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Why St. John Vianney wasn’t afraid of the devil’s harrowing attacks

Vianney remained fearless, even when the devil dragged him from his bed.

14 Quotes from Pope Francis on the devil

The Holy Father has repeatedly brought up Satan in his homilies and encourages the faithful to fight back against him.

How St. Therese of Lisieux scared away two little devils

The closer she approached, the farther they wanted to run.

Police arrest two girls who plotted Satanic killing at their Florida school

“Thank Satan we are doing this,” a 12-year-old allegedly wrote on social media

Horoscopes: Gateway to the occult?

Reading horoscopes may seem like entertainment, but hidden beneath it is something much more sinister.

The spiritual dangers behind Reiki healing services

The US Catholic bishops laid out several reasons why Reiki can be spiritually harmful.

St. Teresa of Avila’s horrifying encounters with the devil

And how she was able to easily chase him away.

This is how to keep the devil away, according to St. John Bosco

If you do these things, "the devil will never prevail against you."

Are spells real? Do they actually work?

When someone casts a spell, a spiritual power is invoked that does more harm than good.

Everything you need to know about ghosts

Catholics believe in three different types of ghosts, including one type we should avoid.

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