Lepano Institute Press Release: Catholics Organize Rosary Rally to Oppose College Radio Station

LEPANO INSTITUTE PRESS RELEASE

Catholics Organize Rosary Rally to Oppose ‘Satanic Radio Station’

The Lepanto Institute is sponsoring a rally and Rosary of Reparation calling for the shutdown of WSOU, a radio station owned and operated by the Catholic Archdiocesan university, Seton Hall. [The Lepano Institute claims] WSOU is notorious for broadcasting music that glorifies graphic violence and mutilation of women, suicide, and occult demonic activity.

The rally will begin at 10:30 in the park across the street from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

Speaking at the event will be Michael Hichborn, president of the Lepanto Institute as well as notable Catholic radio host Jesse Romero and a prominent special guest to be announced.  Following brief speeches will be a Rosary procession with holy relics.

“WSOU is broadcasting bands and songs that are blasphemous, openly satanic, promote sacrilege, promote the murder and mutilation of women and children and the slaughter of Christians,” stated Michael Hichborn, president of the Lepanto Institute. “It is an absolute scandal and travesty that the Archdiocese of Newark has permitted its own Catholic university to continue to poison the very souls entrusted to it with demonic messaging.”

According to its own website, Seton Hall University falls under the authority of the Archdiocese of Newark.

“Cardinal Tobin is well aware of the disgusting and violent content of WSOU,” continued Hichborn.  “Unfortunately he has refused to meet with concerned Catholics up to this point, we’re looking to change that with today’s event. Hopefully Our Lady can help convince the cardinal where his loyalties should lie.”

Details for the rally are as follows:

EVENT: Rosary of Reparation and Protest to Shut Down Violent and Satanic Catholic Owned Radio Station WSOU

LOCATION: Sacred Heart Cathedral – Clifton & 6th Avenue

TIME: June 16th 10:30AM – 1:30PM

SPEAKERS:  Michael Hichborn, Jesse Romero, Mauricio Torres, and John Yep and a Special Guest
*Note: Seton Hall University released the following statement:
“For more than seven decades, student-run WSOU has been home to a rich range of music, news, sports, academic, community service and faith-based programming, winning many awards for excellence and preparing hundreds of students for successful media careers.
WSOU’s advisory board comprised of WSOU students and alumni along with Seton Hall University clergy and administrators, meets regularly to review the station’s content and operating policies and standards. The goal is to ensure that WSOU continues to realize its mission as a vital asset to the both the campus community and its many loyal listeners locally and throughout the nation. Incorporating and integrating Catholic mission and ministry into WSOU’s wide-ranging and popular programming is always a priority.”
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