After publication of Predictions of the last Pope and flow of interesting comments on that, we decided to elucidate the subject in more detail. The relevant text is historically known as the Prophecy of the Popes and attributed to Saint Malachy (1094-1148), Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland. The prophecy was first published in 1595. It consists of 112 short Latin phrases describing the Popes of Rome, starting with Celestine II elected in 1143, up to the Second Coming and Last Judgement. According to the most widespread interpretation of the prophecy, the last but one Pope is Benedict XVI (2005-2013) associated with the phrase Gloria Olivae (“the Glory of Olive”). His rule terminated in the evening on 28 February 2013. The last Pope is referred to as Petrus Romanus (Peter of Rome). Two closing paragraphs of the prophecy contain the following text:
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In the last days Runet was stirred up by the Pope’s apocalyptic statement that this could be the last Christmas in the human history. After we published an article about the last Pope on our website in view of the Fatima prophecy and St. Malachy’s predictions, we couldn’t disregard the news and attempted to clarify whether the following loud journalist wordings are true: “Pope Francis has declared this will be our last Christmas” and “Pope has declared the beginning of the third world war”. Actually, judging by such bleak assumptions as declared to the crowd in St. Peter’s Square, everything coincides and we could be in the position to support the news.
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