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He will parrot Obamas 'unity in diversity' and heil the UN in with global order and currency.

won't happen

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The pre-curser antichrist Obama, the anti christ (the 12th Imam) and the antipope will fight on whose teleprompter and picture is honored more and whose picture is on the world coin currency.

which one is going to unite the world?






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Whether you're an atheist, Protestant, Roman Catholic, or Roman Catholic hater - this is some serious history that is about to go down in Rome.


It's historical in the sense that it has been centuries since this has occurred but the situation behind the resignation will not amount to much other than his failing health.






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but the situation behind the resignation will not amount to much other than his failing health.

it's just weird for 2 big reasons

1. in 2,000 years, i'm sure there have been plenty of popes with serious health issues who didn't resign. i mean their demographic is old men

2. isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?






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Depends, what is the definition of "unite?" Some think Obama has united the world with his arab spring of terrorists. So... the interpretation is unlimited in the masses of retards that will follow Obama the AC and AP.





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What are the odds for an American to sit upon the papal throne next month?



very very very slim

but dolan may have the best shot at it but that is still very slim. The College of Cardinals don't like the idea of an american pope I think they think it would make it look like we have to much power or something.






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it's just weird for 2 big reasons

1. in 2,000 years, i'm sure there have been plenty of popes with serious health issues who didn't resign. i mean their demographic is old men

2. isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?


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2. isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?


The pope is only infallible when he says he's in infallible and that very rarely happens. I don't think Benedict XVI, in his 7 1/2 years as pope, ever issued doctrines that were so important they were considered to be infallible.

And I think John Paul II only did it once or twice, if at all.







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isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?



no there is a specific process a pope has to go about to make an infallible statement, very few popes have used it, I think the last one was the statement on the immaculate conception or something to do with Mary I can't remember.

he will probably spend the rest of his life in a monastery or with his brother who is also retired. He will stay out of the spot light and be in a place where he can live in peace.






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It's historical in the sense that it has been centuries since this has occurred but the situation behind the resignation will not amount to much other than his failing health.


That's what I mean. It's been 598 years since the last resignation of a pontiff and that was for reasons other than health. They were very special circumstances.







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Some think Obama has united the world with his arab spring of terrorists.

a. he didn't unite anybody

b. that's 1 small area of the world. let me know when china and north korea are following the same international leader as 'murka






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2. isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?


Infallible does not mean impeccable. Infallable means ONLY when speaking from the "seat of Peter" on faith and morals. I may be wrong but I think the last infallible declaration from the see of Peter was the doctrine of the Assumption of Mary.






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2. isn't the pope supposed to be infallible? if so, does he remain that way after he resigns?



The pope is only infallible when he says he's in infallible and that very rarely happens. I don't think Benedict XVI, in his 7 1/2 years as pope, ever issued doctrines that were so important they were considered to be infallible.

And I think John Paul II only did it once or twice, if at all.



Also it only applies in matters of faith and usually within the confines of a synod, ala Vatican II or the Council of Trent






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I'm interested to see what the reaction of the Catholic Liberal groups will be like for the next couple of months. I'm sure they think its some coverup and they think they really caused the Pope to resign and then the college of cardinals choose some just as conservative Cardinal to become Pope, and they will be just as miserable as before.





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I think the last infallible declaration from the see of Peter was the doctrine of the Assumption of Mary.


yes that is it.






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He will most likely be dead by the end of March with not so much as a word until then. The new Pope will most likely come out go Africa or S. America, which have the fastest growing Catholic populations in the world, I believe.





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one other thing the next pope is supposed to be peter the 2nd

and after him end of the world






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Closest to an American Papal candidate you will get

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Marc Ouellet, PSS (born 8 June 1944, La Motte, Quebec) is a Canadian Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He is the present prefect of the Congregation for Bishops and concurrently president of the Pontifical Commission for Latin America since his appointment by Pope Benedict XVI on 30 June 2010. Previously, he was archbishop of Quebec, and thus primate of Canada. He was elevated to the cardinalate, by Pope John Paul II, on 21 October 2003.


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I'm interested to see what the reaction of the Catholic Liberal groups will be like for the next couple of months. I'm sure they think its some coverup and they think they really caused the Pope to resign and then the college of cardinals choose some just as conservative Cardinal to become Pope, and they will be just as miserable as before.




That's mean, I really don't mean to laugh.






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and after him end of the world

is this based on scripture or "prophecies" ?






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is this based on scripture or "prophecies" ?


Dan Brown.









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