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Her initial main purpose was in that of love magic during the colonial era in Mexico , which may have been derived from the love magic being brought over from Europe. Her origins are still unclear but it is possible that the image of the European Grim Reaper combined with the indigenous celebrations of death are at the root of La Flaca's existence, in so that the use of love magic in Europe and that of pre-Columbian times that was also merging during colonization may have established the saint as manipulator of love.
The majority of anthropological writings on Santa Muerte discuss her significance as provider of love magic and miracles. In contrast though, the red candle can be prayed to for help in ending a bad relationship in order to start another one. These love miracles require specific rituals to increase their love doctors power. The rituals require several ingredients including red roses and rose water for passion, binding stick to unite the lovers, cinnamon for prosperity, and several others depending on the specific ritual.
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The Vatican has condemned the cult of Santa Muerte in Mexico as blasphemous and satanic ,  calling it a "degeneration of religion". Catholics say that Santa Muerte is an idol , the worship of which has been rejected by Yahweh in the Old Testament. Veneration of this or any other idol can be a form of inadvertent devil-worship, because regardless of the intent of the worshipers, the devil can trick people into doing such things. Priests regularly chastise parishioners, telling them that death is not a person but rather a phase of life.
Other reasons the Mexican Catholic Church has officially condemned the worship of Santa Muerte is that most of her rites are modeled after Catholic liturgy ,  and some Santa Muerte devotees eventually split from the Catholic Church and began vying for control of church buildings.
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The Santa Muerte cult was established in the United States circa , brought to the country by Mexican and Central American migrants. There are fifteen religious groups dedicated to her in Los Angeles alone,  which include the Temple of Santa Muerte. In some places, such as Northern California and New Orleans, her popularity has spread beyond the Latino community.
The U. Conference of Catholic Bishops has not issued an official position on this relatively new phenomenon in the country. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Revista Psichologia in Spanish. Mexico City: Universidad de Londres. Retrieved Chicago Tribune. Mexico City: El Universal.
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It was about the right size for a small bone casket, and to my surprise, and to their infinite credit, they allowed me to remove this box from the altar and pry it open. There was St. Deodatus — his bones were still jeweled, but he had been disassembled and packed away. The church allowed me to remove him and lay the bones out. It was a profound and very intimate feeling to be reassembling him two centuries later. Besides the arduous process of finding the skeletons, Koudounaris also had challenges photographing them.
By the 19th century, further research had cast doubt on the identity and sanctity of these exalted martyrs, and many of them were consequently moved out of the public eye. They still pose behind their glass cases in the church, lavishly ornamented, staring back at us with jeweled eyes. Skip Article Header. Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. Reward her even as she rewarded you, and double unto her double according to her works: in the cup which she hath filled fill to her double.
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How much she hath glorified herself, and lived deliciously, so much torment and sorrow give her: for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorrow. Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her. Messiah would never have His people revere them and pray to them. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.
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