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CHARACTERS ¸ LO-MAPS.RU ✓ Matt Baglio Matt Baglio ✓ 1 READ READ ✓ The Rite The Making of a Modern Exorcist Is demonic possession real Father Gary Thomas was a sceptic until he was sent on a Vatican run course for the training of modern day exorcists What he learned there and his subseuent experiences battling evil in contemporary exorcisms changed his mindWriter Matt Bag. There are two eual and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils One is to disbelieve in their existence The other is to believe and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them CS Lewis Before reading this book I read Father Malachi Martin s book about exorcism Hostage To The Devil If you are interested you can see my review for that hereI liked some things about this book uite a lot It was interesting to follow the American priest Father Gary as he learnt to be an exorcist in Rome and to hear what it was like for him to witness a series of exorcisms for the first time I also liked hearing from the different priests as they explained the Church s view of what possession is how it occurs and how to help the afflictedThe main thing I found inferior in this book compared to Father Martin s is that there are no in depth case studies though to be fair Baglio is telling Father Gary s story as an initiate into this aspect of the priesthood so that is perhaps to be expected The people who are undergoing exorcisms are only discussed briefly and superficially so that it was difficult to determine whether they were suffering from mental illness or possibly even physical illness that had affected their brain function rather than diabolism So we are relying here on the priests spiritual discernment and must trust they know what they are doing I fully believe that these priests are sincere and devoted Catholics following the tenets of their faith but I also recognise that they are human beings like the rest of us who will be swayed by their own biases and who will sometimes make mistakesSome of these afflicted people whom the priests exorcised repeatedly week after week month after month and year after year reminded me of mentally ill clients I have treated in the past I was upset by this because they seemed to need clinical care rather than ongoing exorcism One poor woman had been undergoing exorcism for forty years But there was no indication that she had ever been under psychiatric treatment despite the fact that she had been traumatised in her childhood Her mother had apparently tried to abort her but failed and then cursed the infant while she was still in the womb The baby survived that and was born into the world but one can easily imagine the damage such a mother could inflict upon her unwanted child Curses are not necessary to explain why this woman has continued to suffer profoundly and intractably throughout her lifeThere s a lot of stuff in this book about people believing they are suffering under a curse and priests often validate this belief The RC priests that Baglio interviewed explain that possession is most commonly the result of a curse or dabbling in the occultI was happy to read that Father Gary upon returning to the states planned to take a cautious and prudent approach having people thoroughly assessed and ruling out other causes before assuming demons were the problem His mentor in Rome Father Carmine did not seem to reuire medical assessment of all those he exorcised nor did the priests who attended visitors to the shrines It is true though that if the person is spitting up rusty nails or other weird stuff view spoilerie one young girl reportedly spewed up gallons of sperm hide spoiler Lady Ariana he was sent on a Vatican run course for the training of modern day exorcists What Milk and Honey he learned there and Centerburg Tales: More Adventures of Homer Price his subseuent experiences battling evil in contemporary exorcisms changed The Substitute Bride his mindWriter Matt Bag. There are two eual and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils One is to disbelieve in their existence The other is to believe and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them CS Lewis Before reading this book I read Father Malachi Martin s book about exorcism Hostage To The Devil If you are interested you can see my review for that The English Wife hereI liked some things about this book uite a lot It was interesting to follow the American priest Father Gary as The Octopus Museum hear what it was like for Blood in the Dust him to witness a series of exorcisms for the first time I also liked Living to Tell the Tale A Guide to Writing Memoir hearing from the different priests as they explained the Church s view of what possession is The volunteer how it occurs and Sweet and Sour Milk Variations on the Theme of An African Dictatorship #1 how to The Ultimate Guide to Upcycling help the afflictedThe main thing I found inferior in this book compared to Father Martin s is that there are no in depth case studies though to be fair Baglio is telling Father Gary s story as an initiate into this aspect of the priesthood so that is perhaps to be expected The people who are undergoing exorcisms are only discussed briefly and superficially so that it was difficult to determine whether they were suffering from mental illness or possibly even physical illness that Milk and Honey had affected their brain function rather than diabolism So we are relying Incarcerated Visions of California in the 21st Century here on the priests spiritual discernment and must trust they know what they are doing I fully believe that these priests are sincere and devoted Catholics following the tenets of their faith but I also recognise that they are Rezad por los difuntos human beings like the rest of us who will be swayed by their own biases and who will sometimes make mistakesSome of these afflicted people whom the priests exorcised repeatedly week after week month after month and year after year reminded me of mentally ill clients I Shriman Yogi श्रीमान योगी have treated in the past I was upset by this because they seemed to need clinical care rather than ongoing exorcism One poor woman Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot had been undergoing exorcism for forty years But there was no indication that she Sir Alex - Ritter ohne Furcht und Ahnung: Vom Autor der »Super Nick«-Reihe had ever been under psychiatric treatment despite the fact that she Brain Microtuble Associated Proteins Modifications in Disease had been traumatised in Paul The Apostle her childhood Her mother Maisy At the Beach Sticker Book had apparently tried to abort Whore ified at Horror Beach HallowKreme 2018 Book 15 her but failed and then cursed the infant while she was still in the womb The baby survived that and was born into the world but one can easily imagine the damage such a mother could inflict upon Decoding Roulette her unwanted child Curses are not necessary to explain why this woman Its Not about You Mr. Santa Claus has continued to suffer profoundly and intractably throughout Mr Greedy Mr Men and Little Miss her lifeThere s a lot of stuff in this book about people believing they are suffering under a curse and priests often validate this belief The RC priests that Baglio interviewed explain that possession is most commonly the result of a curse or dabbling in the occultI was A Daddy for Valentines happy to read that Father Gary upon returning to the states planned to take a cautious and prudent approach Nightswimming having people thoroughly assessed and ruling out other causes before assuming demons were the problem His mentor in Rome Father Carmine did not seem to reuire medical assessment of all those Pinned hide spoiler

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  • The Rite The Making of a Modern Exorcist
  • Matt Baglio
  • English
  • 05 May 2019
  • 9781847393555