About me

My name is Michelle and I am an advanced breast cancer patient. I have been dealing with cancer since 2002 when I was first diagnosed with stage III breast cancer. In 2006, my cancer had spread extensively throughout my bones. In the beginning of 2016, the cancer has spread a bit more in my bones, thyroid and now shows potentially small spots in the liver.

I was NED (no evidence of disease) almost 10 years, between 2006 and 2016. In that time, I converted to Catholicism. I was deeply struck by the lives of the saints, many who were once great sinners before totally embracing their faith. This showed me that we are all given a divine invitation to love our God and, more importantly, to let Him love us.

In 2011 – 2014, I was heavily involved at my parish in developing a cancer ministry that prays for patients all over the country in our adoration chapel. As the request for prayers grew, it became difficult for our local parish to handle the logistics of responding to so many people in a timely and efficient manner. I decided that the best way to serve cancer patients through prayer, is through an internet website that allows prayer warriors to post prayers to those who are in need of healing, no matter where either one lives.

The mission of this website is to facilitate prayer to those of us who suffer from cancer, in a reliable and instantaneous way that allows the patient, and their family, access to prayers for an indefinite period, as long as they have access to the internet. Although Catholic themed, prayer requests and petitions are available to anyone of any faith or background. Patients can feel comfort in knowing someone, a stranger even, took the time to speak his or her name in their heart.

Jesus said, whatever we ask of our Father, we will be given. He cannot deny the prayers of His beloved Children.

“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened. “ Matthew 7:7-8

God is with you, always!

Michelle Hurwitz

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