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Breakthrough Healing Workshop draws hundreds of attendees
Linda Oppelt
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Breakthrough Healing Workshop draws hundreds of attendees

By Vickie Smith

COLORADO SPRINGS. The St. Thomas Aquinas Society held a three-day Breakthrough Healing Workshop Jan. 27-29 at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. 

The workshop focused on areas that block physical and spiritual healing, such as unforgiveness, fears and lies, soul ties, occult practices, and family sin patterns. Participants were invited to join in prayer and sever any ties that have kept them from healing. Afterwards, prayer teams made themselves available to pray over those who requested it.

Speakers included Patrick and Joy Campbell of the Cross of St. Benedict Society, Father James Blount of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity, and several others. The conference also featured musical performances from Annie Karto and Tony Melendez.

The event was livestreamed to people around the world via Facebook and websites of participating organizations. Video recordings of portions of the workshop can be viewed on the St. Thomas Aquinas Society Facebook page.

For more information on the St. Thomas Aquinas Society, visit www.stthomasaquinassociety.org.

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