Bp. Sanborn mops the floor with Chaos Frank…
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Great news, everyone: It is time again for a new episode of Francis Watch!
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The latest episode is no. 46. The full podcast can be listened to in the player below.… READ MORE
Annual miracle fails to occur…
Bad Omen: Blood of St. Januarius Fails to Liquefy in Naples
UPDATES 16-DEC-20 21:42 UTC:
The Italian daily Il Mattino reports that the expected miracle of the liquefaction of the blood of the martyr-bishop St.… READ MORE
Brandmuller: “It’s all or nothing”…
Francis: “I may go down in history as the one who split the Catholic Church”!
Just a few hours ago, the online edition of the secularist German periodical Der Spiegel published an interesting article on Francis’ explosive Christmas greetings to his curia yesterday and the general atmosphere in the Vatican. The article, penned by Walter Mayr, is entitled, “Der Papst kocht”, which translates as, “The Pope is fuming”, a reference to Edward Pentin’s recent revelation that Francis was “boiling with rage” at the public release of the dubia submitted by “Cardinals” Burke, Brandmüller, Caffarra, and Meisner in November.… READ MORE
Failure historically portends impending disaster…
NOT THIS TIME:
Italians Alarmed as St. Januarius’ Blood Fails to Liquefy
UPDATE 22-DEC-16 14:10 UTC:
Supervolcano Campi Flegrei near Naples showing signs it could erupt (click)
UPDATE 19-DEC-16 21:09 UTC:
Video of Miracle Non-Occurrence added to end of post (scroll down)
In the very early fourth century, Saint Januarius, bishop of Beneventum in Italy, died a martyr during the bloody persecution of Emperor Diocletian. A relic of his dried blood has been preserved to this day and is kept in the cathedral of the diocese of Napoli (Naples), whose patron saint he is. On three separate occasions each year, the blood liquefies on its own in what appears to be a miracle: on the Saturday before the first Sunday in May; on September 19, which is the feast of St.… READ MORE