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“HEARTS LIKE WATER”

On February 17, 2018, a handful of Catholic Charismatic Renewal leaders gathered in the chapel at The Ark and The Dove retreat house outside Pittsburgh to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the historic “Duquesne Weekend,” where the Holy Spirit fell in power on a group of college students, as of a new Pentecost, in 1967.

The people gathered for the anniversary event were members of the Board of Directors and the Council of Advisors of The Ark and The Dove Worldwide. This included leaders from around the United States and Brazil, as well as former ICCRS Chairman Michelle Moran from London. They gathered to worship the Lord and listen to His voice as He spoke prophetic words about His plans for the next 50 years of Catholic Charismatic Renewal. They received many prophetic images involving water, including this word from Lamentations 2:19, “Pour out your heart like water in the presence of the Lord.”

The worship leader for this event was Leslie Bertucci, wife of The Ark and The Dove Worldwide Chairman Johnny Bertucci. Immediately upon returning home to New Orleans, Louisiana, Leslie was inspired to write a song whose lyrics came solely from the prophetic words given at the anniversary event. “Hearts Like Water” is the result of that divine inspiration.

The song is currently available on several digital download sites, including iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and Amazon. It will soon be available everywhere digital music is sold.

As you listen to this song, let the inspired word of God lead you to His throne room. Through your worship, allow yourself to “pour out your heart like water before the Lord,” holding nothing back from Him Who is worthy of all our praise. Come Holy Spirit and renew the face of the earth!

A Father to Us All

A Father to Us All

In this newsletter we: Remember Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR Reflect on Fr. Cantalamessa's fourth Lenten Homily Learn about the Lady's of Bethany, who ran The Ark and The Dove during the Duquesne Weekend And speaking about the Duquesne Weekend, Patti Mansfield, original...

Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, ofmcap

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News Stories

Article in Our Sunday Visitor re: 50th Anniversary of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Article in the Archdiocese of New Orleans' Clarion Herald re: Interview with Patti Mansfield. Blog by Steve Strang re: 50th Anniversary of the Catholic Charismatic...

Veni Creator Spiritus

Veni Creator Spiritus

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50th Anniversary News Stories

Patti Mansfield is interviewed by Peter Finney of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Newpaper, The Clarion Herald. Steve Strang article in Charisma Magazine. Article in Kingstree News, the local newspaper of Patrick Campbell who was commissioned to build the Cross of the...

Fr. Cantalamessa sends note to anniversary event

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...