Remember the Indiana judge who decreed that, as part of a divorce settlement, a couple could not practice Wicca with their son simply because he (the judge) objected? Well, it's been overturned:
The Indiana Court of Appeals today upheld the rights of parents to expose their children to Wicca, a contemporary pagan religion.
In its unanimous ruling, the court declared that a Marion County judge was out of bounds in approving a divorce decree that also directed the parents to shelter their 10 year old son from non mainstream religious beliefs and rituals.
And the author clarifies:
Wiccan beliefs center around the balance of nature and a reverence for the earth. They do not worship Satan.