Rev. Christopher J. Crotty, C.P.M.

Inner / Spiritual Healing

Rev. Christopher J. Crotty C.P.M. was born in 1967 and is a native of San Francisco, California. He attended Kolbe Academy, which was co-founded by his parents, Francis and Margaret Crotty. Fr. Crotty was the first high school graduate of the program. In 1986 Fr. Crotty began service in the United States Navy. He served with distinction in the medical corps eventually attending the anesthesia technologist program. Fr. Crotty served as an anesthesia technologist at Balboa Naval Hospital for four years. Having completed military service Fr. Crotty went on to work as a civilian anesthesia technologist at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose California.

In 1995 Fr. Crotty became a member of the Congregation of the Fathers of Mercy. In 1996 Fr. Crotty began studies in philosophy and in theology at Holy Apostles Seminary in Cromwell, Connecticut. On May 31st, 2001 Fr. Crotty was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Michael Sheridan in Russellville Kentucky. Following ordination Fr. Crotty served as the associate pastor at St. Martin of Tours in downtown Louisville Kentucky.

For the past several years Fr. Crotty has promulgated the rich teachings of the Holy Spirit and healing on missions, retreats and conferences. He also teaches nationwide on radio and other media resources. Prison work has been an outreach for some years as well.

Fr. Crotty is a member and supports the work of “The Association of Christian Therapists”. His work has also supported The Serra Club, Magnificat (women’s prayer groups), The Knights of Columbus, The Ancient Order of Hibernians, and The National Association of Private Catholic Institutes and Schools.

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Institute of the Holy Spirit

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Learn why Fr. Crotty says: “We are healed and set free for the work of salvation”.

Misericordia motus est.
“He was moved with Mercy”.
 (Luke 15:20)