- Mar 29, 2020
Despite being perhaps the fastest-growing Catholic-inspired devotion in the Americas, concentrated in Mexico and Central America the cult of “Santa Muerte,” of “Saint Death,” is not only not Catholic, but Catholic leaders say it’s actually heretical since Jesus came to offer eternal life rather than death.
October is the month of the Rosary, one of the most potent weapons against the power of evil, as the life of Blessed Bartolo Longo — the Apostle of the Rosary, whose anniversary coincidentally falls this month — dramatically shows.
Granted, “Satanism” as it’s expressed today is often little more than a form of adolescent rebellion, and the threat it poses to Christianity in places such as Oklahoma shouldn’t be exaggerated, but that’s no reason for Christians to dismiss it altogether.
When it comes to thinking about evil in our contemporary world, there are two mistakes we can make: to see it everywhere, to see it nowhere. C.S. Lewis warned of both extremes in his introduction to The Screwtape Letters. There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race
SANTA FE, N.M. — A state prison inmate says New Mexico correction officials aren’t allowing him to practice his religion and properly worship Satan behind bars. KRQE-TV reports (http://goo.gl/VvTwZX) that Bernard Pritchard recently filed a lawsuit in state court alleging the chaplain and deputy warden at the Southern New Mexico