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Satan Club for 5-Year-Old Children Sparks 87,000 Complaints
Contact: Robert Ritchie, 717-309-1990

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 9, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- Concerned Catholics with America Needs Fatima have launched a protest petition to the authorities of the Sacramento Elementary School in Portland, Oregon, urging them to stop the Satanic Temple from opening an "After School Satan Club" in that school.
Members of the Satanic Temple plan to hold an open house on Wednesday, November 16, at the Sacramento Elementary School. If the event is not canceled, children will be exposed to the first After School Satan Club allowed to operate in the public school system of our nation.

"Parents are aghast. And so many good people are standing up in peaceful protest," said America Needs Fatima rally coordinator Francis Slobodnik.

"More than 87,000 people have signed the petition against Satan Clubs, urging school authorities NOT to allow Satan -- the father of lies -- into the lives of young children. Every single voice counts against the devil. This needs to be stopped."

See the online petition here: www.returntoorder.org/petition/keep-satan-sacramento-schools 

"Satanism is about lies and darkness," Slobodnik explained. "When we say 'God bless America' we really mean it. We only love God. Satan is not welcome in our culture. Satan should be excluded in our schools because children cannot prosper if they embrace lies, evil and anarchy."

"To dismiss the opening of a Satan Club in an elementary school as something of little importance is to ignore the way Satan works," said Francis Slobodnik. "Once Satan gets in, who will get him out?"

To oppose the influence of Satan, Catholics and God-fearing Americans are gathering for a Rally on the public sidewalk in front of the Sacramento Elementary School in Portland, Oregon on Wednesday, November 16, at 11:30 a.m.

Please join us.

Contact: Robert Ritchie, 717-309-1990