I’m excited to report that I have an interview in the works with Fr. Thomas Euteneuer, author of the new book Exorcism and the Church Militant (with a foreword by Fr. John Corapi). Since it’s not every day that you get to chat with an actual exorcist, I thought I’d ask: Do you have any questions for Fr. Euteneuer? I might not be able to get to them all, but I’ll do my best.
To give you an overview of Fr. Euteneuer, his work and his book, here’s a fascinating interview he did with Raymond Arroyo on EWTN:
Like a lot of people, until a few years ago I assumed that no rational modern person believed in the devil and that the last serious exorcism probably happened about 500 years ago. I was shocked when I found out that there are still exorcists today; I was even more shocked when I read accounts of exorcisms and it seemed like something real was going on there. After a lot more reading and research, I’ve come full-circle on the issue, and now see it as a valuable and very necessary practice in the Church.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with what an exorcism typically involves, you can read this article where a board-certified psychiatrist and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at New York Medical College talks about an exorcism he attended. And, of course, you can buy Fr. Euteneuer’s book.
Anyway, let me know if you have any suggestions for questions I should ask in the interview!
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