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Anonymous Anna wrote:

Hi, Mike —

I urgently need to contact Fr. Gabriele Amorth. Please forward me a postal or e-mail address. 
I've been looking everywhere and I'm unable to locate it.

Thank-you in advance for your prompt reply.


  { Can you help me find the postal or e-mail address for Fr. Gabriele Amorth? }

Richard replied:

Hi, Anna —

We can't help you with this specific priest as he is retired.

His wiki page may help as well.

For anyone trying to find the postal or e-mail address of any priest, information at
Catholic Hierarchy by David Cheney, is a good start.

You can find the web address for the diocesan web site and go further from there. 

— RC

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