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How to become an exorcist

30th March 2011

Read it.

To become an exorcist you must be a Roman Catholic priest and have permission from your bishop to join the International Association of Exorcists.

No doubt Federal tuition assistance programs and the usual ‘diversity’ affirmative action regulations apply, so don’t get discouraged if you aren’t a priest or a Roman Catholic.

(‘International Association of Exorcists’ looks funny without ‘AFL-CIO’ after it, somehow.)

3 Responses to “How to become an exorcist”

  1. RealRick Says:

    International Association of Exorcists must have some really cool seminars.

    “Taming the Demon Within”
    “I Am Legion, and You’re OK”
    “Levitation – Exploring New OSHA Rules for Demonic Restraint”
    “Speaking in Tongues – If It’s Not Latin, It’s All Greek to Me”
    “Protestants – Are They Really Possessed?”
    “The Business of Exorcism, 101 – Hey, Holy Water Ain’t Free!”

  2. Tim of Angle Says:

    “Okay, I’ve got the demon out … Now WTF do I do with him?”

  3. RealRick Says:

    Return him to the DNC, Tim.

    I’ve been thinking about this a bit and maybe I missed a good reason for these exorcists to keep things quiet. If the Dems find out, they’ll try to institute a Demon Tax, or (maybe worse) a whole regulatory agency to deal with registration, taxation, recordkeeping, and proper disposal of demons and such.