Magisterial Fidelity
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Thursday, August 17, 2006 :::
 

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (Reuters) -- Southern Africa's Catholic bishops have warned priests to stop moonlighting as witch doctors, fortune tellers and traditional healers, and to rely on Christ for miracles.

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The bishops ordered priests to "desist from practices involving spirits," and to steer clear from witchcraft, fortune-telling and selling spiritual powers or magic medicines.

"The belief that ancestors are endowed with supernatural powers borders on idolatry. It is God, and God alone, who is all-powerful while the ancestors are created by him," said the pastoral letter to priests issued earlier this month.

The kicker is, it goes on every day in Boston parishes and in parishes across the nation.

Remember when I and others asked to stop Rosa Buffoone from delivering the "reiki god" to, of all things, "heal" the people at Cuenin's parish?

Remember when they wouldn't, I told them I'd have a limo pick them up so they could lay down and have the reiki god delivered to them - I had a donor willing to pay for it?

If it's good enough for the flock - let them have some.

When the Cardinal noticed a couple of thousand dollars missing - all hell broke loose.


::: posted by prolife pundits at 11:23 AM

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