Thanks for all of the e-mails and calls. Many people are alone and really have little contact with others. If you know of someone or wish to have names of a couple of people to call or write a note to the office can give you names and their numbers and addresses are in the parish directories you received. I had several students from our high schools call to ask what they can do. Some people need yards cleaned up or small tasks accomplished if elderly they might not be able to do. Some students are helping pass out the lunches every day that are provided by the school. A couple of students have picked up groceries for older folks after they have called in their order and delivered them to the doorsteps. So much can be done for others without cost. But most of all: Let us all keep each other in prayer. Both Father Dermot and I pray for all in the parish at each Mass we say and we both say the Mass for the intention of the day. Pray for those who have the virus and for the health and wellbeing of our health providers, nurses, doctors and all who are on the front lines in the medical profession.
Have a holy week and a beautiful Easter. Pray for one another.
Remember we are still in a time of Prayer, Fasting and Alms Giving.
Thanks to all who sent in or contributed on line last week. Our bills are ongoing also