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Course on Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation - Rome, Italy - 2016 TBA
Annual Course on Exorcism, 2016 TBA.


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Course on Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation

The annual exorcism course is meant as a help to deepen in the reality of the ministry of exorcism in its theoretical and practical implications, as well as a help to bishops in the preparation of priests assigned to this ministry.

Regina Apostolorum sits on a hill toward the western countryside of Rome. The university is easily accessible by train or bus. Trains arrive and depart every hour from the main train station in Rome called Termini and the ride is thirty minutes to the Aurelia train stop where the university is situated.  Along this route is the stop St. Peters near the Vatican and the ride from here to the university is only about 5 minutes.  There are also several bus routes available to reach the university campus.

2016 TBA

The course starts on the morning of #### and ends at noon on ####.

Registrations must be received by the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum before ####.

COST: €250 (subject to change)
[Note: If English translation is needed, an extra 250 per person is requested. Total would be 500 for admission fee and translation.]



•Anthropological dimensions
•Social dimensions of Satanism
•Phenomenological dimensions: Satanism in the world of youth
•Biblical and theological dimensions
•Historical and theological dimensions
•Liturgical dimensions
•Pastoral and spiritual dimensions
•Canonical dimensions
•Legal dimensions
•Criminological dimensions
•Psychological dimensions
•The ministry of an exorcist

(subject to change)

Velasio Cardinal de Paolis, CS, president of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See
Angelo Cardinal Comastri, president of Saint Peters Fabbrica
Archbishop Luigi Moretti, substitute vicar general of the Diocese of Rome 
Bishop Luigi Negri, bishop of San Marino-Montefeltro 
Fr. Gabriele Amorth, SSP, exorcist of the Diocese of Rome 
Fr. Pedro Barrajón, LC, rector of the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum 
Fr. Francesco Bamonte, ICMS, exorcist of the Diocese of Rome 
Fr. Aldo Buonaiuto, parish priest in Rome and head of ministry to those involved in sects and the occult 
Tonino Cantelmi, founding president of the association of Italian Catholic psychologists and psychiatrists 
Carlo Climati, professional journalist and writer, head of the press office of the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum 
Fr. François Dermine, OP, professor of moral theology of the faculty of theology of Emilia Romagna and president of GRIS 
Giuseppe Ferrari, general secretary of GRIS 
Anna Maria Giannini, associate professor of the faculty of psychology of Sapienza University, Rome 
Luigi Maffia, lawyer and public minister, Velletri
Adolfo Morganti, psychologist and professor of the University of San Marino 
Fr. Gabriele Nanni, former exorcist of the dioceses of Teramo and Aquila, now consultant to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints 
Tiziana Terribile, director of the Analysis Department of the Central Service of the State Police
Daniela de Zordo, penal lawyer and co-worker of the Pope John XXIII Community Association

Our course is based in the Pontifical Athaneum Regina Apostolorum, "Auditorium John Paull II""

Via degli Aldobrandeschi, 190 
000163, Rome
Tel: (+39)


•By train: from Termini train statios, each hour (at 38° minute) departs a train from Roma Termini to Civitavecchia. It makes several train stops: Tuscolana, Ostiense, Trastevere, San Pietro and Roma Aurelia. Get off  at Roma Aurelia station and take the exit to Via della Stazione Aurelia. At your right side, take the street that goes upwards and then Via dei del Balzo, till the number 12.

•Bus ATAC: Atac 892 from Via Baldo degli Ubaldi (bus stop at suway A Baldo degli Ubaldi) direction Via degli Aldobrandeschi. Atac 247 from Via Cipro (Capolinea Subway Line A stop Cipro) direction Stazione Aurelia (Capolinea). http://www.atac.roma.it/.

•By car: from the high way Grande Raccordo Anulare (G.R.A): Exit 1 Aurelia, direction Città del Vaticano/Roma Centro. Look for the street Via di Villa Troili, carry on and take the right hand til Via degli Aldobrandeschi. The entrance to the Athenaeum, number 190.


LODGING (not included in the admission fee)

Casa per ferie  Monte Tabor
Via della Stazione Aurelia, 169
0165 Roma, Italia
E-mail: suoreminimetabor@tiscali.it 
Tel: (+39)

Pontificio Collegio Internazionale Maria Mater Ecclesiae
Via Pietro de Francisci, s.n.c. (Via Aurelia 737)
00165 Roma, Italia
Tel. (+39) 06.665261