Cenacle Prayers to Our Lady Queen of All Hearts

What is a Cenacle in the Catholic Church?
The cenacle is a small faith-sharing group. It is as old as the Church itself. The idea contained in the word cenacle is derived from the meeting of our Lord’s followers in the upper room where He celebrated the Last Supper. The Latin word for supper is cena.

St. Louis de Montfort tried to explain in his book “True Devotion to Mary” that for us to be true Christians, we need to have some elements of devotion to the Blessed Mother of God. It is based on this that we want to establish in our parish Cenacle Prayers to Our Lady Queen of All Hearts.
Marian Cenacle is when a group of people gather in prayer in Union with Mary as in the Acts of the Apostles 1:14 where the Apostles gathered in prayer in Union with Mary while awaiting the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.


The cenacle program will be held on every second Monday of the month. It will be alternated between the two Churches.

  • Ss Peter & Paul: January, March, May, July, September, November
  • St Luke: February, April, June, August, October, December

The Cenacle will be preceded by Mass at 6:30 p.m..  Prayers will begin officially at 7 pm.

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