Exorcism lessons are made compulsory for Spanish students – with a seminar entitled ‘The Evil’

By SIMON TOMLINSON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:08 EST, 5 May 2016 | UPDATED: 12:24 EST, 5 May 2016

Students in Spain are being forced to take a new course – in exorcisms.
Their college, which is funded by the Spanish government, has called in a priest to give a seminar entitled ‘The Evil’. Father José Antonio Fortea Cucurull has previously Continue reading

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Man claims evil VIOLENT poltergeist is haunting his home

Man claims evil VIOLENT poltergeist is haunting his home and beating wife as she sleeps
By JON AUSTIN for The Daily Express UK
PUBLISHED: Mon, Jul 6, 2015

A COUPLE fear they are being stalked by evil spirits despite a psychic medium claiming to have slain “two demons” upstairs in their home while they cowered downstairs.
Keiron and Tracey Fry fear an “incubus demon” attacks every night, covering the Continue reading

How To Become An Exorcist

by Henry Samuel from the Telegraph (UK)
To become an exorcist you must be a Roman Catholic priest and have permission from your bishop to join the International Association of Exorcists. Read the rest of the story at The Telegraph.

NOTE: It is the belief of Orthodox or Sacramental Churches outside of the Roman Catholic Church, that anyone who is an ordained minister, with apostolic succession, and who has been trained and has permission from his ordinary, may perform am Exorcism.  The Sacred Order of St Michael: Order of Exorcists is a Catholic jurisdiction, independent of Rome that recruits and trains ministers to be Exorcists.  If you have what it takes to do battle with the forces of Satan, please click here for more information on The Order of Exorcists under the Catholic Jurisdiction of The Sacred Order of Saint Michael.

Parents tried to Exorcise Daughter

Parents ‘tried to exorcise daughter, 10 (year old)
18 Jan 2013 The Telegraph UK

A couple living in Sweden have been charged with child abuse for trying to exorcise their daughter at age 10 because they thought she was a witch, a prosecutor said.

The couple, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, “think their daughter is a witch and reject the accusation” of abuse, Daniel Larson, a prosecutor in the western Swedish town of Boraas, said on Friday. Continue reading