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It is that wonderful time of the year!
Dear parishioners:
Most of our lives are characterized by waiting: we wait for another Christmas, for family gatherings, for that well deserved holiday, for test results, to pay off the mortgage, for the coming of a new baby! In all of this waiting there is an active preparation. Waiting can bring a great sense of expectant joy but can also illicit anxiety and stress.
In all of the preparations for Christmas, we may lose sight of what we are celebrating and preparing for? This season of advent calls us to recognize that JESUS has come to us as Light to the Nations who has come do dispel the darkness and coldness of this world and He has come bring us HOPE, PEACE, JUSTICE AND DIGNITY FOR ALL HUMAN BEINGS.
Therefore, Advent gives us an opportunity to prepare not only for Christmas but to prepare for the ultimate coming of Jesus in Glory. It also invites us to take inventory of our lives of how we are sharing in bringing about a more just, peaceful world, a more joyful family life, hope and justice for all to live with dignity. Finally the coming of Jesus, is a sign of God’s desire to share His love and enter intimately in our lives as God became man, the great mystery called the INCARNATION, GOD MADE FLESH.
On my behalf and the parish staff, Margaret, Eva, we want to wish you a peaceful and joy filled Christmas and New Year. We thank you profoundly for all your loving support of affection, prayers and your generosity throughout the year.
Please come and celebrate with us this wonderful time of the year
here are the mass schedule in English:
Sunday, December 24, 2017 (4th Sunday of Advent)
11:00 am – English Mass (Christmas Eve) 6:00 pm – English Family Mass
Monday, December 25, 2017 (Christmas day)
11:00 am – English Christmas Mass
Sunday, December 31, 2017 (Holy Family)11:00 am – English Mass
Solemnity of Mary Mother of God & World Peace/
5:00 pm – Bilingual Mass
Monday– January 1, 2018 10:00 am - Bilingual Mass