“Chaos Frank” strikes again…

Fire breaks out at Nativity Church shortly after Francis visits Bethlehem


The Grotto of the Nativity damaged by the fire
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UPDATE 28-MAY-2014 10:48 GMT:

[The following is for all those who are not yet completely brain-dead and willing to at least entertain the idea that maybe, just maybe, a man who refuses to adhere to Catholic teaching, constantly professes heresy, commits public acts of apostasy, scoffs at Catholic Tradition, and loves to make friends with the enemies of Christ, might not in fact be a valid Pope of the Catholic Church. If you are not one who is willing to at least think about whether this might in fact be a reasonable position to hold in face of the overwhelming evidence, then please go back to your own fantasy world. “Let them alone: they are blind, and leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both will fall into the pit” (Mt 15:14). See also Lk 16:31 and ask yourself just what sort of additional evidence you are waiting for.]

Less than 48 hours after the apostate “Pope” Francis visited Bethlehem’s Nativity Church, which houses the famous grotto marking the spot where Jesus Christ, God Incarnate, was born 2,000 years ago of the Virgin Mary, a fire broke out that damaged the grotto itself, various wall hangings, holy pictures, and other items. The cause of the fire has been identified as “an oil lamp that fell over”, and while we have no reason to doubt this, we reserve the right to suppose that the agent that tipped the oil lamp was one of the angels of the Apocalypse (cf. Apoc 14:9-10), in retaliation for Francis’ tour of apostasy a few hours before.

Here are several news reports covering the fire at Bethlehem’s beautiful Nativity Grotto:

While some news reports suggest that the damage caused by the fire was minor, photos of the damaged grotto seem to tell a different story (click each image for larger view):

Three Words: “Francis Was Here”


More Photos Here (Click)

Wherever Francis goes, there is mayhem, always theologically and spiritually, sometimes even physically. We call him “Chaos Frank” for a reason.

It’s pretty evident that Almighty God is making it extremely easy now to “get it.” Ever since Jorge Bergoglio’s election on March 13, 2013, the Vatican II Church has been in utter turmoil.

He who has eyes to see, let him see.

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