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"Archbishop Andrzej Dziega warned that Halloween was behind a 'culture of death'. ... He wrote that 'irresponsible and anti-Christian fun' introduced young people to a 'world of darkness, including devils, vampires and demons' in the name of 'fun'."Oh yes, much better to introduce kids to devils and demons in the name of truly scaring the hell out of them. Of convincing them that these demons actually exist, like the Catholic Church does, so they can live daily with the fear of spending eternity in hell. And "culture of death"? Really? Is Dziega worried that Halloween's stealing the the Church's show?matt
Subject: Re: [humanism-174] Polish Catholic Church in Halloween warning
From: Mark Tiborsky
Date: October 30,[masked]:58 AM
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Not to mention- worshipping & asking favors of a guy who supposedly died & came back to life 2,000 yrs ago is about as occult-ish as it gets!
On Oct 30,[masked]:45 AM, "sheri presloid" <[address removed]> wrote:
Huh....Wasn't it the Polish catholic church that just had the "hazing" of kids licking whipped cream off a priest's knees? I think that is scarier!
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