TWENTY SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

6 12 2020

NOVEMBER 29, 2020

St. Andrew

Feast Day November 30

St. Andrew was the “first-called Apostle, brother of St. Peter the Prince of the Apostles. Andrew, like his brother Simon Peter, was a fisherman. He became a disciple of the great St. John the Baptist, but when John pointed to Jesus and said, “Behold the Lamb of God!” Andrew understood that Jesus was greater. At once he left John to follow the Divine Master. Jesus knew that Andrew was walking behind him, and turning back, he asked, “What do you seek?” When Andrew answered that he would like to know where Jesus lived, Our Lord replied, “Come and see.” Andrew had been only a little time with Jesus when he realized that this was truly the Messiah. 

SANCTUARY LIGHT: No Request

ALTAR CANDLES: The Altar Candles will burn for all services in the month of December, requested by Albert Piston in memory of his parents– Michael & Jennie Piston.

On this day people in Ukraine and all over the world are lighting candles in memory of those killed during the genocide of 1932-33.

“In 1932-33, Moscow’s Stalinist regime deliberately starved millions of Ukrainians to death in a man-made famine. Known as the Holodomor, the Ukrainian term for killing by starvation, the famine stands as one of the most horrendous genocides of the 20th century.

Targeting principally Ukrainian farmers, in a land that for centuries was known as the “breadbasket of Europe,” Stalin aimed to annihilate those parts of the Ukrainian population that were especially resisting Soviet repressive policies in Ukraine, and to terrorize the surviving Ukrainian population into submission to the Soviet totalitarian regime. 

While the exact number of victims is not known, many scholars and historians place the number at 3 to as many as 10 million. One third of the victims were children; at the height of the Holodomor, tens of thousands died daily of starvation.

Years after this unprecedented crime, the Holodomor remains one of the least known genocides.”

The Ukrainian Institute of America.

PRAY – not because you need something

But

Because you have a lot to thank God for.

Saints Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church

20 Nottingham Street – PO Box 60 – Plymouth, PA 18651

Church & Hall: 779-3323 Father Walter cell phone 570-406-5882

Father Walter Pasicznyk, Pastor 

Web-Site   www.sspeterandpaulucc.org

DIVINE LITURGY SCHEDULE: Saturdays 4:00 PM; Sundays 8:30 AM

TWENTY SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

NOVEMBER 29, 2020

Saturday, Nov. 28  

4:00 PM   God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners 

Sunday, Nov. 29   TWENTY FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST 

 8:30 AM   Ulana Campbell, for God’s blessings, given by the Campbell Family  

Saturday, Dec. 5 

             4:00 PM    ✞Peter Phillips – son Peter Phillips

Sunday, Dec. 6           TWENTY SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

            8:30 AM              God’s Blessings and Good Health for all Parishioners                                                                                            

Be At Peace

Do not look forward in fear to the changes of life;

Rather, look forward with the knowledge, That God will lead you through all things. Do not worry about what may happen tomorrow.

The same everlasting Father, Who cares for you today, will care for you now and every day. He will either shield you from suffering, Or give you the strength to bear it. And, when you think you cannot stand it anymore He will carry you in His arms.

Therefore, Be At Peace, Put aside all anxious thoughts.

Trust the Lord and He will see you through. 

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