Thought from Fr. Colm - 10/12/21

This Friday at St. Leonard’s saw the new entrance and a memorial to the late Austin Flynn. It was dedicated in thanksgiving to Austin’s memory.

I’m sure you are as frustrated as I am over the possibility of new restrictions to cope with the Covid variant. We constantly feel we’ve turned a corner on the road back to ‘normality’, when suddenly we’re pitched into a new battle of coping with another variant. This constant readjustment to new restrictions can be very wearing, especially on our mental stability. Perhaps we need reminding of those words from the children’s classic by Christopher Robin “promise me you’ll always remember: you’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” Hang in there, we will get there, and Christmas will give us what it’s meant to give…hope!

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