Monday, 2 December 2019


ROME: V.C. News - The Pope said "the changes of seasons and climates warn us" and that "before long we may look" for other signs in the "sun and moon and stars."

In his First Homily on the Gospels as recorded in Matins of the First Sunday of Advent, Pope St. Gregory the Great (540 - 604) has confirmed "climate change" undoubtedly understanding that the climate in fact, does change, and then changes again.

Interviewed about Pope Gregory's comment and the obvious conclusion that the climate is always changing, George Soros' dupe, Greta Thunberg, said that "the climate crisis is not just about the environment. It is a crisis of human rights, of justice, and of political will." With Soros looking on approvingly, Thunberg then confessed to being a communist stating that, "Colonial, racist, and patriarchal systems of oppression have created and fueled it. We need to dismantle them all."

Homily by Pope St. Gregory the Great,
1st on the Gospels

Our Lord and Saviour wisheth to find us ready at His second coming. Therefore He telleth us what will be the evils of the world as it groweth old, that He may wean our hearts from worldly affections. Here we read what great convulsions will go before the end, that, if we will not fear God in our prosperity, we may at least be scourged into fearing His judgment when it is at hand.

Immediately before the passage which hath just been read from the Gospel, are found the following words of our Lord, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and pestilences and famines. Then, after a few more verses, cometh today's Gospel. There shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring. Now some of these things are come to pass already, and we fear the others are not far off.

In these our days we see nation rise against nation, and their distress over all the earth, more than we read in books hath ever come to pass of old time. Ye know also how often we hear of earthquakes overwhelming countless cities in other parts of the world. As for pestilences, we suffer from them ourselves, with hardly any intermission. As yet we do not see signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; but the changes of seasons and climates warn us that we may look for these also before long.


peasant said...

As yet we do not see signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars;

At the time of Pope St. Gregory the Great this was true, however the Revelation 12 sign occurred over Jerusalem in 2017 when Jupiter known in biblical times as the King planet was 'born' of the virgin (constellation Virgo) after spending 9 months therein.
All true prophecy eventually is fulfilled. These and others are being fulfilled in our own day in the sight of those who have eyes to see. Pope St.Gregory the Great did not deny prophecy concerning celestial events but merely stated the truth at the time of the stating. Time continues, future events foretold become todays news. Wake up and pay attention.
Be not like the priests at the temple when Our Lord was presented on His fortieth day who read everything, studied everything and being without wisdom they knew nothing. Watch therefore for the laity at the doors of the temple (churches) who give true witness and testimony.

Anonymous said...

All this talk of climate change coming from the Vatican is strange, its as if they now believe humans can alter or change climate,it times past Pope's led prayers of reparation, national disasters, wars, and pestilence been seen as punishment for sin. The Lord commands the wind and the waves, Nature obeys God. Only those who don't believe in God, or think they are God believe they can control climate.

jim norwood said...

Someone needs to point out this article to the Pope.

JayJay said...

Thanks VOX, yes. Say, do you have a direct email to ZhorzhAY? I would like to tell him personally that he's full of s*** on a multitude of levels. Oh, and I would promise not to use asterisks.
Best always!

Johnno said...

When the seasons and climate rapidly changes, it will be of the apocalyptic kind as seen in ages before and in the days of Noah. It won't be the pussycat kind of hurricanes, floods and tornados you're seeing now, which by the way have nothing to do with human activity. Humans can at worst destroy ecosystems and poison the air they breathe. That's chump pickings compared to what God will do and has done. When it happens you'll know that there is something seriously off and it doesn't have anything to do with any coal plants.