MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963:

Posted: October 21, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

Pope John XXIII wearing the striped papal fano...
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Cardinal Wojtyla (future Pope John Paul II) paid
his homage to newly elected Pope John Paul I.
UPDATING OF THE EXTRAORDINARY
PROPHETIC REVELATION OF THE
“LAST THREE POPES YET TO COME
AFTER JOHN XXIII, AND BEFORE THE
END OF THE TIMES” – ALSO, A PROPHETIC
ANNOUNCEMENT OF “THE COUNCIL,
THAT WILL KEEP GOING ON UP TO
ITS PERFECT CONCLUSION.”

On this Monday of Pentecost, at the moment when the bells of the village church were ringing announcing the death of Pope John XXIII, the Blessed Virgin confirmed interiorly to Conchita that “henceforth, there were only three Popes remaining before the end of the times.”

The death of the Bishop of Rome was to give rise to many stirs and, apparently, it even questioned the very future of the Council. But “it will go on and reach its normal and full conclusion,” Our Lady assured Conchita during that very locution.

The Blessed Virgin prophesied here (unless it was on December 20, 1962) that “one of these three last Popes would have a very short Pontificate.” No doubt, this was to be John Paul I, as revealed also to Blessed Padre Pio and to Sr. Lucia (of Fatima), among others . . .
[From ‘Garabandal’ Book, page 174]
I don’t remember much about Pope John XXIII, but I remember Paul VI. As a young motorcycle courier for a local TV station in New York, I stood next to Pope Paul VI and Cardinal Spellman on the steps of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan when the Pope visited New York in the 1960’s. I even went to the Mass he celebrated in Yankee stadium and received a holy card from the Mass. Guess what? I wasn’t a practicing Catholic at the time, but I must of received a special grace from being near the Holy Father, cause a few years later I converted and went back to church! What a miracle!
I remember the short reign of Pope John Paul I and also how happy we were when John Paul II was elected Pope in 1978!!! There was so much modernism running rampart through the Church at that time and we all felt sure that he would stop it!
Now we have Benedict XVI, and again we are hoping for a re-newal of the Church, especially the Liturgy! And if the prophecy is correct, all the events promised by Our Lady at Garabandal are supposed to happen during his reign. Time is getting short. It’s not the end of the world, just the “End of the times!”, as Our Lady said . . .
Deacon John

 

 

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