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Exorcists on the Role of the Father is an insightful article by Charles D. Fraune, author of 'Slaying Dragons: What Exorcists See & What We Should Know.' While researching his book, he collected data from some of the world's leading exorcists, including Fr. Chad Ripperger, Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea, Fr. Gary Thomas and the late Fr. Gabriele Amorth. He has very kindly granted permission to republish a portion of the text below. A Note from the Author: This article is meant

Saint Maximilian Kolbe bore witness at Auschwitz through an act of mercy that lingers in the heart and mind but also the soul. Many lovers of the Holy Rosary use The Immaculata Prayer he wrote on a daily basis, so his living testimony is never far from us and serves to edify our relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary. THE IMMACULATA PRAYER BY ST. MAXIMILIAN KOLBE Pray for us, O Holy Mother of Godthat we may be worthy of the promises of Christ.O Immaculata, Queen of Heaven

The Monday Rosary is a Christian meditation on the five Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary. The Joyful Mysteries focus on the Immaculate Conception, the Incarnation, and the early life of Jesus Christ.  What are the Joyful Mysteries of the Monday Rosary? Each of the Joyful Mysteries is a passage of scripture from the New Testament. They are: The First Joyful Mystery of the Holy Rosary: The Annunciation.The Second Joyful Mystery of the Holy Rosary: The Visitation.The Third Joyful Mystery of the Holy Rosary: The Nativity of Jesus Christ.The

Catholic Link Roundup is curated selection of news, information and interviews ranging from reports on the impact of the corona virus on the faithful in China to reactions to Pope Francis' Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Querida Amazonia. Hong Kong Diocese cancels Masses amid corona virus outbreak - "The next two weeks will be a crucial time to suppress the epidemic," said Cardinal John Tong, apostolic administrator of Hong Kong. The Catholic Herald.Pope Francis Rejects Proposal to Allow Married Priests in Remote

Fr. Nicholas Oboh of the Diocese of Uromi was abducted on February 14, 2020 by gunmen in Benin City, Edo state, southern Nigeria. Local news outlets are reporting that several children were kidnapped with Father Oboh. Fr. Oboh is the parish priest at St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Ebudin. Fr. Osi Odenore, chancellor of the Uromi diocese, says that they are now working to secure Fr. Oboh’s return and are requesting prayers for his release. “We are sure that he is alive, and

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