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A.C Emmerich Prophecy on Translation of Church From Rome
"When I saw the Church of St Peter in ruins and the manner in which so many of the clergy were themselves busy at this work of destruction –none of them wishing to do it openly in front of the others -I was in such distress that I cried out to Jesus with all my might, imploring His mercy. Then I saw before me the Heavenly Spouse, and He spoke to me for a long time…He said, among other things, that THIS TRANSLATION OF THE CHURCH FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER meant that she would seem to be in complete decline. But she would rise again; even if there remained but one Catholic, the Church would conquer again because she does not rest on human counsels and intelligence. It was shown to me that there were almost no Christians left in the old acceptation of the word."
Prophecy of Anne Catherine Emmerich on October 4, 1820. (Extracted from Yves Dupont's book, "Catholic Prophecy" p. 67) Note: Yes - Where Peter is there is the Church. The Pope has translated (exiled) the Church from Rome. This is just one of numerous prophecies from Saints/Holy souls confirming this fact. We must pray for/support the Holy See in exile - now!

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