Exorcism in the Catholic church: religious or superstitious?

Posted 9 months.

6 Comments

  • Dave Allison - 8 months ago

    It is a mystery why a church that condemns magic also supports believing that a human/god was raised from the dead, walked on water, made hundreds of fish sandwiches from a single fish, turned water into wine, believes in powerful magic devil powers and the ability of priests to cast the devil spirit out of human beings. All of that is believing in magic, even if you call it miracles.

    The Catholic church destroyed the culture and religions under the authority of the Popes to abandon their own cultures with torture and fire in the name of Jesus. The destruction continues today as illustrated by the current story here on Mexico News Daily: https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/11-coahuila-priests-investigated-for-abuse/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Daily&utm_campaign=f995d18e34-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-f995d18e34-349473125

  • Asparagus Tip - 8 months ago

    Why are you atheist gringos so attracted to Catholic Mexico?

  • Ron Powell - 8 months ago

    Of course, it’s based on superstition. Anyone with an IQ greater than room temperature should know that. It’s hard to believe that in 2018 this question is even being asked. As the astophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson has said, “The good thing about science is that it’s true whether you believe it or not”

  • Jim - 8 months ago

    Religion is a mental disease

  • Ted "teddy" Rodosovich - 9 months ago

    The Catholic Church has been obsolete for many yrs. Like other "fan clubs" addicted to 1 or another wacky supernatural being.
    Watch a few YouTube videos of Christopher Hitchens. THIMK a little .!

  • Julie - 9 months ago

    Well people believed in the good Zeus, too, oh but Catholicism is real, right? They don't need an exorcism, they need anti psychotics!

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