The Vatican Has Fallen

Discussion in 'Church Critique' started by padraig, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. padraig

    padraig New Member

    I see those devils in the Vatican have decided to close down everything because of the Italian Lock down at Christmas.

    So nothing , nada. Christmas is non essential. Everything gone. Christmas is non essential.

    I am' not going to go into a big rant about it but as far as I am concerned everyone in the Vatican is non essential, especially Pope Francis , who is the most non essential person I ever heard of.

    I can get along very,very well the rest of my life with never hearing from or about him and the Vatican ever again... and their non essential Boss. Thanks very much.

    He is totally non essential.:):)

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  2. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Good video. Thanks.
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  3. Denise P

    Denise P Archangels

    One good thing about the Vatican being shut down is that not many people will see that hideous excuse for a Nativity scene.
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  4. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

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  5. AED

    AED Powers

    Yes. Very true.
  6. BrianK

    BrianK Powers Staff Member

    We need Divine Mercy more than ever right now.

    I’ve modified the “Jesus Prayer” and this is my prayer throughout the day, even if I’m not able to repeat anything more at the moment:

    Lord Jesus Christ,
    Son of the Living God,
    Have mercy on me, a sinner,
    and on the whole world.
    That way the Jesus Prayer takes on a more intercessory aspect than it otherwise would - kinda like an “east meets west” cross between the traditional Jesus Prayer and the Divine Mercy prayer

    I used to use a chotki with it, but now I just say it three times together, over and over. It’s my one go to prayer I can say at any time.
  7. padraig

    padraig New Member

  8. Jo M

    Jo M Powers

    December 24 to January 6, and the altar of St. Peter abandoned. Dr.Marshall is correct, it is ominous. There will be a chastisement coming. :(
  9. padraig

    padraig New Member

    It is a truly terrible thought, I hope this is not true.

    But I really wonder...

    Does St Peter's need reconsecrated after the Pacahama Idol Worship? Horrible thought. I would think it would be safer to do so.

    Just imagine St Peter's itself needing re-blessed. Astonishing. It reminds me of the reading of when the Jews returned from Babylon and had the Law of Moses read to them for the first time.

    We are like that.

    We have totally lost the plot.
  10. Jo M

    Jo M Powers

    Yes it is a terrible thought. :cry: That dreadful idol was a horrible offense to Our Lord. Reconsecrating St.Peter's would be for the best, but this may not happen anytime soon.:(
  11. padraig

    padraig New Member

    Yes it needs reconsecrated. But it seems more likely from Prophecy that it and Rome will burn to the ground ,as did the Temple in Jerusalem under the Emperor Vespasian.

    God of course is very,very angry.

    Who could blame Him?

    I am still amazed that Pope Francis was not struck dead outright,.
  12. AED

    AED Powers

    Yes. Really it IS biblical. Hard to get away from that.
  13. AED

    AED Powers

  14. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Most atheists do everything they can to cling on to the only pathetic little bit of existence remaining to them.
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  15. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    He represents a test.

    "...and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil". Which just strikes me as the line Pope Francis is keen to eliminate as he second-guesses Christ Himself.
  16. Booklady

    Booklady Powers

    Well, what's next, for pedophilia to be legal too! :cry::cry::cry:
  17. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    That would be one of the objectives of the New World Order. The current 'transitioning' of even toddlers to a different sex seems to me mostly a form of grooming.
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  18. lynnfiat

    lynnfiat Fiat Voluntas Tua

    The concluding vision of St. John Bosco:

    “Very grave trials await the Church. What we have suffered so far is almost nothing compared to what is going to happen. The enemies of the Church are symbolized by the ships which strive their utmost to sink the flagship. Only two things can save us in such a grave hour: devotion to Mary and frequent Communion. Let us do our very best to use these two means and have others use them everywhere.”
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  19. Booklady

    Booklady Powers

    And in that devotion to Mother Mary, the rosary!
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  20. Luan Ribeiro

    Luan Ribeiro Archangels

    [​IMG]Hands joined in prayer.
    Pope’s prayer intentions for 2022
    The Vatican on Saturday published the monthly prayer intentions of the Holy Father for the year 2022.

    By Vatican News staff writer

    The prayer intentions are entrusted to the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, which Pope Francis officially established as a pontifical work on 17 November 2020.

    The Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network is a pontifical work with the mission of mobilizing Catholics through prayer and action, in the face of the challenges confronting humanity and the mission of the Church. These challenges are addressed in the form of prayer intentions entrusted by the Pope to the entire Church. Its mission is inscribed in the dynamic of the Heart of Jesus: a mission of compassion for the world.

    Formerly known as the Apostleship of Prayer, the network was born as a Jesuit initiative in 1844 in a house of formation for young Jesuits in Vals, in the south of France. Fr. Francis Xavier Gautrelet sj, the spiritual director of the young men, suggested them a way of being apostles and missionaries in their daily lives by offering to God everything they were doing and striving to be available to Jesus in order to carry out their everyday duties well.

    The fervour of the spiritual initiative spread far and wide in the Catholic Church and in 1890, Pope Leo XIII entrusted his monthly prayer intentions to the Apostleship of Prayer, assigning the job of running the network to the Jesuits. In 1915, its youth section, the Eucharistic Crusade, was born, today known as the Eucharistic Youth Movement.

    In 2016, Pope Francis renamed the Apostleship of Prayer as the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network. He raised it to the status of a pontifical work in 2018 and made it a Vatican Foundation with a canonical and juridical status in 2020. The Network, with its headquarters in Vatican City Jesuits, continues to be led by the Jesuits.

    In recent years, the Network has been popularizing the Pope’s monthly prayer intentions through its Video of the Pope, across its presence in 98 countries with more than 35 million Catholic members.

    Below, please find the prayer intentions of the Holy Father for 2022:

    For true human fraternity

    We pray for all those suffering from religious discrimination and persecution; may their own rights and dignity be recognized, which originate from being brothers and sisters in the human family.

    For religious sisters and consecrated women

    We pray for religious sisters and consecrated women; thanking them for their mission and their courage; may they continue to find new responses to the challenges of our times.

    For a Christian response to bioethical challenges

    We pray for Christians facing new bioethical challenges; may they continue to defend the dignity of all human life with prayer and action.

    For health care workers

    We pray for health care workers who serve the sick and the elderly, especially in the poorest countries; may they be adequately supported by governments and local communities.

    For faith-filled young people

    We pray for all young people, called to live life to the fullest; may they see in Mary’s life the way to listen, the depth of discernment, the courage that faith generates, and the dedication to service.

    For families

    We pray for Christian families around the world; may they embody and experience unconditional love and advance in holiness in their daily lives.

    For the elderly

    We pray for the elderly, who represent the roots and memory of a people; may their experience and wisdom help young people to look towards the future with hope and responsibility.

    For small businesses

    We pray for small and medium sized businesses; in the midst of economic and social crisis, may they find ways to continue operating, and serving their communities.

    For the abolition of the death penalty

    We pray that the death penalty, which attacks the dignity of the human person, may be legally abolished in every country.

    For a Church open to everyone

    We pray for the Church; ever faithful to, and courageous in preaching the Gospel, may the Church be a community of solidarity, fraternity and welcome, always living in an atmosphere of synodality.

    For children who suffer

    We pray for children who are suffering, especially those who are homeless, orphans, and victims of war; may they be guaranteed access to education and the opportunity to experience family affection.

    For volunteer not-for-profit organisations

    We pray that volunteer non-profit organisations committed to human development find people dedicated to the common good and ceaselessly seek out new paths to international cooperation.

    there is no mention of the sin of abortion in these intentions, although there is a month dedicated to praying for the end of the death sentence
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