Tuesday, November 8, 2005

The Jewish Pope

Pope John Paul was Half Jewish...
 
 
A Manchester historian has claimed that Pope John Paul II was Jewish.

Yaakov Wise says his study into the the maternal ancestry of Karol Josez Wojtyla (John Paul II's real name) has revealed startling conclusions.

Mr Wise, a researcher in orthodox Jewish history and philosophy, said the late Pope's mother, grandmother and great-grandmother were all probably Jewish and came from a small town not far from Krakow.
 

2 comments:

  1. Well, what is so bad about that, JC was Jewish and his mother also, so what is the problem with that?

    I am white, hispanic, and proud to say with Latin American indian blood and know that I have sephardic blood. People have told me that and I believe it besides my mother does also look Sephardic.

    Also the late Pope might be a Konainim, a descendant of Aaron, there are a lot around.

    And also most of the time I like and can cite the Old Testament than the New Testament, might be my blood calling?

    So let it be if the Pope was a Konainim or not, God chose him as he chose many other Jews to direct his people in this time and age. And the same thing was said of Pius XII and other popes and so what, it is the Holy Spirit who decides, L'chaim!!!

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