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14 Quotes from Pope Francis on the devil

POPE FRANCIS

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Philip Kosloski - published on 10/27/18

The Holy Father has repeatedly brought up Satan in his homilies and encourages the faithful to fight back against him.

One of the most commonly recurring spiritual themes that Pope Francis brings up during his homilies and apostolic letters is the reality of spiritual warfare and the need to be vigilant against the deceits of the devil.

He firmly believes that Satan is not a figment of our imagination but a real creature who can do serious damage to our souls and to the Church. Most recently he has even asked the Church to pray the St. Michael Prayer to conquer the influence of Satan, who always seeks to divide the Christian faithful.


PAPIEŻ FRANCISZEK, RÓŻANIEC

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