Anglican vicar dubbed the ‘real Exorcist’ tells This Morning how he was able to rid a baby girl of an evil spirit that had ‘attached itself to her’ and was making her sick
- Rev Jason Bray currently works for St Giles Parish Church in Wrexham, Wales
- Anglo-Catholic vicar works for deliverance ministry expelling unwanted spirits
- Says he was once sought out by an ‘agitated’ father desperate for his assistance
- Claimed he blessed baby who had ‘old eyes’ and was constantly getting sick
A vicar who works as a ‘deliverance minister’ has claimed that he once rid a baby girl of a spirit that had ‘attached itself’ to her and was making her sick.
Reverend Jason Bray, of St Giles Parish Church in Wrexham, Wales, has spent two decades visiting homes across the country to help people who are convinced they are being haunted by ghosts, spirits and poltergeists.
The Anglo-Catholic vicar, 51, says that he’s often called in to help when local vicars ‘can’t deal with’ a certain problem, and that he visits families armed with a tool kit of a chalice, a paten and a holy water sprinkler.
Appearing on This Morning, Reverend Jason told the story of how he once helped a family convinced their baby was being tormented by a spirit when she kept getting infections and would look at them with ‘old eyes’.
Reverend Jason Bray, of St Giles Parish Church in Wrexham, Wales, has spent two decades visiting homes across the country to help people convinced they are being haunted by ghosts, spirits and poltergeists
Reverend Jason, whose work as a deliverance minister is encouraged and insured by the church, recalled an ‘agitated’ man approaching him while he was in plain clothes after visiting the beach in Newport with his wife and children.
‘He said “Are you the priest?” And I said, “Well yeah I am” and he said “I was told if I stood here I would meet the priest, and what I need to do is go home and bless my baby daughter because she’s not thriving, will you come with me?”
‘So he tried to encourage me to get in the car with him which is a bit of a risk and I said, “If you tell me where you live, I’ll come along and do what I can for your baby daughter”.
After changing into his clerical clothing, he visited the home where he was greeted by the man, his wife, and an aunt who claimed to be a psychic.
Appearing on This Morning, Reverend Jason told the story of how he once helped a family convinced their baby was being tormented by a spirit when she kept getting infections and would look at them with ‘old eyes’
‘Somehow she felt something had almost attached itself to the baby, sometimes when you look at the baby she looked away, was looking at someone else in the room, she said, she looked at you with old eyes which was a strange thing and she kept getting these infections, she wasn’t thriving.
After discovering that the baby had been both baptised and Christened the vicar carried out a blessing: ‘I blessed her, I anointed her with the oil we use, that I carry around with me, it’s blessed for healing.
‘The aunt said, “That’s it, that’s what you needed to do, it’s all gone”. And the atmosphere changed completely, quite happy, relaxed.’
The reverend, who has detailed his supernatural experiences in memoir Deliverance, says that deliverance ministers are clergymen who are called in when a family has an unusual problem their vicar can’t solve.
The vicar carries a took bag including a communion set and holy water sprinkler which he fills with blessed water and salt and sprinkles around the walls and doors of the homes he visits
‘A deliverance minister is what are sometimes called exorcists as well’, said Reveran Jason, ‘But we try not to use that word, it comes up with images of spinning heads and Hollywood films.
‘We call ourselves deliverance ministers we are people who are interested, we are trained to do this sort of thing, we are the people that get called in when your local vicar can’t deal with it or you need a bit more help.’
The vicar carries a took bag including a holy water sprinkler which he fills with blessed water and salt and sprinkles around the walls and doors of the homes he visits
He also carries a communion set including a chalice for wine and paten for bread, he explained: ‘Sometimes we bless the house and sometimes celebrate a requiem mass to ease the soul from where it is now to where it should be.’
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