Thursday, November 2, 2017

Priest warns Catholics vs ‘satanic’ rosaries in Laoag

By Leilanie G. Adriano
Staff reporter

LAOAG CITY—The Diocese of Laoag has called on its faithful to surrender cursed rosaries circulating in the province.

Father Philip Anthony Dimagiba, Ilocos Norte Provincial Police Office Chaplain said the presence of cursed rosaries here shocked him.

According to Fr. Dimagiba, some parishioners surrendered some of these items to him.

When asked about the indicators of a cursed rosary, he explained, “No INRI symbol, the Luciferian sun is present, four actually, the sun is the symbol of Lucifer, the angel of light before he rebelled versus God, there is a snake at the back of the crucified Lord, again the snake is the ancient serpent, the dragon who is Satan in the garden of Eden, who tempted men to disobey God not to eat the fruit.”

Should a Catholic believer encounter any of these “diabolical” rosaries, he said they should surrender them to parish workers for destruction.

“The object is cursed because it was offered in prayer to the evil one before they [were] distributed free to people. It is hexed,” Fr. Dimagiba said.

In a statement of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) posted in their website, some people made these “satanic rosaries” and gave them away deceive Catholics

October is the month of the Holy Rosary. In Ilocos Norte where there are more than 18,000 Catholics, the praying of the Holy Rosary has been a common sight in churches, schools, houses and even in commercial establishments.

With the proliferation of rosaries bearing satanic symbols, often made of plastic materials, Catholic Church officials advised people to be extra careful when using these “cursed” rosaries.

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