March 28, 2021 Bulletin
Sat. 27: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
Saturday of Lazarus
+ Dr. Brian Sullivan from the Terleck Family
Sun. 28: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus
+Margaret Iannazone from Carol Dumez
Mon. 29: 8:30 am @ Infant
Tues. 30: 6:00 pm @ St. Michael’s
Followed by Confessions
Wed. 31: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
Reconciliation from 5 to 6pm
Healing services with anointing to follow Pre-Sanctified Liturgy
Thurs. 01: 6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
Liturgy of St. Basil the Great with Vespers
Fri. 02: 4:00 pm @ St. Nicholas
6:00 pm @ Infant Jesus
Entombment Vespers with
Burial of Our Lord
Sat. 03: 5:30 pm @ St. Nicholas
7:30 pm @ Infant Jesus
Resurrectional Matins with
Procession followed by Solemn
Blessing of Paschal Basket
Sun. 04: 9:00 am @ Infant Jesus
Resurrection of Our Lord
Blessing of Paschal Baskets
Living & Deceased members of the Altar Rosary Society
Week of 3/21/2021
$ 946.00 Offertory
$ 81.00 Candles
$ 35.00 Holy day
$ 1067.00 TOTAL
Attendance from last week’s Liturgies:
On Line: 8
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF OUR PARISHIONERS:
Ken & Bernie Litwin, Richard Kuty, Pearl Tablack, Patricia Flaherty & all at home. Mary Rotunno at Assumption, Louise Macabobby at Hampton Woods, and the rest of our parishioners who are in nursing homes. May God grant to all the sick of our parish many blessed, happy and healthier years.
If any parishioner or family member is ill & would like to be on the pray list, or receive get-well wishes, call Karen or Kathy Kollar @330-272-1857.
Please remember this Holy week to abstain from meat on Wednesday and strict fast on Good Friday-no meat or milk products.
ALTAR ROSARY SOCIETY:
Due to Easter, the next praying of the rosary by the Society will be on May 2, 2021 @ 8:30 am, before 9:00 am liturgy.
The 2020 church financial statement is available on the table in the vestibule. Please take a report and if you have any questions please contact Fr. Michael or Greg Slemons @ (330)360-6465.Blessing of Easter Baskets will be held outside on a parking lot if weather permits. Baskets to be place on car hood and Father will come and bless it.
EASTER CANDY REMINDER:
REMINDER! GCU Lodge 422 will be sponsoring Easter Candy Day today on Palm Sunday March 28, 2021 for all children and altar servers of the parish. The Easter candy (bunnies) will be given out in the vestibule following Sunday liturgy. There is no need to sign up, all children and altar servers are welcomed.
ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY:
The Altar and Rosary Society and GCU Lodge 442 will have 1st/2nd Quarter meetings following Liturgy on Sunday, April 11, 2021 (Sunday after Easter) at 10:15am in the side atrium of Infant Jesus of Prague Church. All members are invited to attend.
SPAGHETTI DINNER: REMINDER
St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church, Campbell, is having a Take-Out Only Spaghetti Dinner on Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021 at St. Michael’s Hall, 405 Robinson Road, Campbell. Tickets are $11.00 per dinner and children under 10 are $5.00. The time of pickup is 12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m. Please call 330-770-9213 with your orders.
The Sanctuary candles will be lit for the entire week for your intentions. The left and right Sanctuary candles are for the health & well-being of Bob Jonda from his family
Entry of our Lord into Jerusalem, or Palm Sunday
On this day the Holy Church especially commemorates the imperial glorification of Jesus Christ before His death on the cross to indicate that the sufferings of the Savior were voluntary. The event of the feast is described in the Gospels (Mt. 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:29-41; John 12:12-19). The beginning of this feast goes back to deep antiquity. We meet the most ancient instruction on it in the teaching for this day of Methodius of Patara (3rd c.). Beginning from the VII century, many hymnographers (Andrew of Crete, Cosmas of Maium, John of Damascus, Theodore and Joseph of the Studite Monastery, the Emperor Leo the Philosopher, Theophanes and Nicephorus Xanthopoulos) have glorified the feast with hymns, which we sing even now. It is traditional to use palms on this feast (palm branches). It is even called “Palm” Sunday, “Flower bearing”, “Flower offering” or “Flowery”, and in popular usage “Palm Sunday”. For us willows replace palms because the willow tree blossoms before other trees. The tradition to use palms on this feast is based on the circumstances of the event of the Entry of our Lord into Jerusalem (refer to page 274). Praying as though we will invisibly meet the Lord and greet Him as the Victor over Hades and death, we hold in our hands the “signs of victory”