Giving thanks, with Mass, for benefactors and donors

This morning we had a Norman Rockwell like Mass at St. Mary’s. It would have been nice to have a couple photos. We used the texts for the day, of course.

On civil holidays I also like to add Archbishop Carroll’s Prayer for Civil Authorities… which we need to pray often right now.

Since I was able to take my own intention, I said Mass for all my benefactors and donors here. I am grateful for all your support and I remember you in daily prayers and occasional Mass intentions.

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7 Responses to Giving thanks, with Mass, for benefactors and donors

  1. Mike says:

    This morning Father added the Collect from the Votive Mass of Thanksgiving to that of the feast of St. Sylvester, Abbot. He also preached a sermon reminding us about (among other things) the meaning of the Greek word ??????????.

    Happy Thanksgiving and blessings to you, Fr. Z, and to Zed-Heads near and far.

  2. Mike says:

    Well, the Greek εύχαριστία displayed in the preview without my having to enter all the Unicode… really it did… ah well!

  3. acardnal says:

    Thanks for all you do, Father Z. And Happy Thanksgiving Day.

  4. pray4truth says:

    Awwwwe… thank you so much, Fr. Z … that makes my day! We keep you in our daily prayers … appreciate and love you more than we can say :-)

  5. Maynardus says:

    Never heard of “St. Norman Rockwell” although a liturgical calendar I was given a few years ago did include the feast day of “St. Stephen King”! I got quite a chuckle out of it. (The following year they remembered the comma!)

  6. Thank you so much, Father Z! That means a great deal. I’m tucking you in to my Rosary tight no, in as special way.

  7. xsosdid says:

    Father, you are in my daily prayers as well. I am so blessed to have a mass said for me! It gives me hope for this poor wretched sinner. Thank you.