Dear Editor: Faith is very much alive among immigrant communities (“A ‘United Nations’ of Priests Spend Their Summer in the Diocese,” July 27). Brooklyn is a home for many uprooted and homeless people.There is much to learn from these communities that rely totally on God’s providence.
Indeed, my pastoral experience in the Diocese of Brooklyn has added one more realistic dimension to my own spiritual journey. I am grateful to the Diocese of Brooklyn for the opportunity I received during my stay for nearly 2 and a half years. Please do keep me in your prayers as I have some important commitments in my archdiocese in India.
Father Francis Sunil Rosario
Editor’s note: Father Rosario was parochial vicar of Blessed Virgin Mary Help of Christians, Woodside. Last May, he returned to his home diocese in India.