Published on Oct 20, 2015
Did you notice the Vatican Flag on the Pope's little black Fiat as he rode around Washington D.C? That Vatican flag has the Vatican "coat of arms" plastered on it for all to see, and they want people to know that they are the ONE and ONLY true church in the entire world! It sounds pretty incredible does it not? The Papal Flag is usually seen on the various vehicles that transport the Pope, and it was seen on the little black Fiat car that Pope Francis rode around town in.
In that Vatican "coat of arms" you will find two keys crossed together, and they represent what they believe are the "keys" which were handed down to Peter. You will also notice what is known as the Papal tiara in that "coat of arms" and that is also called the "triple crown" because of it's three tiers. The Papal Tiara was an actual crown, that was previously worn by many Popes, including Pope John XXIII.
The words that were used when popes were crowned were:
"Receive the tiara adorned with three crowns and know that thou art father of princes and kings, ruler of the world, vicar on earth of our Saviour Jesus Christ, to whom is honour and glory for ever and ever". (Wikipedia, Papal Tiara)
Did you read that? The Papal Tiara which was a crown that most Pope's wore upon their heads, has some real symbolism to it. It does not matter if the present pope does not wear that crown, because the symbolism of the Vatican has NEVER changed at all!
They still teach and believe those things which the Papal Tiara regarding the "Supreme Pontiff" or Pope!
1] Thou art father of princes and kings,
2] Ruler of the world,
3] Vicar on earth of our Saviour Jesus Christ,
Folks it has always been the desire of the church of Rome to rule the earth, with both Temporal and Spiritual power. So take a good look at that Papal Coat of Arms and understand that Rome has NEVER changed ONE solitary doctrine within that religious system. Here are some illustrations of Roman Catholic Popes from the past wearing their "Papal Tiara" or the Papal "Triple Crown" which ever you prefer.
" . . . TAKE HEED that no man DECEIVE you. For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many." (Matthew 24:4-5)