In realtà il motto era "De gloria divae", ma venne trascritto male e la lettera "d" divenne "ol", divenanto uno sbagliato "De gloria olivae".Actually, the motto was "De gloria divae", but was misspelled and the letter "d" became "ol", becoming a wrong "De gloria olivae".
Yes, JP, he is indeed the Glory of the Olive! I think we shall be amazed in the next few years what he shall accomplished. Deo Gratias ahead of time!
Don't forget: St. Benedict always believed that the "Glory of the Olive" would come from his order. So it is interesting to note the use of the name "Benedict."
I don't want to think of such things as true, since that means the Judge is soon coming. Selfish of me yes, but I'd like to become a priest before the end of the world!
May God bless our pope, the great, the good!
Aren't the St. Malachy prophecies fakes? Truly, I thought this had been established?Pope Benedict is certainly glorious either way!
Garret: "Aren't the St. Malachy prophecies fakes? Truly, I thought this had been established?"Quite the contrary!
I love your blog, dont miss a day. But I think we get into dangerous waters when we start even looking at the Propecies of St. Malachy. As Garrett said, they have been proven to be fake, filled in later on many years after the death of the great Saint. And when it boils down to it, doesnt it become a bit silly to assign credence to these prophecies? "No one knows the day, nor the hour, not even the angels in heaven nor the Son, but only the Father" Mark 13:32
It doesn't necessarily mean the judgement is soon coming the last part of the prophecy is not clear.