A Message from Father Nathan
My dearest people who are all close to my heart!
Lots of love, blessings, and prayers to you all.
Join me in Prayer For Fellow Parishioners
I am seeking all of your prayers for some of our brothers and sister who are undergoing some medical issues and health concerns.
They have been extremely great in reaching out to the church and now it is your time to pray for them. They do, to the best of their ability to assist the church in whatever they can.
Now that they cannot be as active as they used to be, it bothers my mind and my heart.
Please remember them and pray for their speedy recovery. May the hand of God heal them and bring them back to normalcy.
I very strongly believe in the power of prayer. Please do join me in praying for them.
Fourth Sunday of Lent
Let Us pray for Peace among nations
Let us, on these days of Holy Lent pray for peace among nations. I don’t want to go into the politics of what’s going on now.
But, the life of ordinary people who have the right and want to live a peaceful life, their life is disturbed, bothered and hence they are in tension. Let us pray for the end of war and for peace in our world of worlds! Let us pray that the leaders understand their role and responsibility and allow people to live in harmony.
As we pray for the end of war, let us also pray for ourselves that our hearts will be freed from envy, grudges, jealousy, and hatred, and may it be replaced with peace and happiness.
God bless you all.
With lots of love and blessing.
Ever at your service.
—Fr. Sahayanathan Nathan
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