POPE FRANCIS ON HOPE


POPE FRANCIS ON WEAPONS OF WAR, PEACE & AWAKENING


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Comment on youtube by ME & AWAKENED ONES:


His audience literally looks sick & about to throw up. Little boys live for their inventions of GENOCIDAL toys! They can’t accept love, tolerance & peace due to inflated egos & fear, yet they hypocritically tell their mothers & wives, sons & daughters , who’ve lost loved ones,  they are praying for NO MORE war, death, separation, peace & heaven on Earth. These sheeple are known as NARCISSISTS. An equal view of others is NOT in their vocabulary, as competition, hate & war is their existence. Narcissistic sheeple are the material Earth treasures builders, those who continue to defend the broken, unhealthy, unfair systems of religion, monetary & school systems which have been the majority of flesh warriors since Bab”EL”on (EL=fallen messengers/angels) & their minion legions scattered around the world. You must first know what the enemy is if you’re going to engage it in battle, and “HOPE” to win the war. The true treasure is knowledge, most powerful weapon is knowledge of heaven within healers. There are Warriors of light among you, becoming the majority as we work as ONE to awaken the masses with original truth. Are you listening, to Gods sons & daughters?



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However, as a novelty of this year’s papal birthday festivities, the Vatican has invited faithful from around the world to send their well-wishes to the pope through a special email address in different languages.

According to a December 13 communique from the Vatican, Francis will kick off his special day by offering Mass as usual. However, instead of the 7 a.m. celebration in the Saint Martha Guesthouse, he’ll hold Mass inside the Pauline Chapel of the Apostolic Palace with all of the resident cardinals in Rome

This is how Pope Francis will celebrate his 80th birthday

December 13, 2016

This is how Pope Francis will celebrate his 80th birthday

Pope Francis blows out candles on a cake for his 78th birthday in St. Peter’s Square during his Wednesday general audience on December 17, 2014. (Credit: L’Osservatore Romano.)

How will Pope Francis celebrate his 80th birthday on Saturday, December 17? Like many, working: offering Mass and meeting with various heads of State and members of the Roman Curia. However, as in the past, many will wish him a Happy Birthday and maybe even a cake.

– On Saturday, December 17, Pope Francis will celebrate his 80th birthday, which he will spend doing what he normally does: offering Mass and meeting with various heads of State and members of the Roman Curia.

However, as a novelty of this year’s papal birthday festivities, the Vatican has invited faithful from around the world to send their well-wishes to the pope through a special email address in different languages.

According to a December 13 communique from the Vatican, Francis will kick off his special day by offering Mass as usual. However, instead of the 7 a.m. celebration in the Saint Martha Guesthouse, he’ll hold Mass inside the Pauline Chapel of the Apostolic Palace with all of the resident cardinals in Rome.

The rest of the day’s business will proceed as usual, since Pope Francis has several meetings on his agenda.

Among those he’ll meet are Marie Louise Coleiro Prec, President of the Republic of Malta; Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, Bishop Vitus Hounder of Chur, Sweden and the Nomadelfia Community of Italy.

The Vatican is also promoting the Pope’s birthday on social media, encouraging users to take to their accounts with the hashtag: #Pontifex80.

For those who want to send Pope Francis a note, they can write to him at the following email addresses, divided by language:

Latin: Papafranciscus80@vatican.va
Italian: PapaFrancesco80@vatican.va
Spanish/Portuguese: PapaFrancisco80@vatican.va
English: PopeFrancis80@vatican.va
French: PapeFrancois80@vatican.va
German: PapstFranziskus80@vatican.va
Polish: PapiezFranciszek80@vatican.va

While the pope’s birthday this year might be a “normal” day on the job, he will likely be greeted by a chorus of “Happy Birthday” at some point, and could be given a cake, which has happened in previous years.

When he turned 78 in 2014, shouts of “Tanti auguri” – or, “Happy Birthday!” – filled St. Peter’s Square as Pope Francis circled around throngs of pilgrims on his popemobile during his weekly general audience.

He stopped to blow out candles on a giant cake given to him by a group of Legionaries of Christ seminarians. He also paused to take a sip of mate tea – a traditional South American drink popular in Argentina – offered to him by pilgrims.

As he turned 79, he was greeted a burst of “Happy Birthday” and the smell of birthday cake as a crowd of young people from the Italian lay movement ‘Azione Cattolica’ gathered to festively wish him a happy birthday.

Pope Francis to visit Fatima in May 2017

By Junno Arocho Esteves Catholic News Service

12.19.2016 9:05 AM ET

 

CNS photo/Paulo Chunho, EPA

A statue of Our Lady of Fatima is carried through a crowd May 13 at the Marian shrine of Fatima in central Portugal. Thousands of pilgrims arrived at the shrine to attend the 99th anniversary of the first apparition of Mary to three shepherd children. Lucia dos Santos and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, received the first of several visions May 13, 1917. (CNS photo/Paulo Chunho, EPA)

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  • VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican confirmed that Pope Francis will visit Portugal in 2017 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions of Fatima.

    The pope, who accepted the invitation made by President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and the bishops of Portugal, “will go on a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima from May 12-13,” the Vatican announced Dec. 17.

    The pilgrimage will mark the anniversary of the Marian apparitions, which first began on May 13, 1917, when three shepherd children reported seeing the Virgin Mary.

    The apparitions continued once a month until Oct. 13, 1917, and later were declared worthy of belief by the Catholic Church.

    Following the announcement, Father Carlos Cabecinhas, rector of the Fatima shrine told Agencia Ecclesia, the news agency of the Portuguese bishops’ conference, that the visit was a “cause for joy” for the shrine.

    “For the shrine of Fatima, it is a great joy to receive this confirmation of Pope Francis’ visit,” he said.

    “We know that those days will be a pilgrimage marked by this festivity that, on the one hand is for the centennial of the apparitions and, on the other hand, marks the presence of the pope in our midst and a pope as beloved as Pope Francis,” Father Cabecinhas said.

    While the Vatican confirmed the dates of the visit, the pope had already said that he intended to go.

    “Certainly, as things presently stand, I will go to Portugal, and only to Fatima,” he told journalists during his return flight to Rome from Azerbaijan Oct. 2.

    Pope Francis will be the fourth pontiff to visit the Marian shrine, following the footsteps of Blessed Paul VI, Saint John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI, who each paid homage different years to Mary on the anniversary of the first apparition May 13.

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    TRAIN RIDE (Tanya Michelle: Join Starseeds) 

    BRANCHES IN THE ORIGINAL MOST SACRED TEXT IS DEFINED AS “DAUGHTERS”) = TREE OF KNOWLEDGE 

    WE ARE ONE! UNIVERSAL, UNLIMITED, UNBOUND!


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