Healing and Deliverance Ministry

Mission of Healing and Deliverance

 "To more fully awaken everyone to the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit and their importance in empowering the ministry of bringing Christ to others through team prayer for healing and deliverance."

 

What is Healing and Deliverance?

"He summoned the Twelve and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, and he sent them to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal the sick." (Lk. 9:1-2)

The purpose of this ministry is to help persons into freedom through healing/deliverance prayer. The Healing/Deliverance Ministry functions in union with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis, MO in cooperation with the Catholic Renewal Center. 

Our Father...Deliver us from evil. Amen.

Those who seek the help of this ministry desire to live Jesus' promise of abundant life and have decided to act righteously, but are experiencing blockages or bondages. They may feel unable to overcome negativity, fear, sorrow, anxiety, grief, resentment, habitual sin and compulsions, even though their minds understand that their behavior is not right or healthy. In these persistent trials, evil spirits may be at work.

150 strong Intercessors' Prayer. Call us at any time! (314-731-6100)

 

A. Hruz

annehruz@archstl.org

Call the Renewal Center to request Healing and Deliverance Prayer.

 

Regularly Scheduled H/D sessions

Walk-In Prayer Ministry (no appointment required) - Tue & Fri 10am- 2 pm.  

You may also request a scheduled appointment for ministry: daytime and some evening appointments are available.

Healing/Deliverance Night Ministry : First Wednesdays and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm at Catholic Renewal Center, in Crestwood. Phone at least one week ahead to Anne Hruz for appointment. (314) 731-6100.

Additional times where the Healing/Deliverance prayer teams pray with individuals are:

During the Catholic Renewal Conference (October and March annually)

Other major conferences (Catholic Women for Christ conference)

After the generational healing prayer services at the Rigali Center (held four times a year, see Events page for upcoming dates)

After the Christ Alive Women's quarterly breakfasts

Monday nights 7pm at St. Alban Roe in Wildwood. Prayer teams available at 7pm in the church. The first Monday of the month prayer teams are available after the 7pm mass.  

St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Crestwood, mass every Saturday night 7:30pm, prayer ministry afterward on the second and forth Saturdays.     

 

Healing & Deliverance Training

If you are interested in training to be a healing and deliverance minister call Anne Hruz (314) 731-6100. Most often it is required to have done Jonah prayer team training and a Life in the Spirit Seminar.

Anne Hruz, Coordinator of Healing and Deliverance Ministry, will hold the workshops at the Catholic Renewal Center:  Healing Prayer 101 and Intro to Deliverance- 2019.  August 12th, 19th & 26th (Monday evenings 7-9pm)  OR Aug 15th, 22nd & 29th (Thursday afternoon 1-3pm).  This would be good for people who have some experience with prayer ministry and want to go deeper, or who want a refresher for healing prayer.  The sessions will include special topics in healing and time for practice in groups. Call Anne 314-731-6100 with any questions.  Please RSVP for the session that you will attend to annehruz@archstl.org    There is no cost for the training. Donations accepted to cover copying expenses.

Resources available for learning about healing and deliverance ministry are available at the Renewal Center in the Library. Resources for learning about healing include: the book Unboundand the dvd series Freedom in Christ by Neal Lozano and the book Healing by Francis MacNutt and the dvd series School of Healing Prayer by Francis and Judith MacNutt.

Primary funding of the Healing & Deliverance ministry has been made possible by the Jonah Foundation, a non-profit organization.  "The Jonah Foundation funds ministries rooted in the Charismatic Renewal of the Roman Catholic Church that foster an understanding and expression of the experience of Pentecost through prayer, teaching and special service projects." (The Jonah Foundation Mission Statement)