About Us

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We are a group of Roman Catholic lay people who follow the spirituality of devotion to the Holy Spirit. We are under the authority of the Archdiocese of Toronto. Our current spiritual director is a Reverend Father Matthias Kotoka Amuzu, a Roman catholic priest in good standing with the Archdiocese Diocese. Deacon John Coletti is our liaison with Cardinal Thomas Collins.

Toronto    We are made up of a core team (president, vice-president, spiritual director, liaison to the Cardinal), 11 member board, 7 geographic Zones and 6 Ethnic communities which contain 2 individual prayer groups.

Our Mandate

     To foster conversion, personal and ongoing, to our Lord Jesus Christ. To foster sanctification of people through an openness to and receptivity to the Holy Spirit through the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, as well as an ongoing transformation in Christ Edification or the building up of the Church through teaching and exercise of the spiritual gifts or charismata. Evangelization of nominal and faithful Catholics, as well as non-believers. To encourage all Catholics to become disciples that are intentional about their
spiritual growth and will themselves “go and make disciples” wherever they are. To assist with shepherding of the Charismatic Prayer Groups and the Charismatic Renewal in the Archdiocese of Toronto.
     Promotion and provision of leadership formation and educational opportunities within the Charismatic Renewal and in the Church. To pass on the ‘current of grace’ to the younger generations through developing effective children, youth, and young adult ministries that will aim to produce future leaders and holy vocations.
Serve as a pool of resources to the prayer groups in providing lists of speakers, ministries, groups, books, video, audio, online teachings on the website (digital media) and other printed material. 
    Integration of the charismatic entity within the pastoral life of the Church, conforming to and participating in its Apostolic goals and therein being at the service of the ecclesial mission for the good of all. Commitment to social action in society (incl. the marginalized, the poor, pro-life, human justice…) Foster unity and collaboration between the charismatic and the institutional arms of the Church Structure in the light of the Vatican II documents and subsequent encyclicals, exhortations, homilies, etc. and in accord with any documents from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops ( CCCB in short form). To encourage and participate in the Church’s irrevocable call to ecumenism.

More than 25 Years
of Experience

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