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Last Post 08 Jan 2018 07:35 PM by  Trish Chalmers
Beer-Brewing Monks of Norcia Say Earthquake Destroys St. Benedict Basilica
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03 Nov 2016 05:50 AM

    Monks who had been brewing beer to raise funds to rebuild a historic earthquake-damaged basilica have suffered a huge setback after the ancient building was destroyed by another temblor.

     

    The monks of the Monastery of Saint Benedict in Norcia in central Italy announced via Twitter that the strongest earthquake to strike the country in 36 years had "flattened" the Basilica of St. Benedict on Sunday.

     

    The monks were safe, according to a statement on the monastery's website.


    Three American monks took over the Norcia monastery in 2000 and helped build a brewing business to raise funds to repair and restore the ancient facility. The monks were not available for comment on Monday.

     

    However, Fr. Benedict's statement added that "we are doing everything possible to help to our suffering neighbors. Please continue to pray Norcia."

     

    Although it was bigger than an Aug. 24 earthquake that killed almost 300 people, no-one died Sunday.

     

    Nuns rushed out of their church in Norcia as the clock tower appeared about to crumble In Rieti, hospital patients fled into the street and and huddled outside under blankets.

     

    The U.S. Geological Survey initially measured the quake at 7.1 but revised it to 6.6.


     

     

     

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    Trish Chalmers
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    08 Jan 2018 07:35 PM
    Seems clear to me! GOD is not in favor of them selling alcohol to build a so called holy place in his name! take a hint!!! DO NOT SELL BEER to build a place of worship. Its like you are selling crack and killing people in God's name.
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