THE REAL STORY

THE REAL STORY MUST BE TOLD

Patrick and Joy accept opportunities to give the  “Hear The Real Story”Testimony of their encounter with Jesus, God, the Father, the Holy Spirit and the Blessed Mother.

 

Patrick says, “I am not a theologian. I am not a preacher.  I am just a Dad with a message of joyful hope to all families being attacked by the devil.”

If you  cannot get the help you need from your wounds and pain, Patrick and Joy will steer you to the right direction.

Their testimony is about  God’s provision, healing of family wounds, the role of the father in defending their families,  and  how to gain peace in family life by returning to the Sacraments of the Church.

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Hear the real story on how, in God’s humor,  He pulled Patrick toward his childhood dream of becoming a superhero, specifically, Batman.

Their spiritual director calls  the husband and wife team as  “First Responders“.  Like Emergency Room physicians, they alleviate the pain of the wounded.   Then, Patrick and Joy  direct them to   their parish priests or spiritual directors or to resources that will help them heal further.

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Loyal to the Magisterium

Following the leadership of Pope Francis, as follows:

 

“I see clearly,” the pope continues, “that the thing the church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful; it needs nearness, proximity. I see the church as a field hospital after battle. It is useless to ask a seriously injured person if he has high cholesterol and about the level of his blood sugars! You have to heal his wounds. Then we can talk about everything else. Heal the wounds, heal the wounds…. And you have to start from the ground up.

 

“The church sometimes has locked itself up in small things, in small-minded rules. The most important thing is the first proclamation: Jesus Christ has saved you. And the ministers of the church must be ministers of mercy above all. The confessor, for example, is always in danger of being either too much of a rigorist or too lax. Neither is merciful, because neither of them really takes responsibility for the person. The rigorist washes his hands so that he leaves it to the commandment. The loose minister washes his hands by simply saying, ‘This is not a sin’ or something like that. In pastoral ministry we must accompany people, and we must heal their wounds.”

 

Patrick and Joy conduct the workshops for the Hispanic community if an interpreter is available.

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