Saturday, June 26, 2010

Cheryl Nguyen's Testimony

Cheryl Nguyen is a consecrated person with three vows of poverty, chasity, and obedience. She has been a research and development engineer working in the media industry. She began working with Fr. Robert Faricy SJ in 2002 giving retreats, speaking at Marian and Charismatic conferences, and praying for healing at healing Masses in the United States, Canada, and the Philippines. In addition, Cheryl does counseling and gives spiritual direction. She lives in Northern California.

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Eddie Stones Catholic Charismatic Healing Ministry, Ireland.

Well known Catholic lay person, Eddie Stones at a charismatic renewal conference in Waterford in 2005. Eddie and his wife Lucy run a House of Prayer and healing ministry in Clonfert, Co. Galway.

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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Fr. Robert Faricy's Testimony

Robert Faricy, S.J. is a Jesuit priest and theologian who is an Emeritus Professor of Spirituality lives at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

He is an Emeritus Professor of Spirituality of the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

Father Faricy has written over thirty books, most translated into several languages, and several hundred articles.

He frequently ministers in Italy, the United States, Mexico, Ireland, and other countries, speaking at conferences and conventions and giving talks and retreats. Brief biographies can be found in: Who's Who in the World; in Contemporary Authors; in The Dictionary of Pentecostalism, and in other reference works.

This is his website

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Monday, June 21, 2010

Exorcism: Is It Real ?

Testimony of a modern day exorcist. Watch this National Geographic video.


Saturday, June 19, 2010

Don't Underestimate The Devil

By Gary Zimak in his blogpost mentions the Gospel of Luke 4:1-13) on the temptation of Jesus. He says that we are at war every day with the forces of evil. These are the key points he mentions about our enemy, Satan:

The Devil Is Real – The biggest mistake that many of us make is to downplay the role of the devil. The Church teaches that Satan is real, is a liar and always tries to trick us into committing sin. Nothing makes him happier then when people deny his existence. Doing so allows him to work more freely. If people don’t believe that he exists, they are less likely to fear him and his deceitful ways. That’s just what he wants!

The Devil Will Tempt You Where You’re Weak – In this encounter, we see that the devil initially tempts Jesus when He is hungry. And how does he tempt Him? With food. While the devil is not all powerful, he is very smart and tempts each of us in different ways. A person who struggles with pornography is going to be tempted differently than one who is prone to gluttony. Each of us has our own moral weaknesses and don’t think for a minute that Satan is unaware of them.

The Devil Will Try To Prevent You From Doing Good – In this Gospel reading, Jesus is tempted just before He began His public ministry. In Satan’s mind, stopping Jesus before He began His mission could put an end to the salvation of mankind. Have you ever been ready to begin some good work (teaching religious education, attending Bible study, doing some kind of charitable work) and had doubts or second thoughts? Maybe you felt unqualified or just didn’t feel like going. While it’s not always the case, often times it’s “you know who” trying to prevent you from advancing God’s Kingdom.

If The Devil Would Tempt Jesus, He Will Tempt You – If the devil has the audacity to tempt Jesus, do you think he will avoid you? He will try everything in his power to get us to commit a sin and then he will rejoice. He will lie and tell us that our sinful action “isn’t that bad”. He will tell us that the action will feel good. He will say that it won’t hurt anybody. Don’t listen to him, as he’s nothing more than a liar.

While it’s important to fear the devil, it’s equally important to remember that he can’t make us do anything. He can suggest things and try to fool us, but unless we go along with him, we can’t fall into sin. Also, don’t forget that God is more powerful than the devil. Pray each day for the grace to be able to resist the devil’s attack. In addition, pray the rosary daily to ask for Our Lady’s intercession. St. Padre Pio stated, “Love the Madonna and pray the rosary, for her Rosary is the weapon against the evils of the world today.” Above all, don’t panic. If we remain close to the Lord, especially during times of temptation, we will be victorious!

Gary Zimak is the founder of Following The Truth Ministries and teaches the Catholic Faith and its application to daily life.

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Vatican's Chief Exorcist: The Devil Is In The Vatican

Fr. Gabriele Amorth is an Italian Catholic priest and an exorcist of the Diocese of Rome.

Fr. Gabriele Amorth is the Holy See's chief exorcist. He says that sex abuse scandals in the Catholic Church are proof that that "the Devil is at work inside the Vatican" read more here.

Father Gabriele Amorth, 85, who has been the Vatican's chief exorcist for 25 years and says he has dealt with 70,000 cases of demonic possession, said that the consequences of satanic infiltration included power struggles at the Vatican as well as "cardinals who do not believe in Jesus, and bishops who are linked to the Demon".

Watch also this video: Exorcism Of Demons Is Alive And Well In Rome

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

The True Gospel Of Jesus Christ Evangelicals vs Catholics

Albert Mohler explains the true gospel of Jesus Christ. Faith through Christ gets you to heaven, not good works.

Watch this and compare this with this video.

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

The Seven Deadly Sins

By Msgr. Charles Pope

Early in my priesthood I began to feel a bit embarrassed that there were certain things I did not know more thoroughly and had not committed to memory. Among these things were the Seven Deadly Sins, and the Seven Gift of the Holy Spirit. Priests are like doctors. Imagine going to a doctor who was poor at diagnostic medicine or a doctor who knew nothing of medicines and cures available. Not much of a doctor and I didn’t what to be “not much of priest.” It should be the case that when people come to me, either in confession, counseling or Spiritual Direction that I have some command of the particulars both of spiritual disease and spiritual healing. So, I committed myself to memorizing and understanding the basic areas of spiritual and moral trouble such as the seven deadly sins, lists of the deeper drives and sinful attitudes, works of the flesh from Galatians 5 and other negative thinking or drives. I committed to learning the names and “moves” of these maladies. I also committed to memorizing and understanding the gifts and methods of healing to to be sought: sacraments, scripture, prayer, holy fellowship, virtues and Gifts of the Holy Spirit, Fruits of the Holy Spirit and so forth.

I cannot write on all these things here but since it is Lent how about one. Do you know what the Seven Deadly Sins are? It is a great value to know and begin to understand these deep drives of sin in us. They are more than just sins per se, they are drives or patters of sin and from them issue many other sins. The more we can know and distinguish them the more we can grow in self knowledge. We can begin to understand better how we “tick.” Further, being able to know and name these seven deep drives of sin helps us to know their moves and gain mastery over them. As they stir deep within us we can see evidence of their stirrings and begin to take greater authority over them.

Too many Christians know little about twisted nature of sin. They just know they’re a little messed up (or alot!) and can’t seem to figure out why. Have you ever gone to the doctor, not knowing what was wrong and left feeling better just because you finally knew what ailed you had a name and a cure? Being able to name our demons is an essential part of growth and healing.

Fr. Robert Barron recently published a 100 minute DVD on the subject of the Seven Deadly Sins called Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Lively Virtues. I would like to recommend you get it and learn all you can about these root sins and the virtues that help us to overcome them by God’s grace. You can order it as well by clicking on the title above. At the bottom of this post is a brief video in which Fr. Barron describes the intent and structure of the DVD.

Briefly stated though here are the Seven Deadly sins listed for you:

* Pride - The sinful drive that distorts proper self love so that we esteem ourself more than is proper and at the same time denigrate the goodness of others. There is such a thing as well ordered self love and self esteem but Pride is love of self which is perverted causes us unjustly to think of others as beneath us or less worthy. Pride also stirs us to reject lawful authority of others over us including God and refuses appropriate submission. Pride is at the root of every sin for through it we pridefully think we have a way better than what God has set forth or that we alone can be the judge of right and wrong. Adam and Eve wanted to “be like Gods” and wanted themselves to determine what was right and wrong. Hence they demanded to eat of the tree of the “Knowledge of good and evil.” This is Pride.

* Greed - The sinful drive that stirs excessive desire for wealth and possessions. It is the insatiable desire for more. It is not wrong to desire what we need but through greed we hoard things and acquire far beyond our needs or what is reasonable, and we fail to be generous and bless the needy and poor. Through greed we can also come to see the things of this world as more precious than the things of heaven.

* Lust - The sinful drive that leads to an excessive or inappropriate desires or thoughts of a sexual nature. It is not wrong to experience sexual desire per se but lust perverts this either to become excessive (all that matters), or for the object of it to be inappropriate (e.g. sexually fantasizing about someone other than a spouse). More broadly, lust is thought of as an excessive love for others that makes the love of God secondary.

* Anger - The sinful drive that leads to inordinate and unrestrained feelings of hatred and wrath. It is not always wrong to experience anger, especially in the presence of injustice. But anger here is understood as a deep drive which we indulge and wherein we excessively cling to angry and hateful feelings for others. This kind of anger most often seeks revenge.

* Gluttony - The sinful drive to over-indulge in, or over consume anything to the point of waste. We usually think of food and drink but gluttony can extend to other matters as well. This sin usually leads to a kind of laziness and self-gratification that has little room for God and the spiritual life. Over indulging in the world leaves little room for God and the things of the spirit. Gluttony may also cause us to be less able to help the poor.

* Envy - The sinful drive that leads to sorrow or sadness at the goodness or excellence of another person because I take it to make me look bad or less excellent. If I envy someone I want to diminish or undermine their excellence. Envy is not the same as jealousy. If I am jealous of you, I want what you have. If I am Envious, I want to diminish or destroy what is good or excellent in you. St. Augustine called Envy THE diabolical sin because of the way it seeks to eliminate excellence and goodness in others.

* Sloth - The sinful drive that leads to sorrow or sadness at the good things God wants to do for me. Instead of being joyful at the offer of holiness, chastity, self control, etc. I am sad or averse to it. I avoid the call to embrace a new life. Most people think of sloth as laziness. But what sloth really is, is an avoidance of God and what He offers. I fear or dislike what He can do for me so I avoid him. Some avoid God by laziness, but others avoid him by becoming workaholics, claiming they are too busy to pray, get to Church or think about spiritual things.

Please consider getting the Fr. Barron Video. Learning of these deep drives of sin is essential for spiritual growth.

Here’s Fr. Barron’s brief into to the DVD:

Source: Archdiocese of Washington

Watch this documentary on the 7 Deadly Sins.

Related to this subject is the film Se7en, released in 1995. It stars Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow, R. Lee Ermey and Kevin Spacey. This film portrays the exploits of a deranged serial-killer. His twisted agenda involves choosing seven victims who represent egregious examples of transgressions of each of the Seven Deadly Sins. He then views himself as akin to the Sword of God, handing out horrific punishment to these sinners.

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Wayne Rooney

Wayne Mark Rooney is an English footballer who plays as a striker for the English Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team.

He has won the Premier League three times, the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and two League Cups. He has also been awarded the PFA Players' Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year in 2009–10.

Catholic Rooney wears a rosary round his neck when training. He also has a crucifix tattoo with his wife's name Coleen above it.

Rooney said, "I've been wearing them for years now and you don't usually watch training [to see them.] I obviously can't wear them in games."

Rooney has told reporters that he would probably have become a priest if he had not been a good footballer as he was said to have a particular aptitude for religious studies while in school.

He attended renowned Catholic institutions Our Lady and St Swithin's Roman Catholic Primary.

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Friday, June 11, 2010

Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa (26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997), was a Catholic nun of Albanian ethnicity and Indian citizenship, who founded the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India in 1950. For over 45 years she ministered to the poor, sick, orphaned, and dying, while guiding the Missionaries of Charity's expansion, first throughout India and then in other countries. Following her death she was beatified by Pope John Paul II and given the title Blessed Teresa of Calcutta.

She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and India's highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1980 for her humanitarian work.

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Paul Keating

Paul John Keating is a former Australian politician, and was the 24th Prime Minister of Australia, serving from 1991 to 1996.

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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Lists Every Catholic Should Be Familiar With

The 7 Sacraments (The Holy Mysteries)

Confirmation (Chrismation)
Penance (Confession, Reconciliation)
Holy Orders
Extreme Unction (Annointing of the Sick)

A Sacrament is defined as "an outward sign of inward grace" which was instituted by Christ Himself and receives its power from God, through the merits of Christ.

Baptism and Penance are known as the "Sacraments of the Dead" because before receiving them when needed, we are dead in sin.

Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Extreme Unction, Holy Orders, and Matrimony are known as the "Sacraments of the Living" because one must be in a state of grace to receive them licitly and receive their fruits; they give additional grace to souls already spiritually alive.

Matrimony and Holy Orders are known as the "Social Sacraments" because they are designed primarily for the benefit of society and confer a social status.

Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders are the three Sacraments which leave an indelible mark on the recipient's soul and can never be repeated.

The 7 Corporal Works of Mercy

To feed the hungry
To give drink to the thirsty
To clothe the naked
To shelter the homeless
To visit the sick
To visit the imprisoned
To bury the dead

Reference Matthew 25 and Tobias 12. "To visit the imprisoned" was originally listed as "to ransom the captives," referring to the ransoming of Christians taken prisoner during Moslem aggression.

The 7 Spiritual Works of Mercy

To counsel the doubtful
To instruct the ignorant
To admonish the sinner
To comfort the sorrowful
To forgive all injuries
To bear wrongs patiently
To pray for the living and the dead

The 3 Eminent Good Works


The 7 Gifts of the Holy Ghost

Fear of the Lord

See Isaias 11:1-3

Class of Gifts of the Holy Ghost known as Charismata

Gift of speaking with wisdom
Gift of speaking with knowledge
Grace of healing
Gift of miracles
Gift of prophecy
Gift of discerning spirits
Gift of tongues (i.e., xenolalia, the ability to speak foreign languages unknown by natural reason)
Gift of interpreting speeches

See I Corinthians 12:6-11; I Corinthians 12:28-31; and Romans 12:6-8. The number of items in this class of Gifts of the Holy Ghost, properly called "charismata," is disputed among theologians. Some add: Gift of government, Gift of Helps, Gift of distributio, Gift of misericordia. The charismata were/are not necessary for individual sanctification, were/are not distributed to all Christians, and are to be subjected to authority and the proper ends for which they were given (I Corinthians 12-14).

The 12 Fruits of the Holy Ghost


See Galatians 5:22-25 (three of these are not mentioned in some Greek and Latin manuscripts). The 12 Fruits of the Holy Ghost are the effects of the 7 Gifts of the Holy Ghost.

The 3 Theological Virtues


Reference I Corinthians 13:13. The Theological Virtues are called such because they are supernatural in origin, relate immediately to God, and can only be gained through His grace.

The 4 Cardinal Virtues


Refrerence Wisdom 8:7. The Cardinal Virtues, unlike the Theological Virtues, can be achieved by human effort.

The 7 Capital Sins

Capital Sin

Pride - Unrestrained appreciation of our own worth

Greed - Immoderate desire for earthly goods

Lust - Hankering for impure pleasures

Anger - Inordinate desire for revenge

Gluttony - Unrestrained use of food and drink

Envy - Sorrow over another's good fortune

Sloth - Laxity in keeping the Faith and the practice of virtue

The 7 Capital Sins, also known as "The 7 Deadly Sins," are those sins that give rise to other sins. They were first enumerated by Pope St. Gregory the Great in "Moralia in Job."

The 6 Sins against the Holy Ghost

Resisting the known truth
Envy of another’s spiritual good
Obstinacy in sin
Final impenitence The 4 Sins that Cry Out to Heaven
Willful murder
The sin of Sodom
Oppression of the poor
Defrauding laborers of their wages

Genesis 4, Genesis 18, Exodus 2, James 5, respectively.

The 10 Commandments

Thou shalt not have other gods besides Me
Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain
Remember to keep holy the Lord’s day
Honor thy father and thy mother
Thou shalt not murder
Thou shalt not commit adultery
Thou shalt not steal
Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods

Reference Exodus 20 and Exodous 34 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21. Note that the Septuagint, the Latin Vulgate (the official Scripture of the Church), and the original Douay-Reims phrase the Fifth Word as "Thou shalt not murder"; later Douay-Reims versions, such as the Challoner, and the King James Bible, etc., phrase it as "Thou shalt not kill." "Thou shalt not murder," however, is the original intent and the meaning of the earliest texts. Catholics, of course, have 2,000 years of Church teaching and the Magisterium to interpret Scripture, and the meaning of the Fifth Commandment is that one is not to take innocent human life. (For information on the way Catholics number the Commandments, as opposed to how Protestants and Jews number them, see this page in the Apologetics section of this site) The 2 Greatest Commandments
To love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, soul, mind and strength.
To love thy neighbor as thyself.

Reference Mark 12:30-.31

The 6 Precepts of the Church (The Duties of a Catholic)

To go to Mass and refrain from servile work on Sundays and holy days
To go to Confession at least once a year (traditionally done during Lent)
To receive the Eucharist at least once a year, during the Easter Season (known as the "Easter duty")
To observe the days of fasting and abstinence
To help to provide for the needs of the Church according to one's abilities and station in life
To obey the marriage laws of the Church

The 4 Pillars of the Catholic Faith

The Apostles Creed
The Seven Sacraments
The Ten Commandments
The Lord's Prayer

The 3 Pillars of the Church's Authority

Sacred Scripture
Sacred Tradition
Living Magisterium

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Hostage To The Devil

Illustrious Catholic theologian and exorcist Fr. Malachi Martin's book Hostage to the Devil: The Possession and Exorcism of Five Contemporary Americans (published in 1975) traces and follows the actual possession and exorcism of 5 living Americans who were possessed by the Devil.

Part of Satan's cunning is that he has gone to great lengths to make the world think he does not exist. This is the opposite of what God has done. This book has been extensively quoted in M. Scott Peck's book People Of The Lie.

"In the barrage of books on possession and exorcism, this is undoubtedly the most authoritative and convincing." The Washington Post Book Review

This is an excellent book.

If you need help pertaining to cases of demonic possession or oppression, please contact a deliverance prayer group in your area listed in this worldwide directory.

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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Dee Dee's Testimony

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Monday, June 7, 2010

Didier Drogba

Didier Yves Drogba Tébily is an Ivorian footballer who plays in the centre forward position. He currently plays for Chelsea in the English Premier League and is the captain and all-time top scorer of the Côte d'Ivoire national football team. He has scored more goals for Chelsea than any other foreign player and is currently Chelsea's 6th highest goal scorer of all time.

Drogba is Catholic although his wife is Muslim, the couple have three children together.

He also appears to have a rosary tattooed on his arm.

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Finger Of God

This is a documentary about the miracles God's doing in the world today.

The above is Part 1.

Here are the links for Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9 and Part 10.

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Ghosts, Demons and Deliverance

By Fr. Dwight Longenecker

Do you believe in ghosts ? C.S.Lewis said he only met one woman who had ever seen a ghost and she said afterwards she didn't believe. It illustrates that perceiving is not believing. This article tells us that sightings of ghosts, demons, werewolves, black beasts and monsters of all kinds are higher than ever in modern day Britain.

When I worked as an Anglican priest in England I received regular requests to cleanse houses of spooky stuff. The article in question is rather ignorant of the different types of paranormal activity.Ghosts and demons are not the same thing, although the journalist sort of lumps them together.

A 'ghost' might be any number of things. It could be the unquiet spirit of a dead person who is still roaming this physical world. If this is so it is theorized that this might be because the person was too attached to this physical world and can't let it go. Others think that there is no objective reality to the ghost. In other words, it's not really a departed soul, but a kind of psychic 'memory' of the departed person which is imprinted on a particular place--maybe through a violent or unprepared death.

Other ghostly manifestations seem to be slips in time--where a particular event is replayed over and over again. Whether this slip in time is real or simply perceived as real by persons who are sensitive to it is an arguable point. The fact that only certain people can see it may indicate that it is only in the person's mind, or it may simply be the case that it is there, but only some people have the receptivity to see it.

Poltergeist activity should be distinguished from ghostly manifestations. Poltergeists may be a physical projection of energy from a vulnerable person--often an adolescent. Others think the young person may be a kind of psychic channel for mischievous spirits--not possessing the child, but acting through them in a way to frighten and disturb.

Other manifestations like black beasts, dragons, sea serpents, aliens, werewolves, incubus and succubus etc are unlikely to be physical. Instead they are more likely to be demonic impressions on the receptor's mind. Others think the collective unconscious produces monsters which become quasi that the receptor can 'see' them but they are not so physical that they will ever be captured or killed.

However, demonic temptation, oppression, obsession, infestation and possession are real enough and are a much more objective phenomenon than the other paranormal experiences. Many of them have more to do with disturbed psyche and peculiar realms of perception than anything objective.

When I lived in England I went to a seminar by the famous psychiatrist Kenneth McCall, who wrote the book Healing the Family Tree. He was a very experienced exorcist and was very involved in the healing and deliverance ministry. He said that all that was required in most cases of paranormal activity was for two or three baptized Christians to pray the Lord's Prayer with a focus on 'deliver us from evil.'

This is my experience too. There are cases of profound demonic activity, but most cases of paranormal activity are low level. The name of Jesus is also very powerful. A priest friend of mine named Roger, who is now gone home told me that he was once walking down the corridor of a psychiatric ward where he had gone to visit a parishioner when a madman ran up to him brandishing a knife.

My friend was only just over 5'. His attacker was over 6' and heavy. Roger pointed to him and said, "In the name of Jesus, drop the knife!" The man dropped the knife, burst into tears and hugged Roger and asked forgiveness.

Source: Standing On My Head

Oxford educated Fr. Dwight Longenecker is an American who has spent most of his life living and working in England. He was eventually ordained as an Anglican priest and served as a curate, a school chaplain in Cambridge and a country parson. In 1995 Fr. Dwight and his family were received into the Catholic Church. He spent the next ten years working as a freelance Catholic writer, contributing to over twenty-five magazines, papers and journals in Britain, Ireland and the USA. In December 2006 he was ordained as a Catholic priest under the special pastoral provision for married former Anglican clergy.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Exorcism In The Philippines

The Philippines is a Catholic country and people here have a strong believe in the supernatural. It is common for members in their community to seek help from spiritualist when they are under siege by diabolical powers.

St Paul said: "For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places." Ephesians 6:12

In this National Geographic video, a Philippine mother takes her young possessed son to a spiritualist for an exorcism.

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

People Of The Lie

"the Devil's cleverest wile is to convince us that he does not exist," says renowned psychiatrist M. Scott Peck.

In this book M. Scott Peck reveals the reality of Satan, he says, "I now know that Satan is real. I have met it."

What gives the Peck's revelation in People of the Lie credibility is that it comes from a man thoroughly trained in the canons of secular psychology. Peck was educated at Harvard and Case Western Reserve universities, he did not read the Gospels until he was 39, and was not baptized until March of 1980, sometime after he wrote The Road Less Traveled.

He has also worked with Fr. Malachi Martin a famous Catholic exorcist and scholar on investigating the reality of the diabolic in the world. Peck's made numerous references to Fr. Malachi Martin's book Hostage to the Devil.

Read this book.

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Scott's Testimony

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Lee Iacocca

Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca is an American businessman known for his revival of the Chrysler Corporation in the 1980s, serving as President and CEO from 1978 and additionally as chairman from 1979, until his retirement at the end of 1992.

One of the most famous business people in the world, he was a passionate advocate of U.S. business exports during the 1980s.

Portfolio named Iacocca, a Roman Catholic, the 18th greatest American CEO of all time.

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