While President Obama was escorting Pope Francis today, cameras captured the president appearing to wear horns, and from more than one angle. This led to a series of blog posts and tweets.
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Iran officials have criticized Saudi Arabia’s administration of the Haj pilgrimage to Mecca after a construction crane disaster killed 107 people on Sept. 11.
The construction crane fell into the east side of the mosque, with its… Continue reading
If you type “is Pope Francis antichrist” into Google, you’ll get about 425,000 results in .37 seconds. … So why do so many people think—or at least ponder—that the Latin American pontiff is the Antichrist (or at least the end-time… Continue reading
Pope Francis seems to be obsessed with the devil.
His tweets and homilies about the devil, Satan, the Accuser, the Evil One, the Father of Lies, the Ancient Serpent, the Tempter, the Seducer, the Great Dragon, the Enemy and just… Continue reading
Vatican City — Can a country with deep Christian roots like Mexico find itself at the mercy of demons?
Some in the Church fear so. And as a result, they called for a nation-wide exorcism of Mexico, carried out quietly… Continue reading
NEW YORK — Kim Hye-Sook, who survived 28 years . . . in a North Korean prison camp, offered a detailed account of the forced labor, starvation and torture she endured . . . at the U.N.’s “Victims Voices: A… Continue reading
“Exorcist” author William Peter Blatty has a new book out. Titled “Finding Peter,” it’s part comic memoir, part argument for life after death. Blatty, a lifelong Catholic, lays out a number of curious incidents — electric lights mysteriously flickering on… Continue reading
In a recent Facebook post, well-known Roman exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth said the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL or ISIS) “is Satan,” and he also questioned the lack of response from Western nations.
“ISIS… Continue reading
A woman accused of stabbing to death an American teacher in the United Arab Emirates said she has a mental illness and is “possessed by evil spirits.”
Survivors of the Kenya university massacre [of 148] described how laughing gunmen taunted their victims amid scenes of total carnage.
Salias Omosa, an 20-year-old education student, said the… Continue reading