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About Us - Our Aims and Objectives - and our Vision
We are a group of just ordinary people, like yourself, who were inspired and moved to search for the truth about God's Existance. We believe we have found the truth and that truth has brought us a new hope, knowing that we are truly loved by God and that Jesus was sent to set us free from sin and death, so that we can live in unity and harmony with God and one another, into eternity.
1. To foster mature and continuous personal conversion to Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.
2. To foster a decisive personal receptivity to the person, presence and the power of the Holy Spirit.
These two spiritual graces are often experienced together in what is called in different parts of the world as a baptism in the Holy Spirit, or a release of the Holy Spirit. They are most often understood as a personal acceptance of the graces of Christian service in the Church and in the world.
3. To foster the reception and use of the Spiritual gifts (charismata) not only in the charismatic renewal but also in the broader church. These gifts, ordinary and extraordinary are abundantly found among laity, religious and clergy. Their proper understanding and use in harmony with other elements of the church life is a source of strength for Christians on their journey towards holiness and in the carrying out of their mission.
4. To foster the work of evangelisation in the power of the Holy Spirit, including the evangelisation of the un-churched, the re-evangelisation of nominal Christians, the evangelisation of culture and social structures. The renewal especially promotes sharing in the church's mission by proclaiming the gospel in word and in deed, and by bearing witness to Jesus Christ through personal testimony and through those works of faith and justice to which each one is called.
5. To foster the ongoing growth in holiness through the proper integration of these charismatic emphases with the full life of the Church. This is accomplished through participation in a rich sacramental and liturgical life, and appreciation of the tradition of the Catholic doctrine guided by the Church's magesterium, and participation in the pastoral plan of the Church.
[From the preamble to the statues establishing the International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services (ICCRS). Approved by the pontifical council for the Laity, 14th September, 1993.] Go to the ICCRS Statutes and Objectives to find out more: - http://www.iccrs.org/index.php/ICCRS/comments/statutes#Objectives ]
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St Peter's Prayer & Healing Ministry Fellowship
St Peter's RC Church, St Peter's Street, Roath, Cardiff CF24 3BA, Wales UK
[Entrance through double gates on Bedford Street to St David's Chapel]