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Message Subject more about the Fatima apparitions..
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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come on debunkers..I would like to see you waltz round this one..lol twirl

Then, in the words of Fr. Schiffer: "Suddenly, a terrific explosion filled the air with one bursting thunderstroke. An invisible force lifted me from the chair, hurled me through the air, shook me, battered me, whirled me 'round and 'round like a leaf in a gust of autumn wind." The next thing he remembered, he opened his eyes and he was laying on the ground. He looked around and there was NOTHING in any direction: the railroad station and buildings in all directions were leveled to the ground.

The only physical harm to himself was that he could feel a few pieces of glass in the back of his neck. As far as he could tell, there was nothing else physically wrong with himself. Many thousands were killed or maimed by the explosion.

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 Quoting: wildhoney

here's a debunker for you:

you direct people to:

This coincides with the bombing of Nagasaki where St. Maximilian Kolbe had established a Franciscan Friary which was also unharmed because of special protection from the Blessed Mother, as the Brothers too prayed the daily Rosary and also had no effects from the bomb.)
Fr. Paul Ruge, O.F.M.I

what about the catholic church in the city of Nagasaki where a full church were praying for an end to the suffering in the war.

they were in the catholic church, a full church of people when the bomb over Nagasake exploded annihilating all the people inside.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21269262

Please provide a link..and even if that is the unfortunate case I dont think that takes anything away from the in my opinion outstanding and miraculous survival of the Jesuits..practically unscathed

It is like when someone is miraculously cured..yet another isnt..the fact that one unfortunately isnt blessed by a healing doesnt take anything away from the miraculous healing of the other..dont you think?
 Quoting: wildhoney

no link, it was read from a book about Japan, i think the book's title was Rising Sun: the Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire. i think that was it a pretty hefty book, 800 pages or so of good reading.
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