The Easter Season
“Go in peace to love and serve the Lord.”
With these words, all the baptized are dismissed from the eucharist. But the work of the baptized is not completed by participating in the sacred liturgy.
The eucharist itself is not complete until those who have celebrated it return to the world from which they came to continue to offer intercession, praise and thanksgiving through their attitudes, actions, and interactions in everyday life.
During the Fifty Days of Easter, all the baptized are invited to deepen their understanding of what it means to have been baptized and confirmed and to continue to participate in all the sacraments, particularly the eucharist.
Perhaps you hear the Lord’s call to reflect more deeply upon the faith we share? The mission into which we all are baptized is to proclaim Good News and to bring all people to the Father.
In our community we are always in need of individuals to take up this challenge. We are always in need of individuals to assist with our various liturgical, catechetical, and social ministries. We are looking for individuals to assist in better facilitating communication within our parish and our community. We are always searching for ways to provide the resources, the skills, and the abilities to live as God’s faithful people in this world. If you’re interested, just let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take some time to browse our website and learn more about our church and parish community.
I hope that your visit will prove fruitful. Please contact us if you are in need of further assistance or service.
May God’s blessings be always yours,
Father Michael P. Sikon, pastor