Catholic Church’s Top Exorcist States "The Devil Lives In The Vatican" – Yeah And He’s Called THE POPE!

Father Gabriel Amorth  who has conducted over 70,000 exorcisms in the last 50 years and is the Catholic Church’s top exorcist says Satan himself lives in the Vatican. (No shit there Gabe, we can’t get anything past you.)

In the last few months, the Catholic Church have been rocked by a series of sex scandals in Ireland, Holland and, most recently, Germany. Even the Pope’s brother, Father Georg Ratzinger, has admitted he hit choir boys. Italian priest Fr Amorth said: “His Holiness fully believes in casting out evil. “The Devil lives in the Vatican. Naturally it’s difficult to find proof but the true consequences are visible. “We have cardinals who don’t believe in Christ, bishops connected with demons. “Then we have these stories of paedophilia. You can see the rot when we speak of Satan’s smoke in the holy rooms of the Vatican.” Fr Amorth was speaking yesterday during the launch of Memoirs Of An Exorcist, written by Italian journalist Marco Tosatti. Fr Amorth, the basis for the priest in hit horror movie The Exorcist, said he had “six or seven assistants” to help him hold down possessed people while carrying out exorcisms.

Personally I think it would be more effective to burn Vatican City to the ground and sow the ground with salt.

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