THE CHURCH OF ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL

The Church of Saint Peter & Saint Paul archdiocese in mainland Europe, is the church and ministry of the Order of Saint Paul, and presided by the archbishopric in Mennen, Belgium. The Church follows the apostolic and orthodox faith, and is in communion with many mainstream denominations. The church is open to all repentant believers, offers regular services with sacraments in the churches of our dioceses, and Christian education, in accordance with our Articles of Religion. Hospitality, defense of the feeble and the persecuted, teaching and care of the sick, are the human and earthly manifestation of the Divine part in us. In fact, the heavenly origin of the Chivalric Orders goes back to the Patriarch Abraham, Loth and Tobie; They exercised hospitality when hosting the angels. During the Roman Empire the Orders took shape, but it is truly with the birth of the Christian religion that several Hospitallers Institutions were born.

Those who welcomed our Lord. Martha devoted herself to thrift and hospitality. The very first Christian Order (St. Lazarus) was established while the first Council of Jerusalem by the Apostles, after Pentecost, before parting, in 34A.D. Titus (+96A.D.) was already at Paul' side. Paul and Barnabas helped St Peter to set up the Antioch See in 42A.D. One may say the Order of St Paul was already established as an Ordo.

The Holy Apostle was entrusted with the financing of the Churches, and some men oversaw transporting funds as well as protecting the Apostle. Titus was the first Knight of St Paul since 34A.D. (Titus 1:4-14,3:12-14).

High Rankin Dignitaries of the Oriental Churches vested Count Frederick P. Burcklé with the Divine Command to organize the Order as an International Institution. 2005 -"Divine Rights and Legitimacy" Most Rev. Dr. Count F. B. The church has been securing her Apostolic mandate and values by destroying evil powers and principalities, conquering new territories for God and liberating the oppressed and those taken captive by evil spirits. This liberation is done through the exorcism exercise strongly believe by the church of St. Peter and St. Paul.

 

Exorcism in Christianity is the practice of casting out demons from a person they are believed to have possessed. The person performing the exorcism, known as an exorcist, is often a member of the Christian Church, or an individual thought to be graced with special powers or skills. The exorcist may use prayers and religious material, such as set formulas, gestures, symbols, icons, amulets.

The Painting of Gustav Dore 1865
illustrating Christ Exorcising a mute boy

The introduction to Exorcism by H.E. Prof. Dr. Frederick Burckle