Archbishop Ron Feyl, SOSM

Archbishop Ronald Feyl Enright is a highly respected figure in the realm of exorcism, renowned for his deep expertise and extensive experience spanning more than four decades. His illustrious career in the Ministry of Exorcism has seen him undertake thousands of confirmed demonic assessments and possession cases, solidifying his reputation as a leading authority in the field worldwide.

Ordained to Holy Orders in 1976, Archbishop Enright’s journey to becoming a Bishop-Elect in 1979 and ultimately consecrated as a Catholic Bishop on June 25, 1982, by Archbishop Gregory Michal David Voris of the Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel – Traditional Old Roman Catholic Church, marks significant milestones in his religious vocation.

Alongside his exorcism ministry, Archbishop Enright upholds the values and beliefs of the Seven Ecumenical Councils and the Three Ecumenical Creeds. In the 1980s, he developed “The Process,” a comprehensive methodology that has since been embraced and utilized by clergy and their investigation and assessment teams globally.

The profound impact of Archbishop Enright’s work in the field of exorcism was formally recognized in June 2022 by the Pontifical Catholic University of America, which bestowed upon him the distinguished title of “Honorary” President of the University in acknowledgment of his invaluable contributions.

Archbishop Enright’s calling to the ministry of exorcism traces back to a supernatural encounter he experienced at the age of 11, a pivotal moment that set him on a spiritual path dedicated to combating malevolent forces. He emphasizes that the role of an exorcist is not merely a profession but a divine calling, underscoring the crucial importance of this sacred ministry in confronting and dispelling evil influences.

Sacred Order of St. Michael the Archangel

hqdefaultArchbishop Ron Feyl has a Catholic seminary education and a Ph.D. in psychology and sacred theology. His episcopal orders were conferred in 1979 by Archbishop Gregory Michael David Voris, who adheres to the faith of the Seven Ecumenical Councils and the Three Ecumenical Creeds. From the early 1980s, Archbishop Ron Feyl has been involved in a not-so-popular ministry called exorcism. He was trained by many exorcists over the years who were his mentors and former bishops.

Archbishop Feyl was brought up as a Roman Catholic until he was introduced to the traditional pre-Vatican 2 Catholic Church. After he received Holy Orders, he requested from his jurisdictional Bishop that he was interested in the ministry of exorcism. He then assigned him to a mentor who was an experienced Exorcist, and he became the assistant Exorcist. His training as the assistant was four and a half years, and in 1980 he was appointed jurisdictional Exorcist. A year later, he was elected as Bishop-elect, then another year later, in 1982, he was consecrated as a Catholic bishop. In 1982 he created the Order of Exorcists under the Catholic jurisdiction of the Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel. Today our organization is international, with Bishops and clergy in 24 countries worldwide

4-23-16 Archbishop Ron Feyl 1982With over 30 years of experience he established an Order of Exorcists within a nonprofit religious 501 (c)(3) organization called “The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel”.  As a Catholic priest for over 36 years, he has interacted with angels and demons. Archbishop Feyl has performed many religious services, such as last rites, house blessings and exorcism rituals. He is the Chief Exorcist for The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel. Archbishop Feyl devotes most of his time writing books, articles and investigating paranormal matters. He and members of the Order of Exorcists are available by appointment for demonic investigations, exorcisms, house blessings and other religious rituals. To learn more about Archbishop Feyl please click here.

The Order of Exorcists is a International Organization of Exorcists with members in 24 countries.ExorcistsLogo72dpi2pt5

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