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Most of the world’s 7.7 billion people are constantly bombarded with commercial advice on what to eat in order to be cool, happy and sometimes healthy.
What about people who don’t… Continue reading
June 19, 2017
Plinio Correa de Oliveira, founder of the very conservative Tradition, Family and Property Association, known in Catholic circles as the TFP is said to have, in death, continued to do battle with evil on Earth.
In the… Continue reading
28 Why are you anxious about clothes? Learn from the way the wild flowers grow. They do not work or spin.
29 But I tell you that not even Solomon in… Continue reading
May 25, 2016
10 this God has revealed to us through the Spirit. For the Spirit scrutinizes everything, even the depths of God.
11 Among human beings, who knows what pertains to a person except the spirit of the person… Continue reading
Almost 100 schoolchildren are thought to have been ‘possessed’ by the devil – and see visions of a man in black trying to kill them.
Schools in Malaysia have been struck by a mass hysteria ‘epidemic’ in which students claim they are having visions of female vampiric ghosts and are being physically pinned down by evil spirits.
A comprehensive study released by the Pew Research Center analyzing various questions surrounding Americans’ relationship with religion has found that adults continue to overwhelmingly believe in God, but that support is declining.
The poll also found that a majority American… 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
A distinguished psychologist has argued in a recently published book that pornography and video games are leading young men into alarmingly high rates of “social isolation” and a “modern meltdown of manhood.”
“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