From the Desk of Father Nathan

St Gabriel Catholic Church | Pompano Beach
God Bless You All

A Message from Father Nathan

My dearest people closest to my heart!
God bless you and your generous heart


He is Risen from the Dead

Christians celebrate Easter to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,. as described in the New Testament of the Bible.

Crucified. Died. Risen. 

We believe that Jesus was crucified on Good Friday, and three days later, on Easter Sunday, He rose from the dead, symbolizing victory over sin and death. The resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday is the cornerstone of the Christian faith, signifying the fulfillment of God’s plan for redemption and offering believers the promise of eternal life. It is a day of immense joy and hope, as we celebrate the victory of light over darkness, life over death, and the triumph of God’s love for humanity.

Jesus’ sacrifice and the promise of eternal life

Easter Sunday is a profound reminder of the transformative power of faith and the enduring message of hope that resonates throughout the ages. It is a time for us to reflect on the significance of Jesus’ sacrifice and the promise of eternal life. The resurrection, the central doctrine of Christianity, emphasizes the hope and redemption offered through faith in Jesus Christ.

The significance of Easter is Jesus Christ’s triumph over death. His resurrection means eternal life is granted to all who believe in Him. The purpose of Easter also means the full confirmation of all that Jesus taught and preached during His three-year ministry. If He had not risen from the dead, or simply died and not been resurrected, He would have been thought of a just another teacher of prophet. However, His resurrection refuted all that and provided final and undeniable proof that He was the Son of God and that He had overcome death once and for all. The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the core of the Christian Gospel. As we are celebrating this Easter. May the risen Christ give us the hope and purpose to live out our faith.


With lots of love and blessings,

Ever wanting to be faithful to your service,

— Fr. Sahayanathan Nathan

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