Getting Settled

It’s just shy of a week since I left Rome, and I’m still very much in “transition mode”, getting settled at my new assignment, unpacking, meeting people, etc.

St. Barnabas Parish Welcomes You

St. Barnabas Parish Welcomes You

Even if I didn’t have the use of my laptop until today (because I forgot my power cable in Rome, and had to order a new one, which just arrived), I have had a lot on my mind, and so blogging ideas have not really been coming to the surface. Hopefully I can resume a more regular blogging schedule in the next week or so!

The window for our parish patron.

The window for our parish patron.

St. Barnabas, pray for us.

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9 Responses to Getting Settled

  1. Edith Robus says:

    Welcome back to our Diocese!! Glad you arrived safely. Will be praying for you as you get settled in with all your new assignments. God Bless! Edith

  2. Leslie says:

    God bless, Father J….and, speaking for myself fully knowing with these sentiments I feel sure I am speaking for all of us not in Alabama (where my dad was from, btw 🙂 ) know that you are in my prayers and thoughts as you make this transition. Thank you for all you have done for us and I know I (we) look forward to hearing from you! God bless, and Happy Fourth, too!

  3. Frances says:

    Welcome back Father Jerabek! I know your posts will be a great blessing to your new Diocese just as they have been to me. BTW, perfect timing – celebrating the 4th of July!
    God Bless!

  4. Charlene says:

    Welcome home and Happy Fourth!!

  5. Colet Schmidt says:

    Congratulations on graduation. A job well done. I am so pleased you were assigned a parish. You mentioned before you left how much you desired to be a pastor. God bless you. Your congregation is very blessed

  6. Marianne Mayer Wertz says:

    Keeping you in my prayers, Father! It’s a whole new schedule and routine for you again. God put you in the right spot and we all know you will do so well! Don’t worry about not submitting your blogs to us; we’ll do fine, until we hear from you again. God bless you!

  7. Linda J. Smith says:

    Welcome Home Father Jerabek! So happy you are back in Alabama. Congratulations on your graduation! You have truly been missed and all that know you are so proud of you! Happy Fourth of July! I have enjoyed your blog and look forward to the day you are settled in and ready to blog again. In the meantime, enjoy your new surroundings and come visit us in Huntsville!
    God bless!

  8. Phyllis Trexler says:

    So glad you are back in the USA and getting settled into your new assignment. Looking forward to reading your blogs again. God Bless.

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