Catholic Practice of Exorcism: Catholic Exorcists, Malachi Martin, Pio of Pietrelcina, Emmanuel Milingo, Rama P. Coomaraswamy, Gabriele Amorth, Jean-Joseph Surin, Marcellinus and Peter, Francis Borgia, Pellegrino Ernetti, Vade Retro Satana, James J. LeBar
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Catholic exorcists, Malachi Martin, Pio of Pietrelcina, Emmanuel Milingo, Rama P. Coomaraswamy, Gabriele Amorth, Jean-Joseph Surin, Marcellinus and Peter, Francis Borgia, Pellegrino Ernetti, Vade retro satana, James J. LeBar, Walter Halloran, Maturinus, William S. Bowdern, Exorcism in the Catholic Church, Jeremy Davies, Edward Hughes, Procopius of Scythopolis, Murder of Alfred Kunz, Of Exorcisms and Certain Supplications, Giancarlo Gramolazzo, Theophilus Riesinger, International Association of Exorcists, Peter Heier, Joseph de Tonquedec, Matteo La Grua, Raymond J. Bishop, Angelo Fantoni, Rosario Stroscio, Celestine Kapsner, Josef Stangl, Candido Amantini, Lawrence Kenny. Excerpt: Malachi Brendan Martin Ph.D. (July 23, 1921 - July 27, 1999) was a Catholic priest, theologian, writer on the Catholic Church, and professor at the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Institute. He held three doctorates and was the sole author of sixteen books covering religious and geopolitical topics, which were published in eight languages. He wrote additional books under pen names and in collaboration with others. He was a controversial commentator on the Vatican and other matters involving the Church. Martin spoke at least ten languages including Irish, English, French, Dutch, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Hebrew and Modern Arabic, and also knew classical languages like Latin, Classical Greek, Aramaic and Classical Arabic. He lived in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy, Israel, Lebanon, Egypt, Turkey, France, and the United States and travelled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Trinity College, DublinMartin was born prematurely in the village of Ballylongford, County Kerry, Ireland - a comfortable, middle-class family in which the children were raised speaking Irish at the dinner table and Catholic belief...
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