Exorcism and the Church

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EXORCISM AND THE CHURCH 1. First, identify where you have gotten most of your ideas about exorcisms, and what you think they are all about: All my ideas about exorcisms have been connected with the devil. I do not know that much about it. Next, research the answers to these questions, using at least three websites: 2. What’s the Church’s official stance on exorcisms? Exorcism is the act of driving out, or warding off, demons, or evil spirits, from persons, places, or things, which are believed to be possessed or infested by them, or are liable to become victims or instruments of their malice. 3. Who can be an exorcist? How many exorcists are there in the world? The official exorcism in the Catholic Church can be done only by a special priest, duly authorized by the Bishop of the Dioceses. 4. Find an alternate opinion about exorcisms (from another faith tradition like Scientology, or from a skeptical point of view) and contrast it with the view of the Church. From the scientific view of point, psychiatrist
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