Earthquake near Rome

Pachamama is a gift that keeps on giving.

There was an earthquake near Rome today. HERE

This came one day after Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, described on EWTN how Pachamama is worshiped above Jesus in Peru, and how an earthquake destroyed a Peruvian town. Interesting story.

Coincidence? Uh huh. Probably just another one of those crazy coincidences that seem to happen all the time.

Meanwhile, this is how Pachamama was greeted by a priest in Mexico City. See LifeSite for the whole story. HERE

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  1. Suzanne says:

    Oh my gosh! I told my husband last night that there will be an earthquake at St Peter’s because of the sacrilege done there with that plant on the alter! This could very well be a warning.

  2. MikeRogers says:

    I was so pleased to see that good priest burning that dreadful pagan idol. How could the Holy Father get mixed up in that nonsense?

  3. Kukla65th says:

    It’s important for Fr Pacwa to have said all this on EWTN. Other than Mother Angelica herself he’s maybe the most long-tenured religious on the network. Without Mother to make a memorable statement, (and oh if she were still here), and Fr Groeschel, he’s the one person that sort of has the calling to be a bold voice on the network. Raymond Arroyo does is a great service as well with the “papal posse” segments on his show.

  4. hilltop says:

    The second video showing the prayer and fire of reparation has the Priest contrasting Our Lady of Guadeloupe with the pachamama. (I refuse to capitalize that name). Of course!
    Our Lady is with Child. Our Lady of Guadeloupe is also Patroness of the Americas. It occurred to me that perhaps Satan, by his use of the pachamama, is trying to get at Mary Our Mother? Trying to mock her? Trying to replace her? Tempting her to despair of her prayers and intercessions for the Church?
    Mary our Mother, know of our love for you!
    To thee do we cry!
    It will strike your heel while you strike at its head!

  5. LeeGilbert says:

    Fr. Pacwa’s demeanor and comments put me in mind of this passage from “On the Sanctity and Duties of the Monastic State” by De Rance’: “Those persons are mistaken who make Christian piety consist in a perpetual undisturbed mildness, or rather, in a languid effeminate disposition of soul on the pretext that peace ought not to be troubled.”

    Fr. Pacwa rose to the occasion. And our bishops? Not so much.

    When the bishops meet next week, would to God they issue a sharp repudiation of the Amazon Synod, repudiate and express their horror at the idolatry in the Vatican Gardens, laugh the Pope’s communication team to scorn, thank Alexander Tschueggel for his gesture, and ask Pope Francis for his resignation. In other words, do something that makes sense for once.

    From two archbishops this past week I heard once again the tiresome talk about evangelization. Evangelization in this ecclesial climate? Come for a ride on the Titanic.

    What could be more evangelical than such a statement by the Bishops conference? What could do more to establish that we Catholics are not idolaters, have no stomach for it, and utterly repudiate both it and its useful idiots? THAT would be evangelical.

  6. The Cobbler says:

    Curiously, she’s supposed to send earthquakes if she’s displeased.

    But seeing as she’s a “fertility” demon, it wouldn’t at all surprise me if she is displeased even though she is worshipped. Demons can never really be happy. If you don’t believe me, look at the humans who follow them or the fallacious, self-contradictory ideas they represent.

    (Of course, we know God is in charge, not some wooden mockery of women. But we also know He allows every evil the Devil accomplishes. And we know in the end He allows people to choose Hell over Himself. I wouldn’t at all put it past Him to “punish” people by allowing them to get what they want. So it was with Israel – His chosen people! – in the Babylonian exile after their idolatry, after all: enslaved to the pagans whose gods they worshipped.)

  7. PostCatholic says:

    Yep, coincidence. If God has anything to with deliberately causing geologic cataclysms, he’s more violent than the Air Force. At least they target their bombs.

  8. JonPatrick says:

    That video by Fr. Pacwa should be viewed by all Catholics, it sums up the situation very nicely. I like his idea about promoting the wearing of the scapulars as a countermeasure to this nonsense.

  9. Philmont237 says:

    I also don’t think it was coincidence that the Caliph was killed on the traditional Feast of Christ the King.

  10. Ave Maria says:

    It is a good thing that the priest in Mexico was not under a cardinal like the one in Chicago!

  11. JustaSinner says:

    When the Mexican priest lit off the pachamonster, is it bad that the Trammps “Disco Inferno” was going through my mind?

  12. cengime says:

    A flagello terræmotus, libera nos, Domine!

  13. Kerry says:

    Lee Gilbert, that’s a negative on resignation, rather “Penance, penance, penance”.

  14. teomatteo says:

    Justasinner…”…burn the mama down”

  15. Johann says:

    Fr. Pacwa is a faithful Jesuit in a time when the term has become for many an oxymoron.

  16. Kathleen10 says:

    We appreciate Fr. Mitch speaking on this topic. He has spoken plainly about Pachamama, and that’s good because EWTN’s audience will probably not be aware of what happened and he is really informing the mainstream Catholic, who ought to be told what is going on in Rome! Certainly their bishops won’t tell them. His story about Peru is a really interesting one, wow.
    And now there has been an earthquake in Rome, felt in Rome.
    We are in dire need of men in the church identifying Francis has the origin of these scandals and actions against Christ, His Mother, and the faith. It is not right that souls could be lost because they are trustingly following Francis, who we now see will lead Catholics to worship false gods and break the First Commandment. Someone must warn them, someone must tell them. We need shepherd’s of souls to state plainly the case, so the people know. Fr. Mitch may suffer a bit for his fidelity, because his actions will not go unnoticed and the Jesuits seem a big, evil club. Defending God often has a price. God be with him, Our Lady pray for him.

  17. Katrinka Yobotz says:

    Fr. Pacwa’s “Knock it off!” was perfect.
    Link to GIF of idol being knocked off the bridge

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