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The Medal and Cross of St. Benedict

St. Benedict

The Power and Effects of the Medal & Cross of St. Benedict

The Medal and Cross of St. Benedict are powerful to ward off all dangers of body and soul coming from the evil spirit. We are exposed to the wicked assaults of the devil day and night. St. Peter says, “Your adversary the devil, as roaring lion, go about seeking whom he may devour.” (1 Peter 5:8). In the life of St. Benedict we see how the devil tried to do harm to his soul and body, and also to his spiritual children. Father Paul of Moll, saintly Flemish Benedictine wonder-worker (1824-1896), frustrated the evil doings of the spirit of darkness chiefly through the use of the Medal of St. Benedict, which has proved a most powerful protection against the snares and delusions of the old enemy. Missionaries in pagan lands use this Medal with so great effect that it has been given the remarkable name, “The devil-chasing Medal.”

 

 

August 20, 2014 – The reality of demons–Br. Lupe Gonzalez, O.P.

Brother Lupe answers the questions, “Do demons exist? Why should we believe in them? Is the devil pure evil? What are some real life experiences people have had with demons?” Listen to a witty brother expose the dark side in order to defeat it.

April 26, 2012 – Fr Louis Cameli

Ken talks with guest Fr Louis Cameli author of The Devil You Don’t Know – Recognizing and Resisting Evil in Everyday Life (Published by Ave Maria Press) Fr Cameli paints a challenging , unsettling portrait of the devil as a formidable adversary who works great harm, often in quite, less-visible ways.  Fr Cameli is a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago.  His book is available at https://www.avemariapress.com/product/1-59471-272-7/The-Devil-You-Dont-Know/