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Bishop James Long on Beyond the Gate Radio

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Bishop James Long studied for the Roman Catholic Priesthood for 6 years. It was during his years in the seminary that Bishop Long received solid formation; both Academic and Spiritual.

Through prayer and discernment, Bishop Long accepted Gods call to become an Independent Catholic Priest. He was ordained a Deacon, Priest and was consecrated a Bishop within the Old Catholic Church.
Since he was 5 years old, Bishop Long knew that he wanted to be a priest. However, he knew that he was also called to study Demonology and at the age of 9, he began to study anything he could on the subject.
Not only did Bishop Long answer God’s call to serve as a priest but he also answered the call to serve the people of God as the Chief Exorcist of the United States Old Catholic Church. Throughout his education formation, Bishop Long was mentored by a respected and properly formed Exorcist. Bishop Long has performed 26 documented Exorcisms.

He has completed a book called, ”Through the Eyes of an Exorcist” and he is the founder of The Paranormal Clergy Institute. The Institute was created to help home-owners and paranormal groups by providing information that will help defend against demonic entities.
Currently, he serves as the Presiding Archbishop for the United States Old Catholic Church he holds a Doctorate of Ministry, Masters of Divinity, Masters of Education, Bachelors of Communication Theory, and an Associate of Philosphy.
Bishop Long has appeared on;
Travel Channel – Ghost Adventures
History Channel
National Geographic
Paranormal Paparazzi
TV Guide
Coast to Coast
Sy Fy Channel
He has appeared in 5 documentaries and has completed a book called, Through the eyes of an Exorcist. http://www.paranormalclergy.com/paranormalclergy.com/Welcome.html

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