I hope that you are enjoying a good Summer. I personally had a restful vacation in my native country, Tanzania, with my family.
While at home, I had the opportunity to climb the Highest Mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, up to Uhuru Peak, 19341Ft/5895M, Africa’s Highest Point. I did it with a Seminarian friend, Pascal, guided by a very good guide, Mr. Goodluck, with his team. It was a truly beautiful experience, meeting people of different ages, from different parts of the world, with a desire to experience, explore and discover the Highest Mountain in Africa. We accomplished our adventure within four days. It was really a learning experience!
While adjusting and slowly getting to the business of the parish, I would like to thank all those who gave a helping hand to Fr. Gus and the various teams to keep Parish life going. In a special way, I would like to thank all the priests who were in and out to assist us on Sundays. Thank you so much!
As we get ready to take up again our Faith Formation Programs, we need volunteers to teach the Faith in English. If you can help, kindly contact our Faith Formation Director, Holly Garcia, at [email protected]
This Saturday, August 27th from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM at Lafayette School Playground, we shall have our Multicultural Festival. We shall get together as a Parish Community to celebrate our cultural and traditional richness through our ethnic food, dance, music, and songs from our various cultures. We will have various games for children. Moreover, the Irish Steppe Dancers will also be there!
Come Celebrate with us!