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TUESDAY MUSINGS 5/28

THANK YOU Sr. Mary Aloysius, OCD Loretto School Principal for 11 years, 16 years total. Thank you for your exceptional performance. THANK YOU Sr. Timothy Marie Kennedy, OCD, the local superior here assigned for only 4 (correction just 2, not 4) years. She wrote a book, In the Face of Darkness with the subtitle The Heroic Life and Holy Death of Mother Luisita published by Sophia Institute Press available in Amazon for $13.84 (paperback)/$7.99 (kindle). We wish them well as they head to their new assignments. Thanks for the friendship. You will be missed...so much...

 

 

THANK YOU

We bid farewell to two amazing teachers at Loretto School, Anna Anciani and Regina Luke. These two young ladies are high- caliber Catholics. They go to daily Masses, prayerful, pious, devout (name it). Both of them helped jumpstart the young adults ministry. The school and the catholic community especially St. Luke will miss them dearly.   

 

CELEBRATING SOMETHING

Last Sunday, May 26 was the 16th anniversary of my arrival in the United States. As I recall, two months after (July 2003), I drove here in Douglas and actually crossed the border, Agua Prieta to join a March. I had the chance to visit the Immaculate Conception church (which I initially thought was tiny) and rectory along with St. Bernard in Pirtleville but not St. Luke as I was told it was a quite distance.  Fr. Marco took me to a Mexican Restaurant in town (I don’t remember the place). I ordered chimichanga and for over a decade, that’s the one I got (no contest) everywhere I went without looking at the menu y lemonada sin yelo.

 

We offer prayers for the eternal repose of the souls of the parishioners who recently passed away: Cynthia Williams and Maria del Carmen and offer condolences, sympathy and consolation to the grieving families, relatives and friends. Rest assured, they are included in the prayers of the community.   

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.   

 

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