aquila in August for a feast initiated by Pope Celestine V, one of the few pontiffs who resigned before Pope Benedict XVI stepped down in 2013 as I pointed out in my book published in 2015 Pope Francis: The Last Pope?: Money, Masons, and Occultism in the Decline of the Catholic Church.
In the last few days, the Italian and Catholic media have been rife with unsourced speculation that the 85-year-old Francis might be planning to follow in Benedict’s footsteps, but it’s not the first time, I pointed out 4 years ago in the article, The Italian Media announce that the pope’s resignation is imminent: (Click Here)
However, given his increased mobility problems that have forced Pope Francis to use a wheelchair for the last month and announcing a consistory to create 21 new cardinals scheduled for August 27, 2022, which will include sixteen progressive-leaning cardinals under the age of 80, that will be eligible to vote in a future conclave to elect Francis’ successor, following of course his Communist/Satanic ideology.
The main reason why he did not step down earlier was that the far more conservative Pope Ratzinger is still alive, but after the power grab of August that will no longer be a problem and the conclave will be ready to vote in the first black Pope in recent history.
Three early popes were from the Roman African Province. These were Pope Victor I (reigned c. 189 to 199), Pope Miltiades, (reigned 311 to 314) and Pope Gelasius I (492 to 496); all three were North African men but this time the next Pope will come from the heart of Africa as pointed out by my most trusted sources in the Vatican.
This article first appeared at LeoZagami.com.
In the days of His flesh, Jesus offered up prayers and supplications with loud cries and tears to Him who was able to save Him from death. He was heard because of His godly fear. Though He was a Son, He learned obedience through the things that He suffered, and being made perfect, He became the source of eternal salvation for all those who obey Him, being designated by God a High Priest according to the order of Melchizedek. (Hebrews 5:7-10 Modern English Version)