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Over two hundred people on March 24, 2018 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, for the annual Spring Assembly at the St. Mathews School, 18 Lavender Rd., Toronto, Ontario. The Spring Aseembly was under the theme, "Heart of a Servant"- CCRC Day of Transformation”
The weekend featured liturgies, praise and worship, dynamic speakers, Divine Mercy Hour and of course, Eucharistic Celebration.  Speakers included Dr. Josephine Lombardi, Associate Professor of Pastoral and Systematic Theology, Professor of Field Education, and Director of Lay Formation for St. Augustine’s Seminary in Scarborough,  Fr. Matthias Yaw Kotoka Amuzu, CCRC Spiritual Director, and Don Quilao. former chair of CCRC and head servant of Filipino Canadian Catholic Charismatic Prayer Community (FCCCPC).
Saturday's session began with the Rosary followed by Praise and Worship by the FCCCPC - Living For Christ Prayer Community.   The Emcee for the day was Sister Susie Pereira. The whole day was a spiritually filled program. The meeting concluded with a Eucharistic Healing Service and Mass celebrated by Fr. Matthias Yaw Kotoka Amuzu, a dynamic preacher, with Fr. Matthew Robbertz Spiritual Director - Magnificat Charistmatic Prayer Community and Deacon John Coletti
Assembly attendees heard a compelling teaching on the qualities of the Heart of a Servant. In our quest for the marks of mature spirituality and leadership ability, we must not omit that character which so described the way of life of Jesus Christ, the character of selfless servant hood. Jesus said, “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45)

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Celebrating Christmas 2017

LFCPC Christmas Celebration 2017

Celebration is giving. I can't think of anything more fitting to rejoice the greatest gift of God's Son than giving to others can hear same life transforming message. At Christmas, we proclaim the Good News and celebrate our Saviour and God's love and mercy for His people. We tell everyone and celebrate the Good News, who came as a baby in a manger for a lost and sin-sick world. We celebrate salvation, hope, peace, and so much more.
As we celebrate Christmas, may love, peace, hope, and joy be with you all and may Christ Jesus dwell always in your hearts and in your homes. The Spirit of the Advent season comes to life in December 18, 2017 at the auditorium of St. Peter's Church in Bathurst Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. The Living for Christ Prayer Community witnessed the stunning presentation of various Ministries. There were games to enhance the spirit of celebration.

Because of the busyness preparing the Christmas season, the youth showed their leadership in the celebrating of Christmas. We are so proud of the youth member who teamed to be a successful event It also enlightened us the importance of the advent season and rediscover the spirit of Christmas.
It was a gathering of imperfect people but our brokenness had joined us to unite with joy and happiness. Now, it is a time to reflect what Gift to give Jesus Christ for Christmas. Would you offer yourself a Gift of Humility to our Redeemer?

FCCCPC Sports Fest - 2017 Highlights

GO - Living for Christ Prayer Community - Spreading God's love

Toronto - To bring camaraderie among members of the prayer communities, FCCCPC organized a Sports fest last July 28-30, 2017 at the Holy Rosary Parish grounds at St. Clair St. Toronto, Canada. The Sports fest at the Holy Rosary Parish Church gathered around 600 children, young and old people from different ministries and mandated organizations in the FCCCPC to bring them closer to Christ through sports.

Bronze Medal - FCCCPC Sports Fest - 2017 Silver Medal - FCCCPC Sports Fest - 2017

The Project Sports Fest aimed to bring unity among the members and strengthen a friendship with others in the community through sports. This youth and adult sports fest is not about winning or to duel with other young people but to provide you with an opportunity to gather, to know each other, and to have fun in knowing Christ through sports. Aside from that, we also wanted to strengthen all the Catholic charismatic member's bond together.


Gold Medal - FCCCPC Sports Fest - 2017 Closing Program - FCCCPC Sports Fest - 2017

The Living for Christ Prayer Community (LFCPC) won three events including a record performance in the Men's Basketball Conference. The LFCPC finished three medals, bronze for the women of the Volleyball team, Silver for the Men's Volleyball team and gold for the Basketball. Last, spreading God's love was the theme of this wonderful occasion. Our 3 days Sports Fest was a very successful one.
Let us thank God first for the wonderful opportunity to be involved in the 2017 FCCPC Sports fest this weekend. As we have prayed before the start and end of the games - to God be the glory!!! We thank the players for the hard work and the coaches for all teams. But we do not wish to forget the behind the scene support we got from our prayer community and the parents of some players who without them we would all go hungry. Thank you so much for the non-stop food and drinks you brought to us. We appreciate the organizers, the officers and all the volunteers for a job done well.
Praise the Lord! Alleluia!
To God be the Glory, Honor and praise


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"Logo's Theme" - Isaiah 6:1-5
Our Inspiration

In the year of King Uzziah’s death I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, lofty and exalted, with the train of His robe filling the temple. Seraphim stood above Him, each having six wings: with two he covered his face, and with two he covered his feet, and with two he flew.

And one called out to another and said,
Holy, Holy, Holy, is the LORD of hosts,
The whole earth is full of His glory.”

And the foundations of the thresholds trembled at the voice of him who called out, while the temple was filling with smoke.
Then I said,
“Woe is me, for I am ruined!
Because I am a man of unclean lips,
And I live among a people of unclean lips;
For my eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts.”

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New Article, A test of faith



Toronto - FCCCPC organized a Sports fest last July 27-28, 2018 at the Holy Rosary Parish grounds at St. Clair St. Toronto, Canada. One highlight of the event was “FCCCPC Got Talent”, as the member communities rendered singing, dancing, playing instruments and other Cultural activities. The aim of the event was to foster Christian fellowship among members, mix with other prayer communities and show full support and solidarity with one another. The Living for Christ Prayer Community performed an award-winning dance.

Looking backward in our Living for Christ Prayer Community. I recalled on one homeless lady who came to our prayer meeting. We welcomed her and right away she felt the bond of love and touched by the feeling of belonging. Sister Gina came every Friday without missing to praise and worship our God. She also comes down and joins our internal and external activities. She is pleased and asked me how to pray and keeping Jesus as the center in her life. Joint effort of all the members and showed solidarity and help, they gave gifts and monetary help. But one time, we noticed that she was absent for two weeks; we asked our Spiritual adviser and told us; she succumbed to pneumonia. We also caught surprise and learned that she was a wealthy woman who has much money in the bank. As a family of God, we felt the sadness and offered a memorial mass.
Eternal rest grants unto Sister Gina, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her May her souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
On Monday, a cold, windy but sunny bright day, January 28, 2018, the Winter Table Dinner for the Homeless sponsored by the Living for Christ Prayer Community Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was a wonderful multi-ethnic gathering a yearly event of the St. Peter's Church of Toronto. A big turn out where over 100 homeless Brothers and Sisters filled the hall. As Our Most Reverend Robert Kasun, CBS, Aux. Bishop of the Archdiocese of Toronto said in our meeting with him, he emphasized for all prayer group to do extra mile. It was so powerful for it binds us with the homeless people. Feeding them is an example of faith in action. We went home happy and overjoy with pouring heavy snow outside the Church.
"Snow, snow, go away, Come back another day"

I would like to reflect and share some of the amazing things I have learned that Monday, January 29, 2018 during the St Peter’s Church winter table project. Our Prayer group, The Living for Christ Prayer Community volunteered to prepare the meals for our less fortunate brothers and sisters.
We were busy preparing and yet there was a certain feeling of joy and fellowship. My sisters in Christ were singing and laughing. Before the meals, our leader Sis Minda was asked to lead a prayer of blessing and thanksgiving. As I listened to the prayers, I realized that the people who stood in front of me weren’t the junkies and alcoholics that I had imagined, whom I would sometimes avoid to look at. They were my brothers and sisters in Christ who is equally deserving of our help in their time of need. That night, I looked at each person in the eyes and just shared Christ’s love in a way that would give them back their dignity.
I have been hugely inspired by the many volunteers that day. The experience taught me to be more patient, generous, humble and kind. It was a blessing to me and I hope, a blessing to God’s children who we were there to serve. I can’t wait to do it again. Based on my experience that day, I realize that of the many goals and dreams I have for my life, the desire to help others is the most important. God bless.
Sister Gina Picache

One feature on the CCRC Christ the King Rally 2017 will show how the delegates took part with great spirit. The Council presents their appeal to you and all the representatives of your group to show up the annual affair. We are inviting you to join and get your blessing through the various conferences and a specialized convention. You are free to run to persuade others.

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