HEY! Where Were The Swiss Guard When The Body Of Casa Santa Marta Worker Elvira Was Found?
2014 Swiss Guard shake up:
Pope sacks the head of his Swiss Guard for being 'too strict'
Daniel Anrig will no longer serve as commandant of Pontiff's private army after Pope Francis is rumoured to prefer a 'less military' approach to security He has dismissed and demoted cardinals, bishops and the Vatican secretary of state, and now Pope Francis’s reformist zeal has claimed a new scalp – the head of his own private army, the Swiss Guard. Telegraph Read More>>>>>>
Words of Prophet Jeremias:
Samech. The Lord hath taken away all my mighty men out of the midst of me: he hath called against me the time, to destroy my chosen men: the Lord hath trodden the winepress for the virgin daughter of Juda.Lam.i.xv.
All the mighty men have removed by Pope Francis..........
Now a dead body of a Casa Santa Marta worker was found at the Hotel where Pope Francis does all his "work"......
Pope mourns Casa Santa Marta workerSHTF
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Saturday spoke of his sadness at the death of one of the workers at his residence at the Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican. The Holy Father said the woman, whom he called Elvira, had been sick for some time. He was speaking at the conclusion of his first Jubilee audience during this Year of Mercy in St Peter’s Square and he asked the pilgrims present to pray a Hail Mary for the woman and her family. The Pope described the Casa Santa Marta as big house, where he said about forty priests, and some bishops who are working in the Curia live. There are also, he added, guests who stay, such as cardinals, bishops and lay people who come to Rome for meetings. Elvira was just one of a group of men and women, who work at the residence cleaning and working in the kitchen and dining room. Pope Francis said these people were not just employees, they formed part of a family in the house.