“On this Father’s Day, I send best wishes to all who fulfill the responsibility of fatherhood. Please join me in praying that all fathers experience the authentic love and joy that comes with raising a child.
“As we celebrate fatherhood, let’s pray in a special way for God, the Almighty Father, to shower his blessings on all fathers that they may guide, provide for, protect, and love their families in accordance with His will. Let’s also pray that God will comfort those whose fathers have gone to their eternal rest and those who do not have a father present in their lives.
“May the Lord give you peace.”
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Thank you Archbishop Chaput. I love the church I pray for religious vocations I got a lot of strength from the MASS and EUCHARIST and I am thankful. As a happy divorced Catholic , I was helped by a lot of good priests. The Church is my Mother and I always stick up for it.