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  • Vicar: Rev. Fr. Thomas Kadukapillil

    Phone: (908) 235-8449

    E-mail: Kadukappilly@yahoo.com

    Rectory/Office Address: 217 NW 95th Terr.

    Coral Springs, FL 33071

    Phone / Fax: 954 227 6985

    Mass Schedule 7:00 AM, & 8:30AM -

    Holy Qurbana in Malayalam

    10:30AM Mass in English for

    CCD Children

    Week Day Masses

    Mondays, Wednesdays

    & Thursdays:

    6:15PM- Holy Mass

    Wednesdays: St Joseph’s

    Novena after the Holy Mass

    All Fridays:

    6:00-7:00 Confessions

    6:30PM- Evening Prayer

    and Rosary,

    7:00PM-Holy Mass.


    8:30AM- Rosary and

    Morning Prayer

    9:00AM- Holy Mass and

    Novena of our Lady.

    (No Mass on Tuesdays)

    Our Lady of Health Syro Malabar Catholic Forane Church 201 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33071

    Website: www.Syromalabarflorida.org

    Email: info@syromalabarflorida.org

    Vol. 14 N0. 03

    January 20, 2019

    Third Sunday of Epiphany


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    Vicar: Rev. Fr. Thomas Kadukapillil

    Phone: (908) 235-8449 E-mail: Kadukappilly@yahoo.com

    Pastoral Assistance: Sr. Jolly Maria SABS 954 600 7569

    Sr. Elsa SABS 954 826 4964 Convent: 954-323 8373

    Pastoral Council Davis Pulikken

    Antony Thottathil Parish Kaikarans-

    Sakaria P. Chacko 305 803 9248 Joby Panackal 954 7781021

    Ullas Kuriakose 954 376 9011 Renjen Pulimoottil 9083058231

    Indian Catholic Association President-Benny Parathalakal

    954 849 0084 Secretary-Gijo John 954 465 5771

    Parish Youth Committee

    Arya Aranchery, Riya Babu, Joel Joy, Anjana Deepu, Dhiya Denny, Evelin

    Bennis, Sneha Joseph & Angely Mathew

    CCD Coordinator Kevin Angadiath: (954) 309 8215

    Adult Choir Coordinators

    Elsy Vathielil & Joby Thundathil (954) 757 5450

    Youth Choir Coordinator

    John J. Angadiath- (954) 309-7533 Siji Dennis

    Angel Choir Coordinators

    Sigi Denny Amala Benny

    Family Coordinators

    Sunny & Valsa

    MathruSangam Coordinators Jessy Parathundil, Asha Johnson, July Tonson, Dr. Rose Joseph, Shini Jithesh

    & Mary Nicholas

    Syro Malabar Catholic Congress President–Mathew Poovan 754368 0259

    Secretary– Jimmy Jose 954 309 5783

    St. Vincent de Paul Society President : Mathew K Valloor

    (954) 907 9659 Board: Jose Rathappallil,

    Jimmy Emmanuel & Jose Prakash

    Web Administrator: Janeev Immanuel

    Jithesh Joseph josephjithesh@gmail.com

    Bulletin Editor:

    Lukose Pynumkan (561) 271 6888 Email: pynumkan@hotmail.com


    THE LAMB OF GOD Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the

    world. John 1.29 My dear Children, Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

    The lamb as a symbol for Christ has its roots in the Old Testament. God led the Israelites out of Egypt and slavery into the promised land. On the night God's people were to depart, the firstborn in all the Egyptian families died. The firstborn of the Israelites was saved because God had instructed them to kill a lamb and mark their doorposts with its blood. The

    angel of death then knew to pass over those houses. The Israelites ate the lamb in a meal before they left. The lamb was to have no blemish, and none of its bones were to be broken. To this day the Jews remember this night with the Feast of Passover. On this day they share a special meal called a Seder meal. The shank of a lamb is one item on the Seder plate.

    Jesus is called the lamb of God because he is the perfect sacrifice of-

    fered to God. After Jesus' crucifixion, soldiers did not break his legs to kill him be- cause he was already dead. Like the Passover lamb, his bones were unbroken. Jesus' death on the cross was a passover from death to life for all of us. By his blood we are saved from death. Jesus made it possible for us to break out of the slavery of sin and death. He gave us the hope of reaching our promised land, Heaven. God’s blessings upon you!

    Fr. Thomas Kadukapillil


    Message from Vicariachan






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    Isaiah 45:18-46:4

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    01/21/2019-MON 1John 5:1-5 Luke 12:4-12

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    Numbers 11:11-20 11“Why do you treat your servant so badly?” Moses asked the LORD. “Why are you so displeased with me that you burden me with all this people? 12Was it I who con- ceived all this people? or was it I who gave them birth, that you tell me to carry them at my breast, like a nurse carrying an infant, to the land you have promised under oath to their fathers? 13Where can I get meat to give to all this people? For they are crying to me, ‘Give us meat for our

    food.’ 14I cannot carry all this people by myself, for they are too heavy for me. 15If this is the way you will deal with me, then please do me the favor of killing me at once, so that I need no longer face my distress.” 16Then the LORD said to Moses: Assemble for me seventy of the el-

    ders of Israel, whom you know to be elders and authorities among the people, and bring them to the tent of meeting. When they are in place beside you, 17I will come down and speak with you there. I will also take some of the spirit that is on you and will confer it on them, that they may share the burden of the people with you. You will then not have to bear it by your- self. 18To the people, however, you shall say: “Sanctify yourselves for tomorrow, when you shall have meat to eat. For in the hearing of the LORD you have cried, ‘If only we had meat for food! Oh, how well off we were in Egypt!’ Therefore, the LORD will give you meat to eat, 19and you will eat it, not for one day, or two days, or five, or ten, or twenty days, 20but for a whole month—until it comes out of your very nostrils and becomes loathsome to you. For you have rejected the LORD who is in your midst, and in his presence, you have cried, ‘Why did we ever leave Egypt?’” Isaiah 45:18-46:4 18For thus says the LORD, The Creator of the heavens, who is God, The designer and maker of the earth who established it, Not as an empty waste* did he create it, but designing it to be lived in: I am the LORD, and there is no other. 19I have not spoken in secret from some place in the land of darkness, I have not said to the descendants of Jacob, “Look for me in an empty waste.” I, the LORD, promise justice, I declare what is right. 20Come and assemble, gather to- gether, you fugitives from among the nations! They are without knowledge who bear wooden idols and pray to gods that cannot save. 21Come close and declare; let them take counsel together: Who announced this from the beginning, declared it from of old? Was it not I, the LORD, besides whom there is no other God? There is no just and saving God but me. 22Turn to me and be safe, all you ends of the earth, for I am God; there is no other! 23By myself I swear, uttering my just decree, a word that will not return: To me every knee shall bend; by me every tongue shall swear, 24Saying, “Only in the LORD are just deeds and power. Before him in shame shall come all who vent their anger against him. 25In the LORD all the descend- ants of Israel shall have vindication and glory.” Ch. 46:1-4: 1Bel bows down, Nebo stoops, their idols set upon beasts and cattle; They must be borne upon shoulders, a load for weary animals. 2They stoop and bow down together; unable to deliver those who bear them, they too go into captivity. 3Hear me, O house of Jacob, all the remnant of the house of Israel, My bur- den from the womb, whom I have carried since birth. 4Even to your old age I am he, even when your hair is gray I will car- ry you; I have done this, and I will lift you up, I will carry you to safety. Hebrew 4:1-10 1Therefore, let us be on our guard while the promise of entering into his rest remains, that none of you seem to have failed. 2For in fact we have received the good news just as they did. But the word that they heard did not profit them, for they were not united in faith with those who listened. 3For we who believed enter into [that] rest, just as he has said: