BC writes: “My friend and I get a real kick out of Tyler Henry, the Hollywood Medium, and love watching his show. We’re both Catholic and know what he’s doing is against Scripture, but we only watch it for entertainment. Is it okay to do this as long as we don’t endorse this kind of work?”
The same network that hosts The Long Island Medium has decided to venture further into their whimsical misrepresentation of mediumship by launching a second reality show based on the dark art, this one called “Mama Medium.”
KB writes: “My son and I received accupuncture therapy. At one point, the doctor said that energy was being channeled into my son and she needed to respect that energy until it slowed down to continue. I feel uneasy about this, and am concerned that we may have exposed ourselves to something we should not have. Should we go to confession and forget about it? We spoke to our pastor and he felt it was okay. That we did not reject the trinity or the Eucharist, and if we feel it will help, we could pursue it. So, we did not get confession at that time, but I would go to another parish for reconciliation. Do we need to renew our baptism promises?”
In a new interview appearing in Out Magazine, actress Tori Spelling claims that her former neighbor, the late Farrah Fawcett, communicated with her from the dead during a session she was having with TV psychic John Edward.