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Italian Priest Blames Earthquakes on Gay Unions as “Divine Punishment”

According to Fr Giovanni Cavalcoli, the recent quakes that rocked Italy were “divine punishment” for gay civil union.


An Italian priest has earned the anger not only of the gay community but the Vatican itself. This is after the priest declared that the recent earthquakes that rocked the country and claimed hundreds of lives were “divine punishment” for gay civil unions.

Fr Giovanni Cavalcoli, an Italian priest, said that the recent earthquakes in the country were “divine punishment” for gay civil unions.


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Fr Giovanni Cavalcoli, the priest, made the claim when central Italy was hit by a 6.6 magnitude earthquake – the worst one experienced by the country for the past 36 years. He said the controversial comment via Radio Maria pointing out that the quakes were “divine punishment” for “the offence to the family and the dignity of marriage, in particular through civil unions”.

Italy has recently legalized gay civil unions.

Vatican quickly condemned Cavalcoli’s statements saying it is “offensive to believers and disgraceful for non-believers”


As anyone can expect, many reacted negatively to Cavalcoli’s irresponsible statements. Vatican even rebuked the priest saying that the idea of a vengeful God was “a pagan vision” which dates back to “the pre-Christian era”.

Additionally, Archbishop Angelo Becciu, Vatican’s second powerful secretariat of state, remarked that Cavalcoli’s words were “offensive to believers and disgraceful for non-believers”. Becciu went as far as asking forgiveness from the quake victims and assured them of Pope Francis’ “solidarity and support” who recently prayed in front of the ruins in Amatrice.

Cavalcoli, however, insisted with his views, even reminding Vatican to “read their catechism.”


Source: TheSun

Cavalcoli, on the other hand, has refused to apologize. In another radio interview, he said that the earthquakes were caused “the sins of man.” He even reminded Vatican to “read their catechism.”

What do you think of Fr Cavalcoli’s remarks, guys? Go share your thoughts in the comment section!


Samsung Recalls 2.8 Million Washing Machines After Incidents Of Explosions

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Samsung has been the butt of jokes in social media because of the fiasco with the exploding Galaxy Note 7. We've seen all the funny memes online.

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In a report by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) aired on Good Morning America, we learn that 730 Samsung washer units exploded and resulted to injuries of nine individuals. Eventually, the company decided to recall the units.

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The burial place of Jesus Christ is the most sacred site in Christianity, and researchers were given the opportunity to study it for the first time in centuries.

Whether you're Christian or not, you must admit that you know at least some of the story about Jesus Christ.

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Christians believe that Christ's body was laid on a slab of limestone. The slab pictured here has been encased in marble since 1555, and it has become a place of worship for many Christians.

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Scientists Claim They’ve Finally Unlocked The Mystery Surrounding The Bermuda Triangle

Thanks to satellite images, a team of scientists claim they’ve figured out the reason why hundreds of aircraft and ships have mysteriously disappeared in the region.

The Bermuda Triangle has always been shrouded in great mystery.

Located in the Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, the Bermuda Triangle is a spot where hundreds of aircraft and ships have suddenly disappeared for unknown reasons. Some have even attributed the incidents to extra-terrestrial or paranormal activity.

In 1945, for example, five American torpedo bombers and a plane were sent to the area and they eventually ended up vanishing without a trace. Most recently, the cargo ship "El Faro" disappeared in the area just last 2015.

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