Céline Dion’s new line of gender-neutral kids clothes and creepy ads have Christian groups seriously concerned

Céline Dion’s new gender-neutral children’s clothing line has many questioning the “mindset” that inspired it, including a priest calling it “definitely satanic.”

The pricey fashion items have raised more than a few eyebrows with images of plus signs, letters and skulls featured in the clothing line, CELINUNUNU.

The 50-year old pop star promoted her partnership with Nununu and the brand’s founders Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg earlier this month, with a video ad that featured Dion magically changing infants’ pink and blue blankets and clothing at a hospital into her line of gender-neutral clothes.

“Our children, they are not really our children as we all are just links in a never-ending chain that is life,” the singer said in the video.

“I’ve always loved Nununu and what they represent,” Dion said in a statement earlier this month, according to People. ““CELINUNUNU lets children choose outside stereotypes and norms so they can bring from within their own tastes and preferences. We help them feel free, creative, inspired, respectful of one another and happy in the world.”

Dion, whose husband and longtime manager René Angélil died of cancer in 2016 at the age of 73, has three sons: René-Charles, 17, and twins Eddy and Nelson, 8.

The website, which touts the “kids trendy boutique clothing,” features a simple color palette and the line’s slogan, “New Order,” on items that range from dresses, shirts and jackets to blankets and shoes, all aimed at spreading the message that the clothing brand “breeds equality and freedom of spirit, serving as a platform for a new humanistic education.”

(Images: celinununu.com)

And therein lies the issue for critics of Dion’s departure to “the dark side.”

“Aside from the clothing being hideously ugly, occult themes on children is disturbing,” the National Catholic Register’s Patti Armstrong wrote. “The babies and children look sullen. Who would pay $77 for a baby blanket with skulls or $161 for a jacket that looks like a trash bag. And who wants a baby playsuit with skulls?”

She spoke with Msgr. John Esseff, a priest for 65 years and an exorcist in Pennsylvania for more than four decades.

“I’m convinced that the way this gender thing has spread is demonic,” Esseff told Armstrong. “It’s false. I don’t even know how many genders there’s supposed to be now, but there are only two that God made.”

“The devil is going after children by confusing gender,” he added. “When a child is born, what is the first things we say about that child? It’s a boy, or it’s a girl. That is the most natural thing in the world to say. But to say that there is no difference is satanic.”

“This is definitely satanic,” Esseff said. “There is a mind behind it—an organized mindset.”

Nununu’s own line of fashion includes skulls, eyes and other images.

“Unless you’re a member of the Addams Family or a satanic cult, why would you dress your infant in this?” EWTN News anchor Raymond Arroyo told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham. “It’s bizarre.”

“But they’ve admitted what their goals are,” Ingraham replied on “The Angle” Wednesday. “They want a new order. They want to affect the culture.”

“It’s a very strange line” of clothing for young children,” Arroyo added. “Why you would put babies in skulls? I don’t know.”

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