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Japan Earthquake: An Angry God Protected Catholic Akita From Destruction (Say Catholics)

by | 16th, March 2011

THE  Catholic News Agency has published a story that seems to suggest the Catholics are getting a special protection from the earthquake and the tsunami that hit Japan. It wasn’t the global warming nor the whales nor the stars that triggered the tsunami it was a mighty Catholic God:

The epicenter of the earthquake that caused a deadly March 11 tsunami is located near the site of an apparition in which Mary warned about a worldwide disaster that could afflict humanity.

…The city of Akita , which experienced fire damage and flooding along with many parts of northern Japan, is a place of veneration for Catholics.

In 1973, the Virgin Mary was said to have predicted a number of future events including natural disasters even more serious than Friday’s earthquake and tsunami during three appearances to a Japanese religious sister, Sr. Agnes Sasagawa.

…” If men do not repent and better themselves, God the Father will inflict a terrible punishment on all humanity ,” Mary reportedly told Sr. Agnes. It will be a punishment greater than the (biblical) flood, such as never seen before.

“Fire will fall from the sky and will wipe out a great part of humanity, the good as well as the bad, sparing neither priests nor faithful,” she said. “The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church, in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against bishops.”

…Reports from Akita following Friday’s earthquake indicate that the city received significantly less damage than other parts of northern Japan, despite its proximity to the epicenter. However, residents did report power outages, burst pipes, and fires…

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