This Week’s Sunday Gospel Reflection
Readings available at www.usccb.org/readings
Contemplation from Lectio Divina
What conversion of mind, heart, and life is the Lord asking of me?
Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the gospel of God.
How do I proclaim the gospel of God by my words and actions? How can my proclamation be more authentic?
Repent, and believe in the gospel.
How can I nurture a spirit of true repentance? How can I increase in trust of god’s mercy?
Then they abandoned their nets and followed him.
What am I willing to give up for the Lord? What prevents me from following the Lord wholeheartedly?
Sign Up for Mass January 23 & 24
We encourage you to pre-register to save time when you check in at Mass, as well as to help us gauge attendance. Pre-registering is not required, however. Kindly sign up for Mass by 3:00 PM on Saturday, January 23. Here’s how:
- Click here and then click the “Sign Up” button of the Mass you’d like to attend.
- Select the number of people in your household who will be attending from the drop-down menu.
- If you’re already in the Flocknotes database, the system will recognize you when you click the sign-up button. If not, enter a contact name and email or phone number if prompted.
- Click Submit and close the sign-up window/tab.
- You’ll receive an email confirmation after your sign up is complete. The confirmation email gives you the ability to modify or cancel your registration after you’ve signed up.
Blessing of Candles & Throats
First Friday Mass & Holy Hour February 5
Casserole & Food Pantry Drop-Off is Next Sunday, January 31
Then, Every Other Month
Due to some changes at Our Daily Bread, we will be altering our collection schedule for both Our Daily Bread frozen casseroles as well as St. Elizabeth of Hungary Food Pantry items to every other month, beginning with the January 31 collection. We will maintain the same food donation drop-off schedule for both efforts. 2021 dates, with drop-off from 8:30-11:30 AM, are: January 31, April 4, June 6, August 1, October 3, December 5.
Disposable casserole pans and copies of the recipe are available in the green bin in front of the parish office. The recipe may also be downloaded here.
Casserole pans and recipes are available in the bin in front of the parish office. The recipe may also be downloaded from our website here. We appreciate your donations to help feed those in need!
Q & A Session: “Annulment: Fact & Fiction”
Make This Lent About What You Do, Not What You Don’t Do!
During the coming Lenten season, instead of depriving yourself of some type of food or form of entertainment, join a small group for six weeks and participate in Live Lent, an opportunity to read Scripture and share your faith with some of your fellow parishioners. Small groups will meet for 90 minutes once a week via Zoom.
The faith-sharing also provides meditations for you to use on the other days of Lent. It’s a great way to make Lent a more meaningful season as you prepare to celebrate the Resurrection.