Pope Francis to Canonize Genocidal Monster to Push NWO Agenda
Pope Francis celebrated a Mass of Canonization for Junipero Serra on Sept. 23 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception located in Washington, D.C.
In the past few months Pope Francis and the leaders of the Catholic Church have been gradually preparing the flock for the canonization of Father Junipero Serra.
He is the Franciscan monk known for beginning Spanish missions on the California coast in the 1700s, using the whip and the musket on behalf of the King of Spain.
He became the protagonist of what is known as the “Black Legend.”
ABC reports that Steven Hackel, a history professor at the University of California, Riverside, states Serra’s use of corporal punishment was even controversial at the time.
In Los Angeles, the largest Catholic diocese in the U.S., the descendants of those populations of Maya Mexicans who were once abused by Serra pleaded in vain for an audience with the bishop of L.A., José H. Gomez, stating to the press that: “Who killed our people can not be worshiped among the righteous of God and the universal church.”
The native population of California that accuse Serra of genocide and subjugation has been completely ignored, as this new saint is imposed by the powerful Knights of Columbus, which amongst them you can count Jeb Bush, and their Supreme Knight and Grand Master, Carl Anderson.
There was a conference held in Rome last May, at the Pontifical North American College, to clear any doubts on the future Canonization of the controversial Spanish missionary, Father Junípero Serra.
The Knights of Columbus seem eager to establish Serra as “Patron of America,” and the event co-sponsored by the Pontifical Commission for Latin America, under the patronage of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles was entitled: “Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother and Guide of Fra Junípero Serra, Patron of America.”
Father Junipero Serra was a criminal and the Native Americans who suffered his methodical conversion tried at the time to rebel.