Greetings from Fr. Ross
Peace and Blessings. With the Inauguration our President Biden, we begin a new chapter in the history of our country. We pray for him that he might help bring about the healing of our country, both concerning the virus and the political situation. While we still have a ways to go in order to return to a less stressful and more “normal” way of living, along with our prayers, we have to make sure we don’t let our guard down. We need to maintain the directives and guidelines concerning the wearing of masks, social distancing, hand washing, etc. May we all also be Instruments of Peace.
We are celebrating our daily Masses (8:00 AM) and our weekend Masses in person (Saturday at 4:00 PM and Sunday at 8:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM.) The obligation to attend Mass continues to be suspended. We continue to Live Stream all our Masses. The Masses are also saved if you would like to view Mass a little later on in the day. At the appropriate time click on “Live Stream Mass” below and then click on the “▹” which is found in the center of the screen.
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Our Facebook Evening Chat around 7:30 PM, Monday to Friday, continues to be a little bright spot in the day. It lasts about 10 minutes or so and finishes off with prayer for all those important intentions that we have. To join us, click on “Evening Chat” above.
Don’t forget to check out our Weekly Bulletin, the Sunday Homily and Reflection. (The tabs are found below.) Please do not hesitate to contact me with any of your questions or concerns via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give me call (Office: 627-2710, Ext. 11 / Cell: 410-258-4087). May our closeness to God and each other fill our hearts with hope and confidence. May God continue to bless you and your loved ones. May we continue to bless one another with our kindness, gentleness, patience and prayers. DON’T FORGET: WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS! AMEN!
Bishop Michael Fisher was installed as the Fifteenth Bishop of Buffalo at St. Joseph’s Cathedral on January 15. Let us pray for Bishop Fisher as he begins his ministry as the Shepherd of our Diocese. May this be a new beginning for us and a time of renewal as we begin the year 2021.