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Father Jose Francisco Syquia

Wrong Father Jose Francisco Syquia?

Director of the Archdiocese of Ma...


Employment History

  • Head of the Office of Exorcism
    Manila Archdiocese
  • Director of the Office of Exorcism
    Archdiocese of Manila
  • Member, Office of Exorcism
    Archdiocese of Manila
  • Professor of Spiritual Theology
    San Carlos Major Seminary
  • Spiritual Director and Professor of Spirituality and Psychology
    San Carlos Major Seminary

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    International Association of Exorcists


  • Master's degree , Psychology
    UST Graduate School
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Web References
A few answers come from Father ..., 8 Sept 2015 [cached]
A few answers come from Father Jose Francisco C. Syquia, director in the Archdiocese of Manila's Office of Exorcism.
"It is important to remember," says Father Syquia, "that if the entities manifesting are of a diabolical nature, then they must be driven out in the Name of Jesus.
ST PAULS Publishing launched the ..., 13 Jan 2011 [cached]
ST PAULS Publishing launched the latest book by the bestselling author Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia: Exorcist, A Spiritual Journey, last Saturday, January 8, 2011 at the San Carlos Seminary Auditorium at six in the afternoon.
Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia has a Licentiate in Spiritual Theology from the Angelicum University in Rome and a Master's degree in Psychology from the UST Graduate School. He currently Heads the Commission on Extraordinary Phenomena for the Archdiocese of Manila. He also serves as the Director of the Archdiocese of Manila Office of Exorcism and a member of the International Association of Exorcists based in Rome. Aside from these tasks, Fr. Syquia is also full-time formator, spiritual director and professor of spirituality and psychology at the San Carlos Major Seminary in Makati.
Realizing the urgent need for more devoted and trained Catholic priests, religious, and laity who would minister to the thousands and thousands of people who are sick and under the bondage of demonic powers, Fr. Syquia aims to share and impart lessons he gained through his studies and experiences through the many years that he was involved in the ministry of deliverance and exorcism.
Religion News Roundup, April 15, 2011, 15 April 2011 [cached]
Philippine priest in ancient battle with 'demons': A blood-curdling scream echoes through the Roman Catholic chapel in Manila as Father Jose Francisco Syquia says a prayer of exorcism over a Satanic cult member believed to be possessed by the devil. The case is among hundreds documented on video and kept by Syquia, who heads the Manila Archdiocese's Office of Exorcism - the only one that exists in the Catholic nation of 94 million people. "She would have levitated had she not been restrained," Syquia said of the woman in the video, portions of which were shown to AFP during a rare interview at his office in the basement of a seminary in Manila. Syquia believes he is in the frontline of the battle between good and evil on earth. "There is a great dramatic increase of possessions right now," said the 44-year-old priest. "More and more the demons are gaining a foothold into this society." Were Nails from Caiaphas' Tomb Used to Crucify Jesus?: Just in time for Easter, an Israeli television journalist has produced a pair of nails he says may have been used to crucify Jesus Christ.
Philippine Catholic priest Father ... [cached]
Philippine Catholic priest Father Jose Francisco Syquia, head of the Manila Archdiocese's Office of Exorcism, prays at his office in Manila.
Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia, in ..., 31 Oct 2011 [cached]
Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia, in his book "Exorcism: Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult," notes that evil spirits prefer "areas which are smelly and dirty like toilets, garbage areas, and the like."
Syquia, director of the Office of Exorcism of the Archdiocese of Manila, says dark rooms without blessed objects like that occupied by the girl attract sinister forces.
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