Belen Jesuit Preparatory School to host a conference for healing, deliverance

Belen Jesuit Preparatory School will host a conference for healing and deliverance. (Photo by Luis Quintero from Pexels)

Belen Jesuit Preparatory School will hold a healing and deliverance conference called "Unbound- God's Gift of Freedom in Christ" on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in Cosculluela Hall, 6th Street Parking Lot, Miami, FL.

According to the Eventbrite post, the event will discuss the instructions on praying according to the 5 Keys Model and prayer activations.

Unbound- God's Gift of Freedom in Christ

As mentioned, Fr. Giuseppe Maria Siniscalchi, CFR, will be the conference facilitator.

At 9:30 a.m., the event will reportedly celebrate the various celebrations of the Solemnity of the Assumption.

The conference will discuss various topics, including the importance of praying for healing and deliverance and getting it, the form of prayer that does unbound follow, and how people can experience the joy and freedom that Jesus brings.

The figure is also available for private individual prayer sessions lasting approximately 90 minutes. 

During the session, participants can share their experiences or prayer requests in a safe and confidential setting where an unbound-trained leader and intercessor will guide them. 

It is reportedly a powerful prayer for emancipation.

Moreover, participants are required to register first before attending the conference and are required to read the first seven chapters of Unbound by Neal Lozano to get ready for the event.

Donations during the event will be accepted in person or by mailing a check to the Community of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (CFRS).

In addition, the conference is organized by St. Mary of the Assumption Unbound Prayer Ministry.

Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

Cognia recognizes the Belen Jesuit Preparatory School. The Jesuit School is also a member of the Jesuit Schools Network (JSN) and the Jesuit High School College Counselors Association, in addition to being associated with the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEE).

In 1854, Queen Isabel II of Spain established the institution in Havana, Cuba, which was still part of Cuba at the time.

The responsibility of educating students was given to the priests and brothers of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), whose teaching tradition is synonymous with academic quality and spiritual discipline. The Jesuits were given the task of educating students to fulfill their mission.

In 1961, the newly installed political regime in Cuba took possession of the school property. It evicted the Jesuit faculty from the country.

The school was restarted in Miami the same year, and its enrollment steadily increased for the following decade.

As mentioned, the structure in which Belen School now conducts its educational activities was once used as the convent and convalescent hospital of Our Lady of Belen; consequently, the school got its name from this historical fact.

Following the Ignatian tradition of excellence, the Belen Jesuit, as a Catholic Jesuit college preparatory school, aims to guide and support the students in their process of becoming men who are proficient in both English and Spanish, open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to doing justice. 

It is done so their graduates can work as leaders to defend the faith and promote justice in a multicultural society.


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