Guided by the words of our patron saint St. Francis of Assisi, we are a welcoming community formed around the Eucharist and open to the workings of the Holy Spirit. We are called to be a people of prayer, serving our faith through the principle of Christian stewardship.
The death of Jesus expresses love given to the end, a love without end. A love that seeks to embrace everyone. God has shown us his supreme love in the death of Jesus; then we can and must love one another. The cross of Christ bears the suffering and sins of all humanity, including our own. Jesus accepts all of this with open arms saying to us, “Have courage! You do not carry our cross alone! I carry it with you. I have overcome death and I have come to give you hope, to give you life.”
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Lent is a time for us to reflect and remind ourselves how much we need the presence of the Lord Jesus in our lives. Prayer, sacrificial efforts and service to others are all essential to this time. Please consider these additional Lenten opportunities to prepare for the celebration of the Easter.