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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2012, 08:35    Post subject: Inondations à Lourdes Reply with quote

Lourdes Shrine Flooded after John Paul II Relic Exposed for Veneration. Coincidence?



Vatican City, 19 October 2012 (VIS) - A relic of Blessed John Paul II will be transported to the French shrine of Lourdes during a pilgrimage organised by UNITALSI (Italian National Union for Transport of the Sick to Lourdes and International Shrines). The pilgrimage is to take place from 21 to 27 October.
Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski, president of the Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care, has granted UNITALSI permission to take a reliquary containing blood of John Paul II, so that it can be seen and venerated by pilgrims from all over the world.
Speaking on Vatican Radio Salvatore Pagliuccia, president of UNITALSI, noted that we currently are in the Year of Faith, and the Synod of Bishops is meeting to examine the question of new evangelisation, "a theme very close to John Paul II's heart". That Pope's "influence is still felt in the Church and among the faithful", he said. Thus, "the presence of the reliquary of the blessed on the pilgrimage is a very significant sign, because it represents the presence of his ideas and his sentiments, above all the presence of the love which, as man and as pastor, he gave to people, to the faithful, and in particular to the sick and those with disabilities".
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Now, the "sign" from heaven:

Huge flood in Lourdes have made evacuation of pilgrims necessary at the precise time the relics are to trave therein for their benefit!

Hundreds evacuated as floods swamp Lourdes
Sun, 21 October 2012
LOURDES, France — Floods caused by days of non-stop rain in southwest France caused the closure of most of the Catholic sanctuary of Lourdes yesterday and the evacuation of hundreds of pilgrims, local authorities said. Buses ferried guests from hotels in the lower town to a conference centre and a sports complex as officials said the sites would stay closed for several days.
Two campsites were also evacuated and several roads closed around Lourdes, where Catholics believe the Virgin Mary appeared to peasant girl Bernadette Soubirous in a grotto in 1858, as the river Gave de Pau burst its banks. The water was around one metre deep in front of the grotto and 80 centimetres in the avenue du Paradis, where most of the hotels for pilgrims are located, after what officials said was the worst flooding in 25 years.
Only the massive basilica, built on higher ground, was still accessible. "The space in front of the grotto is entirely covered with water, the altar is under water," Thierry Castillo, the custodian of the sanctuaries, said. "There are torrents of mud," he said, predicting major damage which would be costly to repair. Castillo singled out the hydroelectric plant which provides power to the sanctuaries, which was badly damaged by floating tree trunks.
The Gave de Pau was three metres (10 feet) above its usual level Saturday morning and still rising, as weather forecasters predicted that the rain that has been falling non-stop since Thursday would continue until Sunday. A heavy downpour is forecast for Saturday evening and night. In the same region 3,500 homes were still without electricity after strong winds Thursday and Friday brought down power lines "I've seen nothing like it in 40 years," said hotel-owner Pierre Barrere as he watched the pilgrims being evacuated.
Catherine Brun from Grenoble in southeast France was told to leave at 8:30 a.m. (0630GMT). She said she had just had time to take her car from the garage before the water suddenly rose. Rescuers evacuated her mother, who is frail, in a boat some hours later. The two women were taken to another hotel. Lourdes attracted more than six million visitors last year. The Catholic church recognises 68 miracles linked to it and many disabled or sick people go there to pray for a cure. —

Source : http://www.cathinfo.com/catholic.php/Lourdes-Shrine-Flooded-after-John-Paul…

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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2012, 08:51    Post subject: Inondations à Lourdes Reply with quote

Dans ce contexte doit avoir lieu le pélerinage du Christ-Roi de la FSSPX le week-end prochain...
Les reliques de JP II, c'est vraiment n'importe quoi... Elles n'auront pas fait de miracle... Jamais inondation pareille depuis 40 ans...

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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2012, 09:04    Post subject: Inondations à Lourdes Reply with quote

Jean Paul II ?
l 'homme d' Assise, 
celui qui voulait génocider les traditionalistes  par asphyxie ?
en les privant de prêtres? 

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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2012, 16:03    Post subject: Inondations à Lourdes Reply with quote

  Dommage que les reliques n'aient pas été emportées...

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PostPosted: Mon 22 Oct 2012, 17:47    Post subject: Inondations à Lourdes Reply with quote

Ou heureusement ! Elles auraient pollué la rivière jusqu ' à l ' océan !

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