John of God

Medium Joao Teixeira de Faria

John of God (also known as Medium Joao Teixeira de Faria and as Joao de Deus in Portuguese) was born in the early 1940s in the State of Goias, Brazil. His unique gift of mediumship opened up when he was a teenager.

For over 50 years, Medium Joao has been fulfilling his mission to alleviate the suffering of humanity by serving as a vessel for the Entities of Light and Love to work through him at The Casa de Dom Inacio (The House of Saint Ignatius), in a village called Abadiania in Brazil.

Medium Joao was spiritually lead to Abadiania to build this healing center: He is a full trance medium who allows healing spirits (Entities) to work through him.

​Joao de Deus is the strongest full trance medium alive today in Brazil and probably the world. He is able to incorporate many different spirits. This unique ability gives us the rare chance to interact verbally with these Entities and ask for advice and help with health and life issues.

““I am the happiest man in the world because God has entrusted me with this mission.” ~ Medium Joao Teixeria de Faria

John of God recognized and honoured by the Catholic Church (Article)
This week I had the privilege to hand over a degree signed by Cardinal Bertone, the secretary of Vatican-State that honours John of God as a knight-commander of the Order of St Gregory the Great. A wonderful signal of the Catholic Church to honour a man who certainly has facilitated more miracle healing than all Saints together.

Joao de Deus is the greatest living representative of Spiritism tradition, in the country that has the greatest number of practitioners – Brazil. In a public survey to find the most popular brazilian person Chico Xavier turned to be number one even before national heroes like Ayrton Senna.

John of God considers Chico Xavier his mentor and guide that brought him to establish his clinic in Abadania.

In Brazil where I see more people going to church and where churches of all sizes are full even during the week. Spiritism, by most, is not considered a replacement for Religion but an addition.

Also John of God leaves no doubt about his primary allegiance to the Catholic tradition and in particular that of the Jesuits, as he named his clinic after Ignatius de Loyola the founder of the Jesuits whom he considers his guide and the symbol of the Jesuits and their motto : “Ad maiorem Dei gloriam” (“For the greater glory of God.”) Read the Full Article

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Wayne Dyer’s Leukemia & John of God’s Healings
Dr. Wayne Dyer’s Surgery from John of God, Pt 1
SuperSoul Sunday – Oprah Winfrey Network
Dr. Wayne Dyer’s Surgery from John of God, Pt 2
SuperSoul Sunday – Oprah Winfrey Network

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