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For centuries, church and prophecy scholars have studied the predictions of a 12th century Irish saint, but most laymen paid no attention until now.

St. Malachy was known for accurately predicting events during his own lifetime and for countless miraculous healings; including the son of Scotland’s King David in 1140.

But he also reportedly received a heavenly vision, the church calls a “personal revelation,” that identified the next 112 popes would lead the Catholic church before the end of time.

The list vanished for hundreds of years, and many think it’s fake of forged.

The church doesn’t endorse it, and says the Latin phrases are often obscure.  But true believers claim the prophecies are 85 to 95% accurate.

**For more, watch Suzanne Stratford’s report above this story**