ALL WAS NOT WHAT IT APPEARED:
Folks, this is important news and it has implications as we bid farewell to an emeritus and once reigning Pope, Pope Benedict and witness the final phase of Pope Francis pontificate. We know that Pope Francis has exacerbated the already existing polarization in the Church begun by the flawed implementation of Vatican II. Pope Benedict, as well as St. John Paul II, had brought some inner healing to the Church in these two papacies which can be viewed as one long papacy.
But now, we know that there was real division between Pope Benedict and Pope Francis. Is this the final phase of a Church divided, and seriously so, that could either lead to Schism, a major one, or healing and unity under God, Divine Truth, the Deposit of Faith and the perennial Magisterium of the Church?
Here are the new revelations as reported by the secular Reuter’s news service:
The book also says Benedict did not agree with some of Francis' stands.