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Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy

 
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Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
The more you see the evidence of God in Catholicism, then, the Great Warning won't take you by surprise. The Great Warning could be next year?

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Was that from the New York fire?

If so just wow that it is still standing, everything else is gone.
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whoopty doo! a statue still standing after a fire.
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I hope this false idol is not fooling anyone.
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Catholic Religion is like a deep well ...without any water.
its deep enough to take you to hell
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Can you smell that?.....What is it?....Sheep is it?....It's cows.....No.....I know what it is, it's:

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I hope this false idol is not fooling anyone.
 Quoting: Not Catholic 21049929


Only the catholics. It's polytheism after all. A path that leads straight to hell. Our Lord does not appreciate worshiping statues or other deities.
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Re: Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
I am sad, the usual denials. See, why it is going to
take God Himself to show you so just remember for right
now...okay? It could be as soon as next year...

What can I say? Do you recall the Asian Tsunami in 2004? A Catholic Cathedral went untouched.


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Tsunami spares Church

ANTO AKKARA


VAILANKANNI, India — Like many Southeast Asian coastal areas, the Diocese of Thanjavur was hit hard by tsunamis resulting from the magnitude-9 earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean Dec. 26. As of Jan. 3, the death toll was more than 155,000 in 12 countries.
But diocesan officials say they saw a miracle at the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health amid the tragedy that took more than 1,000 lives locally, including those of hundreds of pilgrims.

"The killer waves surged and came up to the entrance of the main basilica where the statue of Our Lady of Vailankanni is present and receded after touching the first steps of the basilica's outer door," church officials said in a Dec. 30 statement.

"Faith always rewards," they added.

Quoting eyewitnesses, diocesan officials said the waves stopped at the entrance of India's most popular Marian shrine, which draws 20 million pilgrims a year. Water inundated a bus stand a quartermile behind the shrine, but on same elevation.

"Who can deny and say this is not a miracle? The powerful blessing of Our Lady of Vailankanni has saved thousands of lives, as people who were inside the basilica were untouched by the monstrous killer waves," the statement said.

More than 2,000 pilgrims — including hundreds attending Mass — were at the basilica and its sprawling compound when the waves struck.

The shrine, facing the Bay of Bengal, has a history as a miraculous safe haven. Portuguese sailors escaped a devastating cyclone in the bay in the 17th century and built the shrine in thanksgiving. Today, the shrine is a replica of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.

"The shrine is just 325 feet from the beach. Yet, the water did not enter the basilica compound," said Bishop Devadass Ambrose of Thanjavur who has been camping at the basilica to oversee relief work despite lack of water and electricity for the first four days after the tragedy.
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Re: Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
I am sad, the usual denials. See, why it is going to
take God Himself to show you so just remember for right
now...okay? It could be as soon as next year...

What can I say? Do you recall the Asian Tsunami in 2004? A Catholic Cathedral went untouched.


-------------------------------------------------------

Tsunami spares Church

ANTO AKKARA


VAILANKANNI, India — Like many Southeast Asian coastal areas, the Diocese of Thanjavur was hit hard by tsunamis resulting from the magnitude-9 earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean Dec. 26. As of Jan. 3, the death toll was more than 155,000 in 12 countries.
But diocesan officials say they saw a miracle at the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health amid the tragedy that took more than 1,000 lives locally, including those of hundreds of pilgrims.

"The killer waves surged and came up to the entrance of the main basilica where the statue of Our Lady of Vailankanni is present and receded after touching the first steps of the basilica's outer door," church officials said in a Dec. 30 statement.

"Faith always rewards," they added.

Quoting eyewitnesses, diocesan officials said the waves stopped at the entrance of India's most popular Marian shrine, which draws 20 million pilgrims a year. Water inundated a bus stand a quartermile behind the shrine, but on same elevation.

"Who can deny and say this is not a miracle? The powerful blessing of Our Lady of Vailankanni has saved thousands of lives, as people who were inside the basilica were untouched by the monstrous killer waves," the statement said.

More than 2,000 pilgrims — including hundreds attending Mass — were at the basilica and its sprawling compound when the waves struck.

The shrine, facing the Bay of Bengal, has a history as a miraculous safe haven. Portuguese sailors escaped a devastating cyclone in the bay in the 17th century and built the shrine in thanksgiving. Today, the shrine is a replica of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.

"The shrine is just 325 feet from the beach. Yet, the water did not enter the basilica compound," said Bishop Devadass Ambrose of Thanjavur who has been camping at the basilica to oversee relief work despite lack of water and electricity for the first four days after the tragedy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213


170,000 people died in the tsunami, but thank God a stupid building survived ... YOU JUST DON'T GET IT!!!!!!!
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Re: Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
I am sad, the usual denials. See, why it is going to
take God Himself to show you so just remember for right
now...okay? It could be as soon as next year...

What can I say? Do you recall the Asian Tsunami in 2004? A Catholic Cathedral went untouched.


-------------------------------------------------------

Tsunami spares Church

ANTO AKKARA


VAILANKANNI, India — Like many Southeast Asian coastal areas, the Diocese of Thanjavur was hit hard by tsunamis resulting from the magnitude-9 earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean Dec. 26. As of Jan. 3, the death toll was more than 155,000 in 12 countries.
But diocesan officials say they saw a miracle at the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health amid the tragedy that took more than 1,000 lives locally, including those of hundreds of pilgrims.

"The killer waves surged and came up to the entrance of the main basilica where the statue of Our Lady of Vailankanni is present and receded after touching the first steps of the basilica's outer door," church officials said in a Dec. 30 statement.

"Faith always rewards," they added.

Quoting eyewitnesses, diocesan officials said the waves stopped at the entrance of India's most popular Marian shrine, which draws 20 million pilgrims a year. Water inundated a bus stand a quartermile behind the shrine, but on same elevation.

"Who can deny and say this is not a miracle? The powerful blessing of Our Lady of Vailankanni has saved thousands of lives, as people who were inside the basilica were untouched by the monstrous killer waves," the statement said.

More than 2,000 pilgrims — including hundreds attending Mass — were at the basilica and its sprawling compound when the waves struck.

The shrine, facing the Bay of Bengal, has a history as a miraculous safe haven. Portuguese sailors escaped a devastating cyclone in the bay in the 17th century and built the shrine in thanksgiving. Today, the shrine is a replica of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.

"The shrine is just 325 feet from the beach. Yet, the water did not enter the basilica compound," said Bishop Devadass Ambrose of Thanjavur who has been camping at the basilica to oversee relief work despite lack of water and electricity for the first four days after the tragedy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213


170,000 people died in the tsunami, but thank God a stupid building survived ... YOU JUST DON'T GET IT!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77497


Hey,

You're ignoring which building and the subject of this
thread. That area of Asia was known for sexual slavery
and other sick evil perversions. God's just judgment came down that morning in 2004. It maybe hard to understand so
think of Our Lord's suffering, suffering is redemptive.
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Re: Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
I am sad, the usual denials. See, why it is going to
take God Himself to show you so just remember for right
now...okay? It could be as soon as next year...

What can I say? Do you recall the Asian Tsunami in 2004? A Catholic Cathedral went untouched.


-------------------------------------------------------

Tsunami spares Church

ANTO AKKARA


VAILANKANNI, India — Like many Southeast Asian coastal areas, the Diocese of Thanjavur was hit hard by tsunamis resulting from the magnitude-9 earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean Dec. 26. As of Jan. 3, the death toll was more than 155,000 in 12 countries.
But diocesan officials say they saw a miracle at the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health amid the tragedy that took more than 1,000 lives locally, including those of hundreds of pilgrims.

"The killer waves surged and came up to the entrance of the main basilica where the statue of Our Lady of Vailankanni is present and receded after touching the first steps of the basilica's outer door," church officials said in a Dec. 30 statement.

"Faith always rewards," they added.

Quoting eyewitnesses, diocesan officials said the waves stopped at the entrance of India's most popular Marian shrine, which draws 20 million pilgrims a year. Water inundated a bus stand a quartermile behind the shrine, but on same elevation.

"Who can deny and say this is not a miracle? The powerful blessing of Our Lady of Vailankanni has saved thousands of lives, as people who were inside the basilica were untouched by the monstrous killer waves," the statement said.

More than 2,000 pilgrims — including hundreds attending Mass — were at the basilica and its sprawling compound when the waves struck.

The shrine, facing the Bay of Bengal, has a history as a miraculous safe haven. Portuguese sailors escaped a devastating cyclone in the bay in the 17th century and built the shrine in thanksgiving. Today, the shrine is a replica of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.

"The shrine is just 325 feet from the beach. Yet, the water did not enter the basilica compound," said Bishop Devadass Ambrose of Thanjavur who has been camping at the basilica to oversee relief work despite lack of water and electricity for the first four days after the tragedy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213


170,000 people died in the tsunami, but thank God a stupid building survived ... YOU JUST DON'T GET IT!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77497


Hey,

You're ignoring which building and the subject of this
thread. That area of Asia was known for sexual slavery
and other sick evil perversions. God's just judgment came down that morning in
2004. It maybe hard to understand so
think of Our Lord's suffering, suffering is redemptive.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213


Sexual slavery? oh, you mean marriage! :-)
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Lovely pic..thanks Mary hf
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Holy Mary mother of God Pray for us
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I'm sure plenty of other crap survived, but naturally because one piece of junk happens to be religious in nature, it's a SIGN!

A sign that religious people are morons.
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Re: Statue of the Blessed Mother that survived Hurricane Sandy
Another image of Our Lord's mother (she is mother to all souls) untouched by Sandy...

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