By Fr. Troy Richmond
WASHINGTON — At last year’s Healing and Deliverance Ministry Workshop at Mundelein Seminary in Mundelein, Ill., our speaker on the last day was Father Greg Bramlage. A priest of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis who is devoted to full-time healing ministry and missionary work, he spoke to us about the ministry of deliverance and the great need present in today’s society for this ministry.
As he shared how the Lord has used him to free so many women and men from the slavery of sin and addiction, from wounds caused by the sins of others and from involvement in the occult and the “New Age” movement, I knew that Fr. Bramlage’s message needed to be heard not just by those in the ministry of deliverance but by those sitting in the pews each Sunday.
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