Welcome from our Pastor Father David Kowalski


Time and time again Christ gives his disciples an example of their own mission: to serve others. This is the essence of Christianity: to live a life of humble service with all people, especially with those we find it most difficult to serve. One word captures it: charity.


Being a servant to others is not easy, Jesus shows us the depth of humility that is required to serve like Him when He washes the disciples feet. Loving and serving others who love and serve us back is easy. Striving to love those who ignore us, reject us,despise us, gossip about us, resent us, or disrespect us, is quite challenging, and without God's grace, is next to impossible.

It was not easy for Christ either, but he had a motivation: being faithful to his father's commands. It was his love for his father and commitment to living in His Father's will that made Him persevere in His mission here on earth. It was his love for US that held him on the cross, not the nails!

He asks us to do the same for others, to love and serve one another without counting the cost. To love and serve everyone that is put in our path, even the Judas Iscariots of our life.

Love transforms our world; it transforms hearts and allows the grace of God to touch the depths of the human soul. Once God's love marinates in our heart, and changes it, then every opportunity we have to love one another becomes a blessing, a blessing to live like the Master who came not to be served, but to serve.

Fr. David


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