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Satan

Haunted houses: The harmless, the horrifying, and the helpful

Some parts fun, some parts fear ... but there's a real-life message, too.

Who is Lucifer and what does his name mean?

Originally the name of a planet, the name was adopted by Christians to denote a pure spiritual being before he fell from grace.

Original Greek of Our Father evokes a Satan who grabs and bites

Pope Francis reflects on seemingly overwhelming presence of evil in our world, but the simultaneous presence of Christ

The petition of the Our Father that gets to the very heart of things

Pope Francis: Our liberty is confronted with evil, but God is always fighting at our side

Padre Pio’s explanation of why we needn’t panic at temptation

If a demon is causing an uproar, then we can be sure of this ...

When you’re so fatigued you can’t see hope, consider this

A spirit of tiredness is fertile ground for the devil to plant his seeds, Pope Francis warns.

Our 3 Lenten temptations

The devil's attempts to make Jesus fall have direct relevance in our lives the next 40 days

Pope’s concluding address at abuse summit

"Consecrated persons, chosen by God to guide souls to salvation, let themselves be dominated by their human frailty or sickness and thus become tools of Satan."

What does Satan really look like?

The Bible's lack of satanic physical description has, in a sense, facilitated creative expression.

The strategy of the devil when we are progressing in holiness

Oh he's a sneaky one ... but a good part of the battle is won just by knowing his tactics.

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