Hostage to the Devil by Malachi Martin Interview with an Exorcist by José Antonio Fortea The Rite by Matt Baglio The Day Satan Called by Bill Scott I Am Not. by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea In today’s culture of scientific enlightenment, many consider belief in demonic possession and exorcism to be superstitious remnants . Interview With an Exorcist – FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA[]. By: FR JOSE ANTONIO FORTEA. Many current movies like Constantine, Hellboy and.

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Informative and a good starting point to other possible areas of research. But I’m being a bit too harsh on this book and overall I did learn aith new thing or two and enjoyed it.

He studied theology for the priesthood at the University of Navarra.

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It was interesting to informative. It was more an oversimplification that when read by intervieew who never came across any real theology before could easily be unde 2. This book tells everything in a clear and concise manner with information as to where he got the answer from such as the bible and the Catholic Catechism. The most convincing case is that of Marta, now a famous case and one that hasn’t yet finished.

Be the first to ask a question about Interview with an Exorcist. When you spoke about it, no one really forttea the subject. Also of interest is Fr. However, things changed dramatically over the next ten years, and people were starting to exorcisf how there was just no help for people. And he does all of this in very straightforward language, so this text is fodtea quick and easy read as well as an interesting one. He is currently preparing his doctorate in theology in Rome. Always went to Catholic schools, have two Aunts that are Nuns, but, do my own research.


Apr 09, Irene rated it it was ok Shelves: I actually would have rather not taken the case because my future expectations and work was otherwise, and to be honest, I really didn’t want to. Over the following year she returned to my parish many times as a parishioner and is a wonderful young lady.

What would you have to say to any LoveToKnow readers who feel that they could be experiencing these sorts of things in their exorcisr lives?

Interview With a Real Life Exorcist

Which to me makes this book worthwhile to read as it makes you not only think, but analyze what he is actually saying.

Being raised Catholic, I found some of this a bit spooky to say the least. Apr 05, R. Dec 11, K. She told the people in the room that I was asking for her name. During that period of time, he had in mind to pursue studies in Law School.

Ultimately the answer is always prayer, whether it is the intensity of the Roman Ritual or prayer on one’s own depending upon the severity. Montemayor rated it really liked it Shelves: That was a clear case that there was no other reason for the supposed “sickness”. Want to Read saving…. In the United States, for example, there were only four exorcists. Many people suffer from demons, but don’t suffer from possession. May 19, Liam is currently reading it. Oct 22, Alex Torres rated it did not like it.

A book of personal experienced that illuminated the role of demons and wity in real life. His father was a businessman and did not expect him to become a priest, but to take charge of the family business since he was his only son.

The book is question and answer format which makes it easy to skip sections you don’t want to read. I do recommend it. I hope all pick up this book, especially Catholics as we need to prove to the world that these threats are real and we must always turn to God for his love and fear not the devil and his demons. It is hard to find books about demons or angels in Lithuania, but I found this translated and bought it.


They put the child in a University hospital staffed with psychiatrists. With our advances in science and technology anything that can not be tested and proven is relegated to myth, or at best theory.

Father Fortea acknowledges that up until his adolescence, religion wtih importance for him and that the concept of sin seemed to be an anachronism. This book presents the themes of demonic possession, exorcism and demonology from a Catholic perspective.

She began to reply in Spanish, with a fully memorized version of the Psalm. Father Fortea has been practicing the rite for the Catholic Church for over twenty years.

No trivia or quizzes yet. The author describes the nature of the work in the Introduction: Very understandable even if you happen not to be Catholic.

As a result of this I’ve started giving knterview more consideration to what I do or say before I actually act upon it. I also believe that poss I actually picked up this book after a fairly interesting discussion concerning exorcism in one of my classes.

But at the time of this first case, I was the only exorcist in Spain.