Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Thank You

Throughout this unbelievable journey that our Lord put before us, Nina and I have often felt overwhelmed by the tremendous show of kindness and love from friends, family and strangers alike.  It has been humbling and touching to receive all your notes, best wishes and promises of prayers for our son, Killian, and it is difficult to adequately express our gratitude. We wish we could thank each one of you individually and assure you that each of you, your families, your own needs and struggles, are all in our prayers.

As a very simple but heartfelt way of trying to thank you, masses will be celebrated on December 2nd and January 2nd for the specific intention of the friends and family of Killian Patrick - all of you who have been praying for his safe delivery, successful surgery and continued recovery. Thank you, again, and may God bless you all.

Tim, Nina and Killian


  1. What a beautiful picture! Blessed be God: He is so very good! I will continue to pray for your little family. Thank you very much for the Masses--there is no better gift. May God continue to bless you all, and may Our Lady protect you.

  2. I almost cried with that picture... you are so blest to have each other and be surrounded by so much love throughout the world!!! I'm sure Killian will soon get better and be the happiest baby on earth!
    Keep counting on my prayers!! May God keep blessing you!!!
    Consuelo Molina

  3. What a beautiful photo... what is it about black and white??? Tim & Nina, it has been my pleasure to pray for you and your tiny son. (Can he be 1 mo. old already?!) I'm embarrassed to say I was going to ask you for prayers for me and my son as we've drifted apart (he's 30). But you've already taken care of it with your generous gift of Masses. You've made this Mom very, very happy with an early Christmas gift! May the Christ child continue to bless you and your families!!!

  4. Beutiful picture guys! Thank-you for your prayers for us too .

  5. Thank you for sharing your beautiful son and his struggles with us. It helps put our small trials into perspective.