Father Nathan St Gabriel | January 5, 2020
A Message from Father Nathan
My dearest people who are close to my heart!
Prayerful greetings to you.
New Year’s Wishes
May the New Year 2020 offer you only great things every day of your life. May this year be a year of blessings to our community. Those are my prayers for each of you and our parish.
2020 ARCHBISHOP CHARITIES & DEVELOPMENT DRIVE
As we know the ABCD starts next week. The target or goal for our parish is $191,366. Everything is planned out. Please be generous.
Special Thanks & Recognition
I would like to appreciate all those who sacrificed and toiled for the celebration of Christmas. I do appreciate your work. Thank you.
There were innumerable many who worked very hard. May God bless them. No doubt our maintenance officer Jimmy was responsible for much of it. He worked many Saturdays. I would also like to thank our secretary Marie for coordinating everything. I feel our staff is a source of strength to our parish.
May God bless them, our Liturgy Team, Mens Club and the CCW for their contribution and planning of the liturgy and for the lighting. Mr. & Mrs. Sheen, Mr. & Mrs. Kelly & the whole Kelly family, Mr. Tony for decorating inside the church. Extremely detailed people. God bless them.
Those little angels who did the Gloria, Capri Park, Finely Bork, Grace Gibula, Samantha Robinson and Clair Davidson. They were awesome. God bless you children. I would like to thank their parents and grandparents for supporting them and bringing them. Thanks as well for your understanding.
And all those three gentlemen, Mr. Andy Buglione , Mr. Frank Civitano and Mr. Andy who played the Santa’s role. Great job guys. No doubt our Music Director Andrew Reid and Ani Kampur. Great job guys.
Our ministers of the Eucharist, altar servers,lectors and ushers. Wonderful job. God bless you. So proud of you. Let us grow in our relationship with God and with our community
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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