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Articles of Protection From Negative & Demonic Forces
The Holy Bible.
Because we believe that the Bible is the Word of God, the Scriptures are not only a source of comfort and inspiration but also of
protection. When facing demonic forces, the reading of Sacred Scripture is most
helpful in repelling evil and invoking the Divine Presence. Some Bible verses
that are particularly powerful are Psalms 23, 91 and 121. Putting on the Armor
of God with St. Paul’s words in the Letter to the Ephesians, chapter 6 is good
What are Sacramentals. Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia explains about these Catholic tools: “Sacramentals consist of material things or of actions that the Church uses after the manner of Sacraments, so as to achieve though the merits of the faithful certain effects, primarily of a spiritual nature.
Our Sunday Visitor's Encyclopedia of Catholic Doctrine edited by Russell Shaw.
(Huntington, IN.: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing, 1997).
Added in this section are the texts for the blessing of each sacramental which are for Clergy only to use.
Blessed water has been a part of many religions around the world
and throughout the ages. A common use for this water has been to cleanse from
Thus used non-superstitiously, modest amounts of salt may be sprinkled in one’s
bedroom, or across thresholds to prevent burglary, in cars for safety, etc. A
few grains in drinking water or used in cooking or as food seasoning often bring
astonishing spiritual and physical benefits, as I have personally witnessed many
times. As with the use of Sacraments, much depends on the faith and devotion of
the person using salt or any sacramental. This faith must be Jesus-centered, as
was the faith of the blind man in John 9; he had faith in Jesus, not in the mud
and spittle used by Jesus to heal him.”
The Biblical use of oil was to set aside someone or something as holy and
Luke 4:18: The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to
Mark 6:13: They drove out many demons and anointed many sick people with oil and healed them.
We use holy oil to anoint those who are doing the investigations or the house banishing, asking for God’s power and protection. The clergy will anoint the clients for healing, strength and protection if they feel under demonic attack.
We also trace the sign of the cross with it over doorways and lintels to seal
Blessed Candles. Candles are blessed in order to represent Christ, who is the Light of the World. It is the Light of Christ who illumines the darkness of evil and sin.
We use blessed candles to bring God’s blessings into a place and to drive out any dark forces that may be present.
Blessing of Candles
The Crucifix. This is a powerful sacramental in that it represents Christ’s triumph over sin, death and evil. It represents the moment of Satan’s defeat.
Blessing of a Cross or Crucifix
The St. Benedict Medal
On the back side of the medal:
The vertical beam of the Cross has five letters: C.S.S.M.L., meaning Crux Sacra
The horizontal beam of the Cross also has five letters: N.D.S.M.D., meaning Non Draco Sit Mihi Dux (Let not the dragon be my guide).
The four large letters at the angles of the Cross: C S P B stand for Crux Sancti Patris Benedicti (The Cross of the Holy Father Benedict).
Encircling the Cross in a circle around the right margin are these letters: V.R.S.N.S.M.V., meaning Vade retro Satana; nunquam suade mihi vana (Begone Satan! Suggest not to me thy vain things).
Around the left margin of the circle are these letters: S.M.Q.L.I.V.B., meaning Sunt mala quae libas; ipse venena bibas (The drink you offer is evil; drink that poison yourself).
No special way of carrying or applying the Medal is prescribed. It may be worn around the neck, attached to something or simply carried in one's pocket. It can be placed over doorways in rooms or foundations of buildings or attached to vehicles.
Blessing of St. Benedict Medals
Let us pray. Almighty God, the boundless source of all good things, we humbly
ask that, through the intercession of Saint Benedict, you pour out your
blessings † upon these medals. May those who use them devoutly and earnestly
strive to perform good works be blessed by you with health of soul and body, the
grace of a holy life, and remission of the temporal punishment due to sin.
May they also with the help of your merciful love, resist the temptation of the
evil one and strive to exercise true charity and justice toward all, so that one
day they may appear sinless and holy in your sight. This we ask though Christ
(The medals are then sprinkled with holy water.)
“The Medal of the Immaculate Conception, popularly known as the Miraculous Medal, is unique among all medals. It was designed by the Blessed Virgin Mary herself! No wonder, then, that it wins such extraordinary graces for those who wear it and pray for Mary's intercession and help. Our Lady manifested the Medal to Sister (now Saint) Catherine Laboure on November 27, 1830 in the motherhouse of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac, in Paris. Catherine saw Our Lady standing on a globe, with dazzling rays of light streaming from her outstretched hands. Framing the figure was an inscription: O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. Then Mary spoke to Catherine: "Have a medal struck upon this model. Those who wear it will receive great graces, especially if they wear it around the neck."
The vision then seemed to turn to show the reverse of the Medal: the letter M surmounted by a cross with a bar at its base; below this monogram, the Sacred Heart of Jesus crowned with thorns, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary pierced with a sword.
With approval of the Catholic Church, the first medals were made in 1832 and were distributed in Paris. Almost immediately the blessings that Mary had promised began to shower down on those who wore her medal, and soon all of France was clamoring for what the people referred to as the "Miraculous Medal." Use of the Medal spread from country to country and now blankets the world. Everywhere the Medal is still drawing down from God golden blessings for body and soul.”
Blessing of the Miraculous Medal
Almighty and merciful God, Who by the many appearances on earth of the Immaculate Virgin Mary were pleased to work miracles again and again for the salvation of souls; kindly pour out Your blessing † on this medal, so that all who devoutly wear it and reverence it may experience the patronage of Mary Immaculate and obtain mercy from You; through Christ our Lord.
Blessing of a Medal of St. Michael
Father in heaven, we praise you for sending your Spirit into our hearts to teach us to pray. Bless † this medal of St. Michael the Archangel and teach us to use it as an aid to sincere and devoted prayer. May we continue to grow in prayer, and be pleasing to you in our lives. All praise and glory are yours, Father, through Christ our Savior, in the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.
Blessing of Incense (Frankincense & Myrrh)
Our help is in the name of the Lord.
God's creatures, frankincense, and myrrh, I cast out the demon
from you by the Father † almighty, by Jesus † Christ, His only-
begotten Son, and by the Holy † Spirit, the Advocate, so that you
may be freed from all deceit, evil, and cunning of the devil, and
become a saving remedy to mankind against the snares of the
enemy. May those who use you, with confidence in the divine
power, in their lodgings, homes, or on their persons, be
delivered from all perils to body and soul, and enjoy all good
things. We ask this through the power and merits of our Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ
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