From its headquarters on Bridge Street in Salem, the Satanic Temple seeks to provoke — and undermine — conservative Christians it believes are inappropriately intruding into the public square.
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The Satanic Temple gained fame locally when they tried and failed to re-enact a Black Mass at Harvard. But lately, the Salem-based group has been building a national profile through some provocative interventions in America's never-ending debate over church and state.
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