- Mar 28, 2020
One long-time exorcist has sounded the alarm over an uptick in what he said is an aggressive increase in Satanism among young people, which he insists is due in part to the rapid growth of cultural secularism and a lack of strong role models.
A group of international exorcists has raised the alarm about a new children’s book teaching kids how to interact with and summon demons, saying the publication is not only a spiritual threat, but is a disguised attempt to lure young people into satanism.
A woman in Texas is suing the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and her parish claiming she suffered psychological and emotional abuse during a lay-led exorcism during a retreat.
When representatives from different Christian churches gathered in Rome to talk about exorcism with Catholic seminarians last week, one frightening point that came up was that an increasing number of people are choosing to be possessed.
The Catholic Church, through its priests, deacons and lay experts, must do more to listen to, comfort and assist those who feel troubled, tempted, cursed or possessed, said an Italian exorcist.