Father Dwight Longenecker is reporting on a Swedish rock band that openly professes their devotion to the devil and who recently splattered their shocked audience with pig’s blood poured from the skull of a goat – and no one complained!
JK asks: “What are your views on UFOs and UFO sightings? Are people seeing something that is physically ‘there’, or are they being deceived in some way? What does the Church believe or say is ‘really’ behind it all?”
CC writes: “I have a friend that is very much into “Divine Healing Hands”. Master Sha is the head of this ‘movement’. I tried to read the book she gave me but was not really inspired so I only read the first few pages. I was wondering what you know of this ‘movement’ and the Catholic church’s viewpoint on it.”
BB writes: “A friend has brought to my attention a healing/praying modality called Ama-Deus, this is, I believe, the fruit of Alberto Aguas. Are you familiar with this and is it compatible with Catholic Church teaching?”
TB writes: “A woman I encountered as of late claims that Core Synchronization therapy is an acceptable form of energy medicine. I beg to differ since the word energy is in it. What can you tell me about this practice? Is it like Reiki? Also can you tell me the dangers to a person’s soul who practices Reiki or any kind of energy medicine? For some reason this makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck.”
DB writes: “There is a young girl who I think is under the impression that Gothic dress is no big deal, it has no dealings with the occult. I beg to differ, because the evil one will use anything to move in on a person.”