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CNN Series “Pope” Episode 1 Re. St. Peter Is FAKE NEWS!

by Anura Guruge


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From my book “Popes: 101 Facts & Trivia“.


The first episode of CNN’sPope‘ series, which aired on Sunday, March 11, 2018, is titled “How Peter Became The First Pope“.

That is FAKE NEWS.

That is akin to having a documentary entitled “How Hillary Became The First Female President“.

It basically did NOT happen.

There is absolutely no proof, historic or Biblical, that Peter was the first pope. There is not even any evidence that St. Peter, unlike St. Paul, ever came to Rome!

That Peter is said to be the first pope is a tradition. A custom.

CNN never mentions that. Fake news.

It prattles on as if this was all true.

Fake news.

I have written about this till I am bue in the face. Do your own research.


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2 responses to “CNN Series “Pope” Episode 1 Re. St. Peter Is FAKE NEWS!”

  1. Kathi McGough says :

    While the CNN series about the Papcy is interesting, I note that it doesn’t contain any mention about the Inquistions. I am not Catholic but am an amateur historian and noted that Liam Neeson talks about Hitler being ELECTED Chancellor of Germany. This is erroneous. Hitler was NEVER elected as Chancellor or any other political office. President von Hindenburg (reluctantly) APPOINTED him as Chancellor in 1933 after he was re-elected as Germany’s President. Hitler took full power after Hindenburg’s death.

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