‘I’ll die if they don’t help me’: Woman begs the Catholic Church for an exorcism because she thinks she’s POSSESSED – and two top psychiatrists say she needs it
- A Catholic woman who believes she is possessed has begged for an exorcism
- Kamila Kuniczek, 46, has been refused multiple times by the Catholic Church
- Ms Kuniczek believes she will die and has the backing of two top psychiatrists
A woman who believes she is possessed has begged the Catholic Church for an exorcism, but it refuses to give her one.
Kamila Kuniczek, 46, is backed by two of Adelaide’s top psychiatrists to get an exorcism despite them being unable to diagnose her with a psychological condition.
Ms Kuzinek miraculously recovered from debilitating physical conditions after exorcisms in Sydney and Brisbane in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
But the Adelaide diocese of the Catholic Church has refused to grant permission for local or interstate priests to carry out exorcisms in their state.
Kamila Kuniczek (pictured), 46, is backed by two of Adelaide’s top psychiatrists despite them being unable to diagnose her with a psychological condition
Ms Kuniczek is unable to eat solid foods and suffers from severe abdominal pain and constant salivation.
She believes her ailments are caused by a possession that can only be treated spiritually.
‘I do not want to die, but I fear I will if they do not help me,’ Ms Kuniczek told The Advertiser.
‘I do not know what I have done for them to turn their backs on me, I need their help, this is the only thing for me.
Ms Kuniczek believes her ailments are caused by a possession that can only be treated spiritually. She is pictured with Father Greg Jordan, who performed exorcisms on her in 2013
‘Every doctor I have seen cannot find anything wrong with me and they have said this [an exorcism] is the only way.’
Two of Adelaide’s leading psychiatrists Dr Andrew Czechowicz and Dr Rene Pols backed Ms Kuniczek in reports from 2013.
‘It is my view that exorcism is an appropriate way to attempt treatment for this lady who has not benefited from conventional medical care,’ Dr Rene wrote.
Dr Czechowicz agreed the ritual was ‘likely to be of benefit’ to Ms Kuniczek.
Ms Kuniczek wrote letters to the Adelaide archdioce (pictured) the Vatican for more assistance with her excorisms but received no response