The Vatican Covid-19 Commission today, in a virtual press conference, highlighted the “interconnected” nature of the many challenges caused by the new coronavirus pandemic, including the problems related to the economy, employment, health care and protection of the environment. The task force was set up by Pope Francis to address the grave humanitarian crisis caused by the current pandemic and to influence the formation of the new post-pandemic world order. by Geoffrey GriderMay 17, 2020
Pope Francis recalls the centenary of the birth of Saint Pope John Paul II and prays that he may intercede for the People of God and for peace in the world.
For a man who is 83 years old, he sure gets a lot done, and as you will see today he seems to have power that is other worldly. First thing I want to draw your attention to is the Vatican COVID-19 Commission that Pope Francis created around Easter time, something that flew under the end times radar of most people. I was not aware of it until NTEB’ers Pam and Lori M. brought these events to my attention. You will be delighted to learn that the Vatican COVID-19 Commission was assembled to control the ‘post-pandemic world order’, their words not mine. I think you can see where all this is leading. And as the old television commercial from the 1970’s goes, “but wait, there’s more!”.
“For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled. And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.” Revelation 17:17,18 (KJB)
Not only that, but tomorrow to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Pope John Paul II, Pope Francis will perform a special mass where he will channel the spirit of of ‘Saint’ John Paul and pray to him to intercede and bring about world peace. When I was a lost man, and involved in the New Age Movement, we called this necromancy, that’s what Pope Francis will do tomorrow, and the demons on the other end will be only too happy to fulfill his request to make contact. Of course, if we could really hear from Pope John Paul II, what he would actually being saying might be something like this:
“And he cried and said, Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus, that he may dip the tip of his finger in water, and cool my tongue; for I am tormented in this flame. But Abraham said, Son, remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and likewise Lazarus evil things: but now he is comforted, and thou art tormented.” Luke 16:25,26 (KJB)Vatican task force says millions risk hunger problems during pandemic; calls for “creative solidarity” to solve global problems
FROM AMERICA MAGAZINE: The Vatican Covid-19 Commission today, in a virtual press conference, highlighted the “interconnected” nature of the many challenges caused by the new coronavirus pandemic, including the problems related to the economy, employment, health care and protection of the environment. The task force was set up by Pope Francis to address the grave humanitarian crisis caused by the current pandemic and to influence the formation of the new post-pandemic world order.
The commission said these problems demand solutions through “creative solidarity,” and failure to address them in this way risks them recurring. It also called attention to the fact that hundreds of millions of people, especially in Africa and Asia, lack food or risk hunger because of the lockdown of two thirds of humanity in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cardinal Peter Turkson, the Ghanaian-born head of the task force and prefect of the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development, said that in one of the task force’s recent meetings with Pope Francis, “he asked us to ‘prepare the future’ not ‘prepare for the future,’ that is prepare and anticipate it.” The cardinal explained how the task force works through its five commissions, and how it engages with the different offices of the Roman Curia, the local churches and Caritas Internationalis, as it seeks to give its input at the local and international levels. READ MORE
Pope Francis: ‘May St. John Paul II intercede for peace in the world’
FROM VATICAN NEWS: “Tomorrow will be the centenary of the birth of Saint John Paul II, in Wadowice, Poland,” said Pope Francis on Sunday speaking after the Regina Caeli prayer, and he invited Christians to remember him “with great affection and gratitude.”
Addressing the faithful linked via live-streaming to the Apostolic Library where he prayed the Regina Caeli, the Pope said that on Monday morning, at 7 o’clock, he will celebrate Holy Mass, which will be broadcast in World Vision, from the altar where the Saint’s mortal remains lie in rest.
“FROM HEAVEN MAY HE CONTINUE TO INTERCEDE FOR THE PEOPLE OF GOD AND PEACE IN THE WORLD,” HE SAID.