Tuesday of the 30th Week in Ordinary Time

Shalom, Y’All:

Welcome to Tuesday of the 30th Week in Ordinary Time. The readings for today can be found if you Click Here for Today's Readings .

Yours truly is the celebrant and homilist for our Liturgy of the Word video, which is now posted on our Facebook page.  The reflection that follows is a prayer to Our Lady of Fatima, and the Memorare prayer is included in that reflection.

I felt moved today to say “thank you” to some foks.

First of all, thank you to the Ushers…headed up by Ed Reith…who are faithfully serving our Weekday and Sunday Masses during this time.  There aren’t anywhere as many who are able to serve now as during the “normal times,” and so we really appreciate those of you who are willing and able to be here to serve.  Thank you.

And, many thanks to those who are signing up on Sundays to serve as Readers and Ems.  Again, there aren’t anywhere close to as many serving now as there are during the non-Covid times, so we are so grateful to those of you who are here to serve.  Thank you.

And thank you to the folks who are helping out at confessions during the week.  We always want to have two “helpers” to help me out during confessions so that the folks know where to go, where to stand, and when it is time for them to go up to make their confession.  I don’t know what I would do without you guys, so thank you for your ongoing service.

Thanks to all of you for serving the Lord and His people…you are much appreciated.

And, speaking of Sunday and Weekday Masses…you can Click Here to Sign Up for Sunday Mass .

You can also Click Here to Sign Up for Weekday Masses .

We hope you all have a great rest of the week and we hope you stay warm and dry.  Looks cold and wet for today.

Blessings to all.

Your servant in Christ,

Deacon Ken