Gospel Photo of the Week
This is my last posting; I hope you all have enjoyed the posts up to now. I have tried to bring out various aspects of liturgical life in our parish. Today, I want to say thanks for all the great support you all have given me in this, my first solo assignment. I hope I have not offended anyone, with a bit of Irish in my makeup; I don't always filter my comments as I should, so if I have offended anyone, please accept my apology.
I wish to thank all the ministers, altar servers and hospitality people for their contributions to making Mass the grand celebration that ought to be Mass. I am sure getting used to the new guy can be a bit stressful.
I wish to thank Veronica Schweitzer and all the teachers and staff who have carried on the sacred duty of educating the children presented to our parish school in a professional manner. The school is in good shape and has not been a source of concern at all.
I wish to thank the Parish Council, the Finance Council, and the newly formed Worship Committee for their dedication and efforts to move this parish forward. All the members have contributed greatly to the discussions and helped form a solid direction forward.
I wish to thank the Men's Prayer Group who welcomed me and provided such good discussions on issues of faith.
I wish, finally, to thank all the staff members that have supported the business operations of this parish. The Bailey's, Kim and Wayne, who have helped me to get started here. I especially want to thank Tom Martin who, dollar for dollar, is the best maintenance, janitor, and all-around great help. His knowledge and insight of many issues has been a key component to decisions that had to be made. Last but not least, I wish to thank Lora Funicelli, whose accounting skills and determined problem solving has allowed for many areas of improvement in among other things our financial accounts, our stipend/intentions accounting and improving our sacrament records, all of which are required if the parish is to move forward.
I wanted to avoid thanking folks individually since any attempt at doing so would no-doubt come up short. I do want to make sure that you all know that you are in my prayers. I will forever be grateful for the friendship and support of all of you and know that if you need anything, please don't hesitate to call.
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