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Priest Thanks Demons For "Voodoo Help"

Father Davide Rota, 70, thanked God and the demons for his recovery from the coronavirus in his weekly column on EcoDiBergamo.it (May 10).

Rota was taken to the hospital with a coronavirus infection on February 29. He runs the Patronato San Vincenzo, a relief organisation of Bergamo Diocese, Italy.

In his column, he expresses his gratefulness to an "unknown African shaman” who practiced a Voodoo ritual for the sake his health: "You never know."

The ritual was organised and paid for by African residents of the San Vincenzo house in Bergamo.

Picture: © Dominik Schwarz, CC BY-NC-SA, #newsDkkrvqjzlz

Gesù è con noi
The great apostasy. Poor unhappy apostate who sold his soul to the devil for a plate of lentils.
Gesù è con noi
And these are the apostates who are in full communion with Bergoglio
old school
Yes he is now infected with demons
Novella Nurney
" You never know", says Fr. Rota. This a man that is purported to be a valid priest in Bergamo. Where the vast majority of Italy's death were, aside from a high population of people in the target over 75 demographic, coupled with an extremely poor air quality in general for the region, I have to say calling upon demons just can not have been helpful, it is of course the opposite, demonic. Such …More
" You never know", says Fr. Rota. This a man that is purported to be a valid priest in Bergamo. Where the vast majority of Italy's death were, aside from a high population of people in the target over 75 demographic, coupled with an extremely poor air quality in general for the region, I have to say calling upon demons just can not have been helpful, it is of course the opposite, demonic. Such are the leaders of flocks these days, and so very proud of their " interculterism and diversity " they gladly announce thier evils. They gladly TELL YOU, LOOK, I HAVE FORSAKEN GOD.
Jim Dorchak
I think he is still infected. If ya know what I mean?
Ultraviolet
Maybe it was the same African Shaman who was so warmly praised by a Catholic Saint. ;-)

"You are strongly attached to the traditions which your ancestors transmitted to you. It is legitimate to be grateful to the ancestors who transmitted to you the sense of the sacral, faith in a one and good god, the taste for celebrations, and consideration for moral life and harmony in society." -Saint …More
Maybe it was the same African Shaman who was so warmly praised by a Catholic Saint. ;-)

"You are strongly attached to the traditions which your ancestors transmitted to you. It is legitimate to be grateful to the ancestors who transmitted to you the sense of the sacral, faith in a one and good god, the taste for celebrations, and consideration for moral life and harmony in society." -Saint John Paul II "La libertà religiosa è un diritto inalienabile," in L'Osservatore Romano, February 6, 1993, pg.4..
J G Tasan
I’m wondering on how St. Padre Pio feel about that; since he had told ‘that saint’ that he would one day becomes the Pope…
Ultraviolet
I wonder if he ever imagined they'd both end up on scapulars. ;-)