The Queen of Peace Cenacle meets once a month at the Church. Please check the calendar below for upcoming prayer service.
A cenacle prayer service consists of prayer petitions, the Holy Rosary, a few other short prayers, reading of one of the messages from the book, Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and concluding with Benediction.
Three parishioners began a small prayer group at St. Dominic in the Fall of 1993 after returning from a trip to Medjugorje. In October of that year, Fr. Jacob Restrick, our Pastor, introduced us to the Marian Movement of Priests.
The Movement began on the 8th of May, 1972, while Fr. Don Stefano Gobbi was taking part in a pilgrimage to Fatima and was praying in the little Chapel of the Apparitions when he was inspired by our heavenly Mother to form a cohort with her priest-sons who would accept her invitation to consecrate themselves to her Immaculate Heart and to bring the faithful into the secure refuge of her motherly Heart. He accepted our Lady’s invitation and the Marian Movement of Priests began. Fr. Gobbi has received messages from our Lady beginning in July 1973 until her last message on December 31, 1997, which is compiled in a book entitled To the Priests Our Lady’s Beloved Sons.
Through the grace of the Holy Spirit, The Marian Movement of Priests has succeeded in spreading worldwide, as our Lady requested in her message in Quebec on October 7, 1990, “Spread these cenacles everywhere, like rays of light which come down to lighten up the earth in these days of great darkness.”
Our cenacle has been together for 20 years. It is truly a wonderful gift and blessing to all of us and through our prayer, grace and goodness has benefited our parish and community over the years. We have also enjoyed several Children’s Cenacles in past years.
Part of our social life included luncheons, picnics and seasonal parties.
If you are interested in attending this holy hour or have any questions regarding the Marian Movement of Priests, contact Linda at 330-782-7289 or firstname.lastname@example.org., or leave your name, number or e-mail address at the priory office.