The group wasn't allowed to deliver a satanic invocation at Boston City Hall, so they decided to dedicate the largest satanic gathering in history to the mayor.
There will be a requirement for registered guests to wear masks and show proof of a vaccine at SatanCon in Boston from April 28 to 30.
The temple stated thatAttendees must wear a disposable surgical mask. They will not be allowed.
"Hexennacht in Boston" is the theme of the gathering in celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Satanic Temple. The night was changed to commemorate a Christian saint who is said to have exorcised demons from the sick.
Parents protested after the school club spoke out.
Discussion panels, entertainment, satanic rituals and a "satanic marketplace" will be part of SatanCon.
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"For her unconstitutional efforts to keep TST out of Boston's public spaces, we are dedicating the event to her," the temple said. The group filed a lawsuit against the city in 2021.
The group filed a request to raise a flag at Boston City Hall to commemorate "Satan Appreciation Week" in July of 2021.
In a similar move, The Satanic Temple dedicated its conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2022, to two people who denied its request to invoke Satan at a city council meeting.
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TST's mission is to encourage benevolence and empathy among all people, reject tyranny, advocate practical common sense and justice, and be directed by the human conscience to undertake noble pursuits.
In December, the organization applied to establish an After School Satan Club for kids at the local B.M. Williams Primary School, sparking a controversy in Virginia.
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According to multiple parents involved with the controversy, the temple has been targeting schools that sponsor Good News Clubs, a Christian after-school group, until school boards feel compelled to shut them down.