by Geraldine Fialkowski
John 4: 4-42
Dear Brothers and Sisters: I miss you. It is March 15, 2020. The Ides of March. Remember? In the play Julius Caesar, a soothsayer warns the emperor, “Beware the Ides of March.” We know how that story ended in Shakespeare and in Roman history. This was also a day when there were a variety of religious celebrations held in ancient Rome and persons were expected to pay off their debts … Today is rather historical for us too. Our beautiful Church, St. Vincent’s is closed for Mass today.
That would be, the building is closed. Our Church will carry on, won’t it? … Not even a Pandemic can keep us from doing that.
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