Consequences of the Pope Going to Moscow or Russia

The apparitions of Garabandal, Spain, are a series of Marian apparitions that took place between 1961 and 1965. The four young girls who reported seeing the Virgin Mary, Conchita González, Jacinta González, Mari Loli Mazon, and Francisco “Paqui” González, said that she told them about a number of future events, including a “warning” that would come to the world before the miracle.

One of the most controversial aspects of the Garabandal apparitions is the prophecy that the Pope will one day visit Moscow. Conchita said that the Pope’s visit to Moscow would be followed by “hostilities” in different parts of Europe.

In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the Garabandal prophecies, as the war in Ukraine has brought Russia back into the spotlight. Some people believe that the Pope’s visit to Moscow could help to avert a wider conflict, while others believe that it could actually trigger a war.

Catholic Prophecy Expert Daniel O’Conner writes” The Warning is coming very soon. Recently  we saw an announcement regarding the single most significant sign of its imminence – the sign that “Warning watchers” have, for decades, been keeping an eye out for. 

The Pope just announced his willingness to go to Moscow. According to Reuters, Pope Francis said “a top Russian Orthodox official was expected in Rome next week to decide the time and location of the meeting.” No Pope has ever visited Russia, much less Moscow. 

This is a huge sign of the nearness of the Warning, since the Garabandal visionary, Conchita, said: “The Pope will go to Russia, to Moscow. As soon as he returns to the Vatican, the hostilities which will immediately precede the Warning will break out in different parts of Europe.”

It is impossible to say for sure what the consequences of the Pope going to Moscow or Russia would be. However, the Garabandal prophecies have certainly raised the stakes for the Pope’s upcoming visit to the country.

What would a papal visit to Moscow mean?

A papal visit to Moscow would be a historic event. It would be the first time that a Pope has ever visited the country, and it would be seen as a major gesture of goodwill between the Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church.

The visit could also have a significant impact on the war in Ukraine. If the Pope were to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he could use the opportunity to appeal for peace. He could also use the visit to raise awareness of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

What are the risks of a papal visit to Moscow?

There are also some risks associated with a papal visit to Moscow. The Russian government has a history of repressing religious freedom, and the Pope’s visit could be seen as a provocation. There is also the risk that the visit could be used by the Russian government to promote its own agenda.

What does the future hold?

It is impossible to say for sure what the future holds for the Garabandal prophecies. However, the Pope’s upcoming visit to Moscow is certainly a significant event, and it will be interesting to see how it unfolds.

If the Pope is able to use his visit to Moscow to promote peace and to raise awareness of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, then it will be a success. However, if the visit is seen as a provocation by the Russian government, then it could have negative consequences.

Only time will tell what the future holds for the Garabandal prophecies and for the Pope’s upcoming visit to Moscow. However, one thing is for sure: the visit will be a major event that will be watched closely by people all over the world.