Is this one the hidden message of the coming pilgrimage and prayer of the Jesuit pope?
-----> "Don't try to change the religious map of Europe, or you'll find us disposed to slaughter you no more or less we slaughtered millions of people from 1914 to 1945 to reach our Counter Reformation goals".
"...The Pope will visit Redipuglia: September 13th event
By the Pope in person the official announcement and surprise: he will pray in the military shrine to the fallen of the Great War
Official announcement from the Vatican. Francis Pope will visit the Shrine of military monumental cemetery of Redipuglia. The event is set for September 13th.
It was the Pope himself to reveal his plans: in a meeting with a delegation of the Carabinieri, Bergoglio said: "On September 13, I'll go to pilgrimage to the shrine of military cemetery opf Redipuglia to pray for the fallen of all wars." He added: "The occasion was the centenary of the beginning of the huge tragedy that was the First World War» Etc. Etc.
What is the monumental cemetery, the shrine of Redipuglia? Just only 25 kilometres from my home......:
"....The military memorial Redipuglia is a monumental military cemetery located in Friuli Venezia Giulia, built during the fascist era  and dedicated to the memory of more than 100,000 Italian soldiers died during the First World War. It is located within the municipal area of Fogliano Redipuglia in the province of Gorizia (Friuli-Venezia Giulia). The huge size and the wide area involved in memory of the park make it the largest military memorial in Italy and one of the largest in the world. Every 4 November in the presence of the President of the Senate, acting for the President of the Republic engaged in contemporary celebrations similar to the Altar of the Fatherland, the shrine serves as a place of commemoration for all 689,000 soldiers died during the First World War. The monument is the centerpiece of a memorial park of over 100 hectares, which includes parts of the Carso theater during the Great War of harsh battles.The grand staircase of stone that forms the shrine Redipuglia is positioned directly in front of the hill of St. Elias, the former headquarters of the cemetery of war whose remains were moved to the current monumental shrine. The whole area was converted to a park of "memory" or "remembrance": tunnels, trenches, craters, unexploded ammunition and machine gun nests were stored on the site in memory of the war
The memorial monument was designed by a working group chaired by the architect Giovanni Greppi and the sculptor Giannino Castiglioni. Work began in 1935 with a massive use of men and means that after 3 years of uninterrupted work allowed the inauguration of the monument September 18, 1938 in the presence of Mussolini and more than 50,000 veterans of the Great War.  The monument from birth until 1998, was administered by the Ministry of Defense, which has been responsible for maintaining and in 1999 came under the administration of the Province of Gorizia. 
Military cemetery or the shrine of Redipuglia, is located inside the lower part of the blue area, a little west and north to the town of Monfalcone; if you move the red line from Trieste westward approx. near the location of the shrine of Redipuglia, you reach the east part of BERLIN (meanwhile the actual line reaches the east sands of Berlin as described by cardinal Wiseman; see the link below the picture):