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Is the Pope pro-exorcism? Cenk Uygur, Brett Erlich (Pop Trigger) and Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, have the answer. Inform us exactly what you assume in the remark area listed below.

" Pope Francis asked priests to consider tapping an exorcist, if it were definitely required. The pope informed confessors to contact exorcists to aid those that could be experiencing "genuine spiritual conditions," the AFP reported Friday.

During a Vatican workshop Friday, the pope encouraged clergymans on the best ways to lead confessions. He said that they "must not be reluctant to describe exorcists … picked with wonderful treatment and vigilance."

The pope's encouragement of the age-old method could surprise some. Exorcism methods receive mixed evaluations in the Catholic Church. The Vatican advised clergymans to correctly separate between mental disease and also demonic possession in a brand-new policy developed in 1999, which called for clergymans to get in touch with mental health care experts when a was thought to be mentally disrupted, the Daily Monster reported. The Vatican's new regulation was accepted after almost 400 years of the same methods in the Church as well as alterations were made to the exorcism rites, BBC News reported in 1999."

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68 comments

  1. Posted by Ethan Davidson, at Reply

    The placebo effect is a very powerful thing. It’s cured real diseases, not just pain and such. It doesn’t actually matter whether you believe in an exorcist or a doctor.
    By the way, some of remember the eighties, when a lot of psychiatrists were convincing people that they had survived satanic ritual abuse.This is called “the anecbo effect.” If somebody convinces you that you have a physical or mental illness, or that a medicine will make you feel bad, sometimes it comes true.

    • Posted by TheBlueCapitalist, at Reply

      Maybe thats why libtards keep saying “Not My President”. They want to placebo their own mind.

    • Posted by KarlinRex, at Reply

      Ethan Davidson You’re brilliant, was going to comment the same thing.

  2. Posted by Facts And Opinions With Don, at Reply

    You guys should stick to politics. I get that you guys don’t get or understand spirituality, but what is your point for doing this? I don’t always agree, but I listen. The black lady really saved you guys from looking too dumb. it’s taking everything for her to not flip lol. These guys are talking in extremes about something that they know nothing about, and their arrogance is insulting to anyone that understand spirituality. In this instance, I can see how Trump folks feel when they hear you because we’re really not on the same page here.

    • Posted by Keksi, at Reply

      Funny I dont recall doctors curing any of those diseases you mentioned either yet you somehow believe in “science” yet you dont know what causes those diseases or how to cure them.

    • Posted by Harry Stoddard, at Reply

      False.

  3. Posted by Blake Westwood, at Reply

    I’m not overly religious but this stuff does exist. I have first hand experience of this and there is definitely more to the world than meets the eye. It’s rare but demonic possession still happens.

    • Posted by Bullet Craft, at Reply

      +AirandThoughts
      That’s an argument from ignorant fallacy and you stated it almost literally. Just because we don’t understand everything doesn’t give you logical permission to call something supernatural, doing that forces you to admit you’re an irrational human being that believes illogical things. If that’s who you want to be that’s fine, but don’t spread your bullshit to everyone else.

    • Posted by LA FLAME, at Reply

      I smell bullshit

    • Posted by Angel Light, at Reply

      Bottom line is, if you don’t believe and want proof, then do your own research. It’s easy to judge but smart people do the research.

  4. Posted by Yazan, at Reply

    couldn’t you be a little bit slightly more respectful while expressing your opinion?

    • Posted by Yazan, at Reply

      So you’re talking about 2004? Can I talk about america when the racism against black was at its peak? Ofcourse, no. And not to say what’s saudi used to do or is doing now wrong or right. People who were burkaa wear them as their choice.

      And your mocking won’t change what people firmly believe in. Because they have “faith”. I don’t think someone would change his belief because someone is mocking him. You will just make a gap between you and him cuz you are disrespecting him explicitly.

      If you want to change anything, be respectful and talk in a polite manner and have a conversation and debate with them. Otherwise, your way of making change is useless, ineffective, and does spread hate and division

    • Posted by ufutz, at Reply

      I guess this article from 2015 is just wrong then?

      http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2015/01/economist-explains-20

      “How is a legally imposed dress code” a choice?

    • Posted by Yazan, at Reply

      I don’t see the point of the article? How is it different than what I said?

      Women can show their hair as in the article; that’s literally what I said. There’s a youtuber called laila mourad, she is a labense girl, I think she grew in Canada, she now lives in riyadh. Look at her videos , she shows her hair with no fear when she’s outside shopping. She went to a youtube event in Jeddah with no relatives. This dispute most of what you initially claimed about women forced to wearing burkaa. Which is just not true! I skimmed through the article, so if I missed a point please notify me.

      And for the mocking part: personally speaking, I’m open to debate atheists and christians and jews and hindus; however, when someone speaking full of arrogance and disrespect and offending, I wouldn’t bother trying to debate or convince him with anything, you can’t tell nothing would change with these type of people and you’ll just waste time

  5. Posted by EMPEROR OF THE SJWs, at Reply

    The pope should exorcise trump

    • Posted by Diva Artist, at Reply

      Psycho-rousing rallying Trump did look possessed by Hitler’s boss.

    • Posted by Drodz Drodz, at Reply

      Take Obama down.

    • Posted by Vanessthebest, at Reply

      Trump and his Vampire clan immediately.

    • Posted by Keksi, at Reply

      He already did.Donald Trump was educated at Jesuit elite school.

  6. Posted by Tiffany Zoe, at Reply

    For Cenk-“The finest trick of the devil is to persuade you that he does not exist.” -Charles Baudelaire

    • Posted by Tiffany Zoe, at Reply

      Joseph Torres but to answer the question of the devil-I watched Bishop Barron here on YouTube talk about the devil-and it made sense. It’s interesting to hear his point of view whether you are a believer or non-believer. He speaks a lot about persuasion and subtlety.

    • Posted by Joseph Torres, at Reply

      Tiffany Zoe I understand, but I don’t think you should affirm something just because it “makes sense” you need evidence to sustain those claims, for example in the dark ages, people were killed at the stake believing they were witches, and for the catholic Church “made sense” and it was justifiable. Perhaps, what I’m trying to say is that you should develop critical thinking and not believe everything you see or hear. And for the record, im not trying to make you a nonbeliever, or to prove you wrong, I’m just trying to make you realize that objectiveness and critical thinking is important to make progress in this world.

    • Posted by Ronin Dave, at Reply

      considering we have a TV series about him and talk about him incessantly means it wasn’t a very good trick

  7. Posted by SXGXD TV, at Reply

    I agree with the black woman I will never understand why some people think they know everything about this world/existence

    • Posted by blistified, at Reply

      tru davies should be ashamed for his remark!

    • Posted by IMelkor42, at Reply

      The irony is that it is the religious that are claiming to know something that the rest of us don’t, yet we’re the arrogant ones who need to be humbled. When you’re dealing with authoritarian mind control, everything gets turned upside down in an Orwellian fashion.

    • Posted by Cathy Vickers, at Reply

      +SXGXD TV Agreed! The plain fact is that we’ll never know with any certainty unless we continue to exist mentally after our body dies! Then, & only then, will there be tangible proof that consciousness is not solely dependent upon chemistry & neurons!

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Tom Tomson “You believe in an end times prediction called climate change. ”

      Wow. Did they teach you that at right wing nut school?

  8. Posted by Ronin Dave, at Reply

    The trolls here are possessed to watch and dislike every video

  9. Posted by Whytebio, at Reply

    TYT: “Hahaha! These stupid religious people believe in “demons” and “ghosts” and “exorcisms”! How stupid! Now, let us get back to talking about white privilege and the mystical patriarchal conspiracy designed to keep down anyone except white males…”

    • Posted by akgaaj22, at Reply

      Whytebio your comment makes no sense at all

    • Posted by Jdeezle1990, at Reply

      Whytebio you’ll see it when you get there.

    • Posted by Whytebio, at Reply

      It’s one group who believes in superstitious nonsense laughing at another group who believe in superstitious nonsense for believing in superstitious nonsense. Didn’t think I’d have to spell it out for people.

  10. Posted by RC RC, at Reply

    funny that TYT are not reporting TURKEY thretening germany…

    • Posted by Don The Con, at Reply

      TYT doesn’t report from Breitbart sorry

    • Posted by Howleye, at Reply

      TYT doesn’t report actual relevant world events sorry

  11. Posted by Bruce Mj, at Reply

    Umm Cenk do exist and they can possess u, it doesnt happen the way u c it on tv, they dnt need to prove themselves to u, it happens in a deceiving way

    • Posted by Mike C, at Reply

      Pete The Pict as for James Randi the magician! I never said there were not massive amounts of
      people conning others that are willing to Believe! This proves nothing and my point went entirely
      over your head!

    • Posted by bobthebobcat, at Reply

      People who believe in imaginary friends past the age of 10 need to be thrown off the roof.

    • Posted by Bruce Mj, at Reply

      Pete The Pict crap educate yourself on the occult, what history and eye witness testimony have revealed over 1000s of years, science is a study of process.

  12. Posted by Valhalla, at Reply

    I have been watching your channel for a while and I am curious about something. Wasn’t the Young Turks responsible for the Armenian genocide? So wouldnt it be the same as naming your channel the Nazis?

    • Posted by musti mon, at Reply

      Valhalla Yes and we are proud off of it

    • Posted by Ronin Dave, at Reply

      what does that have to do with this video?

    • Posted by Keksi, at Reply

      Young Turks were Masonic progressives with goal to overthrow Ottoman empire and create secular state out of Turkey.

    • Posted by Tchort Six Six Six, at Reply

      Because these young turds have an agenda and also deny war crimes of the past.yet cherry pick news articles and con gullible viewers into their hype.

  13. Posted by Blacks For Trump, at Reply

    This video is ridiculous. The Church understands that mental disorder is not demonic possession. However, there have been some cases where families or individuals have experienced behavior that seems demonic. Stop spewing leftist propaganda against Christianity.

    • Posted by acceptjesusorburn, at Reply

      LG YT Uh banter is just something that men can usually do, unless they are autistic, then they sound like you.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      “documented cases” LMAO. I bet they’d love to see those down at NASA.

  14. Posted by Seanra, at Reply

    What’s with all the exorcism believing retards in the comments? I swear it’s like trump has popularised stupidity to the point that these idiots are all coming out of the woodwork

    • Posted by Ryan, at Reply

      Education is vast but they decide to cloud their heads with religious dogma. Like a child believing in fairy tales to mask the realities of life.

      acceptjesusorburn, that’s not what Seanra was saying, moron. You’re implying that all the viewers were going to be gullible fools like you.

    • Posted by Michael Robertson, at Reply

      30 years of libtard pc thinking hasn’t gotten rid of thousands of years of mystical beliefs…..its not just religious that believe in these things, there are shamanic tribes and a spiritual belief is actually in all cultures all over the world……Ryan – ‘it is no measure of health to be viewed as unwell in the eyes of a sick society’ – Terrence Mckenna

    • Posted by acceptjesusorburn, at Reply

      Ryan You are gullible, just a TYT sheep. All you atheists say the same things, from a small vocabulary.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Michael Robertson: Sorry, dawg(ma), but that’s thousands of years of people who aren’t weak-minded disbelieving your fairy tales of Demons and Devils. They far predate your phony prophet-for-prophet savior. And, BTW, there are BILLIONS of people in world that don’t buy your story, so humble yourself and kowtow before them.

  15. Posted by Shannon Robottom, at Reply

    Respect muslim rights…. but ridicule the catholics.

    • Posted by Angel Light, at Reply

      I generally like TYT, but sometimes they do get out of hand. They should stop being so overly judgmental and bring in other points of view and keep an open mind. At the least they should try to be more respectful of other’s beliefs, especially religious beliefs. TYT needs to keep their religious bias to themselves.

    • Posted by Vonda Thurian, at Reply

      Angel Light wake up and see how vile TYT is

    • Posted by hoda ahmad, at Reply

      Shannon Robottom Did you watch the video? they criticized Muslims voodoo in the video you moron watch the video

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      “TYT needs to keep their religious bias to themselves.”
      Why? Are they a government agency that is bound to impartiality? Last I checked, they did editorial work. Don’t watch if you don’t like it. Oh, and they speared several religions – it’s not bias, it’s promoting sensibility.

  16. Posted by HolographicSweater, at Reply

    I think the human mind has a need for purifying rituals, even if they are ultimately just symbolic. Ablution is an ancient ritual which may be evolutionarily ingrained in the human psyche. Symbols have real power over your psychology and thereby your physical health.
    Obviously it is not a replacement for real medical care, and as with any belief system, fundamentalism usually leads to harm, but there is a reason there are purifying rituals in every culture.

    • Posted by vickie g, at Reply

      HolographicSweater yesssss

  17. Posted by ataridc, at Reply

    Why is everyone that is not the core part of TyT always so cringy? What is she talking about seeing some religious folks? I respect her right to have that opinion but this is supposed to be a progressive show…

    • Posted by Mxtroll, at Reply

      I disagree, I think it’s regressive “You have the right to your religious opinion, but it’s wrong because I say it’s wrong.” People need to continue to acknowledge that literally no one knows for sure how things work. The only people that do, are dead. Atheists have their ideas based on the facts we know to this day, but there’s still plenty completely unexplained things in the universe. Religion have their ideas based on books written so vaguely that can be applied to 2000 years ago or 6000 years ago or today. But to generalize an entire group of people, especially one so broad as Religious of any kind, and say they can’t be progressive because 1 aspect of their beliefs doesn’t align with yours, is the opposite of progression. Progression to me is live and let live, as long as the religious mumbo jumbo stays away from our government and education, it’s all fine in my eyes.

    • Posted by Amanda Bertelsen, at Reply

      “I suppose you COULD argue Exorcisms are harmful as they often take the place of legitimate medical care.”

      There have also been several cases where people undergoing exorcism have died from abuses of various kinds. It is also a solution to a problem that can’t actually be demonstrated, so there can be no actual standard, rules, or reviews of an exorcism case gone wrong.

    • Posted by Mxtroll, at Reply

      +Ataridc yeah, I don’t know why that comment got posted here, that one was meant for a different person’s comment. Ignore that! 😛

    • Posted by ataridc, at Reply

      Mxtroll this isnt about proving or disproving anything. organized religion is a belief system that holds progress back. it is made to celebrate and clutch onto archaic beliefs and traditions. organized religion is the almost extreme opposite of being progressive which is why the right is dominated by fundamentalist christians.

  18. Posted by Sam Beebe, at Reply

    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.

    • Posted by Dorothy Zink, at Reply

      Sam Beebe, and he’s using Alex Jones to do it. Joke’s on you.

    • Posted by Sam Beebe, at Reply

      Joe Reyes well the video is about pope francis and exorcisms… sounds pretty religious to me.