HQ for the International Ministry of Exorcism - Office of Archbishop Ron Feyl

Worldwide Recruitment Program for Exorcists and "Ministries of Exorcism", under the authorization of each member bishop within their jurisdiction in his state/country. Membership Bishops are Exorcist. Many become mentors to their diocese priests.
By: Archbishop Ron Feyl - Order of Exorcists
ONTARIO, Calif. - Aug. 19, 2013 - PRLog -- Archbishop Ron Feyl. The Chief Exorcist, who is a veteran, trained by three mentors, who consecrated him a Catholic bishop to an autonomous archdiocese and in 1981 was appointed exorcist.

The Order of Exorcists, under the Catholic jurisdiction of The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel, is a pre-Vatican ll, "Old" Roman Catholic tradition that can trace it's lines to the Church of Utrecht, which granted semi-autonomy from Rome to elect bishops and control its internal affairs.

Archbishop Ron Feyl with over 30 years of experience in classes including field training as first and second priest to assist in the rite of exorcism, became known as reliable and experienced in the Ministry of Exorcism, and was elevated in 1982 as Chief Exorcist in The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel-Order of Exorcists, with Consecrator Archbishop Gregory David Michael Voris.

The HQ for the International Organization of Exorcists is based in California. Since the organization is international, with members in 20 countries, the organization communicates via electronic mail and face to face group conference "Skype" calls. Training and studies are done within the Order by online forums, which are for members only, group email conference messages and monthly Skype meetings.

Members of the Order are divided into two categories:

Clergy (priest/bishops), they work within there own diocese/jurisdiction as the Exorcist.

Laity (research investigators, scientists, skeptics), they are known as Exorcist Investigators. The investigators make first contact with people who call the Order for demonic investigation. If an exorcism is needed, the investigator would contact the Order and a priest would be assigned through the bishop of that diocese/jurisdiction.

When cases requesting demonic investigation or exorcism, the Chief Exorcist Archbishop Ron Feyl, will start the process by finding a member of the Order in that city to do the "first contact" interview. He is met with fellow members who form an "Investigation & Assessment Team. Together the team will collect all evidence, including documentation such as photos, videos, medical and psychiatry reports.

The Order of Exorcists has a medical doctor who is one of our Exorcist Priests. He will review medical reports and submit his findings and recommendation to the Chief Exorcist, Archbishop Ron Feyl, who then decides which bishop member to contact for a possible exorcism.

The Organization "Order of Exorcists" is recruiting both clergy and laity in every city and country.

Bishops are welcome from any jurisdiction to join the Order as a member bishop who is representing their jurisdiction.

Because of the increasing requests for exorcism and demonic investigation, and not enough exorcists/exorcist investigators, the Order of Exorcists are recruiting seminarians, priests, bishops, and Christian paranormal investigators in every city for membership.

If you would like more information about the organization and what they do, or are interested in joining, visit www.orderofexorcists.com
Source:Archbishop Ron Feyl - Order of Exorcists
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