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Monday, January 17, 2011

 QUESTION FOR YOU:  ARE THESE TWO ARTICLES CONNECTED IN ANY WAY??
http://calcatholic.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?id=911100e2-05ae-496f-987f-db408c6cecae



http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thelookout/20110117/us_yblog_thelookout/scientists-warn-california-could-be-struck-by-winter-superstorm

I'M GUESSING:  YES- GOD HAS HAD ABOUT ENOUGH!

6 comments:

sister clare said...

The first article is sick. The second one sounds possible. I am more worried about the san andreas fault located just 10 miles from me. Since I live in a desert, I am not too concerned about the flooding as much as a huge earthquake overdue here for a long time. I know that the future does not look good. Father just mentioned to not worry about these things, but just to keep sanctifying grace in your souls at all times. Who cares what happens to the body? It is the immortal soul that should be focused on at all times.

St. John the Evangelist said...

I'd believe it a lot more if the Museum is one of buildings destroyed by bad weather.

Michael W. Beatty said...

Very interesting. We are witnessing the unfolding of biblical prophesies right in front of our eyes.

Bridget said...

Sister Clare - everytime I read something about California I think of you and your family. Father is absolutely right - there is nothing we can do about it and just because some scientist said so, God is still in charge.
We have no guarantees that we will be here tomorrow so just continue to pray, do good works and look up - our redemption is nigh!

Sancta Cecelia said...

What about the unprecedented flooding in Australia? Weren't they really getting very "New Age"?

Bridget said...

I agree Sister Cecelia that all over the world God is really having His Voice heard by unprecedented "natural" disasters. What other way can HE get our attention than to put us in such dire straits that we fall on our knees and cry out for mercy!

Unfortunately, many either do it for a short period and then return to their wicked ways or just don't even think to do it.