A 49-year-old Florida woman wearing a “Hail Satan” t-shirt featuring an inverted cross was asked by airline crewmembers to either cover up the offensive shirt or get off the plane.
In the same UK forest where the infamous Gerald Gardner, father of modern witchcraft, met with his coven to perform magic rituals, animals have been found slashed and stabbed to death with satanic symbols painted on their bodies.
A group of four exorcists is calling for a day of fasting, prayer, and reparation on Friday, December 6, “for the purpose of driving our any diabolic influence within the Church that has been gained as a result of recent events.”
We have been studying My Soul Thirsts for God, for the Living God, a document on prayer released by Spain’s bishops in September. Last time, we discussed the theological foundations for prayer. Now we get into the heart of the document, applying these theological foundations to popular spiritual practices, especially those originating in Buddhism.
LD writes: “I am so tired of Christians trying to sell me essential oils! One of the most commonly repeated reasons I get – besides how they can cure everything from cancer to hangnails – is that they ‘come from the Bible.’ It’s true the Magi brought oils to the baby Jesus, but is this the same thing that is being sold by doTERRA and Young Living?” Read the rest…
Today’s first reading was from the second book of Maccabees where a courageous man of God named Eleazar chose death rather than cause scandal by pretending to eat forbidden meat. What does this Scripture teach us about the heated debates surrounding yoga, mindfulness, centering prayer, and a variety of other practices that originate in non-Christian religions?
Father Mitch Pacwa believes the inclusion of a fertility goddess image in the Amazonian Synod ceremonies was the source of “major scandal” in the Church and explains why this should never have occurred.
Parents – and many teens – are up-in-arms over the latest video from edgy teen musician Billie Eilish whose new song, All Good Girls Go to Hell, has crossed the line for many. With its demonic imagery and guttural incantations, “My Lucifer is lonely,” even the singer’s fans are asking, what’s up with Billie?