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Saturday, 26 April 2014

Miracle worker or cursed servant of the devil??? When God exposes the idiotism of Roman Catholicism : Pope John Paul II Crucifix Falls, Crushes Man to Death: Can you Imagine a miracle worker who could not miraculously save his statue from killing a young man!!!

Crashed Statue of Pope Paul II

 

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 A woman looks at statues of Pope John Paul II (left) and Pope John XXIII at a wax museum in Rome. Photo: Getty Images 

 

Pope John Paul II Crucifix Falls, Crushes Man to Death

A man was crushed to death when a giant crucifix dedicated to Pope John Paul II collapsed and fell on him, ITV News reports. The accident came just days before a historic canonization that will see the late pope declared a saint.

The 98-foot-high wooden and concrete cross fell during a ceremony in the Italian Alpine village of Cevo on Thursday, killing 21-year-old student Marco Gusmini. Another man was taken to hospital.
The structure was dedicated to John Paul II on his visit to the region in 1998.

— ITV News is NBC News' U.K. partner

 

 

Catholic “Jesus” crushed Italian

Pope John Paul II crucifix crushes man to death in northern Italy.
This Catholic copy of the Messiah was not able even to save him self.
This Catholic copy of the Messiah was not able even to save him self.
The 100ft high wooden cross was built in honor of John Paul II in 1998
An Italian man was crushed when the wooden cross toppled during the event near the Alpine village of Cevo in northern Italy, instantly killing Marco Gusmini, 21, on Wednesday.
This Roman Catholic "Jesus" fell down and crushed a young Italian.
This Roman Catholic “Jesus” fell down and crushed a young Italian.
“It is an inexplicable tragedy. A young life, so many hopes, destroyed this way,” Cevo mayor Silvio Citroni said.
“The boys ran in every direction when they heard the sound of the wood splintering,” he said.
“Unfortunately, that poor boy went the wrong way.”
Further celebrations to mark the pope’s elevation to sainthood have been cancelled.

Source: The Daily Mail 

My comment:

This event is another sign from heaven, that Roman Catholics must repent from their idolatry. Or face judgment and destruction.
The Bible clearly forbid Jews and gentiles from shaping images of God. Still Roman Catholics shape images of saints, madonnas and “holy items”.

Revelation 9:20 The rest of mankind who were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshipping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood – idols that cannot see or hear or walk.
The great irony, is that a lifeless statue of Catholic “Jesus” fell down and crushed a man to death.  This should clearly explain to all Catholics that statues that can not see, can not talk, can not hear, are lifeless idols. When this kind of “Jesus” fell down, the Word of God is fluffed. This kind of “god” could not even save it self from being crushed into pieces.


The true and living Messiah, can not be confined into a piece of stone and wood. He is the living God, Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.
Those who obey Him, worship Him in spirit and in truth. They love Him, and obey His commandments.

Luke 20:18 Everyone who falls on that stone will be broken to pieces; anyone on whom it falls will be crushed.’
To all Roman Catholics: Please repent, and leave this false and lifeless religion behind. Fall on Him, and be broken into pieces. It is surely to late, the day He falls on you and your are destroyed.
Please remember:  I loved you enough to tell you the truth.

Written by Ivar

Pope John Paul II crucifix crushes man to death in northern Italy

Updated Fri 25 Apr 2014, 2:36pm AEST
An Italian man has been crushed to death by a giant crucifix honouring John Paul II that collapsed during a ceremony ahead of the late pope's canonisation.

The 30-metre-high wooden cross toppled over during the event near the Alpine village of Cevo in northern Italy, instantly killing Marco Gusmini, 21, on Wednesday.

"It is an inexplicable tragedy. A young life, so many hopes, destroyed this way," Cevo mayor Silvio Citroni said.

 

"The boys ran in every direction when they heard the sound of the wood splintering," he said.
"Unfortunately, that poor boy went the wrong way."

Further celebrations to mark the pope's elevation to sainthood have been cancelled.
Mr Gusmini had a minor physical disability which may have slowed his reaction to the falling cross, Italian media reports said.

The accident happened just three days before John Paul II is declared a saint in the Vatican, along with Italian-born pope John XXIII.

Man who died in tragedy lived on street named after pope

According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, Mr Gusmini lived with his family on a street named after John XXIII.

The Jesus Christ statue on the cross is six metres high and weighs 600 kilograms. The crucifix was curved and fixed to the ground with cables.

Its unusual shape was intended to represent the scars of World War II.

The cross was designed by sculptor Enrico Job and was created for John Paul II's visit to Brescia in the Lombardy region in northern Italy in 1998.
It was installed in a picturesque spot near the village of Cevo in 2005.

"The news has really shaken me. My thoughts go to the poor boy and his family," Mr Job's widow, film director Lina Wertmuller, told Ansa news agency.

"That cross was a great symbol for Italy, a symbol of protection. But all that seems silly in the face of this terrible tragedy," she said.

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That's a bad sign: 100ft crucifix built in honour of John Paul II collapses and crushes a man to death just two days before he is declared a saint

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2612401/Thats-bad-sign-100ft-crucifix-built-honour-John-Paul-II-collapses-crushes-man-death-just-two-days-canonization.html


  • Marco Gusmini was killed when the sculpture fell in Cevo, northern Italy
  • The 21-year-old tourist had been visiting the Alpine village on a church trip
  • 100ft high wooden cross was built in honour of John Paul II in 1998
  • It fell suddenly during a ceremony in lead up to his canonization on Sunday


A young pilgrim has been crushed to death by a giant crucifix dedicated to Pope John Paul II.
The 100ft curved wooden cross collapsed during a ceremony in northern Italy days before the former Pope’s canonisation.
Marco Gusmini, 21, on a visit with other young Catholics to the Alpine village of Cevo, was killed instantly.

The 100ft crucifix built in honour of John Paul II in 1998 collapsed during a ceremony in Cevo, northern Italy
 

The 100ft crucifix built in honour of John Paul II in 1998 collapsed during a ceremony in Cevo, northern Italy



The 100ft high wooden cross, supporting a 90 stone statue of Jesus, created when John Paul II visited the area in 1998, fell suddenly following a few crunches
The 100ft high wooden cross, supporting a 90 stone statue of Jesus, created when John Paul II visited the area in 1998, fell suddenly following a few crunches





Mayor Silvio Citroni said the accident was ‘an unexplainable tragedy’. ‘A young life, so many hopes destroyed,’ he added.

‘The young people were making a snack for lunch and when they heard the crunching noises coming from the cross they fled in all directions. Unfortunately Marco ran in the wrong direction.

‘This is a place for pilgrimages and family visits. We never imagined that something like this could happen.’ Mr Citroni said maintenance work had been carried out on the crucifix last summer.
Mr Gusmini had been visiting the area with a church group from his home town of Bergamo, where - ironically - he lived on a street named after Pope John XXIII, according to the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera. 

The tragedy will inevitably be seen as an ill omen for Sunday’s celebration when John Paul II is to be declared a saint, along with Italian pope John XXIII.
Some 800,000 Catholic pilgrims from around the world are expected to journey to Rome to celebrate the double canonisation.

The tragedy will inevitably be seen as an ill omen for Sunday's celebration when John Paul II is to be declared a saint, along with Italian pope John XXIII

Some 800,000 Catholic pilgrims from around the world are expected to journey to Rome to celebrate John Paul II's, pictured, canonisation 
 The 100ft crucifix was built in honour of Pope John Paul II, pictured, who was Pope from 1978 until his death in 2005

The 100ft crucifix was built in honour of Pope John Paul II, pictured, who was Pope from 1978 until his death in 2005 
 Some 800,000 Catholic pilgrims from around the world are expected to journey to Rome to celebrate John Paul II's, pictured, canonisation

The curved cross, with a statue of Jesus weighing 1,320lb fixed to the top, was designed by sculptor Enrico Job in honour of John Paul II’s visit to Brescia, in Lombardy, in 1998. It was installed in a scenic location near Cevo in 2005.
The crucifix was anchored with cables intended to represent the scars of the Second World War.
This is not the first death caused by a falling crucifix in Italy.
In 2004 a 72-year-old woman was crushed to death by a 7ft metal crucifix in the southern town of Sant’Onofrio, Calabria.