Earthquake Disrupts ‘Hail Mary’ in Mexico Church’s Livestream After Abortion Legalized in Country
Pray for Mexico!
Mexico’s highest court, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, denied protecting life from the moment of conception on Sept. 9 in the state of Sinaloa’s Constitution.
That evening, the city of Acapulco, Guerrero in Mexico experienced a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Mexico City also felt the earthquake, causing its buildings to sway. (The country’s highest court is located in Mexico City, just 240 miles away from Acapulco.)
At least one person died.
One Catholic parish’s livestream caught the earthquake on video during prayer. The chapel violently shakes and the lights black out at the end.
Catholic journalist Sachin Jose posted the video on Twitter.
Here’s the video below:
After the legalization of abortions in Mexico, while a priest was praying Hail Mary, (blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus) this happened. pic.twitter.com/iaoNIz1WKd
— Sachin Jose (@Sachinettiyil) September 9, 2021
“After the legalization of abortions in Mexico, while a priest was praying Hail Mary, (blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus) this happened,” Jose tweeted.
Here’s how some people responded:
One user mentioned, “Please note that this happened as he said ‘and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.’”
This user responded, “In my country, that is recognized as profoundly ‘Guadalupano’–this decision is a pitiful affront to our divine mother.”
Another user said, “Our Lady Of Guadalupe was pregnant with Jesus when she appeared to Juan Diego! She is pro-life. ”
This user added, “God is not happy with behavior and people need to wake up. He will come again to judge.”