Father Nathan St Gabriel | November 05, 2019
A Message from Father Nathan
My dearest people who are close to my heart.
Last Sunday right after the weekend Mass a parishioner came to me and thanked me for bringing the parish together. I felt happy about that, but at the same time, I feet it’s my responsibility to bring the parish together and improve our community development.
I don’t want to go into the details that caused this tension, but I feel that it’s my calling to bring the community together and work toward this community as a family. I will work hard on it. I will. May God help me.
The month of November is the month to pray for the departed souls; hence, let us remember and pray for all the bishops and priests who ministered in our diocese and our parish.
Let us also pray for all our family members who have departed from this life and have gone to be with Christ and interceding for us. May their prayers be for us. Let us pray for them. May their souls rest in peace.
I would like to inform you also that I will be visiting my home for a month from the second week fo January to the second week of February 2020 hence if there is anything you wanted to discuss with me please let me know.
My dear people, please let us grow in our relationship with each other and with our Lord. May the Eucharist Lord unite us always. My our blessed Mother lead each and every one of us and our family closer to Christ.
Please be assured of my prayers for each and every one of you. You are rememberred and prayed for in my personal prayerrs and at the altar
With lots of love and ever at your service,
Fr. Sahayanthan Nathan
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