Before his election, we all wondered what would happen next.
Let's face it, there has never been a time in the history of the Catholic Church when two popes lived at the same moment without a major upheaval that ended with only one survivor.
It just never turned out any good.
But today we have two popes.
One who calls himself 'pope emeritus,' while the other prefers the title 'bishop of Rome.'
We have waited until the initial smoke has cleared.
It is still foggy.
In this fog, we have seen the adulation.
We have read and heard the words of many well-respected Catholics in support of this papacy.
We understand their desire that Francis be an answer to prayers.
But we said it before his election and we will repeat it again: God will give the Catholic world what it wants.
And this, Christ our King, permitted.
Because until Catholics cry out for His Rule and NOT a vicar's, He will give us what we want.
For the Catholic world did not pray en masse for the Return, Reign and Rule of the Father's Only Begotten Son; but, alas, for another 'deputy.'
We also said that if the next person to ascend the Chair of Peter is to be a 'false prophet,' then we should look for a candidate from America.
It is clear now that it was the American contingent of cardinals who made the selection of the current South American the winner of a conclave made up of some suscipious characters.
In this, we do not mean to be irreverent.
Nor to call for schism.
But we do mean to ask some questions.
Legltimate questions that we discovered other Catholics are asking as well.
Questions we believe that are extremely relevant if one is to believe the importance of the Catholic faith to the reality of Truth.
No one is required to take this Journey of Questions with us as we post various inquiries.
Hopefully, just by asking the right questions, we, as believers, we be able to unveil the unfolding chaos that is, once again, staring at us right before our eyes.
For those who are afraid to ask questions, any questions, please refrain from joining.
Return, instead, the control of your television set to the Outer Limits of belief.
For those who wish to join us, let us go back to many approved prophecies before this current two-pope world and see if there are any correlations as to what is right before our eyes.
Next: Anne Catherine Emmerich foresaw what?
2013 marks the 1,700th anniversary of the enforcement of the Edict of Milan.
The edict ended the Alpha of the Persecution of the Catholic Church.
The martyrs of that incredible time showed courage and calmness in the face of evil and brutality.
Today, we are in the Omega of the Persecution of the Catholic Church.
It is not a prophetic event for tomorrow.
It is here today and yesterday, continuing into tomorrow, until the very day of His Return.
In light of this reality, why do we, as Catholics, continue to believe so many of the prophecies about the end are yet to be fulfilled?
When will we realize we're living it?
Or is the Omega opposite from the Alpha in that there are few martyrs with courage and calmness, while there are many anti-martyrs as evidenced by their meekness and lukewarmness?
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