Spanish students forced to take exorcism classes

The conference forms part of a series of lectures that students must attend

LAST UPDATED: 25 May, 2016 @ 15:08
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hqdefaultEXORCISM classes have been made compulsory in a Spanish college.

The publicly-funded University College of Barberan and Collan’s 196 students are being required to attend a theological conference on ‘the fields related to the devil, exorcisms, being possessed and hell’.

The conference forms part of a series of lectures that students must attend unless they have a valid excuse.

The school, which receives funding from the students’ fees and the Defence Ministry, has received a backlash from students, but none has made a formal complaint.

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  1. “None has made a formal complaint” Damned cowards. They would happily do a course on “Inquisition Benefits” if required to do so.

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