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Papal Prophecy on Our Current Holy Father Gregory XVIII

"Thanks to an excellent work of the sun (3 Days of Darkness? -ED), the earth has nourished the devoted flock of a most holy shepherd - our very Holy Father Gregory XVIII, a priest altogether admirable."

(Prophecy of Monk of Padua 18th c., about last popes in time, "The Prophets and Our Times," by Fr. Culleton, p. 175 Impr.)

 

 

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Nellie | Reply 06.09.2014 22.57

I had not connected this prophecy of Pope Gregory XVIII's Papacy to the 3 Days of Darkness. The Divine Chastisement really feels close now.

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