Meet People of Praise: Why This Far-Right Cult Shouldn’t Be Allowed Anywhere Near the Supreme Court | Alternet
People of Praise are quite controversial within Catholicism. Founded in 1971, the group incorporates elements of fundamentalist Pentecostal Protestantism (such as speaking in tongues) and is considered a cult in mainstream Catholicism. Its practices include requiring members to swear an oath of loyalty to the group and teaching that wives must be submissive to their husbands, and in the past, People of Praise called its female leaders “handmaidens”—which is downright chilling if one is familiar with Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel “The Handmaid’s Tale” and the 1990 film and 2017/2018 television series it has inspired. People of Praise embrace a highly patriarchal ideology, believing that while women can have some leadership positions, they ultimately must submit to male authority.
If a cultish official religion is what AmeriKKKa wants, then Trump is going to deliver it.
Do a search of Dominionism, to find out what is in store via potential cult led Supreme court decisions in the future..