Easter Sunday, Pastor’s Letter Main Points/Themes
Alleluia, the Lord is Risen! This is the Church’s joyful Easter proclamation. The Easter gospel from St. John brings us to the first Easter Sunday, with Mary Magdalen, Peter, and John.
We too look into the empty tomb of Jesus and believe. The darkness of death could not destroy the Lord of life and love. Because Jesus is Risen, we believe we too will not die but live forever. Jesus’ Resurrection gives our sometimes difficult and painful lives meaning and purpose. We need not be discouraged or despair, for our Risen Lord is our sure hope, an anchor in the midst of the storms of life.
The Pandemic has been a scourge and storm for us personally, for our neighbors and friends, for our Country, and for our brothers and sisters in Christ around the world. This Easter’s celebration is especially poignant as we begin to emerge from the tombs of our social isolation. We know now more than ever that we need God and we need each other.
I’m personally grateful to all of the parishioners of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity for their ongoing spiritual and financial support of our parish during the past year. Likewise, I am grateful to our pastoral and office staff who have provided the support we need to continue our mission as a parish family. On a personal note, I would like to thank you for your continued prayers and support as your Pastor. My ministry among you here in North Haven is a source of great joy for me. Let us, with Easter faith, and with great
hope in Lord’s love, move forward together!
In our Risen Lord,
I and Fr. Curran would like to wish you a very blessed
Rev. Michael Santiago
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by proclaiming in word and action - the joy of the gospel, especially to those
most in need of God's love and mercy.
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Beginning on Monday, November 9, 2020, and on subsequent Mondays, we will be at the parking lot door of Saint Barnabas from 2:00pm - 2:30pm distributing Holy Communion to anyone who is unable to attend Mass due to compromised heath issues because of Covid 19. Please note Communion will be given at the Sacristy door. And there is no need to make an appointment.
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