Bishop Burns Altar After Demonic Activity in Church

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Archbishop Gregory Aymond of the Archdiocese of New Orleans has had the altar of Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Pearl River, Louisiana burned after a priest and two women were caught making a pornographic film on the altar.

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The Extraordinary Actions of the Devil

According to exorcist Fr. Francesco Bamonte, “the extraordinary actions of the devil refer to his particular actions on matter. Important: it is far more interesting to demons to keep people enslaved to sin and to bring them ultimately to the greatest misfortune — eternal damnation — than it is to provoke a series of misfortunes.”

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Vision Boards and Magical Thinking

PM writes: “I was wondering if someone can be clear on the dangers of Dream Boards or Vision Boards. Is this New Age? I was invited to a party of with a group of women cutting out pictures of their wishes and glue them to a board to hang up and look at each day hoping that the ‘Universe’ will provide them all the wishes on their boards.”

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Magic, Murder, and the Pennsylvania Dutch Pow Wow

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CA writes: “I recently heard about a practice called Pow Wowing by the Pennsylvania Dutch. I am sure it is a bad idea. Would you post about this practice? There was a true murder story I saw on Prime Video called “Hex Hollow”. Someone was killed because they were thought to have put a hex on someone. The practice was called PowWow. I never heard of such a thing. Of course, they interviewed someone who claimed it was just a bunch of prayers, but I know it isn’t.”

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Witchcraft Invades the BLM Movement

As the nation remains in the grips of protests surrounding the death of George Floyd and other black Americans at the hands of police, witches are now aiding the cause by placing hexes on police and offering “prayers” of protection for protestors.

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“The Way of the Rose” Rosary Movement Is NOT Catholic

MM writes: “Can you please give me some insight on a book titled The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary by Clark Strand and Perdita Finn. I came across it but after doing some research the authors are not Catholic and I’m unsure to trust. It is being highly promoted. I appreciate your help.”

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