CRM - Phoenix

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Catholic Renewal Ministries (CRM) is a service organization that provides a variety of services to parishes and prayer groups across the diocese, including: seminars, retreats, conferences, healing masses, praise nights and other devotional resources.

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Diocese of Phoenix - CRM ANNUAL CONFERENCE 04/06/2024

Please register on-line for the CRM conference.
$25.00 early registration
After April 30th - $35.00
For assistance please contact:
Laurie Walsh - 623-670-1120
H Walsh - 406-210-7867

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Taken from the Catholic Sun

ROME (CNS) — As Pope Francis poured water over their feet, dried them with a towel and kissed their feet, 12 women inmates at Rome’s Rebibbia prison wept.

The pope celebrated the evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper March 28 at the women’s prison under a tent set up outside. The 12 women whose feet were washed by Pope Francis during the liturgy sat on stools on a raised platform so the pope, who has difficulty walking, could wash their feet while seated in his wheelchair.

Mental Health Minute: What is Forgiveness? 04/03/2024

Forgiveness will set you free and give you peace.

Mental Health Minute: What is Forgiveness? Join Fr. Ignatius Mazanowski, pastor of St. John Vianney Parish and revered rector of the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, as we embark on an exploration ...

March 31, 2024: Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of the Lord 03/31/2024

The Resurrection is something we feel, a new beginning. After spending 40 days of Lent reflecting on how we can be more like Christ, we celebrate his sacrifice to bring us to his father in a new life.

Only in my opinion, how do we do that.

We reflect on Jesus, his life, the words he left us.
We leave all of the flaws of humanity behind.
We concentrate on love and truth.
Truth as we know it that flows from our Savior's mouth in the Gospels.
We leave the past behind, it is gone.
We look forward to the future with love and hope and faith.
We leave the lies, the chaos, the confusion to the pits of hell and brighten our future with what Jesus left us.

May your days always shine with the light of Jesus which he gave us on this day, over 2000 years ago.

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March 31, 2024: Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of the Lord The Independent News Source


Alleluia! Jesus has risen.

Jesus came to earth to save humanity by dying on the cross on Good Friday and resurrecting on Easter Sunday. By enduring and defeating death sacrificially for people, He swung open the gates of heaven making a way for sins to be forgiven and usher Christians into the presence of God (Romans 5:8)."


CHARIS International
March 11 at 6:45am
Fr. Raniero, a gift for the Church and the CCR
by Monsignor Peter Leslie

CHARIS Ecclesiastical Assistant
Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa has stepped back as the Ecclesiastical Advisor for CHARIS. He informed us he would be doing so at the elective assembly in Rome at the end of October last year. He has been a stalwart presence in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal for many years. Many of us have been greatly blessed by his wisdom, his teaching, his preaching, and especially his prayers.

Shortly after he became involved in the Renewal he was appointed as Preacher to the Papal Household by Pope Saint John Paul in 1980. This was normally a five-year assignment. That five-year assignment has continued until today, forty-four years. He has served three Popes, Saint John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and now Francis. For years many of us have looked forward to his Advent and Lenten sermons to the Papal household, as well as his Good Friday homilies in St. Peter’s Basilica. These are the responsibilities he will focus on going forward. He spends most of his time in the Friary as a good and faithful Franciscan Capuchin.

His great contributions to the faith come in four main areas:
First as preacher to the Papal household.

Second, as a great presence as a teacher and guide for the worldwide Catholic Charismatic Renewal.

Third, as a driving force for Christian unity in the Church and in the Renewal.

Fourth, as a wonderful source of spiritual wisdom and guidance for so many of us.

All this is built on a deep foundation of prayer, humility, and simplicity of life.

I was very fortunate to attend the retreat he did for the American bishops in Chicago in January 2019. Pope Francis had asked him to do this. Almost every bishop attending agreed that it was a time of great grace, spiritual refreshment, and wisdom at a time of difficulty. It was a wonderful gift from the Holy Father, Fr. Raniero, and the Holy Spirit.

Pope Francis acknowledged Fr. Raniero for his great contributions to the Church, the Renewal, and Christian unity, by naming him a Cardinal in November 2020. Reflecting his Franciscan commitment to simplicity of life, he received his Cardinal biretta and ring at St. Peters while wearing his Franciscan habit. Another sign of his Franciscan simplicity was that he chose not to be consecrated a bishop when made a Cardinal, an option that priests who are named Cardinals do have.

I would strongly encourage us all to read as many of the articles and books by Cardinal Cantalamessa as we can. They are translated into many languages. I keep extra copies of his books to give away to people who ask for deeper spiritual reading and seek to open their lives more to Christ. In addition, some of his talks and presentations are available on video on social media. These are well worth watching and listening to.

His Advent and Lent sermons are published on our CHARIS website, in five languages. Another website lists the more recent presentations by Cardinal Cantalamessa. It is in four languages. You can find it at this web address:

Cardinal Cantalamessa’s coat of arms reflects his life and his faith. The shield has the Holy Spirit featured very prominently. His motto is “Veni Creator Spiritus” which is “Come Holy Spirit. On top there is the arm of St Francis of Assis with the stigmata, and the arm of Christ, both in front of a simple cross.

May we all join Cardinal Cantalamessa and pray, “Veni Creator Spiritus”, now and every day.


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You are invited.


Meeting tonight!


We have to reprimand the undisciplined, console the faint-hearted, support the weak, refute the opponents, be wary of the clever, instruct the ignorant, stir up the lazy, thwart the belligerent, restrain the proud, appease the quarreling, help the needy, liberate the oppressed, encourage the good, tolerate the wicked, and love everyone.
—St. Augustine of Hippo
quoted in the book, Desire and Unity: Augustinian Spirituality for Today




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