Sunday, November 5, 2017

Canonization for John Paul I is Ramping up

"33-day Pope" complained a few hours before his death in September 1978 about severe pain in the upper chest - "La Stampa": confirmation of "heroic virtue" is imminent


Rome (kath.net/KAP) Details of the death of the "33-day Pope" John Paul I has come up now. Accordingly, the Pope complained a few hours before his death on 28 September 1978 about severe pain in the upper chest, but did not want to call a doctor. This supports the official account according to which John Paul I succumbed to a heart attack. The unexpectedly early end of the pontificate had provoked speculation about a possible murder.




The new findings are based on previously unpublished documents, which are now being published in a book by the vice-lawyer for the beatification of John Paul I, Stefania Falasca ("Papa Luciani - Chronicle of a Death"). The Vatican correspondent Andrea Tornielli quoted contents of the volume appearing on Tuesday at the weekend in advance in the online edition of the Italian newspaper "La Stampa".


According to Falasca, the note on the heart attack suffered by John Paul I in the presence of his secretary John Magee can be found in the report of the papal physician Renato Buzzonetti to the Vatican Secretariat of State immediately after the papacy. In addition to medical records of Albino Luciani, the later John Paul I, the book also documents cardinals' doubts about the cause of death: for example, the papal electors questioned doctors about possible signs of malign influence before the recent conclave.


On the day of the publication of Falasca's book, a session of the Congregation of the Causes of Saints will take place  on John Paul I in the Vatican. On Tuesday or Wednesday, according to Vatican correspondent Tornielli, a confirmation of the incumbent Pope Francis about the "heroic virtue" of his predecessor can be expected. This, together with the proof of a miracle, is a prerequisite for a beatification.


Photo: Pope John Paul I


AMDG

21 comments:

  1. He was going to roll things back and roll some heads and that couldn't be tolerated of course.

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  2. Best is to read "In God's Name." Author is Yallop

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  3. Malachi Martin wrote that he was murdered by the Russians. A Russian Metropolitan by the name of Nikodem died mysteriously in an audience with JPI. In fact, he died at his feet and received a blessing from the pope as he died.---Speculation is that the poison went to the wrong guy and that this was rectified soon enough.

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  4. I used to read Abbe de Nantes who said JPI was a traditionalist, who was going to clean up.

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  5. I have read the book by Yallop. It did not impress me. Vatican II serves as a sort of opposite Tar Baby. If you rub a little Vatican II on your papacy, you are automatically considered for canonization.

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  6. Evidence for the REAL Third Secret:

    The Murder of Pope John Paul I...

    Veronica - Our Lady now is pointing up to the left side of the sky, and over on the left side I can see two cardinals. They are walking toward each other. Each has the key, a very large golden key in his hand, like this. Now they’re standing in front of each other, and they’re crossing the keys, like this. Two cardinals. Now they’re pointing now with the keys over to the right of them, and over on the right there is the building, a very large building. It appears to be St. Peter’s. Yes, it’s a domed building. It is St. Peter’s, the Vatican.
    Now they’re pointing upward with the keys, high over their heads. And in the sky over the keys I can see the numbers of “666” forming. The letterings are black, tinged in red on the outside, “666.” Now it’s beginning to fade away, the whole scene, as though it’s like blowing, evaporating. It’s completely, almost completely gone now.
    Our Lady is motioning now to listen.
    Our Lady - “My child, you will understand soon the meaning of this message. You must pray now for your new Vicar. There is a foul plan afoot against him.” – September 13, 1978

    “My child and My children, I am not intending to go through a long discourse with you on the present state of My Church in Rome. Suffice it to say that 666, Lucifer and his agents, will make a concerted effort to dethrone the present Vicar.* In his plan, the plan of Lucifer, he seeks to unite My Church with the world, and this I shall not permit.” – Jesus, September 28, 1978

    * Pope John Paul I was found dead the next morning.

    “We will go back, My child, in history, a short history, and remember well what had happened in Rome to John, Pope John, whose reign lasted 33 days. O My child, it is history now, but it is placed in the book that lists the disasters in mankind. He received the horror and martyrdom by drinking from a glass. It was a champagne glass given to him by a now deceased member of the clergy and the Secretariat of the State [Cardinal Villot].” - Our Lady of the Roses, May 21, 1983

    http://www.tldm.org/news3/johnpauli.htm

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    1. There it is. That is the quandry. Francis is "uniting the Church with the world". Is that good or bad or something in between? Isolation in monasteries is deemed as bad. The elitism of the priesthood is seen as bad. An inner spirituality is also seen as bad. The papacy itself is seen as bad. Conscience is seen as good. Slowly but surely, the good, the bad, and the ugly are sifting their way into the light of day.---Everything modern is not good. This evolution of the Church has been going on since Vatican II. John Paul II was an aberration and now the "circus is back in town" with Francis. If JPII was indeed shot by evolutionary interests as was JFK, then it is not a leap to look at the death of JPI as intentional.

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  7. In his plan, the plan of Lucifer, he seeks to unite My Church with the world,

    NOVEMBER 6, 2017
    Bishop Robert J.McManus and Brother Thomas Augustine MICM,Superior,St.Benedict Center,Still River,MA, interpret Vatican Council II with the 'possibilites are exceptions' error
    http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2017/11/bishop-robert-jmcmanus-and-brother.html

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  8. Before we propose a Vatican II pope for canonization, we need to canonize Blessed Pius IX and Venerable Pius XII should also proceed.

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    1. It'll never EVER happen under the likes of a bergoglio. Expect Luther to be canonized before Pius XII (and I'm not even kidding).

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  9. I have listened to every interview of Fr. Martin probably 8 or 9 times over. I don't recall him ever saying the Russians killed JPI, please provide a link.

    The late Fr. Martin (RIP) did say that John I was likely or potentially murdered because he was going to roll back Vatican II reforms and roll some heads.

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    1. Wikipedia: Malachi Brendan Martin, Section on "Opinions": March '97---Radio Liberty, "Steel on Steel"---2 popes murdered during 20th century----Pius XI by Mussolini over 1931 encyclical attacking Fascism.---John Paul I detailed in "Vatican: A Novel---Crdl Villot, Secretary of State under Paul VI under orders from the USSR-----Within this context, it must also be mentioned the election twice of Giuseppe Cardinal Siri of Genoa in 1963 (John XXIII) and October 1978 (John Paul II). Siri was threatened with death as well as his family and abdicated upon election. In the second case, he received a written death threat. He did not have to accept and turned the office down on both occasions.

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    2. Matt 16:25

      Cowardice in a shepherd is a vile trait.

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  10. I wasn't aware there was a popular devotion to JPI

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  11. All of the Vatican II era popes will be canonized to legitimize that greatest mistake in the history of the Church. I wouldn't be surprised if Jorge Bergoglio canonizes himself before he's even gone. I know canonizations are infallible but that's only if the pope himself is legitimate. Does anyone really believe John XXIII, John Paul II, John Paul I and Paul VI will all have been legitimately canonized?

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    1. It's not a matter of 'legitimacy' of their canonization but the morality of it all. However, in my opinion, these canonizations are not the only ones in Church history that should escape scrutiny.

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    2. Faustina, JohnXXIII, Paul VI, JP2, Josemaria Escriva, etc, these sainthoods should all be reviewed thoroughly in the future.

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  12. If John Paul I was a trad going to clean stuff up, then he would not have taken the name of "John Paul," which were the two Popes that ushered in the garbage. Expect Paul VI "canonization" soon too I would bet.

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    1. " Expect Paul VI "canonization" soon too I would bet"

      God forbid. That will be a hallmark sign of the false church.

      http://www.padrepioandchiesaviva.com/Paul_VI_Beatified_.html

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  13. That's a decent reference JBQ, thanks. I never thought about or realized the Soviet Union angle on the JPI issue, I always thought it was Vatican Bank / black friars bridge stuff. I wish I had more time to study this part of history

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