Satanists Gave Back the Host, but We’ve Still Got a Black Mass Happening.

Satanists Gave Back the Host, but We’ve Still Got a Black Mass Happening. August 22, 2014

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So, the satanists obeyed a court order and gave back the consecrated host they’d stolen.

Was it the “real” consecrated host?

All I know is that they signed a document saying it was, and that they no longer possess a consecrated Host and they will not use a consecrated Host in their ritual.

I’m guessing that if they turn around and lip off to somebody in the future, saying that they violated this court order, they might be in contempt of court (among other things). Their “priest” is a convicted felon, a sex offender. Does he really want to play that game?

Now, back to the black mass.

The short story is: It’s still on.

What that means is that our Archbishop needs all the support and backing he can get from us pew sitters.

We need to continue praying, especially the St Michael prayer.

We need to continue praying our Rosaries.

We need to go to mass and confession to keep ourselves clear from evil.

We need to show up for the Eucharistic processions.

Unless we’re having surgery or giving birth, we need to show up at St Francis of Assisi Church at 1901 NW 18 in Oklahoma City at 3 pm on September 21 for a Eucharistic Holy Hour with Archbishop Coakley.

I told a fellow Christian from another denomination this morning that this black mass is an opportunity for us to renounce Satan and all his works and take a stand for Christ.

That means all Christians, everywhere.

The fight’s not over until it’s over, and this fight ain’t over.

I support Archbishop Coakley 100%.

I hope I see you at the Eucharistic Holy Hour. It’s not often that we get to put our baptismal vows to such direct action. Don’t miss this opportunity to stand for Jesus.

Here is Archbishop Coakley’s Press Release:

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 21, 2014) – Archbishop Coakley announced Thursday that the consecrated Host at the center of a lawsuit filed in Oklahoma County District Court has been returned.

An attorney representing the head of the satanic group presented the Host to a Catholic priest Thursday afternoon. The lawsuit sought return of the Host following multiple public statements by the head of the local satanic group that they planned to defile and desecrate the consecrated Host during a satanic ‘black mass’ scheduled next month in Oklahoma City.

With the return of the Host and an accompanying signed statement from the satanic group leader that the group no longer possesses a consecrated Host, nor will they use a consecrated Host in their rituals, the archbishop agreed to dismiss the lawsuit with prejudice.

“I am relieved that we have been able to secure the return of the sacred Host, and that we have prevented its desecration as part of a planned satanic ritual,” said Archbishop Paul Coakley of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. “I remain concerned about the dark powers that this satanic worship invites into our community and the spiritual danger that this poses to all who are involved in it, directly or indirectly.”

Archbishop Coakley has made repeated requests for the city’s leaders to cancel the satanic ritual in a publicly funded facility.

“I have raised my concerns … and pointed out how deeply offensive this proposed sacrilegious act is to Christians and especially to the more than 250,000 Catholics who live in Oklahoma.”

On Sept. 21, the day the satanic ritual has been scheduled, the archbishop invites the Catholic community as well as all Christians and people of good will to join him in prayer for a Eucharistic Holy Hour at 3 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 1901 NW 18, followed by an outdoor Procession and Benediction.

“For more than 1 billion Catholics worldwide, the Mass is the most sacred of religious rituals,” the archbishop said. “It is the center of Catholic worship and celebrates Jesus Christ’s redemption of the world by his death and resurrection. We are grateful for the gift of the Eucharist and pray that this threatened sacrilege will heighten our appreciation and deepen our faith in the Lord’s Eucharistic presence among us.”

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20 responses to “Satanists Gave Back the Host, but We’ve Still Got a Black Mass Happening.”

  1. Considering that Communion in the hand makes the obtaining of a Host (and locally) readily available, I don’t really see the “victory” in this matter.

  2. I sincerely hope that other churches (and maybe some muslims too?) will join with Catholics for this protest. I will pray and go to adoration. OK is too far away for me to attend.

  3. I echo the question of many others: how do we know that the host that was returned was actually the consecrated one? Is the affidavit of a satanist trustworthy?

  4. For that matter, how do we know they had a consecrated host to begin with?

    I am curious that they had to agree to agree not to use a consecrated host at all. I didn’t look closely at the legal details, but I had assumed teh group claimed to have swiped a consecrated host from a parish somewhere, presumably getting one but not consuming it during communion. Thus, the bishop argued the host belonged to the Church.

    But what if the group managed to get, for example, some laicized priest who’s left the Church to consecrate a host for them. Could the Chuch still make the claim that the host belonged to the Church?

  5. The moderator of this blog posting doesn’t seem to like my tone or something, so I assume this comment will be excised as my last two were…but here goes: Have you ever TRIED to remove a host from your mouth after it’s been placed on your tongue? It would be an exceedingly sloppy procedure, and MUCH more publicly visible than merely palming the host you received in your hand and then pocketing it back at the pew.

  6. Um…when / where did I commit the offense you reference in your above note, oh Mighter Moderatrix?

  7. As someone from Oklahoma, I would guess that these words will be in vain. This is Southern Baptist country and those guys think Catholics worship Saints and aren’t real Christians.

    Case in point, I remember when I was in Life Teen years and years ago and we went to a youth function with a local Catholic Church. Our youth minister was named Frank. he was the nicest guy you would ever know. The kind of guy who never seemed to get mad or hold grudges. Anyways, our group and another got together to do some work in the community and it ended with a combined assembly where the Baptist youth pastor spoke first. He seemed nice, at least at first. Then it was our turn. When Frank went up next and tried to shake the guys hand he totally snubbed him and then basically had the Baptist kids get up and leave halfway through Frank’s part of the assembly.

    Learned later from the kids that went to that church but were friends with many of us that they were taken back to their church and grilled on what we had told them. I remember thinking how bizarre it was that they were “debriefed” just from hanging out with Catholics all day. In the eyes of many of them it likely looks like two different groups of satanists having a fight.

  8. Cajaquarius, I have been in contact with the Southern Baptist leadership here in Oklahoma, and they are very supportive. I believe that all Oklahoma Christians recognize that we stand united as one against Satan and all his works.

    Our Lord and His followers are under attack all over the world, including here in the United States. We are in a new age of martyrdom. We must — and I believe we will — stand together.

  9. The Satanist claimed that a priest in another country consecrated the host for him, and then sent it to him. This sounds fishy, and I suspect he was trying to play games. If the host had been snatched from a Catholic church in the US, presumably the archbishop could have demanded its return, but I think the satanist thought that pretending it came from out of the country would put it legally out of bounds. It did not.
    A laicized priest loses all ability to consecrate a host. As the word itself indicates, he is just the laity now.

  10. He’s a convicted sex offender and a satanist.

    If he said it was raining outside, I would get up, go to the window and look for myself.

  11. I may be wrong but I understand that though laicized priests do not have faculties, I’m pretty sure they can hear death bed confessions, validly absolve and give Viaticum and anointing of the sick, in emergencies.

  12. I think we need to be careful that we don’t unintentionally reduce the consecration of the Host to a magic formula that has the power to ‘capture’ Jesus. I’m not saying that’s what you think. But I have seen some people write things on this subject that cause me to suspect that’s exactly what they believe. Jesus transubstantiates when and where He wills. He cannot be the prisoner of a priest or a satanist who wishes harm to come to His Body and Blood. If Jesus IS present, it’s because He wills it.

  13. Rebecca, I go and look out the window even when the weather broadcaster says it is raining! 🙂

  14. I respect the fact catholics are opposed to this ritual.

    But what I don’t understand is why you think that the catholic church has the right to try to get it stopped. You have every right to pray against it. You have every right to protest against it. However, this person, nutcase though he might be, has a right to his religious beliefs and rituals. He has a right to rent public facilities on the same terms as any other group.

    I certainly don’t want the government deciding which religious beliefs deserve protection.

  15. You mean like going around the country and trying to coerce people with threats of lawsuits over things like putting a cross commemorating your dead loved one on a roadside? Or maybe you mean like threatening a bunch of high school cheerleaders with federal lawsuits for displaying a Bible verse at a football game. Or maybe you mean using threats of lawsuit to censor student’s speeches to prohibit any mention of their faith. Or maybe you mean suing against using the 9/11 cross as part of an exhibit of that tragedy because seeing a cross makes you ill.

    I could go on for days.

    I know your reply already. Catholics should not exercise their free right to petition the government because what they are petitioning the government for is “wrong,” whereas those who constantly attacks Christians are ok for doing it since they are “right” or some such.

    You are trying to limit other people’s right to petition the government and applying a double standard in order to use emotional and psychological blackmail.