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Sunday: 8:00am* & 10:00am
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Dear St. Nicholas community,
I would like to let you all know that I have been reassigned for this last year to
the University of Saint Thomas as my teaching parish. While I will certainly
miss you all, I also anticipate what God wants for me and those I will be
working with at the University. When I was approached with the change, I said I
have promised obedience, but also gave many reasons why I thought it would
be good for us to spend this last year together. After prayer and consideration,
my superiors came back and reaffirmed their decision, which tells me that even
though it is difficult to part, it is a part of God’s will for my life. Being a part of
God’s will, I know this will be a great opportunity to serve and to grow.
I wanted to take an opportunity to thank you for so much over the past four
years. I have been truly blessed to be a part of this community. I have enjoyed
getting to know so many of you. I have felt very supported and loved in my time
here, and I will cherish the time that I spent here. I have had many wonderful
evening and meals with you, and have enjoyed being able to cook for several
of you as well. So many of the experiences and things I have learned here
have been formative for my life as a priest, ranging from spending time with you
as families, to sitting in on finance and parish council meetings, to assisting
with the liturgies.
Know that I will continue to be keeping you all in my prayers. I ask that you
please continue to pray for me, both in this final year of studies and formation,
but also throughout my life as a priest. God willing, I will be ordained a priest on
May 30th, and you are all certainly most welcome to come to the ordination at
the Cathedral that morning. I will miss you all!
Sincerely in Christ,
Deacon Peter Hughes