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The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
« on: July 10, 2019, 07:16:41 AM »
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    The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI


    byThe Editor


    I will summarize in this article the suppositions and analysis which the volunteers and members of Veri Catholici have worked out in recent days about what really went on in the Vatican in 2012 — 2013. I will do so in a Timeline, which makes understanding what was going on easier. This will be a recitation of facts, with an interpretation which explains them all elegantly.


    2012

    In March 2012 Pope Benedict XVI established a Commission of Cardinals to investigate leaks of reserved and confidential documents on television, in newspapers, and in other communications media (in what is known as the Vatileaks scandal). It first met on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. Cardinal Herranz served as the Chair, and was accompanied by Cardinals Jozef Tomko and Salvatore De Giorgi. (Wikipedia: Vatican Leaks Scandal)

    Fall

    Someone leaks the results of the Vatican Commission on Gays in the Vatican to Team Bergoglio, which in response begins feverish activity at Rome (Documented by Dr. Sire in the Book, The Dictator Pope). This activity aims for the forced abdication of Benedict.

    Early November: The Coup d’etat is hatched. Team Bergoglio demands the resignation of Pope Benedict to prevent the revelations of the Dossier to be presented by Vatican Commission on Gays in the Vatican. The contents of the dossier will implicate all the key members of Team Bergoglio and thus all force and expediency must be employed to stop its publication.

    The conspiracy includes not only Team Bergoglio, but all named in the Dossier, the names of whom are given to Team Bergoglio by someone working in the Commission.

    The terms of the Coup d’etat are as follows:


    Pope Benedict will resign


    Pope Benedict will not publish the contents of the Dossier


    Pope Benedict will continuously testify that he resigned willingly



    If Pope Benedict refuses, Team Bergoglio threatens the Pope with assassination, citing the published testimony of an Italian Journalist on Feb. 11, 2012 saying that the assassination will be within 1 year.  The date Feb 11, 2013 is chosen for the resignation to signal to the Lavender Mafia round the world, that the abdication has been forced precisely to defend their evil institution.

    Pope Benedict, taking counsel from no one, because he trusted no one, decides to go along but to leave tell tale signs for the Catholic world, so that any intelligent observer will discern what is going on. He extracts the condition of the promotion of his personal secretary to the position of the Pontifical Household, believing this will keep him safe and to signify that after his resignation, He is still the only one true Pope.

    Nov. 23:  James Michael Cardinal Harvey, who had been the Prefect of the Papal Household under Benedict is named Cardinal Priest of Saint Paul outside the Walls, in an apparent reward for his role in allowing Benedict to be betrayed in the Vatican Leaks scandal and to make way for Ganswein.

    Dec. 7:  Father Georg Gänswein, the private secretary of Pope Benedict from the time he was a Cardinal, is named Prefect of the Papal Household.

    December 17: The Pope received a report on “Vatican lobbies” prepared by Cardinals Julián Herranz, Salvatore De Giorgi, a former archbishop of Palermo, and Jozef Tomko. The same day, the Pope decided to resign. (Wikipedia: Vatican Leaks).  This decision is forced and is Benedict’s sign to Team Bergoglio that he has accepted the terms given in the Coup d’etat.

    2013

    January 6:  The Feast of the Epiphany. Father Gänswein is ordained Archbishop of Urbs Salvia. He becomes the only holder of the office of Prefect of the Papal Household to ever enjoy the dignity of an Archbishop. Another Papal sign that the renunciation would be invalid and that Benedict would retain the true dignity of Pope. The choice of the titular see, Urbs Salvia, which was a center of the Imperial Cult of Augustus, Pontifex Maximus, is another sign to the Catholic world that Benedict’s resignation would be invalid, as the Prefect will care for the Pontifex Maximus.  (That Bergoglio does not have an officer of the Papal Household caring for him is another sign he is not pope.)

    Feb. 11, 2013:  Pope Benedict XVI, his capacity as Bishop of Rome and Successor of Saint Peter renounces “the ministry which he received at the hands of the Cardinals” and calls for a Conclave to elect a new Supreme Pontiff.  The alternate use of titles Successor of Saint Peter for himself and Supreme Pontiff for the one who would follow him is another sign to the Catholic world of the coup d’etat and forced resignation. But in his act of resignation, in resigning the ministerium not the munus he makes his resignation canonically invalid and sends a BIG CANONICAL MESSAGE to the Church warning them of what is going on (cf. Canon 332 §2). He also includes several errors in Latin in the text as written and as spoken to show that he is being coerced and has not acted freely.

    Upon Benedict’s finishing the reading of Non Solum Propter, Cardinal Sodano, a chief conspirator in the Coup d’etat stands up and shouts out: This takes us as a surprise, like a  bolt of lightning from heaven. He then orders all in the Vatican to say nothing about what the Act of Pope Benedict means, because he notices that the renunciation is of ministerium, not munus, as agreed. Not wanting to show that he is a member of the coup, he refrains from saying Benedict resigns. He orders Father Lombardi to speak with Journalists and find one who thinks it means he abdicated. Having found Giovanna Chirri, Lombardi gives her to go ahead to spread the fake news, and after the journalists of the world (prepared by Team Bergoglio) make it a fact, the Vatican Press Office confirms the fake news in the afternoon. — This is the Marxist tactic of using hearsay to repress truth. This hearsay is now the unquestionable dogma of the Lavender Mafia world wide. The sign that priests, bishops and cardinals, as well as laymen, will not question it is a tangible proof of their adhesion to the coup d’etat or beguilement by it.

    Feb. 28: Pope Benedict, alarmed that no one has understood the signs he has given, gives his final address spelling out explicitly that he has resigned the active ministry, not the munus, in a last desperate attempt to stop the forced resignation. The lack of response from any Cardinals leads Benedict to believe that he has no friends among them and that they too are part of the Lavender Mafia. He flys to Castle Gandolfo where he hopes to be rescued by Catholic Forces who recognize his resignation is invalid.

    Feast of Saint Joseph, Protector of the Church: March 19: At the papal inauguration of Pope Francis, Cardinal Tomko, a member of the Commission on Gay activity in the Vatican, was one of the six cardinals who made the public act of obedience on behalf of the College of Cardinals to the new pope at his papal inauguration. (Wikipedia: Cardinal Tomko) —  In an act of obvious agreement to the coup d’etat. A sign, perhaps, that he was the one who leaked information of the investigation to Team Bergoglio in the late summer of 2012. — The date of March 19 was chosen to indicate to the Lavender Mafia that the coup had protected their evil institution.

    March 23:  Bergoglio warned that Benedict’s residence at Castel Gandolfo may be to escape the terms of the Coup d’etat, meets with him there and orders his return to the Vatican as a prisoner.

    2014

    June 12 : Bergoglio awards Cardinal Herranz for his silence by raising him from the dignity of a Cardinal Deacon to that of a Cardinal Priest. (Wikipedia: Cardinal Heranz).

    2016

    April: Pope Benedict approves the up and coming talk by Archbishop Gänswein at the Pontifical University of St Gregory the Great, in which the Archbishop affirms that Benedict retains the petrine munus and ministry, as another desperate attempt to get Catholics to study the timeline of events. Bergoglio responds with force and orders them both to silence on these matters.

    2019

    February to May:  Benedict having received a canonical brief demonstrating his renunciation was invalid as regards the petrine munus, tacitly accepts it to indicate canonically that he knows he is still the Pope, and politically, that he is under duress not to speak.

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    In fine: His Holiness Pope Benedict, XVI remains a prisoner in the Vatican waiting patiently that someone in the Catholic world will read this timeline and realize what it means.

    "I think that he [Pope Benedict] was pushed... he semi-resigned... he didn't completely resign, he semi-resigned... he made way for another pope to take his place... but he kept, nevertheless, the white habit, he kept various things of the Papacy." - Bishop Williamson

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #1 on: July 10, 2019, 07:25:15 AM »
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  • Veri Catholici

    The view that Pope Benedict XVI is still the pope but imprisoned is the only one which explains and is in accord with all the facts of history and canon law, and which thinks more highly of His Holiness than other theories, of error or malice, while thinking rightly of Bergoglio


    Veri Catholici

    Therefore, if you want to AVOID sins of injustice against the Pope, you can do no better than to sustain it. If a Cardinal or Bishop is asked, point out that if he rejects this as a possibility, then he himself is unjust and must prove his case.


    https://twitter.com/VeriCatholici/status/1148885160974327808
    "I think that he [Pope Benedict] was pushed... he semi-resigned... he didn't completely resign, he semi-resigned... he made way for another pope to take his place... but he kept, nevertheless, the white habit, he kept various things of the Papacy." - Bishop Williamson


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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #2 on: July 12, 2019, 12:42:24 PM »
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  • Benedict is the Holy Father (the Bishop dressed in white) who flees Rome in terror. He then dies in terrible conditions in a foreign country (Russia?).

    If this is to be so then it must be in the next 2 or 3 years since he is already old (92) and frail. That is why the coming recession must turn into a raging economic firestorm which precipitates a revolution in Rome. Otherwise all bets are off.

    Cannot conceive of Bergoglio as the Bishop dressed in white who leads the faithful to martyrdom in the Fatima vision. Simply ludicrous.

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #3 on: July 12, 2019, 06:36:09 PM »
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  • Cannot conceive of Bergoglio as the Bishop dressed in white who leads the faithful to martyrdom in the Fatima vision. Simply ludicrous.
    Yup. Just as ludicrous as believing Benedict would be the one to lead the faithful to martyrdom. The 3rd Secret released by the Vatican is a hoax.
    Humble thy spirit very much: for the vengeance on the flesh of the ungodly is fire and worms. - Ecclesiasticus 7:18

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #4 on: July 13, 2019, 04:30:41 AM »
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  • Wouldn't denying your own Papacy and paying homage to a false Pope be tantamount to apostasy?


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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #5 on: July 13, 2019, 06:57:39 AM »
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  • “Imprisonment”?

    More like a luxury vacation. 
    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #6 on: July 13, 2019, 03:58:18 PM »
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  • Benedict is the Holy Father (the Bishop dressed in white) who flees Rome in terror. He then dies in terrible conditions in a foreign country (Russia?).

    If this is to be so then it must be in the next 2 or 3 years since he is already old (92) and frail. That is why the coming recession must turn into a raging economic firestorm which precipitates a revolution in Rome. Otherwise all bets are off.

    Cannot conceive of Bergoglio as the Bishop dressed in white who leads the faithful to martyrdom in the Fatima vision. Simply ludicrous.
    It does not have to be in 2 to 3 years. You forget that people can live past 100, even if in a frail condition.
    Papa Benedicto said before his resignation that whomever thinks the Fatima message is finnished is deceiving himself. 
    Many people say "For the Honor and Glory of God!" but, what they should say is "For the Love, Glory and Honor of God". - Fr. Paul of Moll

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #7 on: July 13, 2019, 03:59:43 PM »
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  • Wouldn't denying your own Papacy and paying homage to a false Pope be tantamount to apostasy?
    Peter also ran away for fear of the wolves.
    "Pray for the Holy Father, for he has much to suffer".
    Many people say "For the Honor and Glory of God!" but, what they should say is "For the Love, Glory and Honor of God". - Fr. Paul of Moll


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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #8 on: July 13, 2019, 04:06:29 PM »
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  • instead of focusing on man, focus on Jesus.  

     
    To live with the Saints in Heaven is all bliss and glory....To live with the saints on Earth is just another story!  (unknown)

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #9 on: July 13, 2019, 08:33:33 PM »
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  • Peter also ran away for fear of the wolves.
    "Pray for the Holy Father, for he has much to suffer".
    St. Peter denied our Lord before he received the Papacy.
    Humble thy spirit very much: for the vengeance on the flesh of the ungodly is fire and worms. - Ecclesiasticus 7:18

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #10 on: July 14, 2019, 10:24:13 AM »
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  • St. Peter denied our Lord before he received the Papacy.
    Christ declared him the Rock before Peter denied Him thrice. 


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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #11 on: July 14, 2019, 11:07:02 AM »
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  • Christ declared him the Rock before Peter denied Him thrice.
    The Church was not born until Pentecost; therefore Peter was not Pope until then.
    "For there is not any thing secret that shall not be made manifest, nor hidden, that shall not be known and come abroad."- Luke 8:17

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #12 on: July 14, 2019, 11:30:18 AM »
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  • Cannot conceive of Bergoglio as the Bishop dressed in white who leads the faithful to martyrdom in the Fatima vision. Simply ludicrous.
    THIS.

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #13 on: July 14, 2019, 01:16:09 PM »
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  • Christ declared him the Rock before Peter denied Him thrice.
    Christ said “I will”. Denoting that St Peter would receive the keys in the future.
    And upon Simon Peter alone Jesus after His resurrection conferred the jurisdiction of the highest pastor and rector over his entire fold, saying: “Feed my lambs,” “Feed my sheep” [John 21:15 ff.].

    First Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution Pastor Aeternus, Ch. 1; Denz. 1822;
    Humble thy spirit very much: for the vengeance on the flesh of the ungodly is fire and worms. - Ecclesiasticus 7:18

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    Re: The Imprisonment of Pope Benedict XVI
    « Reply #14 on: July 15, 2019, 05:14:39 AM »
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  • Christ said “I will”. Denoting that St Peter would receive the keys in the future.
    And upon Simon Peter alone Jesus after His resurrection conferred the jurisdiction of the highest pastor and rector over his entire fold, saying: “Feed my lambs,” “Feed my sheep” [John 21:15 ff.].

    First Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution Pastor Aeternus, Ch. 1; Denz. 1822;
    Oh I see, thank you for the correction. 

     

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