Dear Brothers and Sisters,
This year’s Lenten journey is one like we have not ever seen as God’s People.
As we continue to journey through this difficult period of the Coronavirus Pandemic, we are called to take some time to reflect upon God’s loving presence in our lives. This is a challenge for us since we are all struggling in different ways now. The Good News tells us that even in the midst of a pandemic, our God is ever-faithful and loves each of us unconditionally.
The season of Lent offers us the opportunity to enter a little more deeply into this reality. We are called to pause during the day and to turn to God who is always with us. We are called to recognize the many ways that God comes to us daily and to share God’s love with others.
I would like to invite you to consider joining us as we gather every Sunday as God’s People. It is at the Sunday Eucharistic Liturgy that God becomes real for our Parish community. It is here that we hear God’s Word, are nourished by His Real Presence in the Eucharist and experience God present in all of us gathered together. Sunday Mass is at the heart of our parish community and I would like to invite you to join us for this important family meal.
I would like to remind everyone that we have many protocols in place which keep all of us safe at these gatherings. We ask that you call the Parish Office to register for Mass or register online on our website or Parish App. We also ask that you follow the protocols that are in place which include wearing a mask and keeping socially distant. Our Goal is to safely gather so God can continue to bless all members of our parish. I look forward to seeing you all soon at our Sunday Liturgy, the most important thing we do as God’s People.