The Promise is to You

From Springtime to Summer in the Church

By Christy Whiting, Upper Room Director Pittsburgh is not only the birthplace of the modern Catholic charismatic renewal, but it is where three rivers—the Ohio, Allegheny, and Monongahela—come together. It proved to be a symbolic location for the National Service Committee of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR)’s Jubilee Conference. There, an estimated 6,000 people gathered, […]

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Sow in Tears, but Reap Rejoicing

This post is written by Claudia Burns, a prayer minister at Upper Room and member of the Liturgical Art Committee at Christ the King. She wrote the icons of St. Mark and St. Luke that are next to the tabernacle. Her story is a beautiful witness that God does not abandon us during times of […]

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From Light to Peace

The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness—on them light has shined. ~Is 9:2 The sun broke through the cloud-covered winter sky as I read these words. They took on a new meaning as the thick, gloomy grayness was unexpectedly dispelled. With the […]

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Pentecost Graces

When I used to teach at the Holy Spirit Seminars, we had a saying: “When you ask the Holy Spirit to come, he never says ‘no.’” That was as true as ever this Pentecost weekend. Friday night’s Pentecost Praise & Worship had one of the most fire-filled worship sessions I’ve ever seen. In reference to […]

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New Saint of Interest to Charismatics

On Saturday, February 14, Pope Francis announced the canonizations on May 17 of three new saints. One of them, Mary of Jesus Crucified, O.C.D., is not well known outside the Order of Discalced Carmelites. She should be of interest to Charismatics, though, because of her deep devotion to the Holy Spirit, which she promoted ardently. […]

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Announcements:


Healing Service: Dr. Mary Healy and Paco Gavrilides will lead a healing service on Sunday, Nov. 26, from 7-9pm in the Worship Space. Invite family, friends, and anyone in need of physical, emotional, or spiritual healing. All are welcome!
 
This Friday, Nov. 24: Due to Thanksgiving, there will be a 5:30pm Mass, but there won't be an Upper Room dinner or Praise & Worship. Our regular schedule will resume on Friday, Dec. 1. In the meantime, come to our Healing Service!
 
Praise & Worship Pondering, 11/17/17: The gift of tongues is a *gift* from our Heavenly Father. He delights when we take joy in it. Holy Spirit, increase this gift in us!
 
Why Pray in Tongues? Check out our new blog post: "Pursue Love and Strive for the Spiritual Gifts".
 
Charismatic Gifts of the Holy Spirit
1 Cor 12:8-10




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