Pope Francis Antipope of History? Part 1

interesting that Pope Francis chose this name as Pope because he supposedly admires St. Francis of Assisi for his love of poverty.

If some of you are scandalized by this questioning of Pope Francis’ validity as the legitimate occupant of the Chair of Peter, I will quote to you the words of Pope St. Gregory the Great: “It is better that scandals arise than the truth to be suppressed.”

"The blind shall not enter the Kingdom of Heaven": This phrase came into my mind after telling a lady in my parish that I believed that Pope Francis was uncanonically elected by the Cardinals in the 2013 Conclave. The lady was scandalized and shocked by my statement.

Each Catholic has the duty to be vigilant, to keep abreast of what is going on in the Church; to ask for light and discernment from God so as not to be misled by Church leaders. I really feel these words came directly from the mouth of God. This lady, I feel, accepts everything blindly, never questioning whether what is served to her from the pulpit these days is authentic Catholic teaching.

Unfortunately, this lady does not seem to notice that Pope Francis does not speak or act like a true Pope.  To me, he appears to be the classic infiltrator, sent on a mission by the Freemasons and Communists to capture the Seat of Peter, and use the institution's power and prestige to


The Blessed Virgin Mary said in Her Secret to Melanie Calvat in Her Apparition at La Salette,1a village of only 800 souls in the French Alps in 1846: “Rome will lose the Faith and become the seat of the Antichrist.”2 I believe that this prophecy may have already been fulfilled in the person of Pope Francis, who probably is the False Prophet, or some major figure paving the way for the Antichrist.an agitated Pope Francis
An agitated Pope Francis

St. Francis predicted shortly before dying that God would allow an antipope, an uncanonically elected Pope, to occupy the throne of Peter, who would become the Destroyer of the Faith.3 Now isn’t it


create a one world religion under the forces of Antichrist.

I cannot remember Pope Francis ever making a clearly unambiguous Catholic statement. He is the master of ambiguity. It is difficult to pin him down on what exactly he teaches.  He has recently spoken against abortion,4 but he shows his insincerity by saying that the Church was guilty of giving too much importance or “obsessing” over moral teachings like abortion, homosexuality or contraception, to the detriment of its larger mission to be "home for all [sic].” This "home for all" refers to a loose

1Taken from Melanie Calvat’s written account of the September 19, 1846 Apparition Of The Blessed Virgin On The Mountain Of La Salette, France.

2This excerpt is taken from Melanie’s Secret, which was only published in 1878 at Lecce, Italy, on the 15th of November 1879, with the Imprimatur of Bishop Zola. — 

3Text from the Works of the Seraphic Father St. Francis Of Assisi, Washbourne, 1882, pp. 248-250

4In a Reuters news article on Jan. 13, 2014, as reported in the Huffington Post, Pope Francis said this in his yearly address to diplomats accredited to the Vatican, a speech known as his "State of the World" address: "It is horrific even to think that there are children, victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day."

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