Through the Passionate Walk individuals tell of their miraculous experience with Christ in a unique way. Watch THE PASSIONATE WALK 2013 video and get a glimpse of the wonderful experiences the Lord has blessed His people with.
The Lord has touched so many through the ministries here at Cypress Springs Mercedarian Prayer Center. Please take a moment to read a few of the testomonies from those who have had a personal life-changing experience because of His work.
Have you had an experience that you'd like to share? Please tell us your story here.
"My name is Laura Putnam, and I have known Sister Dulce for over 13 years, ever since she was the principle at our daughters’ school in Barstow, CA. Over the years, Sister strengthened our faith in God and our commitment to the Catholic Church; and showed us how to 'pray for everything and worry about nothing.' We have become very close to Sister and consider her part of our family."
THE LUCKIEST MAN ON EARTH
"My name is Jamie Navarre and I am 34 years old. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer in November 2010. On my last visit with Sister Dulce, we talked about being a witness and how I needed to approach my generation a little differently. I thought long and hard about how the Lord might be working with me instead of asking, “Why me?” I asked myself, “What is he using me for?” I knew that there had to be a reason why He chose me..."
SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE
"My visit to sister in October of 2010 was to discuss the illness that I had developed. I had recently been diagnosed with primary autoimmune hemolytic anemia in June of 2010. This disease attacked my red blood cells in my body because my immune system saw them as a virus or something it needed to destroy. It left me very low on blood, weak, and unable to perform daily activities. I was in the hospital for two weeks..."
"Imagine being 25 weeks pregnant and hearing the words, 'Your baby boy has a rare, complex congenital heart defect and will die soon after birth.' Those are the words my husband and I heard after going in for a routine sonogram, having had till then a healthy and normal pregnancy. The date was July 28, 2003. As we tried to absorb the words we had just heard, we tearfully looked at each other and we both just went numb..."
"I guess you could call me a late bloomer because it seems as though things just take me a little longer to achieve. It has been that way my whole life. I had a great career and a wonderful life but was missing someone to share it with. I met that person when I was 28 and by 30 we were married. After a year of marriage we wanted to start our family. We tried unsuccessfully for a year before getting the doctors involved..."
A MOTHER'S PRAYER
"My name is Heather Hebert. I am a 29 year old mother of two. The day after my first child, Ethan, was born the doctor diagnosed him with hip dysplasia, which is a condition that means his hip sockets were flat instead of curved. Without a curve in the hip socket the leg bone has no where to attach. Not knowing anything about this condition I pictured my son in a wheel chair for the rest of his life..."
A BUTTERFLY TO AN ANGEL
"On March 3, 2001 my life's journey was changed forever when my daughter Kasey became a quadriplegic on life support. She couldn’t speak but had her full brain at the age of twenty-one. Kasey was often in a lot of pain and one day her friend Sloan Deumite told her about a healing nun named Sister Dulce. Sloan thought that she would be able to help Kasey with her pain because we were told by the doctors that Kasey was a miracle..."
MEN'S PRAYER GROUP
"I've been attending Sister Dulce's Men's prayer group since May, 2009. I feel very fortunate to be a member of this group in that it is indeed such an incredible blessing to spend time first thing in the morning in the presence of such an inspirational and moving person as Sister Dulce, and to be able to truly observe and feel the undeniable connection she has with the Good Lord. It is beyond anything I have ever experienced..."
I HAVE ALWAYS QUESTIONED...WHY AM I HERE?
"In June of 2014, I began having pain behind my left eye. I was treated for sinus but the treatments did not help. In November, my vision became blurred and I started having eye flashes and then floaters. I had another appointment with my optometrist in December which led to the eye surgeon on the same day. The eye surgeon said I had a lesion that was in a difficult to reach location near the optic nerve. I was told that cancer..."