Italian Report Claims Pope Benedict Never Abdicated to Pope Francis – In His Last Book Benedict Warned About the Attack on Christians

By Joe Hoft
Published February 12, 2023 at 7:30am

An interesting article out of Italy claims that Pope Benedict did not abdicate his title to the cardinals and was the true pope till his death.

The article translated from Italian says:

Let’s remember one of the last messages of Pope Ratzinger: “You can believe, or not believe; the answer is the in the Book of Jeremiah.” And in this book, ad vocem the word “sleep” comes out: “With poison I will prepare a drink for them, I will inebriate them so that they become stunned. They will fall asleep in a perpetual sleep and they will never wake up again.”

This is clear. After all, the Mordkomplott [murder plot] that came out providentially with Vatileaks, which Marco Lillo wrote about in Il Fatto Quotidiano, spoke precisely about a plan to kill Pope Benedict. If he had died, the conclave that would have followed his death would have been valid. But instead, Pope Benedict acted in such a way that anyone who would be elected after him would not be a true pope…

…In a previous article we demonstrated to you in a scientific and incontrovertible way how Pope Benedict XVI never abdicated and remained the only pope until the end of his life: he renounced the ministerium, the exercise of power, just as Benedict VIII did – exactly 1000 years earlier in 1013 – with the difference that Ratzinger did it in full power. This happened not by his own desire, but because of the fact that the cardinals, not having understood the Declaratio, convened another conclave behind his back, even though he had not abdicated. In this way they dethroned him and sent him into a “totally impeded see” (see canon 412). This is the only canonical situation, in fact, in which the pope may lose his ministerium while retaining his munus. In an impeded see, the pope remains pope and, if a new “pope” is elected, this man is an antipope.

Brietbart reported that Pope Benedict asked that his final book not be published until after his death.  Benedict was concerned whenever he dared to speak out.


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