Aggie Neck

Sister Linda Koontz

Dr. Carol Razza

Maria Vadia

Robbin Simons

Father Tom DiLorenzo

Sister Linda Koontz

Sister Linda Koontz has been a sister of the Holy Name of Jesus and Mary since 1960. She spent eight years teaching religion in Washington State before being propelled by the Lord into her dynamic ministry. In 1971, after having experienced the power of the Holy Spirit in her life, Sister Linda began serving full time in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal with great faith-filled power. Sister Linda has truly gone “out to all the world” to share the Good News. She has ministered powerful gifts of knowledge and healing in numerous countries. Always present in her ministry is the life-giving word of God bringing renewal to the hearts and minds of all who hear her.

At the present time, Sister Linda is based in El Paso, Texas and ministers to the poorest of the poor in Juarez, Mexico through the outreach ‘The Spirit of the Lord International Mission’. Evangelization, healing and zealous love for the poor are the gifts that she brings to the body of Christ.

She is a well-known evangelist, preacher and teacher of God’s Word. She has traveled around the world proclaiming the Good News of salvation and baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Baptized in the Holy Spirit over thirty years ago, she has kept the “fire” going in her own life and has set many people on “fire” for the Lord Jesus! The gifts of the Holy Spirit, which St. Paul encourages us to “eagerly desire” them , (1 Cor. 14:1), are well manifested in Sr. Linda’s ministry. Don’t miss this opportunity to praise and worship our God and to listen to what the Lord is saying through Sister Linda!





Dr. Carol J. Razza

Dr. Carol J. Razza is a Psychotherapist licensed by the state of Florida in Mental Health Counseling. Her degrees include an Ed.D. in Child and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University, an M.S. in Counseling Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and a B.S. in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University.


Dr. Razza is a fulltime faculty member and formation advisor at St. Vincent de Paul Seminary. She also serves as the Coordinator of the Palm Beach Diocese Magnificat and serves on the Advisory Board for the International Magnificat. She has worked in private practice as a psychotherapist for over twenty-five years. She has written two books, Sonblock, How Christians unknowingly shield themselves from Grace, and Parent me....Please, a book helping parents to parent their adolescents. Carol also presents at seminars, conferences, workshops, and retreats both nationally and internationally.


Carol’s greatest blessings include her marriage of over thirty-nine years to her husband Paul, and their wonderful sons and daughters-in-law.



Robbin Simons

Robbin Simons, originally from Little Compton, RI, has lived in Miami, FL, since 1985.  Robbin felt the call to dance ministry in July of that year while pursuing a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Ministries at St. Thomas University in Miami.  She conducted research in the area of dance and worship, which resulted in her thesis project, Freeing the Spirit Within.  After two years of prayer, instruction and careful discernment, in 1987 Robbin founded Disciples in Motion dance ministry at St. Louis Catholic Church in Miami, and she continues to serve as its director.  In addition, Robbin holds a certificate in Scripture Study, also obtained at St. Thomas University.  She currently teaches Sacred Studies, dance and music at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School in Miami. 


In October of 2002, Robbin was invited as a guest speaker for the 2002 Theological Symposium, an annual gathering of the Association of Diocesan Liaisons to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.  Her presentation unveiled the role of dance as an experience of praise and worship under the symposium’s theme of Prayer and Ecclesial Maturity: Worship in the Spirit.


Robbin has ministered in many cities throughout the United States and Canada, and has had the opportunity to work with such Christian worship leaders as Paul Wilbur, Don Moen, Robert Stearns and Chuck King.  Since 1999, Robbin has been part of the dance company for Exaltation, an annual conference on worship and the arts, held in Columbus, OH.  She has served on the dance team for the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem Taste of the Feast events in Florida.  In September of 1994, Robbin was called to minister in Jerusalem, Israel, for the Feast of Tabernacles celebration hosted by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem.


As a conference speaker and workshop leader, Robbin has been invited to address gatherings and to share her experience in dance ministry in Florida, New York, Virginia, Louisiana, Ohio, Illinois, and Toronto, Canada.  She is a founding member of CAMP – Catholic Association of Ministers of Praise – and is responsible for the dance division of this organization.  Since 1999, Robbin has been a member of the praise and worship team for the annual National Catholic Charismatic Conference, serving as both a vocalist and as a dance leader.

With almost 20 years experience in dance and ministry, Robbin brings her love for the Lord, her call as a worshipper, and her gift of dance to every worship situation.


Aggie Neck

Aggie Neck was baptized in the Holy Spirit in March 1972.  She served as a member of the National Service Committee from 1999 to 2009 and as Chairman for seven of those years. She currently is on the Council to the National Service Committee. Aggie has been in full time ministry since 1989 as a Director of Servant House, a Catholic Charismatic House of Prayer in Marksville, LA.  She speaks at Conferences and days of Renewal as well as Retreats, Nationally and Internationally.  She is a Scripture teacher, a member of the Southern Regional Conference Steering Committee in New Orleans, LA and the Diocesan Service Committee in the Alexandria Diocese.


She and her husband Clyde have three children and four grandchildren. 



Maria Vadia

Born in Havana, Cuba, Maria was 10 years old when she and her family fled to Miami, Florida to escape the communist regime in her native country. She attended Catholic schools and was a “Sunday” Catholic with no personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Later married to a wealthy man, she was gripped by materialism; yet in the midst of everything the world could offer, she knew that something was missing.


Maria was baptized in the Holy Spirit in 1987 and consecrated her life to the Lord Jesus Christ and to the preaching of the Gospel. In spite of great adversity, the Lord has been with her like a “mighty warrior” (Jeremiah 20:11).


Maria is active in the “Catholic Charismatic Renewal” of the Archdiocese of Miami and has spoken at many charismatic conferences. She is founder of the “Jesus is Lord” chapter of Magnificat in Miami, and a member of the Advisory Board of Magnificat, International, a ministry for Catholic Women. She has traveled around America and the Caribbean, Malta, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania Indonesia, Canada, India, Poland, Italy, among other nations, bringing a message of faith, salvation and healing. She ministers the Word to various prayer groups, including “The King Jesus Prayer Group” which she has faithfully led since 1992, as well as at the Miami Women’s Detention Center and Genesis House, a home for the homeless with AIDS (presently closed). Led by the Holy Spirit, her foundation is now helping the pygmies in Kabale, Uganda, with new houses.


As the founder of “The Glory of God Foundation”, Maria is committed to making Jesus known to the nations by the preaching of the gospel in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is her desire to see the Catholic Church restored with the beauty of the Bride of Christ, accompanied by miracles, signs and wonders. Maria has authored six books; There is Power in Your Tongue, Pressing on in the Spirit, An Arrow in His Hand, Healing is for You, Break Open Your Wells, and Victory in the Eye Gate. As a leader of Warriors of Worship Ministries (, Maria and her team have helped many to go deeper into worship and truly experience the glory of God.


Maria is the mother of four: Ricky, Victor, Eddy and Rosario, and a grandmother of four: Victoria, Alejandra, Eduardo and Micaela.


Father Tom

Father Tom DiLorenzo

Father Tom was born in East Boston, Massachusetts in 1946. He graduated from Salem State College, Salem Ma. in 1968, and was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Boston by Humberto Cardinal Medeiros in 1979. He has served as a parochial vicar at Sacred Heart Church, Quincy, Ma and at St. Adelaide's Church, Peabody, Ma. He is currently the Administrator of Holy Rosary Church in Winthrop, just outside Boston. Father Tom has been active in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal for over two decades, and has preached at countless conferences and prayer meetings. In 1984 he began In Season and Out of Season, a Catholic evangelical Bible outreach on radio. His program is now heard on over 25 stations across the U.S., and is also carried by WEWN, the shortwave radio ministry of Mother Angelica's Eternal Word Television Network.
Fr. Tom has a great love for the Church and has made the enhancement of spirituality of our parish life a priority in his ministry.



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