The Real Roman Ritual Of Exorcism

All Roman Catholic exorcisms are administered based on the Roman exorcism ritual. 

Priests must wear specialized purple vestments and use a blessed crucifix and a steady supply of holy water.

First, the priest kneels and repeats a prayer known as the Litany of the Saints, which is a very long list of saints and an appeal to each of them. 

The priest recites numerous Psalms and readings from the gospels. Then comes the exorcism itself.

The main prayer speaks to the demon, ordering it to leave the body in which it is dwelling. 

It features such things as, “Depart, seducer, full of lies and cunning, foe of virtue, persecutor of the innocent. Give place, abominable creature, give way, you monster, give way to Christ!”