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All the World Wonders After the Beast


"I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast."  --  Revelation 13:3.


The prophecy of Revelation 13 states that the entire world will wonder after the beast power. We can see the fulfilment of this prophecy in the events around the world involving the papacy. Nations who were once opposed to the  Roman Catholic Church (the Beast) are strengthening ties with her. This Scripture does not say Russia wondered after the beast. It does not say that China wondered after the beast. It does not say that all nations except Australia wondered after the beast. It says ALL the world wondered after the beast. ALL means every bit of it!  Watch as the Bible prophecy unfolds before our very eyes!

  • Africa, Uganda and the Central African Republic Wonder After...  -- December 5, 2015
  • Pope Francis visited three nations in Africa in late November, Kenya, Uganda and the war-torn Central African Republic (CAR). He had been invited by the heads of state and the local bishops in each of the three countries. In Kenya, the pope spoke of traditional values and urged young people to shape the future society on inclusiveness and respect for human dignity. He also urged Kenyans to work for peace, especially between Muslims and Christians. Read More > >

Pope Francis will make an Apostolic Visit to Sarrajevo in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 6, 2015. During his packed schedule he will visit the President of the Republic at the Presidential Palace, address authorities, conduct a mass in the stadium in Koševo, have lunch with the country’s bishops, meet with priests, nuns and seminarians, conduct an ecumenical and interreligious meeting and meet with young people at the “John Paul II” Diocesan Youth Center.  Read More >>

Pope Francis met with Ilham Aliyev, the President of Azerbaijan and his wife in the Vatican. They discussed the Catholic Community in the country of Azerbaijan and initiatives for inter-religious and intercultural dialogue. They also discussed the nation’s regional and international situation with stress on “negotiation” as a means of “conflict resolution.”  Read More >>

Pope Francis recently traveled to Strasbourg to address the European Parliament. The European Union is a pet project of the Papacy. Calling for “a return to the convictions of the founders of the European Union,” the pope warned that Europe is seen as a “somewhat elderly and haggard” grandmother who is “no longer fertile and vibrant,” saying it risked “slowly losing its own soul.” Read More >>

Pope Francis met with Israeli President Shimon Peres who warned him that “the Middle East is ‘disintegrating’ and that the pontiff ‘has an important role’ to play in bringing peace to the region and the world.” Peres told the Pope that the Middle East is in severe lack of employment, of food and water and that it is in an “existential danger” of “violence and terror… as dangerous weapons fall into the hands of extremists.”  Read More >>

Pope Francis received Andry Nirina Rajoelina, president of the High Transitional Authority of Madagascar in audience at the Vatican. The president also met with Archbishop Dominique Mamberti, Secretary for Relations with States. The cordial talks, focused on the good relations that exist between the Holy See and Madagascar. The pope and president also spoke on Madagascar’s efforts for stability and democracy, economic development and reconstruction of international relations . . .  Read More >>

Ban Ki-moon wonders after…   ---  April 21, 2013

The United Nations General Secretary, Ban Ki-moon was received in audience by Pope Francis I in the Apostolic Palace, in which they discussed their common purposes in the society of nations. Ban also met with the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tercisio Bertone and Archbishop Anoine Camilleri, Under-Secretary for Relations with States. The meeting was used to express the appreciation of the Holy See for the work that the UN does in preserving peace in the world (which is debatable), and the promotion of the common good, and . . . Read More >> 

Pope Benedict XVI received in audience Prince Albert II of Monaco along with his wife, Princess Charlene. They also discussed the “meaningful contribution of the Catholic Church to the principality of Monaco’s social life and international interests with Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone and Archbishop Dominique Mamberti.  Read More >>

INTERPOL is the acronym for the International Criminal Police Organisation, an intergovernmental police organization, facilitating international police cooperation. On Monday, November 5, 2012 during their eighty-first session of their general assembly held in Rome, the Vatican Secretary for Relations with States Archbishop Dominique Mamberti was invited to address the assembly. . .   Read More >>

Pope Benedict XVI and the prime minister of Croatia, Zoran Milanovic met at the Vatican on October 29, 2012. The prime minister also met with the Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone and Archbishop Dominiqe Mamberti, the Vatican Secretary for Relations with States. The meeting was held on the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Vatican and Croatia, . . .   Read More >>

Demetris Christofias, President of Cyprus and Pope Benedict XVImet at the Vatican Apostolic Palace. The visit, according to a Vatican communiqué, said that the two men cordially discussed the good relations between the Vatican and Cyprus. They also discussed respect for human rights and the right to freedom of religion. . .   Read More >>

Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis visited Benedict XVI at the Vatican, and then as usual for world leaders, he visited Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, Papal secretary of State, and Archbishop Dominique Mamberti the Vatican’s secretary for Relations with States. The discussions centered on the good relations between the Vatican and the Latvian state, the church’s contribution to . . .   Read More >>

“Benedict XVIand the president of Albania discussed Saturday the nation’s path to full integration in the European Union, as Bamir Topi visited the Pontiff at the Vatican.” By discussing this issue with the pope, the Albanian president tacitly acknowledges that the pope has authority in terms of Europe’s future. Europe is in the process of resurrecting the Holy Roman Empire, in which the Catholic . . .   Read More >>

The papal state visit to Germany highlighted the papal relationship with Germany. Benedict XVI spoke to the Bundestag, the German Parliament, had private meetings with Christian Wulff, President of Germany, Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, and made stops in Erfurt and Freiburg, and he held a mass in Berlin for 70,000 people. . .   Read More >>

The people of Guanajuato, Mexico were so excited about a visit of Pope Benedict XVI to their town that they presented him with a set of symbolic keys to city. Mayor Edgar Castro Cerrillo said the people hoped that the Pope would . . .   Read More >>

On March 23, U.S. President Barack Obama lit a candle at the tomb of Roman Catholic Archbishop Romero in San Salvador, El Salvador. The reigning archbishop, José Luis Escobar Alas, called the visit a “global event” that could improve the image of the slain Archbishop Romero worldwide. The Salvadorian President Mauricio Funes was also at the event in the Metropolitan Cathedral. . .   Read More >>

Benedict XVImet with Michel Suleiman, president of Lebanon in late February. As usual, the Lebanese president met with Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Pontiff’s secretary of state, and Archbishop Dominique Mamberti, secretary for relations with states. The discussions highlighted the role of Lebanon, which tolerates a coexistence of a mix of religious cultures including . . .   Read More >>

“Pope Benedict XVIand Russian President Dmitry Medvedev spent more than half an hour speaking privately during what the pope termed ‘a very important meeting.’” This was the first time a Russian leader had visited the Vatican since full diplomatic relations had been established between Russian and the Papacy in 2009 . . .   Read More >>