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ICCRS' publications for the growth and ecclesial formation of the CCR

Then Peter Stood Up... Addendum to the 2012 edition

This addendum contains addresses by His Holiness Pope Francis to the CCR in the years 2014-2015

Charisms

This book represents the fruit of an international colloquium on Charisms organized in 2008 by ICCRS and the Catholic Fraternity of Charismatic Covenant Communities and Fellowships, and it deepens the theological and pastoral inderstanding of the role of charisms and how to discern, guide, and foster their use in the Church.

Holy Spirit chasubles and stoles

Embroidered with a logo of the Holy Spirit. Also available: priest matching white/red reversible stole and deacon white/red reversible stole.

Cross of the Renewal chasubles and stoles

NOTE: THIS ITEMS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON. INFORMATION ON PRICES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE SOON.

Then Peter stood up...

This updated version “in English” includes the Popes’ messages and documents to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR) up to today. The photo collection includes new pictures testifying the deep relationship between the present Pope and the CCR.

Pray Lifting up Holy Hands: The Prayer of Intercession

“All of us are called to be intercessors. I, therefore, recommend the book to all the faithful for detailed study. It is an excellent guide for those specially called to the ministry of intercession. It will also serve as solid reference for those involved in imparting teachings on intercession.”

Baptism in the Holy Spirit

The purpose of the present document is to offer both theological reflections on the meaning of baptism in the Spirit and pastoral guidelines for the reception and living out of this grace among the faithful, both as individuals and in groups.

Guidelines on Prayers for Healing

“I hope this document will be studied and put into practice by the Catholic Charismatic Renewal worldwide, becoming a point of reference for all who want to place the charisms they have received at the service of the Church and the new evangelization.”
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