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Bringing Out the Heavy Spiritual Artillery on Gay Marriage

With Illinois set to give legal recognition to gay marriage, Bishop Paprocki of Springfield plans to do a public “Exorcism in Reparation”. Is this really the right move?

3 Absolutely Terrifying Visions of Hell

If these saints’ visions are anything close to the truth, hell is very real and terrible. You don't want to go there.

Pope Francis: Christians Must Guard Against Slyness of the Devil

In his latest homily, the Holy Father warned of the discreet presence of the devil, exhorting those gathered to be astute in their spiritual lives.

Justice Scalia, Pope Francis, and the Devil Walk Into a Bar

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has taken some heat for saying he believes in the Devil, but he has good company: Pope Francis was labelled "obsessed" with the Devil earlier this year, and Jesus …

Is Nancy Pelosi a Satanist?

There have been plenty of religions in history that'd agree with her that the murder of innocents is sacred - but the Catholic Church is not one of them

Exorcist Urges Pope Francis to Allow All Priests to Perform Exorcisms

Satan is gaining ground in the world and we need more exorcists. he says

Why Did Judas Betray Christ?

Evil turns out to be a rip-off

Why Does Pope Francis Keep Talking about the Devil?

The malevolence behind the cartoon figure

Satan is just the stuff of horror movies, he’s not real…right?

“The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he did not exist.” – Charles Baudelaire

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