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An Exorcist Tells His Story

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We would be foolish to ignore his warnings concerning the real activity of fallen angels in the life of the world; until the end of time, Satan remains the Prince of this World.

At one point noting the procedure should be tried on the mentally Ill just to see if it works…hardly a diagnosis or specialty let alone a discipline that can withstand scientific or spiritual rigor. Fr Benedict Groeschel hits the nail on the head in his introduction when he says that Fr Amorth speaks of "a world that vacillates between severe rationalism and wild speculation. Groeschel is a Capuchin Friar, and is a celebrity in the world of Catholicism, known for his insights, intelligence and holiness.Gabriele has mentioned in this incredible book why would any priest need to be afraid of dealing with possessions/obsessions or even to give a homily on demons when they are servants of God. I have no issue whatsoever with religion, but I do take issue with people who let their religion influence their treatment of other people. Because of his many years of experience as the Exorcist of Rome, he has been able to study the issue of demonic influence in a very scientific manner.

He also reminds the general public of the reality of this problem, and how one may become subject to demonic influences.With this review I do not want to deny a blatantly stated truth of the Gospel - that demons exists and sometimes influence and even posses people. If people deny his existence, it is easier for him to do his work, because no one protects against him. Are we really going to talk about rock music and witchcraft and movies that glorify SINFUL TEMPTATION? Amorth's stated purpose in writing this book is to let people know that the devil is real, and the battle against him is ongoing.

Like any exorcist, he fought with demons, being victorious only thanks to the help of God, as he underlined. I read this book out of a genuine wish to understand how - in this day and age - normal, intelligent people can still believe in demons and witchcraft.Finally, it most be noted that most people consider both exorcism and this book, because it discusses exorcism, as a Catholic matter. In those two parts of the book Father Amorth explains things about exorcisms that I did not now of until reading this book. Granted, this book presents an assortment of possession stories, but does not go into great gory details. The importance of the ministry to expel demons is clearly seen in the Gospels, from the actions of the Apostles, and from Church history. While I do agree that leading a devout Christian life can be an admirable pursuit, the book seems to imply that it inevitably leads to a power struggle, as power has a tendency to corrupt.

Here I include his claims of performing over 30 000 exorcisms during the course of nine years, which means over 9 per day every day without rest.I had high hopes for this book and was eager to enjoy it, but unfortunately, there were a few logical inconsistencies that prevented me from fully embracing it. His book (first published about 1987), which widely includes the teachings of his teacher and mentor Father Candido Amantini (died in 1992), was intended to remedy this deplorable state of affairs and had soon some positive effect. It is instead a calm, prayerful and sincere warning against the devil and his evil influence in this world, and how it has grown in modern society. After having read Mr Adam Bai's Hauntings, Possessions, and Exorcisms, which was very technical and highly organized, this book was somewhat frustrating. It is a matter of fact presentation of the reality of the spiritual realm by a man who touched it without fear every day.

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