God through Jesus Christ or God-made-man Jesus Christ is the devil's conqueror
CCC 539 The evangelists indicate the salvific meaning of this
mysterious event: Jesus is the new Adam who remained faithful just
where the first Adam had given in to temptation. Jesus fulfills
Israel's vocation perfectly: in contrast to those who had once
provoked God during forty years in the desert, Christ reveals himself
as God's Servant, totally obedient to the divine will. In this, Jesus
is the devil's conqueror: he "binds the strong man" to take back his
plunder.1 Jesus' victory over the tempter in the desert
anticipates victory at the Passion, the supreme act of obedience of
his filial love for the Father.
1. Cf. Ps 95:10; Mk 3:27
The LORD achieves his definitive victory when he come again. Until then, the war and its battles continue
CCC 2853 Victory over the "prince of this world"2 was won
once for all at the Hour when Jesus freely gave himself up to death to
give us his life. This is the judgment of this world, and the prince
of this world is "cast out."3 "He pursued the
woman"4 but had no hold on her: the new Eve, "full of
grace" of the Holy Spirit, is preserved from sin and the corruption of
death (the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption of the Most Holy
Mother of God, Mary, ever virgin). "Then the dragon was angry with the
woman, and went off to make war on the rest of her
offspring."5 Therefore the Spirit and the Church pray:
"Come, Lord Jesus,"6 since his coming will deliver us from
the Evil One.
2. Jn 14:30.
3. Jn 12:31; Rev 12:10.
4. Rev 12:13-16.
5. Rev 12:17.
6. Rev 22:17,20.
Please see also CCC 677.