FATHER GABRIELE AMORTH. An Exorcist Tells His Story. Translated by Nicoletta V. MacKenzie. IGNATIUS PRESS SAN FRANCISCO. Title of the Italian . An Exorcist Tells His Story has ratings and 97 reviews. Anna said: This book is NOT:1) a collection of horror stories. If you want such stories. The Reverend Gabriele Amorth, SSP (1 May – 16 September ) was an Italian Amorth wrote two memoirs of his time as an exorcist, An Exorcist Tells His Story and An Exorcist: More Stories. An Exorcist Tells his Story (translated by Nicoletta V. Mackenzie, ; ISBN ); Gospel of Mary: A Month .
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There is one special chapter that, believe-it-or-not, is actually written by a victim of a demonic possession. Amorth was also one of the voices that made public warnings to parents about J. There exorckst many episodes where he narrates about the exorcism but to the end part of the book I felt little boring, I don’t know the reason.
Witnessing “the Vatican Exorcist” at Work”. He bashes psychologists for not considering spiritual problems after years of little success in patient treatment, however when he as an exorcist needs years to free a possessed person this criteria doesn’t apply.
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Yet as the author himself amogth mentions on several occasions, this is extremely exprcist. This is, of course, solid advice. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Open Preview See a Problem? It is painfully clear, after reading this book, that science can do nothing to stop the evil one. Doors in the Walls of the World. Add exorciwt cart Add to Wishlist. Apr 04, Sylvia Patzold rated it it was amazing Shelves: Amorth, former exorcist of the diocese of Rome, explains clearly and in accordance with Catholic beliefs that demons are among stlry different from mental illnesses: An Exorcist Tells His Story has been a European best-seller that has gone through numerous printings and editions.
This article needs additional citations for verification. The last few chapters are also dry, with Amorth harping on the fact that the episcopate is the reason why there are so few exorcists when so many more are direly needed.
Views Read Edit View history. A Discussion on Satan 1 20 Sep 04, Demons are sad and fearful creatures. Obviously the book is written from a Catholic perspective since the author is a Catholic priest holding the office of Exorcist.
A Refutation of Moral Relativism.
No other book today so thoroughly and concisely discusses the topic of exorcism. For example, Amorth recalls when one of the demons told him that they stkry cooperated to construct Hell, not God. He gabriee he would never perform an exorcism based solely on someone’s claims exorcis possession; always directs people to psychiatrists and doctors first, and that when he sees someone is not possessed but the person still insists, he replies: If getting in touch and receiving power from demons was so easy, it would have been a recognized truth of the world, a commonly known fact like the shape of the earth which some still deny.
Italian Roman Catholic priest and the senior exorcist of the Diocese of Rome. Over your job, your kids, your life!
For example, when I view the decadence of the Roman Empire, I can see the moral disintegration of that period in history. Amorth authored two books specifically on exorcism. The Church’s Leading Exorcist”. It’s a tradesman’s book–a discussion of the nuts and bolts, of the challenges, and of the community.
Only the good creates. More Stories are not official Roman Catholic documents, rather personal accounts of his offic Italian Roman Catholic priest and the senior exorcist of the Diocese of Rome.
This book explains what the demons can and cannot do. He might obfuscate to throw you off the scent. This is a given. Oct 07, Erika Ordonez rated it liked it Shelves: Learned stuff I did not know.
What is the your opinion of Satan after reading this book? Description Customer Reviews In this powerful book, the renowned exorcist of Rome tells of his many experiences in his ministry as an exorcist doing battle with Satan to relieve the great suffering of people in the grip of evil.