BREAKING REPORT: Vatican Preps for Conclave as ‘Pope Is Dying’
The Christian world, and more specifically Roman Catholics around the world received some bad news not very long ago.
According to a report from Newsmax, Pope Francis…is dying.
In the past few days, I have spoken to the secretary of one of the most powerful Vatican cardinals. He shared with me some important revelations for Catholics and non-Catholics alike.
First, he said plainly, “Pope Francis is dying.”
At 84, it has long been viewed that the Holy Father is physically and perhaps mentally not well. Last July, the Pople spent an extraordinary 10 days in a Rome hospital supposedly for surgery of the colon to manage diverticulitis, a disorder of the colon wall.
Cancer was never mentioned, but others fear the Pope’s condition is more than has been said publicly.
Vatican insiders, including my source, do not believe he will survive past 2022.
IN fact, he tells me Vatican officials are already in “pre-Conclave mode” and preparing the logistics for Francis’ passing.
Pope Francis is not regarded as one of the more popular Popes in the Catholic Church’s history and I think it’s because liberalism has crept its way into Rome which seems apparent from some of the things he has said in the past.
Reporter John Gizzi broke the story saying that during discussions with one of the most powerful Vatican Cardinals, he was informed that a Conclave is being prepared.
For those who do not know, a Papal Conclave is an assembly that launches the process for electing a new Pope.
The College of Cardinals elected Pope Francis in 2013 and ironically enough, Pope Francis replaced Pope Benedict XVI for much the same reason, potentially deteriorating health concerns. At 94-years-of-age, Pope Benedict XVI is still alive.
Supposedly, according to an ancient prophecy, this is supposed to be the last pope. But we’ll see about that.