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New Cenacle Publication

That God May Be All in All: Christian Life and Sacred Paradox is the title of my new book, recently published.

We might truly wonder about this mysterious Biblical phrase: "that God may be all in all" (from 1 Corinthians 15). What does it mean for God to be all in all? Is this a promise only for the end of time, or does it contain a call to us now?

How are we to let ourselves be transformed in the God who is Unknown, yet at the same time is our most intimate Knowing? And what about the wondrous mystery that the God who is supremely Other longs for us to share the divine life in Christ?

I invite you to take a look on Amazon.com, which will let you view samples of the book.  Just click on the picture of the cover, and you will be taken there.


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Rejoice with us! The Cenacle is celebrating 125 years since our arrival in North America.

This is a picture of the first four Religious of the Cenacle to arrive in New York from France in 1892.

"It was not without emotion," wrote Mother Bachelard, "that we saw the shores of France fade from our view, but we bore within our hearts One, Who being All things and everywhere, annihilates distance and bestows the necessary strength for every sacrifice. Henceforth all our thoughts and efforts were to be turned toward that American land where He was awaiting us."

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A New Provincial Installed

On Saturday September 26, 2015 the Cenacle Sisters celebrated the installation of a new Provincial and her council with a Mass and festive meal. Sr. Rose Hoover, r.c. (on the right of the photo) and her four councilors will now begin their 3 year terms as the leadership of the Cenacle Sisters in the North American Province.  The Sisters and guests thanked the previous provincial, Sr. Evelyn Jegen, r.c., (on the left of the photo) and her councilors for their 6 years of dedicated work on behave of the congregation. They also welcomed and prayed for Sr. Rose and her new council. May the Light of the Good God shine upon Sr. Rose and her leadership team.

 

 

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