THE POPE’S WOES: MIRACLE OF AD 2004 “The Boston Archdiocese ordered the closing of 80 churches, after they were

sued by many men raped as boys in the Catholic Churches. After consulting with the church spokesmen, Dan Rather, of CBS, reported, “The Catholic Church is in serious trouble. They expect these troubles to spread nationwide.” The St. Louis Archdiocese paid a $1,675,000 settlement for a lawsuit. They also closed many churches and schools. The Seattle Archdiocese declared bankruptcy to avoid paying penalties in two suits underway. But the Ecumenical Movement is suffering too. They have been reporting membership loss since the 1970s. On August 24, 2004, CBS reported that Protestantism was at an all-time low. They had footage of a church sign, “(Denomination not remembered) - Baptist - Presbyterian.” They did not have enough members in any denomination to support a congregation. The report went on to say, “For the first time in the history of the nation, the Protestants are below 50 % of the population.” NOTE: This was a flaw in terminology, for there are no more Protestants. Therefore Ecumenicalism has promoted death. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 26, 2004. Archdiocese of St. Louis paid $2,000,000 for settlement of 18 lawsuits. Mention was made again of the previous settlement of $1,675,000. The article closed with mention of further lawsuits unsettled. On September 20, 1870, the “Ten Horns” (Ten Papal States) drove the Papacy and the Pope from Rome, and Babylon fell, never to be again. This is confirmed in all encyclopedias under the topic, “Italy.” So then, God created the nation of Italy to replace Babylon, and the Papacy and the Pope. Even the New Catholic Encyclopedia contains this story. Protestant expositors interpreted this event to be the fulfillment of Revelation 16.10-11: “Then the fifth angel poured out his bowl on the throne of the Beast (Papacy), and his kingdom became full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues because of the pain. They blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and did not repent of their deeds.” The Pope’s current woes are the fulfillment of this prophecy: “The Devil who deceived them (nations - vs 8) was cast into the Lake of Fire and sulfur where the Beast (Papacy) and False Prophet (Pope) are. And they will be tormented day and night into the ages of the ages” - Rev 20.10. So then, the Lord God has struck down the Pope once, and is in the process of doing it again. Expect a, “Stroke of God” similar to being run out of Rome in AD 1870. These are exciting times. “The fulfillment of prophecy is a miracle of God.” We are now witnessing a miracle of God. This should increase the faith of the children of God. Praise the Lord! September 20, 2004: CBS Evening News, and Dan Rather, reported the Catholic Church in Tucson, Arizona had filed for bankruptcy due to lawsuits over homosexual priests abuse of boys. Previously, 11 lawsuits had been settled, but 22 new lawsuits forced the Catholic Church to move to bankruptcy. September 26, 2004: St. Louis Post-Dispatch; An archdiocesan study has proposed that 25 Catholic parishes in north St. Louis County be combined into 10, and the number of Catholic grade schools in the area shrink from 13 to eight. November 11, 2004. A Roman Catholic priest stole $226,000 from the church in Edwardsville, Illinois. The archbishop of the diocese, in Springfield, has declined to prosecute him. He has submitted to counseling for gambling addiction. Source: KMOV Noon News, St. Louis, Missouri.

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Holy Family Catholic Church, in St. Louis, Missouri, which is being closed down, had its final service in December, 2004. The membership was reported to have cried over their loss. From: Radio. A Roman Catholic religious order, Christian Brothers of Concord, California, agreed to pay $6.3 million to settle three lawsuits for sexual abuse. The lawsuits are among roughly 900 filed in California - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. Natick, Mass. - Police arrested two parishioners who attempted a vigil to keep the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston from closing their 114-year-old parish, one of 83 churches slated to be shut down or consolidated by year’s end - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. Court rules against Roman Catholic Church, and will allow prosecution of crimes committed thirty years ago to continue, in cases of priests molesting young boys - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. [NOTE: The Constitution contains a seven year statute of limitations on all crimes except murder. The judge ruled against the Constitution and the Roman Catholic Church.] The Brooklyn (New York) Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church announced plans to close 80 schools at the end of the current school year. 4,000 students will be displaced. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri, February 13, 2005. 80,000 lawsuits against the Catholic Church since 1950. These were about Homosexual priests molesting young boys. Dan Rather, CBS, February 19,2005. Brooklyn diocese to close 20 schools. NBC, February 21, 2005. Catholic schools: 8,000 nationwide. 34 new schools. Enrollment down 165,000. St. Louis Archdiocese to close 10 churches, and 5 schools in South St. Louis. Conflicting report of 8 churches and 4 schools in South St. Louis. Earlier 25 churches in North St. Louis were reduced to only 10 churches. The price of the lawsuits against the Roman Catholic Churches had reached "one billion dollars" on June 9, 2005; CBS evening news. A Roman Catholic priest, at the age of 71 years, was convicted in St. Louis, Missouri of sodomizing a young boy at the "Old Cathedral" located by the famous "Arch" on the Mississippi River, in the 1970s. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison - KMOV, Channel 4 News, about September 20, 2005. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 25, 2005, reported the Roman Catholic Church was petitioning an Appeals Court to stop prosecutions for Homosexual priests' sins 30 or 40 years ago. The reporter cited a law of 1969, when "heinous" crimes were allowed prosecution. [This was after the "seven year limit of guilt in all cases except murder" (US Constitution)]. Last year, a similar appeal was denied. [But, sad to tell, the Constitution is gone.] KMOV, Channel 4, St. Louis, MO; Archbishop Burke, of St. Louis Diocese, excommunicated St. Stanislaus Catholic Church because they had money, and he ordered them to give it to him, and they refused; January 2006. CBS Evening News, January 11, 2006; the Roman Catholic Church was reported to have a petition before an appeals court, requesting the constitutional "seven year statute of limitations for all crimes but murder.

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Their Homosexual priests had been being convicted, and the Catholic Churches losing lawsuits for their practice of Homosexual molestation of boys that happened 20 or 30 years ago. A Roman Catholic bishop, who had been molested at the age of 15 years, appeared before the court soliciting a continuance of this violation of the "seven years statute of limitations," CHANNEL TWO: KTVI; ELEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING NEWS; St. Louis, Missouri; February 24,2006. A Holy Family Catholic Parish that was closed down six months ago, was sold to Marian Middle School. [The St. Louis Archdiocese closed down many Catholic Churches in St. Louis County and in the City of St. Louis. The reason given was that they did not have the money to operate that many churches. The reason that they did not have the money was because of lawsuits by the Catholic membership, because of child molestation by Homosexual priests.] DIGRESSION TO ANTICHRIST: "CBS Evening News, hosted by Bob Schieffer, announced over 100 Iraqis had been killed in the last two days. A professor of Middle Eastern Studies was consulted, and asked, "Does this constitute Civil War?" He answered in the affirmative. February 23, 2006." The word of God had defined Muhammad as the "False Prophet" (of the East). See: Rev 16.13. The prophecy was fulfilled in the First World War when the Ottoman Empire (Muslims) surrendered unconditionally to the British General, Edmund Allenby, on October 29, 1918. The Muslims are also identified in the word of God as the Antichrist. See: 1Jn 4.1-3. Anyone denying that Iesous (Jesus; Man) Anointed (Christ; God) had come in the flesh is the Antichrist. The name Immanuel (God with us) also condemns the Muslims. They tried to conquer the world in the First World War; and they paid the price. In the last few years, they have had efforts around the globe, to conquer the world; and they are paying the price once again. MORE WOES FOR ANTICHRIST. CBS Evening News, hosted by Bob Schieffer, annoinced, "1300 Iraqis killed in the last seven days." Suicide bombers, and mortar and rifle rife, resulted in these fatalities. Shiite mosques were bombed by Sunnis, and Sunni mosques were hit in retaliation. [Civil War is being embraced as a way of life by the Iraqi antichrists (Muslims.] MORE WOES FOR POPE. KSDK, Channel Five, St. Louis, Missouri (by telephone); August 27, 2008, Belleville Roman Catholic Church convicted of “child molestation,” and victim was awarded, $2.2 million punitive damages, and, $2.3 million [additional]. News Democrat, Belleville, Illinois, November 9, 2008: “NEW YORK: A third theologically conservative diocese has broken away from the liberal Episcopalian Church in a long-running dispute over the Bible, gay relationships and other issues. The Diocese of Quincy, Ill., took a vote at its annual meeting that ended Saturday. Two other dioceses – San Joaquin, based in Fresno, Calif., and Pittsburgh – have already split off. Next weekend, the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, will vote whether to follow suit. NOTE: The Ecumenical Movement banned the Bible message in 1948, and founded the World Council of Churches. Their state goal was, “Unity with the Pope.” [They are – in my opinion – Gog and Magog

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“deceiving the nations (churches)” (Rev 20.7-8). Gog = Seminary, or Bible College professor; and Magog = Seminary, or Bible College. The Devil that deceived the nations (Rev 20.10; churches) = the Preacher. I had observed these three (Bible College Professor, Bible College, Preacher) “deceive” the congregation of my youth (Lansdowne Church of Christ. “Seeing is believing.”] Belleville News-Democrat: “Fort Worth is 4th diocese to leave Episcopal Church. 80 percent of members OK split.” [In my opinion – these are acts of God, who controlled the minds of His enemies at times. God called the pagan, Cyrus of Persia, “My shepherd, and My anointed” (Isa 44.28 – 45.1) – before he was born. Cyrus was predicted to build the second temple. And, there are many other pagans listed in the Bible as “servants of God”, to do his military acts. CBS Evening News, Katie Couric, March 9, 2009, “In 1990s, United States citizens declaring themselves, ‘Christians’ dropped 10 percent.” THE POPE’S WOES: MIRACLE OF AD 2004 “The Boston Archdiocese ordered the closing of 80 churches, after they were sued by many men raped as boys in the Catholic Churches. After consulting with the church spokesmen, Dan Rather, of CBS, reported, “The Catholic Church is in serious trouble. They expect these troubles to spread nationwide.” The St. Louis Archdiocese paid a $1,675,000 settlement for a lawsuit. They also closed many churches and schools. The Seattle Archdiocese declared bankruptcy to avoid paying penalties in two suits underway. But the Ecumenical Movement is suffering too. They have been reporting membership loss since the 1970s. On August 24, 2004, CBS reported that Protestantism was at an all-time low. They had footage of a church sign, “(Denomination not remembered) - Baptist - Presbyterian.” They did not have enough members in any denomination to support a congregation. The report went on to say, “For the first time in the history of the nation, the Protestants are below 50 % of the population.” NOTE: This was a flaw in terminology, for there are no more Protestants. Therefore Ecumenicalism has promoted death. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 26, 2004. Archdiocese of St. Louis paid $2,000,000 for settlement of 18 lawsuits. Mention was made again of the previous settlement of $1,675,000. The article closed with mention of further lawsuits unsettled. On September 20, 1870, the “Ten Horns” (Ten Papal States) drove the Papacy and the Pope from Rome, and Babylon fell, never to be again. This is confirmed in all encyclopedias under the topic, “Italy.” So then, God created the nation of Italy to replace Babylon, and the Papacy and the Pope. Even the New Catholic Encyclopedia contains this story. Protestant expositors interpreted this event to be the fulfillment of Revelation 16.10-11: “Then the fifth angel poured out his bowl on the throne of the Beast (Papacy), and his kingdom became full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues because of the pain. They blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and did not repent of their deeds.” The Pope’s current woes are the fulfillment of this prophecy: “The Devil who deceived them (nations - vs 8) was cast into the Lake of Fire and sulfur where the Beast (Papacy) and False Prophet (Pope) are. And they will be tormented day and night into the ages of the ages” - Rev 20.10. So then, the Lord God has struck down the Pope once, and is in the process of doing it again. Expect a,

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“Stroke of God” similar to being run out of Rome in AD 1870. These are exciting times. “The fulfillment of prophecy is a miracle of God.” We are now witnessing a miracle of God. This should increase the faith of the children of God. Praise the Lord! September 20, 2004: CBS Evening News, and Dan Rather, reported the Catholic Church in Tucson, Arizona had filed for bankruptcy due to lawsuits over homosexual priests abuse of boys. Previously, 11 lawsuits had been settled, but 22 new lawsuits forced the Catholic Church to move to bankruptcy. September 26, 2004: St. Louis Post-Dispatch; An archdiocesan study has proposed that 25 Catholic parishes in north St. Louis County be combined into 10, and the number of Catholic grade schools in the area shrink from 13 to eight. November 11, 2004. A Roman Catholic priest stole $226,000 from the church in Edwardsville, Illinois. The archbishop of the diocese, in Springfield, has declined to prosecute him. He has submitted to counseling for gambling addiction. Source: KMOV Noon News, St. Louis, Missouri. Holy Family Catholic Church, in St. Louis, Missouri, which is being closed down, had its final service in December, 2004. The membership was reported to have cried over their loss. From: Radio. A Roman Catholic religious order, Christian Brothers of Concord, California, agreed to pay $6.3 million to settle three lawsuits for sexual abuse. The lawsuits are among roughly 900 filed in California - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. Natick, Mass. - Police arrested two parishioners who attempted a vigil to keep the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston from closing their 114-year-old parish, one of 83 churches slated to be shut down or consolidated by year’s end - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. Court rules against Roman Catholic Church, and will allow prosecution of crimes committed thirty years ago to continue, in cases of priests molesting young boys - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 26, 2004. [NOTE: The Constitution contains a seven year statute of limitations on all crimes except murder. The judge ruled against the Constitution and the Roman Catholic Church.] The Brooklyn (New York) Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church announced plans to close 80 schools at the end of the current school year. 4,000 students will be displaced. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, St. Louis, Missouri, February 13, 2005. 80,000 lawsuits against the Catholic Church since 1950. These were about Homosexual priests molesting young boys. Dan Rather, CBS, February 19,2005. Brooklyn diocese to close 20 schools. NBC, February 21, 2005. Catholic schools: 8,000 nationwide. 34 new schools. Enrollment down 165,000. St. Louis Archdiocese to close 10 churches, and 5 schools in South St. Louis. Conflicting report of 8 churches and 4 schools in South St. Louis. Earlier 25 churches in North St. Louis were reduced to only 10 churches. The price of the lawsuits against the Roman Catholic Churches had reached "one billion dollars" on June 9, 2005; CBS evening news. A Roman Catholic priest, at the age of 71 years, was convicted in St. Louis, Missouri of sodomizing a young boy at the "Old Cathedral" located by the famous "Arch" on the Mississippi River, in the 1970s.

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He was sentenced to 20 years in prison - KMOV, Channel 4 News, about September 20, 2005. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 25, 2005, reported the Roman Catholic Church was petitioning an Appeals Court to stop prosecutions for Homosexual priests' sins 30 or 40 years ago. The reporter cited a law of 1969, when "heinous" crimes were allowed prosecution. [This was after the "seven year limit of guilt in all cases except murder" (US Constitution)]. Last year, a similar appeal was denied. [But, sad to tell, the Constitution is gone.] KMOV, Channel 4, St. Louis, MO; Archbishop Burke, of St. Louis Diocese, excommunicated St. Stanislaus Catholic Church because they had money, and he ordered them to give it to him, and they refused; January 2006. CBS Evening News, January 11, 2006; the Roman Catholic Church was reported to have a petition before an appeals court, requesting the constitutional "seven year statute of limitations for all crimes but murder. Their Homosexual priests had been being convicted, and the Catholic Churches losing lawsuits for their practice of Homosexual molestation of boys that happened 20 or 30 years ago. A Roman Catholic bishop, who had been molested at the age of 15 years, appeared before the court soliciting a continuance of this violation of the "seven years statute of limitations," CHANNEL TWO: KTVI; ELEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING NEWS; St. Louis, Missouri; February 24,2006. A Holy Family Catholic Parish that was closed down six months ago, was sold to Marian Middle School. [The St. Louis Archdiocese closed down many Catholic Churches in St. Louis County and in the City of St. Louis. The reason given was that they did not have the money to operate that many churches. The reason that they did not have the money was because of lawsuits by the Catholic membership, because of child molestation by Homosexual priests.] DIGRESSION TO ANTICHRIST: "CBS Evening News, hosted by Bob Schieffer, announced over 100 Iraqis had been killed in the last two days. A professor of Middle Eastern Studies was consulted, and asked, "Does this constitute Civil War?" He answered in the affirmative. February 23, 2006." The word of God had defined Muhammad as the "False Prophet" (of the East). See: Rev 16.13. The prophecy was fulfilled in the First World War when the Ottoman Empire (Muslims) surrendered unconditionally to the British General, Edmund Allenby, on October 29, 1918. The Muslims are also identified in the word of God as the Antichrist. See: 1Jn 4.1-3. Anyone denying that Iesous (Jesus; Man) Anointed (Christ; God) had come in the flesh is the Antichrist. The name Immanuel (God with us) also condemns the Muslims. They tried to conquer the world in the First World War; and they paid the price. In the last few years, they have had efforts around the globe, to conquer the world; and they are paying the price once again. MORE WOES FOR ANTICHRIST. CBS Evening News, hosted by Bob Schieffer, annoinced, "1300 Iraqis killed in the last seven days." Suicide bombers, and mortar and rifle rife, resulted in these fatalities. Shiite mosques were bombed by Sunnis, and Sunni mosques were hit in retaliation. [Civil War is being embraced as a way of life by the Iraqi antichrists (Muslims.] MORE WOES FOR POPE.

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KSDK, Channel Five, St. Louis, Missouri (by telephone); August 27, 2008, Belleville Roman Catholic Church convicted of “child molestation,” and victim was awarded, $2.2 million punitive damages, and, $2.3 million [additional]. News Democrat, Belleville, Illinois, November 9, 2008: “NEW YORK: A third theologically conservative diocese has broken away from the liberal Episcopalian Church in a long-running dispute over the Bible, gay relationships and other issues. The Diocese of Quincy, Ill., took a vote at its annual meeting that ended Saturday. Two other dioceses – San Joaquin, based in Fresno, Calif., and Pittsburgh – have already split off. Next weekend, the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, will vote whether to follow suit. NOTE: The Ecumenical Movement banned the Bible message in 1948, and founded the World Council of Churches. Their state goal was, “Unity with the Pope.” [They are – in my opinion – Gog and Magog “deceiving the nations (churches)” (Rev 20.7-8). Gog = Seminary, or Bible College professor; and Magog = Seminary, or Bible College. The Devil that deceived the nations (Rev 20.10; churches) = the Preacher. I had observed these three (Bible College Professor, Bible College, Preacher) “deceive” the congregation of my youth (Lansdowne Church of Christ. “Seeing is believing.”] Belleville News-Democrat: “Fort Worth is 4th diocese to leave Episcopal Church. 80 percent of members OK split.” [In my opinion – these are acts of God, who controlled the minds of His enemies at times. God called the pagan, Cyrus of Persia, “My shepherd, and My anointed” (Isa 44.28 – 45.1) – before he was born. Cyrus was predicted to build the second temple. And, there are many other pagans listed in the Bible as “servants of God”, to do his military acts. CBS Evening News, Katie Couric, March 9, 2009, “In 1990s, United States citizens declaring themselves, ‘Christians’ dropped 10 percent.”

Prosecutors doubt Vatican money-laundering pledges
Associated Press
VATICAN CITY – The Vatican Bank has taken steps to satisfy tough EU and international norms on money laundering and server financing after being confronted with an unprecedented crackdown by Italian prosecutors, The Associated Press has learned. In recent weeks the bank made written and in-person pledges to pass anti-money laundering legislation, report investigate suspicious transactions, identify customers to law enforcement and create a special compliance authority. Prosecutors, though aren’t buying it. They claim that even as the bank was making such overtures, it broke the law by trying to transfer money without identifying the sender or recipient, or what the money was being used for. Italian prosecutors have placed bank chairman Ettore Gotti Tedeschi and his deputy Paolo Cipriani under investigation and financial police seized $30 million from a Vatican bank account on Sept. 21. The Vatican has reacted furiously, insisting that the omission of data was just a “misunderstanding” that could be easily clarified. It tried to get the seizure lifted, but the court refused. Now the Vatican has finally given its commitments to some of the key institutions involved in the fight against money laundering – Belleville News Democrat (Illinois); October 31. 2010.

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Belleville News Democrat, June 12, 2011: Letter to Editor:

Hold leaders accountable
MEG WELLS wrote in a recent letter that the wrong people pay for sex abuse done by the [catholic] clergy. The people who need to be addressed are the bishop, monsignors, cardinals and pope. These people have enabled this abuse for hundreds if not thousands of years and we [catholics] always pay the price either emotionally or financially, Bishop Edward Braxton of the Belleville Catholic Diocese could have settled a lawsuit for quite a bit less than the going-on $7 million that will have to be paid. Wells is right, no money can take away the emotional scars caused by the abuse and cover-up, but there is plenty of financial devastation associated with this abuse – mental heath expenses and legal expenses. When will the people in the pews demand accountability from those who hold the purse strings? It probably takes this kind of settlement to get us (!) to wake up and take action. Call Braxton and ask him to be personally accountable financially and ethically for the devastation caused by him, his fellow bishops, priests, monsignors, cardinals and pope. Anne Harter Belleville Belleville News Democrat, August 28, 2011: Diocese may close up to 20 parishes. 1) Aging priesthood, 2) shifts in population… Nuns And lay people may be able to administer a parish day-to-dat, while priests just come to say mass and perform sacraments. KMOV – television, Channel 4, St. Louis, Mo. Anchor- man, Larry Conners repeated above report about the possibility of the Belleville Diocese losing 20 parishes, by he omittted the report of having priests for “mass only.” Belleville News Democrat, September 4, 2011: Vatican rejects Irish criticism over sex abuse. [Note: Ireland and Brazil have been bewailing the “abuse” of their altar boys for two years now.] “Calls prime minister’s attack “unfounded.” [The Vatican did not deny the facts, but argued against the Prime mimisters’ statement that the police should be notified by the church when the abuse is dicovered. The Vatican spokesman said Ireland has no law requiring that to be done.]

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