“The Rite of Exorcism may only be performed by a priest duly trained and appointed by his bishop,” the archdiocese said in a statement reported by the Omaha World-Herald. “Fr. Fulton has since clarified that, contrary to his YouTube interview, he did not attempt a formal exorcism, but led others in prayer. Fr. Fulton should not have claimed to have special and particular knowledge about demonic activity.”

The incident follows another in Wisconsin in which a priest left his diocese after livestreaming exorcisms of alleged election fraud before Jan. 6, when Congress convened to formally count President Biden's Electoral College victory.

Many pro-Trump supporters have since been arrested and charged following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.