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Fr. Matt will be presenting both a weekend retreat as well as a Sunday afternoon program at the end of April. Join us for one or both.

April 24-26, 2015
Becoming a Wounded Healer
7pm Friday - 1:30 pm Sunday
The second half of life is to let God transform our emotional and spiritual wounds into the gifts of compassion and wisdom that will create a better world for the next generation. This weekend will allow time for wounds to heal where we feel we have been hurt by others, our own mistakes and even by God. We will then become wounded healers.
Minimum Offering: $185 includes overnight accommodations and 5 meals.

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Though St. Rose of Lima is known for her life of severe asceticism, she also attended to the needy, sometimes bringing sick and hungry person into her own home to better care for them.
Nor was Rose isolated from the happenings around her. Her awareness of the suffering of others often led her to protest against some of the oppressive practices of the Spanish overlords.
Saint Rose is the patroness of South America, the Phillipines and several groups of peoples including indigenous people of the Americas, the people of Lima and of Gardeners and Florists.
The Morning of Prayer will include: Prayer and Ritual; Presentation and Experience; and time for quiet reflection and sharing.

Wed. April 8, 2015
9 am - 12:30 pm
Presented by Cecilia Romero
Minimum Offering: $20

Call to Register or Walk Ins are welcome as well.
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Forgiveness for ourselves is essential to our well-being. To forgive too soon may be to side-step opportunities for growth. To forgive too late may cause more hurt and regret. The timeliness of God's greatest gift of forgiveness can make all the difference.

Inner Healing Day of Prayer
Forgiveness: Too Soon or Too Late?
Presented by Cenacle Inner Healing Team
Friday, April 10, 2015
9:30 am - 2 pm
Minimum Offering: $45 includes lunch

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Come to pray over the texts of the liturgies to enter into the events described in the scriptures. 

We proclaim Jesus as our Lord,
The Way that leads to the fullness of life,
The Truth that cannot be silenced,
The Final Word of a gracious God,
The one who calls us to life beyond the tomb.


Presented by:
Rev. John Rooney
April 3, 2015
Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
Minimum Offering: $45 includes lunch

Online Registration is now  closed. Call 281-497-3131 to register.
Walk Ins are welcome.

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The Cenacle Sisters thank all of you who supported us at the March 4 Spring Dinner -those of you were able to join us in person and those who were present with us in Spirit.

We greatly appreciate it that you could help us celebrate 60 years of God's goodness to us through our mission and service to the people of the Gulf Coast.

May God continue to bless you and your loved ones with his grace and peace.
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And the Winners Are!!
Congratulations to the winners of our raffle drawing held March 4th at the Annual Spring Dinner.  First prize of the hand quilted queen size quilt was won by Christina Deajon. Second prize of a Cenacle Weekend Retreat of their choice was won by Sherri Stiles. Third prize a hand painted prayer card valued at $100 was won by Julie Vogel. Fourth prize a Cenacle Prayer Shawl made by Sr. Mary Guido was won by Robert Bewley.  Thanks to everyone who participated.  Special thanks to our Cenacle Quilters for their labor of love. The quilters also made a special presentation of a quilted wall hanging of the Cenacle Cross for the Sisters.
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Come join Rev. Rihcard Buhler, SJ as he helps us open our hearts and lives this Lent to Jesus who wants to dwell with and within you.
Retreat begins at 7pm Friday, Mar 6 and concludes at 1:30 pm Sunday, Mar 8
Register Online or by call 281-497-3131
Overnight accommodations are for women only but men may attend as commuters.
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Though we often connect Lent with our sinful self, this season or renewal offers us an opportunity to strip away the masks and false identities and come home to the truth that we are God's beloved. Though our lives are smudged with misdeeds and missed opportunities, Lent invites us to listen to that still, small voice that reminds who we are as God's beloved.  Rev. Joe Nassal, CPPS is the presenter for this Silent Lenten Retreat that begins at 7pm on Friday, February 27 and goes through 1:30pm Sunday
Register Online or call 281-497-3131.  Overnight accommodations are for women only but men may attend as commuters.
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Didn't have time to attend Ash Wednesday Service but still want a special way to prepare for Lent.  Come join Sr. Mary Dennison, rc and the Cenacle Ministry Staff for a quiet Sunday afternoon of prayer, reflection and sharing as we walk the Lenten journey toward the Sacred Triduum and Easter.
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Valentine's Day

Each year on February 14th, many people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.” The day of romance we call Valentine’s Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia.

 

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