Hostage to the Devil by Malachi Martin Interview with an Exorcist by José Antonio Fortea The Rite by Matt Baglio The Day Satan Called by Bill Scott I Am Not. by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants . Interview With an Exorcist – FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. By: FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. Many current movies like Constantine, Hellboy and.
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The rest of the people, maybe 25 or 30 percent, doubt that it is demonic. I determine whether they are mentally healthy, and I pray for them regardless.
It felt philosophical in the way the exorcist gave his answers.
It has been a while since I have read this text, but to my memory Mr. Father Fortea has been practicing the rite for the Catholic Church for over twenty years. While most of my knowledge of exorcism has been limited to Hollywood portrayals, this short read gives a candid look into the ministry of the exorcists from a real one.
I’ve read multiple books upon this subject matter as it really reinforces my beliefs as a Roman Catholic. Be the first to ask a question about Interview with an Exorcist.
Father Fortea is a real life exorcist, parish priest and author of Interview With an Exorcistan insider’s view into demonic possession and exorcism. That doesn’t mean that other people aren’t suffering from anything related to the world of spirits.
What would you have to say to any LoveToKnow readers who feel that they intedview be experiencing these sorts of things in their own lives? It gave me great knowledge. If it’s ordinary temptation, they forfea to pray and increase their spiritual lives. If you’re na for a book that is meant to give you goose bumps and keep you up at night, this is not that book. This book very interesting to me. Nov 10, Patrick Costello rated it it was amazing.
Even many Christians, contrary to the clear words of Jesus in the Gospel, scoff at the notion that the Devil and demons really exist.
It reminded me of the epistemology and metaphysics classes I took. Still a good book that’s worth reading though.
Interview With a Real Life Exorcist
Thanks for telling us about the problem. I found it intellectually stimulating and refreshing to peer into the supernatural from such a perspective, especially amidst a world of unbelief. Jan 19, Sarah rated it really liked it. They put the child in a University hospital staffed with psychiatrists. A book of personal experienced that illuminated the role of demons and exorcism in real life.
Back when I exorcidt became involved in this particular field, no one knew about it.
The same year, he finds himself fortae the possibility of becoming a priest. A priest and theologian who specializes in demonology. Most are completely normal people. I am convinced by the case because I asked her something that she couldn’t possibly know, and she said the name of a person in reply.
If you asked a priest in the ’80s or ’90s, they would have very liberal ideas. With the State of the Church now, confessing to a priest who may have done horrific things himself, does not motivate me. After my first book was completed, many people started calling, and I realized that the problem was much more common than I originally thought.
Nov 19, Kim rated it really liked it. For someone looking for sensational movie-like or fictional accounts of exorcism, this isn’t the book for you. The examples are pertinent.