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a pagan indian ceremony being performed near the altar in a Catholic

Pagan rituals officially accepted by American Bishops

On July 15, 2017, the celebrations in honor of Kateri Tekakwitha, who was proclaimed a saint by the Conciliar Church, was used as a pretext for the American Bishops to promote a report on a survey on the application of "inculturation" in the Dioceses around the country.

Indeed, as an encouragement to enforce "inculturation" by including Indian symbols in the Catholic Liturgy, this question was asked: "Do the Native people in your archdiocese/diocese use their symbols and rituals in their communal life?"

Fifty-one Dioceses replied "Yes" to this question and described the various symbols and rituals; others indicated that they had been incorporated into the Catholic worship of the community. Among the most common symbols/rituals are the following:

A list of Native American religious ceremonies

In this way, the American Bishops encouraged the introduction of pagan symbols into the Catholic Liturgy, following the path of Vatican II.

The celebrations of Kateri shown on this page took place at Bensalem, PA, and were sponsored by the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament. You can see how the pagan rituals are taking over the liturgy of the Novus Ordo Mass.

This posting is based on the article "Nothing like celebrating a Catholic Saint with paganism," posted by Connecticut Catholic Corner.


people line up to receive a native american incense blessing

Photos from the Connecticut Catholic Corner

Posted September 10, 2017
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