Augustinian Healing Ministry:

For over 30 years, Father Albert MacPherson, O.S.A., has traveled the globe on a healing mission. He takes his special healing ministry to parishes and provides parish communities with healing Masses and retreats.

Born in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1941 into a family of thirteen children, Father joined the Order of Saint Augustine in 1962, and was ordained to priesthood in 1974. He did undergraduate studies at Saint Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, and Villanova University, before pursuing graduate theological studies at the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.

After fourteen years of experience in spiritual renewal work, including ten years of pastoral experience in parishes in Ontario, New York, and Florida, Father MacPherson began full-time healing ministry in 1983. A member of the Association of Christian Therapists, Father MacPherson has given healing missions throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean Islands.

Thousands have been helped through his healing ministry – spiritually, psychologically and physically.

To learn more or to schedule a healing mission in your parish, contact Father MacPherson at:
Our Mother of Consolation Friary
300 Haverhill Street
Lawrence, MA 01840-1264
Phone: 978-685-1111, ext. 22

To learn more about the healing power of prayer:
We invite you to read Instruction on Prayers for Healing, from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

What others are saying about the Augustinian Healing Ministry:
“…a deep effect on the parish, some physical healings but more to the point, many spiritual healings. The fruit is still quite evident.” Monsignor Edmund H. Dumas, New York

“…extremely helpful to many of the parishioners. There were many physical and spiritual healings.” Father William Killion, Florida

“…the 100% turnout for the Sacrament of Reconciliation and the sincerity and integrity of all participants, the best I have witnessed in 25 years… I recommend this type of mission for any parish.” Father Richard J. Laffin, Nova Scotia

“…a real turning point…” Father W. Howard McGraw, O.S.A., New York

“We will never be the same…” Father Timothy F. Nolan, Minnesota

“…a greater spirit of peacefulness and prayerfulness…” Father Anthony F. Peace, New York

“…a very deep tangible sense of loving presence and peace of God – something that is much needed in our secularized and materialistic society.” Father Eamon Tobin, Florida