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Ghana Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson?

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  • nathaniel x vance
     Dear Group, Notwithstanding the sickly state of the Catholic Church, is it possible that providence will intervene to cause the election of a Black/African
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 12 4:12 PM
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       Dear Group,
      Notwithstanding the sickly state of the Catholic Church, is it possible that providence will intervene to cause the election of a Black/African or an Asian Pope? 
      Ghana Cardinal Peter Kodwo AppiahTurkson?
      What if either is elected Pope, then what can our planet expect to follow afterwards on this day of the endtime??
      Thanks
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      Conclave 2013: Pope Election Begins
      VATICAN CITY, March 12 (Reuters) - Thick black smoke billowed from the Sistine Chapel's chimney on Tuesday, signalling an inconclusive first vote in the conclave to elect a new pope at a time of strife and scandal for the Roman Catholic Church.

      Thousands of faithful huddled in St. Peter's Square to watch the smoke pour out of the narrow flue in the rain-laden gloom following a day rich in ritual and pageantry.

      Earlier, after praying for divine guidance, the red-hatted cardinals took a solemn vow in Latin never to divulge any details of their deliberations. They then secluded themselves behind the chapel's heavy wooden doors.

      No conclave in the modern era has chosen a pope on its first day, and some cardinals speculated this week that it might take four or five days to pick the man to replace Pope Benedict, 85, who unexpectedly abdicated last month.
       
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      The wicked ENDTIME- NOT the RIGHTEOUS! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TheEndTime2012

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    • Sandy Nichols
      Nathaniel, I think Turkson has a good chance, and most people will probably say they did not see it coming if he is elected. Hopefuly the prophecy is wrong
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 12 5:31 PM
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        Nathaniel,

        I think Turkson has a good chance, and most people will probably say they did not see it coming if he is elected. Hopefuly the prophecy is wrong this time around....

        Now two other names being thrown around are the Brazilian guy whose name includes Pedro (Peter), and the Italian guy....whose name is not Peter, but he did have an older brother named Pietro (Peter) who out of memory for his brother could call himself Pope Peter....whatever.

        Sandy




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        Dear Group,
        Notwithstanding the sickly state of the Catholic Church, is it possible that providence will intervene to cause the election of a Black/African or an Asian Pope?
        Ghana Cardinal Peter Kodwo AppiahTurkson?
        What if either is elected Pope, then what can our planet expect to follow afterwards on this day of the endtime??
        Thanks
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        Conclave 2013: Pope Election Begins
        VATICAN CITY, March 12 (Reuters) - Thick black smoke billowed from the Sistine Chapel's chimney on Tuesday, signalling an inconclusive first vote in the conclave to elect a new pope at a time of strife and scandal for the Roman Catholic Church.

        Thousands of faithful huddled in St. Peter's Square to watch the smoke pour out of the narrow flue in the rain-laden gloom following a day rich in ritual and pageantry.

        Earlier, after praying for divine guidance, the red-hatted cardinals took a solemn vow in Latin never to divulge any details of their deliberations. They then secluded themselves behind the chapel's heavy wooden doors.

        No conclave in the modern era has chosen a pope on its first day, and some cardinals speculated this week that it might take four or five days to pick the man to replace Pope Benedict, 85, who unexpectedly abdicated last month.

        <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/12/cardinals-conclave_n_2858628.html?utm_hp_ref=daily-brief?utm_source=DailyBrief&utm_campaign=031213&utm_medium=email&utm_content=NewsEntry&utm_term=Daily%20Brief>

        The wicked ENDTIME- NOT the RIGHTEOUS! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TheEndTime2012

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