According to many, the Malachi list, which contains the names of the future popes, ends with Pope Francis, who will be the last pope to go down in history.
St. Malachi went to Rome from Ireland in 1139 to recount his vision of the future and the end of the Chruch. He said he would have 112 popes at the Vatican before it all came to an end.
The 111th Pope is widely understood to have been Pope Benedict.
If the numbering is indeed credible, then the 112th pope is Pope Francis, who may bring the end of Europe and the Church, because many believe that he was put at the head of the Church in order to slowly eradicate Christian ideology.
As a false prophet, as the Bible writes, he embodies a kind of Antichrist thesis while betraying the people of Europe as the first pope of non-European origin.
According to Malachi, the 112nd Pope will come to the end of the world under the principality of the Church. In that order, Francis would be the last pope to be elected on March 13, 2013.
St. Malachi writes more about the last pope and writes on page 23 of the prophecies: “In persecutione extrema sacrae Romanae Ecclesiae siae sedebit Petrus Romanus, qui pascet oves inmultis tribulationibus; quibus transactis Civitas Septi collis diruetur, & Judex tremendus judicabit Populum.”
Which means: In the time of ultimate persecution, the Holy Roman Church will be ruled by Petrus Romanus, who will guide his flock among great sufferings.
Then the city of the seven hills will be destroyed, and the dreaded judge will judge his people.
Reading the lines of the dreadful prophecy, the first question may be what the current Pope from Argentina might have had to do with Rome before he was elected Head of the Church. Furthermore, the name of his birth name is not listed in Peter.
It is well known that Jorge Mario Bergoglio, former Archbishop of Buenos Aires, is the current Pope Francis.
He is the child of Italian parents who have emigrated to Argentina and his parents are from Rome.
That’s how the connection to Rome is possible. When the conclave chose him as pope, as a token of his respect for St. Francis of Assisi, he took the first name of the saint as the archdiocese.
One of the most remarkable figures in church history, who has recovered from his promiscuous, drink-drinking lifestyle, became the founder of the Franciscan order. Name of ‘civilian’: Francesco di Pietro di Bernardone, which includes the name Peter (Pietro).