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REVEALED -->1969 Young Pope Ratzinger's Church Prophecies! What do you think?

 
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REVEALED -->1969 Young Pope Ratzinger's Church Prophecies! What do you think?
I honestly don't know if his words at the Angelus mass could be ushering in the antichrist or he is trying to prepare the church for the return of Jesus, but his 1969 prophecies indicate that he was well aware of what was to come. This is like a movie, I swear. Unreal, and yet far too real...

In five little known radio speeches made in 1969 and published again a while ago by Ignatius Press in the volume “Faith and the Future”, the future Pope gave his vision of the future of man and the Church. His last teaching, which he read out on “Hessian Rundfunk” radio on Christmas day, had a distinctly prophetic tone.

Ratzinger said he was convinced the Church was going through an era similar to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. “We are at a huge turning point – he explained – in the evolution of mankind. This moment makes the move from Medieval to modern times seem insignificant.” Professor Ratzinger compared the current era to that of Pope Pius VI who was abducted by troops of the French Republic and died in prison in 1799. The Church was fighting against a force which intended to annihilate it definitively, confiscating its property and dissolving religious orders.


PLEASE read on! It is interesting to say the least!

[link to vaticaninsider.lastampa.it]

His Angelus speech:

[link to www.news.va]
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