Eddies Stones on Healing
Eddie Stones felt a calling to be a healer and his story has been one of our most requested pieces. Here Conor Deane does a follow up with him on Mercy. He talks about living with Mercy and without Judgment of others.
Eddie Stones and his wife Lucy live in Emmanuel House of Providence which is under the ecclesiastical authority of Bishop John Kirby of Clonfert. It is located about 300 metres from the old Cathedral, where a beautiful new oratory has been built, and a large meeting hall, tearoom, toilet block, ten confessionals and a Divine Mercy Shrine. The old stone farm buildings have been renovated to provide living accommodation, office, shop and other facilities.
In 1990 Eddie and Lucy Stones moved to Emmanuel House with their family in response to God’s call. Eddie Stones felt a strong calling to healing and his vision along with his wife, Lucy was that the centre should be a spiritual hospital where people can experience the healing power of God in spirit, mind and body. He explains more to Conor.