Last weekend’s “Grand Reopening” of our remodeled parish hall and offices was the perfect finish to the Thanksgiving holiday. We had many people here that I haven’t seen since probably the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic; more and more people are now vaccinated and probably feel much safer about beginning some socializing again. Lots of families also got together for the Thanksgiving holiday that kept last year’s gatherings to a minimum. It was truly great to see many familiar faces, and we were also more than able to extend a welcome to the high number of visitors who were here. To help you reminisce a little, here is a link to the photos that were taken during the celebrations.
Let’s hope this is the beginning of normal life again. We hope to recommence Bible study in the early part of the new year, but more about that then. Let’s get through Christmas and the New Year first.
Next Wednesday, 12/8 is a holy day of obligation; it is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mass for the Feast Day is at the usual weekday time of 9:00 am.
God bless, stay safe and be well,
Fr. Niall Nolan
CCE Homily Question for December 5:
Name someone you think is a prophet today, and why?
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