I saw also the relationship between the two popes… I saw how baleful (evil; harmful) would be the consequences of this false church. I saw it increase in size; heretics of every kind came into the city (of Rome) Once more I saw the Church of Peter was undermined by a plan evolved by the secret sect (Masonry), while storms were damaging it. I saw an apparition of the Mother of God, and she said that the tribulation would be very great!!
Pope Francis described the migrant crisis in Europe as an ‘Arab invasion’
He insisted that the new arrivals will enhance Europe for the better
Europe will ‘go forward and find itself enhanced by the exchange among cultures’, he said
Pope Francis described the influx of migrants into Europe as an ‘Arab invasion’ before explaining that the new arrivals will enhance Europe for the better.
The pontiff was giving a speech to an audience of French Christians when he reflected on Europe’s history of migration and the positive impact it has had on its culture today.
He described the migrant crisis as ‘a social fact’ before explaining the change will help Europe in the future by making it more multi-cultural, according to Bloomberg.
Pope Francis referred to an ‘Arab invasion’ when he was recalling the moments of mass migration to Europe in history, according the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano.
‘Today we can talk about an Arab invasion. It is a social fact,’ he told his audience.
The pope went on to explain that the arrival of migrants, predominantly from Syria and Iraq, should be seen from a wider perspective in time and impact.
He insisted Europe will ‘go forward and find itself enhanced by the exchange among cultures.’
Speaking proudly of Europe, the Pope declared that the continent ‘can bring about a certain unity to the world.’ (?!!)
The news comes as Greek’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accused Austria and other Balkan countries of ‘ruining Europe!’
The number of Syrians seeking asylum doubled to 362,800 last year while the growing number of Iraqi nationals has now reached 121,500, the European Commission said today. The news comes as Greek’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accused Austria and other Balkan countries of ‘ruining Europe’ by imposing border restrictions.
The restrictions have been designed to try to slow the flow of migrants heading north from Greece.
Austria angered Greece by not inviting it to a meeting of Balkan leaders in Vienna last week to coordinate a slew of border restrictions.
‘The situation is difficult but not out of control,’ Tsipras said. ‘We have fulfilled more than 100 percent of our commitments, whereas others have not even fulfilled 10 percent and prefer to criticize us.’
Germany, which has taken in more than a million migrants in the past year, strongly backs mandatory migrant quotas for all EU member states, but some countries, especially in former communist eastern Europe, are opposed to them!