is of no help at all sometimes.
But for those of us with minds I draw your attention to this offering—
—and should you go there … please spread the good news.
Oh … more? Okaaaaayy—
This might make your head spin — officials of the Roman Catholic Church are offering a week-long course in exorcism, and dozens of Catholic priests have flocked to Rome to partake of the Holy See’s demon-banishing tips and strategies.
Titled Exorcism and Prayer of Liberation, the course is now in its 13th year, and is presented at The Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, a Catholic educational institution … An estimated 200 people — lay Catholics as well as priests — attended, Reuters reported.
From April 16 to 21, the would-be exorcists learn about issues they might encounter, including recognizing the devil, differentiating between possession and mental disorders, and legal protections for exorcists, according to a course outline. [Exorcism: Facts and Fiction About Demonic Possession]
Read from source: clicketh hereunto
—for myself I don’t understand any of it but their advertising blurb makes it all look jolly good fun (ol’ Shaitan must be quaking in his hoofs) …
“Actually Argie … too busy right now …”
AND JUST REMEMBER THIS
if Satan didn’t exist it would be necessary to invent Him, no?
“Would too~!” “Would not!”
“Would not~!” “Would too!”
AND from someone who can advise (being me): … rather than spend a fortune on the Vatican’s professional courses, all you need to stop the Devil in His tracks is salt from the local shop. Sprinkle salt on His tail and He’s naffed (sea salt works best).
FOR MORE ADVICE
on Satanic self-defence just send me a a signed blank cheque and by return post I’ll send you—in one compact package—all the equipment you’ll need to protect your home and loved ones from the entire unholy spooktrum from Apparitions to Zombies. (First twenty responders, I’ll even throw in a can of Mormon Repellent, free.)
Go here to see their course …
—and don’t forget, extra credits for every shekel you drop in the
Papal ‘poor box’ on arrival/departure from campus.
“Trust me—I’m with Him!”