Pastor Letter – Mass of Remembrance – Emailed November 3, 2023

Dear Parishioners,

This weekend is not only the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, but a most special weekend where IHM sentimentally recalls the deceased of this past year.

The death of a loved one is never easy on us, and we want the church to uphold their memory at the 10:00am Mass this weekend and comfort their family who have been invited to attend.

The Mass of Remembrance on Sunday, November 5th at 10:00am, will also provide a memorial candle to the families of our deceased.  This Mass is meant to remind families that our parish church cares for them and understands their loss and the important need for Christ to embrace their sadness and walk with them.

“May eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them.  May they rest in peace.  Amen.”

Many blessings,
Father Jim

John Abbott

Margaret Aceto

Mark Anthony

Loretta Arconti

Nancy Baker

Christine Marie Bane

Regina Barnes

Carol Baumann

Louise Bergreen

Mary Lou Bolanz

Charles Brady

Rita Breiding

Janet Casteel

Richard Casto

Anne Clark

Virginia Como

Rose Mary Conti

Carmel DiLauro

Patricia Dougherty

Frank Fearon

Mary Godward

Peggy Gotter

Dennis Griffith

Rosemarie Gullo

Mary Haidnick

Michael Heinl

Raymond Heller

Joanne Hijazi

George Huffman

David Igleheart

Martin Drew Karas

Phyllis Keen

Richard Keller

Diane Kilroy

Cecilia Kitska

Valerie Kriz

Herbert Krompass

Carol Kuenzli

Donna LaCasella

Janice “Johna” Large

Joe Latona

Lois Loney

Edward Marsh

Nancy Ann Marzano

Carol Matheny

Betty Melesky

Gayle Miller

Angelo Minocchi

Francis Moles

Timothy Moles

Adelia Molla

Nancy Mondozzi

Mark Nixon

Mary Peterson

Mary Petrilla

Edwin John Sadon Jr.

Salvatore Sedita

Anne Spracklen

Kristopher Spracklen

Linda Perrin Taylor

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