Fr. John P. Cush: ‘I Know Who You Are’ — Why Demons are So Terrified of Christ

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“What have you to do with us, Son of God? Have you come here to torment us before the appointed time?” (Matthew 8:29)

By Father John P. Cush, EWTN News, 5/17/20

Rev. John P. Cush is a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn. He serves as Academic Dean and as a formation advisor at the Pontifical North American College, Vatican City-State….

Father John P. CushIn my last article for the Register, I focused on the role of the Guardian Angels, particularly in the life and ministry of priests in this trying time in which we find ourselves. This reflection on the guardian angels led me to then reflect on the Lord Jesus and his encounters with the demons, those fallen angels, whom he encounters time and again in his earthly ministry.

Recall that the central message that Jesus came to bring is the proclamation of the Kingdom of God. He reveals this message of the Kingdom of God, as Vatican II’s Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum, reminds us, in two ways: gestis verbisque, through words and deeds.   …

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