Rise Of The Exorcists In Catholic Church Caused By Use Of Black Magic, Paganism, Satanic Rites and Ouija Boards

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  • Rise of the exorcists in Catholic Church

    In May it was claimed that Pope Francis had performed an exorcism during a Mass in St Peter’s Square

    Dioceses across Italy, as well as in countries such as Spain, are increasing the number of priests schooled in administering the rite of exorcism, fabled to rid people of possession by the Devil.

    The rise in demonic cases is a result of more people dabbling in practices such as black magic, paganism, Satanic rites and Ouija boards, often exploring the dark arts with the help of information readily found on the internet, the Church said.

    The increase in the number of priests being trained to tackle the phenomenon is also an effort by the Church to sideline unauthorised, self-proclaimed exorcists, and its tacit recognition that belief in Satan, once regarded by Catholic progressives as an embarrassment, is still very much alive.

    The trend comes four decades after the 1973 release of The Exorcist, the American horror film based on the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl and attempts to exorcise her by two priests.

    The diocese of Milan recently nominated seven new exorcists, the bishop of Naples appointed three new ones a couple of years ago and the Catholic Church in Sardinia sent three priests for exorcism training in Rome, amid concern that the Mediterranean island, particularly its mountainous, tradition-bound interior, is a hotbed of occultism.

    Read More: Rise of the exorcists in Catholic Church – Telegraph.

    Tags: Black Magic, Paganism, Satanic Rites, Ouija Boards, Exorcists, Catholic Church

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