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X Course on Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation - Rome, Italy - April 13-18, 2015
Annual Course on Exorcism, April 13-18, 2015.

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X Course on Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This annual Course on Exorcism seeks to explore the theoretical and practical implications of the ministry of exorcism. It is designed particularly to help bishops in the preparation of the priests they assign to this ministry.

DATE
April 13-18, 2015

SCHEDULE
The course starts on the morning of April 13 and ends at noon on April 18.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Registrations must be received by the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum before March 28, 2015.

COST: TBD

PROGRAM
•Anthropological, phenomenological, and social aspects
•Theological, liturgical, canonical, pastoral, and spiritual aspects
Medical, neuroscientific, pharmacological, and physical aspects
•Symbolic, criminological, legal, and juridical aspects


SPEAKERS (subject to change)

His Excellency Luigi Negri, Archbishop of Ferrara-Comacchio, Italy
Rev. Pedro Barrajón, LC, Rector, Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, Rome, Italy
Giuseppe Ferrari, National Secretary, Socio-religious Information and Research Group (GRIS); Editor-in-chief of Religioni e Sette nel mondo (Religions and Sects in the world)
Rev. Giuseppe Mihelcic, exorcist, Archdiocese of Trent; ordinary professor of Theology and History of Religions, Academic Theological Studium, Trent, Italy
Carlo Climati, professional journalist and writer, head of the press office, Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, Rome, Italy
Rev. César Truqui, LC, exorcist, Diocese of Coira, Switzerland
Rev. Paolo Morocutti, professor of Dogmatic Theology, Sacred Heart Catholic University, Milan, Italy; consulter, Congregation for the Causes of Saints
Most Rev. Msgr. Davide Salvatori, Prelate Auditor Judge, Roman Rota; professor of Canon Law, Theology Faculty of Emilia-Romagna (FTER)
Matteo Marti, pharmacologist; Department of Life Sciences and Biotechnology (SVeB), University of Ferrara, Italy
Dr. Valter Casioli, specialist in clinical psychology; psychotherapist and technical consultant, Roman Rota
Anna Maria Giannini, PhD, ordinary professor, Faculty of Psychology, La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
Matteo Borrini, professor of Anthropology, Postgraduate School in Archaeology, University of Florence, Italy
Rev. Aldo Buonaiuto, consultant to State Police (anti-crime headquarters); Director of the anti-sect ministry Pope John XXIII Community Association
Enrico de Simone, criminologist; Vicar of the Superintendent of Ancona, Italy
Atty. Daniela de Zordo, penal lawyer; co-worker of the Pope John XXIII Community Association
Michele Nardi, Substitute Procurator of the Republic in Rome
Giacomo Ebner, Magistrate, Roman Rota
Rev. François Dermine, OP, professor of Moral Theology, FTER; National President, GRIS
Porzia Quagliarella, theologian and psychologist; member of National Council, GRIS
Rev. Francesco Bamonte, ICMS, exorcist, Vicariate of Rome, Italy
Rev. Alessandro Olivieri Pennesi, head of the new cults section, Vicariate of Rome, Italy; member of National Council, GRIS
Msgr. Attilio Cavalli, exorcist, Archdiocese of Milan
Msgr. Gino Oliosi, exorcist, Diocese of Verona

LOCATION
Pontifical Athenaeum
Regina Apostolorum
First Floor - "Aula Tesi"
Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 190
000163, Rome
Tel: (+39) 06.66.54.31
www.upra.org

FOR INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
Fr. Alex Yeung, LC
Istituto Sacerdos
Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum
Tel: (+39) 06.655.43.800
Cell: (+39) 329.03.44.039
Email: crs@arcol.org

IN THE U.S.
Sacerdos Institute for Priestly Life and Ministry
(914) 749-3939, 1-877-SACERDOS
Email: ny@legionaries.org

RECOMMENDED LODGING
(not included in the admission fee, 5 minute walk from Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum)

Suore Minime
Via della Stazione Aurelia, 169
Email: suoreminimetabor@tiscali.it
Contact: Suor Arcadia
Tel: (+39) 06.66.41.81.49
Cost: approximately 57€ per day (breakfast and dinner included)

DIRECTIONS TO REGINA APOSTOLORUM PONTIFICAL ATHENAEUM
Regina Apostolorum sits on a hill toward the western countryside of Rome. The university is easily accessible by train or bus. Trains to Civitavecchia arrive and depart every hour from the central train station in Rome called Termini, and the ride is thirty minutes to the Stazione Roma Aurelia stop where Regina Apostolorum is situated. Along this route is the Stazione San Pietro stop, near the Vatican, and the ride from here to Regina Apostolorum is about 7 minutes.  There are also several bus routes available to reach the university campus.

FROM STAZIONE ROMA AURELIA TRAIN STATION
Take the “Via della Stazione Aurelia” exit. To your right side, take the street (Via degli Andosilla) that goes up the hill, and then forks left (Via dei del Balzo). Walk till the end. Number 12 (to the right) is the walkway entrance to Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum. At the end of this entrance path, Regina Apostolorum is the big building down to your left.

áCONTACT

Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum
Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 190
Roma, Italia 00163
Tel. (+39) 06.665.431
Tel. (+39) 06.665.43.800

 

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