Through baptism Christ has transformed each one of us into a new being, called to glorify and give praise to the Father.

In the dynamism of faith received from the Church, in communion with the members of the Body of Christ in Heaven and on earth, we are called to praise our God and to thank Him for all that He does in our lives.

With hymns and songs of joy we want to sanctify the Name of God. We wish to enter into this celestial praise in anticipation of the Kingdom, thus becoming authentic witnesses of Christ through an expression of beauty, joy, and fervor.

Our liturgical celebrations are open to charismatic expression, be it spontaneous prayer, singing in tongues, or a free form of praise. We listen to the Holy Spirit and discern our charisms for the good and edification of all, so that we might all receive God’s wisdom.

“Whether extraordinary or simple and humble, charisms are graces of the Holy Spirit which directly or indirectly benefit the Church, ordered as they are to building her up, to the good of men, and to the needs of the world. Charisms are to be accepted with gratitude by their receiver as well as all members of the Church. They are a wonderfully rich grace for apostolic vitality and the holiness of the entire Body of Christ, provided they really are genuine gifts of the Holy Spirit and are used in full conformity with authentic promptings of this same Spirit, that is, in keeping with charity, the true measure of all charisms.” CCC 799-800

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