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Praise Adonai spiritually thrilling success...

‘Praise Adonai’, the 9th Annual event organized at Don Bosco Secondary School in Etobicoke by Sts. Peter and Paul Prayer Group of Mississauga, Canada on December 31st, was a spiritually thrilling success that stirred the spirituality of about 800 faithful of multi-cultural background who attended despite the cold weather conditions from various parts of Canada. The main purpose of this event was to CELEBRATE the exuberant joy and presence of God in their lives. Undoubtedly it was a life changing experience for all who were present.

 

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With the theme ‘The Holy Spirit will come on you and the power of the Most High will over shadow you’ (Luke 1:35), the evening’s program triggered off at 6:00 in the evening with the recitation of the Holy Rosary followed by a warm welcome and introduction by the servant leader of Sts.Peter & Paul Prayer Group, Olympio Fernandes.  This was followed by the melodious and angelic singing of the prayer-group choir. The powerful Praise and Worship led by Olympio Fernandes and Desiree D’Cunha was truly soul elevating and gave the packed audience a heavenly experience.

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Fr.Shane Varghese C.Ss.R., the main speaker for the evening, who is involved in Healing & Renewal Ministry in India flew-in to Canada especially for the occasion, gave a powerful talk on the Holy Spirit. 

This was followed by delicious & sumptuous dinner catered by ‘Konkan Delite’, Canada’s renowned Caterers.

 

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Sr.Hazel D’Souza, the other main speaker for the evening, gave a powerful talk on 'calling out the name of Jesus'. Sr.Hazel, a renowned preacher from Mumbai, India, who also flew-in to Canada especially for the occasion. In her talk she gave a clarion call to everyone to turn away from their sins and to build-up a strong relationship with the Lord. Her spirit-filled talk led the congregation to repent at the final hours of the year 2011.

 

Next was a musical skit was presented by the prayer-group based on the 'Samaritan Woman’. Spectators were totally spell bound on seeing their great performance.

 

Just before the mid-night Fr.Shane Varghese blessed and officially inaugurated 'www.stspeterpaulprayergroup.com',  a newly designed web site by the prayer group.

 

At midnight, when the clock heralded the dawn of the New Year 2012,  Fr.Shane led the audience in praising the name of Jesus. All who were present exchanged New Year wishes with great joy. 

 

Holy Mass was celebrated at midnight by Fr.Shane and Deacon Sarfaraz Pinto that was actively participated by all who attended the event.  The superb youth choir truly helped the congregation to celebrate the first Holy Eucharist in the New Year with great devotion.

 

The program concluded with a healing session conducted by Fr.Shane & Sr.Hazel.  Olympio Fernandes, the servant leader of the prayer group raised the Vote of Thanks.

 

Hats off to the professional & qualified Sound Engineer Rudy D'Souza S/o Valley & Rita D'Souza who setup a high quality sound system for a professional event like 'Praise Adonai'.

 

There was great joy among the audience who spent their time in the presence of the Lord in the final hours of the year 2011 and in the early hours of the New Year 2012.

 

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Praise Adonai 2011

Weekly Prayer Meetings with Rosary, Praise & Worship, Scripture teachings and fellowship

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