From the Desk of Father Nathan

St Gabriel Catholic Church | Pompano Beach
God Bless You All

Father Nathan St Gabriel | December 29, 2019

A Message from Father Nathan

My dearest people who are close to my heart.

My Sincerest Thanks!

Once again may I take this opportunity to thank you for your love, concern and support for me.

Thank you also for all your CCC (calories, cards & currencies).  As I always say to you, I feel extremely blessed.  Blessing to all people who put in their hard work for the meaningful celebration of Christmas. 

God bless you all.

Mea Culpa

2019 will be gone soon and we all will be in 2020. 

As we are going into the NEW YEAR, if I have offended anyone, may I request you to forgive me.  I don’t want to offend any of my people. 

I want extremely good relations with my people, but on the administration side, there is a possiblity that I have offended some people. 

In case I have, please know that I feel bad about it and I am very sorry. 

Please pray that I may not continue that in the New Year. 

I have enjoyed a wonderful six months being with you.  I am cherishing every minute of being here; you are my people, you are teaching me and inspiring me by your lives. 

Thank you!

Praise God!

May God bless you abundantly.

Happy New Year

May I wish you all a happy and prosperous NEW YEAR in 2020

May the Lord bestow good health, peace of mind, love and above all blessings of God upon you.

May the Lord bless you and keep you.

May the Lord make his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you.

May the Lord lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.

Happy New Year 2020!

Let our Blessed Lord lead us a walk along with us in our community throughout this year.

God bless you all.  Please pray for me and please be assured of my prayers for you all.

 

With lots of love and ever at your service,

Fr. Sahayanthan Nathan

 

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Past Messages from Father Nathan

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 17, 2021

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 17, 2021

Together, We Are the Church. A universal body of believers, delivering God’s message of hope and love to everyone, everywhere. Your generosity to the Archbishop’s Charity and Development Drive, ABCD, serves the Church so that the Church can serve you.

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From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 10, 2021

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 10, 2021

Together, We Are the Church. A universal body of believers, delivering God’s message of hope and love to everyone, everywhere. Your generosity to the Archbishop’s Charity and Development Drive, ABCD, serves the Church so that the Church can serve you.

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From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 3, 2021

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | January 3, 2021

Happy New Year. Goodbye, 2020. Hello, 2021. We have all experienced a most unusual year. Our lives have had to adjust to never-ending uncertainties that shake our personal and public lives. We have witnessed a shutdown in our thoughts and actions all over the world…

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From The Desk Of Father Nathan | December 20, 2020

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | December 20, 2020

Merry Christmas to You! “JOY TO THE WORLD” Fourth Advent of Sunday. In this season…when the people were all tired, worried, concerned, and waiting with lots of perplexities, the Lord incarnated Himself and opened up a new world of love to His people.

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From The Desk Of Father Nathan | November 1, 2020

From The Desk Of Father Nathan | November 1, 2020

On November 2nd we are going to celebrate All Souls Day. This is a holy day set aside for honoring the dead. The day is primarily celebrated in the Catholic Church, but it is also celebrated in the Eastern Orthodox Church as well as a few other denominations of Christianity.

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