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Join us for our Cenacle Spiritual Director Christmas Gathering, we look forward to seeing you soon!
 
Date: December 20, 2017
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Location: Memorial Drive Lutheran Church
Address: 12211 Memorial Dr, Houston, TX 77024
 
To register or more information, email or call
Ministry@CenacleRetreatHouse.org or 281.497.3131
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Harvey: Recovery Mode

Dear Friends,

On Monday, we were blessed to have the Insurance Adjuster meet with the Sisters and assess the damage as result of Hurricane Harvey and release of the water from the dams. Sisters and Staff were able to begin assisting with the mucking and removal of damaged items, with the help of Belfor USA Team.  Today, the mucking and clean up continues, here are pictures of our Sisters, Provincial, Treasure and Cenacle Staff helping in the Recovery efforts, we are currently taking donations for Harvey Recovery.

God bless you all and thank you for keeping us in your prayers, please know you are in ours!

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Cenacle Associates are women and men who make yearly promises to live Cenacle spirituality in secular life.  Cenacle Partners in Ministry are women and men who make yearly promises like the Associates and add a commitment to particpate in Cenacle ministry.

Free Will Offering

June 16-18, 2017  7pm Friday - 1:30pm Sunday

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Inner Healing Day of Prayer takes a look at our memories.  Good memories seem to enliven us to move forward in life.  Memories of hard times or past difficulties sometimes seem set in stone and hold us back.  How do we activate our memories to serve us rather than weigh us down or impede our growth?  Come and see what the healing Christ has for you.

 Minimum Offering: $45 includes lunch

Cenacle Healing Team

Friday, April 7, 2016

9:30 am - 2 pm

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Jesus Christ Wants to Be with Us!

Join Fr. Buhler as we open our heart and life this Lent to Jesus who wants to dwell within us.

7pm Fri - 1:30 pm Sunday

March 24-26, 2017

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

9:30 am - 2:30 pm

Pause during this Lenten season for a day with Jesus as he journeys towards Jerusalem and his sacrifice of love for our salvation.

Minimum Offering: $45 includes lunch.

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Dealing with Prickly People

Join us for a workshop that focus on coming to a peaceful place within ourselves when dealing with people with whom we are uncomfortable. We will explore factors that contribute to "prickly" behavior, working at interior peace, setting boundaries, avoiding placing blame or trying to "fix" others, ways to affirm our own goodness and the goodness of others and tools to appropriately address prickly behavior.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Sr. Roselle Haas, rc

1:30 - 5 pm

Minimum Offering: $25 includes materials

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Presented by Sr. Mary Dennison, rc, Maria Pavlik, and Judy Leatherwood Smith this mid-week overnight retreat will take a look at the summons and gifts of our later years and how we respond to them with God's wisdom and grace, as we explore some life topics.

For women only 70+

Minimum Offering: $95

1:30 pm Wednesday, October 27 -  3 pmThursday, October 28, 2016

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No matter which side of politics you lean, everyone seems concerned about the future.  Here is an archived reflection written by Sr. Elizabeth Mozina, rc January 2007. It is a good reminder of where our focus should remain. 

It's January 4th and already the fresh, untouched, first page of the calendar for 2007 is smudged with the data of the unfinished left-overs of 2006.  Speculation runs riot - will this year be better or worse than 2006.  What should we have done; what do we do now?

Remember that a Savior was sent to us and that God incarnate still lives within us, calling us to be like Jesus. We incarnate God's Spirit in our person and we save each other through our love for each other just as Jesus did.

At our New Year's Eve Vigil, the presenter showed a short video called "What's Right with the World," by Dewitt Jones, a National Geographic photographer. The video urges us to be attentive to our perception of the world around us. What's right with what we see?

When we believe in the goodness and beauty around us, we'll see it. When we focus on what's right in our world, we will find it.  When we think peace, we'll recognize peace where it does exist.  It starts in your thoughts and it comes alive because you believe.

The Cenacle invites us to be still and through prayer, cleanse our lenses smudged with prejudice and with the negativity that makes 2007 already look like the worst of 2006.  We're prone to wearing the dark glasses of negative thinking that stifles the energy of hope - God's creative gift against chaos. We have the power to save ourselves by looking at our world as God does. Jesus has saved us! Do we believe that?  Can we make it come true?

Wishing you a clear vision.   Sr. Elizabeth, rc

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