This is flat out wrong. there is no reincarnation in Catholic theology, only the Ressurrection at the last day.
- Is it wrong to believe that saying the Rosary or Hail Mary is wrong? I do not want to violate the First Commandment, so they get me worried.
The Rosary was given to us by Our Lady and the church, and the Hail Mary is straight out of the New Testament. The Church would not, could not, approve devotions that were meant to violate God’s commandments or bring spiritual harm. Praying for the intercession of Mary or the Saints is by no means a violation of the First Commandment. Mary is not God. St. Jude is not God. Nor for that matter is Fr. O’Brien at your local parish who you may have asked to pray for you about something. Because that is exactly what we do when we pray the Hail Mary. We are not saying “we worship you, O great and powerful Mary” when we pray the Rosary, nor would she ever she wish us to. Instead we ask that she, a creature like us, intercede for us to God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
- The Church needs to have children’s programs outside CCD in order to attract children to the faith. I know some Protestants who have youth group activities.
This is a perfectly fine matter of opinion, and there is no “right” or “wrong”. I kinda-sorta disagree, only as IMO if we start aping what Protestants are doing, that could be a slippery slope, and I’d rather have activities, if going that route, that both entertain and teach solid catechesis, something we Catholics seem not to have grasped really well yet. On the one extreme, you have “teen masses” that try to be “hip” and “relevant” and water down the Mass, and on the other direction you have EWTN’s rather ham-fisted attempts at children’s programming, which while definitely faithful, are so eye-gougingly ugly in their execution (animation, acting, etc.) that no sane parent would want to watch them with their kids…
- Is it wrong to believe in Marian sightings that have not been approved by the church (ie Our Lady of La Vang)
The answer is “it depends.” There has been a long debate about the veracity of one such apparition, at a place in the former Yugoslavia that to avoid problems I shall not name, and so while not “wrong”, neither is the Church going to encourage it overmuch until a thorough investigation has happened. I’ve not heard of Our Lady of La Vang, so I can’t really say anything about that one.
- Is it wrong to believe that Heaven is individual for each person? Are there different conditions for each person’s desires?
I’m not a theologian, but this sounds highly suspect. I doubt that God has a Heaven for each and every one of us. He might, but why He would makes no sense, especially as at the end, Heaven and Earth will become one anyway IINM.
- Is it wrong to believe that God and, unfortunately, Satan can communicate with us in dreams?
We know God and the angels can. St. Joseph received two such dreams concerning the infant Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew. As for Satan – I don’t know and I hope sincerely I never get inflicted with the opportunity to find out!