Morningstar Ministries' Recent Healing Conference |

TBC Staff - EN

[TBC: Rick Joyner's Morningstar Ministries recently held a Healing Conference and advertised the gathering with the following wording]:

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March 21-23, 2013

"The emphasis of this conference is going to be deliverance, one of the most overlooked aspects of healing." - Rick Joyner

Special Guests:
Father Marc van Rossem, Dr. P.G. Vargis, and Aliss Cresswell

[TBC: Of the guests, Father Marc van Rossem is a Charismatic Catholic. He also does other engagements in which: "Fr. Marc Van Rossem from the Netherlands conducted this retreat, which led the retreatants into a deeper relationship with God [and] a strong focus on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament which opened up our hearts to receiving the word that Fr. Marc spoke to us. Father Marc spoke on Healing and the Holy Eucharist and also Carthusian Sprituality: Finding God Inside the World.

"He shared with us how the example of the Desert Fathers can be relevant to us in our society. We must make time to spend in our “cell” (our time in prayer) to allow the Lord to change us and to enter into a deeper relationship with Him" (Newfoundland Catholic Renewal, On This Rock newsletter, Edition 5, 2007, p. 5).

In all of this, the Charismatic movement has not brought Catholics closer to the biblical Jesus or in submission to His Word. Rather it was recognized as far back as 1985, "Catholic charismatics are placing more emphasis on their church identity and heritage than ever before. Wherever I go...CATHOLIC CHARISMATICS ARE REDISCOVERING THE MEANING OF TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC BELIEFS AND PRACTICES, including the sacraments, the Rosary, the Virgin Mary and the saints....For years I’ve been telling Pentecostals that the Catholic Church was de-emphasizing devotion to Mary. Now I hear it’s all coming back, with the charismatics leading the way” (Nick Cavnar, “Why Are Catholic Charismatics Getting So Catholic?” Charisma, April 1985; Cavnar is executive editor of the Catholic publication New Covenant)."

The evidence is growing that Rick Joyner's Morningstar Ministries is following the same path to the endtimes convergence of apostasy.]

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