Saturday, July 29, 2017

Sins Of Superstition: Chi, Yoga, And Harry Potter

I find the videos on the Sensus Fidelium youtube page to be quite helpful.  They are faithful to the Traditions of Holy Mother Church.  When I was approximately 11 years old, the "spirit of Vatican II" had infested our parochial school so I appreciate these resources as I try to recoup the Catholic heritage and patrimony of which many of us were unjustly deprived in our formative years.  I'd recommend perusing that channel.


  1. Demonic worship needs to be illegal. Worshiping evil is not a religion. For sure it is against the intentions of our founding fathers and the preamble of the USA Constitution.
    The "pursuit of happiness" is not the pursuit of hell and it's inhabitants.

  2. I watched the video and have one question. At the end of the video the priest states that the laity should not say the St. Michael prayer given to us by Pope Leo XIII because in the early 1980's the CDF said it should not be used by the laity and in 2008 could only be used by a priest if given permission by the bishop. This was signed by Cardinal Ratzinger. Is he taking about the St. Michael prayer that starts " St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil, may God rebuke him etc.........."??? I have never heard of this before. We say this particular prayer after Mass at our parish and at two other parishes I have attended. Do you know if there is another St. Michael prayer that he may be talking about???

    1. There are two of them. What you just recited is the one we all recite, and is prayed at the end of Traditional Latin Masses. The other is the one forbidden to laypeople, as that is used during exorcisms.


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