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Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia

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Head of the Office

Archdiocese of Manila
 
Background

Employment History

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

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    International Association of Exorcists

Education

  • Master's degree , Psychology
    UST Graduate School
  • degree , psychology
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Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia, Head of the Archdiocese of Manila Office of Exorcism (Philippines)
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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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From the cover of the book 'Exorcism: Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult', by Fr. Jose Francisco C. Syquia.
Walking toward the squat bungalow on a narrow street in Mandaluyong City (in the Philippines), the priest wondered why his friend had requested "a lot of holy water" for the blessing.
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In his book Exorcism: Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult, Fr. Jose Francisco C. Syquia mentioned the "preternatural demonic causes" of a "haunted" house.
"Occult and sinful activities" may lead "evil spirits" to find "a spiritual opening," said Syquia, the director of the Office of Exorcism of the Archdiocese of Manila.
Listed among the "magic sessions" that, according to Syquia, lead to the demonic possession of a place are "Ouija board, tarot cards, spell casting and the like".
"Unless these activities are stopped, repeated sin and dealings with the occult can allow these spirits to have even more dominion within the home, as well as attract more evil spirits," he warned.
Syquia said simple house blessings "do not suffice to drive... away" spirits who had attached themselves to houses used for occult activities.
He said a haunting could also have a spiritual cause: "Someone died, was killed, or committed suicide in the house and now needs prayers, sacrifices and Masses."
In this case, family and friends can help by frequently offering prayers and Masses for the deceased, he said.
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Syquia warned against calling on "agents of superstition" to exorcise a home.
Quoting the Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, he said: "If the occupants of the home should happen to make use of superstitious means condemned by the Church to rid themselves of the curse, they enter, though without knowing it perhaps, into communication with the powers of darkness, which then acquire fresh strength."
Syquia prescribed "blessed objects, like crucifixes on the door of every room, and the image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary at the front part of the house."
"This manifests that the house belongs to God," he said, adding that the family's daily praying of the rosary would also keep an atmosphere of peace.
Their guest speaker was Fr. Jose ...
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Their guest speaker was Fr. Jose Syquia, Director of the Archdiocese of Manila, Office of Exorcism.
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You may contact Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia, in the address below.
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Fr.Jose Syquia's book: Exorcism: Encounters with the paranormal is available in all National Bookstore outlets and in all leading bookstores nationwide.
This entry was posted on Saturday, November 3rd, 2007 at 1:34 pm and is filed under Miscellaneous.
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With regards to the question on exorcism, there is a very good book written by a Filipino priest by the name of Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia. The title is Exorcism: Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult. He is the present Director of the Office of Exorcism of the Archdiocese of Manila. In his book he described in detail the works of the enemy, the grace of GOD for the believers and some examples of deliverance and exorcism. I have read the book many times and the lessons and sharings are very timely. He also discussed the present day "new Age movement"
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With regards to the question on exorcism, there is a very good book written by a Filipino priest by the name of Fr. Jose Francisco Syquia. The title is Exorcism: Encounters with the Paranormal and the Occult. He is the present Director of the Office of Exorcism of the Archdiocese of Manila. In his book he described in detail the works of the enemy, the grace of GOD for the believers and some examples of deliverance and exorcism. I have read the book many times and the lessons and sharings are very timely. He also discussed the present day "new Age movement"
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