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Order Online Exorcism
As Italy has experienced a massive explosion in demand for exorcisms, an independent organization offers demon-busting services in 24 countries that can be ordered online.
Last month, a Sicilian friar reported that Italy alone has seen a threefold increase in demand for exorcisms in recent years. Friar Beningo Palilla told Vatican Radio there are roughly 500,000 cases requiring exorcism in Italy each year. The Vatican is struggling to address this demand.
The order undergoes an extensive multi-week process to ensure that demon possession or paranormal activity is involved, and then to perform the exorcism.
After seeing a three-fold increase in the demand for exorcisms, the Vatican announced last week it would hold a week-long conference to train priests in how to rid people of demonic possessions.
He blames the uptick in demons on practices that “open the door to the devil and to possession” like seeking the advice of fortune tellers and Tarot card readers.
“Members are from many religious orders; priests, seminarians, paranormal investigators, and bishops of many jurisdictions, from around the world,” it says. “They make up the membership of the Order of Exorcists at The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel.
“They make the initial first contact with the clients that are requesting a demonic investigation and/or exorcism. In staying within the biblical teaching ‘That which is freely obtained should be freely given’, the exorcism will be done without charge.”
While many of the reported cases are actually related to psychological or spiritual problems, Palilla conceded, they must still be investigated.
But the church is concerned that many priests either haven’t learned or refuse to learn exorcism techniques.
“We priests, very often, do not know how to deal with the concrete cases presented to us. In the preparation of priesthood, we do not talk about these things,” Palilla said.
Exorcism is recognized under the Catholic Church’s canon law and can only be performed with permission from within the church. The Vatican-backed International Association of Exorcists was founded in 1990 and has licensed some 200 members across the world.