Father John Horn, S.J. is a Co-Founder of the Institute for Priestly Formation at Creighton University. He currently serves as the rector of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary in St. Louis.
"Your teaching in the Five Keys brings faith alive unlike any other catechesis that I have witnessed."
Reverend Peter F. Ryan, S.J. is a highly respected moral theologian and currently serves as Executive Director, Secretariat of Doctrine for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
"You rightly highlight the importance of the Sacrament of Penance as the best way to let go of sin, and then you help people find the freedom they need to effectively resist the temptation to turn back to the sins they have found themselves repeatedly confessing."
Reverend Monsignor Michael Magee is the Chair of the department of Systematic Theology at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
" I like the fact that your approach begins with the actual experience of the person and is focused on his or her relationship with the Lord in the light of solid biblical teaching and Church doctrine rather than on any esoteric knowledge of demonic names and activity or any direct confrontation with them."
Most Reverend Andrew H. Cozzens is an Auxiliary Bishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
"This has been a great resource for those who come to the parish in need of deeper deliverance and healing. These teams now pray at least weekly with people from the Archdiocese."
Mother Katherine Caldwell, TOR is the Mother superior of the Franciscan Sisters, T.O.R. in Toronto, Ohio.
"I began using the keys when I made a thirty-day retreat to walk through with the Lord the past twenty-five years. It was amazing how God has used this simple tool as a means to manifest His healing, forgiveness, and freedom."
Other Endorsements from Leading Catholics
"As priests, we frequently hear of confusion and pain in the confessional and in private counseling appointments. The pastoral approach of seeking one's "freedom" in Christ by way of this process of deliverance ministry is very much needed in today's society."
"As the whole church answers the call to a New Evangelization, I pray that your participation in this workshop will foster your ministry to preach the Gospel with fervor and joy and to assist those bound by sin and trauma to heal past hurts and come to an ever-deeper friendship with the Lord Jesus."
"My listening skills have changed as I minister to people. My priesthood has come alive in ways I never thought would be possible. I truly understand the vocation of priesthood, not from a theological perspective, but from a practical dimension as a disciple sent to announce the Kingdom of God."
"I have found Neal's approach effective and powerful in bringing almost all the cases that come to me to a greater freedom and a more balanced and healthier spiritual life within the Church."
"The talk by Neal Lozano about original sin and the devil's lie about our identity and God's identity has given me a simple and profound model to preach about spiritual warfare. It has given me the tools to unmask the face of evil in our world, culture, and our communities."