Please, read the following:
HERE IS SOME OF THE ARTICLE:
Informal exorcism at St. Paul Cathedral prompts investigation
A report was filed with St. Paul police, who said the case could be prosecuted as a hate crime if someone is arrested.
“It does have an element of hate and bias to it,” said police spokesman Paul Schnell, who noted that the incident seemed aimed to coincide with the presence of the Rainbow Sash group.
Schnell said police have no leads, but several religious people familiar with the case said it is probably the work of fringe Catholics who advocate using sacramentals, or holy objects, to cleanse places where gays take communion.
“I don’t know who did it,” said Dr. David Pence, a member of Ushers of the Eucharist. “I do know that some people have used sacramentals to engage in some kind of holy war against people. Nobody wants to see church property damaged in the name of an exorcism.”
I GOT THE FOLLOWING FROM: PRESENTATION MINISTRIES,
“They will manhandle and persecute you.” —Luke 21:12
Jesus tells us we will be delivered up even by our parents, brothers, relatives, and friends (Lk 21:16). This will result in some of us being put to death. Jesus has made it very clear that, before there can be peace, there will be division in families. “A household of five will be divided three against two and two against three; father will be split against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law, daughter-in-law against mother-in-law” (Lk 12:52-53).
Our families will be under extreme pressure in the future and severely tried. Jesus reveals the future not to discourage us but to encourage us to plan accordingly in the present. For example, if we were building a car and we knew this car would be driven through a crossfire of bullets, we would build an armored car. So, if we’re building a family and we know this family will be attacked by the devil, then we will build an “armored family.” “Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil” (Eph 6:11). “You must put on the armor of God if you are to resist on the evil day” (Eph 6:13). On Thanksgiving Day, many of us will be gathering with our families. We can engage in superficialities, keep quiet about Jesus, and pray by ourselves. Or we can ask the Spirit to work through us in building strong, deeply committed, holy families. Would you talk to your family differently if you knew they might betray you?
Peace, Joy, Love ,Kindness, Obedience,
JESUS IS KING!
JESUS IS GOD!
PS: The Priest should of done the Exorcism!