Category Archives: Rome

Shaun Willcock’s regular analysis of news about Roman Catholicism.

Rome and the Reformed Institutions

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Three), PDF format

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Three)

Rome and the Reformed Institutions

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world.  Continue reading

Rome and the Lutheran Institution

The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (Part Two)

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part Two), PDF format

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

  The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world.  Continue reading

The Reformation’s Accomplishments and Errors, and the End of Its Protest

The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (Part One)

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation (Part One), PDF format

Shaun Willcock

The Historic Protestant Institutions’ Protest against Rome is Over

  The 31st October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. 

  On this day in 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a spiritual, political and social revolution which shook the world. Continue reading

Jesuits on the Big and Little Screens in 2017

Jesuits on the Big and Little Screens in 2017, PDF format

  With a Jesuit sitting in the seven-hilled city as Pope Francis I, and the Jesuit Order holding the Vatican in a grip of iron, the Order is on top of the world, riding a wave of global power and authority and enjoying celebrity status. 

  The pontificate of Francis I is the reign of Jesuitism. 

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Portugal’s Fires 2017: What the Pope Blesses, the Lord Curses

Portugal's Fires 2017 and the Papal Blessings, PDF format

“And now, O ye priests, this commandment is for you.  If ye will not hear, and if ye will not lay it to heart, to give glory unto my name, saith the Lord of hosts, I will even send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings: yea, I have cursed them already, because ye do not lay it to heart.” (Malachi 2:1,2)

  In the Scripture above, the Lord sent a curse upon the Jewish priests, and cursed their blessings.  For they were false priests.  This can mean He cursed what they had been blessed with; but also, that He cursed the blessings they pronounced on others.

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The Lying “Lady” of Fatima

The Lying Lady of Fatima, PDF format

Seers and Secrets, Deception and Delusion, and the Politics of Global Power

Shaun Willcock

  The famous apparitions of “Mary” at Fatima, a small town in northern Portugal, allegedly occurred on six occasions between May and October 1917, when “Mary” supposedly appeared to three child shepherds and entrusted them with three great messages (called “secrets”).  The children were Lucia dos Santos, and siblings Francisco and Jacinta Marto.  At the time when “Mary” supposedly appeared to them. Lucia was 10, Francisco 9, and Jacinta 7.  Lucia became a cloistered nun in later years, but Francisco and Jacinta died at a very young age.

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Another Mass Grave of Babies Who Died Under the “Tender” Care of Nuns

Another Mass Grave of Babies, PDF format

  It is like something out of the Dark Ages.  But it is unfolding right now in Ireland.

  Whenever Protestants spoke or wrote in the past about how babies were discarded by nuns into unmarked graves, Rome always dismissed such allegations as nothing but Protestant “Rome-bashing”.  But even today, evidence is surfacing that it really did happen – and not a few times, but multiplied hundreds of times.

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“Mystery Babylon” is Rome, Not Mecca!

by Shaun Willcock

Mystery Babylon is Rome Not Mecca, PDF format

  In my article, The “Islamic Antichrist” Deception,[1] exposing the Futurist theory that the Antichrist will be a man from the Muslim world, I stated that a prominent author promoting this error, who many consider to be a Bible teacher and “prophecy expert”, is Joel Richardson.  Well, in 2017 he brought out his latest book, Mystery Babylon, in which he went even further into error, not only continuing to push his “Islamic Antichrist” deception, but sharply criticising the truth regarding the Roman Catholic institution’s connections to ancient Babylon, and arrogantly mocking and belittling Alexander Hislop, the nineteenth-century author of The Two Babylons[2] (in which he proves that the Papal system is the true “Mystery Babylon” of the New Testament period); a man whose research so far exceeds that of Richardson as to make the latter appear to be a pygmy standing in the shadow of a giant.

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The New Jesuit General 2016

The New Jesuit General 2016, PDF format

ArturoSosaHis name is Arturo Sosa, and he was elected to be the new Superior General of the Jesuit Order.  As such, he is now the leader of the world’s Jesuits.  They met in Rome in October to elect him, after his predecessor, Adolfo Nicolas, resigned after reaching the age of 80.

  To most, one man replacing another as Jesuit general would mean little, if anything.  Just another election of a leader of a religious order within the Roman Catholic institution.  But to those who know the true history of the Jesuits, and their modus operandi, any election of a new Jesuit general is of immense importance.  And this becomes of incalculably more importance, when the pope of Rome himself is a member of the Jesuit Order!

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Almost 500 Years Later: Roman Catholics Join Lutherans in Commemorating the Reformation!

Almost 500 Years Later, PDF format

Roman Catholics Join Lutherans in Commemorating the Reformation!

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The Roman Papacy is Actually Joining with “Protestant” Institutions in Reformation Celebrations!

  In 1517, an obscure German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door of Wittenberg, Germany – and sparked a revolution that came to be known as the Protestant Reformation.  And the world was never the same again.  It was radically changed, and for the better.

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