Roman Catholic church offers course on exorcism

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ROME, ITALY - The Catholic Church in Rome is offering a course called "Exorcism and Prayer of Liberation."  The course provides students with a deeper understanding of angels and demons.  There's even a question and answer session with real exorcists.  Exorcist Father Pedro Barrajon says many do not believe in the devil yet play with occult practices.

Would that include erecting replica arches that were a symbol of worship to a demon?  An article written on the website of Christian Today suggests so.  Author Michael Snyder asks if these 'demonic arches' scheduled to go up on April 19 in New York and London, are welcome signs for the antichrist.  They once stood in front of the Temple of Baal in Palmyra, Syria.

Snyder warns Christians to watch out based off tragic events that happened on or around April 19 in previous years; such as the Waco massacre, Oklahoma City bombing and Columbine School shooting.

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