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Misa en español

sábados a las 6:30

PM

Confesiones

Sábados 3:15 4:10 y

Adoración al Santísimo

Lunes 2:00 4:00 Martes 4:15 5:25 Viernes 9:00 10:00

Holy Mass Schedule

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30 Tuesday, 5:30

Thursday, 7:30

Saturday, 4:30 English 6:30 Spanish Sunday, 8:00 and 10:00

All Masses Sunday ± Friday are live streamed. Saturday 6:30 livestreamed.

Confession Schedule

Saturday, 3:15 4:10 Sunday, 9:00 9:50

First Sunday of Lent

February 21, 2021

Adoration

Monday, 2:00 4:00 Tuesday, 4:15 5:15 Friday, 9:00 10:00

Parish Office Hours

Monday Wednesday, 9:00 5:00 Thursday, 9:00 Noon and 3:00 5:00 Friday, 9:00 Noon

Church and Chapel Hours

Monday Friday, 7:30 5:00 Saturday, 10:00 6:00 Sunday, 7:00 11:00

Primer Domingo de Cuaresma

21 de Febrero de 2021

Make Sundays Special!

¡Haz del Domingo un Día Especial!

Arrepiéntanse y crean en el evangelio

Mc

1,

15

Repent, and believe in the Gospel

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Fr. Bart Timmerman

First Sunday of Lent

Our Lenten practices of Prayer, Fasting, and Alms-giving help us strive for holiness of life. Today I want to reflect on Fasting. In numbers 2013 and

2015 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church it says that all Christians in any state of life are called to holiness and that Spiritual perfection passes by the way of the cross. To live the Gospel, we must daily struggle to die to self and sin and rise to new life in Jesus. In Colossians 3:12, it says, “If then you were raised with Christ, seek what is above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Think of what is above; not of what is on earth.” Fasting helps us to be less occupied by earthly material things and to think more about heaven.

The Lenten rules for fasting and abstaining are that every person 14 years of age or older must abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and all Fridays of Lent. Eve-ry person between 1860 must fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.

In Isaiah 58:7, it says that fasting should result in “sharing your bread with the hungry, sheltering the oppressed and the homeless, clothing the naked when you see them,” and the like.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

During Lent we are encouraged to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation which strengthens us to fast from sins such as grudges, resentments, and unforgiveness. I invite each pa-rishioner to take the time to encounter Christ in this Sacra-ment of healing. Beyond the regularly scheduled times, you can also contact the parish to schedule an appointment: Tuesdays of Lent: 6:00 7:00

Saturdays: 3:15 4:15 Sundays: 9:00 10:00

Lenten Retreat and Devotions

Please consider participating in our Lenten Devotions in per-son or online. Tuesday evenings we have Adoration at 4:15 , Mass at 5:30 , and Stations of the Cross at 6:05 . Also, beginning this Sunday evening and going through Thursday evening from 6:007:30 . Bishop Hying will be leading our Lenten Retreat online. Please use this link to join this important Lenten experience: Facebook.com/

saintjohnvianneyparish or youtube.com/sjvjanesville.

Annual Catholic Appeal (ACA)

Last weekend we conducted the ACA. This is our once per year opportunity to support the ministries of the Diocese of Madison. Due to extremely low turn out for in person Mass, we are counting on our parishioners to participate in the cam-paign from their homes. Please fill out the ACA envelope from last week’s Catholic Herald and mail it in. You can also give online using this link: madisondiocese.org/acagive. Your support is crucial during this unique time of the pan-demic. If you have any questions about how to make your gift, please contact Holly Irving or Lisa Harrington at the parish. Thanks for your generosity!

Padre Bart Timmerman, Párroco

Primer Domingo de Cuaresma

Nuestras prácticas cuaresmales de oración, ayuno y limosna nos ayudan a luchar por la santidad de la vida. Hoy quiero reflexio-nar sobre el ayuno. En los números 2013 y 2015 del Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica dice que todos los cristianos en cualquier estado de vida están llamados a la santidad y que la perfección espiritual pasa por el camino de la cruz. Para vivir el Evangelio, debemos luchar diariamente para morir al yo y al pecado y resu-citar a una nueva vida en Jesús. En Colosenses 3: 12, dice: “Si, pues, fuiste resucitado con Cristo, busca lo que está arriba, don-de Cristo está sentado a la diestra don-de Dios. Piense en lo que está arriba; no de lo que hay en la tierra ". El ayuno nos ayuda a estar menos ocupados por las cosas materiales terrenales y a pensar más en el cielo.

Las reglas de Cuaresma para ayunar y abstenerse son que toda persona de 14 años o más debe abstenerse de comer carne el Miércoles de Ceniza, el Viernes Santo y todos los viernes de Cuaresma. Toda persona entre 18 y 60 años debe ayunar el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo.

En Isaías 58: 7, dice que el ayuno debe resultar en “compartir tu pan con los hambrientos, albergar a los oprimidos y sin hogar, vestir a los desnudos cuando los veas”, y cosas por el estilo.

Sacramento de la reconciliación

Durante la Cuaresma se nos anima a celebrar el Sacramento de la Reconciliación, que nos fortalece para ayunar de pecados co-mo rencores, resentimientos y falta de perdón. Invito a cada feli-grés a tomarse el tiempo para encontrar a Cristo en este Sacra-mento de sanación. Más allá de los horarios programados regu-larmente, también puede comunicarse con la parroquia para pro-gramar una cita:

Sábados: 3:15 a 4:15

Sábado, 13 de marzo de 2021: 6:00 a 7:30

Retiro y devociones cuaresmales

Considere participar en nuestras devociones cuaresmales en per-sona o en línea. Los martes por la noche tenemos Adoración a las 4:15 , Misa a las 5:30 y el rezo de las Estaciones de la Cruz a las 6:05 .

Además, comenzando este domingo por la noche y hasta el jue-ves por la noche de 6: 00 a 7: 30 el obispo Hying dirigirá nuestro Retiro de Cuaresma en línea. Utilice este enlace para participar de esta importante experiencia de Cuaresma: Face-book.com/saintjohnvianneyparish o youtube.com/sjvjanesville.

Solicitud Católica Anual (ACA, por sus siglas en inglés)

El fin de semana pasado llevamos a cabo la ACA. Esta es nues-tra oportunidad una vez al año para apoyar los ministerios de la Diócesis de Madison. Debido a la escasa asistencia a la misa en persona, contamos con que nuestros feligreses participen en la campaña desde sus hogares. Por favor llene el sobre de ACA del periódico Catholic Herald de la semana pasada y envíelo por correo. También puede donar en línea usando este enlace: madi-sondiocese.org/acagive. Su apoyo es crucial durante este mo-mento único de la pandemia. Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre có-mo hacer su donación, comuníquese con Holly Irving o Lisa Harrington en la parroquia. ¡Gracias por su generosidad!

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Bishop Hying on

“Go Make Disciples”

“Confirmation powerfully equips us to go forth as missionary disciples to live out the Great Commission of witnessing to Jesus and His sav-ing Gospel. These two sacraments [of baptism

and confirmation] are fundamental, joining us to Christ and the Church and grounding our very being in the universal call to holiness and our life as participation in the Blessed Trinity”

From Bishop Hying, in Go Make Disciples Newsletter, August 2020 , No.4

Do you remember your Confirmation? If you could go back in time, what would you ask the Holy Spirit to do? What grace do you need to be a holy witness? Go ahead and ask for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit right now!

Gospel Reflection By

Dcn. Jerome Buhman

“The key to understanding the meaning of Lent is simple: Baptism.” This quote from a Catholic Online article might strike us as strange, but it is true. We often think of Lent in terms of

Reconciliation, ashes, and sacrifice. But the roots of Lent lie in the sacrament of baptism. We see evidence of this in our read-ings today. The first reading tells of Noah and the Flood, wash-ing the world clean and brinwash-ing new life. Of this event, Peter tells us in our second reding that “[t]his prefigured baptism, which saves you now.” Our Gospel of Jesus in the desert fol-lows immediately after his own baptism and just before he be-gins his public ministry. Lent is a season made to reflect on the graces and the responsibilities we received at baptism, not only to rejuvenate our own personal spiritual lives, but to assess our role as an evangelizing member of a baptized community. In the words of Cardinal Timothy Dolan: “In a way, Lent is Moth-er Church’s annual memo to hMoth-er children us to remembMoth-er our baptism. Our supernatural rebirth by water and the Holy Spirit gave us an identity as a child of God the Father, redeemed by God the Son, now a dwelling place for God the Holy Spirit.” So take some time this Lent to consider your own baptism and all the things this sacrament calls you to be as a child of God.

Baptism

Good News! Baptism Preparation Sessions are still happening and so is the celebration of Baptisms! If you are look-ing to baptize your first child, we ask you to contact Deacon Jerome Buhman at

dcn.jerome@stamadison.org to get information on how to at-tend one of our online Baptism Preparation sessions, usually on the second Saturday of the month at 10:30 AM.

We are able to celebrate baptisms both in conjunction with the Mass, or if the preference is not to attend Mass because of the pandemic, have the complete celebration after Mass. There are specific guidelines to follow if you choose to baptized your child during the pandemic. Please contact Deacon Jerome to start the conversation.

Obispo Hying, revista

“Go Make Disciples”

“La Confirmación nos dota poderosamente para avanzar co-mo discípulos misioneros para vivir la Gran Comisión de testificar a Jesús y su Evangelio salvador. Estos dos sacra-mentos, el bautismo y la confirmación, son fundamentales, nos unen a Cristo y a la Iglesia y cimentan nuestro ser en la llamada universal a la santidad y nuestra vida como partici-pación en la Santísima Trinidad.”

Obispo Hying, revista Go Make Disciples, agosto 2020, Núm.4

¿Recuerdas tu Confirmación? Si pudieras retroceder en el tiempo, ¿qué le pedirías al Espíritu Santo que hiciera? ¿Qué gracia necesitas para ser un testigo santo? ¡Anímate y pide un derramamiento del Espíritu Santo ahora mismo!

Reflexión del Evangelio

Diácono Jerome Buhman

"La clave para comprender el significado de la Cuaresma es simple: el Bautismo." Esta cita de un artículo de Catholic Online puede parecernos extraña, pero es verdad. A menudo pensamos en la Cuaresma en términos de reconciliación, ce-nizas y sacrificio. Pero las raíces de la Cuaresma se encuen-tran en el sacramento del bautismo. Vemos evidencia de esto en nuestras lecturas de hoy. La primera lectura habla de Noé y el Diluvio, limpiando el mundo y trayendo nueva vida. De este evento, Pedro nos dice en nuestra segunda lectura que "[el] su bautismo prefigurado, que te salva ahora". Nuestro Evangelio de Jesús en el desierto sigue inmediatamente des-pués de su propio bautismo y justo antes de que comience su ministerio público. La Cuaresma es un tiempo creado para reflexionar sobre las gracias y las responsabilidades que reci-bimos en el bautismo, no solo para rejuvenecer nuestra pro-pia vida espiritual personal, sino para evaluar nuestro papel como miembro evangelizador de una comunidad bautizada. En palabras del cardenal Timothy Dolan: “En cierto modo, la Cuaresma es el memorando anual de la Madre Iglesia para sus hijos, nosotros, para recordar nuestro bautismo. Nuestro renacimiento sobrenatural por el agua y el Espíritu Santo nos dio una identidad como hijos de Dios el Padre, redimidos por Dios el Hijo, ahora una morada para Dios el Espíritu Santo ". Así que tómate un tiempo en esta Cuaresma para considerar tu propio bautismo y todas las cosas que este sacramento te llama a ser como hijo de Dios.

Community Meal Program Is THIS

Wednesday

This Wednesday, February 24,

St. Thomas Aquinas pa-rishioners will provide food for the noon meal at Luke House on Madison’s east side. Luke House continues to provide a bag lunch, so we ask that you bring the alterna-tive food listed on your schedule. All contributions must be at the parish

no later than 10:00

AM

on Wednesday,

Febru-ary 24.

Thank you to everyone who supports this long time outreach effort for foodinsecure people in our com-munity.
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Lenten Study of

Fratelli Tutti

The Justice and Peace Committee encourages a study of Pope Francis’s latest encyclical, Fratelli Tutti: On Fraternity and Social Friendship. In the document, Pope Francis says:

“Let us dream, then, as a single human family, as fellow travelers sharing the same flesh, as children of the same earth which is our common home, each of us bringing the richness of his or her beliefs and convictions, each us with his or her own voice, brothers and sisters all.” (#8) If ever we needed to dream of love, peace, unity and brother-hood it is now, in a world fraught with strife and division. We encourage reading the document on Sundays during Lent. We will offer reflection and sharing on the Pope’s encyclical via Zoom starting the Second Week of Lent on Wednesday nights at 6:30 : March 3, 10, 17 and 24. We will focus on 2 chapters a week.

If you are interested in purchasing a book at $10, contact Trudi Jenny at trudijenny@yahoo.com or 6082174469 by Sunday, February 21. If you are interested in attending the sessions, please RSVP to Trudi by Tuesday, March 2 so she can get you the Zoom link.

Lenten Study of Racial Justice

The Justice and Peace Committee recommends reading on our calling to work for racial justice. Reading on the issue will help “to heal the brokenness in our society and our church.”

To learn more about the church’s history and teachings on racial justice, we encourage checking out Fr. Bryan Massingale’s book: Racial Justice and the Catholic Church. Fr. Bryan, a pro-fessor of Christian ethics at Fordham University and former as-sociate professor of moral theology at Marquette University “explores how Catholic social teaching has been used to combat racism and promote reconciliation and justice.”

Fr. Bryan ends his book:

“…social life is made by human beings. The society we live in is the outcome of human choices and decisions. This means that human beings can change things. There is nothing neces-sary or fated about racial hierarchies or white racial privilege. They are the result of human agency; it does not have to be so. What humans break, divide, and separate, we can²with God’s help²also heal, unite, and restore.

What is now does not have to be. Therein lies the hope. And the challenge.”

What better time than Black History Month to begin reading this book!

Oración por la Vida

Por los momentos que hemos violado o ignorado la santidad de la vida humana: que nos arrepintamos, recibamos la miseri-cordia del Señor, y regresemos a Él con todo nuestro corazón; roguemos al Señor:

Oración por la Justicia

Que todos los que han sido testigos de las desigualdades y se han abstenido de hablar se arrepientan de su silencio y expre-sen su apoyo a las políticas que protegen a quienes sufren las injusticias raciales; Roguemos al Señor:

Prayer for Life

May all who have participated in abortion and doubt in the Lord’s mercy know He desires to grant pardon and peace in the Sacrament of Reconciliation;

We pray to the Lord:

Prayer for Justice

May all who have witnessed inequities and refrained from speaking out repent for their silence and voice their support for policies that protect those who suffer from racial injustic-es; We pray to the Lord:

Adult Confirmation Classes

Begin Soon

Are you Catholic, but never celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation? Listen to the Spirit calling! Now is the time to complete

the sacraments of initiation! During Lent, there is a 5week preparation process for adults who have been practicing their Catholic faith, and are looking to celebrate Confirmation. The first step is to contact Jennifer Ludtke as soon as possi-ble at 8332606 or jennifer@stamadison.org to learn more. Classes begin the week of February 22.

Family-friendly Volunteer Opportunity:

Sunday Food Delivery

Sunday Food Delivery is a small commitment with big grati-fication! On the 3rd Sunday, every other month, all the food collected in the brown bins in the Gathering Area needs to be taken to the Lussier Community Education Center, just a few blocks away. For the five months in which food donations are delivered to each year, you may be asked to participate only once or twice. The basic need is for 3 or 4 vehicles to deliver on a Food Sunday. Willing to help? Contact Denny and Sara at saradennymarx@gmail.com or Jennifer Ludtke at 8332606 or jennifer@stamadison.org

RCIA: Rite of Sending

Let us pray in a special way for our RCIA participant, Hilary Neesam, who will become Catholic at this year’s Easter Vigil.

Around the world, Catholic bishops on this first Sunday of Lent will welcome those sent

by the parish to gather with their godparents and sponsors in what is known as the Rite of Election and the Call to Contin-uing Conversion. The Rite of Sending, held this weekend at the 10 Mass, offers the parish an opportunity to

acknowledge the spiritual progress our candidate has made, express approval of her recognition, and send her forth with assurance of our parish's care and support. This afternoon, Hilary and others from around the diocese will be presented to Bishop Hying. May God continue to bless her journey!

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Stations of the Cross

(no incense)

Friday, Feb. 19, 2:30 ²no livestream Tuesdays, Feb. 23±Mar. 23, 6:00

Reconciliation During Lent

Saturdays, Feb. 20±March 27, 3:15±4:15 Sundays, Feb. 21±Mar. 28 5, 9:00±9:45 Tuesdays, Feb. 23±Mar. 23, 6:00±7:00

Lenten Taizé Prayer

Thursdays, Feb. 25±Mar. 25, 7:00±8:00

Holy Week Schedule

Tuesday of Holy Week, March 30: No 5:30 Mass at STA Holy Thursday, April 1: No 7:30 Mass

Mass of the Lord’s Supper, 7:00 (incense, bilingual) Good Friday, April 2: No 8:30 Mass

Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion, 1:00 (no incense)

Easter Masses

Easter Vigil Mass

Saturday, April 3, 8:00 (incense, bilingual/

bilingüe) No 4:30 or 6:30 Masses

Easter Sunday, April 4

8:00 in Church (incense) 10:00 in Church

(incense)

Overflow seating in Social Hall with live

stream and communion

El Viacrusis

En español: sábado, 13 de marzo, 7:30±8:00 En inglés: los martes, 23 de febrero 23 de marzo a las 6:00

Confesiones en español

Sábado, 13 de marzo: 6:00±7:30

Sábados, 20 de febrero±27 de marzo: 3:154:15 Martes, 23 de febrero±23 de marzo: 6:00±7:00

Horario de Semana Santa

Martes, 30 de marzo: No habrá misa en STA

Jueves Santo, 1 de abril: Misa de la Última Cena a las 7:00 (bilingüe)

Viernes Santo, 2 de abril:

Servicio de Viernes Santo a las 3:30 (en español)

Misas de Pascua

Vigilia Pascual, Sábado de Gloria

Sábado, 3 de abril, 8:00 (bilingüe)

No hay Misa a las 4:30 ;< ni a las 6:30 ;<

4 de abril, Domingo de Pascua

8:00 en la Iglesia

10:00 en la Iglesia

El salón de convivio se usará para asientos adicionales si es necesario

ALL Liturgies livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube.

Lenten Mission with

Bishop Donald Hying

Hosted by St. John Vianney Church February 21 25 from 6:30 8:00 Facebook.com/SaintJohnVianneyParish YouTube.com/SJVJanesville

xSunday: Jesus Christ as the Good News of the Father’s love

xMonday: The glory and graciousness of creation

xTuesday: The cosmic shipwreck of Original Sin

xWednesday: The Christ event as the divine rescue

xThursday: Discipleship our response to God’s offer of salvation

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Parish Staff/Equipo Parroquial, 608-833-2600

Pastor/Párroco:

Fr. Bart Timmerman,

Deacon and Middle & High School Faith Formation/

Díacono y Coordinador de catequesis para escuela intermedia

y preparatoria:

Dcn. Jerome Buhman, dcn.jerome@stamadison.org

Pastoral Associate/Asociado pastoral:

Erik Gyr, erik@stamadison.org

Music Ministries/Ministerios musicales :

Gregory Buchberger, greg@stamadison.org

Director of Evangelization and Parish Outreach/Directora de la

evangelización y divulgación parroquial :

Jennifer Ludtke, jennifer@stamadison.org

Director of Discipleship/Directora del discipulado :

Holly Irving, holly@stamadison.org

Business Manager/Directora de Finanzas:

Lisa Harrington, lisa@stamadison.org

Facilities and Community Minister/Ministrerio de las

instalaciones y la comunidad :

Ismael Covarrubias, ismael@stamadison.org

Children and Family Faith Formation and Hispanic Ministry/

Catequesis para los niños y las familias y Ministerio Hispano:

Lorianne Aubut, lorianne@stamadison.org

Administrative Assistants/Asistentes administativos:

Mary Bailey, mary@stamadison.org

Clarice Hinrichs, clarice@stamadison.org Terri Kopplin, terri@stamadison.org

Claribelle Vera Heredia, claribelle@stamadison.org

Mass Intentions for This Week

Saturday, February 20

4:30

PM

Deceased Members of the Bergum Family

>

6:30

PM

Deceased Members of the Torres Family

>

Sunday, February 21: 1st Sunday of Lent

8:00

AM

St. Thomas Aquinas Parishioners

10:00

AM

Buford and Mary Kilby

>

Monday, February 22: The Chair of St. Peter the Apostle

8:30

AM

Mathew

Keller

>

Tuesday, February 23: St. Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr

5:30

PM

Bernadine and Emil Lauber

>

Wednesday, February 24

8:30

AM

Virgil

Kidd

>

Thursday, February 25

7:30

AM

Anthony

Castellino

>

Friday, February 26

8:30

AM

Marv

Prue

>

Saturday, February 27

4:30

PM

John

Schwab

>

6:30

PM

Alex Martin

>

Sunday, February 28: St. Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr

8:00

AM

Chris Kubat and Deceased Members of the Voss and

Kubat Families

>

10:00

AM

St. Thomas Aquinas Parishioners

Readings for the Week of February 21

Sunday:

Gn 9:8-15/Ps 25:4-5, 6-7, 8-9/1 Pt 3:18-22/Mk 1:12-15

Monday: 1 Pt 5:1-4/Ps 23:1-3a, 4, 5, 6/Mt 16:13-19

Tuesday:

Is 55:10-11/Ps 34:4-5, 6-7, 16-17, 18-19/Mt 6:7-15

Wednesday: Jon 3:1-10/Ps 51:3-4, 12-13, 18-19/Lk 11:29-32

Thursday: Est C:12, 14-16, 23-25/Ps 138:1-2ab, 2cde-3, 7c-8/Mt 7:7-12

Friday: Ez 18:21-28/Ps 130:1-2, 3-4, 5-7a, 7bc-8/Mt 5:20-26

Saturday: Dt 26:16-19/Ps 119:1-2, 4-5, 7-8/Mt 5:43-48

Next Sunday: Gn 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18/Ps 116:10, 15, 16-17, 18-19/

Rom 8:31b-34/Mk 9:2-10

Las lecturas de la semana del 21 de febrero

Domingo:

Gn 9, 8-15/Sal 24, 4-5. 6-7. 8-9/1 Pe 3, 18-22/Mc 1, 12-15

Lunes:

1 Pe 5, 1-4/Sal 22, 1-3. 4. 5. 6/Mt 16, 13-19

Martes:

Is 55, 10-11/Sal 33, 4-5. 6-7. 16-17. 18-19/Mt 6, 7-15

Miércoles:

Jon 3, 1-10/Sal 50, 3-4. 12-13. 18-19/Lc 11, 29-32

Jueves:

Est 12, 14-16, 23-25/Sal 137, 1-2. 2-3. 7-8/Mt 7, 7-12

Viernes

:

Ez 18, 21-28/Sal 129, 1-2. 3-4. 5-7. 7-8/Mt 5, 20-26

Sábado:

Dt 26, 16-19/Sal 118, 1-2. 4-5. 7-8/Mt 5, 43-48

Domingo siguiente:

Gn 22, 1-2. 9. 10-13. 15-18/

Sal 115, 10. 15. 16-17. 18-19/Rom 8, 31-34/Mc 9, 2-10

Weekly Offertory Update

Week Ending Income* Monthly Budget Projection Make Disciples Capital Campaign (MDCC) MDCC Endowment Jan Total $107,426 $89,283 $127,315 $10,412 February 8 $21,602 $83,433 $7,919 $9,015 February 15 $11,271 $4,140 $0 February 22 February Total $32,874 $12,059 $9,015

*Envelopes, stock gifts, PayPal Credit/Debit and ACH online, ACH monthly withdrawals, plus Loose Offertory (cash)

Counters Schedule

Monday, February 22: Phyllis Reindl or Dick Ihlenfeld Monday, March 1: Mary Michalski or Cyrilla Wipperfurth

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