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There are many books about exorcism and demonology that go to one extreme or another. These resources are some of the better ones we have found. As always, read with discretion.
* ''[ An Exorcist Tells His Story] by Fr. Gabriele Amorth (Roman Catholic) - Fr. Amorth is an official exorcist of the diocese of Rome. His commentary and experience is certainly worth engaging. ISBN: 0898707102* ''[ An Exorcist: More Stories] - also by Fr. Amorth ISBN: 0898709172
* ''[ The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren]'' by Gerald Brittle - Please read with caution.
* ''[ War on the Saints]'' by Jessie Penn-Lewis - A classic Protestant/Pentecostal work.
* ''[ Interview With an Exorcist: An Insider's Look at the Devil, Demonic Possession, and the Path to Deliverance] by Fr. Jose Antonio Fortea
* ''[ Rites of the Catholic Church, vol. 2] - Contains the new rite of exorcism (? - can somebody verify this--To my knowledge, this book does '''not''' contain the rite of exorcism. I know that the Vatican recently came out with a "Vatican II" version of the rite (under JP II) which reportedly failed when JP II tried to use it. ISBN: 0814660371
The ''[ Catechism of the Catholic Church]'' (s. [ 1673]) has this to say about exorcism:

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