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Benedict XVI Answers Question If He Is Last Pope According to Malachia: "Everything can be"

In the interview book "Last Testament" (2017) Benedict XVI is asked by Peter Seewald about the Malachia prophecies, a list allegedly written in the Middle Ages containing all future popes until the end of the world.

Seewald asked Benedict if it could be that he might be the last of a series of popes as they have been known up to now. Benedict replied:

"Everything can be. This prophecy originated probably in the circles around Philip Neri. He wanted to show a list containing an endlessly long line of future popes to the Protestants who were saying that the papacy is at an end: No, this is not the end. But one doesn't have to conclude from this that the papacy really ends with the list. The list was still not long enough."

Claudius Cartapus
I expect to see him… after Francis… Card. Pietro (Petrus Romanus) Parolin, secretary of state of Vatican. Wikipedia. At this actual position, he could get the job of pope without conclave if the conclave would be impossible for major Reason, war or other. I think that Benedict XVI will see that, Petrus Parolin at the head of a 'new church' well described by Anna-Catherine Emmerich. The …More
I expect to see him… after Francis… Card. Pietro (Petrus Romanus) Parolin, secretary of state of Vatican. Wikipedia. At this actual position, he could get the job of pope without conclave if the conclave would be impossible for major Reason, war or other. I think that Benedict XVI will see that, Petrus Parolin at the head of a 'new church' well described by Anna-Catherine Emmerich. The persecution from the 'new church' against the other one, the real Catholic Church of Benedict XVI. Look the prophecy of the Two Popes - One Peter 5
Claudius Cartapus
At the end of the tribulation, happens the great tribulation on the world, (Rome will be destroyed), the great earth quakes and giant tidal waves around the world..., but not the end of the world, only the end of times.
GChevalier
Benoît XVI répond à la question de savoir s'il est le dernier pape selon Malachie : « Tout peut être ».
catholique.forumactif.com/t644-news-au-8-janvier-2020
Dans le livre d'entretiens "Last Testament" (2017), Benoît XVI est interrogé par Peter Seewald sur les prophéties de Malachie, une liste prétendument écrite au Moyen-Age contenant tous les futurs papes jusqu'à la fin du monde.

Seewald …More
Benoît XVI répond à la question de savoir s'il est le dernier pape selon Malachie : « Tout peut être ».
catholique.forumactif.com/t644-news-au-8-janvier-2020
Dans le livre d'entretiens "Last Testament" (2017), Benoît XVI est interrogé par Peter Seewald sur les prophéties de Malachie, une liste prétendument écrite au Moyen-Age contenant tous les futurs papes jusqu'à la fin du monde.

Seewald demande à Benoît s'il se pourrait qu'il soit le dernier d'une série de papes tels qu'ils ont été connus jusqu'à présent. Benoît répondit :

« Tout peut être. Cette prophétie a probablement pris naissance dans les cercles autour de Philippe Néri. Il voulait montrer une liste contenant une longue série de futurs papes aux protestants qui disaient que la papauté était finie : Non, ce n'est pas la fin. Mais on n'a pas besoin d'en conclure que la papauté se termine vraiment avec la liste. La liste n'était pas encore assez longue. »

[St Philippe Néri n'a absolument rien à voir là-dedans. Maintenant, clarifions :

1- Tant que la soi-disant prophétie n'était pas arrivée au bout, beaucoup de saints personnages, comme Cornelius a Lapide par exemple, s'y sont intéressés, et il n'y a rien de répréhensible à ce sujet ; moi par exemple, je me suis intéressé aux prophéties de Marie-Julie, et à d'autres d'ailleurs, jusqu'au jour où je me suis aperçu qu'elles étaient fausses.

2- Bergoglio est selon la fausse prophétie attribuée faussement à St Malachie, Bergoglio est Pierre II le Romain, et après lui, c’est la fin du monde. Ceci est suffisant pour en démontrer la fausseté.]
Sepp Benedikt
The Unrepentant Revolutionary
MyronM
... "the Malachia prophecies, a list ALLEGEDLY written in the Middle Ages ..." ALLEGEDLY ???
Saint Philip Neri had an outstanding sense of humor, but how can you frame him in a forgery. Amazing recklessness for the Pope Emeritus. No counterfeiter, supposed papal apologist, would have put 10 anti-pope names on this list! Especially if he wanted to convince the Protestants to the papacy!
CatMuse
MyronM to whom do you attribute your opening quote? Peter S., PopeBXVI or en news? It is not clear that it is the pope's. It seems to me it belongs to en news.
MyronM
The quoted citation applies to both en.news and the Pope Emeritus.
Thors Catholic Hammer
There is no such thing or entity as a a pope “emeritus “ . Benedict never legally abdicated the OFFICE of the papacy.
(His musings on the Malachy prophecies are in accord with their doubtful provenance)
mystic
Just maybe according to this prophecy, Benedict is the last pope sitting in extreme persecution.

Malachai Prophecy of the popes reconsidered.
Thors Catholic Hammer
These so called prophecies of St. Malachy are not well founded historically.
Pope Benedict is quite correct in his assessment.
mystic
I think the timing of these Malachy prophecies are rather stunning, to exactly get to prophesy this confusion at this pope of confusions with a confusing situation. Catholicism is being killed.

So what do you want? You want a prophet who says the things more clearly?
Let'c consider the following prophecy, maybe the clearest of all.
--Therefore the Lord Himself giveth to you a sign, Lo, the Virgi…More
I think the timing of these Malachy prophecies are rather stunning, to exactly get to prophesy this confusion at this pope of confusions with a confusing situation. Catholicism is being killed.

So what do you want? You want a prophet who says the things more clearly?
Let'c consider the following prophecy, maybe the clearest of all.
--Therefore the Lord Himself giveth to you a sign, Lo, the Virgin is conceiving, And is bringing forth a son, And hath called his name Immanuel,--
Now that is strange. We think this is Jesus. But the prophecy says his name is Immanuel. So is that founded historically?
Prophecy is not supposed to be as you want it to.