A pope calls for peace.
January 1st, 2007
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Pope John Paul II.
I know you don’t believe the way I do. I also know that you thought very highly of me.
Well, I am still engaged in my efforts to make for peace and understanding. I saw very clearly that it is vital that people of differing beliefs must learn to cooperate with and love each other, and that the only time we should protest is if freedom and dignity are threatened.
I know you don’t believe in most conservative positions, particularly religious ones. But you, like so many others, have learned to live in a world where people have such sharply different ways of thinking and acting.
As you have gathered, this message is an appeal for world peace. I hope that my followers will be able to overlook the Catholic Church’s condemnation of mediumship, though I know this may not be possible.
I continue to support my Catholic beliefs over here. There is a Creator who loves us and who directs the affairs of men.
Pope John Paul II (May 18, 1920, Wadowice, Poland – April 2, 2005, Vatican City) reigned as Pope of the Roman Catholic Church from October 16, 1978, until his death more than 26 years later, making his the second-longest pontificate in modern times after Pius IX’s 31-year reign. He was the only Polish Pope to date, and the first non-Italian Pope since the Dutch Adrian VI in the 1520s. He is one of only four people to have been named to the Time 100 for both the 20th century and for a year in the 21st. (Source: Wikipedia)