Demons Invited Into Sanctuary

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by Church Militant  •  •  October 26, 2021   

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A California bishop offered Mass to open the Synod of Bishops, with participants in full regalia — pagan regalia. Dream catchers and feathers were the order of the day, along with dancers and an apparent shaman. Church Militant's William Mahoney has more on the event and the bishop overseeing it.

Two Sundays ago, drums were heard thumping as a man stood at the pulpit shaking a maraca, waving a feather, and bowing to each of the four directions at the commencement Mass led by San Bernardino's Bp. Alberto Rojas.

At the responsorial psalm, fully masked interpretative dancers entertained the congregation with their craft.

One priest requesting anonymity offered some Catholic insight into what transpired that Lord's Day.

Priest: "Fundamentally, it's all just demon-inspired witchcraft and has no place within a church whatsoever. With these kind of individuals, as bishops, you know, what will be next with this synodal process?"

Bishop Rojas came to the United States from Mexico in the 1990s through Chicago's Casa Jesus, a known homosexual hothouse. He began his ecclesiastical rise in the Windy City under notorious homosexual Cdl. Joseph Bernardin.

One priest in San Berardino blasted Rojas this summer for signing a pro-homosexual statement on protecting LGBT youth.

Church Militant contacted Bp. Rojas directly for comment but received no response as of this recording.

In a sad irony, the pagan rituals that conceivably invite demons occurred at the parish Queen of Angels.

Rojas also instructs priests to deny religious exemptions for jab mandates.

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