Dear St. Thomas More Family,
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A BLESSED NEW YEAR!
In this difficult, pandemic time our eyes are focused on our Lord, Jesus Christ, born in Bethlehem for us. He comes to his people to dispel the darkness of despair and brings a new light of hope.
We are called to reflect the Light of God’s love in our life, our homes, and our parish community. “May we be in this world a ray of that light which shone forth from Bethlehem, bringing joy and peace to the hearts of all.” (Pope Francis)
Jesus Christ, our Lord, can enlighten our hearts with His love, kindness and wisdom. We are grateful for His divine assistance and your dedication, help, and continual support for our parish of St. Thomas More especially in this time of our lives.
“It is Christmas every time you let God love others through you … yes, it is Christmas every time you smile at your brother and offer him your hand.” (St. Mother Teresa)
If we keep Christ in our hearts, Christmas will have no end! May Jesus’ love, joy, and peace remain in your hearts and homes now and throughout the whole New Year.
Peace & Blessings,
Fr. Marek Chachlowski
Fr. Robert Lamirez
Deacon Aidan King
Deacon Mike Pontoriero
& The Parish Staff
Please Note: The Rectory will be closed beginning Dec. 23 and will re-open Jan. 4.