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  • 2021 MASS BOOK IS open

    The 2021 Mass Book is Open
    for All Intentions.
     

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  • Message from Fr. Staar

    Audio Message

    Christmas 2020

    Dear Parishioners,
     

    During this most wonderful time of the year, we are reminded of just how blessed we are.  First and foremost, we are loved by our good and gracious God who made us for Himself.  We are His beloved children with whom He shares His very life and love.  He gave us his own Beloved Son as Savior and brother, who redeemed us by the mystery of his birth, life, and death, and won for us the gift of life eternal, and gave us the great gift of His Body and Blood in the Eucharist.  And they sent us the Holy Spirit, who sanctifies, guides, teaches and protects us.  This gracious God gave us our parents, families, and friends, as gifts to one another, to love, help, and cherish, through our pilgrimage of life.  And He gives us, as fellow parishioners of our beloved Christ the King faith community, the opportunity to know and love and serve each other as we travel on our individual journeys to our eternal home with Him in heaven.

    During this exceedingly difficult time of pandemic, isolation, illness and death of dear ones, we must hold fast and not lose hope.  I urge you to please make every effort to cling to your faith, better days are around the corner.  Yes, all of us are hurting this Christmas as never before, while we avoid gathering with our families and loved ones for the sake of a greater good.  Some among us will be left all alone on Christmas, perhaps for the first time.  So, may I recommend something quite simple this year?  Pick up the phone on Christmas Day and reach out to a lonely family member, neighbor, fellow parishioner.  That just might be the best Christmas gift that they receive and perhaps the best gift that you give this year!

    I regret that I do not have the stamina to celebrate Christmas Mass with you.  Please know how much I miss and love you and that you will have a special remembrance in my Christmas Mass.  I pray that you and your families stay well and that the New Year will bring you peace, health, and happiness.

                                                                                                                Sincerely in Christ,
                              Father Staar