What is a Cenacle?
Cenacle refers to the Upper Room - the site of the "Last Supper." In Catholic tradition, this was the site where Christ's Apostles waited and prayed with Mary, the Mother of Jesus, to receive the Holy Spirit, who descended upon them on Pentecost.
Today, the term is used for meetings that involve spiritual prayer and devotion. This cenacle is a “Marian” group, focused on interceding for our families, our community and the world through devotion to Mary, the Mother of Our Lord
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A group meets weekly during May and June to prepare for consecration to Our Lady on July 16th, the Feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. This is an annual event open to all who are interested.
Weekly meetings include prayer, study, open discussion and sharing.
Time and Place
Thursday evenings, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Mother of God Community
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