Friday, June 29, 2012


  • A Virginia woman came to a priest to be purged of her evil spirits in 2008 but claims the priest repeatedly molested her during the two-year exorcism that followed.
  • (ABC News)
  • The Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer, of Florida, is accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing a woman who came to him for spiritual help in 2008. The complaint says Euteneur explained passionate kisses as "blowing the Holy Spirit" into her.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • The boy, whose family were from Africa, had been taken into care by Islington council in north London. His mother, who no longer had responsibility for her child, asked for him to be sent to the Democratic Republic of Congo for deliverance.
  • (Daily Telegraph)
  • A Virginia woman who asked a Catholic priest to rid her of the devil is suing his former employer, alleging he sexually assaulted her over a two-year period, The Associated Press reported. The suit seeks $5.
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  • A Virginia woman filed a lawsuit claiming that a former priest whom she approached for spiritual help after becoming convinced that she was possessed by the devil repeatedly molested her during a more than two-year exorcism.
  • (Daily Mail)
  • A Florida literacy teacher is behind bars for a bizarre exorcism ritual in which she allegedly cut and burned teenagers to rid them of demons.
  • (Reuters)
  • RICHMOND, Va. — A woman who claims a priest repeatedly molested her during a more than two-year exorcism has filed a lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Arlington, its bishop and an anti-abortion ministry that employed the exorcist.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Rabbi Isaac Luria, one of the greatest of Jewish mystics, would walk in the hills of 16th century Safed and point out to his students the souls of the dead, often standing on their graves.
  • (Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles)
  • BLUE ISLAND, Ill. | An exorcism, of sorts, took place Sunday along the shores of the Cal-Sag Channel. No one was chasing out Satan, or any other demons. But the Rev.
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