- Aug 12, 2020
On Monday the Vatican launched a social media campaign urging young people to heed a recent appeal from Pope Francis to reach out to elderly in their area who are isolated because of the coronavirus.
One long-time exorcist has sounded the alarm over an uptick in what he said is an aggressive increase in Satanism among young people, which he insists is due in part to the rapid growth of cultural secularism and a lack of strong role models.
A group of international exorcists has raised the alarm about a new children’s book teaching kids how to interact with and summon demons, saying the publication is not only a spiritual threat, but is a disguised attempt to lure young people into satanism.
Africa’s top prelate has hit back against the notion that clerical sexual abuse is a purely western problem, saying it happens on his home turf too, though he also pressed for Pope Francis’s newly minted reporting mechanism to be broadened to cover local issues.
Visiting a violence-plagued African nation, Pope Francis Thursday was greeted by young people chanting “reconciliation.”
Inspired by teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg and her “Fridays for Future” protests, a young couple in Germany is launching a “Sundays for Life” campaign, inviting everyone to take to the streets every Sunday for about 30 minutes on behalf of unborn children and their mothers.