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The Last Pope: Do Biblical and Catholic Prophecies Point to Pope Francis I? Kindle Edition
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doing any sort of Catholic bashing. He does an excellent job of covering many documented resources. Satan is dangerous and is responsible for the evil that exists in our world and in our lives. It is essential we be informed by many resources and have some understanding of what our futures may hold. Christians must have the courage to see through false prophets who ever they may be.
The other prophecies are new to me but seem more obscure than Malachy's. That Francis has become the leader of the church in a time of great trouble is clearly true but none of the rest of the (probably added end) seems to apply to Francis.
If the papacy is to end, a passage into the church doing the things that made Francis of Assisi a saint can only be a good thing.
If the papacy ends when the world ends, these prophecies don't convince that time is soon.