From the Desk of Father Nathan | November 01, 2020
A Message from Father Nathan
My dearest people who are all close to my heart!
Lots of love, blessings, and prayers to you all.
All Souls Day | November 2, 2020
“In Him, the hope of blessed resurrection has dawned. That those saddened by the certainty of dying might be consoled by the promise of immortality to come. Indeed for your faithful, Lord, life is changed not ended, and, when this earthly dwelling turns to dust, an eternal dwelling is made ready for them in heaven”.
Catholic Beliefs about souls
- The first is heaven, where a person who dies in a state of perfect grace and communion with God goes.
- The second is hell, where those who die in a state of mortal sin are naturally condemned by their choices.
- The third is the intermediate option of purgatory. It is thought to be where most people, free of mortal sin, but still in a state of lesser (venial) sin, must go.
All souls Day
- First – By our prayerful assistance they are able to reach a better level
- Second – By reaching out to them, they in turn would also assist us by their intercession for our life.
God bless you all.
With love and blessings,
Ever at your service.
—Fr. Sahayanathan Nathan
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Past Messages from Father Nathan
What is the Sacrament of Confession? Why do we need confession? What are the benefits of going to confession? The Sacrament of Confession is one of the most unique and beautiful aspects of Catholicism. Jesus Christ, in His abundant love and mercy, established the Sacrament of Confession so that we as sinners can obtain forgiveness for our sins and reconcile with God, our neighbors, and the Church.
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…
We have just started the Lenten season. It’s one of the most precious and holiest seasons of the year… Let us try to know Christ and let us try to understand him. Please, make an effort to talk to Him and with Him through the readings of the scripture, praying the rosary as a family,
Ash Wednesday | The Beginning of Lent
“Repent and believe in the Gospel” is the captivating sentence as we begin the holy season of Lent. For any Roman Catholic Church, the suffering the death of Christ is the mystery of our faith. Our faith revolves around this.
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.