Fr. Vincent doesn’t seem like the EXORCISM guy. He seems like the archdiocesan accountant’s assistant. I think that’s what makes him so convincing.
To see the whole video you’d need Fox Nation which I don’t subscribe to but here’s a story he tells.
Exorcisms aren't just in movies. Levitating, hissing, flying chairs– @FrVinceLampert has seen it all. As an appointed exorcist, he's spent years expelling demons. The full interview streams exclusively on @foxnation–plus: unlock free sign-up offers only at https://t.co/voL1Yti7Mo pic.twitter.com/qN0imugJLM— Tucker Carlson Today (@TuckerToday) May 31, 2022
LifeSiteNews.com did a story on this and reported:
“When he was appointed, Fr. Lampert was one of just 12 exorcists in the U.S., though that number has since grown to around 125 amid skyrocketing inquiries about demonic activity.
“I currently receive about 3,500 emails and phone calls and letters every year from people all over the United States and all over the world,” Fr. Lampert said.”
Does that surprise you? Me neither. In this age where faith has become a punchline and the soul a myth, those suffering from infestation or possession are abandoned.
“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist”—Charles Baudelaire
June 13, 2022 at 10:46 am
If people were only remotely aware of the spirit/demonic world around us they would be horrified. Unfortunately most of them would have no clue as to how to defend themselves and would demand Congress to do something about it.
June 22, 2022 at 4:39 pm
A great new book out on demonic activity is ” Dominion ” by Father Chad Ripperger .
July 28, 2022 at 11:40 pm
Thank God for Priests such as Father Lambert. It is so obvious that mankind has lost the sense of sin.