According to a report in The New York, the Pope has issued a fresh warning about the impending threat of a new global war.
According to what the Pope has stated, The tempest of the COVID-19 pandemic has put numerous limits on both our day-to-day lives and our pastoral activity. It would appear that the worst is behind us at this point, and praise be to God, we can see each other once more.
But sad to say, Europe and the entire world are convulsed by a war of particular gravity, Pope Francis continued, in terms of the violation of international law, the risks of nuclear escalation, and the grave economic and social consequences. [Citation needed] But unfortunately, Europe and the entire world are convulsed by a war of specific gravity. It is a third world war that is being fought 'piecemeal,' and you will be a witness to this fact in the locations where you carry out your mission.
In a speech that he gave back in June, the Pope first issued a warning about the possibility of a third global war by stating that he believes it has already begun.
A few years ago, it dawned to me that we are witnessing a third world war fought piecemeal, the pope said in an interview with La Civilta Cattolica in June. We are seeing a third world war fought piecemeal. In my eyes, World War III has begun right here and right now.
This declaration comes just a few weeks after Francis issued an appeal to all Catholic churches throughout the world to send their donations to the Vatican.
His rescript stated that financial and liquid assets held in banks other than the IOR must be moved to the Vatican Bank within thirty days of September 1, 2022. Despite the fact that the rest of the world was recovering from COVID's effects, the IOR's profits were reduced as a result of the outbreak.
In accordance with his directive, Holy See institutions, which collaborate with a variety of religious and secular groups, are obligated to hand over all of their assets to the Vatican by the end of this month.
He has also voiced concerns over President Biden's ability to make coherent statements, which suggests that he may not have faith in the ability of the world's most powerful nation to lead effectively during another global conflict.
Growing global instabilities, such as a faltering supply chain, inflation, and conflicts in both Europe and Asia, have contributed to growing concerns about economic collapse and large wars. These worries have also contributed to the rise in the number of important conflicts.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Headline USA.