Filed under: Catholic Liturgy, Culture and Catholicism | Tags: An Exorcist Tells His Story, Brunero Gherardini, Catholic church, culture, exorcism, Father Gabriele Amorth, Ignatius Press, Planned Parenthood, SSPX, The Ecumenical Vatican Council II: A Much Needed Discussion, Vatican II
Father Gabrielle Amorth is an exorcist. He has written extensively about it, and has so many fans that some of his work is out in audio form and unsigned paperbacks can go at collectors’ prices.
You too can perform an exorcism, by the way. It’s actually quite easy. Just mention the devil, and you can exorcise a whole roomful of liberals in about two minutes. Continue reading
Filed under: Books and Movies, Uncategorized | Tags: Catholicism, Marcel Lefebvre, National Public Radio, Reformation, religious freedom, religious state, Restoration, secular state, SSPX, Stephanie Mann, Suremacy and Survival: How Catholics Endured the English Reformation, They Have Uncrowned Him
|Reviewers are of the opinion that, regarding “Supremacy and Survival: How Catholics Endured the English Reformation” by Stephanie A. Mann (Sceptor Press, 2007), the author takes a fresh look at the English Reformation. Continue reading|