Angela is, shall we say, detached from the death of her mother. With the police calling and asking questions she is forced to put on an act of grief which even the police find to be transparent. Luckily for her the chief and fellow possessed cuts her some slack and orders his men and the media to back off. We learn here that she invited the demon back to her so it would leave Casey alone, an invitation that is permanent. What Angela couldn’t have realised at the time is that even though it no longer holds Casey hostage inside her own body, the danger for her and the rest of her family is still very much real.
The satanic cult responsible for not only arranging the Popes itinerary during his visit but also for His slaying are more than a little surprised when Angela shows up at their meeting. Bother Simon recognises the demon possessing the woman immediately as Pazuzu and he begrudges her presence. Pazuzu demonstrates his power over all the other demons by bringing Brother Simon to his knees. Angela plans a visit to Mother Bernadette and her nuns where she kills them all; an example to not only the other demons but also to those who try to oppose them.
Father Tomas is lured into a new position as priest at another church by one of the many who want to see the Pope and Catholicism destroyed. I’m wondering if this is so they can try to recruit him to their cause. Time will tell.
Marcus comes across the murdered bodies of the only two people left who were helping him. On a mission he returns to Mother Bernadette and the nuns, only to find that they too have been killed. Going after Bother Simon he quickly gains the upper hand when he ambushes the priest in his hotel room. However, things don’t run smoothly for long when he is captured by his men.
At home the chilling behaviour of Angela continues when she tries to get Casey to tell her what being possessed was like for her. Then we see her later on with Henry in the bedroom where she coaxes him into a vulnerable position and then wraps her hands around his neck. Killing him would have been easy but it is more about exerting the will of the demon at this point. Casey is unable to sleep so she goes upstairs and sees Angela leering over the sleeping form of Kat and is disgusted to see her running her hands over her daughter provocatively. Knowing then that Angela is no longer Angela she rouses her dad and sister and they attempt to leave the house and the demon behind. Angela thwarts their escape at the last second and she is determined they will pay for their disobedience.
Father Tomas – acting on a cryptic clue that Henry unknowingly gave him – realises the demon has not been exorcised at all and he shows up at the Rance house just as Angela is torturing Casey once again.
A priest who has sinned and one who has been captured by the very people he was trying to fight. Will they be enough to save the world from pure evil?