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JPII Healing Center Leads a Women's Retreat, April 16-18
"Alongside the commission to exorcise, Matthew adds the mission to heal. The Twelve are sent 'to heal every disease and every infirmity (Mt 10: 1).' Healing is an essential dimension of the apostolic mission and of Christian faith in general... When understood at a sufficiently deep level, this expresses the entire content of redemption.” -Pope Benedict XVI, Jesus of Nazareth: From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration, pp. 175-176
Are you in need of prayer for healing? We are happy to pray with you to receive physical or inner healing. What happens at a prayer ministry session? A team of two people will pray with you to receive whatever healing God chooses to give you. You will be given the opportunity to use prayers which will help you to open up more deeply to God. Prayer ministers in this ministry are not therapists or counselors, simply people who have received healing graces themselves and have been trained in how to pray over others for healing.
Renouncing Lies & Deadly Sins; Announcing Truth Handout (Download a PDF)
If you'd like to learn more about the origins of our Healing Ministry, click here to listen to a talk by Fr. Steve.
Individual prayer ministry sessions take place Thursdays through Saturdays in the parish offices (1514 Michigan Avenue), across the road from the church. Many people come once for an appointment, but others schedule follow-ups. It is completely up to you.
Until further notice, all of our prayer ministry sessions will be "virtual", either by a zoom conference call, or phone call. We can help you set that up if you are unfamiliar with those technologies. Once our current restrictions have been lifted, we will resume our regular face to face sessions.
Shorter prayer sessions, 10-15 minutes in length, are available by drop-in on Sundays after 9am Mass in the Conference Room in Mercy Hall. Simply come over, add your name to the list we provide, and we will call or text you when your turn comes up.
All appointments are treated with confidentiality.
If you feel the Lord has blessed you with a healing and would like to tell us about it, in order to build up the faith of others, please give a brief account of your experience by emailing Liz O'Neill using the "Send a Message" link to the right. From time to time we will post encouraging testimonies on the website. If you wish to remain anonymous, just let us know.
MON | 8:15am
TUES | 6:30pm
WED–SAT | 8:15am
SAT | 5pm (Anticipatory Mass for those 60+ and/or those with underlying health issues)
SUN | 9am, 11am, 5pm
(Sunday Mass attendance will be based on last names. Some will be asked to attend in the church; others in Mercy Hall. See signs for details.)
TUE | 7-8pm
FRI | 7-8pm
SAT | 9-10am
TUE | 7-8pm
FRI | 9am-8pm
Church: 1505 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912
Office: 1514 E Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912
School: 1521 E Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48912