Pope meets Italian Prime Minister for talks on Europe
Pope Benedict XVI received Italy’s Prime Minister, Mario Monti, for about 45 minutes on Monday afternoon at the Apostolic Summer retreat of Castel Gandolfo. A communiqué from the Press Office of the Holy See says the Pope and the Prime Minister held a cordial round of talks during which they touched in particular on the European situation, on the main challenges facing the European Union. They specially focused on the contribution that citizens, and especially the young generations can make to the human and spiritual growth of Europe.
The two men have met several times since Monti was last November asked by President Giorgio Napolitano to form a new technocratic government in the wake of the Italian debt crisis.
Following his meeting with the Pope, Prime Minister Monti will on Wednesday hold discussions on the Eurozone crisis with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
The Italian Prime Minister will then meet with French President Francois Hollande back in Rome on September 4th.
Benedict through his Secretary of State Cardinal Bertone has been working hard behind the scenes to set up the New Europe and the Pope is now openly intervening to help facilitate a New Order in Europe.
Benedict is now openly intervening in the European situationn and since he follows the traditions of men and the Catholic church instead of the word of God, and since the name Benedict numbers out to 666 in the Koine Greek of Revelation, it is quite possible that Pope Benedict may be strengthened and empowered to do miracles, being set up as the abomination in mid September.
This would allow him to start at the run, already having his organizational support set up, as he has ordained most of the Cardinals in the RC church based on their loyalty to him and his positions.