Belief in God and superstition incompatible, says Mexican bishop

.- Bishop Pedro Pablo Elizondo Cardenas of Cancun-Chetumal, Mexico, warned Mexicans this week against believing in superstition, which, he said, the world proposes as an answer to personal problems. He said that the only answer to trials and tribulations is in attentiveness to the word of God.

The bishop lamented the loss of faith and the spread of pagan rites and superstition, such as fortune telling and tarot cards, which are rejected by God.
 
He warned parents not to let their children to become involved in witchcraft, sorcery, magic, astrology or séances, “because all these things are an abomination to your God.”  Such practices, he said, were common among pagans, “but we know that Christ is the only one who came to bring to the truth.”

 

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