In 1980 the Order of Exorcists was know as a small Catholic (Traditional pre-Vatican ll Roman Catholic) Parish located in Highland Park, California, with many outreach programs in the communities of Glendale and Eagle Rock.
The Church started to received requests from people claiming symptoms of demonic possession and wanted the church to send priests to their homes for demonic investigations and assessments for possible exorcism.
The Archbishop Ron Feyl (who was Consecrated Catholic Bishop, 26th of June 1979) decided to reach out and recruit members of the clergy from other jurisdictions; parishes/churches outside the geographical area. Since that time, the Order of Exorcists is affiliated with over 21 jurisdictions, 19 parishes, with members in 24 countries.
The Order of Exorcists also has members who are laity that are trained to do first contact interviews, demonic investigations, and submit the assessment report to the Chief Exorcist Archbishop Ron Feyl for further action.
Request come in from around the world for demonic investigations and assessments for demonic possession. In order to keep us with the many request, we have an intake process which allows us to help more people who seek our assistance. Please note all our services are done without cost. We get paid by the blessings that God gives us. Once again, everything we do for you/the victim is FREE.
Here is how it works:
They (the family/person needing help) would make the request via "Contact Us" button on our website http://www.orderofexorcists.com, with all the details about their situation, names of people within the household, what kind of help they are looking for, and contact information.
Once we have the information I would start the process by contacting our members in that area where they would form an "Investigation & Assessment Team." This would be the first stage of the process which can take about two or three weeks.
Then one of our I & A team members would make "first contact" and set a date for the investigation and assessment. Our team will collect all evidence, including documentation such as photos, videos, medical and psychiatry reports.
We have two members in our Order of Exorcists who are medical doctors. One of them is an Exorcist Bishop Member. They would review the medical reports and submit their findings and recommendation to me, the Chief Exorcist for further action.
This would be the second stage of the process which can take up to two or three months.
If the evidence shows an exorcism is needed, then I as the Chief Exorcist and Presiding Bishop would assigned a priest to do the ritual.
Visit our website http://www.orderofexorcists.com for more information about exorcism and see our 60 plus videos on "real" cases of demonic possession and investigations.