I spend time doing activities in a residential care facility. We have people from 40 to over 100 there. People with physical disabilities and also people with Dementia.
There are retired religious, Nuns, Brothers, and Clergy. The resident Priest is getting on in years himself, and has started to be a little forgetful during Mass. But thats ok, he has tonnnes of backup! The Bishop Emeritus, again , getting on in years, comes in to celebrate Masses too.
Mass is said daily, and there are other religious devotions and activities, as well as secular activities.
I spend most time in with the Dementia residents. I have to say, they can be a lot of fun. We laugh. The amazing thing is , no matter where a mind is at, the person always knows when they are in Mass, Rosary or Stations of the Cross. That stuns me. And words to prayers and hymns, still there.
Initially, some residents find the adjustment challenging, may not understand why they cant go home, where they are, whats going on. Some can be fearful or angry, but with love the anxiety goes away mostly, and the person settles into routine, makes friends, finds fav activities to do.
No demonic activity anywhere.