The Last Exorcist
In over thirty-five years of practice, Father Amorth, the Chief Exorcist of Rome, has liberated over 160,000 souls from the clutches of Satan.
In this riveting memoir, Amorth reveals the intimate details of evil that he has seen in the possessed, such as spitting nails, mysterious voices in unknown languages, and unexplainable knowledge of the future. He describes the twenty-one rules that precede the exorcism ritual and how the truly possessed differ from those with psychological problems. Recounting his life before priesthood, Amorth tells how Satan has shifted history.
Portugal (Paulinas Editora)
Spain (Sociedad de San Pablo)