Principal’s Message: Second Week of Advent
Dear Friends of St. Luke’s,
"May his name be forever; as long as the sun, may his name endure." "May the tribes of the earth give blessings with his name; may all the nations regard him as favored." ~ Psalm 72:17
For the next four weeks, we are a Church in waiting… and the signs of Christmas are everywhere.
For me, Advent is a gift—a time to prepare to welcome God as the Child, and as one of us in our hearts and lives. Will you join me? Let's start with prayer—for one another, for our families and students of the school, and for all those who are homeless in our community.
And, we can celebrate Advent the way John the Baptist did, through the practice of humility. "Prepare ye the way of the Lord," he proclaimed. This is our time to open our hearts and to be filled with His grace and peace. During each day of Advent, I will ask God to bless your journey to Bethlehem. May it renew you in spirit!
In a quiet corner of your heart, make room for the Child, Our Lord and Savior. Christmas is almost here.