ALL ARE WELCOME!
Upcoming Mass for Healing
Friday, August 12 at 7 P.M.
A Mass for Healing: ‘To Make Us Whole for the Good of the Church’
Church of the Holy Spirit
2300 Hickory Crest Drive, Memphis, TN 38119.
The Mass for Healing is sponsored by the Charismatic Renewal of the Memphis Diocese. The Mass will include the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Prayer teams will be available after completion of the Mass. The Mass will be preceded by Praise and Worship music beginning at 6:30 P.M. All are invited, there are no age restrictions
EACH SUNDAY 7-7:40PM
Join our Weekly Prayer Gathering for the Upcoming Sunday Readings
(or CALL Dc. Werner Rose 901-647-4204 for more information)
TYPICAL AGENDA FOR SUNDAY EVENING PRAYER GATHERING
(YOU MAY SIMPLY OBSERVE OR PARTICIPATE)
BISHOP BARRON’S SCRIPTURE Review
PRAYERS OF THE FAITHFUL
“Adelante! Going forward together… that all may be one” (John 17.21) Bishop David P. Talley,
“If today you hear the voice of God, harden not your hearts…”
Make a tax deductible gift by way of the Church of the Holy Spirit Website: http://www.hspirit.com
The Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) laid a doctrinal foundation that prepared in a more immediate way for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Of particular importance was the recognition in Lumen Gentium of the ongoing role of charisms in the life of the Church and the call to welcome them in a discerning manner.
The origin and growth of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal have occurred at a time in history when the Church is facing unprecedented challenges due to rapid secularization. The Charismatic Renewal allows people to experience the living God. Through baptism in the Spirit many have come to know God who is a loving father who acts in our lives, who guides protects, heals and gives his children the fulness of life.
International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services Doctrinal Commission