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Blessed William of Toulouse

(1297 - 1369)


William was an Augustinian in Toulouse, France and a noted exorcist and spiritual director.


St. Francis Brogia

(1510 - 1572)


He possessed a great gift of exorcising evil spirits, who left immediately after his prayers.


St. Anthony of Egypt

(251 - 356)


Anthony was daily tempted by the devil, but the assaults were no match for his holiness.


St. Benedict

(480 - 547)


Benedict would cast out the devil with the sign of the cross.


St. Peter the Exorcist

(c. 304)


Peter was an exorcist in Rome and his name is mentioned in the Canon of the Mass.

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