This site is dedicated to spreading the Gospel in the werewolf and furry communities. It is my hope that many trans-species people will accept Jesus as their Savior through this ministry. I will explain the etymology of this website’s name. I got the idea from Werewolf Tobias’ tradition of calling a werewolf stronghold a House. Well, I’m a dragon, so my ideal stronghold would be a Castle. And since this is MY website where I am MASTER, I call this my Castle. [Via Christdot and Relapsed Catholic]
Well what about spreading the Gospel to other mythical creatures. I can imagine getting a vampire to convert to Catholicism would be a tough sell. They come into the Church and dip their fingers into the Holy Water and promptly scream as their fingers start to burn. Just performing the sign of the cross would also be quite an ordeal, but they might have quite an affinity to the Precious Blood. Though many vampires would probably feel fine in many of our crucifix free churches today. One of my favorite movie lines is from Roman Polanski’s The Fearless Vampire Killers where the hero pulls out a crucifix and the Vampire says "that won’t work I’m Jewish." Now as for werewolf conversions I guess they could get a blessing in their human state and then come back at a full moon for a blessing of animals.
Thinking about Hollywood and horror movies you wonder just what they would do without the Catholic Church? There have just been so many horror movie plots that involve a Catholic Church in some way or at least a scene in a traditional Catholic Church. Just how many bad plots with secret Catholic orders protecting some evil apparition from coming into the world are there? You never see end of the world plots with giant demons coming out of the floor in some Protestant mega-church. You also never see any of these plots take place in one of the more modern Catholic Churches – they almost always have high altars and altar rails. So if church architecture continues to slide we can always watch a horror movie to see more traditional church architecture.