The Virgin Mary is due to “appear” in a chapel in southern Germany on Saturday, according to the followers of a Sicilian “prophet.” The Catholic Church is less convinced and has barred priests from taking part.
The Virgin Mary is allegedly due to appear at precisely 4:30 p.m. at the privately-owned St. Laurentius Chapel, according to the chapel’s owner Otto Masszi. According to news agency dpa, Masszi purchased the building a few years ago and renovated it himself. Last September, hundreds of people gathered in Unterflossing — whose population is around 100 — in the company of a Sicilian self-appointed prophet named Salvatore Caputa who predicted Mary’s “arrival.” This year, Caputa prophesied that she will return at the same hour on March 17.
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