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As you can see, in this so-called Malachi prophecy there is no "Petrus Romanus" given as a code name for the last pope coming after Benedict16 as written about in many books on that subject; there is no "Peter the Roman" in that prophesy, there is mentioned the "Roman Peter" but it is not given as a.

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Vatican would be needing a new pope with messages that will attract those abandoning it or preventing further bleeding. He must be able to speak to the hearts. The cardinals who elect the next pope will look for one who is: -a man of prayer and is deeply rooted in the apostolic faith of the Catholic Church. Ouellet, 68 years old, is a veteran in dealing with the secularized West, someone smart, intellectual and cosmopolitan. He is close to Benedict16 in theological thinking and someone who could bring a strong hand to the Vatican bureaucracy. That prophecy say there is going to be tribulation, much destruction and a devastating storm; however after each storm the sun shines again. So a renewed papacy with a renewed pope will take the helm of the Catholic church. As you can see, in this so-called Malachi prophecy there is no "Petrus Romanus" given as a code name for the last pope coming after Benedict16 as written about in many books on that subject; there is no "Peter the Roman" in that prophesy, there is mentioned the "Roman Peter" but it is not given as a.

Yes -Habemus papam! on date of by Sakomo Berlusci (translated from Italian) The title is taken from official announcement when a new pope has just been elected, the announement runs like this: "I announce to you a great joy: Habemus Papam!

That prophecy states: "During the last persecution of the Holy Roman Church, a pope will sit on the throne of Peter who shall feed the sheep amidst many great tribulations as a result of which the City of the Seven Hills Jerusalem shall be utterly destroyed, and the awful Judge Jesus Christ will judge her people because.

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Yes -Habemus papam! on date of by Sakomo Berlusci (translated from Italian) The title is taken from official announcement when a new pope has just been elected, the announement runs like this: "I announce to you a great joy: Habemus Papam!
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