Skip to comments.Bishops Perform ‘Great Exorcism’ on Entire Mexican Nation
Posted on 06/16/2015 1:10:50 PM PDT by Olog-hai
In an extraordinary act of spiritual warfare, several bishops and exorcist priests have performed what is being called a Magno Exorcismo (great exorcism) of the entire country of Mexico following a series of events that the bishops see as linked to the presence and influence of Satan.
On May 20, the former Archbishop of Guadalajara, Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iñiguez, the Archbishop of San Luis Potosi, Carlos Cabrero, as well as several exorcist priests from various Mexican dioceses held a closed-door exorcism ritual at the Metropolitan Cathedral of San Luis Potosí.
The well-known Spanish exorcist Father José Antonio Fortea acted as master of ceremonies for the exorcism rite, which has been called unprecedented in the history of Mexico. Father Fortea is known for his books on exorcism, including Memoirs of an Exorcist, and Summa Daemoniaca.
Mexico has been victim to a growing wave of violence, and according to official figures, there have been some 100,000 abortions performed in Mexico City since the practice was legalized in the Mexican capital in 2007. With the exorcism, the bishops asked God to end the spiral of drug-related violence in the country as well as abortion.
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If they thought this kind of thing would work, why haven’t they exorcised Washington DC?
If only. Maybe with special emphasis on the White House.
The forces of darkness are much greater in D.C. than in the whole nation of Mexico. Exponentially.
Death cult worship of skeletal saint grows among Mexican drug gangs
The Holy Death sect is gaining followers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexicos murder capital, where rival drug cartels have been battling for every inch of turf, according to Fox News Latino News.
Three Holy Death churches have opened in the past two years in the border city, drawing hundreds of people to pray and make offerings to the White Girl, a skeletal image dressed in womens clothing. Her worship is not sanctioned by the Catholic Church.
She is called Santa Muerte or Holy Death. A federal marshal says shrines to the skeletal Holy Death are a growing presence, not just along the U.S.-Mexico border but throughout the United States. (snip)
In the past three years, drug trafficking suspects arrested have been found to have Santisima Muerte shrines in their homes or backyards, complete with offerings such as food, liquor or photographs of family members, said Investigator Joe Baeza, Laredo police spokesman. Once, officers found statues inside a doghouse in a living room, he said.
You don’t think a person who calls upon the Name of Jesus can cast out bodiless demonic entities?
When he’s done lets send him over here. He can start at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave and work his way west.
From the article:
" the former Archbishop of Guadalajara, Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iñiguez, the Archbishop of San Luis Potosi, Carlos Cabrero, as well as several exorcist priests from various Mexican dioceses"
I think you'll find your answer there ... not their department. The archbishop of Washington (DC) is Cardinal Donald Wuerl. I think there are a few other bishops in Maryland and Virginia ... Exorcising Washington DC would seem to be more in their jurisdiction. Perhaps you could give them a call. Suggest it. It would be a good idea, IMO. The Enemy certainly has a hold on our Capital City.
Oh, great. That means Satan has now crossed the Rio Grande and is waiting for a dayjob in some Home Depot parking lot someplace.
Great. Half the Mexican nation is here. They missed it.
AMEN!!! This nation needs a good exorcism from East to West.
Too late. They’re all here, padre........................
I didn’t know Obama made a cameo appearance in the Exorcist. =)
Depends on the context they attempt it in. Take a look at what happened in Acts 19:13-16.
They can't all be here. They're sending billions of taxpayer dollars back home to somebody.
I thought surely Mexico would be empty by now..................
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