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Demonology, Exorcism, and Holiness offers a concise exploration of the Catholic Church’s teachings about demons, faithful to the Magisterium. It includes a background on demons, information on how to diagnose demonic activity with appropriate remedies, and concludes with the importance of the universal call to holiness and spiritual warfare. This book is an invaluable resource to understand demonic activity, how to avoid it, and grow spiritually.
Have you ever wondered:
- What are demons?
- Where do they come from?
- What do they want?
- What are the levels of demonic activity?
- How does the Catholic Church diagnose and treat demonic activity?
- What is true possession?
- What happens in a real exorcism?
- What opens people to demonic activity and possession?
- How can I be protected from demonic activity?
“Demonology, Exorcism, and Holiness provides key fundamentals to understanding and sharing this important and neglected topic. I recommend this book as a simple, reliable primer.” – Fr. Gary Thomas, Exorcist – Diocese of San Jose, CA
“Anthony Digmann gives the reader a well-balanced introduction to the work within the exorcism ministry. He has drawn from expert source material to systematically bring light to the nature of the demonic and the power of our faith that protects us. Rather than get swept up in the drama that can overwhelm the subject and serves to bolster the abilities of the demonic, Anthony remains focused on the ultimate power of Jesus Christ.” – Mary Chasteen, MTS, ABD, Auxiliary to the Exorcist of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and International Association of Exorcists, Auxiliary Member
Author Bio: Anthony Digmann serves the Catholic Church as a speaker, author, and educator. He has appeared internationally on Catholic television and radio, such as EWTN and Radio Maria. Anthony has a MA in Theology and has served professionally in Catholic schools, parish ministries, and on councils of the Archdiocese of Dubuque since 2006.