MSGR. FEDERICO BRITTO
May 24, 2020
May Jesus Christ, Savior of the world, be with you!
This weekend make the official opening of summer vacation. It is also a time for us to remember all our military personnel. We pause on Memorial Day to give thanks to all our men and women who sacrificed their lives to protect our country, and other countries from harm. We lift them up and thank them for their service. In a time where our country is divided in so many ways, and where other countries may have difficulties with our country many men and women are still risking their lives to keep the U.S. safe. To our deceased, retired, and active military personnel, thank you for your service.
With the start of summer vacations, and the reopening of many states, there will be more social activities. We MUST NOT and SHOULD NOT let our guards down with this enemy called coronavirus. Please remain vigilant and safe. Continue to wear your masks, wash your masks, wash your hands frequently, and be aware of your social environment. "A wise person, will have a long and prosperous life." Until a vaccine is developed, do the right thing.
We continue to provide Mass on Facebook, YouTube and Live Stream. This social outreach will keep us connected until we are able to be present in church again. While you are hearing the Word proclaimed, we want you to be able to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion soon. After all we are Eucharistic people. Receiving Holy Communion is also important to us. Let us pray together that this will happen soon. The power of prayer does work.
After Jesus ascended to the Father, the first thing his disciples did was to gather together in prayer. The devoted themselves, and connected with one another through prayer. We still gather together in prayer. Let us continue to maintain this source of power: praying for each other.
Peace and Blessings,
During the Quarantine Please Go To YouTube to Saint Cyprian Social to Watch Mass with Msgr. Britto, Fr. Hand, Fr. Rene and Fr. Fisher.
Sunday Mass: 10:00 AM Saint Ignatius Church
Weekday Mass: Monday - Friday: 9:30 AM Saint Ignatius Nursing Home
Holy Day Masses: 9:30 AM Saint Ignatius Nursing Home
7:00 PM Saint Ignatius Church
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Before Sunday Mass 9:15AM – 9:45 AM
or by appointment