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TUESDAY MUSINGS 9/10

No word can fully express the grief and the loss experienced in the 9/11 horrific attacks. In a solemn moment, tomorrow, America mournfully commemorates this terrible event in her history. US will never forget. No one will get over it. The pain and wound is still as fresh as ever. Healing may take a lifetime. The souls of the victims (aboard the plane, the twin towers, the first responders as well those who died of illnesses) will forever be remembered.  

FIESTA IN REVIEW

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped support the parish fiesta. It went very well. Mother nature is beyond our control. There was heavy downpour of rain especially on Sunday afternoon. We had no choice but to close. Other than that, I for one had so much fun in ways I can't tell you. 

As always, we offer prayers for the homebound, speedy recovery for the sick, hope for the terminally ill and the dying.  

Let’s pray for the eternal repose of the souls of the parishioners who recently passed away and offer condolences, sympathy and consolation to the grieving families, relatives and friends. Rest assured, they are included in the prayers of the community.

Mike Nieves

In a very solemn moment, on this world suicide prevention day, we especially pray for those who took their own lives. If you know someone having thoughts of suicide, don't wait, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). Here's a link for more resources, SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources. If not, call the parish offices. Life is precious. Life is at stake. There's no reason to take it.  

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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