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    Homily, January 14th/15th
    Behold the Lamb of God

    When the President of the United States is introduced the band plays the familiar refrain of “Hail to the Chief,” and the simple introduction follows, “Ladies and Gentlemen, The President of the United States.
    Someone said, the more important a person is, the shorter the introduction is.  Maybe so.

    In the Gospel, we have the brief introduction for a very important person.   “Behold the Lamb of God Who Takes Away The Sin Of The World.
    With these words, John the Baptist introduced Jesus Christ to the world.  The baptism of Jesus was a manifestation of His identity as the Son of God and as the Suffering Servant.

    The introduction harkens back to the Passover Lamb. The blood of the Lamb was sprinkled over the doorposts of the Hebrews when they were in Egypt so that the Angel of Death would pass over their homes; the Angel of Death was sent to kill the first born males of the Egyptians to facilitate setting free the Israelites.  Christ as the Lamb of God would have His blood sprinkled on the wood of the Cross to set us free from the slavery of sin.

    Popularly, we may select an animal or a bird for our sports teams that reflects, power, agility, ferocity, or cunning such as the Detroit Lions or the Chicago Bears or the Atlanta Falcons.

    But sheep are perceived as weak.  It would sound strange to cheer a sports team by saying:  “Go lambs.” Or “hold that line Mighty Sheep.”  Sheep have no natural defenses like sharp claws or fierce jaws.  Sheep do not work well as teams, forming circles when attacked or acting in packs for their own protection.  Sheep have little interest in being dominant or marking off their territory.  Sheep are trusting and docile so they can be led by a single shepherd.

    God chooses to manifest greatness in the form of weakness.  At Christmas we celebrated that God who was already great became small as manifest in a helpless infant in the manger    


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    With so much uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 virus and increasing recommendations to avoid crowds and take proper safety precautions, we wanted to remind you that we have options in place now that you can use today. This option is an ideal way to support the parish and our mission should you elect to stay home and worship.

    Online Giving is available for you to make contributions to the church. This option makes use of current technology and security standards and allows you to easily setup recurring contributions. It also enables our church to take advantage of new tools to become more efficient.

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    Online Giving is intended to be a convenient tool for you to use, and we strongly support both Online Giving and Offering Envelopes for contributions to the parish. Online Giving is the electronic way to participate in weekly offertory.


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  •     Sick & Hospitalized

    Please remember in your  prayers those who are sick.  May they and their caregivers receive comfort and strength, remembering especially :

    Ryan Amato, Rondell Atwater,
    The Bailey Family, Freida Bailey,
    Joyce Bican, Chester Betliskey,
    Mary Ann Betliskey, April Cipo, James Ciesla, Donna Czyzynski, 
    Bobbie Deccola, Joseph Deccola,
    Dick Donovan, Katherine Dolniar,
     Mary Florek,
     Shelley Forbes, Jim Geller,
    Liz Marcedia Johnson,
    The Jorski Family, 
    Patti Kicielinski, 
      Sharon Krzynowek,

    Stanley  Loszak, Stefania Loszak, Grant Kaurich,   Barbie Laboy,
    Amy Latawiec, Kelly Lister

    Richard Leonard, Jared Magyar,
    Erin McDermott, Ann Marie Medve, Jeanette Miller, Marguerite Miller,
    Keenan Montgomery, Joe Morrish,
    Dorothy Morchak, Donna Murrin,
    Dorsel Nicholas,Diane Nicholas,
    Louis Novak,Art Novotny,
    Joe Oravec,

    Eleanor Peshek,  Lois Pupkiewicz
    Angie Rasch,  Amber Rasch, Patricia Rhine,
    Joel Rivera, Colleen Schmerick,
    Bob Seneff  Jr., Carolyn Seneff,
    Karen Seneff, Norman Seneff,
    Tony Seneff, Earl Sheets,
    Gabe Siorille, Josephine Sindelar,
    Eileen Skiba,

    James Slechta, Nancy Slusarczyk,
    Kellie Span, Elaine Stack,
    Robert Stack, Marilyn Siwek,
    Iren Sundstrom, 

    Betty Wilson, Melanie Womble
     and Carl Zelenskas