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Diocese of Norwich, Norwich, Connecticut The Charismatic Renewal Ministry in the Norwich Diocese is not a program, or a doctrine, but rather a spirituality, and an experience, a way of life, very deeply rooted in Sacred Scripture. It is a way of life by which a person develops a relationship with God and experiences the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. There are currently more than 15 million people who have experienced this in the United States alone! At the very heart of the Charismatic Renewal is the personal awareness of the presence and power of God dwelling within a person. Thus, one is encouraged to live one's life led by the Holy Spirit. Call Spiritual Renewal Services (860) 887-0702 today!
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