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Ron Conte
25th June 2008, 04:26 PM
The Miracle is three-fold:

1. Permanent Signs at many places of true apparitions of the Virgin Mary
2. very many sick and injured persons worldwide will be healed by God
3. very many unbelievers will be converted

The Miracle does not directly kill anyone, except for the following provision:

Those who are present at places of true apparitions of the Virgin Mary, where a Permanent Sign is about to be placed, will generally all be healed and all be given great graces. If anyone is truly devoted to evil, whether openly or in secret, including some persons who pretend to be holy but inwardly are evil, and if such persons are present at a site when the Permanent Sign is placed there, and if such persons continue to refuse to repent, instead of great graces and healing, they will be struck dead by God directly. These deaths are not due to the shock of seeing something great and holy, but are directly caused by God as a punishment for refusing to repent even in the face of great gifts and graces from God. Anathema sint.

Mary's Child
7th July 2008, 11:42 AM
What exactly does "anathema" and "anathema sint" mean?

Ron Conte
7th July 2008, 12:06 PM
What exactly does "anathema" and "anathema sint" mean?

In Latin, anathema as a noun is an accursed thing, and as a verb it means to utterly reject something.

In its useage by the Church, it refers to those who are cut off from the Church because of their own decisions and acts. It differs somewhat from excommunication, in that it includes excommunication, but is even more severe.

The word 'sint' is just the Latin for the verb to be, in its subjunctive third person plural form: 'Let them be...' or 'May they be...'

anathema sit - let him be anathemized (third person singular)