33rd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
My dear friends,
The rising number of COVID-19 cases is of great concern. We thank God that there have been no outbreaks in our parish or in any of the 44 parishes in our diocese. This is all in thanks to our dedicated sanitizing volunteers and for each of you, joining us for Mass, who remain dedicated to keeping our worship space safe.
I once again remind everyone to:
As we continue to navigate through these times with Christ as our guide as we pray for an end to this pandemic, we place our trust in God while ensuring we continue with our best practices to protect the health and safety of all coming to worship with us at St. Julia.
We continue to pray for all those who have died from COVID-19, the family and friends who mourn their loss, and for all of the doctors, nurses and paramedics who care for the sick.
We also pray for those who are homebound, in long-term care facilities, and those who systems are compromised. May they continue to be safe as we pray for their mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.
Know of my continued prayers for each of you and those that you love.
From Our Pastor