Jesus in Hebrew means “God saves”.

Jesus died so that our sins would be forgiven, and we could live with God in heaven for all eternity.

Jesus is the Word of God made flesh and the Son of God. Jesus is both truly God and truly man.

Why Did God Take On Our Humanity?- Fr. Mike Schmitz

Who is Jesus - Catholic Kids Media

The Incarnation is when Jesus became Man – He took on human form and was like us in all ways except for sin.

In the Catechism of the Catholic Church, we learn that there are four reasons for the Incarnation:

  • We could be reconciled to God
  • Know God’s great love for us
  • Have a model of holiness
  • We can partake in God’s divine nature


Videos on Jesus:

Decision Point by Dynamic Catholic on Jesus:


Who is Jesus - Catholic Central -


Fr. Mike Schmitz

What did Jesus Actually Look Like:

Jesus is McDonalds on Sandals:

You’re Worth Dying for Right Now – On the Mass:

The Greatest Surprise: Jesus’ Second Coming:

Is Jesus Who He Says He Is - Fr. Mike Schmitz -


Bishop Robert Barron

Who is Jesus:

Who Jesus Truly Is:

What People Believe About Jesus:

Jesus is the Messiah:

Who is Jesus and What Makes Him Unique:

Having a “Personal Relationship” with Jesus:


Dr. Edward Sri

No Greater Love: The Wisdom of the Cross (2019 Applied Biblical Studies Conference):

Philippians 3: The Surpassing Worth of Knowing Christ Jesus - 2015 Steubenville ABS:

Following Jesus:


Dr. Scott Hahn

Consuming the Word: Encountering Christ in the New Testament:

Cross Purposes:

Sacred Heart of Jesus:

Nativity of Jesus Christ:


More Speakers

Why Am I Catholic? The Eucharist by Jacki Angel:


Jesus, The Light of the World by Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers:

Jesus, The Good Shepherd by Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers:


Did Jesus Exist by Catholic Answers:

How Can We Know Jesus is Really Present in the Eucharist by Catholic Answers:

Has the Church Always Taught that Jesus is God by Catholic Answers:

Is Faith in Jesus Reasonable by Catholic Answers:


Jesus, Palm Sunday, and the New Covenant by Jeff Cavins:

Loaves and Fish Story by Jeff Cavins:

Allow Jesus to Shepherd You by Jeff Cavins:


Made for More: A Prodigal’s Journey by Leah Darrow:


Who is Jesus Christ by Jason Evert:

Belonging to the Body of Christ by Jason Evert:


Ways to Start the Day with Jesus by Matt Fradd:

5 Reasons Jesus Christ Rose From the Dead by Matt Fradd:


Jesus Christ’s Passion and Death by Mark Hart:

Jesus Christ’s Resurrection by Mark Hart:

When God Draws Near: Finding Christ in the Chaos by Mark Hart:


Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead by Trent Horn:

Were the Gospel Writers Lying About Jesus by Trent Horn:

Isn’t Christ the Only Mediator Between God and Man by Trent Horn:


Becoming a Living Image of Christ by Fr. Josh Johnson:

I Will Follow by Fr. Josh Johnson and Fr. Mike Schmitz:


In the Name of Jesus I Give You More – Men’s Conference – Damon Owens:

Man Up Philly Men’s Conference – Damon Owens:


Faith Without Power, Wisdom, or Real Worship by Chris Stefanick: (Free for St. Jane Parishioner) – has great videos and audio talks. Here is the link about how to sign up for Formed -


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About Us

St. Jane Parish is a family rooted in our faith in Jesus Christ and our devotion to his Church.  We strive always to be a welcoming community, with our doors open to all who seek the Lord.

Address: 4049 Hartley Avenue
Easton, PA 18045

Phone: 610-253-3553

Fax: 610-253-5711



Mass Times

6:30 a.m., 8:15 a.m. (Mon-Fri)

9:00 a.m.
Sunday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., Noon

Holy Day: Consult Bulletin

Wednesday: 8:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.,
or by appointment

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