"Slaying Dragons" Endorsement by Bishop Joseph E. Strickland, Tyler, TX

The good Bishop of Tyler, Texas - Most Reverend Joseph E. Strickland, has kindly given his endorsement of Slaying Dragons: What Exorcists See & What We Should Know, available on Amazon (here) and directly from the author (here).

In addition to promoting the book on Twitter, His Excellency says in his endorsement:
"I encourage all clergy in the Church to read "Slaying Dragons" by Charles Fraune
This compilation of what exorcists have learned through their ministry is an important reminder that evil is real and powerful in our modern world. 
Charles offers a balanced approach to the information he has gleaned from countless interviews with active exorcists.
Many times there are natural explanations for strange occurrences but especially for clergy it is important to remember the possibility of evil at work. 
"Slaying Dragons" underscores our belief that Jesus Christ has conquered Satan but acknowledges that through the misuse of our free will we can still open the door to darkness and evil.
This book can be an invaluable tool as we seek to bring the people of God out of darkness and into the Light of Christ."
- Most Reverend Joseph E. Strickland, Bishop of Tyler
Get the book that brings critical insights into this present spiritual war.  Endorsed by Bishop Gracida, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, and Bishop Joseph Strickland, and priests, exorcists, academics, and lay faithful across the globe.
(It's a grassroots apostolate and indie-press)

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The story of my own youth and conversion, told to youth and young adults through the lens of spiritual warfare.  
This book is back in the author's hands again - details coming soon 
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a practical guide to prayer for busy Catholics,
based on the teachings of the great St. Alphonsus Liguori