For there shall arise false Christs and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders, insomuch as to deceive (if possible) even the elect. Behold I have told it to you, beforehand. MtMARCH 21
Naples (Italy) (AFP) - It was a miracle! Or maybe not. The dried blood of Naples' patron saint Januarius half-liquified Saturday during a ceremony when Pope Francis held and kissed the relic while on a visit to the southern Italian city. Archbishop of Naples Crescenzio Sepe showed the glass vial to the congregation in the city's cathedral and declared: "The blood has half liquified, which shows that Saint Januarius loves our pope and Naples." Francis, known for his plain speaking, quipped that he and his fellow visitors to the city's cathedral had failed to win the saint's full affection. "The bishop just announced that the blood half-liquified. We can see the saint only half loves us." "We must all spread the word, so that he loves us more!"
LIMA, Peru (AP) — At least 37 people were killed and more than 84 injured when three buses and a truck collided early Monday on Peru's main coastal highway. Police chief Gen. Jorge Flores said the most seriously injured were helicoptered to Lima from the scene in Huarmey some 200 miles north of the capital. Police say a bus owned by the company Murga Serrano strayed into the oncoming lane and slammed head-on into the first of the other two buses. The truck then plowed into the wreckage. Survivors said it took emergency crews about three hours to reach the scene, according to local media. The government sent five medical specialists to Huarmey to help the small clinic there care for the injured. It was Peru's deadliest road accident since October 2013, when 51 people were killed near Cuzco when an overloaded truck fell into a ravine.
HANOI, March 25 (Reuters) - - Vietnamese soldiers and police joined a rescue mission on Thursday searching for survivors after a huge scaffolding collapsed, killing 14 workers and injuring 30 in central Vietnam, the government and state television said. Two of the dead workers are still trapped under the rubble of the structure that collapsed on Wednesday night in the Vung Ang economic zone of Ha Tinh province. All the victims are Vietnamese, state-run Vietnam Television (VTV) said. Rescuers were working urgently to help the victims, Deputy Chairman Dang Quoc Khanh of the provincial People's Committee said in the broadcast. Many of the injured were in hospital in critical condition, VTV said. It showed pictures of rescue workers digging through the rubble of the collapsed steel structure. The accident happened at a seaport project that is part of a complex owned by Taiwan's Formosa group. The workers are from a Vietnamese sub-contractor hired by Samsung C&T Corp, a unit of South Korea's Samsung Group, the state-run Thanh Nien newspaper said. "At the construction site, there were thousands of workers, so the number of workers in distress is not yet accurately calculated," Pham Tran De, deputy head of the zone's management board told the online VnExpress newspaper. The incident was the latest setback for the Vung Ang economic zone, which was hit by rioting and arson attacks on facilities employing Chinese workers last year, as anti-China sentiment erupted in the wake of a maritime territorial row.
PATNA, India (AP) — A bus driver lost control of his vehicle on a sharp curve on a mountain road in eastern India and plunged into a gorge, killing at least 11 people, police said Monday. Twenty-six passengers were injured, some critically, in the accident in Garhwa district of Jharkhand state, police Superintendent Priyadarshi Alok said. He said the bus overturned after it fell. The bus was traveling from Raipur city to the neighboring state of Bihar when the accident occurred. India has the world's deadliest roads, with more than 110,000 people killed annually. Most accidents are blamed on reckless driving, poor road maintenance or aging vehicles.
LIMA, Peru (AP) — Authorities say 21 people were killed and 38 seriously injured when a bus veered off the road and plunged into a ravine in Peru's southeastern Andes Mountains. It is the second deadly road accident in Peru in a week. Last Monday, 38 people died and 84 were injured when three buses and a truck collided on the South American country's main coastal highway. The latest accident took place on Monday in Ayacucho province. The bus fell into a 1,000-meter (3,280-foot) deep ravine, Col. Orfiles Bravo told local media. He said the cause of the accident was still not known. He said the bus was reduced to "a mass of twisted metal."
NAIROBI, April 2 (Reuters) - Gunmen stormed a Kenyan college campus in the north eastern town of Garissa in the early hours of Thursday morning, setting off explosions and exchanging gunfire with security services for several hours, Kenyan media and Red Cross said. The stand-off was ongoing at the Garissa University College, Kenya's Daily Nation newspaper and Capital FM radio station said. No group has claimed responsibility for the raid yet. In the past, Somali Islamist militant group al Shabaab has carried out several attacks in Garissa and across Kenya, including the 2013 attack on an upscale shopping mall in the capital Nairobi.
“In the year 1864, Lucifer together with a large number of demons will be unloosed from hell; they will put an end to faith little by little, even in those dedicated to God. They will blind them in such a way, that, unless they are blessed with a special grace, these people will take on the spirit of these angels of hell; several religious institutions will lose all faith and will lose many souls.Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
Several will abandon the faith, and a great number of priests and members of religious orders will break away from the true religion; among these people there will even be bishops. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
"Francis / Bishop of Rome."
Francis The Destroyer
For In Those Days Jesus Christ Will Send Them Not A True Pastor, But A Destroyer ~ St. Francis