2 comments on “The Resignation of Benedict XVI and St. Malachy’s “Prophecy of Popes”

  1. Pingback: Weird Stuff and Non Prophesies « My Two Cents

  2. I’ve been following the prophecy of the popes since 2005 when Pope John Paul II died, so I was intrigued by the resignation. Tom Horn and Cris Putnam had predicted this in their book, “Petrus Romanus”. What I really wanted to comment on was your statement that the church is not facing persecution. You should research that. Currently, about 159,000 Christians are martyred per year and 100,000,000 (yes, 100 million) are persecuted. This is extreme persecution: homes and property confiscated, unjust imprisonments, starvation, torture, enslavement, maiming. In N. Korea, Chistians are used as guinea pigs and confined to brutal labor camps. In Egypt, Coptic Christians are being crucified. You don’t hear about it because Christians aren’t high on the media’s priority list. More Christians have been martyred in the last 100 years than in all the centuries preceeding it combined, and the problem is worsening.

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