The Exorcist in the 21st Century

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The Exorcist in the 21st Century
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The Exorcist in the 21st Century is an upcoming documentary film featuring Vatican approved exorcist Rev. José Antonio Fortea, an expert in demonology.[1][2] The film features a Constanza, a Colombian woman who claims to have been possessed by demons since 1997.[3]

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  1. Vinter, Phil (5 April 2012). 'Get away from me you damned priest!': Shocking documentary captures Vatican-approved exorcist working on 'possessed' woman. Daily Mail. Retrieved on 14 April 2012. “José Antonio Fortea is a Spanish priest who specialises in performing exorcisms. Father Fortea is also an expert on demonology - the study of satanic forces - having written a number of studies and novels on the topic.”
  2. Jauregui, Andres (9 April 2012). Vatican-Approved Exorcist Featured In New Documentary. The Huffington Post. Retrieved on 14 April 2012. “"The Exorcist in the 21st Century" follows José Antonio Fortea -- a Roman Catholic priest in Spain who is one of the few exorcists sanctioned by the Vatican -- as he travels the world enlightening the faithful about demonic possession. In the film, Fortea, a prolific writer who has penned several books on demonology, speaks floridly about the elaborate ritual.”
  3. Vinter, Phil (5 April 2012). 'Get away from me you damned priest!': Shocking documentary captures Vatican-approved exorcist working on 'possessed' woman. Daily Mail. Retrieved on 14 April 2012. “The mysterious man is Father Fortea who meets Constanza, a Colombian woman who claims to have been possessed by demons since 1997.”

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