This Lent has become a true desert for our parish family at Good Shepherd but the distance we are forced to put between us can not separate the unity we all have been experiencing as the Body of Christ during this Easter Season. Please take a moment to share with us how you've grown spiritually, individually and as a family. This very sacred season has allowed us to share so many graces Christ has given us and our families through Lent, Holy Week, and Divine Mercy Sunday. We invite you to share some of those special moments as we highlight the Good Shepherd Parish Family.
Fatima HerreraPosted on 4/07/20
Not being able to go to church and receive Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, I am humbled. And through this humility, I can see that Jesus really loves me, and that He truly is with me even though the world cannot see him. It has been the difficult at times to offer my suffering and pain for the sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary and for the conversion of sinners. It wasn’t until I read the book that I recently bought titled “Fatima for Today” written by Franciscan Father Andrew Apostoli, that I began to turn it around and look up and offer my suffering in prayer. This book has been a blessing for me. I also watch the mass, rosary and Father’s talks online although sometimes times I don’t make it to the livestream. Thank you for all you do for us. God bless you and be well. Peace.