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Jonah Prayer Ministry

     

                             Mission of Jonah Prayer Ministry

   "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 with each other in the Parish or Archdiocese."

 

Chris Slattery Chris Slattery, Jonah Prayer Ministry Coordinator

 

 What is "Jonah Prayer Ministry"?

Jonah Prayer Ministry is a prayer ministry based at the parish level. The goal is for every parish to have Jonah Prayer Ministry or its equivalent. Praying over each other is an excellent way to affirm each other's faith as a community, to let the Holy Spirit heal our hurts and to open our eyes to being thankful for the truth and love in every situation that we experience.  

Jonah Prayer Ministers are people like yourself who are approved by the pastor for this ministry. Ministry members feel the call to pray for others or desire to use their spiritual gifts of prayer given to them by the Holy Spirit.  After training, Jonah Prayer ministers pray in small groups with individuals who request prayer support, maintaning confidence in all matters.  Ministry sessions are scheduled according to individual parish activity and with pastoral approval.

In summary, Jonah Prayer Ministry is another beautiful way that the Holy Spirit can have profound direct spiritual impact both in the parish community and in personal lives.  Jonah Prayer Ministry is about being present to fellow parishioners through prayer and praying with expectant faith knowing God brings about transformation/healing/growth.

"Christ has no body now on earth but yours, No hands but yours, no feet but yours, Yours are the eyes through which is to look out Christ's compassion to the world; Yours are the feet with which he is to go about doing good; Yours are the hands with which he is to bless men now."   -St. Teresa of Avila

 

Jonah Prayer Ministry Training Seminars

The following Jonah Prayer Ministry Training Seminars  are scheduled:

    +   Tuesday August 5th 8:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Rigali Center.

 

This is an archdiocesan workshop to train prayer ministers for ministry in their parishes. Applicants will need the signature of their pastor on the application form. Forms may be copied at the parish office, or call Chris Slattery at 314-427-7786 or email chrisslattery@archstl.org

Jonah Prayer Minisrty Training Application (doc) 

 

- Jonah Banner.pdf

Healing & 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! (314-427-7786)

Anne Hruz Coordinator of Healing and Deliverance (standing)  Sr Marie Dougherty (left) Sr Charlotte Struckoff - volunteer (right)

  Anne Hruz -  Coordinator of Healing and Deliverance (standing)   

 annehruz@archstl.org

Sr Marie Dougherty -  previous coordinator (left),  Sr Charlotte Struckoff - previous coordinator and current volunteer (right)

 

We will pray with you on the phone, or make an appointment for prayer, or we may suggest times that do not requires an appointment.  Additional times where the Healing/Deliverance prayer teams pray with individuals are:

  • During the Catholic Renewal Conference and other major conferences
  • After Healing Masses 
  • After the Women's Magnificat quarterly breakfasts

Regularly Scheduled H/D sessions

  • Walk-In Day-time Prayer Ministry (no appointment required) - Tue & Fri 10am- 2 pm
  • Healing/Deliverance Ministry North: Second Tuesdays of each month at 7:10 pm at the Catholic Renewal Center, 10909 St Henry Lane, St Ann., MO 63074 Phone 2 weeks ahead to Anne Hruz for appointment. (314) 427-7786
  • Healing/Deliverance Night Ministry South: First Wednesdays of each month at 7:10 pm at Cardinal Rigali Center, West Wing. Phone  2 weeks ahead to Anne Hruz for appointment. (314) 427-7786

Healing & Deliverance Training

School of Healing Prayer by Francis and Judith MacNutt:  Pre-approval is required -recomended pre-requisites are Jonah Prayer Ministry and Life In the Spirit completion. Please contact Anne Hruz for further information (314.427.7786). 

Theophostic Prayer Training: Training in Emotional Healing, pre-approval is required -recomended pre-requisites are Jonah Prayer Ministry and Life In the Spirit completion. Please contact Anne Hruz for further information (314.427.7786). 

Jonah Prayer Ministry

Jonah Prayer Ministry is parish-based, parish-oriented and parish- initiated ministers trained by the Archdiocesan Coordinator.

Jonah Prayer Ministry - ministry information & training

 

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)

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