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Synonyms for exorcist

one of the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church

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someone who practices exorcism

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uk/news/2014/07/07/international-association-of-exorcists-wins-vatican-recognition/) backed  the International Association of Exorcists, the group set up in 1991 by Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican's chief exorcist.
These are just some of the grave mental states into which people who seek an exorcist are sinking.
The Exorcist, which made its debut at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre last year, runs at the Phoenix Theatre from October 20 2017, to March 10 2018.
So the Power of Christ - or the Power of Entertainment, for non-believers - compels you to see The Exorcist at the Rep before November 5.
The Exorcist is being staged with the help of an Olivier award-winning set designer (Anna Fleischle), Tonynominated director (Sean Mathias) and a magician.
It's normal for humans to have a morbid fascination with the idea of a battle with evil and to the point of caricature, the exorcist coming like a wizard to help.
The office has seen a threefold increase in cases of harassment and possession in the past year, so Manila-based exorcists have been laying the groundwork for a training program that would see their workload spread out more evenly across the Philippines.
American Hauntings: The True Stories Behind Hollywood's Scariest Movies--From The Exorcist to The Conjuring
The first association of exorcists was founded by Father Gabriele Amorth, the Holy See's chief exorcist for almost 30 years, who has described intense sessions with possessed people who scream, blaspheme and spit shards of glass.
Bob Larson, the founder of Spiritual Freedom Churches International, says he's performed some 20,000 exorcisms over the past forty years--some in private, others on camera for the reality show, The Real Exorcist, and now around the world via Skype.
The commercial success of The Exorcist (not the sequels and prequels) cannot be disputed.
One of seven works on view, Anemic Cinema takes its title from Duchamp's 1926 film of the same name and uses as its base content footage from the 1973 movie The Exorcist.
In addition to pastoral duties at Sacred Heart Parish, Thomas is the official exorcist for the Diocese of San Jose.
1973's The Exorcist began this trend in earnest, with 2005's The Exorcism of Emily Rose a more recent example.