I feel that it has caused peril and ignorance since this prayer to the guardian of the Catholic Church, St. Michael the Archangel was suspended after the Second Vatican Council.
This society has been spiraling into satanic chaos especially since the 20th century.
Here is a reminder of why Pope Leo XIII had this power prayer of exorcism authored (From Fr. Gabriel Amorth’s ‘An Exorcist Tells His Story’ Pgs 37-38):
What are the origins of this prayer? Here is what the magazine Ephemerides Liturgicae reported in 1995 on Pages 58-59:
**Father Domenico Pechenino writes: "I do not remember the exact year. One morning the great Pope Leo XIII had celebrated a Mass and, as usual, was attending a Mass of thanksgiving. Suddenly, we saw him raise his head and stare at something above the celebrant’s head. He was staring motionlessly, without batting an eye. His expression was one of horror and awe; the color and look on his face changing rapidly. Something unusual and grave was happening in him.
"Finally, as though coming to his senses, he lightly but firmly tapped his hand and rose to his feet. He headed for his private office. His retinue followed anxiously and solicitously, whispering ‘Holy Father, are you not feeling well? Do you need anything?’ He answered: ‘Nothing, nothing’.
About half an hour later, he called for the Secretary of the Congregation of Rites and, handing him a sheet of paper, requested that it be printed and sent to all the ordinaries around the world. What was that paper? It was the prayer that we recite with the people at the end of every Mass . It is the plea to Mary and the passionate request to the Prince of the heavenly host, beseeching God to send Satan back to hell."
Pope Leo XIII instructed to kneel during those prayers. What we just reported was published in newspaper La settimana del clero, March 30, 1947, but it does not give the source of the information. However, we were able to verify that the prayer was indeed sent to the ordinaries in 1886, under unusual circumstances. A reliable witness, Cardinal Nasalli Rocca, in his 1946 Lenten Pastoral Letter to the Diocese of Bologna, wrote: “Leo XIII himself wrote that prayer. The sentence ‘The evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls’ has a historical explanation that was many times repeated by his private secretary, Monsignor Rinaldo Angeli. Leo XIII truly saw, in a vision, demonic spirits who were congregating on the Eternal City (Rome). The prayer that he asked all the Church to recite was the fruit of that experience. He would recite that prayer with strong, power voice: We heard it many a time in the Vatican Basilica. Leo XIII also personally wrote an exorcism that is included in the Roman Ritual (1954 Edition, XII C. III, p. 863 and following). He recommended that bishops and priests read these exorcisms often in their dioceses and parishes. he himself would recite them often throughout the day.”**
Prayer to St. Michael
Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protector against the wickedness and snares of the devil; may God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do thou, O Prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.