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July 15, 2010

Renowned exorcist, Fr. Thomas Euteneuer, defines the meaning of "demonic possession"

10 comments:

  1. I saw this on YouTube, My family doesn't pay for TV. It was very informative, and that there is permission given by the person in question in one form or another is something I had never thought about before.

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  2. The guy's a total maroon. I can't believe anybody takes him seriously. I've got a friend who's a 400 pound, misanthropic man of Korean heritage. His mother has had him exorcized more than once.

    I don't really think he's possessed by demons, just withdrawn and lonely because most people are loath to interact normally with 400 pounders, especially marriageable women.

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  3. No one said your friend is possessed by demons, reddog. But you, it seems, are possessed by dyspepsia. Get over it. Father Euteneuer is a good, courageous priest and an expert in this field. You could learn a lot from him if you'd drop the attitude and try listening.

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  4. Reddog, you have insulted a priest in a blatantly offensive way. Take care for your soul, friend.

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  5. People are not exorcized because they are fat...

    Of course there are some 'loonies' who see the devil everywhere, but that is not the case of exorcists.

    Fr. G. Amorth, president of the internation (Catholic) Exorcists Association has hundreds of people each week that come to visit him but he attests that less than 1% have 'demonopatic' disturbances (the others he sends straight away to the nearest psychologist), and only a very small percentage of that 'less than 1%' has a 'full possession'.

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    UNFORTUNATELY there are some people who do 'do-it-yourself-exorcisms' and that can be very dangerous...

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  6. Excellent reasoning, reddog. "I know a guy who was mistakenly thought to be possessed. Therefore, nobody ever gets possessed and Fr. Euteneuer is a 'maroon'." You know, I mistakenly suspected that I had cancer a few years ago, and it turned out to be benign. I suppose that cancer is just myth, and all those doctors at the ACI are maroons. What do you think?

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  7. Please listen to this priest. I will forever regret how I played with the occult and had no clue as to the evil I invited into my life. I never looked at it from the perspective of the Catholic faith. Don't think yourself too cool or sophisticated to believe in Lucifer - that's how he likes it. God bless Fr. E and all exorcist priests and those in deliverance ministry. + + +

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  8. People might ask for exorcism but its rare that the ceremony is performed.
    Granted there is all sorts of people that say they can perform such a ceremony but there are only 6 Catholic priest that have full authority to do so.

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  9. I thought this video illuminated the command to "Love your neighbor as yourself." If anyone can give the Devil permission to harrass or attack you, then the old saying "What comes around goes around." takes on a whole new meaning.

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  10. Isn't maroon a color? LOL
    I love Fr. Euteneuer - he's a very caring priest!

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