I am an internet wanderer, who adores looking and consuming information. I was looking on information on sacramentals (who doesn’t love them!!), and this site came up.
Now, being familiar with anti-Catholic and pro-Catholic resources, I’m afraid that this site wavered my faith uncomfortable sitting in my computer chair. Viewing the site of the head of St. Catherine gave me a gruesome chill down my spine, and viewing the image of our Blessed Mother as a strange boyish-looking statue made me quiver. Another image portrayed the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and beneath lies the caption of “Juan Diego presents image of his temple goddess.”
It told me that the bodies that were incorruptible is a demonic trick.
Ash Wednesday is equivalent to marking gurus on their forhead on third-eye initiates.
That veneration and communication and communion of saints is a form of necromancy and spiritism.
That stigmata is demonic mockery of Jesus’s death and crucifixion.
The gift of ‘bi-location’ (being at two places at once) given to Padre Pio. I’ve never heard of such a gift, and it is leading to such practices of the New Age.
And as our flying saint and levitation, it further reads that
“These are either wild, fabricated tales, or they are the result of Catholic spiritism that they call miracles. Other diabolic miracles EWTN parades as sanctified include statues bleeding, crying, or shedding oil; crucifixes coming to life and talking to Catholic mystics. None of these cheap parlor tricks have any biblical precedent, instead all have parallels in the world of the occult.”
It slanders our Lady of Guadalupe, saying
“This Aztec devil in the guise of a lady appeared to St. Juan Diego in 1531 at the very place that the Mexicans worshipped the goddess Tonantzin, the goddess of earth and corn. Her name means “Our Mother” in Nahuatl, the Mexican language. This devil goddess told St. Juan Diego she wanted a temple built for herself at the same location where the original pagan temple had once stood in honor of the goddess.”
It mentioned the moon under her feet as an Islamic symbol… but all know that it is an artisitc portrayal of the woman from Revelation.
"This is merely an expensive monument outlining the Roman Catholic Church’s agenda in gathering all religions under her jurisdiction. In the past whenever astute Protestant historians documented Rome’s merger of Christianity and paganism, Catholic spokespersons protested loudly denying any such connection. And now they proudly identify the origin of their own Lady of the Angels with the pagan Inca goddess, Pachamama. Unbelievable!
*The artists responsible for the new Mary boldly told the Los Angeles Times, "I think that throughout all the representations of the Virgin goddess, there has always been the recognition that each one of those has been of the time and of the people."12
*So, even the Catholic artists sees her as a “goddess.” Catholic apologists really can’t get away with the denials anymore."
Okay, so the person failed at seeing that the Ark of the covenant was a symbolic fulfillment of the Ark that was created in the OT. nevertheless, I need help in explaining so I won’t have to be lead to conversion to Quakerism.Rationally, I would know that people would never worship Mary a the Goddess, but pagan beliefs always had a great Goddess, but then again, many had a Sun God who came as the ruler of all…
Anyways, please help with this site so I can be ready for such next time and I can be better at understanding arguments made by individuals working to ‘save’ those from the Church.
Kevyn Scott Kateri Calanza Bello