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Maryland women accused of killing children say they saw demons: authorities

By Alice Popovici ROCKVILLE, Md (Reuters) - Two Maryland women accused of murdering two children they believed were possessed told investigators they saw the children's eyes turn black as evidence that they were being controlled by demons, authorities said on Tuesday. The women are being held without bond and will undergo psychiatric evaluations to determine their competency to stand trial, Montgomery County State Attorney John McCarthy said at a news briefing.

Angels have no wings, says Catholic 'angelologist'

Angels exist, but don't have wings and are more like shards of light, at least according to a top Catholic Church "angelologist" who says the heavenly beings are now back in vogue thanks to New Age religions. "There is a re-discovery of angels in Christianity," Father Renzo Lavatori told AFP on the sidelines of a conference on angels in a lavishly-frescoed Renaissance palace in Rome.

Angels have no wings, says Catholic 'angelologist'

Angels exist but do not have wings and are more like shards of light, at least according to a top Catholic Church "angelologist" who says the heavenly beings are now back in vogue thanks to New Age religions. "I think there is a re-discovery of angels in Christianity," Father Renzo Lavatori told AFP on the sidelines of a conference on angels in a lavishly-frescoed Renaissance palace in Rome. "You do not see angels so much as feel their presence," said Lavatori, adding: "They are a bit like sunlight that refracts on you through a crystal vase."
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