SATANIC POWERS EXPOSED IN BRAND-NEW FILM OUT TOMORROW
They have captured the truth of Satan, demons, and demonic forces unlike anything ever seen on screen in Nefarious. Released on Friday, April 14, Solomon and Konzelman give the world the uncensored look at Satan’s agenda. This film is the perfect Trojan horse to introduce the reality behind the culture war to an audience that would never be attracted to a film about God. But the film is billed as a horror thriller with writing and acting the caliber of Silence of the Lambs.
But be ready, when you take your older teens or 20-somethings to see this film, to answer their questions about faith, God, and the culture war. LifeSiteNews is committed to bringing viewers the fullness of Truth in Jesus Christ and is proud to expose the dark forces of Satan with this powerful film. Don’t miss out in theaters on Friday, April 14.
THE FBI TARGETS THE SSPX
It was Rep. Jim Jordan who unearthed documents stating that the FBI planned to “engage in outreach to leadership” of SSPX chapels in Richmond area “to sensitize these congregations to warning signs of radicalization & to enlist their assistance to serve as suspicious activity tripwires.”
Jordan stated that at least one undercover employee sought to use local religious organizations as “new avenues for tripwire and source development.” This activity was not relegated to the SSPX, as even so-called “mainline Catholic parishes” and local “diocesan leadership” was also under the microscope.
The FBI, according to a letter released by Jordan, “purported to categorize Catholic Americans based on theological distinctions and relied on the Southern Poverty Law Center to suggest that certain kinds of Catholic Americans may be domestic terrorists.”
OKLAHOMA CATHOLICS PRESS FORWARD IN BID FOR NATION’S FIRST RELIGIOUS CHARTER SCHOOL
The proposed school – St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School – would offer tuition-free online education throughout the state of Oklahoma.
Lara Schuler, director of Catholic education for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, told _The Pillar _earlier this year that the school would particularly serve Catholics living in rural areas of the state, where there are no brick-and-mortar Catholic schools nearby.
In Oklahoma, virtual schools are required to be charter schools, she added.
The proposal to open St. Isidore is clear about the school’s Catholic identity. While the K-12 school would serve students of any or no faith background, it would offer religious instruction and would operate “as a genuine instrument of the Church,” the application states.
If approved, St. Isidore would be the first explicitly religious charter school in the United States. Charter schools are taxpayer funded, but they are run independently and are not tied to a specific neighborhood.