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Roman Catholics and ‘cross’ believers are being challenged. Will Magellan’s cross, which was planted by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 in Cebu City, be able to protect and save the city and neighboring areas? Also, will Sto. Niño idols be able to do so protecting the Cebuanos?

Magellan's cross area

The place in Sto. Nino Basilica where Magellan’s cross is preserved. http://www.wordatthenet.com

This challenge is related to the judgment based on the following critical grounds:

  • Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places
  • Cross idolatry
  • Protecting pedophile priest by Cebu Archdiocese
  • Pedophilia in the area

Factual bases of the judgment:

Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places:

“The Sinulog celebration lasts for nine days, culminating on the final day with the Sinulog Grand Parade. The day before the parade, the Fluvial Procession is held at dawn with a statue of the Santo Niño carried on a pump boat from Mandaue City to Cebu City, decked with hundreds of flowers and candles. The procession ends at the Basilica where a re-enactment of the Christianizing (that is, the acceptance of Roman Catholicism) of Cebu is performed”.(Wikipedia, Festival).

Sto. Nino idolatry is very prevalent in the area as shown by residents in television after the October 15, 2013 earthquake. 

Cross Idolatry 

“On April 15, 1521, the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan arrived and planted the cross on the shores of Cebu, claiming the territory for Spain. He presented the image of the child Jesus, the Santo Niño, as baptismal gift to Hara Amihan, wife of Rajah Humabon. x x x. With the other natives following her example, this moment was regarded as the first Sinulog”. (Wikipedia, History of Sinulog)

The Magellan’s cross is still preserved in Sto. Niño Basilica, Cebu City as tourist and religious attraction aside from the fact that all Roman Catholics are revering the cross through ‘sign of the cross’ when praying and kneeling before the cross at the altar when attending mass.

Protecting pedophile priest by Cebu Archdiocese

This concerns Monsignor Cristobal Garcia:

“Garcia also made provocative comments when I interviewed him about why he fled the U.S. in 1985. He admitted having sex with altar boys and supplying them with drugs — but said he did it because they threatened to accuse him of abuse. One boy “not only seduced me, he also raped me,” Garcia told me”. (watchdogblog.dallasnews.com)

(Note the impossibility of the allegation: “altar boy raping a priest?”) But instead of defrocking the priest based on his admission, he was suspended by Vatican City for illegal ivory trade.

“Msgr. Achilles Dakay, Cebu Archdiocese media liaison officer, clarified that Garcia’s suspension came long before the monsignor was implicated in the illegal ivory trade”. (newsinfo.inquirer.net)

Pedophilia in the area

“Community support to eradicate the problem is crucial because the crime often is concealed in the privacy of homes away from the attention of authorities, said Mayor Michael Rama of Cebu City in the central Philippines, a region where some of the abuses have been reported.

x x x

Impoverished parents allow their children to be sexually abused and watched by paying foreigners via the internet in exchange for $100 to $200, Sosa said” (cbc.ca).

Previous warning on idolatry

Previously, Cebu City was forewarned on idolatry when a 7.2 earthquake hit the area last October 15, 2013. At that time, ten (10) Roman Catholic buildings, to include the alleged churches in Bohol, were destroyed including Sto. Niño de Cebu Basilica, where the Magellan’s cross is situated.

Despite the warning, instead of forgetting the alleged churches, Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III even helped repair the destroyed alleged churches:

As this developed, Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III was set to meet officers of the Provincial Heritage Commission to discuss immediate ways to repair and restore churches in southern Cebu that were partly damaged by the 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Cebu and Bohol last week.

Davide said he wants to know how the province can help in restoring the affected churches, which include the Boljoon church, a national heritage site. Also damaged during the earthquake were the centuries-old churches in Dalaguete and Oslob towns. (ro7.dost.gov.ph)

Previous article on Cebu Judgment

In the previous article entitled: “Philippines in Habakkuk 2 doom prophecy“, Roman Catholics were challenged on Magellan’s cross and Sto. Nino idols:

“The uprooting of Magellan’s cross in Cebu City is pre-destined. This will consequently uproot Roman Catholicism idolatry in the Philippines in general and Sto. Nino belief in particular. Specifically, the basis is Habakkuk 2:18-20:

18 What’s the use of an idol? It is only something that a human being has made, and it tells you nothing but lies. What good does it do for its maker to trust it – a god that can’t even talk! 19 You are doomed! You say to a piece of wood, “Wake up!” or to a block of stone, “Get up!” Can an idol reveal anything to you? It may be covered with silver and gold, but there is no life in it.

20The Lord is in his holy Temple; let everyone on earth be silent in his presence. (Habakkuk 2:18-20, TEV).

Based on the above verses, devoted Roman Catholics are now challenged to use the cross and Sto. Nino idols to finally determine if they can really protect. If the cross and Sto. Nino idols can protect, then they are not idolatrous. If  Sto. Nino is really child Christ, then, of course, he can protect. But if they can not protect believers, then both of them are LIES”.

What is your decision, Cebuanos?

Cebuanos, yours is the decision while you still have time. Only you can protect yourselves by asking forgiveness for the above mistakes directly to the Father in heaven, WITHOUT passing thru the priest. To stress, Roman Catholicism, Magellan’s cross and Sto. Niño idols can not save you based on the above verses. There is no assurance that you will not be visited by a violent earthquake, which may cause Cebu City not to ‘float’ anymore, and/or diseases if you fail to consider this warning.

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