The opening of a new apostolic nunciature, an embassy of the Vatican, in the United Arab Emirates is a testament to fraternity and goodwill between Muslims and Christians, said Archbishop Edgar Peña Parra.
On the podcast today, we showed you the full history of Chrislam, who started it, where it came from, and how far it’s advanced here in 2022. Now comes this amazing update that the Vatican has opened a nunciature, or embassy, in Abu Dhabi as it solidifies its base of Human Fraternity and the One World Religion of Chrislam. Things are happening so fast now, and as Habakkuk accurately points out, many are watching but so very few are paying attention that it’s flying under the radar while being in full view at the same time.
“Behold ye among the heathen, and regard, and wonder marvellously: for I will work a work in your days, which ye will not believe, though it be told you.” Habakkuk 1:5 (KJB)
Today is a huge day for the Vatican, the Roman Catholic Church, Islam, Rick Warren and his pope Francis, but most of all it’s a day of celebration for Mohamed bin Zayed. That man nearly singlehandedly worked to produce the environment that saw the birth of the Declaration of Human Fraternity, Chrislam, the One World Religion and the Abraham Accords. His fingerprints are all over every one of this things I just mentioned, and rightly so. They are all part and parcel of bringing in the Daniel 9:27 covenant confirmation with Antichrist that will take place in the days after the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church takes place.
Vatican official inaugurates nunciature in Abu Dhabi
FROM CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY: The Vatican opened its first embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Friday. Archbishop Edgar Peña Parra, the Substitute (Sostituto) of the Vatican Secretariat of State, traveled to Abu Dhabi to inaugurate the diplomatic post on the Arabian Peninsula.
“The presence of this new apostolic nunciature is a further sign of the Holy Father’s solicitude and concern for all the people in this land,” Peña Parra said at the opening on Feb. 4. “It is Pope Francis’ sincere desire that this edifice will assist the papal representative in carrying out his mission to the United Arab Emirates and to the local Catholic community,” he said.
An apostolic nunciature is a diplomatic mission of the Holy See. It is led by a nuncio, who is a papal legate accredited to the civil government.
“The meaning of the opening of a nunciature in this country is very simple: that the Holy Father will have a house here. He will have a house, and at the same time it will be the diplomatic representation of the Holy See in Abu Dhabi,” Peña Parra said in an interview during his trip.
“And I think that this has