Prayer of Bishop in White will Tear Down all Walls to Achieve New World Order & One World Religion

May 21, 2017


It is no secret that Pope Francis is a Jesuit.  The primary objectives of Jesuits are to overthrow Protestantism, annihilate Protestants and reestablish Roman Catholicism throughout the nations by infiltrating government offices, schools and churches.  Another interesting note about Jesuits is their strong emphasis on prayer exercises and spiritual disciplines.  In fact, the founder of the Jesuit order, Ignatius Loyola, is also the originator of spiritual formation, which has been largely accepted by churches of all denominations.  Spiritual formation is a form of spiritualism that integrates eastern meditation and mysticism into Christianity, which brings participants’ minds into an altered state of consciousness, thus opening their minds up to the spirit world—demonic possession. So when we hear Roman Catholics and especially Jesuits speak of prayer, understand that they are referring to mysticism that “unites” souls to each other and every other element of nature. It is through prayer and the promulgation of “peace” that Pope Francis and Roman Catholicism will unite the churches, the nations and the world under its dominion.


In his commemorative speech at Fatima, Pope Francis offered a supplication (prayer) to Mary concerning himself and his mission. Since we are on the topic of spiritualism, it must be mentioned that belief in the natural immortality of the soul is a main tenet of spiritualism, not to mention, praying to the dead and looking to the dead to intercede on behalf of the living. The Vatican Insider, under the headline “The prayer of the ‘bishop dressed in white:’ we will tear down all walls, reports: “Bergoglio talks about himself using the same words of the Third Secret. He implores for peace and ‘world concord among all peoples...’ Francis is absorbed in prayer before the statue of Our Lady of Fatima, in front of the Chapel of the apparitions of the Fatima sanctuary. And while reciting the supplication addressed to the Virgin he uses the expression contained in the text of the Third Secret of Fatima to define himself: ‘bishop dressed in white...’ Francis presented himself as a "pilgrim of peace" and added, ‘I implore for the world concord among all peoples…’ ‘we will be the Church dressed in white, the whiteness washed in the blood of the Lamb, blood that today too is shed in the wars tearing our world apart.’”[1]


In this prayer, Pope Francis states what his plan is, as the “bishop clothed in white” and the “pilgrim of peace,” which is to tear down all walls.  What are the walls that Pope Francis is referring to that he wants to tear down, one may inquire. Firstly, as a Jesuit, it is his goal to destroy Protestantism; therefore the walls he is working aggressively to tear down are the walls of separation between Catholics and Protestants and all other religions, which involves a repudiation of distinctive, denominational doctrines and an acceptation of Papal principles. This is nothing more than ecumenism, another major priority of Pope Francis; an element of which is ecumenism of prayer.  Because various denominations have already accepted the prayer exercises of spiritual formation and have joined in alliance with Popery, these walls have already plummeted down.


Another wall that Pope Francis is working feverishly to tear down is the wall of separation between church and state, especially in the United States. Steps have already been taken to do just that.  Some recent indications of such include Pope Francis’ unprecedented address before a joint session of congress, Donald Trump’s Roman Catholic and Evangelical advisory boards, and Trump’s signing of the executive order allowing churches to vigorously promote politics and candidates.   In fact, “Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802 to answer a letter from them, asking why he would not proclaim national days of fasting and thanksgiving, as had been done by Washington and Adams before him. The letter contains the phrase ‘wall of separation between church and state,’ which led to the short-hand for the Establishment Clause that we use today: ‘Separation of church and state.’”[2]


The walls that Pope Francis and his cohorts are most interested in tearing down however are the walls of salvation (Isaiah 26:1 and Isaiah 60:18). This system of abominations is robbing individuals of their salvation, by her multitudinous errors, abominations and blasphemies, just as the Scribes and Pharisees mentioned in Matthew 23:13 were doing, while they themselves were neither going in. “But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in.” We must allow no one to convince us to take down our guard at any time; and if our walls have been torn down, we need to erect them again, yea even in troublous times, and then set ourselves upon the walls as faithful watchmen giving the warning message to all that “Babylon is fallen is fallen.”


Notice the phrase “tear down” in Pope Francis’ prayer.  Tearing is something requires the application of force, doing something amidst resistance.  Yet Pope Francis deems himself a pilgrim of peace! What a contradiction. But what says Daniel 8:25? “And through his [Roman Catholicism’s] policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.” It is interesting that craft (spiritualism/magic), peace, and destruction are here mentioned together, as all are mentioned in this prayer.  By tearing down walls Pope Francis is setting himself up as Lord of the churches, Lord of your conscience, yea, Lord of the nations, and ultimately, Lord of the world, heading a one-world religion and government.




[1] http://www.lastampa.it/2017/05/12/vaticaninsider/eng/the-vatican/the-prayer-of-the-bishop-dressed-in-white-we-will-tear-down-all-walls-IFTv5XluS7rU1X0lwfnUIK/pagina.html


[2] https://www.loc.gov/loc/lcib/9806/danbury.html

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