"You see Hell, where the souls of poor sinners go... If [people] do not stop offending God, He is going to punish the world for its crimes by means of war, of hunger, and of persecution of the Church and of the Holy Father." -Our Lady of Fatima 1917 A.D.
"I see the Russians at Genoa." (Prophecy of Pope St. Pius X)
St. Pius X, had terrifying visions of a successor of his forced to flee into exile.
Just prior to his death (August 20, 1914), Pope Pius X had a vision: "I have seen one of my successors, of the same name (Giuseppe) ... He will take refuge in some hiding place; but after a brief respite he will die a cruel death."
The same Pope also foretold war for the year 1914, and during his death agony (in 1914), he said: "I see the [1.] Russians at Genoa."
[1.] "... Russians at Genoa" Reference to the Communist masonic captors of Pope Gregory XVII - who guarded the hostage pope's every move in Genoa (Italy), where His Holiness was exiled.
"Hail Gregory XVII, most Holy Father, necessary pastor." -Monk of Padua, 18th Century - noted for his prophecies of the last 20 popes in time.
This historic photograph was taken by Fr. Khoat Tran on June 15th, 1988 at the Istituto Ravasco convent: documenting the third clandestine meeting Fr. Khoat had with the suffering Pontiff foretold at both Fatima and La Salette.
His Holiness Gregory XVII is shown formulating/implementing a strategy to "save" the True Petrine Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church.
"The Crucifixion of Saint Peter" (detail), Caravaggio, 1600-01 A.D.
Avignon, France (Palace of the Popes): The Papacy was operated outside of Rome from 1309 to 1376 in Avignon. "Where Peter is there is the Church".
Fauchard of the Bodyguard of Cardinal Scipione Borghese-Caffarelli (the future Pope Paul V), 1576–1633 A.D.
On the blade: the arms of Camillo, Cardinal Borghese, afterwards Pope Paul V, ensigned with the Papal badge (keys and tiara): azure, a demi-dragon or, a chief of the Empire (gold, an eagle [or demi-eagle] displayed sable, crowned of first); above, crown with palm and olive branch.
The Throne of Saint Peter, Gianlorenzo Bernini, 1657-66 A.D.
"Ecce Homo" (Behold the Man), Cigoli, 1607 A.D.
"The Choir of the Capuchin Church in Rome", François-Marius Granet, 1814-1815 A.D.
Statue of Notre-Dame de la Salette, 19th Century, La Salette, France
"The Penitent Magdalen", Philippe de Champaigne
"The Incredulity of Saint Thomas" Caravaggio, 1601-02 A.D.
Madonna del Magnificat (Madonna of the Magnificat), Sandro Botticelli, 1480-81 A.D.
1400's Italian (Venetian) Armor
"La Sagrada Forma", Claudio Coello, 1685-90 A.D.
Port (door) Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris, France
St. Dominic buning the heretical works of the Albigenses. Berruguete, Pedro, c. 1495 A.D.
St. Paul, Lippo Memmi, c. 1330: This panel is from an altarpiece of which six other panels are known.
Tabernacle with the Madonna of Humility, the Annunciation and Saint Francis, Attributed to Master of Roncaiett, c. 1400
he divine disposition: a Mass must have jurisdiction from Rome ... bishops must have a papal mandate ... Peter has perpetual Successors until the end of time (de fide).
Landauer Altar "The Adoration of the Holy Trinity", Albrecht Dürer, 1511 A.D.
Make a Choice: Eternal Heaven or Eternal Hell: image of French Holy card published in the late 19th C. In French, top of the card: “Eternity. You, mortal, who has an immortal soul, study, meditate, ponder over this great word: ETERNITY.”
Frame: “Do the good while there is time. Ponder over Death to live well and to die well. Think about death, give up sin, stay out of the world, give yourself up to God. Death is certain, only its hour is uncertain.”
Inside the frame: “Prepare for a good death through a good life, for time is short. Today is my turn, tomorrow yours. I have been, you shall be what I am. Pray for the souls in Purgatory. They expect your prayers and the relief of their plight. Make a choice. Eternal Heaven. Eternal Hell.”
"I most firmly admit and embrace the apostolic and ecclesiastical traditions and other observances and constitutions of the Church.''
(From the Professio fidei Tridentinae [Tridentine Creed])
The Barque of Peter: obedience to papal mandate law, Unam Sanctam (the Dogmatic Constitution of the Church of Christ) required. No heretical "N.O. sspx" or schismatic sedevacantist cowards may board.
Vatican Papal Guard May, 1958
"... the Bark of Peter is in danger and there is no one to lend it help... ."
"One from beyond the mountains [an ultramontane] shall become the Vicar Of God. Religious and clerics shall take part in this change. Outside the true path, there will be only disreputable men; I shrug my shoulders when the Bark of Peter is in danger and there is no one to lend it help... The schismatic shall fall into the scorn of the Italian faithful... By about twelve years shall the millennium have passed [Ordinal date 2013 A.D.] when the resplendent mantle of legitimate power shall emerge from the shadows where it was being kept by the schism. And beyond harm from the one [the usurper antipope] who is blocking the door of salvation, for his deceitful schism shall have come to an end. And the mass of the faithful shall attach itself to the worthy Shepherd, who shall extricate each one from error and restore to the Church its beauty. He shall renew it." (Prophecy of Blessed Tomasuccio de Foligno, Profezie, 14th Century)