This video is the story about the present interregnum experienced by God’s Catholic people, a short history of the long-prophesied Great Apostasy we are witnessing today.
In the history of the Church 260 men have become true popes. Altogether there were an undisputed 40 men who were called false popes or antipopes.
There have been 200 papal vacancies, or periods of time (interregnums) without a pope. Until 1958, the longest interregnum was three years. The Church is currently experiencing its longest interregnum of over 60 years.
Today the Catholic Church has no true pope. Only a false one. It has had six false popes in a row, dating back to the death of Pope Pius XII on October 9, 1958. Likely the Church will never see another true pope before the end of the world. Church law all but confirms it.
A man cannot be a pope if he is not Catholic. The past six (6) false popes were not Catholic, as you will see in this video.
St. Robert Bellarmine wrote, “This principle is most certain. The non-Christian cannot in any way be Pope, as Cajetan himself admits (ib. c. 26). The reason for this is that he cannot be head of what he is not a member; now he who is not a Christian is not a member of the Church, and a manifest heretic is not a Christian, as is clearly taught by St. Cyprian (lib. 4, epist. 2), St. Athanasius (Scr. 2 cont. Arian.), St. Augustine (lib. De great. Christ. Cap. 20), St. Jerome (contra Lucifer.) and others; therefore, the manifest heretic cannot be Pope.”
As a result of having no pope,, there are, therefore, no true cardinals in the world today, no bishops or priests. Lastly, and as a result of this, the cessation of the holy mass prophesied in scriptures is upon us. Today there are not true masses, only pagan masses. The saints and popes taught, better is it to die than to receive communion from the hand of a heretic. True Catholics stay at home on Sunday and do not attend any of these pagan rituals. There is no salvation outside the true Catholic Church, and those who participate in these false masses are surely not Catholic.
St. Francis de Sales (Bishop and Doctor of the Church): “Is it not written that the revolt and separation must come (2 Thess. ii. 3), and that the sacrifice shall cease (Dan. xii. 11), and that the Son of Man shall hardly find faith on earth at his second visible return (Luke xviii 8), when he will come to judge? All these passages are understood of the affliction which Antichrist shall cause in the Church…But the Church… shall not fail, and shall be fed and preserved amidst the deserts and solitudes to which She shall retire, as the Scripture says, (Apoc. Ch. 12),” —The Catholic Controversy
Note: At 4:11 when Cardinal Rampolla is discussed, the picture used is not of Rampolla but of the mistaken picture of Pope Benedict XV.