‘Charlie Charlie’ Game, Traditional Catholics Do Not Call On Demons

Today at St. Catherine’s Catholic School, a girl in 7th grade asked me what I thought about playing the big new hit game; “Charlie”.  That was the first time I had heard of it.
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‘A game that purports to invoke a Mexican demon – known as “Charlie, Charlie” and considered to be a simplified version of the Ouija board – has gone viral on social media among young people, prompting one exorcist to warn of its dangers.

The game, which has gained significant traction online in recent days, involves a pair of pencils or pens, a sheet of paper, and the invocation of a spirit named “Charlie.”

Scores of short video clips, posted mostly by teens, show players shrieking and running out of view when the pencil apparently moves on its own and points to a “yes” or a “no” after they say a phrase inviting the demon.’  Catholic News Agency

All of you who are reading this blog probably do not know anything about this game because it is being passed around young people who want to experiment with scary strange things and want to know their future or if the person they like, likes them.  So start talking about it.  Ask your children if they have heard anything about it.  Be very direct about telling them we do not invite spirits to communicate with us, and  as I told the youth today, there is either God or the devil.
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 This is the devil.