Last year, on May 29, we posted “Note the date: June 29, 2018” In that article, we explained the significance of the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, on June 29 each year. For those who have not read that post, the assertion refers to the Enthronement of Lucifer in the Vatican on June 29, 1963 and then, we suggested that preliminary enthronement was completed, on June 29, 2013, right after Jorge Bergoglio moved into the Casa Santa Marta with his dear friend, Monsignor Ricca.
My premise is that even though we cannot confirm that the enthronement was completed on June 29, 2013, the Pope’s actions on the feast day of Saints Peter and Paul each year may yield evidence of its significance, perhaps becoming an opportunity for Pope Francis to show his true allegiance and/or his defiance of Christ, the True Head of the Holy Catholic Church.
Last year on that date, Pope Francis took the opportunity to honor Bishop Toribio Ticona with the Cardinal’s hat, thus signalling his approval for Ticona’s leftist politics and Ticona’s well-known scandalous concubinage. By publicly honoring Ticona, the pope was showing his intentions for this October’s Pan-Amazon Synod, as we are beginning to see.
So, what did the Pope do this year, as the Vicar of Christ and successor of St. Peter? How did he honor the first Pope?
We are deeply indebted to Lifesite news, Diane Montagna for the following, the entire post is here.
“In an unexpected and what some in Rome are viewing as an ominous gesture, Pope Francis has given away relics of St. Peter the Apostle to an Orthodox patriarch. Following a solemn Mass on June 29, the liturgical feast of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul, the Pope gave a delegation representing Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople a bronze reliquary containing nine bone fragments of the first Pope.” . . .
“Pope Francis told (Archbishop Job of Telmessos): “I no longer live in the Apostolic Palace, I never use this chapel, I never [celebrate] Holy Mass here, and we have St. Peter’s relics in the basilica itself, so it will be better if they will be kept in Constantinople.” . . .
“Admitting to being somewhat taken aback by the Pope’s decision, Archbishop Job said: “This is an extraordinary and unexpected event that we did not expect. The relics of the Holy Apostle Peter were always kept in Rome where they were the purpose of pilgrimages. The Orthodox Church has never asked for them since they never belonged to the Church of Constantinople,”
St. Peter’s Protection Leaving Rome
Diane Montagna added, quoting unnamed sources in the Vatican: “… some observers view the gesture as an ominous sign for the Church and for Rome.
“Pope Francis literally gave St. Peter away,” one source in Rome told LifeSite. “Incredible as a gesture.”
“The relics were in the Pope’s private chapel,” a priest noted. “He clearly prefers to make a ‘gesture’ of the relics than to pray before them and receive special graces from his patron, the first Pope.” “It is an entirely secular way of thinking, and what he reaps — secularization — he will sow for the whole Church, in a way no one expects,” he added.
In comments to LifeSite, another priest in Rome noted how important “locus,” i.e. place, is in Catholic thought, and added that it was the Lord’s will that Peter be martyred in Rome.
The priest pointed out that Christian art and literature have depicted Peter fleeing crucifixion in Rome during Emperor Nero’s persecution. According to a Christian tradition, on a road outside the city, Peter met the risen Jesus. In the Latin translation, Peter asks Jesus, “Quo vadis, Domine?,” to which the risen Lord responds: “Romam eo iterum crucifigi” (“I am going to Rome to be crucified again”). The vision gave Peter the courage to return to the city, where he was martyred by being crucified upside down.
“I strongly suspect this is a sign that St. Peter’s protection will be leaving the Vatican,” an observer in Rome said. “What to watch for next: Francis gives relics of St Paul to Protestants. It would be in the same line as the logic of this move. And it would further remove divine protection, preparing St Peter’s for a devastation not seen since the sack of Rome in the 1500s.” . . .
“Often signs are given to us,” one observer commented on Twitter following the news.
“St. Peter leaving Rome for the East means only one [thing]: the judgment has been passed upon Rome.”
Readers, a post on my blog makes as much impact as dropping a rose down the abyss of the Grand Canyon. It is an utterly pointless endeavor for me, and so, forgive me for begging, but beg I must. I do not ask that you try to gain the attention of the powerful bloggers. They block me for a reason and we must accept that as the way of the world. So what can be done?
I ask only that you try to get those you know to consider that we do truly have a man occupying the papacy, in control of the pure and holy Bride of Christ, the One, Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, who is determined to destroy it. Giving the sacred relics of the first Pope, Saint Peter, to schismatics who reject the Papacy, is an extremely significant event. We need to try our best to get others to pray and to add to their prayers sacrifices, making reparation, pray to Our Lady of the Rosary, entrust to her Immaculate Heart to come to the aid of the Church in this time of dire need.
With this highly symbolic event, the pope signifies his intention to complete the decapitation of the church, the dethroning of the papacy. He had earlier (I do not have the quote at hand right now) said that the monarchy must go. Destruction of the papacy, that is the monarchical structure, is essential to destroy the Church as Father Malachi Martin pointed out and we have cited in many posts.
Soon we will have the Pan-Amazon Synod when the pope’s men will further destroy the structure of the church in her Mass, sacraments and especially, her sacred priesthood, thus fulfilling Cardinal Manning’s ominous prophecy as we wrote in “Cardinal Manning on Bergoglio’s Reformation“:
“The Word of God tells us that towards the end of time the power of this world will became so irresistible and so triumphant that the Church of God will sink underneath its hand … It will be deprived of protection. It will be weakened, baffled, and prostrate, and will lie bleeding at the feet of the powers of this world.”
We have discussed this extensively in our earlier posts, and all ignored. Judas Complex and Pope Francis, Malachi Martin’s Three Possibilities. and many others.