Browsing the August 2020 archive of Fr.'s Letters

From Administrator's Desk on the 22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A. August 30th, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 8/29/20

     My dear friends in Christ. Sadly, this is my last Sunday with you at St. Therese. So instead of regular spiritual message, this time I want to share my experience and express my words of gratitude.      When I arrived to Montauk first time to cover ... Read More »

From Administrator's Desk on the 21st Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A. August 23, 2020.

Posted by Louise Carman on 8/23/20

In this Sunday’s gospel passage Jesus takes his disciples to the place called Caesarea Philippi. The tradition says that the whole scene was situated by the rock where there used to be a pagan cult of Pan. The place had very symbolic meaning, so exactly at that very spot ... Read More »

From Administrator's Desk on the 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A - August 16th, 2020.

Posted by Louise Carman on 8/16/20

Very often, when we pray for something, it seems that the Lord is deaf or He does not listen to us. Bad things happen to us or to our loved ones and the Lord seems to be cold and distant. Is He? Let us meditate on this Sunday’s parable ... Read More »

From Administrator's desk on the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time, year A. August 9th, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 8/09/20

“Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid” – these are the words of Jesus addressed to the terrified apostles. The apostles are rowing in a boat on the stormy waters of the lake of Gennesaret. They are experienced sailors and fishermen. Yet, this situation is out of ... Read More »

From Administrator's Desk on the 18th Sunday of Ordinary Time, August 2nd, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 8/02/20

There are so many needs that must be met so that we may find life’s satisfaction, from the most basic necessities like food, clothing, and shelter, to more sophisticated like companionship, education, and culture. Of these the greatest is the need for love and friendship. There are some studies ... Read More »