August 12 7 19, 2018 Bulletin
Dear Friends in Christ,
As the "Bread of Life" discourse continues over the next few weeks, we'll read Jesus' proclamations, this Sunday, that "I am the bread of life" and next Sunday, that "I am the living bread that came down from heaven." Upon reflection, these phrases were illustrated for me on Wednesday when I was privileged to hold the day-old son of some friends. The baby is a discrete representation of the love that the father has for the mother and vice versa. True love is meant to nourish everyone involved and to bear fruit. Unfortunately, it seems that the world would have us believe all sorts of distorted notions of love that end up denying the dignity of the person having been created by God in His own image and likeness. But thankfully in this beautiful example, among many others, the husband and wife nourish each other, and the result is the baby, the fruit of their union.
On a practical note, please contact me regarding imminent deliveries of babies. It's most important if there are complications. Even if there aren't complications, please still notify me so that a visit to the hospital be made and the baby receive a blessing. - Fr. Andrew
July 15 & 22, 2018 Bulletin
Dear Friends in Christ:
While this isn’t exactly the start that I imagined having here, I wonder if it’s a test by God and/or a display of His sometimes very strange sense of humor. Nonetheless, I’m thankful to be here serving Him and you. Please be patient with me as we undergo repairs in the offices and at the rectory and because this is my first time as pastor. Lastly, know of my prayer for you; please pray for me. God bless.
- Fr. Andrew