Summary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
The indomitable Andrea Cionci, who reads German, has been plowing through the long biography of Pope Benedict XVI by Peter Seewald, who in 2016 published a book length interview with the Bavarian Pope.
And, while he has uncovered numerous instances where Pope Benedict XVI makes statements, which logically indicate that he knows that he is the one and only pope and asks the world to recognize that, there is none more explicit as his recent discovery, which I now quote:
Ecco, cosa abbiamo appena “visto” (finalmente) a pag. 23 di “Ultime conversazioni” di Peter Seewald (Garzanti), opera del 2016.
Domanda del giornalista tedesco: “Uno s’immagina che il papa, il vicario di Cristo sulla Terra, debba avere un rapporto particolarmente stretto, intimo, con il Signore”.
Risposta di papa Ratzinger: “Sì, dovrebbe essere così, e non è che IO abbia la sensazione che Lui sia lontano. Posso sempre parlargli nel mio intimo. Ma sono comunque una piccola, misera creatura che non sempre riesce ad arrivare fino a Lui”.
Which I render into English thus:
Behold what we have just glimpsed (finally) on p. 23 of the “Last Conversations” of Peter Seewald (Garzanti Publishers), printed in 2016:
The German journalist asks: “One imagines that the Pope, the Vicar of Christ on Earth, ought to have a particular and close relationship with the Lord”.
To which Pope Ratzinger replies: “Yes, it should be so, and it is not that I have the sensation that He is far away. I can always speak to him in my heart. But nevertheless I am a small, miserable creature who does not always arrive at Him“.
For the full article by Andrea Cionci, click on the image above.
For this testimony to be on page 23 of Seewald’s book, and yet ignored by all the Vatican press for 5 years, is incredible. It shows both how complete is the masonic plot against Christ and His Vicar, and how full of hatred these clergy and laity have for the Vicar of the Living God.
Let us pray for the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, especially as his 95 birthday draws close on Holy Saturday, April 16, of this year.