Catholic groups back exorcist priest

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email
Spread the love

MANILA — More Catholic groups have expressed their support for exorcist priest Fr. Winston Cabading following his arrest on charges of offending religious feelings.

The Lay Catholic Initiative said 12 Catholic groups condemned the arrest of Cabading on May 13.

“We are an alliance of Catholic Lay groups supporting Cabading,” Leticia Corpus Syquia said.

These groups are the Catholic Faith Defenders-National, Parents of Priests Association, Confraternity of Mediatrix of All Grace Alabang, Exorcism Cross Group, Works of Saints Apostolate Movement, Tuesday Marian Cenacle Group (Forbes), Young Thomasian Professionals Lay Dominican Fraternity, Carmel of Mary Star of the Sea, Warriors Rosary International, Christian Family Movement 12 and Divine Mercy Prayer Group.

Former Commission on Elections chief Harriet Demetriou filed a complaint against Cabading for offending religious feelings when he claimed that there is a 1951 Lipa Diocesan Verdict that “negated the authenticity of the 1948 apparition of Our Lady, Mary, Mediatrix of All Grace.”

Demetriou is said to be a devotee of the Our Lady of Mary Mediatrix of All Grace. 

Marcos off to Saudi in October

Spread the love

Spread the loveMANILA — President Marcos is expected to make another foreign trip soon, this time to Saudi Arabia. Trade Secretary Alfredo Pascual

Marcos vows to end rice smuggling, hoarding

Spread the love

Spread the loveMANILA – President Marcos said he is determined to end smuggling and hoarding of rice in the country, asking government officials and Filipinos

Glitch hits Viber; hacker warning out

Spread the love

Spread the loveMANILA — The Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center (CICC) issued a public alert after glitches were discovered in messaging platform Viber, resulting