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  • Is this Pope the False Prophet in The Revelation ?

    2 Cor 3: 12 Therefore, since we have such a hope, we are very bold. 13 We are not like Moses, who would put a veil over his face to prevent the Israelites from seeing the end of what was passing away. 14 But their minds were made dull, for to this day the same veil remains when the old covenant is read. It has not been removed, because only in Christ is it taken away. 15 Even to this day when Moses is read, a veil covers their hearts. 16 But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. 17Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.18 And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.

    There is no more important decision for every human to make than to confess their sin and give their life to Jesus. BUT even in this decision, The Lord does not try to force us to do so. BUT Jesus gives us freedom to make our choice.

    But this Pope and Joe Biden are both Tyrants and are trying to force people to take a vaccine that DOES NOT HAVE ONE LONG TERM TEST TO PROVE IT IS SAFE. In fact many think this vaccine could be the mark of the beast.

    https://forum.lounewton.com/forum/inner-court/things-of-the-lord/12010-the-mark-of-the-beast#post12172




    Swiss Guards resign following Vatican vaccine mandate

    Swiss Guards resign following Vatican vaccine mandate

    Elizabeth Faddis
    Mon, October 4, 2021, 3:26 PM
    Three Swiss Guards have resigned in response to the Vatican's enforcement of a coronavirus vaccine mandate.

    Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin signed a decree requiring all employees to show either proof of a coronavirus vaccination or a negative test. Under the decree, "any personnel" who don't have the "necessary certifications" will not be able to enter their place of work and thus will be "considered inexcusably absent," the Washington Post reported.

    The decree signed by Parolin is part of the Vatican's "Green Pass" initiative. Starting Oct. 1, citizens and visitors of the city-state must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. Visitors who have a negative molecular or antigenic test will also be granted entry.

    The Swiss Guard has served as protection to the pope since 1506, according to the unit's website. All members of the Guard are Swiss and Catholic men with a "firm conviction" in serving "Christ's Church and his Vicar on Earth, the successor of Saint Peter."

    All members of the Swiss Guard were asked to get vaccinated, as they work in close proximity to others and the pope. Out of the 135 members, six initially refused.

    While three guards eventually agreed to be vaccinated and are suspended until considered fully vaccinated, the other three have remained adamant against getting the vaccine, according to a press statement from the Swiss Guards.

    "Three members of the Guard have chosen not to adhere to that request, voluntarily leaving the corps," Lt. Urs Breitenmoser said.

    Eleven Swiss Guards tested positive for COVID-19 at the height of the pandemic in October 2020, according to a statement released by the Swiss Guard.

    In response, Italy passed a measure on Sept. 16 requiring employees in public and private sectors to show a digital pass with proof of vaccination, making it the first European country to implement such a measure. While unvaccinated employees will not face loss of employment, they will be subject to facing a fine upwards of $1,700.

    Roughly 45.3 million Italian residents have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, while 41.1 million are fully vaccinated, according to the World Health Organization.

    The Washington Examiner reached out to the Swiss Guard for a statement but did not immediately receive a response.
    Last edited by Lou Newton; October 5, 2021, 10:36 AM.

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    What organization has let 3000 of its leaders sexually abuse 330,000 children then hide that fact and not punish the evil men who did so. - Has there been any organization of men that has done more evil then this ? That is an honest question for us to ask ourselves. This has been going on for centuries and it may be the Lord Himself who is exposing this crime to the world. - Can the man at the very top today not know about these crimes and not have been part of hiding them from the world ?

    Think about this : 3000 Priests sexually abused 330,000 children. There is no way this is not known about by almost every Priest in the RCC. This crime was done by men who claimed to be God's representative on earth. They were Satan's servants plain and simple.


    Matthew 18: 1 At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked, “Who, then, is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?”

    2 He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. 3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. 4 Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. 5 And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.
    Causing to Stumble


    6 “If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.

    I think a child that is raped by a man would certainly be caused to stumble.

    French report: 330,000 children victims of church sex abuse



    1 / 6France Church Sex Abuse

    Commission president Jean-Marc Sauve, left, hands copies of the report to Catholic Bishop Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, president of the Bishops' Conference of France (CEF), during the publishing of a report by an independant commission into sexual abuse by church officials (Ciase), Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021, in Paris. A major French report released Tuesday found that an estimated 330,000 children were victims of sex abuse within France's Catholic Church over the past 70 years, in France's first major reckoning with the devastating phenomenon. (Thomas Coex, Pool via AP)
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    SYLVIE CORBET
    Tue, October 5, 2021, 12:06 AM·5 min read

    PARIS (AP) — An estimated 330,000 children were victims of sex abuse within France’s Catholic Church over the past 70 years, according to a report released Tuesday that represents the country's first major accounting of the worldwide phenomenon.

    The figure includes abuses committed by some 3,000 priests and other people involved in the church — wrongdoing that Catholic authorities covered up over decades in a “systemic manner,” according to the president of the commission that issued the report, Jean-Marc Sauvé.

    The head of the French bishops' conference asked for forgiveness from the victims, about 80% of whom were boys, according to the report. The bishops are meeting Tuesday to discuss next steps.


    The independent commission urged the church to take strong action, denouncing “faults” and “silence." It also called on the Catholic Church to help compensate the victims, notably in cases that are too old to prosecute via the courts.

    “The consequences are very serious,” Sauvé said. “About 60% of men and women who were sexually abused encounter major problems in their emotional or sexual life.”

    “We consider the church has a debt towards victims,” he added.

    The 2,500-page document was issued as the Catholic Church in France, like in other countries, seeks to face up to shameful secrets that were long covered up.

    Victims welcomed the report as long overdue.

    Francois Devaux, head of the victims' group La Parole Libérée (The Liberated Word), said it was “a turning point in our history.”

    He denounced the coverups that permitted “mass crimes for decades.”

    “But even worse, there was a betrayal: betrayal of trust, betrayal of morality, betrayal of children, betrayal of innocence,” he said, calling on the church for compensation.

    Olivier Savignac, the head of victims association Parler et Revivre (Speak Out and Live Again), contributed to the investigation. He told The Associated Press that the high ratio of victims per abuser was particularly “terrifying for French society, for the Catholic Church.”

    Savignac assailed the church for treating such cases as individual anomalies instead of as a collective horror. He described being abused at age 13 by the director of a Catholic vacation camp in the south of France who was accused of assaulting several other boys.

    “I perceived this priest as someone who was good, a caring person who would not harm me,” Savignac said. “But it was when I found myself on that bed half-naked and he was touching me that I realized something was wrong....And we keep this, it’s like a growing cyst. It’s like gangrene inside the victim’s body and the victim’s psyche.”

    The priest eventually was found guilty of child sexual abuse and sentenced in 2018 to two years in prison, with one year suspended.

    The commission worked for 2 1/2 years, listening to victims and witnesses and studying church, court, police and news archives starting from the 1950s. A hotline launched at the beginning of the review received 6,500 calls from alleged victims or people who said they knew a victim.

    Sauvé denounced the church’s attitude until the beginning of the 2000s as “a deep, cruel indifference toward victims.”

    The report says an estimated 3,000 child abusers - two-thirds of them priests - worked in the church during the seven-decade period. That figure is likely to be an underestimate, Sauvé said. The tally of victims includes an estimated 216,000 people abused by priests and other clerics, he said.

    The estimates are based on research led by France’s National Institute of Health and Medical Research into sexual abuse of children in the French population.

    “Sometimes church officials did not denounce (sex abuses) and even exposed children to risks by putting them in contact with predators,” Sauvé said. “We consider ... the church has a debt toward victims.”

    The president of the Conference of Bishops of France, Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, said the bishops “are appalled” at the conclusions of the report.

    “I wish on that day to ask for pardon, pardon to each of you,” he told the victims.

    Sauvé said 22 alleged crimes that can be pursued have been forwarded to prosecutors. More than 40 cases that are too old to be prosecuted but involve alleged perpetrators who are still alive have been forwarded to church officials.

    The commission issued 45 recommendations about how to prevent abuse. These included training priests and other clerics, revising Canon Law — the legal code the Vatican uses to govern the church — and fostering policies to recognize and compensate victims.

    The report comes after a scandal surrounding now-defrocked priest Bernard Preynat rocked the French Catholic Church. Last year, Preynat was convicted of sexually abusing minors and given a five-year prison sentence. He admitted abusing more than 75 boys for decades.

    The Preynat case led to the resignation last year of the former archbishop of Lyon, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who has been accused of failing to report the abuses to civil authorities when he learned about them in the 2010s. France’s highest court ruled earlier this year that Barbarin did not cover up the case.

    French archbishops, in a message to parishioners read during Sunday Mass across the country, said the publication of the report is “a test of truth and a tough and serious moment.”

    Pope Francis issued in May 2019 a groundbreaking new church law requiring all Catholic priests and nuns around the world to report clergy sexual abuse and cover-ups by their superiors to church authorities.

    In June, Francis swiftly rejected an offer from Cardinal Reinhard Marx, one of Germany’s most prominent clerics and a close papal adviser, to resign as archbishop of Munich and Freising over the church’s mishandling of abuse cases. But he said a process of reform was necessary and every bishop must take responsibility for the “catastrophe” of the crisis.

    ___

    Masha Macpherson contributed from Paris and Nicolas Vaux-Montagny contributed from Lyon, France.
    Last edited by Lou Newton; October 5, 2021, 11:51 AM.

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    • #3
      ABORTION

      Pope Invites Outspoken Abortion Advocate, Nancy Pelosi, To The Vatican, Pissing Off Many True Believers


      By
      ANDREW WHITE
      on
      October 9, 2021



      Syndicated Via National File| ANDREW WHITE|
      HOUSE SPEAKER NANCY PELOSI AND HER HUSBAND PAUL PAID A VISIT TO THE VATICAN TODAY TO MEET POPE FRANCIS IN ROME.


      House speaker Nancy Pelosi met with Pope Francis at Vatican today, according to a report by Catholic News Agency.

      From the report: “Pope Francis met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Saturday. At the time of publication, the Vatican had released no information about what the pope and Pelosi discussed, in line with its usual custom for papal meetings with non-heads of state.”

      Nancy Pelosi and Pope Francis – Source: Vatican Media

      According to an October 9 daily bulletin, the Vatican added that she was accompanied by her husband Paul Pelosi, a member of the elusive elite club Bohemian Grove.



      Paul Pelosi (Left) and Nancy Pelosi (Right) alongside Pope Francis – Source: Vatican Media



      As National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley reported in July 2020, “Wikileaks published the Bohemian Grove’s 2008 guest list, which included Pelosi, Donald Rumsfeld, and many other globalist elites. Pelosi also appeared on the 2018 guest list alongside James Baker, George H.W. Bush and many other titans of our misbegotten modernity.

      Alex Jones famously infiltrated Bohemian Grove and filmed the “Cremation of Care” ceremony in which the elite guests practice a faux-sacrifice ritual to a statue believed to be Moloch, the demonic “god” of child sacrifice, or possibly Minerva according to some.”

      It is unclear why the leader of the Catholic Church is meeting with pro-abortion Democratic US officials.. However, Pelosi reportedly said during the meeting that “His Holiness’s leadership is a source of joy and hope for Catholics and for all people, challenging each of us to be good stewards of God’s creation.”

      At the same time, a criminal fraud trial against an associate of Pelosi’s son, Paul Pelosi Jr., entered into the discovery phase last month.

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      • #4
        https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-preside...143807134.html

        Pope told Biden he is a warrior for peace. How is fighting to pass a law to murder babies, as they are being born, a warrior for peace ? I think this Pope would serve communion to Muhammad who beheaded many Jewish men and boys. He is so ill informed that he stated Jesus and Allah were the same person. Allah stated that he is the chief of all deceivers. Jesus said He was the Truth. They are NOT the same person.


        U.S. President Biden says Pope told him he should keep receiving Communion

        Fri, October 29, 2021, 10:38 AM
        ROME (Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden said on Friday that Pope Francis had told him he should keep receiving Communion, amid fierce debate in the U.S. Church over Biden's position on abortion.

        Biden has come under pressure from conservatives at home and his most ardent critics in the U.S. Church hierarchy have said he should be banned from receiving communion, the central sacrament of the faith.

        Asked if the topic of abortion came up during a long meeting with pope in the Vatican earlier on Friday, Biden said no. He said the pope told him he was happy he was a good Catholic and he should "keep receiving communion".

        The president, who goes to weekly Mass regularly and keeps a picture of the pope behind his desk in the Oval Office, has said he is personally opposed to abortion but cannot impose his views as an elected leader.

        Last month, asked about the U.S. communion debate, the pope told reporters that abortion is "murder". But he also appeared to criticise U.S. Catholic bishops for dealing with the issue in a political rather than a pastoral way.

        (Reporting by Jeff Mason, writing by Angelo Amante; Editing by Crispian Balmer)

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