As we celebrate Thanksgiving weekend we acknowledge the many blessings we share as individual, family, community and country under the blessing of God. We might reflect on the words of Psalm 96: “Sing to the LORD a new song; sing to the LORD, all the earth. Sing to the LORD, bless his name; proclaim his salvation day after day. Tell his glory among the nations; among all peoples, his marvelous deeds.” (Ps 93:1-3)
The greatest gift we celebrate is the wonder of the Solemnity of “Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe” or as it is more generally known, “The Feast of Christ the King.”
As we pray the Psalm above the invitation to “Sing to the Lord” is to live and celebrate in thanksgiving, to know the joy of the Eucharist as people united under a common purpose and mission. Our mission as a Catholic community is leading others “to a transformative relationship with Jesus Christ,” a mission we all share as a parish community. The call to “live our faith by welcoming and serving” all who come to seek Jesus is a reminder of the graces received in the love of Jesus Christ as our Savior and Redeemer.
Our Capital Campaign, “Renewed in the Light” is going well but we need each family to help us to reach our goal. Each gift, small or large, helps us to proclaim Jesus more effectively and boldly as true members of the Body of Christ.
“Long live Christ the King”
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