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Feast Day of Papal Prophet (St. John Bosco)

(Photograph of St. John Bosco hearing Confessions)

 

St. Giovanni (John) Bosco (1815-1888 A.D.) was the founder of the religious order of the Salesians. Don Bosco, as he was familiarly known, devoted himself to educating/helping usually poor children. He was canonized as a Patron of Youth in 1934 by Pope Pius XI.

 

St. John Bosco had been granted a remarkable gift of prophecyHis predictions especially concern the time of the Apostasy, in regards to the Holy Catholic Church and the true Papacy, which he correctly foretold would be forced to evacuate Rome when "*Cossack horses will drink from St. Peter's fountain."

 

*Reference to the Commie/Judeo-Masonic agents who have usurped and occupied Rome since October 26, 1958.  

 

To read St. John Bosco's important prophecies, of which many deal with the true Pope, Gregory XVIII now in exile, click here.

 

 

Related Link:

Video of 1934 Canonization of St. John Bosco

 

 

Blessed be St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles!

 

The Papal Restoration Staff

PapalRestoration.com 

 

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Papal Restoration Staff Member | Reply 31.01.2018 11.20

Happy Feast Day (Jan 31st) of St. John Bosco to all True Catholics!

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