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Petrus Romanus (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

David Allen

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Petrus Romanus is the prophesized final Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, immediately following Pope Benedict. Many fear Romanus coming to power could fulfill the prophecy and end the Church. In the novel, Petrus Romanus, a kid from New York City, a fighter, a widower, a sinner, a prophet, a faith healer, becomes an unlikely man of the cloth and finds himself on the Romanus List, a mysterious list of targeted clergy who could become Petrus Romanus and end the Church.

Factual Background on St. Malachi’s prophecy of Petrus Romanus: In the 12th Century, St. Malachi E. Morgain wrote a prophecy listing the remaining 112 Popes of the Catholic Church. The current Pope, Pope “Benedict” is the second to last Pope in Malachi’s prophecy, leaving only Petrus Romanus as the next and final Pope.

Of John Paul I, St. Malachi wrote: “Pope 109, Of the Half Moon.” From Beluna (Beautiful Moon), this Pope was in office only one month before dying under strange circumstances.

Of John Paul II: “Pope 110, The Labor of the Sun.” John Paul II came from Poland (the Polish flag depicts a Sun) and worked in labor camps and later with Solidarity.

Of Benedict XVI: “Pope 111, The Glory of the Olives.” Malachi scholars believed he would come from the Olivetans, part of the Benedictine Order; although not of that Order, this Pope took the name ‘Benedict’ nonetheless*.

Of the final and unnumbered Pope, Petrus Romanus, directly following Pope Benedict, St. Malachi wrote: "Petrus Romanus: During the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will reign Peter the Roman, who will feed his flock amid many tribulations, after which the seven hilled city will be destroyed and the dreadful Judge will judge the people."

Malachi scholars speculate this marks the end of the Church, or the Church as we know it.

The epic novel, Petrus Romanus, spans thirty years of Petey Valentine’s blessed and tortured history, from his honeymoon in Lourdes in 1978 where he receives his first prophecy, to his transition into the clergy and eventual retirement from decades of war-zone missionary work, he returns to Brooklyn, his family restaurant and friends in the mafia. Despite his shroud of controversy, his rage at God over the death of his wife, and the Church’s struggle to control him, this rogue Bishop uses his celebrity and international connections to popularize faith, to establish a world wide inter-faith ministry, and rise in international power within the Church. Could this sinner from the streets of New York City become Petrus Romanus?

*For purposes of this novel, the Glory of the Olives Pope is not named Benedict (the name being left open for reader speculation) to maintain a respectful distance from the Papacy of Benedict the XVI. At the time the work was written as a screenplay, prior to Pope John Paul II's death, after careful study of St. Malachi's Prophecy, the work identified the name of the next Pope as Benedict.


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2.0 von 5 Sternen A Good Story Badly Written 29. Mai 2012
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Petrus Romanus is a story that holds promise but doesn't deliver. The book was badly written and poorly edited. Some sentences contained not only misspelled words but bad grammar. Editors need to realize that spellcheck does not exchange the correct word for a word that is spelled correctly but used incorrectly. As a reader, I become very frustrated when glaring errors have not been proofread out of existence. In addition, when one has to re-read a paragraph more than once to figure out what the author is really trying to say it is time to put the book aside. While I read it to the end, I wondered why I wasted my time. The ending was anticlimactic and didn't finish the thought that had started the story. There was so much promise to the story but at the end I think I could've developed the plot better than the author.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Probably the worst I've ever read! 14. Oktober 2012
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I don't even know where to begin. I had high hopes for this book. I'm a huge fan of apocalyptic/last pope/prophecy types books. It became apparent, however, after only a few pages that I probably wouldn't like this one. And I was right. Not only was it borderline boring, but the spelling and grammar was nothing short of atrocious. Here's a hint to the author: it's medieval, not mid-evil. The word you're looking for is "enormity", not "hugity". Commas where misplaced throughout the entire book, sometimes even so much as a dozen commas in a single sentence. And seriously, if you're going to take the time to write a book, you should probably try a little harder to keep your facts straight. On one page Peter says that he doesn't know when the pope is going to die, just that it would be soon. A few pages later, the author makes a comment to the effect that people started believing Peter more when the pope died on the exact date and time as he had predicted. Well, which is it? He either knew, or he didn't. Overall a very confusing, poorly written and very poorly edited piece of drivel.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Petrus Romanus Minus 22. Juni 2012
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This is definitely a book written by supporters of the Roman Catholic institution as a whole...but what a way to end the book...Petrus Romanus becomes the latest pope but whether or not it results in good or evil remains to be seen in the final pages of the book...but with all the other research out there on the institution of the RCC, Petrus Romanus does not bode well for the world...
4.0 von 5 Sternen loved it 2. März 2014
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what an exceptional book to be in possession about wisdom...
would recommend to anyone...helps to know history.
keeps your interest
3.0 von 5 Sternen Not as good as i expected 24. Juni 2013
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I read the whole book but each chapter left me wishing it would get better, and then the end to me was very disappointing.
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