Friday, January 31, 2014

Catholic Satanists To 'Resurrect' Pope JP2?

NOT in the Bible; NOT required for Salvation,;
Weird Satanic Catholic rituals which can only be EVIL

Catholic Church appeals for the return of a reliquary, containing the blood of Pope John Paul II, that was stolen from a remote church in the Apennines.

Incense is offered in worship of the blood of the late Pope. Truly demonic and a ritual to honor Satan.
Incense is offered in worship of the blood of the late Pope by the former Vatican secretary of state. Truly demonic and a ritual to honor Satan.

A religious reliquary containing the blood of Pope John Paul II that was taken from a remote church in the mountains of central Italy may have been stolen to order, police believe.

The reliquary, a piece of cloth stained with the blood of the late Pope and encased in gold, was taken during a break-in at the Church of St Peter of Ienca, a tiny stone chapel in the Apennine mountains which is dedicated to the Polish pontiff.

Italian Police believe it may have been stolen by thieves who were hoping to sell it on the black market for religious relics, rather than taken by opportunists or vandals.

Relics that are linked to him are likely to become even more esteemed when he is made a saint during a ceremony at the Vatican in April.

The one that was stolen features a fragment of cloth that was purportedly taken from the cassock worn by the Pope when Mehmet Ali Agca, a lone Turkish gunman, shot him in St Peter’s Square during a failed assassination attempt in May 1981.

The thieves sawed through bars on a window to the church, which lies in the shadow of Gran Sasso, the highest mountain in the Apennine range, but otherwise left little trace of their presence.
“They didn’t take any money, even though they would have had all the time they needed to ransack the church,” said Franca Corrieri, the custodian who discovered the theft at the weekend.
Her father, Pasquale Corrieri, who also looks after the church, said he believed the reliquary had been stolen “to order”.

He said he was “dismayed” by the theft of the reliquary, which bears the Latin words “Ex sanguine Beati Joannis Pauli II Papae.”

There has also been speculation in Italy that the object of religious veneration was stolen by a satanic group for use in some kind of ritual.

Giuseppe Petrocchi, the archbishop of the nearby city of L’Aquila, called for the reliquary to be returned as soon as possible and called the theft “deplorable and sacrilegious.”

“I appeal to those who carried out this deplorable act. Give back to the Church in L’Aquila the reliquary of our protector,” the archbishop said.
Source: The Telegraph, UK.

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