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Exorcist Diary #283: Can demons be converted?




["The Storm on the Sea of Galilee," Rembrandt van Rijn, 1633]

Recently I have been sent "private revelations" from different people who claim that Jesus told them that demons can be converted. Some are actually engaged in interacting with and praying for demons, thus believing they are facilitating the demons' conversion and entry into heaven. As one person told me: "If God is all-powerful and all-merciful, why wouldn't He offer the grace of conversion to the demons and even to Satan?"

The Church's teaching and long tradition is very clear: "It is the irrevocable character of their choice, and not a defect in the infinite divine mercy, that makes the angels' sin unforgivable. 'There is no repentance for the angels after their fall, just as there is no repentance for men after death.'" CCC272. From the beginning, angels were given an infused knowledge of all the ramifications of rejecting God, yet some chose to do so. It does not make rational sense, but the choice for evil is always against reason.

I often quote an exchange I had with the demons in an exorcism, causing them to face the Truth and thus facilitate their expulsion:

I said, "In Jesus' name, I command you to tell me the truth. Did you make a bad decision in rejecting God?" With a nasty snarl, the demons responded, "Yes."

I then said, "In Jesus' name, tell me the truth. Are you suffering now because of it?" Again, a nasty snarl, "Yes."

I said finally, "In Jesus' name, tell the truth. Would you change your decision if you could?" With an evil emphatic growl the demons said, "No!"

Private revelations of supposed seers must always be subject to the tradition and teaching authority of the church that Jesus founded and to which he gave his authority. History is replete with misguided visionaries and false projects. Those who are following these misguided individuals put themselves in spiritual danger.

This recent spate of "private revelations" about converting demons is coming from several different sources and suggests to me that the Evil One is using this as yet another demonic tactic. It is sowing seeds of confusion and doubt, if not downright deception and promoting dangerous spiritual practices.

The Evil One wants us to engage him and his demons. They are master manipulators. Pope Francis has rightly warned the faithful time and again not to communicate directly with demons. It is even forbidden for exorcists except in limited circumstances directly related to casting out the demons.

Moreover those who believe they are listening to Jesus but, in fact, are likely listening to their own spiritual fancies or, worse yet, to the whispers of Satan may be in grave spiritual danger.

Stay in the barque of Peter. Stay in the safe and secure teachings of the Bible and the authoritative teachings of the Catholic Church. Most assuredly, this boat will weather all demonic storms and bring you safely home.

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