MHFM: Since Antipope Francis really tried to consecrate Russia and he even invited all the ‘bishops’ of the Counter Church to do it (with Antipope Benedict XVI also participating), there’s really no excuse that those who think he’s the pope can make as to why it did not work. However, they will come up with something. It’s another proof that he’s not the pope and that we at Most Holy Family Monastery are and have been correct. In fact, over the past few years God has given the people in the Counter Church many OBVIOUS signals that Francis is an apostate antipope and that the Vatican II Sect is the end-times Counter Church. However, as a result of bad will many refuse to wake up and embrace the truth. Instead, they continue to listen to false teachers and remain in the Vatican II Sect. Francis’ failed attempt to consecrate Russia is just another huge signal that he has no authority. It’s another example of the shock, wonder, and confusion (Apoc. 17) that followers of the end-times Counter Church are prophesied to experience. See our video: Apocalypse Now In The Vatican.
It’s also more evidence that we are correct. Pius XII indeed consecrated Russia. See: The Whole Truth about the Consecration and Conversion of Russia and the Impostor Sr. Lucy
Many people who have problems with Vatican II, but wrongly think that the post-Vatican II claimants to the Papacy are true popes, also pinned basically all their hopes for a ‘restoration’ on the consecration of Russia. Their hope is in vain because they don’t understand that the consecration already happened, that it was requested within a specific context (see our article on it), and that the Vatican II Sect is the fulfillment of end-times prophecy and the definitive punishment upon mankind. The prophecies about the Antichrist, the Beast, etc. are being fulfilled and have been fulfilled by the Vatican II Sect.
Papal Coronation (“Thus Passes”)
MHFM: During the papal coronation ceremony from 1409 into the 20th century, the newly elected pope would receive a torch of burning flax. The Master of Ceremonies would say: “Pater Sancte, sic transit gloria mundi” (“Holy Father, thus passes the glory of the world”), as a warning against materialism, vainglory and the transitory nature of the things of the world.
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