In two separate meetings the present situation of the Church was discussed, as well as the ongoing Synod of Bishops which will terminate on the 24th of October 2015. The information that surfaced during these meetings was shocking to say the least. Two separate reliable sources within the Vatican stated that Pope Francis will resign next year. This will occur during his pastoral visit to his nation of Argentina, and the two neighboring countries of Chile and Uruguay, in the period of time that coincides with the bicentennial of the 1816 Argentine Declaration of Independence.
The date was selected with care to avoid interference, as the Argentinian government desires this event to transpire after the 2015 presidential elections. It has been speculated that the Pope would potentially canonize Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero during this visit to Argentina, never imagining this to be the moment that Pope Francis has chosen with his fellow Jesuits to end his papacy. Jorge Mario Bergoglio wishes to retire in Argentina, not the Vatican, after completing his service as a Jesuit and Pope to the New World Order. CONTINUE