A Catholic bishop is reaching for brand spanking new heights to avoid wasting a metropolis wrought with “evil.”
After the brutal homicide of a 10-year-old woman in a port metropolis in Colombia, Monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, the bishop of Buenaventura, introduced he’ll carry out a mass exorcism over the town beset with violence, drug smuggling, and poverty this weekend, The Guardian reported.
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“We have now to drive the satan out of Buenaventura, to see if we are able to restore the peace and tranquility that our metropolis has misplaced because of so many crimes, acts of corruption and with a lot evil and drug trafficking that invades our port,” Montoya instructed the native radio station.
He added: “We need to go round the entire of Buenaventura, from the air, and pour holy water on to it to see if we exorcise and get out all these demons which are destroying our port, in order that God’s blessing comes and removes all of the wickedness that’s in our streets.”
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Colombia’s military reportedly provided the bishop a helicopter for the mass exorcism through the feast day of Buenaventura’s patron saint.
South America’s largest Pacific seaport was named because the nation’s most violent place in 2014 by Human Rights Watch, which stated it’s “dominated by highly effective prison teams that commit widespread abuses, together with abducting and dismembering folks, generally whereas nonetheless alive, then dumping them within the sea.”
The native Catholic church reported eyewitness accounts containing grotesque particulars of “chop-up homes” the place they slaughter victims.
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Whereas there was an enchancment because the report, homicides are up from final yr, prompting a “pastoral emergency” from the Vatican-backed Worldwide Affiliation of Exorcists.
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Earlier this yr, the Vatican opened its annual exorcism summit to non-Catholics because of studies of an increase in demonic possessions and satan worship world wide.