Month: October 2021

john paul ii, eucharist, spiritual battle

Five Ways to Defend Yourself Against Evil

Christians should not live in fear of the devil. We are called to be God-fearing people and what this means is that we live in awe of God and all that he is doing in our lives because of his great love for each of us. Our strength comes from “the Lord’s Resurrection, in the triumph of life over death, of love over hatred, of truth over falsehood, of light over darkness.”

hauntings, possessions, exorcisms, adam blai, Catholic halloween

Don’t Fall for Misguided Spirituality this Halloween

There are several false religions or spiritualities in the world. It’s important to guard against falling into them, as they are almost always pathways to demonic interaction. Every measure must be taken to guard against the false promises of Satan in black magic, which has become readily available online and promoted in the media.

kimberly hahn, beloved and blessed, family life,

Reclaiming True Marital Intimacy

God enables our bodies to speak his life-giving language of love. Sex is God’s idea; it is not the consequence of sin. In marital sexuality the meaning of unity is evident through bonding, the purpose of unity is evident in babies, and the joy of unity is evident through pleasure. Here is a brief look at each of these three aspects.  

exorcism, halloween, the occult, catholic teaching on psychics, fortune teller, palm reader

The World of the Occult

The word “occult” comes from the Latin occultus, meaning hidden or secret. Its basic principle is that people want to bypass God. The world of the occult is extremely complex and diverse. It is expressed in various ways by such things as superstition, idolatry, and divination, but ultimately falls under the heading of magic. All magic is inherently evil and very dangerous because it has its origin in “the dominion of darkness” (Col 1:13).