Archbishop appoints new Bilingual exorcists
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Canada being a bilingual country of French and English requires even the Satan to be bilingual or suffer the consequences of Government officials in order for his victims to be understood by bilingual exorcists. God on the other hand doesn't need to be, cause let's face it what are you gonna do about it, He's God?
What I would like to know is how is the Catholic church going to get a French and English - Satan language translation made easy phrase book to Satan? Satan who normally speaks some unintelligle language anyways through his victims which is niether french or english as most of us know who watched Exorcist Movies, If I were Satan, I would just say WTF, it's easier to just "kill em". Satan was never a good conversationalist anyways.
Ottawa Archbishop appoints new exorcistsCanwest News ServicePublished: Saturday, April 05, 2008
OTTAWA -- Ottawa's Catholic archbishop has appointed at least two new exorcists, one for the English and one for the French community, replacing the region's last exorcist who retired five years ago. The archdiocese will not name the priests, or say exactly how many there are for fear of a flood of phone calls. Msgr. Kevin Beach says all the men are experienced clergy with overseas experience, some in areas of the world where belief in demons is more robust than in North America. He said it wasn't easy to find men with the right qualifications, nor was it easy to persuade them to take the duties. "I think they had to give prayerful consideration. If they are looking for the job, that's not the person you want." The archdiocese doesn't receive any more than seven or eight calls a year about exorcism. Exorcism has always been part of the Catholic ministry, even if it has fallen by the wayside. Under Pope Benedict XVI and his predecessor John Paul II, talk of Satan and his minions has made a comeback.