OK, this one's going to be a bit tricky to explain (emphasis added):
Earthquake survivors desperate for food and water ransacked a public market, while other mobs looted a refrigerated trailer and blocked aid trucks on the Pan-American Highway, prompting Peru's President to appeal for calm Friday...
Searchers were still seeking bodies and survivors at the San Clemente church on Pisco's main square, where hundreds had gathered on the day Roman Catholics celebrate the Virgin Mary's rise into heaven for a memorial Mass for a man who died a month earlier. Minutes before the service was to end, the church's domed ceiling began to break apart. The shaking lasted for an agonizing two minutes, burying 200 people, according to the town's mayor.
About 50 bodies had been removed from the church by dawn Friday, said Jorge Molina, the search and rescue team leader, who still held out hope of finding more people alive.
If the Lord works in mysterious ways, then sending an earthquake to kill dozens of His worshippers is about as mysterious as it gets, wouldn't you say?