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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Pope Francis plans to visit United States next year

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global religious system and the False Prophet

The signs of the last days global false religious system are all about us these days, (see video below), with the prototype of the False Prophet, (Pope Francis), hard at work pulling the pieces together to formulate what the bible refers to as 'Mystery Babylon', (Revelation 17).

Its likely that the Roman Catholic Church will only be part of this global ecumenical monstrosity and the Pope just one of many world religious leaders that bring their various faith systems into compliance with the Harlot of last days bible prophecy.

Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon.  It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. Revelation 13:11-12 NIV

Pope Francis plans to visit United States next year
Pope Francis announced on Monday he would make his first visit to the United States next year, travelling to Philadelphia where he will celebrate an outdoor mass before an audience expected to number in the millions.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia said he was "overjoyed" at the prospect of the pope's attendance at the World Meeting of Families, which convenes every three years. "His charisma, presence and voice will electrify the gathering," Chaput said in a statement. "As I've said many times before, I believe that the presence of the Holy Father will bring all of us - Catholic and non-Catholic alike - together in tremendously powerful, unifying and healing ways," he said.

Change Urged by Pope Francis Is Rattling Hierarchy of Roman Catholic Church
Change is rattling the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church, and the bishops here say they now feel it even if they do not yet understand where Pope Francis is leading them. The change is reflected not only in appointments — with the Chicago seat the main indicator so far — but also in Francis’ call for the church to open discussion on sticky matters long considered settled, such as communion for the divorced and remarried, same-sex relationships, couples who live together without being married and even polygamists in Africa.
Some prelates, like Bishop Cupich, are exhilarated at the pontiff’s fresh message and the prospect of change, while others, like Cardinal George, are more wary. A few have been downright resistant, including Cardinal Raymond Burke, an American in Rome who has publicly challenged Francis and was removed on Saturday from his position as head of the Vatican’s highest court.

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