Pope Francis confirmed head of Marian death cult

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Pope Francis continued a tradition of venerating a statue of the “Blessed Mother” in Rome.

Under his visit to Brazil, the Pope carried the black Brazilian version of The Queen of heaven. Under his visit to Brazil, the Pope carried the black Brazilian version of The Queen of heaven.

The statue, located in the famed Piazza di Spagna, was consecrated in 1857, several years after the adoption of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. Tens of thousands of faithful gathered for the celebration.

Prior to the recitation of a Marian prayer by the Holy Father, a reading from the book of Revelation was read, which describes the Virgin Mary as “a woman clothed with the sun with the moon beneath her feet and around her head a crown of twelve stars.”

“Holy and Immaculate Virgin, to You, the honor of our people and caring guardian of our city, we turn with confidence and love,” the Holy Father said beginning his prayer.

The Pope kisses an idol of stone wood. The Pope kisses an idol of…

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2 comments on “Pope Francis confirmed head of Marian death cult

  1. Scarlett says:

    How can anyone be that deceived? Or is he just deliberately lying?

    • Linda says:

      Scarlett, you asked how anyone could be that deceived….having
      grown up in the catholic church, I know about deceit because
      almost everything they believe is unbiblical. I was there for over
      20 years and went to church every single week and catechism
      for 12 years. I was sprinkled as an infant, confirmed and took
      part in youth group for all of my young life. I never ONCE heard
      about being “born-again” and I remember being about 12 years
      old convinced that if I died I would go to heaven simply because
      I was catholic and lived in America. I wore a brown scapula which
      had these words inscribed on it: “IF ANYONE DIES WEARING THIS
      SCAPULA, THEY WILL BE GUARANTEED A PLACE IN HEAVEN”
      Talk about being deceived!!!! They are told about a (fictional) place
      called “purgatory” and told that if someone they love dies they can
      light candles on the altar in order for that person to be released from
      purgatory after a certain amount of time and sent to heaven instead.
      I don’t know if you were raised catholic or not, but I was and I can
      tell you about 80% of what they believe is man-made and totally
      unbiblical. If someone you love is still in the catholic church, if they
      have made Jesus Christ their Lord and Savior (the ONLY way to
      heaven of course), they will still be saved, but the fact that they are
      still in a church that is not right, may stunt their spiritual growth.
      I am currently praying for loved ones to come to the saving knowledge
      of the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Many are still attending
      catholic churches, although several are not. It seems many of the
      catholic churches are making an idol out of a human being, the Pope.
      He is NOT infallible, he is a human being….If he doesn’t know
      Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior, he too will not make
      heaven. It’s time for the truth to be told…we are so concerned about
      not offending our “catholic brothers and sisters” that we don’t tell
      the truth…we allow them to believe their religion is just another
      approach to God, when God Himself says there is no other mediator
      between Himself and man….Jesus ALONE is the way, the truth and
      the life. If we really love someone we will tell them the truth that leads
      to life and quit giving them a false sense of security. I respect that Mary
      was the mother of Jesus, blessed, chosen and highly favored. But to
      worship her on the same level as Jesus is a sin and an abomination.
      If you don’t believe me, look up “catholism exposed” on your computer.

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