My Dear Parishioners and Friends,
We are still in the Octave of Easter as I write this, the Octave culminates this Sunday, Divine Mercy Sunday. Let us give thanks for the Divine Mercy shown to us in the Passion, in the
Death and in the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
I want to thank all of you for your participation in the various Liturgies of the Triduum. None of these three days are listed as Holy Days of Obligation, but they are some of the most important days of the year. Without going through these holy days, THE Holy Day, Easter, would mean very little, if anything. It has been my prayer that whether at Holy Ghost or at Incarnation
of Our Lord, each of you found a deeper relationship with our Risen Lord.
I also want to thank you, no matter what parish you belong to, that those of you who celebrated when the other parish hosted the Services, that you came and by your presence made them that
much richer. I was grateful to Fr. Butera and Msgr.’s Gobitas and Kozel for their assistance this year. Their assistance in the future is not guaranteed , so THANK YOU dear brothers, for
helping us out this Season! And, again, thank you for the many gifts and cards and treats that so many of you shared with the parishes. I promise I did not sit down and eat them all at
On this Divine Mercy Sunday, we share a common theme: For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have Mercy on us and on the whole world!
God bless you all,