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A Stewardship Moment

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 22/23, 2020
 
“So be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.” Talk about setting the bar high!
 
This verse at the end of today’s Gospel passage from Matthew sets the tone for all of the readings this week.
 
The stewardship way of life, giving away the best of our time, talents, and treasure to God for His glory and for the sake of others, is the path to holiness. Yet, it appears utterly foolish in the eyes of many.
 
Our Lord gives us several illustrations today of this “foolish” concept: “When someone strikes you on your right cheek, turn the other one as well. If anyone wants to go to law with you over your tunic, hand over your cloak as well... love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” This is the kind of action and attitude that will make us “children of our heavenly Father.” This is the high bar of holiness to which our Lord is calling us. 
 
If your lifestyle and your priorities look a little foolish to the world around you, know that you’re probably doing it right in God’s eyes. At the same time, you will be filled with a peace that the world around you desperately needs. Your stewardship way of life may just draw those around to the heavenly Father and a life of holiness, too. 
 
So, with God’s grace, we can confidently press on in the stewardship way of life, aiming to be perfect as our heavenly Father is perfect. Our all-holy God desires it and deserves nothing less.

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Measuring Spiritual Growth and Parish Engagement
 
Beginning Sunday, February 23, all St. John parishioners are asked to take part in the Disciple Maker Index Survey. This survey is designed to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ and become more engaged in our parish. By answering the questions in the 15-minute survey, you will have the chance to reflect on individual spiritual growth as well as provide our parish leadership with invaluable insight into our parish strengths and opportunities.
 
This will allow St. John’s to set priorities and allocate resources in the years ahead.
 
There are two ways to participate. There is a convenient online survey that you can take at home. Click on this link and first select the Archdiocese of Milwaukee then St. John the Evangelist Parish, Greenfield, from the options provided.
 
There are also paper surveys in the narthex. Contact the parish office if you would like a survey in a language other than English. The survey will close on Monday, March 23.
 
The survey is completely confidential. St. John’s will not receive any individual survey responses.

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St. John the Evangelist is a Roman Catholic Eucharistic community faithful to the values and traditions of the Church.  We strive to live our faith every day, to embrace stewardship, and to be nurtured by continuous Christian Formation.