The Roman Catholics teach that the Eucharist is the source and the summit of all Christian life. However, because it is both source and summit, it gives a mixed message: it is both the sign of our unity and a means of coming to that unity. It is both the end to which all Christians are journeying and, at least partially, the means to get there. God knows us better than anyone and, in His wisdom, He gave us the Eucharist. I pray and hope that you will keep this in mind, as I unveil to you the new Mass schedule for our two parishes. I know that the times and location may take some of you out of your comfort zone. Unfortunately, God has not given me the grace of bilocation.
My hope is that you will do your best to attend Mass with your fellow parishioners at St. James the Greater and Epiphany of Our Lord in order to keep our parishes strong. If these times do not work for you, please know that St. Ambrose will be offering daily Mass at 6:30AM and 12 Noon Monday-Friday, Saturday at 8AM and Sunday 7AM, 9AM, & 11AM.
Thank you and God bless,
Fr. Tom Pastorius
Posted in News from St. James on 09/18/23
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