Internet contacts spur rise in Satanism
CWN - March 31, 2011
A rise in Satanic activity can be attributed in part to the widespread availability of information on the internet, according to Church experts gathered for a conference on the problem.
Meeting at Regina Apostolorum University in Rome, exorcists and other Catholic experts reported a spread of interest in Satanism. One speaker noted that the internet has made it easier to find information about the occult, and to make contact with others who are engaged in Satanic practices.
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