A film documenting an authentic exorcism by the late exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth will be released in New York and Los Angeles on April 20. If it’s anything like the newly released trailer, this is bound to be one of the most gripping 68 minutes of your life.
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Due to a threefold increase in demand for exorcisms in Italy alone, and concerns about the skill level of today’s exorcists, the Vatican is planning to hold an international conference next month aimed at training more priests to meet the demand.
A surge in demand for exorcisms in France by people who are merely anxious or trying to save their relationships has created a kind of private exorcism industry where self-made “priests” charge hundreds of dollars for their services.
William Friedkin, the legendary director of The Exorcist, recently filmed an actual exorcism and when asked what it was like he said it was “terrifying” and it shook him to his core.
Grease super-star Olivia Newton-John arranged for a priest to exorcise her Florida mansion after a contractor killed himself inside the house.
The Vatican has put to rest speculation that Pope Francis performed an exorcism on a young man in a wheelchair after celebrating Mass in St. Peter’s Square who was seen convulsing and trembling while the pope prayed over him.
You know things are getting bad in this world when the number of exorcisms rose to such heights in Poland that Roman Catholic priests have joined together to launch a new magazine which will focus on helping people to better understand the wiles of Satan.
Rome’s chief exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth, has reignited the debate over whether Christians can practice yoga by declaring that both yoga and Harry Potter are tools of the devil.