God will punish the world when men have devised marvelous inventions that will lead them to forget God.
They will have horseless carriages; they will fly like birds.The "Blessed Rembordt" Prophecy
This prophecy does not, at least on a certain level, speak to us as much as some others might (like St. John Bosco's
At any rate, we find this one particularly interesting because he speaks of "horseless carriages" and men "fly[ing] like birds," both of which we have and do. (Predicts Cars and Planes).
Of course, the real interest to be drawn from this prophecy stems from the first part, that "God will punish the world." This prophecy does not, however, speak of any specifics, so we are left to draw our own conclusions.
Although, since the prophecy would seem to indicate a judgement coming relatively soon- since we have, after all, more or less fulfilled it- it is the collusion of multiple prophecies like these that would seem to lend "credence," of a sort, to the apocalyptic theories being floated here and there.
We shall not, at any rate, know the hour and day and so forth of the Judgement, so for now I suppose all we can do is sit back and enjoy tidbits like these.