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Samantha Fava wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Can I pray for satanists or have they committed the one unforgivable sin?

Also, I have satanic dreams, insomnia, and anxiety and wake at 3:00am.

  • What can I do about this?

Samantha

  { Can I pray for satanists or is their sin unforgivable and how do I handle satanic dreams? }

Bob replied:

Samantha,

You can certainly pray for satanists. There have been converts to the faith, like Betty Brennan, who were former satanists. I'm sure someone's prayers were responsible.

Your other issues can be overcome by:

  • Praying the Rosary (the most powerful weapon of prayer)
  • Going to Confession, and
  • Receiving the Blessed Sacrament.

Stay close to the Blessed Virgin. Satan does not do well around her so he tends to stay away.

Peace,

Bob Kirby

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