Sunday, January 14, 2018

"Satan is in the Vatican" of Pope Francis said World Renowned Exorcist Fr. Amorth in 2016 before his Death

In an interview, before his death on September 16, 2016 the world renowned exorcist of Rome, Fr. Gabriele Amorth was asked a question and answered as follows:

"You've said publicly that you believe, referring to the current Church scandals, that Satan is in the Vatican. Do you still believe this?"

"Yes, Today Satan rules the world. The masses no longer believe in God. And, yes, Satan is in the Vatican."
(Vanity Fair, "The Devil and Father Amorth: Witnessing "Vatican Exorcist" at Work," October 31, 2016)

In a book of interviews titled "Confessions" (2010), Fr. Amorth said:

"Even in the Vatican, one finds members of satanic sects... It involves priests, bishops and even cardinals! I have it from persons who have been able to report it to me for the good reason that they have the opportunity to observe it directly." (Christian Order, "The Church of Darkness," January 2018)

However, in the January 2018 Christian Order article Fr. Amorth said in 2001:

The "Holy Spirit... governs the Church: 'The gates of hell shall not prevail.' Despite the defections. And despite the betrayals. Of course, the devil can win some battles, even important ones. But he can never win the war."

The Christian Order editor Rod Pead, in the piece after showing that the current crisis in the Church caused by Pope Francis is ultimately a battle between Satan and God which of course God will win, asks:

Let "us resolve to endure; to prayerfully and sacramentally persevere in our daily petition for the Pope's repentance and conversion. Or, failing his response to grace, his rapid replacement by a Holy Father who immediately reinsitutes the prayer of St. Michael after every low Mass. For only then will we know for sure that Satan's ascendancy... is on the wane... that he and his Church of Darkness are finally leaving Rome."

Say a St. Michael prayer now that the Dubia Cardinals issue the correction.

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