Beloved Pope Benedict XVI passed away at the age of 95 on New Year’s Eve but left a warning behind. A book of essays penned by the Pope was published in the wake of his death but largely suppressed in the West, likely because it issues a grave warning regarding propaganda and woke ideology infiltrating the West. Benedict’s essays were written to warn people, and Catholics in particular, about a “radical manipulation of human beings” and “the distortion of the sexes by gender ideology.”

He noted that the cultural intolerance against Christianity exerts itself in a domineering fashion to exterminate faith by changing Christian beliefs. He said the way of thinking “has not yet turned into open persecution … it manifests itself in an increasingly authoritarian way with the aim of achieving, by appropriate legislation, the eradication of what is essentially Christian.”

The Pope specified that the collection of sixteen essays, containing four previously unpublished works, was only to be released after his death. Benedict dated a preface May 1, 2022, directing Elio Guerriero, his assistant that helped him put together the compilation when to release the works knowing they would create a stir,
“I do not want to publish anything else in my life. The fury of the circles opposed to me in Germany is so strong that the appearance of any word from me immediately provokes a murderous clamor on their part. I want to spare myself and Christendom this.”
This bombshell is notably missing from Western news outlets.
“Yesterday, an absolute bombshell was released, something completely unprecedented in the history of the Catholic Church. No English-speaking news outlets have discussed it, and I believe we are witnessing mass media censorship. Benedict XVI published a posthumous book.”

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The book also pushes back against ecumenical faith, which seeks to merge the Catholic Church with Isalm, and Protestantism moving closer to a one-world religion. Pope Benedict noted the difference between a Protestant and Catholic mass, saying they are radically different and not merely superficial. He likely suspected backlash over this viewpoint.

Benedict fought against pedophilia inside the Catholic Church in response to the numerous allegations of rape and molestation. He also warned against moral collapse; according to the Catholic Herald, his essays reiterated his view on homosexuality and pornography.

The Herald said:

 “His long-held concerns of flourishing gay subcultures operating in Catholic seminaries – especially those in North America – along with the acceptance of the use of pornography by some seminarians, rectors, and priests.

The vocational training of the next generation of priests is on the verge of “collapse,” he said in one essay.

“In several seminaries, homosexual clubs operate more or less openly,” Pope Benedict complained.”

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