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Monsignor Stephen Rossetti said exorcisms have ‘grown exponentially’ in the past decade as the US is ‘demonically oppressed’ and torn by moral crisis
By Kunal Dey, Media Entertainment Arts WorldWide (MEAWW), July 3, 2021
Monsignor Stephen Rossetti is a licensed psychologist and research associate professor at Catholic University of America (Saint Luke Institute)
Battling demons is reportedly a regular duty for Monsignor Stephen Rossetti, a Catholic priest who worked in two parishes in the Diocese of Syracuse for five years. He is now based in Washington, DC, and his team reportedly performs up to 20 exorcisms every week.
Speaking to New York Post, 70-year-old Rossetti said exorcisms have “grown exponentially” in the past decade as the United States is “demonically oppressed” and in a moral crisis. “I think this is going to get much worse before it gets better,” he added.
A licensed psychologist and research associate professor at Catholic University of America, Rossetti speaks of his 13 years of experience dealing with evil in the new book ‘Diary of an American Exorcist. Demons, Possession, and the Modern-Day Battle Against Ancient Evil’ (Sophia Institute Press). The book sees Rossetti recount how he’s seen demons at work, with “doors banging, TVs turning on and off spontaneously, dogs howling uncontrollably, victims communicating in ancient languages they never learned,” as per the Post. “There are stunning things that happen that are not humanly possible,” he told the newspaper. …
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