Preacher Performed Oral Sex on Teenager’s ‘Demonically Possessed’ Genitals During Exorcism Session!

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World News Daily Report has reported that a Catholic priest from Boston SA is under police custody after being charged with sexual assault on a minor during an exorcism session.

Eduardo Flores, 37, allegedly undertook to exorcise a 13-year-old lad by rubbing his “demonically possessed” genitalia with a Bible and by spitting holy water on it.

Eyewitnesses confirmed that the priest inserted the young boy’s erectile organ into his mouth on numerous occasions before a small group of church staff and family members.

The young boy was first brought to the friar to undergo a purification after he told his grandmother that his penis was talking to him and had uncontrollable impulses to masturbate in public.

The young boy’s grandmother identified as Maria Sanchez and aged 62, believes that Father Flores acted in goodwill and claims the priest sucking on her grandson’s genitals helped stopped the seizures and was “nothing sexual”.

‘When Father Flores put his mouth on Augusto’s penis, the seizures stopped. It was nothing sexual,” granny told reporters in the priest’s defence.

Another family member who shared the same sentiment with Maria graphically told reporters that the seizures miraculously stopped when the priest put the boy’s phallus in his mouth.

“We had to hold Augusto because he was screaming and shaking uncontrollably. Then Father Flores pulled down his pants and proceeded to rub the bible on his penis with no effect. He then put his penis into his mouth and the seizures stopped miraculously.” 

It is only days after the exorcism session took place that the Boston police went on to arrest the priest after the young teenager told the story to other classmates and the school administration warned authorities.

The young boy possibly suffers from epilepsy and has symptoms of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia according to the family doctor.

Eduardo Flores was one of the hundreds American Catholic priests who attended an annual Vatican class last April on exorcism and the practice of casting out demons.

This story comes just under a month after the Vatican announced that new exorcism training course would be held to meet increased demand for the deliverance ministry.

A key element of the training is to help priests discern whether the cause of the problem relates to mental health or emotional issues, rather than anything supernatural, and to support the person in undertaking appropriate help.

Exorcism rites should never be carried out without medical assessment by a suitably qualified doctor.


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