Seriously, this is not a Joke.
So please, don’t troll me.
I believe an Exorcist Priest is a Vocation,
unless I am mistaken.
I have many reasons for this, I will list a few.
Firstly, when Jesus was going about healing people of their various sicknesses,
he was casting out the demons that were causing these malignant issues.
Today we put a label on things, suggesting that it’s origin is not demonic, but may be hereditary or psychological to which medication is given, which in my opinion, numbs the patient while the problem is still there.
By doing so, we deny the existence of evil, which denies the devil really exists, by not fearing the devil, we give excuses for all the calamities that occur. I’ve been told that the biggest lie the devil ever convinced us of is that he does not exist. And sadly to say with the intercession of modern medicine we continue to attribute diabolical actions with an explanation. That satisfies most people’s interest.
Also by not fearing the devil, we feel that our moral actions will not be judged and so cater to immoral and lawlessness tendencies. Acknowledging God as one who can save us from the problems we encounter increases our faith and pisses off the devil, in an attempt to discourage you from continuing a relationship with God, the devil increases misfortunes to happen on you with the hope of you thinking, “Ever since I went back to God, “poop” has been hitting the fan, maybe I should avoid God, and it will go away”.
Once our souls are won by the devil, there is no need for him to try anymore, but show a little resistance to his lies and he will attack you either thru occuring misfortunes, and when that does not work, thru direct contact.
I’ve experienced it myself, talked to others who have gone thru it, and feel there’s a real need to bring this ancient practice back to light. Otherwise modern medicine will continue to delude us that the devil does not exist, and that only medicine can save us. That in itself seems a bit idolatrous.
I in no way am condescending medicine, it has it’s uses, it does save lives, and stops diseases. But performing exorcisms on people as a prerequisite for a medical examination could help detour any possible demonic interference.
I believe by poking fun at the ordeal of Exorcisms is a bit blasphemous, as it was our Lord Jesus Christ who was the 1st Exorcist, then the Apostles. To poke fun at Exorcisms means to have no faith and to poke fun at Jesus.