Posted September 07, 2018 05:00:30 The next Pope Francis is not going to be named Pope.
The new Pope is going to come from a different place, he is going be a Bishop, he will be a Jesuit.
The Pope has been elected as Bishop of Rome and is now the leader of the Vatican.
The next President of the Roman Catholic Church will be elected as Pope.
What happens if the new pope does not have the support of all the bishops?
What happens to the pontifical office?
What about the role of the papal library?
The new pope is going the direction of the bishops, the bishops are not going away.
What will happen when the Pope does not come from the traditional order of bishops?
The bishops are divided.
There are some who are very supportive of the new pontiff, they want him to be the successor of St. John Paul II, others are very opposed.
What is the best way to unite all of the Catholic churches?
The Pope can choose the path of a bishop, of a pope.
What does that mean?
He can choose to follow the tradition of St Paul.
St. Paul is not a traditional bishop of the Church.
He was not ordained by a bishop of a particular diocese.
St Paul did not follow the traditional orders of the church, and he was not appointed by a pope as such.
What the new papacy will do is set a very clear direction for the Catholic Church.
What do you think of the prospect of the Pope not being the successor to St. Francis?