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September 5, 2021: 23rd Sunday B

September 5, 2021: 23rd Sunday B A week ago, many parishioners saw a beautiful double rainbow in the sky above our church and texted us their photos. A rainbow, as we know from the Book of Genesis, is a reminder of God’s great love and care for us, even during the most devastating of times. The rainbow is an encouraging sign just as is the message of Prophet Isaiah, “Thus says the Lord: Say to those whose hearts are frightened: Be strong, fear not! Here is your God, he comes with vindication; with divine recompense he comes to save you.”  We needed encouragement during this surreal week when most of us in Southeast Louisiana were in the dark from the power outage in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Those of us who only had to endure power outages, gas lines and the additional traffic cannot imagine what families in hard hit areas are going through as they grieve the loss of their home or their livelihoods — or both. A tremendous thank you to those who have opened your homes

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