Historic Exorcism

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Historic exorcism – April 11, 2020

During Holy Week, Abp. Viganò called on Catholic bishops and priests to join him on the Great Saturday at 3pm and to pray together with him the exorcism of Pope Leo XIII. This Pope had a vision: “In the place where the See of Holy Peter and the Chair of Truth has been set up as the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety…” The image of the terrible desecration of St. Peter’s Basilica by the pagan Pachamama idol emerges in our minds. The pandemic and the fact that Catholics have been deprived of Holy Mass and the Sacraments are viewed by many as a punishment not only for this defilement but also for heresies and apostasy deep in the heart of the Church.
The Great Saturday is the day when we remember Our Lord Jesus Christ as He descended into Hades to free the souls of the Fathers from Satan’s chains. Abp. Viganò warned of the extraordinary seriousness of the current situation not only because of the pandemic but mainly because of the tragic apostasy within the Church.
There is no human solution. In this most critical situation, Abp. Viganò pointed out the focus of infection, and that is the devil himself and his angels occupying the heart of the Church. He therefore called for collective exorcism.
The bishops and priests of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate (BCP) do not name Bergoglio (invalid Pope Francis) in the Divine Liturgy and are not in unity with him. The Exorcism against Satan and the Apostate Angels – demons – was recited at the appointed time in the seven monasteries of the Patriarchate.
A short testimony from one of the monasteries: Exorcism and songs of praise which followed it lasted an hour. It was not a mere recitation of the Latin text. We often stopped and repeated an authoritative statement of God’s power several times. Then there was a pause, and we cried out to God in the power of the Spirit, that His omnipotence, through the word spoken, bound the power of the devil so that the Church would again become the salt and the light to the world rather than a false light leading to perdition.
The one whom Jesus gave us from the cross as our mother, saying, “Behold, your mother!” was our great help and protection in this spiritual struggle. Together with her we stood against Satan and his fallen angels, demons.
After exorcism, the question arose: Did it make a significant breakthrough in the Church? It definitely did! However, this does not mean that it will be immediately visible in the external world. The breakthrough was made in the spiritual world, starting at 3pm on April 11, 2020.
Good Friday at Calvary marked a historic turning point – the devil was defeated! Nevertheless, the work of salvation will only be completed by Christ’s final victory at His Second Coming at the end of history. Meanwhile, we are going through the time of test and trials, being influenced by original sin – spiritual poison and deceived by the world and the devil. But if we follow Jesus, who is the way, we are conquerors with Him. If we stray from this way and enter upon the path of heresies and apostasy – the path of Bergoglio’s antichurch – the devil prevails.
What was the point of that exorcism? Satan was not yet definitively bound; this will only happen at the end of the ages. This exorcism was a spiritual breakthrough, when the Spirit of God entered into the core of the Church occupied by Satan, and spiritual revival begins. How God will accomplish it in the external world and how long this process will last is a secret for the time being, but it is no secret that this breakthrough has already been made. Now it depends on each bishop, each priest and each common believer what spirit they will cooperate with, whether with the Spirit of Christ or with the spirit of Bergoglio and his Pachamama.
We can see an analogy in Vatican Council II. It also made a hidden spiritual breakthrough, but in a negative sense. That breakthrough did not manifest itself immediately; it is only now that we reap its fruits.
The exorcism was performed by several bishops and priests, but the revival process requires participation of every sincere Catholic, be it by prayer or repentance.

(submitted by) + Timothy
Secretary Bishop of the BCP
vkpatriarhat.org, uogcc.org.ua,
April 11, 2020

Abp Viganò asks bishops, priests to pray Exorcism ‘against Satan’ on Holy Saturday | News | LifeSite

Source: Abp Viganò asks bishops, priests to pray Exorcism ‘against Satan’ on Holy Saturday | News | LifeSite


Editor’s note: The following call from Archbishop Viganò is intended for clergy rather than laity, as he indicates.

April 9, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – On October 13, 1884, Leo XIII had a terrible vision of the assault of the powers of Hell against Holy Mother Church, and ordered the prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel to be said at the end of Mass. He also composed an Act of Exorcism and ordered it to be inserted into the Roman Ritual, and explicitly mentioned what he had seen: “The Church, the Spouse of the Immaculate Lamb, has been filled with bitterness and inebriated with poison by her crafty enemies, who have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions. In the place where the See of Holy Peter and the Chair of Truth has been set up as the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety, with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered.”

In these modern times of terrible tribulation, when the pandemic has deprived Catholics of Holy Mass and the Sacraments, the Evil One has gone into a frenzy and multiplied his attacks to tempt souls into sin. These blessed days of Holy Week, which used to be the ideal time to go to Confession to prepare ourselves for our Easter Communion, now see us locked inside our houses, but they cannot stop us praying to Our Lord.

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I should like to ask you all to pray together, using the form given by Leo XIII, the Exorcism against Satan and the Apostate Angels (Exorcismus in Satanam et angelos apostaticos, Rituale Romanum, Tit. XII, Caput III), at three o’clock in the afternoon, Roman time (15:00 hours, Central European Summer Time) on Saturday April 11, 2020, so we can all fight together the common enemy of the whole human race [Latin here, English here].

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Oregon-based exorcist says demonic possession cases ‘are getting darker’ – The Christian Post

Excerpted from: Oregon-based exorcist says demonic possession cases ‘are getting darker’ | By Michael Gryboski – The Christian Post


An exorcist based in Oregon and who belongs to a splinter Catholic group has stated that incidents of demonic possession are “getting darker” in recent years.

James Cloud, a former Anglican who is presently an Archbishop in the Advent Catholic Church, gave an interview with Emily Burris of the Portland-based KOIN 6 after reportedly performing an exorcism.

“If I hadn’t seen half the stuff I’ve seen in life, I wouldn’t believe it, either — until it actually happens,” said Cloud, who is also a licensed counselor, to KOIN in a story published last week.“

Throughout the scriptures, we see examples of angels interacting on Earth — devils and Satan himself interacting on Earth.”

Cloud explained to the local media outlet that he feared that too many churches gave a “very sanitized” approach to spiritual life that omitted possessions, with the exorcist claiming that he was kicked out of the Anglican Church for his focus on spiritual warfare.

Cloud also told KOIN that, as a mental health professional, he first looks for rational explanations for the problems that his patients are experiencing.

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Kate Langbroek Weirdly Chill About The Demonic Entity That Photobombed Her Selfie

Excerpted from: Kate Langbroek Weirdly Chill About The Demonic Entity That Photobombed Her Selfie | By Melissa Mason
25/06/2019 | @pedestrian.tv


Here’s a fun idea – don’t rent 800-year-old anything, ever. But especially not Italian houses, like radio personality Kate Langbroek has done in beautiful Bologna. Because mates, you can bet your sweet bippy that crumbling mansion will be HAUNT(ed) AS HELL.

Kate relocated to Bologna, Italy for a gap year with her family, which is extremely cool in my opinion. What is not cool in my opinion is that they’ve chosen to rent a mansion that is absolutely haunted as fuck, a fact that’s been revealed this week after Kate uploaded a selfie with a visiting pal to Instagram featuring a terrifying ghost lady mincing about in the background. (Above the lady on the right)

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Bizarre Modern Encounters with Real Gargoyles | Mysterious Universe

Excerpted from: Bizarre Modern Encounters with Real Gargoyles | Brent SwancerJune 19, 2019 | Mysterious Universe


All across the world sit stone demons perched atop dizzying heights to stare out across the countryside below in silent, frozen stares of contemplation, and which are collectively known as gargoyles. The term “gargoyle” is thought to come from the name of a monster in the 7th century called La Gargouille, which was said to terrorize the country of France in the region of the Seine River before being righteously slain by St Romanus, the Archbishop of Rouen. Upon the mighty beast’s death the lore has it that its head was supposedly mounted on a church to keep other monsters at bay, and from here grew the tradition of crafting the likenesses of grotesque demons out of stone in order to serve as protectors or guardians of important places. It turned into quite an architectural phenomenon, and gargoyles sprouted up all over on churches, cathedrals, or anything else that needed protection from demons and evil spirits. Gargoyles can be seen all over the world, including famously the Notre Dame in Paris and the 112 gargoyles of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington D.C. But are these creatures merely confined to these stone apparitions eternally looking upon their domain?

In more modern times there have been sightings of what are often compared by witnesses as being distinctively like the stone gargoyles of centuries past, only living, and they seem to come from out past the fringe of the bizarre, mostly described as winged, hunched-over gruesome abominations that are hard to really categorize. One report from 2004 comes from the site Phantoms and Monsters, and concerns a witness in Bluefield, West Virginia, who had an encounter with just such a monstrosity when he was a child. He describes the area as being mostly quaint, rural farmland, and he says one day he Continue reading

Fr John Corrigan: Lessons learned from an exorcism course


EXCERPTED FROM: Fr John Corrigan: Lessons learned from an exorcism course, By Fr John Corrigan – June 13, 2019, The Catholic Weekly


If you read reports in secular media, you might conclude that the Vatican runs an annual “crash course” on exorcism which certifies 250 or so new exorcists each year.Having just returned from the so-called “Exorcism Course,” I can confirm it is nothing like that. Seven Aussies and two Kiwis attended this year’s course, and only one of us was an exorcist — an assignment he received some 40 years ago, quite independent of the Vatican course.

Most of the Australians present were priests like me, less than ten years ordained, who have recognised a deficiency in our priestly training. (In saying that, I don’t mean to criticise our seminary formation. It’s an impossible task, to condense the expanse Continue reading

The Devil Lives in the Mirror | Christianity Today


Excerpted from: The Devil Lives in the Mirror | JESSICA HOOTEN WILSON | JUNE 20, 2019 | Christianity Today


I stood before the dazed librarian as she scanned each questionable title: The Death of Satan, I See Satan Fall Like Lighting, By Authors Possessed, the books about demons piling up before her. I remember my discomfort and lame apologies about what appeared to be a sinful attraction to evil. This was a Christian university library, after all, and I had a stack of demonic literature rising to evil proportions at the checkout counter.

A similar discomfort confronts me now when I sign the author’s page of my book Giving the Devil His Due—its cover depicting a half-naked demon donning a red cape. Or when a radio personality invites me on his show in the hopes that I will denounce America’s absorption with that “demonic” holiday Halloween. Extended family members often confess their demonic encounters to me, trying to convince me that The Screwtape Letters is no mere caricature but the accurate epistolary adventures of an ancient monster.

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Catholic Exorcisms Are Gaining Popularity in the U.S. – The Atlantic

Excerpted from: Catholic Exorcisms Are Gaining Popularity in the U.S. by MIKE MARIANI The Atlantic


The conviction that demons exist—and that they exist to harass, derange, and smite human beings—stretches back as far as religion itself. In ancient Mesopotamia, Babylonian priests performed exorcisms by casting wax figurines of demons into a fire. The Hindu Vedas, thought to have been written between 1500 and 500 b.c., refer to supernatural beings—known as asuras, but largely understood today as demons—that challenge the gods and sabotage human affairs. For the ancient Greeks, too, demonlike creatures lurked on the shadowy fringes of the human world.

But far from being confined to a past of Demiurges and evil eyes, belief in demonic possession is widespread in the United States today. Polls conducted in recent decades by Gallup and the data firm YouGov suggest that Continue reading

Do People Really Get Exorcisms?


Excerpted from: Do People Really Get Exorcisms? | By Francisco Garcia |18 June 2019 Vice.com


The belief that demons exist is as old as religion itself, but at the end of last year it was reported that exorcisms are back in a big way. In 2017, the Catholic rite of exorcism was translated into English for the first time since being standardised in the early 17th century, and in May of this year the Vatican held a dedicated “exorcist training convention” in Rome following a sharp rise in “reports of demonic possession around the world”.

Looking into what’s caused this current “spike” throws up complex answers. What’s evident is Continue reading

US priest carries out exorcism outside Irish abortion clinic

A Catholic priest from the United States performed an exorcism on an Irish abortion facility to rid it of “demonic oppression.”
Excerpted from: US priest carries out exorcism outside Irish abortion clinic| by IrishCentral Staff @IrishCentral Jun 22, 2019


Last week, Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, a pro-life activist known at the “Protest Priest,” led a prayer vigil outside Dr. Jim McShane’s abortion clinic in Glasthule, Dún Laoghaire, near Dublin, before performing an exorcism on the facility.

In a video posted on Facebook, Fr Imbarrato explains that he is conducting a “”exorcism of location” or “minor exorcism,” asking God to cast away evil and “demonic influence” from the clinic.

Fr Imbarrato, who holds a crucifix containing a relic of St. Patrick, begins the exorcism by saying a prayer to St. Michael the Archangel, the “Prince of the Heavenly Armies.”  As he performs the exorcism, gathered pro-life protesters say the rosary.

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