The Promise is to You

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The Dynamics of Praise

“Why would anyone want to spend their Friday night doing praise and worship?” We are frequently asked this. It begs a deeper question: What’s so important about praise? In praise we recognize God. The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us, “Praise is the form of prayer which recognizes most immediately that God is God. […]

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T-bone Steaks and the Holy Spirit

When I was little our parish had a Ugandan priest come and visit. The families in our parish took turns inviting him to dinner. When it was our family’s turn my parents, in their usual fashion, went all out. They provided a big meal complete with t-bone steaks. In a story that is now etched […]

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Welcome to our blog: The Promise is to You!

At Pentecost, the apostle Peter exhorted everyone to receive the promise of the Holy Spirit: “For the promise is to you and to your children and to all that are far off, every one whom the Lord our God calls to him” (Acts 2:39). We who have been baptized have received the Holy Spirit. The […]

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Announcements:


This Friday - Night Vigil: A Trinitarian Night of Miracles Upper Room will be featured in this special international broadcast by Shalom World on Friday, April 27. This ~2 hour event will take the place of our regular Praise & Worship.
 
*Important: Please be seated by 7:20pm to be ready for the taping to begin at 7:30pm. NOTE: Your attendance is your consent to appear in this broadcast. Please click here for more important information.
 
NEW May - August Schedule: To give everyone a summer break, we'll only be having Upper Room on the 2nd and 4th Fridays from May through August. At Praise & Worship on 2nd Fridays we'll have prayer ministry, and we'll leave the 4th Fridays flexible for extended praise, testimonies, etc. There will still be a 5:30pm Mass on the other Fridays of the month.
 
Celebrating 50 Days of Easter: Easter Season is even longer than Lent...so how do we keep celebrating for 50 days? Check out our newest blog post here.
 
Save the Date: On May 18-19 we invite people of all ages to be transformed by the Holy Spirit at the Fire It Up! retreat. This is a dynamic, multi-media, family-friendly version of the Life in the Spirit Seminar. Click here for more information.
 
Charismatic Gifts of the Holy Spirit
1 Cor 12:8-10




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