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Hi all - this is from forum member Mater Laeta, currently on break from FE...

Spiritual warfare has almost been forgotten in this day and age in the NO Masses and preaching.  But not in the homilies of Fr. Ripperger.

Just this week, while I was on vacation from the forum, I was listening to a homily from SensusTraditionis called Common Pitfalls of Catholic Parents. Part of me was very enlightened and glad for the homily, part of me was discouraged at how many mistakes I had made. Then we got to the end of the homily and Fr. begins talking about 2 exorcists that he knows that were discussing one day how many GOOD Catholic families were losing their kids - they were leaving the faith, etc. In his homily, Fr. brought out the influence of the demonic and urged us to protect ourselves from it.  These 2 exorcists, with a bishop's approval, began an organization called Auxilium Christianorum.

It's whole purpose is 1. to provide prayers for these priests in their apostolate and 2. provide prayers for the members so they are not affected by the demonic.

There are prayers to be said everyday.  AC recommends talking to a spiritual director before beginning these prayers as you will of necessity deepen your spiritual life.

The AC website also talks about using sacramentals like Holy Water, exorcized salt, Epiphany water, holy oil, blessed candles etc.

As I heard the homily and read the AC wesite later, I began thinking about the influence of the demonic in this world.  It is probably greater than I think about on a daily basis.  We are in a spiritual was - after all we are the Church MILITANT.  I think all of us here on FE ought to pray these prayers for our families and loved ones and for the world.  Think of the effect so many spiritual warriors can have.  I think the world needs warriors inteh spiritual realm right now.

The AC website says it best:
Quote:The Church teaches us that it is divided into the Church Triumphant (which includes the members of the Church in heaven), the Church Suffering (this includes the members of the Church in purgatory), and the Church Militant (this refers to those members of the Church who are alive in this world). Because we are part of the Church Militant, we are in a spiritual warfare and this spiritual warfare requires that we recognize, as Saint Paul teaches us "For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places." (Ephesians 6:12)

The members of the Auxilium Christianorum should always bear in mind the reality of our state as members of the Church living in this world. Despite St. Paul's teaching, many Catholics do not take seriously their obligation to wage war against the demonic forces. It is for this reason the Association of the Auxilium Christianorum was founded.

So, even though I am on vacation from the forum, I sent this to Bak and asked him to post it.  Please consider all of you joining AC and really using these prayers to wage the spiritual war that is going on in this world.



Take Care & God Bless,

MaterLaeta
I'm a chicken shit when ir comes to fighting denons
sip
be csrefull who u pick a fight wih lax
sip
just sayin
Tells me you've  run into a few.
What a coincidence. Two weeks ago I was listening to this very sermon, and was floored when I heard about Auxilium Christianorum, because Fr. Ripperger was so adamant about its effectiveness. And I can vouch for that effectiveness even in these last two, short weeks. It is amazing. I'm sure I'm surrounded by thousands of demons, living in barracks and all and being surrounded by manifest heretics, Freemasons, perverts who'd make porn stars blush, etc. and AC has really helped the last two weeks...helped a lot and I'm so thankful I found it, hence why it is linked in my sig. I urge everyone to partake, it's only 5-6 minutes of praying a night, that's it.
Yeah LausTibiChriste I noticed them in your sig file the other day and bookmarked both Sensus Traditionis and Auxilium Christianorum.  I already had AudioSancto bookmarked.  I started to read Auxilium Christianorum but am going to have to get back to it.  I liked the thought of being tempted less and less as you continue with the prayers.  It sounds awesome.
That's amazing that you're already seeing results Laus! Deo gratias!
I heard Father R. mention this group in his spiritual warfare conference on Sensustraditionis website. I got the impression he is actually a part time exorcist and he is very convincing in his talks about spiritual warfare. I 've been hesitant to start praying these prayers because in his talk he mentions that you should ask your spiritual director before taking them up since your spiritual life can intensify for a bit when you start. I don't quite know what that means and since I don't have a spiritual director I have held off for now. What are some of your experiences after starting the prayers? Less temptations? Less weird thoughts? I'm very curious.  Years ago I was heavily into drugs, Wiccan "magick" and manifestly satanist death metal music so I probably need to start saying these prayers.
Gonna come back and read it later.
I'm looking into this more as a friend just forwarded me these prayers... A recently ordained FSSP priest is my spiritual director and I'm going to ask about doing them next week...
I would like to know more of the affects on LausTibi spiritual life after saying these powerful prayers.... Please keep this thread going, Thanks!
(06-21-2011, 09:06 PM)crusaderfortruth3372 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm looking into this more as a friend just forwarded me these prayers... A recently ordained FSSP priest is my spiritual director and I'm going to ask about doing them next week...
I would like to know more of the affects on LausTibi spiritual life after saying these powerful prayers.... Please keep this thread going, Thanks!

A definite increase in humility is how I can best describe it.
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