From the Desk of Father Nathan | June 21, 2020
Happy Father’s Day!
A Message from Father Nathan
My humble prayers to you. I cannot imagine that I have spent already one whole year here at this wonderful parish.
Time past just like that. I reach here on 06/15/19 evening. The whole year is a time of blessings, graceful, and learning…
You, my friends, are wonderful. As I very many times repeat, I love to be here. As we move into the church, I get the sense that our people are coming out of their fear, which is good. We will still be more careful in handling the disinfection of the church, parish hall, and all the facilities.
Please help me as well. If you have any suggestions, observations, or comments please let me know. I am open to that. Our esteemed Archdiocese is also concerned about the parishes. Let us pray that we will get over this situation soon and that normalcy will be back.
This week we are going to celebrate Father’s Day. It is a day of honoring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. None of us start and move our life from zero. We are influenced by very many people, their thoughts and actions do influence us. No doubt that the influence of our fathers are always incredible in our lives.
As we celebrate Father’s Day, let us remember and pray for our fathers both living and dead. Let us thank the Lord for the persons they are. Let us appreciate their influence on our lives.
It’s the day we remember the many sacrifices fathers make for their children and families, and ways.. both big and small—they lift children to achieve dreams thought beyond reach.
May God bless our fathers.
FATHER’S DAY PRAYER
God, our Father
Bless these men,
that they may find strength as fathers.
Let the example of their faith and love shine forth
Grant that we, their sons and daughters
may honor them always
with a spirit of profound respect.
May God Bless You All.
Please Stay Safe and healthy!
Ever at your service.
– With lots of love and blessing,
—Fr. Sahayanathan Nathan
My dearest people who are close to my heart!
CHURCH OPENING, Beginning Monday, June 15th.
Prayerful greetings to you.
I hope you are doing great with the grace of our Lord. I could see lots of people have started to come back to church. I feel extremely delighted about it.
We will start having the Masses starting Monday, June 15th inside the church. It’s going to be extremely challenging and draining, but we will venture into doing it.
We need your extreme cooperation, please help us by abiding by the updated guidelines.
- The main door to the right in the front of the church will be only one door to be kept open.
- You will be ushered in.
- Families can sit together either the left and right sides of the aisles
- The center aisles will seat 3
- We will leave every other pew empty
- Please leave mass the same way,
- Please follow the social distancing and leave the church quickly so we can get ready for the next Mass.
This extremely sensitive and important, please cooperate with the ushers.
Please let me know if I can be of some help to you.
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Past Messages from Father Nathan
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The Mysteries of our Faith. As the Lenten Season has started please make all the efforts possible to participate in the liturgy and other pious activities of the church. These are the ways and means we are able to understand the mystery of Christ…
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Ash Wednesday | The Beginning of Lent
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Let me again have the privilege to thank all of you again for your support and for the love that you continue to shower down upon me.
Thoughts on healing a broken heart… Thank you for your love and care. It’s the greatest and warming feeling that one is being loved, we hear that Christ longed for this acceptance from His people when he lived here in His time.