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During the holidays I preached that we should be grateful to God always for our many blessings.  The greatest blessing God has given us is His son Jesus Christ. Through his life, death and resurrection, our sins are forgiven and the gates of Heaven are opened!  Alleluia!  Praise the Lord!

I also mentioned that the best way we can show our gratitude to God is by helping those less fortunate than ourselves.  We at Good Shepherd don’t have to look very far to do this.  We have a great ministry here at Good Shepherd called FeedMyPoor which feeds Jesus who is hungry in the homeless.  I mentioned that we need financial support for our 2021 budget.  

I asked that the Good Shepherd community help us raise much needed funds for our food truck, cook, and other related expenses.  My sincere heartfelt gratitude to those that have already contributed, but we need the entire community to embrace and give to this most worthy cause.  

If we all give something, we will be able to feed Jesus in 2021. Soon, we will celebrate the birth of our Savior.  I can’t think of a better way to honor the Christ child than by feeding Him in the homeless.  He will be very happy with all of us for recognizing Him in the poor.  

Thus, I beg all of you to please give what you can to FeedMyPoor this Christmas season.  Use our secure online giving page or mail your check to the parish with “FeedMyPoor” in the memo section.  Know that you are literally feeding Jesus when you give to FeedMyPoor.

Thank you in advance for your generosity and love of Our Lord Jesus!
Fr. Ed Benioff, Pastor

Mass - January 17, 2021
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are just a few recommended prescriptions for your
body and soul during the coronavirus pandemic.

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*sliced bread
*sliced cheese
*sliced deli meats

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