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Through reclaiming the historic site of the “Duquesne Weekend”, The Ark and The Dove, home of Baptism in the Holy Spirit, we seek to foster unity with those who have received this outpouring and to extend that grace for generations to come.

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ICCRS Donates Cross of the Renewal

For the 50th Anniversary Celebration,
ICCRS commissioned the statue of the Cross of the Renewal
which was dedicated on the morning of February 18, 2017.

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New Life in the Spirit

Our third reflection in our lead-up to our Jubilee Pentecost Celebration is from Andres Arango. In his reflection on New Life in the Spirit, he writes "Usually, when people ask me, "What is the Catholic Charismatic Renewal?", I reply: "It is a style of life". It is...

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The Immediacy of Salvation

Our second reflection in our lead-up to our Jubilee Pentecost Celebration is from David Mangan, participant of the "Duquesne Weekend." David reflects on one aspect of the Life in the Spirit Seminar: Salvation. The resurrection makes the Kingdom of God immediately...

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The Love of Jesus in our hearts forever!

In the weeks leading up to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal's Jubilee Pentecost Celebration, we've asked some of our friends to reflect on different aspects of Life in the Spirit.  Our first reflection is from Fr. Joseph Mele from the Diocese of Pittsburgh and...

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National Catholic Register (EWTN) Article on Golden Jubilee

Joseph Pronechen of the National Catholic Register interview Patti Mansfield, Alan Schreck, and Johnny Bertucci. Catholic Charismatic Renewal Celebrates Golden Anniversary From The Ark and the Dove in Pittsburgh, where it began, to the Circus Maximus in Rome, where...

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Fr. Cantalamessa sends note to anniversary event

“The kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed which a man took and sowed in his field. It is the smallest of all the seeds, but when it has grown it is the biggest of shrubs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air can come and shelter in its branches” (Mt...

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