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His most recent books are “Spring Meditations”, “Seeking First the Kingdom: 30 Meditations on How to Love God with All Your Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength”, and “Answers: Catholic Advice for Your Spiritual Questions”. John currently splits his time between Michigan (where he continues his writing apostolate and serves as a confessor and spiritual director at the Queen of the Family Retreat Center) and Rome, where he teaches theology at Regina Apostolorum.

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He gives examples and helps explain a lot of the confusing issues involved. D, received his BA in History from Stanford University in 1990.

Yours in Christ, Father John Bartunek, LC, STh D Art for this post on demon possession, mental illness, depression: Partial restoration of Fr. He comes from an evangelical Christian background and became a member of the Catholic Church in 1991.

Mental illness in these cases is not always caused by direct demonic activity.

Many (probably most) times, it is caused by traumatic physical or psychological experiences, or genetic/physiological imbalances, or a combination of any of these factors.

– the Church teaches this clearly, and it is obvious in the Gospels.

The devil normally works by stirring up temptations in the areas of the seven deadly sins (greed, lust, anger, sloth, pride, envy, gluttony).

He then spent a year as a professional actor in Chicago before entering the religious Congregation of the Legionaries of Christ in 1993.

Usually (but not always), there will be something in the person’s past that could provide a clue – they or their family members (parents, siblings…) used to play around with the occult (pagan, new age, wiccan, and other such practices are making a comeback in many parts of modern secular society).

Or, they react strangely to holy things – like blessed rosaries, other blessed items, holy water, priests, Mass, the other sacraments and sacramentals, etc…

More distinctions could be made, and a lot more could be said, but maybe those ideas will help clarify some concerns for you.

If you like to read, there is an excellent book on the subject called “An Exorcist Tells His Story” by Fr Gabriel Amorth, who was the head exorcist in Rome for decades.