What is the “Old Roman Catholic Church”?

The Order of Exorcists is an independent branch of the Catholic faith, deriving from the ancient Old Roman Catholic Church of the 12th century. Archbishop Ronald Feyl Enright has been the presiding bishop since 1982. The Order of Exorcists consists of multiple jurisdictions, each specializing in exorcism, and they are spread across 24 countries worldwide. Within each jurisdiction, the clergy members appointed as exorcists play a crucial role in performing exorcisms and assisting those affected by demonic issues.

Assessment Teams: The Order includes lead assessment team investigators who assess cases of potential demonic possession or other related issues. These investigators work closely with the clergy to evaluate and address spiritual disturbances.