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Kevin wrote:

Hi, guys —

I would like to ask your opinion on where the Catholic Church would stand on this:

  • Is it OK to turn a negative into a positive?

For example, if a family is tormented by demons, and they ask wiccans, or a white witch to banish them, and it works, then that negative (the wiccan) is a positive.


  { Can someone do something a little evil in order to have a good outcome? }

Paul replied:


The universal principle is that one can never do an evil in order that a good may come from it.

An evil means never justifies a good end. Working with occult powers that are contrary to God like wiccans and witches violates the First Commandment.


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