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Peter the roman means Pope Francis from the Jesuit order

Thursday, March 14, 2013 20:08
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In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit
peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills  will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End. Thus ends the  prophecies of  Saint Malachy, a 12th‑century Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland about the last pope

Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Argentina was elected and chose the name of  Pope Francis. The internet forums exploded with people trying to find a connection between peter the Roman and pope francis.  everybody were trying their search in the distant mountains while the proof was inside their house.

1) Why did the new pope selected the name of Francis

The new pope is a man known to care very much for the poor and St Francis of Assisi was a saint known to care very much for the helpless. Though St Francis  was never ordained to the Catholic priesthood he started the  Franciscan Order . According to popular myth our new Pope selected  the name of Francis in honor of St Francis of Assisi.

2) Pre -papal role  of the present pope 

Bergoglio entered the Society of Jesus on 1958 and studied to become a priest.and was active in the jesuit order until he became the  Bishop of Buenos Aires in 1992. There is no mention of him ever worked inside the Franciscan Order founded by St Francis of Assisi.Our pope is  a Jesuit inside and out.

3) Has anybody heard the new pope saying that he choose the name of Francis in honor of St Francis of Assisi ?

NO. Nobody has heard him saying so, but somebody assumed it so…

4) who started the Jesuit order

Seven remarkable young people joined together and formed the jesuit order . The most prominent people were Ignatius of Loyola‘s, St. Francis Xavier and Peter Favre

5) Who is St. Francis Xavier

Francis Xavier was the first Jesuit missionary. He was influential in the spreading and upkeep of Catholicism most notably in India, but also ventured into Japan,Borneo, the Moluccas, and other areas which had thus far not been visited by Christian missionaries. There are many magical deeds done by him in the name of christ..He is said to have converted more people than anyone else has done since Saint Paul.He was born in Spain and he  is much venerated in Spain and the Hispanic countries where Francisco Javier or Javier are common male given names.

6) Argentina.

 A former spanish colony and spainish  is  the dominant language.

7) Why did the new pope selected the name of Francis

He choose the name in honor of  St. Francis Xavier  who is highly revered in Argentena and who spread  Christianity outside Europe

8) Peter the Roman

Roman refers to the city of Rome or the city of the seven hills. Here Saint  Malachy refers to the Jesuit order founded by Seven people. our new pope selected his name from one of the founder Francis Xavier who was  the first Jesuit missionary like peter the first pope who  evangelised the Gentiles..

 Peter the roman  means Pope Francis  from the Jesuit order 

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  • supervern

    From Wikipedia:
    St. Francis of Assisi (Italian: San Francesco d’Assisi, baptized Giovanni, born Francesco di Pietro di Bernardone; 1181/1182 – October 3, 1226.)

    So taking the name of Francis I he acknowledges Francesco di Pietro. Pietro is peter in Italian.

  • Pharisees.org

    Italian cardinal Scola if elected pope would have fulfilled the prophecy, but the prophecy was false and the prophets who made it were false to. Any one who thinks the Catholic church or any church is of God is greatly deceived.

    No altar for Gentiles. There is no altar to kneel at to worship God (John 4:22-23). Gentiles were not permitted to enter the Temple even when Christ fully confirmed the Temple as his Father’s House of Worship, and even while animal sacrifices and other Temple duties were taking place.

    Blind Gentiles seek out men and women who claim to be specially appointed by God to watch out for souls. They seek out an altar. Men of Satan have them covered, with spiritual rulers and an altar, but it does cost the Gentiles money (Romans 15:27).

    http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/03/nazi-franny-not-peter-the-roman-2593986.html

    • Louis

      It will probably take lightning bolts to get Pharisees.org to stop lying like a devil. But if that’s what it takes, then rest assured it can be arranged by the One Above in due time.

  • Pix

    “St Francis of Assisi was a saint known to care very much for the helpless.” Actually he cared for animals specifically. He was famous for allowing animals into church. There is no obvious connection between him and Peter the Roman.

    Typical religious fare of grasping at straws.

    :lol:

  • roxy

    Not very convincing. I don’t think it means Francis Xavier from the Jesuit order. Peter the Roman could be connected to St Francis of Assisi. His birth name was Francesco di Pietro. Furthermore, the pope’s both parents emigrated from Italy so it may be that he is only Argentinian by birth but of Italian ancestry. But still, I don’t see the connection. Only time will tell.

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