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Liberate Man from Demonic Possession

 Make Reparation to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Liberate Man from Demonic Possession and Help to Realize Pope Francis’ Prayer

Pope Francis prayed over a man named Angel on Pentecost Sunday.

Father Juan Rivas, who accompanied Angel to Rome and was with him when he met the Pope, revealed that when the Pope met Angel, he told him, “Holiness, this person needs a blessing, he has had more than 30 exorcisms and the demons that live in him do not want to leave him.”

Fr. Rivas said, “The Pope greeted Angel, and he kissed the pontiff’s ring and in that instant fell into a trance. The Pope then laid his hands on his head and at that moment a terrible sound was heard (from him), like the roar of a lion. All those who were there heard it perfectly well. The Pope for sure heard it, and his bodyguards heard it, as did a child who was at our side. But in spite of this horrific roar the Pope did not let himself be moved; he continued with his prayer, as if he had faced similar situations before.”   

Father Gabriel Amorth, who has carried out over 160,000 exorcisms, said, “I have no doubt, he is possessed. Angel is a good man, he has been chosen by the Lord to give a message to the Mexican clergy and to tell the bishops that they have to do an act of reparation for the law on abortion that was approved in Mexico City in 2007, which was an insult to the Virgin. Until they do not do this, Angel will not be liberated.”

God is allowing innocent Angel to be possessed as a sign for the Mexican bishops until they do an act of reparation for legalized abortion when God will liberate him.  Legalized abortion is an insult to the Blessed Virgin Mary anywhere, but particularly in Mexico where she is honored as Our Lady of Guadalupe, who transformed the Aztec Culture of Death with Its human sacrifice to a Culture of Life.

Let us help to liberate Angel by realizing the prayer of Pope Francis and the requested act of reparation by the Mexican bishops.

Please pray the US Bishops’ Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe for this intention.