Newsmax reporter John Gizzi is claiming that the Vatican is prepping for Conclave as the “Pope is dying.”

In the past few days, I have spoken to the secretary of one of the most powerful Vatican Cardinals. He shared with me some important revelations for Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

First, he said plainly, “Pope Francis is dying.”

Pope Francis is only ten days away from his 85th birthday.

The outspoken Pope Francis, who advocates for fighting man-made global climate change and rails against capitalism and free-market societies, is one of the most unpopular leaders of the Catholic Church in modern history. Pope Francis was elected by the College of Cardinals in 2013 after Pope Benedict XVI made the highly unusual decision to retire from his role as pope, citing health concerns. Almost eight years later, the 94-year-old Pope Benedict XVI is still alive.


On October 29, 2021, America’s most pro-abortion Catholic “President” Joe Biden met with the head of the Catholic church at the Vatican, where protests against mandated vaccines raged outside the massive walls surrounding the most protected property in Europe.

The irony of the pro-COVID vaccine pope meeting with the pro-abortion “president” Joe Biden was thick.

The Catholic church, of which I am a member, claims to put life first. Yet, our pope seems to have slightly different priorities, like open borders, a push for vaccines made from aborted babies, and the radical “green” agenda, which, of course, is a religion unto itself that purports that man, and not God, controls the world’s climate.

It’s no wonder that Joe Biden came away from his visit telling the media that Pope Francis told him he’s a “good Catholic” and he should keep receiving communion. Biden also revealed that the topic of abortion never came up in the 75-minutes they spent together behind the closed doors at the Vatican. He also never mentioned the pope’s feelings on Joe Biden opening up our southern border to the world.

Less than 5 weeks after visiting with Pope Francis, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced that Joe Biden strongly supports a bill in Congress to overturn every single pro-life law in America and allow abortions up to birth.

Life News, a pro-life publication tweeted: “So much for being a ‘faithful Catholic.'”

Daily Mail reported on Biden’s recent visit with Pope Francis – ‘We just talked about the fact he was happy that I was a good Catholic and I should keep receiving communion,’ Biden said after the meeting.

Biden, the nation’s second “Catholic” president, met with the pontiff amid pressure from conservative Catholics in the United States about his abortion stance.

The U.S. Conference of Bishops is weighing whether to admonish Catholic politicians like Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who support a woman’s right to an abortion – which Catholics consider a sin – yet also take Holy Communion at mass.

Biden said he did not take communion Friday. Asked whether he and Pope Francis discussed the U.S. Conference of Bishops, the president replied that’s a ‘private conversation.’

He said they talked about climate change, including the “need” and “moral responsibility” to deal with it during their meeting.

Biden’s time with the pope on Friday was longer than either of his two predecessors got with the pontiff.

Biden, the nation’s second Catholic president, was scheduled to be with the Pontiff for only an hour but received extra time. In 2017, Francis met then-President DonaldTrump for 30 minutes and, in 2014, Francis met with then-President for 52 minutes. Biden’s meeting with Pope John Paul, in 1980, in contrast, was only 45 minutes.

The meeting was ‘wonderful,’ Biden told reporters afterward.

It’s worth noting that Pope Francis never disputed Joe Biden’s claim that he told him he is a “good Catholic.”


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