Evangelist Morris Cerullo Death

Name: Evangelist Morris Cerullo
Age: 88 years
Death Date: July 11 2020
Death Place: America
Cause Of Death: Pneumonia

American Pentecostal evangelist who has traveled extensively around the world for his ministry, Morris Cerullo has passed away. Pastor Morris Cerullo died today July 11 2020. Morris hosts Victory Today, a daily television program, and has published more than 80 books.

His family had yesterday asked Christians all over the world to pray to Morris Cerullo.  Dr. Cerullo  is being treated for Pneumonia at the hospital, the family reported on Thursday July 9 2020.

Morris Cerullo cause is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

Cerullo was born in Passaic, New Jersey to a Russo-Jewish/Italian family. His parents died in an automobile accident when he was very young. He was raised in various orphanages, the last being an Orthodox Jewish orphanage in nearby Clifton, New Jersey.

He converted to Christianity at age 14 with the guidance of a nurse in the Clifton, New Jersey, orphanage.

Soon after, Jewish orphanage directors restricted him from practicing certain matters of his new faith, so he ran away from the orphanage. He began preaching the gospel at the age of 16, after claiming to have seen a vision from God, in which he witnessed people suffering torments in Hell.

He attended and graduated from divinity school in New York state in 1953, and began ministering with the help of his then soon-to-be bride Theresa. In the early 1950s, he was ordained in the Assemblies of God.

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Evangelist Morris Cerullo’s Final Crusade

After 72 years of worldwide ministry – 67 years of God-blessed marriage – celebrating his 87th birthday – and one year after receiving a supernatural death to life healing miracle from paralyzing vasculitis – international evangelist, Dr. Morris Cerullo has announced his final crusades this fall in four major North American cities and London, England (June 22-23), Los Angeles (August 24-25), Toronto (October 5-6), New York (October 12-13), Washington, DC (November 9-10).

Morris said, “God said, America needs to experience once more my supernatural power … just like I healed you, I want you to take My healing power to London – Los Angeles – Toronto – New York – and Washington, DC.” I must be faithful to the Lord! I am calling on believers everywhere to stand with me – to pray with me – mark these dates down for a great harvest of souls and make your plans to join me.” (To request complimentary commemorative tickets visit www.mcwe.com.)

Each crusade featured two, great, historic, power-packed days of impartation – salvation – healing – teaching – miracles, special music and the old-fashioned power of God!

Dr. Cerullo will be hosting special Pastor Prayer Breakfasts in each city to personally minister and share his heart for these final crusades to bless the pastors and churches of Los Angeles, Toronto, New York and Washington, DC. If you are a pastor or ministry leader, please call 817-554-2060 to confirm your attendance for the complimentary 10 a.m. Pastor Prayer Breakfast in Toronto (May 14th), Los Angeles (June 9th), New York (June 25th), and Washington, DC (July, 16th).

Tributes Floods Twitter

For many years Morris Cerullo conducted repeated “Schools of Ministry” in several countries like Mexico, Brazil, The Philippines, Korea, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia, Netherlands and many others. During these “SOMs” one of the days of the conferences he would preach in an open air crusade, or a large theater/arena, and lead people in a commitment to Jesus Christ and then would pray for healing to happen in the crowd.

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Morris Cerullo was born in Passaic, New Jersey to a Russo-Jewish/Italian family. His parents died in an automobile accident when he was very young. He was raised in various orphanages, the last being an Orthodox Jewish orphanage in nearby Clifton, New Jersey. He converted to Christianity at age 14 with the guidance of a nurse in the Clifton, New Jersey, orphanage.