Stewardship Letter

Stewardship Letter Dear Brothers and Sisters,

As the summer winds down, the approach of September often brings about new beginnings. Stewardship Letter Labor Day traditionally marks the end of the summer vacation season, and our calendars reflect that fact. Many of you have calendars a lot like mine – they’re full year-round with appointments and obligations. But, even for us, things get busier in September as various organizations that took a break during the summer begin their regular round of meetings again. Stewardship Letter


As you make out your schedule for the fall, don’t forget to set aside some time to share the talents God has given you. As you are aware, as Christian disciples – as stewards – we are called to return o God a portion of Time, Talent and Treasure he has entrusted to us. WE should make our commitments to God when we beginning our planning, so that we don’t offer him just the scraps of time and energy left over after everything else. Stewardship Letter

Therefore, make this September the month you make a commitment to sing in the choir, including attending rehearsals. Or begin working with our parish religious education in a way or another. Or decide to launder altar lines once a month. Or help care for the parish grounds. Or join a social service ministry like St. Vincent de Paul.  Or help with the Fall Fest.  Or… well you get the idea. Stewardship Letter

There are many ministries and groups within the parish you can serve, and you’ll find that you receive even as you give. There isn’t a person in this parish that can’t find at least one activity which they can participate and which first their schedule.  If you aren’t currently involved in a parish ministry, make this September the month to change that. Stewardship Letter

Thinking about commitments, don’t forget to set aside “Time” for prayer. Again, it’s a matter of priorities, and I challenge each and every one you to make a new commitment of “Time” to prayer. You can start small, with one Our Father, one Hail Mary and on Glory Be during the course of the day. Take time for family prayer, perhaps each family member taking a turn leading the prayers either at the dinner or at bedtime. That’s at least a beginning. And, to me, September is all about new beginnings. Stewardship Letter

Stewardship Letter

Published On: August 31st, 2022 / Categories: Uncategorised /

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