“Take and eat; this is my body.” MT 26:26

“Take and eat; this is my body.” MT 26:26

Monday, 20 April 2015


I find that when I post one story that has some connection to exorcisms, another one follows not too far behind. It's not my design that it happens that way, that's just the way these stories pop up in my life. I posted something earlier today about some recent comments by Fr. Gabriele Amorth on Facebook. Then... I came across this article on the same social media website. Here's one of the paragraphs, just for a taste:

No Christian enjoys spiritual warfare. No Catholic delights to speak of the devil’s kingdom that is “destruction”. It would be quite dangerous if a person were to become fascinated by such realities. Yet, in this hour there is a great interest in spiritual warfare because more people are experiencing it in a personal way, among family members, in the workplace, the world and the Church. Most Catholics are not merely curious (that would be dangerous), rather, many are seeking catechesis on how to protect ourselves (cf. Ephesians 6:11) and engage in the good fight (cf. I Timothy 6:12). Disciples of Christ, saints and sinners, are called to take up the sword of the Spirit, to overcome evil by doing good (cf. Romans 12:21).


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