Exorcism





Exorcists are becoming more and more important in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church and now Pope Francis is recognizing them reports Breitbart: According to Pope Francis, priests devoted to the ministry…





As documented in the disinformation film The Exorcist in the 21st Century, there’s more demand for exorcisms than ever. The Telegraph reports on the growing influence of exorcists in the Catholic Church:…









The new documentary The Exorcist in the 21st Century is out today so we thought you might enjoy a short clip from the movie in which Father José Antonio Fortea, the only…



Jinn_from_Ali_manuscriptThis story from New York Magazine’s Intelligencer is giving exorcists a bad name, just when the Catholic Church is opening the curtain on their exorcism rites

While Dzhokhar Tsarnaev claims that his older brother Tamerlan was the inspiration for the attack on the Bosotn Marathon, who was the inspiration for Tamerlan? According to reports by the AP and Daily Mail, family members point the finger at a man identified only as Misha, a friend whom Tamerlan knew through a local mosque. Misha is described as a bald, red-bearded, 30-year-old Armenian convert to Islam who “claimed to be an exorcist who is fighting with demons.” Tamerlan’s uncle, the famously pissed off Ruslan Tsarni, as well as…


Why the sudden rash of demonic possessions? Exorcism in the 21st Century has never been hotter. Via the Independent: The Catholic Church has established an exorcist hotline in Milan, its biggest diocese,…




Exorcisms in the Berkshire Mountains? Apparently so, per this report from Adam Poulisse for the Berkshire Eagle:

The word “exorcism” can cause a flurry of disturbing images: a young girl’s head spinning around; profanity too vulgar to be uttered by anyone, let alone a 12-year-old; two priests dying during the ritual.

But those iconic images surrounding a possessed girl named Regan (Linda Blair) and her eventual exorcism in the 1973 film “The Exorcist” are “highly inaccurate” compared to the real-life ritual of casting out demons or spirits, according to Glenn Shuck, an assistant professor of religion at Williams College.

“It’s not done so haphazardly,” he said. “Priests should focus on driving the demon out, not engaging in the sensational activities depicted in ‘The Exorcist.’ Sometimes the individual has to be restrained, preferably by a family member, but that’s very, very rare…