One of our readers recently alerted us to a channeler who has been luring Catholics into attending online sessions in which she “channels” the Archangel Michael, Padre Pio, and other saints who deliver personal messages. Is this ever possible?
BL asks: “I’m not a fan of a popular kids’ cartoon called ‘PJ Masks.’ It’s about three kids who become super heroes at night and get their power from some weird ‘crystal’ in a park. What are your thoughts on this show?”
There is no worse identity thief than Satan – and he’s more than willing to exploit the personal information he gathers about us when we step outside the realm of God’s protection and seek answers from the occult.
Every year around this time we get email from people who received jewelry for Christmas gifts that contain crystals or other gemstones and they’re worried about the superstitious uses of these stones. Is it safe to wear this jewelry? Should we give these gifts back?
A former witch who got hooked on the occult during her teen years is warning parents not to let their children watch Disney’s new Owl House cartoon because it portrays witchcraft as a positive tool to fight evil.
Over the past month, we have received several requests from people who received gifts to Shen Yun performances as Christmas gifts. At first, I was surprised by the question because I had seen ads in my hometown for these shows and thought they looked like spectacular performances (albeit a bit pricey). But then I started to do a little research and was quite surprised by what I found.
Before Christmas, it was a book teaching children how to contact demons; now it’s a new Disney cartoon series called The Owl House that not only promotes witchcraft to children, it features a sorceress and a “friendly” demon who help a young girl fulfill her dream of becoming a witch.