It’s all happening, folks.
When therefore you shall see the abomination of desolation, which was spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place: he that readeth let him understand. Matthew 24: 15
Here is the link to the original Spanish.
Here is the full algorithmic translation:
The Pope (sic) to the Synod Fathers: The police have found the “Pachamama statues” and they will be in St. Peter’s
| October 25, 2019
Diary of a synodal father
The Pope (sic) has apologized for what happened with the pagan images venerated in a church in Rome. But not for venerating them, or presiding rare rituals, no, but for the fact that some Catholics have entered the church to take the images and throw them into the Tiber.
It was this afternoon, at the beginning of the afternoon session in the synodal classroom, when in his speech Pope Francis (sic) apologized for what happened to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) images – which they took from the church of Santa Maria in Traspontina and threw into the Tiber river— and said the police found them and they are at the police station.
The Pope (sic) made a shocking announcement at the end of the session:
“On Sunday those images will be in St. Peter’s Basilica at the closing Mass of the Synod …“
LifeSite has video clandestinely taken today of Antipope Bergoglio calling the demon idols “Pachamamas”, so there is no more arguing that they are anything other than what they are. He also apologizes as “the Bishop of Rome”. This is LifeSite’s English translation of what Antipope Bergoglio says in this video:
Good afternoon, I would like to say a word about the pachamama statues that were removed from the Church at Traspontina, which were there without idolatrous intentions and were thrown into the Tiber.
First of all, this happened in Rome and, as bishop of the diocese, I ask pardon of the people who were offended by this act.
Then, I can inform you that the statues which created so much media clamor were found in the Tiber. The statues are not damaged.
The Commander of the Carabinieri [Italian police] wished to inform us of the retrieval before the news becomes public. At the moment the news is confidential, and the statues are being kept in the office of the Commander of the Italian Carabinieri.
The leadership of the Carabinieri will be very happy to follow any indication given on the method of making the news public, and regarding the other initiatives desired in its regard, for example, the commander said, “the display of the statues at the closing Mass of the Synod.” We’ll see.
I delegate the Secretary of State to respond to this.
This is good news, thank you.