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No Coexistence: When Crusaders Clash with Satanists at Historic Cross. This video features a clash between Catholics and satanists on July 10, 2021. Satan showed his ugly head and was crushed by the …More
No Coexistence: When Crusaders Clash with Satanists at Historic Cross.

This video features a clash between Catholics and satanists on July 10, 2021. Satan showed his ugly head and was crushed by the Virgin at the Bladensburg Cross Memorial in Maryland.

Followers of the Satanic Temple planned a rally at the Bladensburg cross to attack the controversial monument and to claim it as their own. However, Satan received a mighty blow when the temple members found Our Lady and nearly 130 prayer warriors already on the scene.

On July 10, members of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP) hosted a Rosary rally in front of the Bladensburg Cross Memorial. The cross is a solemn landmark, which honors American veterans of World War I. It was the object of a 2019 Supreme Court battle where enemies of the cross tried to have it torn down. Fortunately, the Court ruled 7-2 in favor of this symbol of salvation.

Members of the Satanic Temple sought to dedicate the cross to those Satanists that died in World War I during their rally. However, Catholic protesters countered their efforts as TFP members and friends offered reparation and showed their devotion to Christ's Cross. The friends of the cross to the opposition were approximately 130 participants to 70.

To be consistent with its stated purpose, the Temple’s rally should have been held under the cross on the traffic island where it is located. However, police kept people off the traffic island. The prayer protest was right next to the cross. The Satanic rally was far from the cross, more than one hundred yards away. This can be considered a victory since the Satanists had no direct access to the cross.

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