UPDATE on Black Mass planned for Oklahoma City

Satanic Priest Adam Daniels bragged publicly that he had obtained a consecrated host for use (i.e., desecration) in the Black Mass planned for next month, so Oklahoma City’s Archbishop Paul Coakley filed a lawsuit to get the host returned.

In the lawsuit, the Archbishop said that not only is the consecrated host the rightful property of the Catholic Church, it is literally priceless, because no value can be placed on the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Lord, Jesus Christ.

“The consecrated host, which has been obtained illicitly from a Catholic Church, is to be desecrated the vilest ways imaginable as an offering in sacrifice to Satan.” – Archbishop Coakley

The attorney representing Coakley explained in an article at Catholic Vote that the lawsuit was simple.

“A consecrated host only comes from the Catholic Church. Satanists acquired the host by theft or fraud – both of which are illegal ways of acquiring property. That means that the Satanists have a legal obligation to return the stolen property.”

The judge agreed.

Earlier today, an attorney representing the Satanic Church presented the host to a Catholic priest in Oklahoma City. With its return, Archbishop Coakley dismissed the lawsuit with prejudice.

August 4, 2014: Bishop Edward J. Slattery (Tulsa, OK) [4:30]

The fast Bishop Slattery asked for did not achieve (yet) outright cancellation, but as of yesterday, Daniels’ group had sold only 39 tickets to their blasphemous event. Please join us in praying God’s will be done.

St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And do thou, O Prince of the heavenly hosts, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan, and all the evil spirits, who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.



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2 responses to “UPDATE on Black Mass planned for Oklahoma City

  1. “…as of yesterday, Daniels’ group had sold only 39 tickets to their blasphemous event.”

    Really? That’s hilarious. I sure hope they had to put down a big, fat, non-refundable deposit on the place.


  2. This battle isn’t over, but I’m glad the host was returned!