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To: Mach9

There has been a fair amount of wind and rain in Rome in the last few days (I happen to have been checking the weather there because I was planning a trip to Rome, by coincidence, in the next few weeks).

So I’d say it’s probably real.

When I was at World Youth Day in Madrid two years ago, a horrible wind and rain storm broke out and lightning was slamming down all around us. The Pope sat there, eyes closed, praying, and this was the only thing that calmed down the nearly 1 million people who were there and let us last out the storm.

At the time, it seemed to me that the Devil was striking at the Pope and this is how it seems to me in this photo, too.

So to me, that means that the Pope is doing the right thing by resigning, and something really bad must be brewing - but he has averted it for now and Satan is angry.


10 posted on 02/12/2013 5:34:03 PM PST by livius
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To: livius

Some signs are too ambivalent to have meaning. I have more faith in the Pope’s infallibility ex cathedra than I have in any signs.


14 posted on 02/12/2013 5:42:30 PM PST by Mach9
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To: livius

So to me, that means that the Pope is doing the right thing by resigning....

^^^
I am sure he has done much praying about his decision. It occurred to me this evening that perhaps he learned that he is in the early stages of dementia. Whatever the reason for his decision, I am sure he has taken the right path for the Church.

Prayers up for him, for his successor, and for the Church. May the Holy Spirit send His Wisdom upon all of us.


22 posted on 02/12/2013 6:13:49 PM PST by Bigg Red (Restore us, O God of hosts; let your face shine, that we may be saved! -Ps80)
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