The First Great Exorcism — Following Mexico, Should Ireland and Britain Be Next?

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 gendercide abortion. No wonder there is a sense among faithful Catholics that moral life is spinning out of control in Ireland and Britain.

The question is, does the accelerating abandonment of morality and the riotous celebration of immorality, coupled with increasing hostility towards Christianity, especially the Catholic Church, indicate the activity of supernatural evil in both Britain and Ireland? Do these countries require an exorcism, along the lines of the one recently carried out in Mexico?

The most significant evidence that the devil is conspiring to bring these events about is the reversal of public morality, where good is now condemned as evil, and evil is celebrated as good. For example, during the referendum in Ireland good people who defended marriage between a man and woman for the procreation and upbringing of children were pilloried in the media and meetings as wicked bigots.

Faced with the activity of supernatural evil in our countries what should be the response of faithful bishops, priests and laity?

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2 thoughts on “The First Great Exorcism — Following Mexico, Should Ireland and Britain Be Next?

  1. The silent majority are just as to blame for being passive. I understand the need for deliverance but the person receiving it must want it and ask for it. What if a country does neither out of fear of being ridiculed? That’s the win for satan.

  2. Just watched an EWTN ON LOCATION video with Fr Peter Glas, an Exorcist, who had a lot to say about current liberal views in the Catholic Church and the reality of the devil and necessity of confession to overcome habitual sin. Tried to find the EWTN link but couldn’t. I recorded the show from the EWTN satellite channel. However you can find some of his other talks on youtubel

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