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Sunday, 30 October 2016

Another earthquake in Italy - Norcia monastery of Sts. Benedict and Scholastica destroyed! - Quake felt in Rome, Bergoglio to Lund to praise Luther



A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck this morning in Italy again, destroying the Basilica of Sts. Benedict and Scholastica in Norcia. The Basilica was already damaged after the previous quake. People have been rescued, no deaths are yet confirmed.

The quake was felt in Rome, again.

Today is the Feast of Christ the King; a feast proclaimed by Pope Pius XI to acknowledge the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ and to refute the "Reformation Sunday" on the Last Sunday of October proclaimed by Protestants. Tomorrow, Jorge Bergoglio, one of the two apparent Bishops of Rome, will travel to Lund, Sweden to thank God for Martin Luther.

16 comments:

Ana Milan said...

Pity that God didn't strike Casa di Santa Marta - that would have surely stopped his trip to Lund. Of course, it may yet be in His plans. When are our leadership going to wake up & condemn this man? It not enough to say that PB is still a valid pope while maintaining there cannot be two popes. This matter must be decided at once. The CDF will lose credibility until it is!

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

"one of the two apparent Bishops of Rome,"

I'd say he's apparently not bishop of anywhere, since heretical.

Anonymous said...

Heartbreaking.
Tragically nature writes once again, on the heartland of the Church, an event analogous for what transpires in the Church Universal.
And now to Lund.
Heartbreaking.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope that the Holy Father cancels his trip to Sweden and uses the money he would have spent on helping the victims of the earthquake!
Florida John

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

"Pity that God didn't strike Casa di Santa Marta - that would have surely stopped his trip to Lund."

But God did that earlier.

The householder of Bergoglio in Casa di Santa Marta was pregnant and died (with her child, I presume) because of diabetes.

Anonymous said...

Excellent idea! Maybe you should tweet that to PF.

Anonymous said...

When did that happen? I never heard of it.

Osusanna said...

Great idea Florida John!

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Nothing would stop Bergoglio's trip to Lund.
Everything that happens can and will be interpreted by Bergoglio as the Holy Ghost's urging to push "forward". If Bergoglio's sleeping quarters disappeared in a sink hole, he would claim: God took my room and my bed, to tell me in no uncertain terms that I must go to Lund no matter what.

People, it is time to stop imagining that Bergoglio might not be fully possessed by one desire only - to demolish the Catholic Church. It is a demolition from within, as announced long ago.

Kathleen said...

QUOTE:
Today is the Feast of Christ the King; a feast proclaimed by Pope Pius XI to acknowledge the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ and to refute the "Reformation Sunday" on the Last Sunday of October proclaimed by Protestants.
END QUOTE.

That really deserves emphasis.

After I read the news and finished praying for our poor brothers and sisters in Norcia I just haven't been able to let go of the conviction that this was significant.

Really. Really. Significant.

I had learned the origin of the feast of Christ the King in the past but it just wasn't coming to mind.

But you're right, Vox. That's it.

May God have mercy upon us.

Vox Consolatoris said...

Rome will be destroyed soon. Seems that Our Lord wants to do it Himself before ISIS gets a chance. Babylon for the Jews...the earth itself for His Church.

Anonymous said...

Damage is spread all the way to Rome, a hundred miles away, including a crack above the main arch of St. Paul Outside the Walls, built in the 4th century by Constantine. This is the place with the mosaic portraits of all the popes. https://nonvenipacem.com/2016/10/30/the-pace-of-events-signs-signs-everywhere-are-signs/

Anonymous said...

What's this talk about the feast of Christ the King?
I just checked the calendar it's November 20th this year...am I missing
something here?

Vox Cantoris said...

Yes. You are missing something.

http://voxcantor.blogspot.ca/2013/10/christ-is-king-in-hear-and-now-and.html

The Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King was Sunday, yesterday. It was instituted in 1925 by Pope Pius XI to overlay "Reformation Sunday" --- you know, the Pope in Lund today? It was to stress the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ and to refute the Freemason and communist murderers in Mexico.

Viva Cristo Rey!

Read the link and come to tradition.

JayBee said...

Stunning picture... strangely analogous to the Church... collapsing in on itself while facade remains standing.

Hans Georg Lundahl said...

When did God strike Casa Santa Marta?

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2016/01/30/pope_mourns_casa_santa_marta_worker/1204872