Priests Praying Exorcism Prayers Produces Great Fruit

Priests Praying at Abortion Mill Face Demonic Attack

NASHVILLE, TN (Catholic Online) – “And how can men preach unless they are sent? As it is written, ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who preach good news!’” (Rom 10:15).

Priests Praying at Abortion Mill

According to tradition, typical demonic responses during exorcism include foul language, references to sexual perversion, deceit, and profuse blasphemy. Similarly, prayers for exorcism outside the Northern Illinois Women’s Center abortuary in Rockford have provoked just such a reaction from pro-abortion workers and activists within. “Not Against Flesh and Blood, But the Rulers of Darkness.” Their revulsion for anything as holy as a Catholic priest is evident in their bizarre window displays, a few of which reportedly include a nun in a coffin, a rubber chicken hanging from a noose, and a picture of Jesus flipping the bird that says, “Even Jesus Hates You.” The beautiful thing about this ongoing battle is that the number of abortions has reportedly been cut by half at this abortuary since the spiritual power of the Jesus was first unleashed through the prayers of the priests who have prayed outside since September of 2008. At least, the abortuary seems to blame them and the special prayers of the Church . . .  Continue reading here: courageouspriest.com

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Helpers of God’s Precious Infants – Charlotte, NC

CHARLOTTE HELPERSblankThe Helpers of God’s Precious Infants was originally begun by veteran pro-life hero Msgr. Reilly in New York. The Charlotte chapter is a group of committed Catholic pro-lifers living in and around the Charlotte area.

The Charlotte Helpers launched in 2013 in response to Pope Benedict’s Year of Faith as well as the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops call to prayer for the intentions of Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty.

We host our Procession for Life four times each year in January, April, July, and October. This event includes Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, and prayerful witness outside of Charlotte abortion clinics with our diocesan priests.  We place ourselves under the mantel of Our Lady of Guadalupe: Patroness of the Unborn, the Americas, and the New Evangelization.