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Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!

 
Luisport

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10/21/2012 01:03 PM

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Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
In Lourdes in southwestern France, the high rainfall caused floods, which led to the withdrawal of pilgrims to the famous Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes.

The river overflowed Gave, which also ended up flooding the famous cave site. [link to www.cmjornal.xl.pt]
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Re: Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
Twenty Spanish provinces are, from this Saturday, on high alert due to bad weather too.
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10/21/2012 01:18 PM

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Re: Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
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10/21/2012 01:20 PM
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Re: Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
Some kinda sign maybe?
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10/21/2012 01:39 PM

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Re: Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
Some kinda sign maybe?
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weather change...
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Re: Bad weather forces the removal of believers from the Sanctuary of Lourdes!!!
Flash Flood in France on Sunday, 21 October, 2012 at 03:41 (03:41 AM) UTC.

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The traditional pilgrimage to Lourdes hasturned into a true adventure for hundreds of people this year. The torrential rains hitting the French Pyrenees have caused several floods both in the city itself and at the sanctuary itself, and have forced at least 500 pilgrims to leave their hotels and seek shelter elsewhere. Hotels near the Gave de Pau river have all evacuated their guests, as the river has broken its banks and now threatens both the hotels and the Lourdes grotto. The pilgrims have also had to leave the Pierrefitte-Nastalas area and the Cauterets campground, suffering under torrential rain for the past three days. The French weather forecaster Meteo France reports that in several areas of the Upper Pyrenees, 200 litres of water per square metre have come down, a with a record high of 300 litres in Gavarnie near the border with Spain. In south-eastern France there have been a number of power outages.
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