Christmas Prayers Urgently Required For Conversion of Pope Francis – Please!

Christmas Prayers Urgently Required For Conversion of Pope Francis – Please!

Note:  The video report originally posted here, was removed by YouTube, since the account associated with it, no longer exists.


Although billed as “Breaking News” , the above video was made almost a month ago (dated 28 November) and it was discussed briefly on one of the threads, but, as Christmas draws near, it’s worth reminding ourselves of the need to pray very hard for Papa Francis. 

Since words always fail me when confronted by the details of this Pope’s scandalous words and behaviour, I’ll simply reproduce three of the comments from the Lifesitenews YouTube platform – these good people say it all…

(1) Why does he not lash out [at] pro abortion promoters? Biden? Pelosi? Harris? Etc; (2) 
Maybe If we are not locked down we can get water to the children; (3)  A pope [who] embraces communism but sits on a throne of gold protected by guns, not wearing a mask. Lol

Add your own thoughts, but, above all, respond to John Henry Weston’s plea to pray for the conversion of this anti-Catholic pontiff. For some of us, this is an intention in our daily rosary, so if you are not in the habit of praying for the conversion of Pope Francis, please start now – it really is urgent, not least because of his age:  he could be called to his judgment at any time.  Our Lady & St Joseph, pray for him! 

Comments (21)

  • ljosephhebert

    I begin each day with this prayer for Pope Francis published years ago by Rorate Caeli: To human eyes it does not seem to be working, but I trust that the good Lord in his providence knows what he is doing! 😉

    December 19, 2020 at 1:02 am
    • Lily


      I’ve just read that prayer and it is beautiful. What a great idea to call on the suffering souls in Purgatory to pray for him because they can intercede for souls, just not their own. Thank you for sharing that.

      December 19, 2020 at 10:21 am
  • Athanasius

    Difficult as it is to pray for a Pope who seems to know full well the damage he is doing to the Church and the faith, I do still pray for him as charity demands. I have to say though that it will take one stupendous miracle of grace to win this Pontiff back to anything like a Catholic Pope. Still, such miracles do happen.

    December 19, 2020 at 4:13 am
  • Lily

    I also pray for Pope Francis every day but I get more and more scandalised every time I read a report about him. He is so far gone that I can’t see him repenting before his death, without, as Athanasius says, a miracle.

    That segment of him with the group in the Vatican, no masks, no social distancing just puts him in the same camp as the hypocritical politicians and celebrities, “rules are for thee, but not for me”. It’s disgusting.

    December 19, 2020 at 10:19 am
  • Theresa Rose

    As Catholics we know that it is our duty in charity to pray for Priests and Bishops. Difficult as it is, I too pray for Pope Francis. I agree with Athanasius and Lily that it will take a miracle of grace for this Pope.

    Perhaps we should remember the adage that ‘The path to hell is paved with the skulls of clergy’.

    December 19, 2020 at 12:14 pm
    • Fidelis

      Theresa Rose,

      That site you linked to, Bayside, is a hoax site. The Bayside apparitions are fake, so I give them a wide body swerve.

      That quote is sometimes quoted from different saints but I think St John Chrysostom is the most likely. This article about him and that quote is very interesting IMHO

      December 19, 2020 at 12:49 pm
      • Theresa Rose


        Thank you for that information. I had remembered something of the quote, but not the Saint it was attributed too. You are right, your link to the article quoting Saint John Chrysostom and the quote is interesting and what I had been looking for.

        December 19, 2020 at 1:39 pm
  • Fidelis

    I agree with everyone about praying for Pope Francis. He is terrible. Only plenty of prayers will give him some chance of saving his soul.

    I’m afraid I find myself now wondering about the claims about his election but I know it’s not for me to decide that, so I will content myself by just praying for him. I do wish that the high prelates who have concerns would do something, though. I’m getting fed up of their speeches and articles. I’d like to see some action.

    December 19, 2020 at 12:52 pm
  • editor

    Well, whatdyeknow! Pope Francis telephoned Joe Biden. Here’s another excellent segment from Greg Kelly at Newsmax TV… I am about to email Greg with some breaking news about Joe’s “Catholicity”.

    Some time later
    – can’t find direct contact details for Greg Kelly and the only form provided won’t take my message. I have to leave it there.

    December 19, 2020 at 1:31 pm
    • RCAVictor


      Meanwhile, later in the day…

      December 19, 2020 at 3:57 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        Thank you for that – I’ve now sent a message although I’m not sure whether he’ll realise I’m really talking about the YouTube segment from his show, not a podcast. I need to learn to tell the difference 😀

        Since there’s a statement inviting comments and asking for suggestions on possible interviewees, II suggested he interview Archbishop Vigano. It was a toss-up between the Archbishop and thee, RCA Victor, so don’t get mad at me… 😀

        December 19, 2020 at 10:24 pm
      • RCAVictor


        If Greg actually tried to interview me, this is probably what would come out:

        December 19, 2020 at 11:27 pm
  • RCAVictor

    I agree that it is a most difficult and in fact a gnashing of teeth duty to pray for this Judas Pope, but pray we must, including for the grace for him to perform Our Lady’s request regarding the Consecration. If the 100-year time span holds, we have less than 9 years left until June 13, 2029. I can’t imagine things getting any worse than they are now, but maybe my imagination is just not up to the challenge.

    Who knows, if Francis has put a chasm between himself and grace, and if he will not repent, perhaps that grace will descend on his successor.

    December 19, 2020 at 4:11 pm
    • Faith of Our Fathers

      I don’t know how I missed this article ED but I read a Frightening Revelation given to St Bridget that for those Souls already condemned Prayers For Them Are Worthless . We know from The Passion of Christ and of Our Apostles Creed that ” He was Crucified under Pontius Pilate ” Am certainly no theologian but I would have thought that the Chief Priest bore the most Guilt .but am I right in saying that because Pilate was the Leader it was He who bore the most guilt . This is were Francis stands how many has he led away from the Gates of Heaven to the Gates of Hell and as He is the Leader of The Catholic Church he must therefore bare the most Guilt . We have been saying now for a very long time that this man cannot be of The Catholic Faith if indeed he ever was .The tragedy off it all IS that most who go to My Daily Mass wont hear a bad word said about him .This Morning I spoke to 2 after Mass today and said Our Pope was Not a Catholic and was looked at as a Man from Mars . Lets face it the Man is now a Legend who has got worse Year on Year till the point now where anyone who reads anything of Truth knows that if He got a half decent price for the Vatican Tomorrow he would sell it . In saying that ?

      December 21, 2020 at 9:17 pm
  • Theresa Rose

    I am almost sure that Archbishop Vigano’s Reflection in expectation of the Most Holy Redeemer was posted on another thread. Perhaps it will remind us also to pray more for Pope Francis.

    December 19, 2020 at 4:12 pm
  • RCAVictor

    After reading yet another Abp. Vigano masterpiece, I’ve hit upon a strategy for the next papal conclave, allegedly stacked by Francis to ensure that his corrupt, sleazy betrayal of the Church and Our Lord continues.

    All that has to be done is to have the Cardinals vote via Dominion voting machines, and the tallies sent to a remote location. That’s when the Holy Ghost will take over (remotely, of course), and have Abp. VIgano elected as Francis’ successor!

    Here is His Excelleny’s latest:

    December 22, 2020 at 4:06 pm
  • ljosephhebert

    The Remnant gave Pope Francis its Man of the Year award–for making it impossible for any sentient person to deny the modernist infiltration of the Church. I find Michael Matt’s take on this and other disturbing trends to be comforting and inspiring.

    December 23, 2020 at 1:53 am
  • RCAVictor

    I an withdrawing a previous post in which I compared Pope Francis to Judas, or said that he should be called Pope Judas. That is a statement offensive to piety, and I apologize to anyone who may have been offended or shocked by that statement.

    December 29, 2020 at 6:50 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I can’t see anything at all offensive in comparing this horrendous pope to Judas – that is exactly what he is, certainly to all appearances. Anybody who is shocked by such a reference, is either totally ignorant of what this pope is doing or they are guilty of a false piety. To those and such as those, I say grow up!

      Similarly, it’s a false charity to want to protect such people. Yes, St Paul warns us to be careful to give only milk, not meat to weak souls but we mustn’t take verses of Scripture out of context – elsewhere St Paul teaches that “faith comes through hearing” – and so we need to educate our fellow Catholics; such a reference (to “Pope Judas”) may be the very spark which forces some to enquire further.

      You’ll need to keep control of this tendency toward humility and charity, RCA Victor… It’s unsettling 😀

      Having said all that, it is probably best to avoid all name-calling – if only because it’s against the House Rules 😀

      December 29, 2020 at 7:13 pm

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