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Pope Francis: The final Pope? unearths the prospective purposes for the alternative of historic abdication of Benedict XVI and strains the method that resulted in the election of Cardinal Bergoglio: the Pope who many have prophesized may be the final and should carry the Catholic Church to its finish. The e-book information the background of this prophecy, which used to be hidden away within the Vatican for centuries and predicts that the reign of the final Pope will bring in the start of “great apostasy” by means of “great tribulation.” It additionally explores the hot scandals within the Catholic Church and addresses questions together with What pressures decreed the tip of the hold forth of Benedict XVI? What powers be interested for the Church to end? and What is the connection among the Vatican and the hot global Order? ideal for somebody drawn to prophecies concerning the finish occasions, Pope Francis: The final Pope finds the reality approximately what numerology says concerning the final Pope and the darkness which may stick with him, in addition to attention-grabbing investigations into the homosexual foyer, Freemasonry, and the Jesuit schedule within the Vatican and the way it pertains to the 1st Borgia Pope, the legend of the White Pope and the Black Pope, and the way Benedict's resignation may possibly satisfy an historic prophecy.

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