Strange Happenings In Hawaii: Cardinal William Levada Gets Arrested For DUI One Week Later Sewage Spill Prompts Closure Of Two Beaches & Kilauea Volcano Erupts & Now Hurricane Ignacio Is Head Toward Hawaii!

 Cardinal William Levada 
“The priests, ministers of my Son, the priests, by their wicked lives, by their irreverence and their impiety in the celebration of the holy mysteries, by their love of money, their love of honors and pleasures, and the priests have become cesspools of impurity. Yes, the priests are asking vengeance, and vengeance is hanging over their heads. Woe to the priests and to those dedicated to God who by their unfaithfulness and their wicked lives are crucifying my Son again! The sins of those dedicated to God cry out towards Heaven and call for vengeance, and now vengeance is at their door, for there is no one left to beg mercy and forgiveness for the people. There are no more generous souls; there is no one left worthy of offering a stainless sacrifice to the Eternal for the sake of the world. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)  
“God will strike in an unprecedented way. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
19 August 2015

MENLO PARK -- A high-ranking member of the Roman Catholic Church was arrested last week on suspicion of drunken driving while on vacation in Hawaii. William Joseph Levada, 79, of Menlo Park, was pulled over at 11:15 p.m. Aug. 19, after a police officer allegedly observed him swerving on Queen Kaahumanu Highway in the Kailua-Kona district of Hawaii's main island. Until he retired in 2012, Levada was cardinal-prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, a position he was awarded by Joseph Ratzinger in 2005 after Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI. Ratzinger had previously held the post. Levada was on the committee that elected Pope Francis in 2013. Mercury News Read More>>>>

25 August 2015

Sewage spill prompts closure of famed Hawaii beach

HONOLULU - Most of the famed beach fronting Waikiki was closed after heavy rains triggered a half-million gallon sewage spill near Hawaii's world-famous tourist district, officials said. The beach area was closed Monday after storm water flowed into the city's sewage system as a weather system linked to Tropical Storm Kilo dumped heavy rain on the islands. The inundation overwhelmed the sewage system, causing 500,000 gallons of wastewater to spew from manholes, said Lori Kahikina, Honolulu's director of environmental services. "Now's not the time to go swimming," CBS News Read More>>>>>

28 August 2015 

Million gallons of wastewater closes another beach in Hawaii

HONOLULU -- For the second time in a week a popular Hawaii beach was closed Thursday after sewage from a treatment plant was discharged into the ocean. A million gallons of treated but not yet disinfected wastewater was discharged from the East Honolulu Wastewater Treatment plant, closing Sandy Beach and its surroundings. The closure comes a day after beaches near Waikiki were reopened following a similar issue. Hawaii American Water, the private company that runs the treatment plant, said the incident happened Tuesday after an underground electrical cable that feeds power to their chlorination system shorted out as heavy rains fell in the area. Lee Mansfield, manager of American Water, said in a telephone interview Thursday that there was un-disinfected water flowing into the ocean from their system for about five hours, resulting in about a million gallons of wastewater being discharged.  CBS News Read More>>>>>

28 August 2015

Molten lava streams down Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, helicopter footage

Kilauea volcano spews out molten lava in Hawaii 

A thick stream of lava has erupted from a newly formed opening on a volcano on Hawaii's Big Island. The Kilauea volcano is one of the most active in the world, and has been erupting non-stop for 32 years. The lava river trickled down the side towards the surrounding forests on the eastern side of the Island. Scientists say this new lava flow shouldn't cause a problem for the people who live nearby. BBC Read More>>>>>>

29 August 2015

Hurricane Ignacio churns toward Hawaii

(CNN) Don't get complacent. That was the message from Hawaii's top emergency management official Friday, as Hurricane Ignacio bore down on the island state. Ignacio was still a ways from land Friday: some 785 miles east-southeast of Hilo and 995 miles east-southeast on Honolulu as of 11 a.m. (5 p.m. ET), according to the National Weather Service's Central Pacific Hurricane Center. No warnings were in effect. Given its pace and northwest direction, the forecast calls for it directly impacting Hawaii starting Sunday evening. CNN Read More>>>>