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“I don’t feel fearful. I believe I am on the winning side.”

By Patti Maguire Armstrong, EWTN News, October 31, 2018

Patti Maguire ArmstrongEternity is a long time to be lost to the netherworld, so those in the exorcism ministry fight for souls with everything they’ve got. And they’ve got a lot. It is the power of Jesus Christ who does battle for them, but Jesus is in the business of saving souls, not taking hostages.

Victims of demonic possession must ultimately exercise their own free will and cooperate to win their freedom. Not everyone has the fight in them. Julia did not. The 39-year-old woman had gone to her priest claiming she was possessed. He referred her to Dr. Richard Gallagher for a mental health evaluation. …

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