Teaching & Healing Service on Pentecost Sunday

eileen_georgeEileen George, founder of Meet-the-Father Ministry will conduct a teaching and healing service.  Eileen will give a talk, followed by a healing service, where she will call out healings as inspired by God the Father.  Following the healing service, we will have Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, Priests will be available for Confession and a reception will follow in the church hall.  Eileen’s books will be available.

Pentecost Sunday
May 31, 2009
3:00 PM
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Eileen is a woman who have been granted many exceptional supernatural gifts and a unique mission. This mission flows from Eileen’s unique relationship with God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Her spiritual director states: “Eileen knows heaven as we know earth.”

Eileen’s extraordinary gifts of inspired preaching, healing, prophecy and knowledge are just a few of the many supernateral graces that the Father has bestowed upon Eileen to lead His people back or deeper into the life of the Sacraments. The power of her preaching can lead a full church to receive the Sacrament of Penance with many Priests performing the Sacrament for long hours.

One of the remarkable things about Eileen is that dispite her many supernatural gifts, she remains an ordinary woman with a great sense of humor. It is to this woman that the Lord has entrusted the Meet the Father Ministry.

The Meet the Father Ministry has taken Eileen and her teaching throughout the United States, Canada, Italy, Germany, South Korea, the Phillipines, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Aruba and Dutch West Indies.

To learn more about Eileen George and Meet-the-Father Ministry, visit her website.

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