Home >Documents >Saint John Paul II

Saint John Paul II

Date post:03-Dec-2021
Category:
View:0 times
Download:0 times
Share this document with a friend
Transcript:
Solemn Mass for All Saints’ Day
In just over a week the Church celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints, or All Saints’ Day. Since it falls on
a Monday this is not a holy day of obligation this year. However, Mass will be offered in each parish to
celebrate this important feast day of the Church. See the bulletin for times and locations.
One of the Masses that will be offered for All Saints’ Day is a Solemn Mass at St. Pius X in Glencoe at
6:30 p.m. This will be a truly beautiful Mass for the glory of God, the honor of the saints, and for the
edification and sanctification of those who participate. It will be celebrated in the form of the Mass
promulgated after Vatican II with which we are all familiar. However, the Mass will be celebrated in
Latin (see the August 29 and September 5 bulletins on this topic) with the Liturgy of the Word (i.e.
readings, responses, and homily) in English. We will also sing hymns in English along with the propers
in Latin. We will be blessed to have seminarians from the seminaries in St. Paul to lead the music along
with our own Fr. John Hayes. A program for the Mass will include the Latin responses and translations
of Latin texts into English.
Another unique feature of this Mass is that we will celebrate it at the high altar. Many do not realize that
this is still an option in the current form of the Mass. This is often described as Mass celebrated by the
priest “with his back to the people.” However, this does not describe the true meaning of this orientation.
A better way to refer to it is Mass celebrated ad orientem, or toward the east. In the first centuries of the
Church, Christians often prayed in the direction of the east toward the rising sun. This represents the Son
who will come again in glory at the end of time. Since it is not always possible to build churches oriented
to the east, the idea of “liturgical east” arose. This means that at certain points of the Mass, especially
during the Eucharistic Prayer, the priest faces towards a representation of Christ such as an image of
Christ in glory or a crucifix, and/or the Real Presence of Christ in the tabernacle. The idea is not that the
priest does not want to look at the people. Rather it is that at those points of the Mass when the priest is
addressing God, he faces God. Moreover, the priest is facing in the same direction as the people so as to
represent that he is not praying to or at the people, but is leading them in prayer in the person of Christ by
the power of the Holy Spirit to God the Father. Together priest and people turn toward the Lord and offer
Him prayer, praise, worship, and adoration.
We purposely chose to offer this form of solemn Mass at a time that is not obligatory. The purpose is not
to cause a stir or make people fearful about what future Masses in the AFC will be like. The idea is
simply to offer this form of the Mass to give people a wider experience of the Church’s liturgy and to give
those are interested a chance to experience and participate in it. No one has to come. However, I
certainly encourage you to do so if you are able. You might appreciate it more than you think. My
experience has been that many do. It’s going to be very beautiful! Happy Sunday!
In Christ,
Rev. Matthew Wiering Rev. John Hayes Rev. Aaron Johanneck
Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 24, 2021
Church of the Holy Family 700 Main Street West Silver Lake, MN 55381
320 • 327 • 2356 www.holyfamilysilverlake.org
Church of the Holy Trinity 110 Winsted Avenue West, PO Box 9
Winsted, MN 55395 320 • 485 • 2182
www.winstedholytrinity.org
Glencoe, MN 55336 320 • 864 • 5162
a st
o ra
l L
ea d
er s
320-485-4421 [email protected]
Rev. Aaron Johanneck
Cell: 320-510-2063
A F
Lori Penas [email protected]
**Sacrament of Reconciliation ½ hour before Masses M-F
Monday, October 25, 2021
8:00 a.m. Mass at Holy Family (+Raymond Lhotka and family)
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
5:30 p.m. Mass at St. Pius X (+Carol Voit)
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
5:30 p.m. Mass at St. Pius X (+Ruth Smoldt)
Thursday, October 28, 2021
8:00 a.m. Mass at Holy Family (+Valeria Rozeski, +George Chap,
+Casimer Rozeski)
Mass not open to the public
Friday, October 29, 2021
8:10 a.m. School Mass at Holy Trinity (+Ken Bayerl)
11:00 a.m. Mass with Anointing of the Sick at Holy Family
(+Jerome Kaminsky) lunch to follow Mass
Saturday, October 30, 2021
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation at St. Pius X
Noon Sacrament of Reconciliation at Holy Family
4:00 – 4:45 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation at Holy Trinity
4:00 p.m. Mass at Holy Family (+Emil & Agnes Kautz)
5:00 p.m. Mass at Holy Trinity (+Jim Fritz)
6:00 p.m. Mass at St. Pius X (Poor Souls in Purgatory)
Sunday, October 31, 2021
8:00 a.m. Mass at Holy Family (+Lorin Cacka)
9:30 a.m. Mass at Holy Trinity (l. & d. Knights of Columbus
members)
10:00 a.m. Mass at St. Pius X (+Jack Splichal)
11:30 a.m. Mass in Spanish at St. Pius X (For the Parish)
Scripture Readings
Saturday: Rom 11:1-2a, 11-12, 25-29; Lk 14:1, 7-11
Sunday: Dt 6:2-6; Heb 7:23-28; Mk 12:28b-34
Baptisms/Marriages
Baptisms
320-327-2356 (Bobbi) to schedule
Weekly Contribution: $3,197.00.
Weekly Contribution: $9,980.75.
Promise to Protect. Pledge to Heal.
Report suspected abuse of minors to civil and church authorities.
Diocese of New Ulm Safe Environment, 1421 6th Street North, New
Ulm, MN 56073. Phone: 507-233-5301, Fax: 507-354-0268,
www.dnu.org. McLeod County Social Services: 320-864-3144 or
800-247-1756, National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453.
New Parishioners
If you would like to register as a parishioner of one of our Area Faith
Community Churches, please call the appropriate parish office.
Church of the Holy Family: 320-327-2356
Church of the Holy Trinity: 320-485-5651
Church of St. Pius X 320-864-5162
***PLEASE NOTE Parish offices will be closed during the
weekday Mass so that our staff is able to attend Mass. Thank you!
The Riverbend TEC (Together Encountering Christ) weekend for
October has been canceled. Thank you!
JOB OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE IN THE ST. JOHN
PAUL II AREA FAITH COMMUNITY: St. Pius X Parish Office
Assistant (part-time): We are looking for a Catholic, faith-filled
person with good “people skills” to answer calls, help parishioners,
and assist with basic administrative tasks in the St. Pius X parish
office. Competency or experience in data entry and word-processing
required. For full details of this position, a complete description of
this position is available upon request. For more information, please
contact Fr. Matthew Wiering at [email protected] or Shirley
Nowak at [email protected]
THE YOUTH OF C.O.R. will be hosting the first of three “COR
Nights” at St. Aloysius in Olivia on November 14. The evening
consists of games, music, a speaker, time for small group discussion,
food, and Cor Jesu. It should be a great night! November’s topic is
“Purgatory: God’s Loving Fire” presented by Fr. Garrett Ahlers
(November is the Month of All Souls, after all). This is a topic that
often piques the curiosity of Catholics and non-Catholics alike and it
is sure to inspire great questions and conversation. Whether you have
an existing youth group and you want to foster discipleship within it,
you’re looking for way to jump-start a new youth group, or you are
simply interested in such an event, this is a great opportunity for
either situation. It’ll be a jam-packed night full of activities for youth
at all stages of their faith journey. For more information see the flyers
or visit www.dnu.org/cor-night or contact Kevin Losleben
([email protected]).
St. Cloud, Peaceful, Prayerful, vigil. Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. on
the public sidewalk in front of planned parenthood, East St. Cloud.
We pray for an end to legalized abortion. Come join us. For
questions or to sign-up, contact [email protected] or “just come”
(do not be afraid to join us. Captains will be there to welcome you all
day during the campaign.
THE MONTH OF OCTOBER each year is dedicated to the Most
Holy Rosary. Each night at 7:00 p.m., Relevant Radio (Minneapolis,
MN - 1330AM WLOL, or download the Relevant Radio app.)
presents the 'Family Rosary Across America', a live and interactive
radio program to bring the entire country together at the same time to
pray the rosary. During the month of October, the special intention of
the rosary is for “the end to legal abortion in America and an
outpouring of support for expectant mothers.” With the Supreme
Court of the United States taking up the Dobbs case in December that
could lead to overturning Roe v. Wade, the Justices will need the
grace of wisdom and courage to confront the issues honestly. This is
a wonderful opportunity to join and support this effort by praying and
promoting the daily Rosary in October for this intention.
THIS WEEKEND WE CELEBRATE WORLD MISSION
SUNDAY. We celebrate this day by remembering our baptismal
call to bring the Gospel to all! The collection today for the Society
for the Propagation of the Faith supports the work and witness of the
Mission Church, as it provides for priests, religious and lay leaders
who offer the Lord’s mercy and concrete help to the most vulnerable
communities in the Pope’s missions. Thank you for your generosity.
Please make your checks payable to the Church of the Holy Family,
the Church of the Holy Trinity or the Church of St. Pius X. We will
consolidate all of our donations and forward them to the appropriate
organization. We are not able to cash checks made out to the
specific organization or collection. If you did not receive an
envelope and wish to make a donation, please put your donation in a
clearly marked envelope. Thank you!
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SMALL GROUP: Girls grades 9-12
with the Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus. The Lord made us for
relationship, and He never intended that we journey to Heaven alone.
This small group will be a place for young women to share their
lives, to study God's word, learn the sound of His voice in prayer, and
to lift each other up and support one another in our walk of faith.
Time: First Saturdays of the Month (starting November 6)
3:00-4:00 p.m. Each gathering is a standalone event- Join us when
you can!
Location: Holy Trinity Church. NO sign up- JUST SHOW UP!
Permission slips are available at Holy Trinity Church and on the Holy
Trinity website. Have the girls bring the completed permission slip
with them. https://winstedholytrinity.org/parish-youth-ministry/
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24: Silver Lake American Legion breakfast, 8:00-10:30 a.m.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24: Fall Festival, St. Peter Lutheran Church, Lester Prairie, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28: United Way of McLeod County invites you
to Keeping Hope Alive during Troubling Times, Ted Bowman, Free event,
Hutchinson Event Center, 6:30-8:30 p.m. or via zoom. Register at www.unitedwaymcleodcounty.org.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28: Free Community Meal, St. John’s Lutheran Church, Winsted.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29: Fall Family Fun, 2025 10th Street East, Glencoe, 3:00-6:00 p.m., costumes encouraged, events and food free, food shelf
donations accepted. Sponsors: Healing Arts, Farmers Insurance, Guardian In Home Health, Touch of Gray Adult Day Center.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: Chili Feed and Raffle, St. Bernard Catholic
Church, Cologne, 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. Mass at 5:00 p.m. Free will offering. Proceeds to general fund.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6: Taste of the Holidays at the Silver Lake Auditorium 8:00a.m.-4:00p.m. All kinds of crafts available and baked goods & more. Lunch served by the Silver Lake Women’s Club
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7: Turkey Dinner, 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Olivia, Take-out meals only.
PARISH EVENTS
Wednesday
Sunday, October 31, 2021
October has been canceled. Thank you!
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Church of the Holy Family is looking for a
person to clean the church upper/lower levels. This is an as needed
position. If you are interested, please contact the parish office.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Church of the Holy Family will
have Mass with Anointing of the Sick on Friday, October 29 at 11:00
a.m. A lunch will follow Mass.
NOVEMBER SAINT’S DISPLAY: For All Saints Day and the
month of November, we will have a saint’s display in church. If you
have a statue of a saint that you would be willing to have in this
display, please drop it at the parish office. Please be sure to mark it
with your name so it can be returned to you at Thanksgiving.
CRAFT, TOY AND MISCELLANEOUS SALE: Mark your
calendars for November 20 and 21 for this event. You may drop off
your craft/fancywork and new and gently used toys at the church
upper or lower level (look for the marked boxes) any time through
Friday, November 19. Watch the upcoming bulletins for further
information.
Please pray for…Kelli P., Christ Life Program, Marty K.,
Taylor Olivia, Veronica Jacobs and 4 special intentions. If
you would like to have the Prayer Network pray for someone,
please call the parish office to have their names included.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Confirmation Mass Worksheets are on the table in the entrance of
the church. Completed worksheets can be given to your Religious
Education catechist.
Substitute Catechists and Prayer Listeners are still needed for
this year. If you are willing to volunteer, please contact Lori Penas
at 320-327-2356.
TEEN TALK: Attention ALL teens grades 8-12. Fr John leads teens
on a night of fun, faith, scripture (bring your bible), time for Q & A
with the priest and treats! From 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Third floor at Holy
Trinity School-please use the cafeteria door entrance #6 and go up
steps. Each night is a stand-alone night. Permission slips are
required and are available at church AND to print off website:
https://winstedholytrinity.org/parish-youth-ministry/
RSVPs are no longer required! Please contact Michaela Otto at
320-290-7428 for more information.
Teens may attend any or all of the nights! Fall Teen Talk Dates:
Sunday, November 14
Sunday, December 12
ATTENTION TEEN TALK PARENTS: Join other parents and
parish members (each Teen Talk night) in praying the rosary in
church at 6:30 p.m., followed by fellowship in the gathering space.
We are still looking for someone to lead the rosary each night before
Teen Talk- please contact Michaela if you are interested.
HOMEBOUND MINISTRY: If you are going to be homebound for
any period of time or know someone who is, please call the Parish
Office so we can make arrangements for someone to bring them
communion.
EUCHARIST ADORATION is every Wednesday from 8:00 a.m.
through 4:00 p.m. All are welcome. If you would like to sign-up for
an hour, please call the parish office.
Honoring Those Who Served Helping Veterans in Need
5th Annual New Clothing Drive Winsted American Legion Auxiliary is conducting a NEW Clothing Drive for Veterans in Need. The Clothing Drive will begin on Saturday, October 23rd and will end on Sunday, November 14th. All donated items must be newly purchased.
This year the Auxiliary will be supporting the St. Cloud VA Hospital’s New Clothing Center, The Minneapolis VA Hospital, The Hastings Veterans Home and The Eagles Healing Nest.
The St. Cloud V.A. Hospital provides assistance to Veterans in Need. These veterans, many whom are homeless at admission, are typically hospitalized for 60 to 90 days. When they are well enough for discharge, the hospital staff works to ensure that their basic needs are met. The Minnepolis V.A. Hospital provides assistance to Veterans in Need who seek emergency services and are hospitalized. The homeless Veterans seeking care are are in need of assistance with meeting their basic needs. The Hastings Veterans Home provides personalized care for veterans that may be suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia as well rehabilitation services for those transitioning from hospitalization or other inpatient facilties. The Eagles Healing Nest provides treatment to Veterans with PTSD. Please consider donating the following items.
Sweat Pants (L and XL) Sweatshirts (L - XL) Zip up Hooded Sweatshirts
Slippers or Shower Shoe Boxer Shorts M - XL & Socks Colored T-Shirts - All sizes
Winter Hats and Gloves Winter Coats (L - XL) Pajama Pants (L, XL)
White T-Shirts 2x Men’s work - out shorts Women’s Work out clothes
Men’s Jeans 32 - 38 Women’s Jeans - all sizes Women - Sports Bras
Deodorant Toothbrushes/Toothpaste Body Wash
If you would like to make a monetary donation, collected funds will be used to purchase needed items. Make checks payable to ALA Unit 407, with VA Clothing Drive in memo. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!!
Church of the Holy Trinity
PARISH EVENTS
Wednesday
6:30 p.m. Religious Education
Sunday
October 31, 2021
No Discovering Christ
If you would like to schedule an event, please contact Michael in
the parish office.
October has been canceled. Thank you!
BAPTISM CONGRATULATIONS to Lyla Mae Keller, daughter
of Andrew & Alexandra (Bey) Keller. Congratulations also to Sophie
Dorothy Ficker, daughter of Bradley and Abby (Sawatzke) Ficker.
May God bless them and their families as they become children of
God!
SONG LEADERS: We are in need of more song leaders for our
Saturday night Masses. If you or a group of you are interested in
being a song leader for Mass please give Bobbi Ludewig our AFC
Liturgical Assistant a call at 320-327-2356 or email
[email protected]
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SMALL GROUP: Girls grades 9-12
with the Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus. The Lord made us for
relationship, and He never intended that we journey to Heaven alone.
This small group will be a place for young women to share their
lives, to study God's word, learn the sound of His voice in prayer, and
to lift each other up and support one another in our walk of faith.
Time: First Saturdays of the Month (starting November 6)
3:00-4:00 p.m. Each gathering is a standalone event- Join us when
you can!
Location: Holy Trinity Church. NO need to sign up - JUST SHOW
UP!
Permission slips are available at Holy Trinity Church and on the Holy
Trinity website. Have the girls bring the completed permission slip
with them. https://winstedholytrinity.org/parish-youth-ministry/
WEDNESDAY NIGHT ADULT FAITH FORMATION: All are
welcome to attend this FREE video series! Our first video teaching
will be a 6 week series featuring Bishop Robert Barron called “The
Creed”. Join us as we learn more about our Catholic faith and why
we believe! "The Keys that unlock the beliefs of the Christian Faith
are stated succinctly in the Nicene Creed, which we profess along
with most Christians around the world. Words that roll off our
tongues easily, but are often not fully understood, define our faith".
Location: Holy Trinity Elementary School Conference room
Time: 6:30 -7:45 p.m.
Dates: October 27, November 3, 10, 17, December 1, 15, 22.
RSVP: Please sign up at HT in new entry way OR online
at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040e44a4ae28a5fd0-adult
Contact Sandy Otto at 320-290-7505 for more information.
ATTENTION ALL SINGERS!!! The Holy Trinity traditional choir
will again be singing for the Advent and Christmas season and would
like you to consider joining. The commitment is for Thursday
evening rehearsals (beginning November 4 at 7:00 p.m.), Sunday
Masses during Advent and to sing for Midnight Mass. No formal
training is required. All you need is a desire to sing. For more
information, please call Lavon at 651-208-1636 or Joe at
612-221-4322.
ATTENTION: Parishioners are welcome to attend the Mass at
Lindenwood Apartments on the first Wednesday of every month.
However, Communion services are not open to the public. This is
because Communion services are only supposed to be done for
people for whom attending Mass is impossible. It is not meant to be
an alternative for those who would otherwise be able to attend Mass.
Attention ALL Holy Trinity Women!
We need YOUR help with donations for our Annual Fundraiser:
CCW Bake Sale & Grab Bag Sale that will be occurring during:
Winsted’s Winter Festival - Saturday December 4th at the Blue Note
We need Baked Goods, Grab Bag items and/or Cash donations!
The funds raised by this event help us- the CCW- to support many
great things at our parish!
Baked Goods: We welcome ANY type of baked goods! PLEASE
sign up ahead of time so we know how many people are willing to
bake! We do NOT need to know what you are baking. Drop off in
disposable container at the Blue Note on Sat. Dec 4th 8am-10am
(preferred)-Alternate drop off is Friday 6-8pm at HT Social Hall.
Sign up for Baked goods donation: At church OR Online @
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040e44a4ae28a5fd0-holy2
Baked Good Contact: Sandy Bayerl 320-485-4290
Grab Bags: These grab bags are filled with male/females items for
babies to 100 year olds. THIS YEAR- we are only in need of teen
and adult donation items (i.e.: books, games, make up, outdoor items,
etc.)
Grab Bag donation items are appreciated ASAP. Drop off items at
parish Office by Friday November 26.
Grab Bag Contact: Irene Kutz 320-485-2407
Cash Donations: Please make checks out to "CCW" and in memo
write in "Grab Bag". Drop off at the Parish office by Friday,
November 26. *cash donations are tax deductible*
Thank you for your support and participation!
Rose Heimerl Holy Trinity CCW President
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Confirmation Mass Worksheets are on the table in the gathering
space in church. Completed worksheets can be given to your
Religious Education catechist.
Substitute Catechists and Prayer Listeners are still needed for this
year. If you are willing to volunteer, please contact Lori Penas at 320-
485-5633.
loving memory of Kenneth J. Zimmermann; In loving memory of
Charles and Cathy Millerbernd; In loving memory of Paul & Sally
Millerbernd; In loving memory of Schmitt & Heimerl families; For
Very Special Intentions; For healing for my brother; In loving
memory of Joe and Rita Fasching; In memory of Art and Terry
Scherping; In memory of Rosie Hertel. If you would like a votive
light burnt for a loved one or a special intention please put $5.00 in
an envelope marked with your intention and drop it in the collection
or at the Parish Office.
PARISH EVENTS
Wednesday
October has been canceled. Thank you!
MAY HE REST IN PEACE: Our parish extends prayers and
sympathy to the family and friends Ken Farrell whose funeral was
last Thursday. May he find rest in Christ’s peace and may his family
be comforted by our prayers and presence.
ST. PIUS X PARISH OFFICE ASSISTANT (part-time): We are
looking for a Catholic, faith-filled person with good “people skills” to
answer calls, help parishioners, and assist with basic administrative
tasks in the St. Pius X parish office. Competency or experience in
data entry and word-processing required. For full details of this
position, a complete description of this position is available upon
request. For more information, please contact Fr. Matthew Wiering
[email protected] or Shirley Nowak
[email protected]
SONG LEADERS: We are in need of more song leaders for our
weekend Masses. If you or a group of you are interested in being a
song leader please give Bobbi Ludewig AFC Liturgical Assistant a
call at 320-327-2356 or email [email protected]
TEEN TALK: Attention ALL teens grades 8-12. Fr John leads teens
on a night of fun, faith, scripture (bring your bible), time for Q & A
with the priest and treats! From 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Third floor at Holy
Trinity School-please use the cafeteria door entrance #6 and go up
steps. Each night is a stand-alone night. Permission slips are
required and are available at church AND to print off website:
https://winstedholytrinity.org/parish-youth-ministry/
RSVPs are no longer required! Please contact Michaela Otto at
320-290-7428 for more information.
Teens may attend any or all of the nights! Fall Teen Talk Dates:
Sunday, November 14
Sunday, December 12
ATTENTION TEEN TALK PARENTS: Join other parents and
parish members (each Teen Talk night) in praying the rosary in
church at 6:30 p.m., followed by fellowship in the gathering space.
We are still looking for someone to lead the rosary each night before
Teen Talk- please contact Michaela if you are interested.
PRAYER CORNER: We pray for: Kathy, Irene Makovsky, Mary,
1 special intention. To place a person on the prayer list, please
contact Greg Troska at 320-510-0445.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Confirmation Mass Worksheets are on the table in the gathering
space in church. Completed worksheets can be given to your
Religious Education catechist.
Substitute Catechists and Prayer Listeners are still needed for this
year. If you are willing to volunteer, please contact Lori Penas at
320-864-5162.
NOVEMBER SAINTS DISPLAY: For All Saints Day and the month of November, we will again have a display of All Saints in church. If you
have a statue of a saint that you would be willing for us to have in the display, please drop it at the parish office. Make sure to mark it with your
name se we can return it to you at Thanksgiving.
Making Disciples Since 1883
“Let’s Build Together”
We want to reach out to you all to see if you know of anyone who be interested in our open 1st
Grade teacher position. Unfortunately, our current teacher, Carolyn Schmidt, was no longer able
to stay with us due to health concerns. If you can think of anyone, even someone willing to take
the class for a short while to buy us a little more time, that would be a huge help. Please keep this
very important intention in your prayers.
Our Marathon total as of Tuesday morning is $50,571.61! Money is still trickling in, so we will
have a final total soon. We want to send out a huge “Thank you!” to all who generously
supported this annual fundraiser this year making it a wonderful success.
Thank you for your continued prayers and support! We will continue to pray for you, our
benefactors, every day.
2021-10-24

Click here to load reader

Reader Image
Embed Size (px)
Recommended