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Cenacle Prayer Enrollment

"God uses our individual gifts as women to bring Christ’s love to all we meet."

- Dr. Carolyn Jacobs, Ph.D. & Auxiliary

Prayer Enrollment

Prayer Enrollment Office permanently closed on 1/29/21.

We are sorry to inform you that we are bringing our Cenacle Prayer Card ministry as it is to closure. The final day for phone, mail, email and online orders was Friday, January 29th. Orders received before January 29th will be fulfilled as soon as possible.  Although the prayer cards will be discontinued, our call to pray for you and those whom you have enrolled is a responsibility we take seriously. Let us pray together as we go forward into a yet unknown future.  For further information, see the letter posted here: Closing PE Letter January 2021.


The History

This spiritual ministry began in 1928, when Mother Mary Shannon, r.c. recalled the words of Saint Therese Couderc, the Foundress of the Cenacle Sisters, "...I saw as written as in letters of gold this word Goodness." Each Cenacle Enrollment is beautifully hand-lettered and custom-inscribed by a Cenacle Calligrapher in gold ink. 

Overview of our Prayer Enrollment Ministry which ended 1/29/21

When you give someone a Cenacle Enrollment Card or Folder, you are giving the gift of prayer. Enrollment in this ministry provides for the celebration of monthly Masses offered for all those enrolled and those who enroll them. Both you and those enrolled are remembered in the daily prayer of the Cenacle Sisters and by the many friends of the Cenacle. There is a Cenacle Prayer Enrollment Card or Folder for every occasion.

When you choose the gift of a Cenacle Prayer Enrollment, your offering helps to support the many spiritual ministries of the Cenacle Sisters, such as retreats, spiritual direction and adult faith formation.

Cenacle Prayer Enrollment Cards & Certificate Folders are ideal for:

  • Sharing the Joy of a Special Event
  • Celebrating the Holidays
  • Giving Comfort & Reassurance
  • During Illness
  • Providing Support During times of difficulty
  • Expressing Sympathy for Those Grieving the Loss of a Loved One