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Catholics are invoking Our Lady to help shut down a demonic radio station in the Newark archdiocese, established under disgraced pederast Theodore McCarrick. On Wednesday, they held a Rosary-of-reparation rally in Newark, New Jersey, with several guest speakers. Church Militant's William Mahoney looks at the event and the station polluting the airwaves.
Catholics gathered outside Sacred Heart Cathedral to implore Heaven's aide in combating assaults on the Faith.
Michael Hichborn, Lepanto Institute: "There is a radio station that is under the direct authority of the cardinal archbishop of Newark, New Jersey that is broadcasting deeply violent, satanic and sadistic music."
That radio station is WSOU or "Pirate Radio," the official student-run station of nominally Catholic Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. It's located in the Newark archdiocese under the jurisdiction of pro-gay cardinal Joseph Tobin.
Catholic author Jesse Romero reminded Catholics the Church teaches the faithful "have the right and even at times a duty to manifest to the sacred pastors their opinion on matters which pertain to the good of the Church."
Jesse Romero: "Cardinal Tobin, we are calling you to find, to dig deep and to be the apostle you are by office. You are a successor of the Apostles by office. We're asking you to protect your sheep, all the little ones out there."
The special guest speaker — known for not mincing words and boldly proclaiming the Faith — remained true to form.
Fr. James Altman:
And I love you. And the problem is he [Tobin] doesn't. We're here today precisely because God damns this activity of this radio station that endangers and poisons eternal souls. And God damns Cdl. Tobin's failure to put a stop to it. Don't give me any bologna, Cdl. Tobin, that it's a separate entity, you can't do anything about it. Bologna, Cdl. Tobin! One word from you and it's over. And you refuse to do it.
Another speaker broadcasted the importance of appealing to St. Michael the Archangel, the first to stand up against the Devil for the glory of God.
Br. Mauricio Torres: "Today, we have to ask for his help. Ask for him to give us the courage to defend the Church of Christ."
Since Lepanto Institute first reported last year on WSOU, opposition to the station has been growing in numbers and intensity.
The Devil has been on the Catholic airwaves there for 34 years.