10 weeks at Saint Bruno Parish Hall

Monday, June 5th – August 8th, 2017

Praise and worship 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
Talk starts 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Small group sharing

Speakers and Topics

  1. Rev. Jay Nethulapti CPPS: YOU WILL RECEIVE POWER
  2. Rev. Cameron Faller: PRAYER
  4. Rev. Noel Santillan: FORGIVINESS AND HEALING
  5. Rev. Thomas Anthony SDB: GIFT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
  6. Ms. Lucy Kaloucava and Ms. Rose Payan Ph.D: BAPTISM IN THE SPIRIT
  7. Rev. Michael Brillantes: JESUS IS LORD
  8. Rev. Martin Njoalu: HOLY SPIRIT AND MARY
  9. Rev. Joseph Homick: TRANSFORMED BY THE SPIRIT
  10. Rev. Angel Quitalig: MASS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

Please Bring your Bible
Everyone is Welcome!!!!

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A Grace of God

Accepting the Baptism in the Holy Spirit does not mean joining a movement. It means embracing the fullness of our Christian initiation. It can touch anyone and everyone. It has an effect on every part of the life of the Church, because it equips us to serve God and one another in love and power, and sends us out to participate in the Church's ministry in the world. It revitalizes every program in our parish because it revitalizes every person who is involved in the programs. Living in the Spirit means participating fully in the Body of Christ. It can make our parishes real communities of love, from which we take the challenge of the Gospel into our social and work environment. Our mission is the mission of the Church – to transform society. What is essential is the presence and the power of the Holy Spirit. On this and on the gifts of the Spirit I don't see how we can compromise. At a recent public audience Pope John Paul II taught on the charisms in the life of the Church. He explained their importance in this way:

"The people of God's sharing in the messianic missions is not obtained only through the Church's ministerial structure and sacramental life. It also occurs in other ways – that of the spiritual gifts and charisms."

Charles Whitehead – On the Charismatic Renewal