CHARIS SLC | Ecclesiology | Rt. Rev. Francis Kalist

CHARIS SLC | Ecclesiology | Rt. Rev. Francis Kalist

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[Music] the beginning of the second vatican council pope john xxiii led the church in praying for a fresh outpouring of the holy spirit renew your wonders in this our day as buy a new pentecost a few years later seemingly as a result of john the 23rd prayer for renewal a significant event took place that would forever change the lives of millions of catholics and the church itself on a week in retreat these catholic students prayed that
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in some way they too might discover a renewed sense of pentecost in their lives those who prayed for the experience that came to be known as baptism in the spirit had experiences similar to all the others a new depth of prayer love for the scriptures a devotion to the eucharist a heart for evangelization a call to conversion and a life of holiness on pentecost sunday in 1975 cardinal sunins and 10 000 individuals who had this charismatic experience
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met with pope paul vi we are pleased to see signs of this video long life for the charismatics it is my firm hope that the holy spirit will find more and more fruitful welcome in the hearts of believers so that the culture of pentecost so necessary in our time the initiative 50 years ago and gave rise to an institution
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no no a question an organization no no to a current of grace [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] ah [Music] is [Music] shalom brothers and sisters in christ we are from light of jesus family part
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of paris indonesia we are so grateful today to be here with you all and we are we cannot wait to praise god together so are you ready let's open our hearts to god and let him do his wonders to our lives together we pray in the name of the father and the son and the holy spirit amen lord we believe that you are good always and we just want to thank you
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jesus for the life that you have given us for the love that you have poured in our lives and right now we just want to praise you for who you are you are a great god you are a good father so right now let's lift our voices together for he is good [Music] you're so
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[Music] you're so good oh god you're so good god god you're so good you're so good to me because i am blessed jesus name
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jesus jesus of jesus [Music] with a grateful heart we sing god you're stronger [Music]
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you're [Music] thank you we praise you [Music] thank you uh is
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he's so good to us everything in my life lord is because you come on with your own words sing and sing your praises to god [Music] i'm so thankful for you lord
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for your love for your protection [Music] jesus [Music] jesus we're so beautiful you're so wonderful [Music] my heart is overflowing with your love lord
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[Music] what a beautiful name what a beautiful name it is the name of jesus christ what a beautiful name it is nothing compares to this what a beautiful name it is the name of jesus
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what a beautiful name it is jesus christ what a beautiful name it is the name of [Music] jesus [Music] [Music]
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hidden glory in creation what a beautiful name it name is jesus christ what a beautiful name it is the name of [Music] jesus us so jesus you
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brought heaven down sin was great your love was what a wonderful name it is the name of jesus christ what a wonderful name it is nothing compares to this what a wonderful name it is the name of jesus what a wonderful name it is the name of
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jesus oh jesus the praise of you know [Music] foreign it is [Music] what a powerful name it is of
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jesus christ it is oh jesus [Music] jesus [Music] oh jesus
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[Music] it is true that nothing can't stand against you you are almighty god you are all powerful [Music] we hold on to the name of jesus [Music] jesus you are great lord
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[Music] if you believe that god is here lift up your hands [Music] lift up your hands to the heavens he is speaking to you right now listen to the voice of god lord we thank you for your grace we thank you for your love thank you for your holy presence we lift up your name forever and ever glory be to the father and the son
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and the holy spirit as it was in the beginning as now and forever shall be a world without it amen in the name of the father and son and the holy spirit amen praise the lord my dear brothers and
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sisters in christ jesus i am asked to give my reflections on the topic the ecclesiology in relation to the catholic charismatic renewal or we can say the place of the catholic charismatic renewal in the church is a beautiful topic and we will reflect on this and so let's ask the lord to pour out his spirit upon us
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so that the spirit may enable us to understand this most important topic that is how the catholic charismatic renewal is related to the church and the how the church is related to the catholic charismatic renewal in other words how the catholic charismatic renewal builds up the church renews the church and makes the church to be
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as god wants it and so let us turn to him and ask him for an outpouring of the holy spirit for each one of us to understand it and also for me to speak the words of jesus not mine but let the lords through me speak let's also turn to our blessed mother seek her intercession that she may be at our side as she was in the upper room with the disciples when the pentacles took place when they
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were all filled with the holy spirit let us ask for this pause for a moment and let us ask the spirit to take full control of us to envelop us to possess us and to make us to be listeners of the word of god we are going to reflect on the catholic charismatic renewal and the church ecclesiology it is the study about the church
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i would like to begin with the bible the first book of the bible genesis chapter 1 we read this way in the beginning when god created the heavens and the earth the earth was formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep while a wind from god swept over the face of the waters
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a wind from god swept over the face of the waters in other translation it is uh written as the spirit hovering over the waters the beginning before the creation of the world so we can come to the conclusion that it is by the power of the spirit god's spirit the world is created so creation is by the power of the spirit and again we find in the same book book of genesis
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when god created man he took clay made a mold and he breathed into his nostrils the life-giving spirit of god so again the spirit that gives life it is by the power of the spirit the world is created and again it is the power of the spirit that makes man alive so life is by the power of the spirit the spirit gives life when you come to incarnation
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again it is by the power of the spirit mary conceived and brought forth the second person of the trinity and that is jesus christ so the incarnation is again by the power of the spirit again when we go further the mission is by the power of the spirit jesus said the spirit of the lord is upon me he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor so the preaching of the gospel is again by the power of the spirit
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again we find the church the birth of the church in the synagogue our blessed mother and the apostles gathered together and there the outpouring of the spirit and they were all filled with the spirit and led by the spirit and there the church begins the birth of the church takes place at pentecost so we have the spirit is really moving around
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creating enlivening making the incarnation possible and then the church is born the body of christ so the holy spirit and the era of the church pope saint john paul ii tells us that on the day of pentecost the holy spirit was sent to sanctify the church forever so that
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believers might have access to the father through christ in the one spirit we read in the letter of saint paul to the ephesians chapter 2 verse 18 it is through christ that all of us jews and gentiles are able to come in the one spirit into the presence of the father how beautiful is and paul has
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experienced that and he is right it is again through christ that all of us jews and gentiles are able to come in the one spirit into the presence of the father this event constitutes the definitive manifestation of what had already been accomplished in the same upper room on easter sunday evening the risen christ came
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and brought to the apostles the holy spirit he gave him to them the doors being shut jesus saying receive the holy spirit later on on the day of pentecost the doors of the upper room are opened and the apostles emerged out bearing witness to christ in the power of the holy spirit
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the second vatican council had said doubtless the holy spirit was already at work in the world before christ was glorified yet on the day of pentecost the church was publicly revealed to the multitude the year of the church began with the coming of the holy spirit on the apostles
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gathered in the upper room in jerusalem together with mary the lord's mother acts chapter 1 verse 14. the acts of the apostle speaks about the pentecost the birth of the church at length and in many passages with the coming of the holy spirit the apostles felt capable of fulfilling the mission entrusted to them they could feel that
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only with the coming of the holy spirit the grace of the holy spirit that the apostles conferred on their collaborators by the imposition of the hands it is continued to be transmitted in episcopal ordination in the sacrament of orders the bishops in turn render sacred ministers shares in this spiritual gift
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through the sacrament of confirmation they ensure that all who are reborn of water and the holy spirit are strengthened thus the grace of pentecost is perpetuated in the church the second vatican council writes i read the spirit dwells in the church and in the hearts of the faithful as in a temple we hear that
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in saint paul's letter first letter to the corinthians chapter 3 verse 16 do you not know that you are god's temple and the spirit of god dwells in you and that's why you are holy and anyone destroys god's stumble god will destroy him again further in the same in the same letter saint paul's first letter to the corinthians chapter 6 verse 19 the same thing we read
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don't you know that your god stumble god is dwelling in you and that's what saint paul was convinced of so by the power of the gospel he makes the church to grow perpetually renews her and leads her to perfect union with her spouse so that is something beautiful so by the power of the gospel he makes the church grow
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perpetually renews her and leads her to perfect union with her spouse see the connection between the holy spirit and the church the conciliar document lumen gentium tells us that the era of the church began with the coming of the holy spirit and continues down the centuries the second vatican council was in a special way ecclesiological
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and essentially pneumatological so it was in a special way both ecclesiological as well as in the essentially pneumatological so the church was born at pentecost acts chapter 2 verse 1 to four we read when the day of pentecost came all the believers were gathered together in one place suddenly there was a noise from the sky
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which sounded like a strong wind blowing and it filled the house where they were sitting then they saw what looked like tongues of fire which spread out and touched each person there they were all filled with the holy spirit and began to talk in other languages as the spirit enabled them to speak so we come to know through the cry of the apostles
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they broke out in speaking in tongues and through that we come to know the church is born now this church it is a communion the ecclesiological point of view the church is a communion it's a communion and mission of the trinity it's a communion because the church is the body of christ it's the mystical body of christ
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and so there is communion with the members every baptized person is a member of that mystical body of christ they're incorporated into that body and so they live in communion and this is a beautiful communion god is a communion the trinitarian love relationship of the father son and the spirit the father loving the son son loving the father and they are
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one in the spirit so it's a communion god is a communion it's a family a family of love they're in communion and so god created man in his own image and likeness man is living in communion the family of man so it is a communion and rightly the holy father has understood the importance of this communion life of communion in fact when we look at the communion god is communion the communion of three
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persons god is communion creation is communion god's communicating love creation is communion life is communion god's life being communicated that's why we are alive so life is communion incarnation is communion salvation is communion mission is communion rightly the pope of holy father
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francis has understood that and before we used to call national service team now he has made it into national service of communion international service of communion diocesan service of communion regional service of communion she is stressing that aspect of communion which is in god and which is the church so the church is communion
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communion it's a bond of life in the church the perfect communion is in god the three persons in perfect communion and we are called to reach that perfection be perfect as the heavenly father is perfect so the church has this vocation the church is called to become that communion which is in the trinity so we are invited to share god's life the church
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coming in among the members of the church that's what i said the mystical body of christ a parish is a communion and many parishes together the diocese is a communion of all the parishes and then the universal church which all the dioceses the universal church is a communion then there is the communion beyond the visible church the communion beyond the visible church in saint john's gospel chapter 10 that the good shepherd
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passage there we read at the end of that narration jesus saying that i have other sheeps who don't belong to this flock i have to bring them also to this fold jesus is saying that so the communion beyond the visible church we had to bring them also so the church is a communion of disciples the church is a communion of disciples
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and pope francis would go a little further and he will say he's a missionary disciples not just disciples but missionary disciples that's why pope francis would say this was not happy with calling just christians because we have what namesake christians they don't live the gospel by name they are christians but their life does not show that they are really christians and so he says i want disciples disciple is the one who sits at the feet
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of the master listens to him learns from him imitates him becomes like the master that's what every christian is supposed to become we have to become like christ and so we are the disciples now that disciple having experienced the master having had that deeper experience and intimacy with god he goes and shares that with others then he becomes a missionary so pope francis goes further and says we want missionary disciples so the
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church is a communion of missionary disciples so beautiful it is the way that it is explained and this is the work of the holy spirit it's a spirit that unites it's a spirit that brings us into communion so the in the church which is a mystical body of christ which is a communion of the missionary disciples of christ it is the spirit that brings them together as one body and the word of god in the church helps
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us to really become and the sacraments again helps us the word of god helps us and the sacrament the eucharist especially one body one bread we share the one bread and the one cup and become one in christ that is the beauty of it and that's the eucharistic ecclesiology and then we share that communion with others that is evangelization so evangelization is the identity of the church the church
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is communion and the communion is established by the work of the spirit and then we we are taken by the spirit outside and so we go and share that communion with others bring them into this communion and that is evangelization then we have the scripture the models of the church in lumen gentile and evangelist we get this different models of the church what is the church
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first the church is the bride of christ the church is the bride of christ saint paul writing to the ephesians chapter 5 verse 21 beautifully says be subject to one another out of reverence for christ be subject to one another out of reverence for christ it is the mystical body of christ so we need to reverence each other everyone is the members of this mystical body every baptized
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christian that's why he says be subject to one another out of re reverence for christ again we have revelation chapter 21 verse 2 and i saw the holy city the new jerusalem coming down out of heaven from god prepared as a bride adorned for her husband so prepared as a bride adorned for her husband so the church
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is the bride of christ secondly the church is the body of christ again saint paul's letter to the ephesians chapter 4 verse 1 to 13. i read to you 6 the ephesians 4 verse 6. 4 to 6 chapter 4 verses 4 to 6 there is one body and one spirit just as you were called to the one
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hope of your calling one lord one faith one baptism one god and father of all who is above all and through all and in all how awesome it is this explanation so sublime that oneness and that is the body of christ then we have again uh further ephesians chapter 4 verses 11 to 13 the gifts he gave were
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that some would be apostles some prophets some evangelists some pastors and teachers to equip the saints for the work of ministry for building up the body of christ building up the body of christ until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the son of god the maturity to the measure
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of the full stature of christ again one body many members and they have many functions but they all belong to the one body all the functions are to build up that one body so the church is the body of christ then again the church is a new jerusalem it's a new jerusalem again we have the expression that new jerusalem we find in revelation chapter 22
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new jerusalem then again we have another expression that is the model of the church that is the new covenant luke 12 20 the gospel of saying luke chapter 22 verse 20 and he did the same with the cup after supper saying this cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood so the new covenant again the church is one
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one holy catholic and apostolic that is something beautiful the church is one romans chapter 12 verse 4 and following for us in one body we have many members and not all the members of the same function so we who are many are one body in christ and individually we are members one of another so again this oneness
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the church has one body oneness uh again this uh text said paul's the first letter to the corinthians chapter 12 we find those spiritual gifts one body with many members with many gifts but they all all the gifts all the charisms are meant to build the one body and that is the church so oneness then holy the church is holy
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first letter of saint peter chapter 2 verse 9 but you are a chosen race a royal priesthood a holy nation god's own people in order that you may proclaim the mighty acts of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light so holy you're a holy nation so beautifully saint peter writing to the universal church he says you are a holy nation so
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the church is holy that is the identity of the church in baptism the first thing that takes place is we are washed clean we are made holy then only we become the child of the child of god god becomes our father and then only we become the dwelling of the spirit then only we become the members of the church the mystical body of christ the first thing is that we are made holy we are washed clean so holiness is the identity of the
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church then catholic saint ignatius of antioch would beautifully explain this catholic that universality everyone god's salvation is for all the universality of god's salvation the church doesn't have boundaries the church the mystical body that's why jesus would say i have other sheaves which don't belong to this flock i must bring them also catholic catacola the universal and that is another
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beautiful aspect of the church then apostolic ephesians chapter 2 verse 20 members of the household built upon the foundation of the apostles built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets with christ jesus himself as the cornerstone so the apostolic succession that we have all received jesus giving his power and authority to the
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apostles sending them to all over and asking them to baptize everyone and give them the power so that is what the apostolic so the church is one the church is holy the church is catholic and the church is apostolic but also we need to also pay attention to the church has gone through a lot of struggles here again the role of the spirit in the church the church has faced lot of oppositions
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hardships persecutions but in those situations who strengthened them who kept them going up it is the holy spirit it is the spirit that inspired them strengthened them we see from the beginning itself at pentecost when the apostles were frightened when they had doubt and when they have a worried and upset closed up in a room and that's the time the spirit comes upon them strengthens them and enables them to face that situation
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and go ahead and preach the good news so the spirit is helping the church at different times when the church is going through struggles especially the time of heresies when people were misunderstanding the faith when the people were misinterpreting the faith when the people were following the wrong path and that is known in the church as heresies and that breaks the bond of communion
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and that's that time the spirit comes in and helps us there are a few heresies like gnosticism gnosticism holds that matter is evil matter is evil people are saved by acquiring secret knowledge which is imparted only to the initiated so they don't believe in sin and repentance the heresy called
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gnosticism which believes only in knowledge not grace and that's why this is a heresy which affected the church and many went away with it and the spirit is the holy spirit broader people to stand against that heresy to fight against that heresy and preserve the truth then we have mundanism mundanism is elite knowledge guided only by the holy spirit
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the founder of this is montanus and what mondanus did was he stressed so much the charismatic element of the church he just rejected and neglected the hierarchical aspect of the church and that was the mistake only the charismatic dimension the hierarchical uh aspect of it he just neglected as a result he didn't take up any guidance
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from the church then monarchianism monarchianism which holds that christ is only a man is not divine they are denying the divinity of jesus monarchianism crisis manually it's a heresy concerning the nature of god it contradicts the doctrine of the holy trinity donatism donatism what they hold is the validity of the
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sacrament that is performed based on the minister of the sacrament if the ministry is not in the state of grace the sacrament is invalid that's what they say which is not so even if the ministry is in sinful it is not in the state of grace the church supplies the importance of the church the body of christ it supplies grace so the validity of the sacrament is questioned by them by unworth the minister who administers
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it arianism aerialism also propagated that christ is not divine christ is not divine again macedonia macedonianism that denies the divinity of the son and the holy spirit macedonianism denies both the divinity of son and the holy spirit pelagianism they would hold no original sin so grace not needed for salvation
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and the cross is only a good example this is what their position is and then monophysism monophysism says christ has only one nature and that is divine human nature is not christ's nature so they would hold that christ as only one nature and that is divine nature so these are these are the various heresies which has affected the communion the body the church and also the truth about the church
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but then the spirit raised a people and it depended against these heresies and kept the body intact acts chapter 2 verse 4 we come to know the church was born in the upper room the speaking of the tongues acts chapter 2 verse 13 people ridiculed that they were drunk that time also they could not understand it when the church was born it was
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charismatic by the outpouring of the holy spirit in the early church apostolic times lots of miracles charisms healings etc were taking place by the power of the holy spirit this all happening in the church but during the second century as i explained to you that mundanism a priest mundanus founded mundanism which stretched the charismatic aspect
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of the church at the neglect and the denial of the hierarchical church so the hierarchy became cautious and began to suppress the charismatic dimension of the church this is what happened of course with the emperor constantine in the third century the church from a movement became institutionalized child baptism was introduced and the charismatic dimension of the church got reduced but still
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many persons institutions remained charismatic in the church so that's what that that the role of the catholic charismatic renewal and the church is so united that's why many remained charismatic the spirit was always active in the church the pope exhorted the people to pray for a new pentecost even pentecostalism is an effect of the prayer of the catholic church
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blessed elena gowda founders of the holy spirit sisters congregation wrote 12 letters to pope leo the 13th asking him to encourage the charismatic dimension saying that the pentecost is an ongoing process in the church the pentecost is an ongoing process in the church it's the life of the church as a result pope leo the 13 the pope of the holy spirit
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introduced the pentecost novena since the novena was not properly followed the pope issued an encyclical in 1897 divino ulud insisting everyone to pray the novena on january 1st 1901 the church officially sang the hymn venice or spiritus the first spark came out
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in the little girl named agnes of bethel college kansas in the united states she began to speak in tongues and she was a pentecostal after that in 1907 the classical pentecostalism began in january 25th 1959 pope john the 23rd announces the convocation of the second vatican council calling on
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ajurnamendo he officially gave a prayer and opened the vatican too in 1961 and the prayer was lord renew in this day your wonders among us as by a new pentacles and that was a powerful prayer and the church prayed from 1961 to 1965 and the effect of this prayer is a renewal in the church by the spirit
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through the catholic charismatic renewal the catholic charismatic renewal began in 1967 two years after the conclusion of vatican ii and 70 years after issuing of the encyclical letter on the holy spirit and instituting the pentecostal pentecost novena by pope leo 13. in 1967 a new spring time in the church
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was assured in by the powerful and transforming experience of a group of students of ducan university run by the holy ghost fathers in pittsburgh diocese in the united states from 17th february to 19 february 1967. there were 29 students and some staff in the arkan dove retreat center
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they went to the chapel and started praying two of them prayed over them over all the participants then they began to speak in tongues till three o'clock in the morning they did not know how the time passed then it began to spread in the united states at that time joseph cardinal suenance archbishop of maligns brazil brussels of belgium
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one of the participants of vatican ii was writing a book on the holy spirit monika o'brien of the united states met to cardinal joseph suenance and told him all that happened in duquesne with the students and asked him to go and witness it he went to duquesne and having experienced recognized it as a current of grace and convinced pope paul vi of the need of the church
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to accept and encourage the renewal in order that it should grow it should not grow in isolation in the summer of 1975 some 10 000 catholic charismatics gathered in the catacombs of santa sanchalistas in rome a special mass was celebrated with singing in tongues and prophecies at the papal altar in saint peter's basilica followed by
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the historic special audience with pope paul vi at which the pope called the catholic charismatic renewal a chance for the church and the world a chance for the church and the world we see pope leo 13th decreed the catholic charismatic renewal pope john the 23rd prayed for it
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pope paul vi welcomed it saying it's a chance for the church pope john paul ii encouraged it pope benedict the 16th supported it and pope francis promotes it now through caris the one single service which he has instituted that is the catholic charismatic renewal international services and
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this he declared it as a public judicial personal personality public jurisdiction so far it was a juridical personality now he called it as a public juridical personality that means this movement carries has the right and the power to teach and to propagate by itself and that's the credit that pope francis has given to the catholic charismatic renewal how beautiful the catholic charismatic
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renewal and and its role for the church to build it up it gave birth to the church it renewed it to time to time it enabled it to come out of those heresies and it has renewed the people brought the people into communion church is a communion church is a body it is a spirit that has made everything into one holy catholic apostolic church and that's why the role of the spirit in the catholic church
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the ecclesiology in relation to the catholic charismatic renewal is something beautiful we need to understand and we need to promote it so let us thank the lord for the renewal in the church which is taking the church ahead and making the church as a real communion of love thank you god bless you [Music] [Music]
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