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Ouija Isn’t Just a Silly Game—and It’s Making a Comeback This Christmas

Jenna CC

Marge Fenelon - published on 12/22/14 - updated on 11/10/17

Parents, be savvy this Christmas. Understand for yourselves the dangers of Ouija Boards, and then help your children to understand. Don’t buy them one for Christmas, no matter how desperately they beg, and don’t let them “play” Ouija with friends.

This is serious business. Parent’s if you truly love your children, protect them from Ouija Boards. At Christmas, we should be celebrating the saving of our souls by the Redeemer, not risking their loss by the occult. It isn’t just a silly game.

Marge Fenelon is a Catholic author, columnist, and speaker and a regular guest on Catholic radio. She’s written several books about Marian devotion and Catholic family life, includingStrengthening Your Family: a Catholic Approach to Holiness at Home  and Imitating Mary: Ten Marian Virtues for the Modern Mom . Find out more about Marge at www.margefenelon.comThis article was originally published on Aleteia.org on April 12, 2014.

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