22 Dec 2018

This Week Letter – December 23, 2018

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Christmas Invitation

There is a story about Mary who had a dream about a birthday celebration for her Son, Jesus. The people in her dream had been preparing for weeks, decorating their houses, buying new clothes and many presents but unfortunately they were not for her Son. They never mentioned His name and she had the feeling that if her Son, Jesus, had gone to this celebration He would have been intruding. Mary was glad that it was only a dream. How terrible, if it had been real.

Dear Parishioners

To assure Mary that it was just a bad dream you are cordially invited

to the Birthday Celebration.

GUEST OF HONOR: Jesus Christ

DATE: Christmas

PLACE: St. Constance Church

ATTIRE: The robe of Grace, Love, and Happiness

TICKETS: Admission is free. Jesus already paid for everyone

GUEST: You, your family and friends

GIFT SUGGESTIONS: Your generous heart filled with love for God and for St. Constance Parish. Jesus is one of those people who already has everything else. (He’s very generous in return though – just wait until you see what He has for you!)

ENTERTAINMENT: Joy, Peace, Love, Truth, Light, Life, Real Happiness, Communion with God, Forgiveness, Miracles, Healing, Power, Eternity in Paradise … and much more! (All rated “G” so bring your family and friends)

CELEBRATION HOSTS: Fr. Rich, Fr. Paul, Fr. James, Fr. Andrew, Deacon Rudy, Deacon Jim, Sisters, and Entire Parish Staff.

May the newborn Jesus reward you for celebrating His Birthday with Him.

These Christmas greetings come from the bottom of my heart filled with gratitude for your love and care for our Parish. I embrace with priestly love and prayers every family, especially children, the sick, and the homebound. I share with you the joy coming from the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ who is the reason for this season.

I want to wish you a Merry and Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!

                                                                                                            With Prayers and Love,



                                                                                                        Fr. Rich Milek