On Aleteia I saw a story about the approval by the US bishops, meeting in plenary sessions now, of the English translation of the more recent, 1999 (revised 2004) rite of Exorcism. 179 to 5
It is of vital importance that we train up more exorcists and that we begin to take activity of the Enemy more seriously.
Frankly, from everything that I hear, the newer rite does not hold a candle to the older, traditional rite. I am not sure about the use of English versus Latin, but exorcists have told me that demons can from time to time correct an exorcist’s Latin errors. It seems that Latin annoys them more than the vernacular.
Food for thought.
Remember, everyone, that the rite of exorcism is a sacramental. But the absolution after a good confession is a sacrament. Reception of the Eucharist in the state of grace is THE Sacrament. They have huge effect on the work of the Enemy.
Examine your consciences and…
… GO TO CONFESSION!
Moderation queue is on.