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Was the Catholic Church warned in the 1960s about sexual abuse going on within its ranks? The first Garabandal vision was received in 1961 by four innocent young farm girls in the remote village of Garabandal, Spain, who were warned by the "Virgin Mary" that many cardinals, bishops and priests were committing perditious sins within the Church and that the Vatican might suffer the future "wrath of God" if something wasn't done. Church officials would not admit to any problems within the Church at the time. In 1965 a final vision by the archangel Michael warned that where before the cup of sin had been filling up, it was now running over, and that the Church might suffer a "chastisement" in the future for allowing this sin to continue.
"The Church may suffer the future wrath of God because many cardinals, many bishops, and many priests are following the path to perdition and are taking many other souls along with them."The Angel of Garabandal
The prophecies of Garabandal were similar to the prophecies of Fatima (that were also received by innocent young children) but the Garabandal visions weren't well received by Pope John XXIII who wasn't anxious to approve these visions describing problems within the Catholic Church. Decades later it would ultimately be revealed that a coverup of sexual abuse involving priests, bishops, and cardinals, had indeed been going on within the Roman Church since the early 1960s, and the abuses had involved hundreds of thousands of innocent young victims.
Hebrew prophecies were meant to serve as warnings about future events. The Vatican has ignored these visions involving a Judgement upon Rome. If you want to learn more about history, and how these prophecies might affect your future, click one of the secure book links on this webpage and order your book by Edward Oliver to help warn the Vatican to increase its security forces and ward off this predicted attack.
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