Christmas message from Fr. Lamanna

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May the peace and joy of Jesus Christ our savior be with you! We celebrate “Good news of great joy” as the angels announced to the shepherds in the field near Bethlehem.

Dear St. Aloysius parishioners and school families,

May the peace and joy of Jesus Christ our savior be with you!
We celebrate “Good news of great joy” as the angels announced
to the shepherds in the field near Bethlehem. God chooses to be
born into the world, and into our lives. For our part we are
inspired by Mary and Joseph who say yes to God, and who
nurture the Word made flesh, love their child, and teach him
faith. We are called to do the same.
The light that has come into the world is God with us, Emmanuel.
As the Christmas season begins may all of humanity know the
peace and good will the angels announced and may hope & joy
be in our hearts.
As you celebrate the feast with family and friends may peace
and health be yours.
On behalf of the whole parish staff, Merry Christmas!

Fr. Tom Lamanna, S.J.

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