An exorcist priest told Fox News Digital that using Ouija boards and other devices to communicate with the dead are spiritually risky activities that shouldn't be dismissed as harmless entertainment.
According to Fr. Dan Reehil, "We too often forget that there is much more to this world than meets the eye,
" Fox News Digital reported. "Angels, demons, spirits and souls do exist and they can have an impact on our life."
Rehill works as a priest for the Nashville Diocese. He completed his exorcism training at the Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum in Rome in 2018,
the same year he was appointed the Diocese of Nashville's exorcist.
Reehil defined an exorcist as a priest appointed by a bishop to carry out the office of deliverance ministry.
The Catholic Church employs a particular type of prayer called exorcism to combat the devil's might."
According to Reehil, there are two types of exorcisms that the Catholic Church recognizes. One might classify exorcisms as "major" or "minor."