UPDATE: POPE FRANCIS FLY OVER DOOM FOR UGANDA: Uganda’s Oldest Nun Sr Boneventura Rosa Nambi DIES At 105

"Insomuch that they brought forth the sick into the streets, and laid them on beds and couches, that when Peter came, his shadow at the least, might overshadow any of them, and they might be delivered from their infirmities." Acts of Apostles 5:15

St. Peter's shadow healed the sick

The shadow of Pope Francis' Plane will bring death and destruction to those countries he flew over....

How many deaths?


Sr Boneventura Rosa Nambi
Abu Bakr Abdel Moneim Ramadan 
Abdullah Morsi 

Sends the Telegram of DOOM to the President of the Republic of Uganda:

and the next day this happens....

Uganda’s oldest nun dies at 105  

A sombre mood engulfed Daughters of Mary (Bannabikira) Sisters, in Bwanda, Kalungu District, on Friday evening as mourners gathered to give Uganda’s oldest nun a befitting send off.

The mood was heightened as the Rev Sr Boneventura Rosa Nambi’s body was lowered into the grave, bringing to an end the life of a nun who served God until her death.

Born on October 10, 1913, Sr Nambi, was to celebrate her 106th birth day next month.

During the requiem Mass at Bwanda Convent on Friday, sorrow and grief was evidently written on the faces of relatives, nuns and priests.

Masaka Diocesan Bishop Emeritus John Baptist Kaggwa, who led the Mass, described the deceased as a prayerful, humble, jolly and nice servant of God.

“Sr Nambi was not selfish, she would share the good and bad with her fellow nuns and pupils. Above all, she has been committed to God and there is no doubt that she went straight to heaven,” Bishop Kaggwa said. He added that Sr Nambi is among the few nuns who understood why they committed to serve God which he attributed to the good foundation she got from her parents. He also wondered whether the deceased was speaking directly to God because she even knew that her time to die had come.

The Rev Sr Noeline Namusoke, the congregation’s presiding superior general, said Sr Nambi succumbed to stroke which had weakened her body.

Before she breathed her last on Thursday, Sr Namusoke said, a group of Bannabiikira Sisters visited Sr Nambi and she welcomed them well but asked why they were many and what they wanted.

“They [nuns] replied that they had come to see her, then she asked them to leave her go, one of them asked her where she was going and then she replied that I am going to meet Jesus,” she said.

Sr Namusoke told mourners that the deceased had asked her during her 104th birthday celebrations to inform her relatives to strengthen their faith because most of them are weak. “She even told me that I should tell nuns in the convent that they ought to love God with all their hearts so they keep closer to Him,” Sr Namusoke said  Source

Going for five....