Exorcisms are on the Rise in Poland

Internet addicts–as well as those who’ve made a pact with Satan–Qualify

List of qualifying conditions for a Polish Exorcism

Exorcisms are on the rise in Poland and across Europe with more trained priests ready to battle the Devil, evil, and the requisite demons who accompany them. We decided to look into the Ritual of Exorcism and the steps taken to perform one.

According to a story in the Boston Globe there’s been a resurgence in exorcisms performed by Catholic priests and other exorcist trained laymen. Courses are being taught in a Catholic university in Rome in exorcisms and the Church, in 1999, formally “revised and upheld the ritual for the first time in almost 400 years.”

According to the Church, evil is on an upswing with people’s lax attitudes about attending Mass and exposure to “doors of evil” such as New Age therapies, alternative religions, internet junkies and yoga enthusiasts.

Plans are under way in Poland to build the area’s only ExorcismsRus center:

The Rev. Andrzej Trojanowski, a soft-spoken Pole, plans to build a “spiritual oasis” that will serve as Europe’s only center dedicated to performing exorcisms. With the blessing of the local Catholic archbishop and theological support from the Vatican, the center will aid a growing number of Poles possessed by evil forces or the devil himself, he said.

The website, St. Michael, has some tips on whether one is actually possessed by demons and what to avoid in order to stay away from potential demon-infested activities.

What are the qualifying conditions for a Polish exorcism?

Making a pact with Satan is one of them. So is excessive use of a Ouija board.
Read rest of story:

Polish Exorcisms Available for Internet Addicts 

Source:

Polish Exorcisms Available for Internet Addicts

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
mondoreb@gmail.com. All DBKP  stories  are filed under Mondoreb at BNN.  This story is by Ginn.

Be Sociable, Share!