CF writes: “There is a new book using quantum physics by Dr. Laura Berman. It is called Quantum Love and its sound suspicious to me. Is ‘quantum science’ a real science? Dr. Berman talks alot about science proving ‘energy fields’ now. Really? Her book is how your mate can ‘feel’ your negative or positive energy. I thought that was called paying attention!”
JB writes: “ . . . [O]ver the past few years many of my fellow Catholic moms have started selling Norwex, like Tupperware, but more of a house cleaning thing. At first I was intrigued, but the products seem to lean towards ‘chemicals are bad’ (um not when my kids have gotten sick and I need bleach to clean my toilet, but ok), and after visiting their website something just smelled of population control, or the like. Any ideas?”
Federal prosecutors in the state of New York recently shut down a phony psychic ring which was luring the desperate by convincing people they were destined to achieve great wealth. In reality, the only people who became wealthy are the charlatans that masterminded the scheme.
With almost one in every five Americans now sporting at least one tattoo, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a new consumer alert on potential health risks associated with these permanent markings.
A well-credentialed Protestant scholar and apologist is warning the public about the dangers of fooling around with Ouija boards and psychics because these practices open doors to the supernatural that are extremely difficult to close.
CF asks: “Could you please tell me about the site of Tradition in Action (TIA) and why they question Divine Mercy Sunday? The site claims that Sister Faustina did not get messages from God. It is very disturbing that this site came up on my Facebook page when researching Catholic teachings.”