by SIMONE ORENDAIN National Public Radio
Alvin Bailon and his wife were at their wits’ end last September. Their 12-year-old son, an honors student, had begun having anxiety attacks, mostly about school. “And then all of a sudden he would slowly lose consciousness,” Bailon recalls. “We term it as doze off. He would doze off and he would fall down slowly.” Continue reading →
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Episcopis Contemplationes: [Basic Latin] translated as the contemplations or musings of a Bishop. That, dear reader, is the short description of the Episcopis Contemplationesblog; original essays, the re-posting or sharing of articles relative to faith in general–not necessarily about exorcism–and other items that this bishop might find interesting enough to bring to your attention.
A priest has carried out an aerial exorcism over the seaside town of Castellammare di Stabia in Italy to cast away demons believed to be plaguing the area following a series of thefts in churches and crosses being turned Continue reading →
Literatus: The ‘science’ of demonic possession
By ZOSIMO T. LITERATUS, R.M.T for the Sun Star dotcom
Tuesday, August 04, 2015
ALBERT Einstein has been quoted saying or perhaps, writing, “You are right in speaking of the moral foundations of science but you cannot turn around and speak of the scientific foundations of morality.”
Perhaps this disconnect resides in the Continue reading →
COMMENTARY: Faced with the activity of supernatural evil in our countries what should be the response of faithful bishops, priests and laity?
by DEACON NICK DONNELLY 07/31/2015 for the National Catholic Register
Homosexual activists have succeeded in persuading the ruling elites to use the power of the State, media and big business to successfully campaign for the legalization of same-sex “marriage.”
A government minister of Ireland, one of the most pro-life countries of the world, has announced with satisfaction the killing of 26 babies in 2014 as a result of Prime Minster Enda Kenny’s abortion law. These are the first “legal” abortions ever conducted in the Republic of Ireland. A majority in the U.K. House of Commons, which prides itself on promoting feminism, voted down a motion to protect baby girls from Continue reading →