Pope Writes 16 Essays to be Released Only After His Death


The late Catholic Pope Benedict XVI, who passed away at the age of 95 on New Year’s Eve left a warning note before his death.

A collection of essays written by the Pope himself was published in the wake of his death but was suppressed in the West, most likely because the essays contained grave warnings regarding propaganda and woke ideology infiltrating the West.

Late Pope Benedict’s essays were written to warn people, especially Catholics, about a radical manipulation of human beings and the distortion of the sexes by gender ideology, which we are seeing in the world of today. The Pope further instructed that the collection of sixteen essays, containing four previously unpublished works, was only to be released after his death.

The publication also warned against ecumenical faith, which seeks to merge the Catholic Church with Islam, and Protestantism moving closer to a one-world religion. According to witnesses, Pope Benedict fought against pedophilia inside the Catholic Church in response to the numerous allegations of rape and molestation.

He also warned against collapse of morality and humanity. According to the Catholic Herald, his essays reiterated his view on homosexuality and pornography.

Little wonder why the publication wasn’t noised abroad but suppressed in the west. The late Pope obviously knew what was cooking.

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