Letter of Father Lester, 4-08-21

Beloved Parishioners,

Dear Parishioners and Friends,

“Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless…look kindly upon us and increase your mercy in us that in difficult moments we might not despair…”
~~ Chaplet of the Divine Mercy.

Happy Easter Season to All!

      I’m so grateful to God that we were able to celebrate Holy Week together in the church and I was so glad to see so many of you! I understand there are some who were unable to attend and I’m sure they were joining our celebration from home. There are those who completed their vaccination already and still many others are waiting, but we all continue to be extra careful.
       I want to let you know that we continue to ensure the safety of everyone by following the guidelines and making the church as clean and healthy as possible. This Sunday, Divine Mercy Sunday, may we offer our prayers for the recovery and healing of all the sick, for the dying, for all who are suffering, and for the end of the pandemic. May our merciful God have mercy on us and on the whole world.

      Our Parish is so blessed by our ever generous parishioners, friends and benefactors. Our collection shows your overwhelming support of our church and is essential in helping us meet the needs of the parish in this most difficult time.
      I sincerely thank you, for you never cease giving and sending in your donations to our great parish! I keep you always in my prayers and may God reward you abundantly.

      Know that Easter Season has 50 days compared to the 40 days of Lent, and so together let us rejoice and celebrate the life that the Risen Christ has given us.
      Never forget to wear our Christian uniform, our smile, sing our song, Alleluia, and our mission to spread Easter Joy to the world.

Take care always and Be Well!
Fr. Lester

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A Prayer for Safekeeping

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Pope Francis’ Prayer for the Year of St. Joseph

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Our Lenten Schedule for 2021

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Readings for April 11, 2021

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"Sunday Connection" from Loyola Press

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Reflections on "Second Sunday of Easter (or Sunday of Divine Mercy) " From "Catholic Culture

 

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