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  • 9 things you need to know about the prophecy of St. Malachy

    03/10/2013 10:28:55 AM PDT · by Salvation · 15 replies
    NathionalCatholicRegister.com ^ | February 24, 2013 | Jimmy Akin
    9 things you need to know about the prophecy of St. Malachy by Jimmy Akin Sunday, February 24, 2013 9:23 PM      Here are 9 things you need to know . . .  1. What is "the prophecy of the popes"? Click here for more on the "prophecy of the popes." 2. Who was St. Malachy? Click here for more on St. Malachy. 3. Why are people talking about the prophecy now?  4. Is this an approved private revelation?  5. What evidence is there concerning its authenticity?  6. How else can the reliability of the prophecy be evaluated?  7. What are...
  • Do the prophecies of St. Malachy suggest we are living in the end times?

    02/11/2013 9:47:24 AM PST · by Alex Murphy · 64 replies
    Catholic Answers ^ | Unknown | Catholic Answers Staff
    Full Question Someone in my parish told me about the prophesies of St. Malachy, which he claims, prove that we are nearing the end of times. What are these prophesies? Answer St. Malachy was an Irish bishop who lived in the 12th century. By far the more famous of his prophecies concerns the sequence of popes. The prophecy consist of 112 short Latin descriptions of future popes; the prophecies were discovered in 1590 and attributed to Malachy. Each description indicates one identifying trait for each future pope, beginning with Celestine II, who was elected in 1130. In some instances, the...
  • Saint Malachy, Prophecies about 112 popes until the end of the world, the last five Popes

    02/11/2013 8:06:08 AM PST · by Alex Murphy · 20 replies
    The Work Of God.org ^ | Unknown | Anonymous
    Saint Malachy  Prophecies about 112 popes until the end of the world. Note: The Church does not lean on private revelation for doctrinal matters, but it does not oppose to the faithful obtaining benefit from them so long as they don't go against our faith.   This analysis focuses on the last five Popes in the context of the prophecies of Saint Malachy. + + +   Saint Malachy was born in Amagh Ireland in 1094, he lived a religious life as a monk, then he was ordained priest and finally Bishop. He was canonized in 1199 by Pope Clement III....
  • 2012 Doomsday: It's not just Mayan claim

    07/22/2012 11:53:23 PM PDT · by Perseverando · 76 replies
    WND ^ | July 22, 2012 | Joe Kovacs
    Countless cultures predict end-time scenario this year An author investigating ancient prophecies is again sounding the alarm about numerous predictions suggesting 2012 could be the beginning of the “end of the age” spoken of in the Holy Bible. Last year, WND reported on Tom Horn’s efforts to let everyone to know calendars besides the ancient Mayan one predict the demise of human civilization in 2012, and he claims a demonic plot bringing about the end date could be hiding in plain sight inside the U.S. Capitol. He’s now continuing his effort to publicize the matter with speeches across the nation,...
  • Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes

    02/25/2005 9:17:07 PM PST · by Ryan Bailey · 84 replies · 68,361+ views
    Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes 1. The Burning Fire. PIUS X. 1903-1914. This Pope showed a burning passion for spiritual renewal in the Church. 2. Religion Laid Waste. BENEDICT XV. 1914-1922. During this Pope's reign saw Communism move into Russia where religious life was laid waste, and World War I with the death of millions of Christians who were carnage in Flanders Field and elsewhere. 3. Unshaken Faith. PIUS XI. 1922-1939. This Pope faced tremendous pressure from fascist and sinister powers in Germany and Italy, but he was an outspoken critic of Communism and Fascism which enraged Hitler....
  • Papal Prophecies - End of Days: Prophecies of SAINT MALACHY

    04/02/2005 9:21:05 PM PST · by Bob Evans · 53 replies · 10,502+ views
    SAINT MALACHY ^ | 4/2/05 | Bob Evans
    Papal Prophecies - End Days SAINT MALACHY He was also known as Maolmhaodhog ua Morgair; Maol Maedoc; and Malachy O'Morgair. Born -1094 at Armagh, Ireland. Died November 2, 1148 at Clairvaux Canonized - 1190 by Pope Clement III; first papal canonization of an Irish saint Malachy replaced the Celtic liturgy (the "Stowe" missal) with the Roman liturgy in an effort to bring uniformity and discipline to the clergy and those in religious life. A miracle worker and healer, he sometimes cured people instantly by laying his hands upon them. Friend of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux who helped him establish the...