10 APR 2016 - Our Lady of the Assumption

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10 APR 2016 - Our Lady of the Assumption
Our Lady of the Assumption Parish
April 10, 2016
Third Sunday of Easter
PASTOR
PAROCHIAL VICAR
DEACONS
Rev. Edward C. Domme
Rev. Michelangelo Cimino
Deacon Jim Delgado
Deacon Maurice Graff
Deacon Jack Granato
PARISH OFFICE
(505) 256-9818
Fax (505) 256-3131
811 Guaymas Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
Hours 8:30 am-12:00 pm & 1:00-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri.
Closed Weekends, Holy Days & Holidays
(505) 256-3167
815 Guaymas Place NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108
www.olacs.org
5:00 pm Saturday
7:00 am, 10:00 am and 11:30 am (English)
8:30 am (Bilingual)
SCHOOL OFFICE
WEBSITE
SUNDAY OBLIGATION MASS:
SUNDAY MASSES:
WEEKDAY MASSES:
Monday-Saturday
Tuesday and Thursday
On the Corner of Lomas and Tennessee NE
8:30 am
5:30 pm
CONFESSIONS: Saturday 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm or by appointment during regular office hours.
Mission Statement:
Created in God’s image, we are the people of Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Parish. In communion
with the Roman Catholic Church and the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, we dedicate ourselves to living the Gospel
of Jesus Christ. Guided by the Holy Spirit; nourished by the Sacraments; and under the Patronage of Our Lady
of the Assumption; we strive to use our varied gifts and rich heritage to build the Body of Christ through
worship, prayer, education, and service to all.
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MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF April 11 - April 17, 2016
Mon., 11th * Weekday
Acts 6:8-15
Psalm 119:23-24, 26-27,
29-30
John 6:22-29
Tue., 12th * Weekday *
Acts 7:51-8:1a
Psalm 31:3cd-4, 6 & 7b &
8a, 17 & 21ab
John 6:30-35
Wed., 13th * Weekday *
Acts 8:1b-8
Psalm 66:1-3a, 4-5, 6-7a
John 6:35-40
Thurs. 14th * Weekday *
Acts 8:26-40
Psalm 66:8-9, 16-17, 20
John 6:44-51
Fri. 15th * Weekday *
Acts 9:1-20
Psalm 1171bc, 2
John 6:52-59
Sat. 16th * Weekday *
Acts 9:31-42
Psalm 116:12-13, 14-15,
16-17
John 6:60-69
Sun. 17th *
Acts 13:14, 43-52
Psalm 100:1-2, 3, 5
Revelation 7:9, 14b-17
John 10:27-30
St. Stanislaus
8:30am † Donna Farmer by Adelfa Amparan
– S.I. for Jimmy Ballard on his Birthday by his parents
† Souls in Purgatory and – S.I. for the terminally ill by Beth Malm
8:30am †
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5:30pm –
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Ross A. Garcia (RIP 2014) by Ross B. Garcia
Carmen Vilez Montes by Mark and Juanita Kilijanski
S.I. in thanksgiving to God by Angela, Peter and April
S.I. for Candice DeMar by Liz Vigil
8:30am †
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8:30am †
–
5:30pm –
†
8:30am †
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***School Mass—grade 4***
St. Martin I
Jerry Greer (RIP 2010) by Alicia
Esteban Maes by the Maes family
S.I. in thanksgiving for favors received by Beth Malm
Leo Lucero by OLA Parish
S.I. for all Servicemen, Servicewomen and their families
S.I. for Sharon Frias by Peter Eichenberg
Frank Ruminski (RIP 1998) by the family
Tony and Sarah Velarde by the family
Herb Johnson (RIP 2015) by Margaret
Parents of Aida Moreno
8:30am †
–
5:00pm †
–
Doug Ladd by the family
S.I. for all Police Officers and their families
Audrey Mae Wise, mother of Jack Wise
S.I. in thanksgiving to the Sacred Heart & Immaculate Heart by Jennings family
7:00am †
–
8:30am –
–
10:00am †
–
11:30am –
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Art and Edye Matte by John Matte
S.I. in honor of St. Michael and St. Anthony by the Herrera family
S.I. in honor of the Holy Family by Leroy and Ceci Haynes
S.I. for the health of our Parish Priests and Deacons by OLA Staff
David Downey by the Sanchez family
S.I. for the family of Joe and Maria Tafoya
S.I. for the health of Pauline Sayed
Marc A. Carabajal by family
SAINT MARTIN I: Pope Martin I was born near Todi,
Umbria, in the place now named after him (Pian di San
Martino). He succeeded Pope Theodore I on 5 July 649.
He was the only pope during the Byzantine Papacy
whose election was not approved by a iussio from
Psalm — I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued Constantinople. Martin I was abducted by Emperor
Constans II and died at Cherson. He is considered a
me (Psalm 30).
saint and martyr by the Catholic Church and the Eastern
Orthodox Church.
Second Reading — In his vision, John sees all in
heaven and on earth give honor and glory to the one
Since the 1969 revision of the General Roman
on the throne and to the Lamb (Revelation 5:11-14).
Calendar, the memorial of Saint Martin I, which earlier
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Brought before the Sanhedrin, the
apostles give witness to Jesus Christ.
(Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41).
versions of the calendar place on November 12, is on
April 13, the anniversary of his death.
Gospel — Jesus appears to the disciples by the sea
of Tiberias (John 21:1-19 [1-14]).
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LAY MINISTERS FOR THE WEEKEND OF APRIL 9 and 10, 2016
Sat. 5:00 pm
Lectors
Eucharistic
Ministers
Ministry of
Altar
Servers
Gift
Bearers
Mary Wentworth
Scott Nary
Sun., 7:00am
Sun., 8:30am
Sun., 10:00am
Sun., 11:30am
Celine Crawley
Brad Sedillo
Pablo Zavala
Fran Lerma
Laura Paiz
Marcela Zavala
Bill Caskey
Ann Gilpin
Roy Porter/c
Linda Trujillo/c
Gary Stone/c
Ailene Martinez/c
Gina Broussard/c
Mary Ortega/s
Don Luna/s
Lydia Lucero/s
Julia Stone/s
Maria Baca/s
Josiah Chavez
Alex Converse
Alexandra Martinez Ashlee Mather
Clara Johnston
Elianna Lopez-Sanchez Lily Converse
Daisy Martinez
Kiana Frederick
Justin Segura
Kirk Schriner
Zia Lucero
Angel Sanchez
Carlos Lopez
Laura, Zach & Colin Larry and Elaine
Louis Vasquez
Gabriel & Cherish Christine Lopez
Johnson
Nelson Family
Family
Rio-Delgado
Lay Ministers, if you are unable to serve, please find a replacement. Thank you
LAY MINISTERS FOR THE WEEKEND OF APRIL 16 and 17, 2016
Sat. 5:00 pm
Lectors
Eucharistic
Ministers
Ministry of
Altar
Servers
Gift
Bearers
Sun., 7:00am
Dan Domme
Colleen Domme
Mary Ann O’Keefe
Joseph Jaramillo
Becky Wise/c
Celine Crawley/c
Jack Wise/s
Nicholas Mittas
Micheal Chavez
Emo Sedillo
Carol Sedillo
Romero
John Reilly/s
Daniel Gonzales
Diego Flores
Debora Witter
Suzanne Garcia
Sun., 8:30am
Guillermo Madrid
Hermila Madrid
Tom Gutierrez/c
Rebecca Gutierrez/s
Ariana Velasquez
Elisha Velasquez
Aylene Lucero
Arturo & Elva Solis
Sun., 10:00am
Kim Madrid
Larry Gonzales
Bill Fiedler/c
Sun., 11:30am
Bill Caskey
Emilie Underwood
Robert Paiz/c
Joseph Frias/s
Rebecca Fiedler/s
Bethany Kettleborough
Rebecca Fiedler
Alexandra Fiedler Clara Johnston
Santana Larrañaga Justin Segura
David & Jeanne
Michael Mirabal
Holtby
OLA MEETINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday
Biblia en Español
9:50 am - Office
Cenacle Rosary
1:30 pm - Chapel
1st Sunday Coffee & Donuts
All Masses - Gym
2nd Weekend Religious Article Sales All Masses
Church Gathering Area
Monday
1st & 3rd
St. Vincent de Paul
6:00 pm - Office
Sept-Dec
Adult Confirmation
6:45 pm - Office
Tuesday
Legion of Mary
RCIA Adult Formation
Wednesday Spanish Choir
2nd & 4th
Knights of Columbus
7:00 pm - Church
7:00 pm - Gym
Thursday
9:00 am - Church
6:30 pm - Church
6:30 pm - Office
1st & 3rd
Friday
2nd & 4th
2nd
6:00 pm - Sacristy
4th
6:30 pm - Office
Legion of Mary
10 am Choir
Men’s Group
Blankets & Booties
9:30 am - Office
Spanish Baptism Class 6:30 pm - Office
English Baptism Class 6:30 pm - Office
MOTHER TERESA Vatican City, Rome (CNA/EWTN
News) - The priest charged with overseeing Mother
Teresa’s path to sainthood said that for him, one
thing stands out above all the rest: her experience of
spiritual darkness and what she described as feeling
totally abandoned by God for the majority of her life.
"The single most heroic thing is exactly her darkness.
That pure living, that pure, naked faith," Fr. Brian
Kolodiejchuk, the postulator for Mother Teresa's
canonization cause, told CNA in an interview.
Fr. Kolodiejchuk is a priest of the Missionaries of
Charity Fathers, founded by Mother Teresa in 1989.
Mother Teresa’s canonization is scheduled for
Sunday, September 4, 2016.
ST. STANISLAUS was born of noble parents on July 26th
at Szczepanow near Cracow, Poland. He was educated at
Gnesen and was ordained there. He was given a canonry
by Bishop Lampert Zula of Cracow, who made him his
preacher, and soon he became noted for his preaching. He
became a much sought after spiritual adviser. He was
successful in his reforming efforts, and in 1072 was named
Bishop of Cracow. He incurred the enmity of King
Boleslaus the Bold when he denounced the King's cruelties
and injustices and especially his kidnapping of the beautiful
wife of a nobleman. When Stanislaus excommunicated the
King and stopped services at the Cathedral when
Boleslaus entered, Boleslaus himself killed Stanislaus while
the Bishop was saying Mass in a chapel outside the city on
April 11. Stanislaus has long been the symbol of Polish
nationhood. He was canonized by Pope Innocent IV in
1253 and is the principle patron of Cracow.
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL is currently scheduled
for July 18 - July 22 for grades K-5. Mark your
calendar - details will be forthcoming.
BAPTISM CLASS
In preparation for a child’s baptism, the parent(s) must
be registered and attending Mass at OLA for at least
2 months. Registration may be completed in the
parish office prior to the child’s birth. Baptism classes
are held monthly from 6:30-8:00 pm in the parish
office The next English class is scheduled for
Friday, April 22, 2016.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES
Religious Education classes for the
current school year are coming to a
close. Information for next year will be
announced in May.
CLASES DE BAUTISMO
En preparación para el bautismo de un niño(a), los
padres deben registrarse y asistir a la misa en
Nuestra Señora de la Asunción al menos durante 2
meses. El registro puede hacerse en la oficina
parroquial antes del nacimiento del niño. Las clases
de bautismo son mensuales de 6:30-8:00 pm en la
HIGH SCHOOL CONFIRMATION
High School Confirmation is scheduled for oficina de la parroquia. La próxima clase de español
April 20. Registration for next school year está prevista para el viernes 13 de mayo de 2016.
will be announced in May.
CLASE de EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
Clases de educación religiosa para el
año escolar actual están llegando a su fin.
Información para el próximo año se anunciarán en
mayo.
CLASE de CONFIRMACION PARA
SECUNDARIA
Confirmación secundaria está prevista
para el 20 de abril. Inscripción para el
próximo año escolar se anunciará en
mayo.
WORD FOR CHILDREN
1st-3rd Grade
Sundays in the Sacristy
During the 10 am Mass
Our Lady of the Assumption School
ANNOUNCEMENT: Our Lady of the Assumption School Graduating Class of 2016 invites you to a “Thank
You For All The Support” Parish breakfast after all Masses on Sunday, April 17. Come and let the students
serve you a full breakfast (eggs, hash browns, bacon, pancakes) in appreciation of all your prayers and
financial support. Goodwill donations will be accepted and all proceeds support the end of year class
activities.
SCHOOL APRIL MASS SCHEDULE
UNIFORM STORE HOURS
2015-2016
Wednesday 3:30 pm-4:00 pm &
Thursday 8:00 am-8:30 am
Cash or Checks Only!
Wednesday April 13 Grade 4
Wednesday April 20 Grade 2
Wednesday April 27 Grade 1
RECYCLING
OLA School is still recycling and saving labels.
We take:
• computer cartridges, laser & inkjet
• cell phones
• soft plastic rings
• (The city does not recycle the above items.)
• Aluminum tabs from soft drink cans
• Campbell Labels & General Mills labels.
They can be dropped off at the School or Parish
Office.
HELP US RECYCLE!
ALUMINUM CANS & NEW RECYCLE DUMPSTER
Aluminum cans still need to be placed over the fence
into the small blue bin or just over the fence, whichever is easiest for you If you have a can crusher,
crush away. Otherwise we will crush for you. The new
Recycle NM dumpster is for parish and school use
ONLY. Please do not use the dumpster for the
aluminum cans. We need to keep the cans separate
for our contest! The school and parish are now doing
our part to take care of God’s earth. Thank you for
your continued support.
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PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Sunday Collection
Annual Catholic Appeal
April 3, 2016
$18,851.11
2016 Archdiocesan Annual Catholic Appeal
is in process. The parish 2016 assessment is
$58,000. Please continue to be generous!
J Thank you for your continued support of
Our Lady of the Assumption Parish!
Thank you to all who participate in the ACA!!
CHURCH ENVELOPES
If you use a blue envelope from the back table please
label it with your name and designation. Thank you.
REMINDER
At each entrance there are baskets of
hosts and a ciborium. Before Mass,
please place a host in the ciborium for
each family member receiving Holy Communion.
BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING
Blood Pressure monitoring will be available
at coffee and donuts on the first Sunday of
the month in the gym as well as the 3rd
Sunday in the gathering area of the church.
SPECIAL INTENTION BOOK
A special intention book is available
on the table at the back of the church
for weekend Masses. Please feel free
to write your intentions in the book
before Mass begins.
Rest in Peace
Please Pray for the Repose of the Soul of
Leo Lucero - 4/1/2016
PARISH MINISTRIES
MINISTRY TO THE SICK AND HOMEBOUND:
Within the boundaries of the OLA Parish, we have a
hospital, nursing homes, assisted living centers and
several private care homes, all caring for the needs of
our sick and infirmed. Volunteers are needed to bring
Christ to the many people residing in these facilities.
Commitment can be from 1 hour per month to 2 hours
per week. If interested in this very caring ministry,
leave a message for Deacon Jim Delgado at the
parish office 505-256-9818.
OLA’S GOOD SHEPHERD MINISTRY
Casserole cooking is a simple way to give
of your time and talent. This ministry
provides good, hot meals to our
community’s homeless and hungry men, women and
children. Come to the Parish Office during regular
business hours to pick up recipes and containers.
For more information contact the Parish Office.
RELIGIOUS ARTICLE SALES THIS WEEKEND
Religious Articles will be sold this weekend
after all the Masses in the gathering area.
Please stop by and see what’s available.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY REFLECTION
April 10, 2016
In this Sunday’s Gospel, the disciples in
their struggle finally recognize Jesus
and proclaim “It is the Lord!”
Have you considered answering the
call to “help the poor recognize the
Lord in their life” by joining the Society of
St. Vincent de Paul?
LECTORS: Men, women and youth proclaim God’s
Word as revealed in Scripture. Schedules in this
important ministry usually occur once every 4 to 6
weeks. A class for new Lectors is in the planning, if
you are interested, please contact the Parish Office.
PLEASE REMEMBER: Do not leave purses or
personal items in the pews or visible in your vehicles.
USHERS: Parishioners 18 years of age and older are
needed at all Masses to assist in welcoming and seating the community, assisting during Holy Communion
and taking up the collection. If interested speak with
one of the ushers.
For information on parish ministries please visit our
website at www.olacs.org and view Parish Life.
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LITURGY CORNER
JUBILEE YEAR of MERCY
April 10, 2016
Third Sunday of Easter
How appropriate today’s Gospel for this Jubilee
Year of Mercy, both because of the “breakfast” Jesus
provides (“a charcoal fire with fish on it and bread”)
and the number of fish in Peter’s net (“one hundred
fifty-three”) (John 21:11–12). Of the fish, Saint
Augustine suggests that the roasted fish is the suffering Christ. Saint Gregory the Great adds that Christ
lowered himself to swim in the “water” of our humanity; to be caught in the “net” of our death; to be
“roasted” in his Passion on the fire of suffering. Saint
Jerome claims that “one hundred fifty-three” represents the full number of known species of fish, signifying that the Church’s “net” has room for all our widely
diverse humanity, securing our unity-in-diversity in the
hands of Peter and his successors. Having received
God’s mercy as “the beating heart of the Gospel,”
may the Church—we—“pattern [our] behavior after
the Son of God who went out to everyone without exception” (Misericordiae Vultus, 12).
ANO JUBILAR de la MISERICORDIA
10 de abril de 2016
Tercer Domingo de Pascua
Que tan oportuno el Evangelio de hoy
para este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia, esos detalles
que hay en esta historia: “el desayuno” que Jesús prepara (asa unos pescados en el fuego) y el número de
peces en la red de Pedro (“ciento cincuenta y tres”)
(Juan 21:11-12). Acerca de los pescados, san Agustín
dice “los pescados asados son símbolo de Cristo sufriente”. San Gregorio el Grande también dice: Cristo
mismo bajo a las “aguas” de nuestra humanidad; para
ser atrapado en la ‘red’ de nuestra muerte; para ser
‘asados’ en su Pasión del fuego del sufrimiento”. San
Jerónimo clama que los “ciento cincuenta y tres” representan el número de especies conocidas de peces, significando que la “red” de la Iglesia tiene espacio para
todas las personas, reafirmando nuestra unidad en la
diversidad en las manos de Pedro y sus sucesores.
Habiendo recibido la misericordia de Dios como el
“corazón palpitante del Evangelio”, que la Iglesia —
nosotros— hagamos “suyo el comportamiento del Hijo
de Dios que sale a encontrar a todos, sin excluir ninguno” (Misericordiae Vultus, 12).
REDEMPTION
Do you remember Peter on the night Jesus was
arrested? He claimed he had never heard of Jesus.
Today we are called to join Peter in testifying to the
name of Jesus as he does in the first reading, and in
proclaiming our love for him as Peter does in the
Gospel passage. The powerful imagery of John’s
vision in the second reading from the book of
Revelation shows us the company we keep when
we have faith in the name of Jesus. We join all living
creatures, “countless in number” from “heaven,
earth, under the earth, in the sea; everything in the
universe” (Revelation 5:11, 13). The dignity and
majesty described in each reading are in stark
contrast to the dark and pitiful image of Peter and
the other apostles at the time of Jesus’ arrest, trial,
and crucifixion. What a relief that we can all be
redeemed so completely!
REDIMIDOS
¿Recuerdas a Pedro la noche que arrestaron a
Jesús? Insistía en que nunca había oído de Jesús.
Hoy estamos llamados a unirnos a Pedro en dar testimonio del nombre de Jesús como lo hace en la primera lectura, y a proclamar nuestro amor a él tal como lo hace Pedro en el pasaje del Evangelio. La poderosa imagen de la visión de san Juan en la segunda lectura del libro del Apocalipsis nos enseña la comunidad a la que pertenecemos cuando tenemos fe
en el nombre de Jesús. Nos unimos a todos los seres
vivientes “miles y millones” en “el cielo, sobre la tierra,
debajo de ella y en el mar, y todo lo que hay en
ellos” (Apocalipsis 5:11, 13). La majestad y dignidad
expresadas en cada lectura están en profundo contraste con la oscura y miserable imagen de Pedro y
los otros apóstoles en los momentos en que Jesús
era arrestado, juzgado y crucificado. ¡Qué alivio que
todos podemos ser tan totalmente redimidos!
NECESSARY
Grace is necessary to salvation, free will is equally
LO NECESARIO
so; but grace in order to give salvation, free will in
La gracia es necesaria para la salvación, e igualorder to receive it. —St. Bernard
mente el libre albedrío; pero la gracia da la salvación,
y el libre albedrío la recibe. —San Bernardo
BETTER THAN MIRACLES
Suffering out of love of God is better than working MEJOR QUE MILAGROS
miracles. —St. John of the Cross
Sufrir por amor a Dios es mejor que obrar milagros. —San Juan de la Cruz
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Around the Archdiocese
BIRTHRIGHT VOLUNTEER REQUEST
Birthright, a pro-life crisis pregnancy center, is looking
for volunteers (Bilingual and English speaking).
Volunteers are needed with mentoring clients or
assisting at the front desk. If you are interested please
call 505-262-2235 Monday thru Thursday, 10:00 am
to 3:00 pm or Friday, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
SPANISH TV MASS
In an effort to reach out to our brothers and sisters
whose primary language is Spanish and who are
not able to attend Sunday Mass at their local parishes due to illness, age, or other issues, the Offices
of Hispanic Ministry and Worship and Christian
Initiation offer the transmission of the Spanish TV
Mass, every Sunday at 9am on Telemundo Channel
15 on regular TV, Channel 25 on Direct TV and on
Channels 18 or 199 on Comcast.
CASA ANGELICA 39th ANNUAL LUNCHEON and
FASHION SHOW
Saturday, April 16, 2016; Hotel Albuquerque at Old
Town; 10:00 am - silent auction, raffle, instant win and
no host bar;12 noon - Luncheon; 12:45 pm - fashion
show by Dillard’s. Tickets per person $70 limited
premier seating (adults and children); $60 general
seating, $40 children (nine and under general seating)
RSVP no later than April 8, 2016.
For more information 505-366-3455
ARCHDIOCESE of SANTA FE SOCCER LEAGUE
SUMMER 2016
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe Evangelization and
Youth and Young Adult Ministries is sponsoring their
7th Annual Summer Soccer League for Summer
2016. Teams will be guaranteed weekly games and
tournament experience. For more information or to
register your Jr. and/or Sr. High team call the
coordinator Noé Martinez at 505-573-7955 or call or
email Denise 505-831-8165 or [email protected]
CATHOLIC DEAF CIRCLE RETREAT
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe Office of Pastoral
Outreach will be holding a Catholic Deaf Circle
Retreat on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16,
2016 at Sacred Heart Parish, 309 Stover Ave SW,
Albuquerque, NM 87102. For more information or to
register call Josephine War at 505-831-8174 or email
[email protected]
REFLECTION FOR APRIL 2016
“How are we treating the people of God? I dream of a
church that is a mother and shepherdess. The
church’s ministers must be merciful, take responsibility for the people and accompany them like the Good
Samaritan, who washes, cleans, and raised up
neighbor. This is pure Gospel. God is greater than
sin.” book-365 Daily Meditations with Pope Francis,
p. 69
VAYA CON DIOS: Faith Strengthening Our Hearts
and Gentling the Grief of Loss. This bereavement
support retreat helps us understand loss, and
ARCHDIOCESAN PRE-CANA CLASSES
supports an ongoing connection of love with those we
Weekend for the Engaged in Albuquerque:
have lost. It encourages us to find the grace of
Preparation for Marriage for engaged couples. April
honest reassessment of our purpose, and to rebuild
29-31. To register call the Family Life Office at
our lives after loss. The retreat takes place on
831-8117
Saturday, April 16, 2016, 9 am - 3 pm followed by
Anticipatory Sunday Mass at 3:15 pm. Offering is $40
which includes lunch ($10 non-refundable deposit
MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT WEEKEND FOR
required). To register please call 452-9402 or online
ENGAGED / MARRIED COUPLES
at www.canossianspiritualitycenter.org. The
Nativity
of
the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish is hosting
Canossian Spirituality Center is located at 5625 Isleta
our
annual
Marriage Enrichment Weekend
Blvd. SW, 87105
April 23-24, 2016. Engaged and married couples are
encouraged to join us. The weekend provides quality,
DO YOU LIKE HELPING PEOPLE? The Archdiocese faith-based interaction within our Catholic Community
as we help build stronger marriage bonds to enjoy,
of Santa Fe Ministry Resource Center is in need of
volunteers to staff the library. We have both weekday love and cherish each other for many years. For
more information, please contact Daniel & Liz
and Saturday shifts available. No experience is
necessary - we will train you. Contact Deacon Keith Rodriguez @ (505) 553-0346 or Nat & Connie Garcia
@ (505) 977-9530.
Davis at 831-8187
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