2018 Belguim, Germany and Switzerland
in Galtür, Austria (Tyrol) 9th September 2018
Ames has been sharing his healing ministry in Europe for 4 nights, with
St Blood Parish
talk in Szombathely (Hungary). That was on 2nd September 2018.
3 photos were given to us by Radio Maria Austria Sept. 2018 when Alan
gave Interviews in their studio in Vienna.
IL - U.S.A.
IN SWITZERLAND - TALK IN RHEINAU
The small town Rheinau has a long history dating back to the first settlements during the Bronze Age. The island in the river in downtown Rheinau has been a place of worship for far more than 1000 years with very early small chapels built that later were taken over by the Benedictines who built a monastery on the island around the year 844. In 1114 they put up a bigger Roman church. The beautiful baroque basilica was built on the remains of the Roman church between 1710 and 1744.
The basilica of Rheinau holds the relics and the former cell of an Irish saint - Fintan - who died in 881 after a saintly life, living but on the Eucharist for his last 16 years, but also praying day and night, multiplying food for the poor, having visions and locutions and much more.
When Alan gave a talk after Holy Mass, the basilica was almost full. People from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and even from France had come (the Austrian and French borders are 120 and 200 km away).
Alan's talk centred on God's love for each one of us and His invitation to spiritual love. He spoke about forgiveness, about the need to be open for God's love and for a change in our lives to the better when we choose God and His ways. Alan spoke about the flame of love that the Holy Spirit will let grow within us and about experiencing Holy Mass in a new way by the help and grace of the Holy Spirit. He invited us to bring others to God in prayer but also to lead them to God. At the end, Alan mentioned the powerful graces of God poured out through the eucharistic rosary.
During the healing prayers, five priests were there hearing confessions. All of them ministered the sacrament of reconciliation for at least two hours, two priests heard confessions for four hours. A wonderful praise and worship band had come to help all of us to open up for the Lord's graces during the healing prayers.
At the end of the evening, we saw lots of happy faces, so many people came to thank us. Some said they hardly go to church but that they felt the presence of Jesus so strong that evening. Others said they went to confession for the first time after many years. People from other Christian denominations had come as well and gave a positive feedback. Two persons who had come to Rheinau had been physically healed by God through Alan's prayers in previous years.
A beautiful rainbow over the island and the basilica as well as the sun highlighting the priest as he began to say Mass were another memorable bonus that impressed those who attended the healing service in Rheinau on 12th September 2017. God had once more opened His heart and helped us to open ours for Him - He be praised for all the graces we received.
Photos 1 – 3 are from a shrine in Lower Austria where Alan spoke named Maria Schutz (Mary’s Protection), including having met the sweet old doggie. The 4th photo was taken on the road at a filling station; & the last photo was taken in the church of Radstadt, Austria, where Alan gave a talk Sept. 7th 2-17 in the church, which is from the 13th century.
Photos from Alan’s trip to Europe May 2017
2015 Belguim, Germany and Switzerland
2015 Alan in Belguim - Brussels
Alan and Antique Crucifix
2015 praying in Germany - Dipperz near Fulda
2015 Alan's talk in Switzerland - Beinwil near Luzern
Holy Sepulchre Tomb of Jerusalem
Lord was born:
Ramallah, West Bank:
During a visit to Mexico the Crucifix which Alan uses in his healing sessions commenced to bleed from the crown of thorns around Jesus' head. A closeup of the same Crucifix is shown below.
Holy Face of Jesus
taken at St. Polycarp's in Delaware March 10, 21013
Yanta and Bishop Flanagen hearing confessions in San Antonio Lourdes
Louisiana, USA :
in line for a prayer?
Fr Laurentin, a Mariologist, with Alan and his wife, Kathy
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