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There will be a powerful Mass for healing and forgiveness offered at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. It is open to all and the main celebrants are extraordinary priest renowned for how God is using them. Reports of the healing of cancer, and a myriad of other diseases are being claimed by the faithful.

MASS OF HEALING AND FORGIVENESS

FR. RICHARD MCALEAR AND FR. UBALD RUGIRANGOGA, CONCELEBRANTS

Best-selling author and Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza will assist with translation
SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF GOOD HELP
4047 CHAPEL DRIVE
NEW FRANKEN, WISCONSIN 54229
920 866 2571

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12, 2013
1:00 P.M.

ARRIVE EARLY! SPACE IS LIMITED AND A LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED

Absolutely Free and open to the public, please share with friends and family who may be in need of physical, spiritual or emotional healing - suffering from cancer or disease of any kind, addiction, depression, going through a divorce or other difficult times.

THE Lord WORKS POWERFULLY THROUGH BOTH OF THESE MEN - COUNTLESS PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL HEALINGS HAVE BEEN REPORTED THROUGH THEIR WORK.

About Father Ubald Rugirangoga

Fr. Ubald has been a Roman Catholic priest for 25 years in the Cyangugu Diocese of southeastern Rwanda. Cyangugu is situated very closely to the Congo and Burundi borders on the picturesque Lake Kivu. During the 1994 genocide Fr. Ubald lost over 80 members of his family and over 45,000 of his parishioners were exterminated. He escaped through the Congo on foot in the middle of the night. When he left Rwanda at that time he made a promise to his Bishop that he would return to bring healing to his people. He spent 3 months in Belgium during the genocide at which time he said that he cried every day. After a trip to Lourdes where he heard Jesus tell him “Ubald, carry your cross,” he felt a release from the burden of his sorrows and knew he was called to preach healing, forgiveness and reconciliation.

Fr. Ubald has a beautiful healing gift and his focus is on healing and evangelization wherever he goes. There are many documented cases of physical healings, spiritual healings, healings in relationships and emotional healings through his prayers. It is not uncommon for him to celebrate a healing service in his country where anywhere from 10,000-60,000 people will be in attendance. His masses are often held in football stadiums!

The Government of Rwanda seeks him out for advice on forgiveness and reconciliation as the country continues to rebuild after the devastation of the genocide. He continues to preach healing, forgiveness and reconciliation in Rwanda, the Congo and Burundi. He has also traveled all over Europe, the Holy Land and other parts of Africa. He made his first trip to the United States in 2009, at the request of Immaculee’ Ilibagiza, author of “Left To Tell, “ another genocide survivor, who currently resides in the US.


About Father McAlear

Father McAlear, a native of Boston, Massachusetts, entered the religious order of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in 1960. He studied in Rome and was ordained there in 1970, after receiving degrees in Philosophy (Ph.L.) and Theology (S.T.L.). He returned to the United States, where he taught high school and received another degree in Religious Education (M.A.).

In 1972, Father McAlear became involved in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and he entered into the healing ministry in 1976. His ministry and work have brought him to every part of the United States, Asia, South America, Canada, Australia, New Guinea, Guatemala, Italy, France, Portugal, Scotland and Rwanda.

Father McAlear has been a member of the Association of Christian Therapists since 1977, and a past director of Our Lady of Hope Center in Newburgh, NY. In Newburgh, his charismatic work included healing prayer along with a strong outreach to the poor and needy in that area.
Father McAlear was subsequently appointed as the Vocation Director for the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. In this capacity he was stationed in Washington, D.C. where for ten years, he recruited young men for the priesthood. Upon completing his term as Vocation Director he was assigned to devote himself full time to teaching and the healing ministry.
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