Six Gifted U.S. Catholics Share Modern-Day Miracle Stories of Healing and Hope in New Book


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Nov. 11, 2013 /Christian Newswire/
— In the new book, “Chosen to Heal: Gifted Catholics Share Stories of
God’s Miraculous Healing Power” readers learn that Jesus is still
healing the sick and mending the brokenhearted in our world today.

Author Laura Wright, a former Catholic
Standard
journalist, focuses on the healing ministries of six gifted
U.S. Catholics and their countless real stories of healed bodies and
changed hearts.
Some of the people profiled include
Stella Davis, a demon fighting grandmother; Tom Naemi, a Detroit mobster
turned charismatic Catholic, and Father Richard McAlear a brown-eyed
priest whose eyes mysteriously appear blue to many of the people he
prays over.
Powerful testimonies of cancer cured, anxiety
relieved, belief restored and much more fill the pages of “Chosen to
Heal” and inspire readers to move past their doubts and seek their own
miracle.
A priest profiled in the book, Father Richard McAlear, says some believers suffer from “Catholic Schizophrenia” — they accept their suffering, but only ask the doctor for healing, not God.
“Yes, you should united your suffering to Christ on the Cross, but also ask for healing,” he said.
About the Author: Laura Wright
lives in Poolesville, Md. with her husband Rob, and their three
children. Before starting a family she worked as a reporter for the
Catholic Standard newspaper in Washington, D.C. She enjoys writing and blogging about faith and family life at www.graceandcookies.net. Visit Laura’s website www.chosentoheal.com for more information.
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About Rev. Robert A. Crutchfield

Bi-vocational minister who is Founder and Editor of FaithInspires.Org As seen in Google News, SelfGrowth.Com, ChristianHeadlines.com etc.

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