Thursday, July 17, 2008

Why California Will Fall into the Ocean

Major U.S. city officially condemns Catholic Church
Instructs members to defy 'Holy Office of Inquisition'

From WordNetDaily

Resolution 168-08, passed unanimously by the City and County of San Francisco Board of Supervisors two years ago, also accused the Vatican of being a "foreign country" meddling with and attempting to "negatively influence (San Francisco's) existing and established customs."
It said of the church's teaching on homosexuality, "Such hateful and discriminatory rhetoric is both insulting and callous, and shows a level of insensitivity and ignorance which has seldom been encountered by this Board of Supervisors."

As
WND reported, Resolution 168-08 was an official response to the Catholic Church's ban on adoption placements into homosexual couple households, issued by Cardinal William Levada of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith at the Vatican.

The board's resolution urged the city's local archbishop and the Catholic
Charities of the Archdiocese of San Francisco to defy the Vatican's instructions, concluding with a spiteful reminder that the church authority that issued the ban was known 100 years ago as "The Holy Office of the Inquisition."

The resolution also took a shot at Levada, the former archbishop of San Francisco, saying, "Cardinal Levada is a decidedly unqualified representative of his former home city, and of the people of San Francisco and the values they hold dear."









This is why California will fall into the ocean.

I'm no geologist. But judging by the proximity of Than Franthithco to the fault line, when the "Big One" comes, SF is pretty much toast.


Think of all the bad things that have happened not only to us, but everywhere across the globe. God does not will tragedies upon mankind, but we call can agree that nothing is coincidence. God certainly does allow them to happen. Even in the OT, He allowed terrible things to happen to his beloved people.


The warning signs have been around for years. No one listens. But in the back of their mind they all fear "The Big One".

4 comments:

Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

And to think that my favorite show "Monk" is filmed there. God is not mocked!

Unitas said...

It's really a shame, my mother told me SF was a really nice place before it became New Soddom.

Theophilus said...

The earth already started to shake in Los Angeles, they expect a bigger one in the next few days.

paramedicgirl said...

Like Bishop Williamson said, "If God doesn't do something about this soon, He is going to owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology."