Ask not what your Diocese can do for you. Ask what you can do for your Diocese.
(God Bless JFK)
Catholic Renewal Ministry is. . . CATHOLICS BECOMING MORE CATHOLIC
Vibrant Worship: an atmosphere where God is lifted up through heart-felt songs of praise while we are opened to His presence in Spirit-led worship.
Relevant Scripture: an emphasis on The Word of God that comes alive in inspirational messages, applicable to real life.
Community: a building up and uniting with others of our faith
Equipped: helping to develop Catholic Christian maturity in both discipleship and ministry
Authentic: we are committed to unity with the Roman Catholic Church in the context of our existing parish and diocesan structure
We bear witness to the love of Jesus Christ that is renewed through the baptism of His Holy Spirit, which empowers His Kingdom of righteousness, peace and joy to be built up within the Catholic Church. Our purpose is to grow in holiness through an intimate relationship with Jesus through prayer, to fan into flame the grace of Pentecost and to foster openness to the work of the Holy Spirit among God’s people. We sponsor Life in The Spirit Seminars, Conferences, Days of Praise and Worship and help develop small, intimate prayer groups.
Leadership: Board of Directors.
- Fr. Miguel Mejia – Diocesan Liaison
- Charlie McGuire – President
- Mark Lamb – Treasurer
- Linda Pettis – Secretary
- Anna Cammack – Advisor Board Member
- Theresa Faeber – Advisor Board Member
- Doug and Judy Cornutt – Advisor Board Members
Charlie McGuire Bio: Has a M.A. in Religious Education from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Also has a B.A. in Religious Studies. Has worked as a Director of Religious Education in several parishes. Directed the Religious Education for all faith groups at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base for several years. Attended the MacNutts School of Healing Prayer. Completed the training program along with his wife to teach the UnBound prayer to parish prayer teams. Came into the Renewal in 1972 and has been a prayer group leader in several parishes. In addition, has worked with disabled students for ten years in public schools.
Saint Pius Parish, Coeur d’ Alene, ID, Mondays 7:00 pm
Spokane Southside, Thursday mornings at 10:30 for Rosary, Praise and Worship, lunch get-together. Contact Marlene at (509)534-1797
Spanish Prayer Group – St. Joseph’s Parish on Dean, Spokane, Saturdays at 7 pm
St. Paschal Parish, Millwood, Spokane Valley, Every Tuesday 7 pm