Browsing Fr. Daniel's Pastor Notes
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 9/04/21
Dear Parishioners of All Saints Parish,
Since I became your Pastor in December of 2019, many things have happened on our parish, in the church and in the world. We have faced many challenges together. The pandemic has certainly overshadowed all our lives for the past eighteen months. The ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 8/02/21
A DUET By Fr. Daniel and his friend, DAVID JONES DAVID....expressing the Awesomeness of God as the King of kings in his own naive language.
Please watch the full video on his YouTube Channel @danielogbeifun and subscribe to it.
Here is the full video link...
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 6/24/21
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 6/04/21
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 3/08/21
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 3/03/21
My Dear Parish Family, I have arrived safely back in Lockport from my trip to my home country of Nigeria. Thank you for all your prayers for me during my travels, and know that you have been in my prayers every day. My time in Nigeria was blessed. I ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 1/14/21
In today’s Liturgy, all three readings speak of a ‘Call,’ the call of doing God’s will, to serve and to be holy. The responsorial psalm echoes, “Here, I am Lord; I come to do your will. We are all called to do the will of God and to follow ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 1/07/21
Today, we celebrate the Baptism of the Lord. Jesus freely humbled himself and presented himself for baptism at the hand of John the Baptist. By his own baptism in the Jordan, Christ manifested high sense of humility and dedicated himself to the redemption of humanity. Jesus took upon himself ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 12/18/20
Today is the Fourth Sunday of advent in preparation for Christmas. Today’s Gospel recounts a remarkable event, a turning point in human history, when the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. Today also, we ponder and pay particular attention to Mary, the Mother of God. She is the ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Ann Bernard on 12/11/20
Traditionally, today is called Gaudete Sunday, which means, “Rejoice.” Be joyful, be happy, be glad and to make our ways straight before the Lord in expectation of the newborn King. On this third Sunday of Advent we put on and light the pink or rose candle, which signifies the ... Read More »