The Francis Era
Pope Approves Exorcist Group, Proves He’s Still Catholic
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  • It’s not often that I catch misspellings here, but there are two in one sentence. I think it should read “status” instead of “statues.” Further, the law is “canon,” not “cannon.”

    Have a nice day!

  • FriendlyGoat

    This Pope has clearly asked people everywhere to 1) See Jesus, and 2) Act on a concern for the poor. That is enough. We do not need to criticize him on minor details such as IAE, because his main vision is correct for Christianity, and because”The Church” is not giving you a better Pope than this one anytime soon, possibly ever. (No, I am not Catholic, but I can discern the difference between Francis and Benedict.)

  • Boritz

    What do the resumes for members of such a group look like? &nbspThe responsibilities and accomplishments sections would be interesting to read. &nbspAre they ever confused with the IAEA?

  • B-Sabre

    We should see if we can’t book the IAE an appointment at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC. How about 2:00 pm next Thursday?

  • hombre111

    The Devil is most present in organizations, which can wreak much greater harm than the total malice of all the individuals who make up the organization.

  • MrEveryman

    Hocus -Pockus: It’s Halloween time !!! Maybe Pope Francis can have the exorcists supervise the Legion (Mark 5: 9).

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