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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Catholic bishop will drop holy water from helicopter to exorcise demons from an entire city



A very determined Catholic bishop is planning to do a mass exorcism by dropping Holy Water from a helicopter. The said mass exorcism will be on in Buenaventura, on Colombia's Pacific coast. This area is notorious for drug crime and gang wars. 

Bishop Monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, ordained by Pope Francis last 2017, is planning to do it during the city's annual patron saint festivities and will be stationed in a military helicopter filled with holy water as he hopes to clean the city from "demonic infestation".



"We want to go around the whole of Buenaventura, from the air and pour holy water onto it to see if we exorcise all those demons that are destroying our port." He disclosed his plans in a Colombian radio station. 

Reportedly, the said city is considered as one of the most crime-ridden cities in the country. The bishop explains that there has been 51 recorded murders so far in the said city just for this year.
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"We have to drive the devil out of Buenaventura, to see if we can restore the peace and tranquility that our city has lost due to so many crimes, acts of corruption and with so much evil and drug trafficking that invades our port, said Montoya to local news." He commented. 



He revealed his plan to exorcise the whole city after the dreadful murder of a 10-year-old girl. He is also going to bless those who lost their lives tragically through violence. 

"Where blood flowed, where blood was shed, we are now going to pour holy water as a sign of reparation at the place where those who died were struck down by violence." 

In the past year, it has been reported that the Vatican did an exorcism training course for priests. They claimed that the ‘demands for deliverance from demonic possession had greatly increased across the world’. 

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