Carlo Climati told CNA on April 5 that Satanism "destroys those universal values that are written in the hearts of each human being." It creates "a society that is turned on its head, in which good becomes evil and evil becomes good." [Hey, remember that group of intellectual bastards who say that what you think is right is already ok, like in the case of using contraceptives. Yeah, right. I will call them bastards even if they are clerics.]
Climati is the press director of the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University in Rome. [The university run by the Opus Dei. So, if a cleric or angry nun is...um...angry with what the Opus Dei does, you can be sure that these are relativists and Modernists. Stay away from them.]
He said young people become captivated "by the illusion of a life that appears to be free of all rules" [like what the RH Bill is fighting for.] and by a deceiving freedom that leads them "to a state of dependency and slavery." [Hey, Lea Salonga and Jim Paredes! Where is your pro-choice stand now, huh?]
"Unfortunately, modern society is often dominated by moral relativism. This fosters the spread of Satanism," he noted.
Climati explained that young people are often "the victims of terrible loneliness, the lack of communication and difficult family situations." They find the occult to be "an easy and quick fix for their problems" and they mistake it for a game. "In recent years young people have sort of been brainwashed into not being afraid of the occult world," he added. [Is Harry Potter any indication to you folks?]
"Certain forms of rock music could be considered 'diabolical' or anti-educational" and often become "a bridge between teens and devil worship." [Remember folks that this priest is speaking not because he hates rock music but because he treats people who were possessed and have attachment to these forms of ....uhm....'art'.]
"Satanic rock" is easily recognizable for its violent and anti-Christian lyrics and for the "CD jackets that contain bloody and blasphemous images," Climati explained. [Remember Guns and Roses?]
He said the internet and the media are often dangerous places for "psychologically fragile young people," who entertain themselves by practicing "rites they invent after surfing the web or after reading a book on the occult."
"Unfortunately," he added, "sometimes they end up committing acts of violence or murder." [Where are the parents?]
Climati recently participated in the seminar, "Exorcism and the Prayer of Liberation," held in Rome. It offered resources to young priests to differentiate between exorcism as a spiritual and theological issue, and Satanism.
Was SVT, MST and Euntes invited to the seminar?
I hope so....
Either to listen and learn...
And if they are so hard headed, be used as an experiment.
"Ok, the newbies will line up and use their training on these few men and women from these institutes in the Philippines. The one that drives out the demon fastest from these dissidents and heretics, win a prize!"
"What's the prize?"
"You get to become the Dean of one of these schools!"