The truth about Archbishop Ron Feyl part 2

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This is a blog where bishop Feyl was supported at one time, then years later, he turns to be a clown. It angers folks to be deceived, to be fooled and all the time this man profits from his said exorcism work?http://eyeontheparanormal.blogspot.com/2014/09/archbishop-ron-feyl-deals-with-more.html

Here Feyl says he is a non profit $501 k agency, however his company is made for profit. He stated he makes a round 10 to 12 thousand per year on his exorcist recruitment. sounds like profit to me folks. also he has just recently branched off inside the Philipines as well.

Anonymous said…

Do your own research on Catholicism and see what and how he is able to operate. Or even better try to locate any information on a church, business or location for Mr. Feyl. Also, just search images on google every one of the photos that will appear are either staged or selfies that anyone can take at any church. Has a great business going drawing on the fears of individuals through the Christian religion.

March 31, 2015 at 11:33 AM

Well you can be an exorcist for a price on this Ron guys site. It seems this is a catholic view point as other ministers and faith doctrines do practice exorcisms. I mean you have exorcists all the way back to the Sumerian days. We have Jewish, Islamic Exorcists and even the protestant church practice Exorcisms. The catholic church does a ritual rite which the Catholics own by their doctrine but the truth is that the term or title EXORCIST has been taken out of context and due to Hollywood and the Catholic church they are now judging everyone that don’t follow their doctrine and faith. Jesus is the reason folks not a priest no a minister but Jesus Christ who said in Mark 16 he didn’t say only a priest he says those who believeth and are baptized. Also the deliverance is very similar to exorcism except it binds demons ….. This is my comment…we all.must quit judging and work with the Lord Jesus. If your religion wants to fight they are on the wrong side.

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Arch Bishop Ron Feyl,he is not with the catholic church and not recognized as and exorcist with the Catholic Church.

Arch Bishop Ron Feyl,he is not with the catholic church and not recognized as and exorcist with the Catholic Church.

September 24, 2014 at 5:36 PM

This was publsihed on September the 24th 2014. i did not listen then and even fell for the exact same things many others did as well, it is called loyalties and being conned period.

Russ Irby said…

As a deliverance minister who spent 10 years as a senior pastor with the Assembly of God, I can tell you that I would be very skeptical of anyone bringing someone into this field as long as they could find $65.00. We are all aware that anyone can get minister credential so the Bishop, reverend, etc, means nothing more than a title. When you call yourself Catholic but make it your own brand, then it is shifty. An Exorcist is not someone who casts our demons, but someone who uses the ritual of exorcism that was created by the Catholic Church, not Ron Feyl’s catholic church but the real one. As I do not know the man personally, I will not say fake or real, but the infomercial type credentialing in a dangerous field does not help. I took your challenge and did some small investigating and this is what I found. Once again, this is not attacking, just publishing information from Mr. Feyl’s own sites.
For one, it seemed he received a PHD in Psychology in six years (possible but not likely) from St. Michaels Catholic Seminary in South Bay. I could not find the school no matter how hard I searched.

Claims:Consecrated as Catholic Bishop-June 1979.
Presiding Archbishop of The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel and the Order of Saint Hilda-1980 to present.
Chief Exorcist for many Catholic jurisdictions-1980 to present. How can he be a Chief Exorcist for 33 years but only performed his first exorcism last August? Plus on his Linked In page he claims he performed three major separate exorcism in three days and four in one month. His only work as a “psychologist” was in a Sleep Disorder Institute and for his own group therapy group, both of which were short lived.
Yet in both had the title of Chief Psychologist.
All four Bishops involved with the program are from Anglo-Catholic churches or from his own or their own organization. This one really stinks.
Consecrated Catholic Bishop, 26th of June 1979 by Abp.+Gregory Voris, Bp.+David R. Vashon, and Bp.+Richard Michael Bridges. Claims to have been in Order of Exorcists for 33 years but only performed his first exorcism about a year ago.
Has a How to be an Exorcist link that,when you click on the link, it takes you to his page that wants you to join his group for 65.00.
There is one MD on his staff who received his MD in the Ukraine and had never practiced medicine. He works basically in marketing for pharmaceutical companies.

I am not personally attacking I pulled the information from his own linked in pages and facebook.

On the subject of Ken Deel. I am one of those Pentecostal Holy Rollers and Ken Deel as well as other Catholic persons have always been supportive and helpful in my ministry.

September 24, 2014 at 7:29 PM

Anonymous said…

Why is it that so many people in the paranormal community want to fight and argue all the time rather than concentrating on the subject that binds them – the paranormal? Why are there so many liars and thieves in the community? Why do so many people in this community want to control and condemn others? There is so much hostility and deception that I really don’t think the term paranormal community applies. I see no community.

September 24, 2014 at 8:34 PM

Farah Rose Deel said…

Farah here folks, The battle has been won, That much is true – This guy isn’t worth anyone’s time. This is a distraction from Satan himself. The devil is either roaring on your doorstep or he’s playing footsie with you in your own house. A REAL Roman Catholic Exorcist told me the reason why we have so many problems is that people are more apt to play with satan, now that a 100 years ago. So people wanna call me and my Ken “Catholic Police” or the “religion Police” because we actually Sought his help as an “ARCHBISHOP” (which is isn’t. He did not return our phone calls, he did answer or repeated emails, we could not verify his “apostolic succession or appointment” by any bishop or church. ANYone that know myself and my husband knows that we ARE ecumenical, respecting the rights, the needs and the faith values of anyone that turns to us for assistance. We embrace and work with others in deliverance and liberation holding hands and working with everyone to get complete healing. Please stop bashing this poor man, He is NOT Catholic, He is to be pitied and prayed for. In his masquerade and charade of misleading people he will have no quarter when it comes to the people he’s misled and endangered. Yes, we must pray for his poor misguided and deceitful heart. And each of us as a Christian Brother or Sister, must forgive him and instruct him should he come to any of us for help. For he knows this little ‘club’ is wrong and will only cause pain and hardship for the brethren, so let’s offer him to the foot of the cross, besides Jesus has tougher callouses than any of us –
– – – Oh Lord Jesus only son of God have mercy on ME a sinner, and forgive your child “Exorcist” Ron Feyl his wife Reverend Mother Susan Feyl for endangering those most precious to you, help those lost sheep find the way to people of genuine faith and prayerful love that will give them the path to your door way, in Jesus name I pray, amen

September 25, 2014 at 10:23 AM

Anonymous said…

Whaaaat? Archbishop Ron Feyl Is married to Reverend Mother Susan?? That’s a new one to me. That is very fisheee you gotta admit!

September 25, 2014 at 12:26 PM

Reverend mother Susan is Ron Feyl’s wife and is also listed as the chief in command for the “Sacred Order Of S’T Hilda. I am a little outdated, but do Catholic priest get married to nuns who are catholic?

http://www.catholic.com/quickquestions/why-cant-a-priest-ever-marry

Why can’t a priest ever marry?

Answer

In the Eastern rites of the Church it is common for married men to be ordained  ordained to the priesthood. Further, in the Latin rite there are a few married men, converted ministers from other faiths, who are ordained to the Catholic priesthood. This, however, is not common. Finally, in neither the Latin rite nor the Eastern rites do priests (or deacons) marry after they have been ordained, except in extraordinary circumstances                                                            

The reasons Latin rite priests can’t marry is both theological and canonical.

Theologically, it may be pointed out that priests serve in the place of Christ and therefore, their ministry specially configures them to Christ. As is clear from Scripture, Christ was not married (except in a mystical sense, to the Church). By remaining celibate and devoting themselves to the service of the Church, priests more closely model, configure themselves to, and consecrate themselves to Christ.

As Christ himself makes clear, none of us will be married in heaven (Mt 22:23–30). By remaining unmarried in this life, priests are more closely configured to the final, eschatological state that will be all of ours.

Paul makes it very clear that remaining single allows one’s attention to be undivided in serving the Lord (1 Cor 7:32–35). He recommends celibacy to all (1 Cor 7:7) but especially to ministers, who as soldiers of Christ he urges to abstain from “civilian affairs” (2 Tm 2:3–4).

Canonically, priests cannot marry for a number of reasons. First, priests who belong to religious orders take vows of celibacy. Second, while diocesan priests do not take vows, they do make a promise of celibacy.

Third, the Church has established impediments that block the validity of marriages attempted by those who have been ordained. Canon 1087 states: “Persons who are in holy orders invalidly attempt marriage.”

This impediment remains as long as the priest has not been dispensed from it, even if he were to attempt a civil marriage, even if he left the Church and joined a non-Catholic sect, and even if he apostatized from the Christian faith altogether. He can not be validly married after ordination unless he receives a dispensation from the Holy See (CIC 1078 §2, 1).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clerical_celibacy

Clerical celibacy is the requirement in certain religions that some or all members of the clergy be unmarried. These religions consider that, outside of marriage, deliberate sexual thoughts, feelings, and behavior are sinful; clerical celibacy also requires abstention from these.[1]

Within the Roman Catholic Church, clerical celibacy is mandated for all clergy in the Latin Church except deacons who do not intend to become priests. Exceptions are sometimes admitted for ordination to transitional diaconate and priesthood on a case-by-case basis for married clergymen of other churches or communities who become Catholics, but ordination of married men to the episcopacy is excluded (see Personal ordinariate). Clerical marriage is not allowed and therefore, if those for whom in some particular Churchcelibacy is optional (such as permanent deacons in the Latin Church) wish to marry, they must do so before ordination. Eastern Catholic Churches either follow the same rules as the Latin Church or require celibacy for bishops while allowing priestly ordination of married men.

In the Eastern Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodoxy, celibacy is the norm for bishops; married men may be ordained to the priesthood, but even married priests whose wives pre-decease them are not allowed to enter marriage after ordination, although today some exceptions are made.[citation needed] The vast majority (more than 90%[citation needed]) of Orthodox priests are married men—having married before they were ordained. Similarly, celibacy is not a requirement for ordination as a deacon and in some Oriental Orthodox churches deacons may marry after ordination. For a period in the 5th and early 6th centuries the Church of the East did not apply the rule of celibacy even for ordination to the episcopate. Anglicanism and Protestantism in general do not require celibacy of its clergy and allow clerical marriage.

Is this his ghost evidence?

Is this his ghost evidence?


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