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June 5, 2016 - Catholic Charismatic Center
December 21, 2008
June9,5,2009
2016
August
OCTOBER
26,
2008
Tenth
Sunday
September
2008
August
3,
2008
November
23,
2008
August
22,
2010
November
September
02,
7,28,
2008
2008
In Ordinary Time
October 5, 2008
December 7, 2008
Mission Statement
A Graduates Prayer
Father I have knowledge, so, will You
show me now how to use it wisely?
And find a way somehow to make the
world I live in a little better place.
And make life with it’s problems a
little bit easier to face.
Grant me faith and courage and put
purpose in my days. And show me
how to serve in effective ways, so my
education, my knowledge and my skill
may find their true fulfillment as I
learn to do Thy will. And may I ever
be aware in everything I do, that
knowledge comes from learning, and
Wisdom comes from You, amen.
“In all your ways be mindful of Him, and
He will make straight your paths.”
Proverbs 3:5
SAVE THE DATES
Men’s Meeting
Mass For Life
Every
Sat.
Every
Sat.
6:00 am
8:30 am
DIG for TEENS
Every
Wed.
7:00 pm
Living in the Spirit
Discipleship
June 7
7:30 pm
St. Teresa of Avila Retreat
June 11
8:30 am
Vacation Bible School
June 14
8:30 am
Campana de Sanacion
Integral
18 y 19
de Junio
9:00 am
Faith in the Fire Retreat
June 25
& 26
9:00 am
Operacion LIo
25 de
Junio
7:00 pm
OFFICE, STAFF, MASS, & RECONCILIATION INFORMATION
MAILING ADDRESS:
1949 Cullen Blvd., Houston, Texas 77023
P.O. Box 230287, Houston, Texas 77223
Off: (713) 236-9977
Fax: (713) 236-0073
Web Page: www.cccgh.com
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday ......................Closed
Tuesday .....................9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Wednesday ................9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Thursday ....................9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday .........................9:00 am to 4:00 pm
PASTORAL STAFF:
Rev. Mark Goring, CC, Director ................ Ext. 11
Rev. Francis Frankovich, CC, Assoc. Dir.. Ext. 14
Rev. David Bergeron, CC, Assoc. Dir........ Ext. 15
Director Emeritus: Rev. Richard Paulissen, M.M.
[email protected]
OFFICE STAFF:
Alicia Driscoll, Assistant to Administrator………….....… Ext. 32
Aleida Hinojosa, Administrative Assistant to Director….. Ext. 18
Jennifer Benitez, Receptionist……………………………. Ext. 10
Ann Martinez, English Ministry…………….…..…………. Ext. 16
Joe Lopez, Security/Maintenance……………….…….… Ext. 27
Gloria Morales, Hispanic Ministry Assistant……….…... Ext. 23
José Molina, Security/Maintenance………………….… Ext. 27
Margaret Colunga, Data Management………..…...…….. Ext. 19
Mela Gutierrez, Bookstore Assistant…………………….. Ext. 20
Noris Redondo, Hispanic Ministry Coordinator…......… Ext. 23
Skip Davey, Administrator…………..………….……….…. Ext. 31
Teresa Valadez, Bookstore Manager……………………… Ext. 20
MARRIAGE & ANNULMENTS PREPARATION:
Deacon Michael Garcia…...…………………………………….Ext. 12
DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION:
Fr. David Bergeron…………………………………..……..…..Ext. 15
ENGLISH MINISTRY:
Ann Martinez, Coordinator ……………………………... Ext. 16
HISPANIC MINISTRY:
Noris Redondo, Coordinator………………………….…... Ext. 23
Gloria Morales, Assistant….………………………….…... Ext. 23
BOOKSTORE HOURS
Tuesday……..10:45 am
Wednesday….10:45 am
Thursday….… 5:30 pm
Friday……….10:45 am
-
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
7:30 pm Not open after Mass
2:00 pm and 6:00-8:00pm
Sunday………12 Noon - 1:30pm After Mass Only
Prayer Intentions
Conchita Bruno, Mary A. Heusner, Jackie Lyons, Omar Eduardo Pena,
Adam Sanchez, Danette Sibly, Michelle Burciaga, Telma Ferrari, Gus
Kemp, Matilda & Robert Gonzales, Nora Elizondo, Ruben Granados,
Vincent DeFatta, Chris & Marco Lopez, Carmen Velasco, Adrianna
Lopez, Edgar Lopez, Dawn Peters, Victorio Rangel, Pam Winkler, Sandi & Bobbi Embesi, Kathy Ricks, Humberto Isassi III, Jane Woodring,
Jesse Flores, Monica Guerrero, Alyssa Martinez, Gloria Castro, Dorita
Martinez, Victor Villarreal, Suzanne Elizondo, Joshua Castro, Monica
Garcia, Preston Lewis, Flor Vasquez, Michelle Mancias, Rudy Reyna,
Catalina Rivera, Mack Arevalo, Javier Lazo, Elsie Cobb, Joe Flores,
Mary Hood, Benjamin Thomas, Rudy Terrazas, Deacon Gerald DuPont,
Jesus Lopez, Elijah Mondragon, Abraham Flores, Mary & Jesse
Cordero, Barbara Ryan, Virginia Gonzalez, Sandra Longoria, Alyssa
Hernandez, Rita Ochoa, Linda McKnight, Roger & Martha Sherman
In Memoriam
† Mayia Uresti † Victor Trevino † Deacon Leo Moreno
REGULARLY SCHEDULED MASS AND EVENTS
♦MONDAY: Center and Offices Closed
♦TUESDAY: 12:00 Noon - English MASS / Chapel
♦WEDNESDAY: 12:00 Noon-Spanish Mass / Main Sanctuary
Prayer teams are available after Asamblea
7:00 - 9:00 pm - Women’s Bible Study, Room 120
♦THURSDAY: 6:00 - 7:00 pm - Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel
6:30 - 7:00 pm - Rosary before Mass - Main Sanctuary
7:20 - 7:30 pm - Praise & Worship-Main Sanctuary
7:30 pm - MASS
1st Thursday of each Month before Mass
Blessing of the Salt, Water and Oil.
♦ FRIDAY: 12:00 Noon - English MASS—Chapel
8:00 pm Spanish Mass
♦SATURDAY: Scheduled Events
6:00am Fishers of Men Prayer Group—Room 111
8:30am Mass for Life/Chapel
♦SUNDAY: 9:00 am - 9:45 am - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
9:30 am - 10:00 am - Liturgy of the Hours (Chapel)
10:00 am - 10:30 am - Praise & Worship Main Sanctuary
10:30 am - MASS
Nigerian Mass: 2nd Sunday 1:00 pm in Main Sanctuary
Fellowship upstairs in fellowship hall after Mass
Vietnamese Mass every 4th Sunday at 3:00 pm rm. 111
♦SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Please call the office for appointment.
♦SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Sunday……….. 9:30 am - 10:20 am
Wednesday…...11:00 am - 11:50 am
Thursday……... 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm
Friday…………..6:30 pm - 7:50 pm
or by appointment
New Member Orientation: Please register online at
www.cccgh.com or call 713-236-9977 ext. 16
Join us @ 6:45 pm in the
Sanctuary to pray the
Holy Rosary Every Thursday
Evening before Mass
MASS FOR LIFE
Every Saturday 8:30 am
Followed by a Rosary at Planned
Parenthood 4600 Gulf Freeway
Readings for the Week of June 5, 2016
Monday: 1 Kgs 17:1-6; Ps 121:1bc-8; Mt 5:1-12
Tuesday: 1 Kgs 17:7-16; Ps 4:2-5, 7b-8; Mt 5:13-16
Wednesday: 1 Kgs 18:20-39; Ps 16:1b-2ab, 4, 5ab, 8, 11; Mt 5:17-19
Thursday: 1 Kgs 18:41-46; Ps 65:10-13; Mt 5:20-26
Friday: 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16; Ps 27:7-9abc, 13-14; Mt 5:27-32
Saturday: Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Ps 16:1b-2a, 5, 7-10; Mt 5:33-37
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: St. Norbert
Thursday: St. Ephrem; Julian Calendar Ascension
Saturday: St. Barnabas;
THIS WEEK AT THE CENTER…..
TENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
JUNE 5, 2016
DAILY PRAYER FOR HURRICANE SEASON
Dear God, our Father, Creator of the Universe
and
Lord over all creation.
We humbly stand before you as your children
and
ask that you keep us safe from all hurricanes
which may threaten us.
Protect us from all fear and anxiety of storms and
give us an ardent trust and hope in Your Love
and
Mercy.
You alone have the power to command the sea,
the wind and the rain.
You alone bring peace, calm and safety.
Father, we thank you in advance, for you are our
only Refuge.
We ask this through Christ, Your Son,
Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy
Spirit,
One God, forever and ever, amen
Mother Mary, Star of the Sea, pray for us.
Hurricane Season is from
June 1 - November 30, 2016
Lk.7:14
www.cccgh.com
ENGLISH MINISTRY, YOUTH AND FORMATION NEWS
www.cccgh.com
Breaking Bread Homeless Ministries
News From The Streets…
Healing
By Mary Martha Primerano
Today we spotted Wendell Right (not his real name) lying on
the ground next to a gas station located off I-45 and Scott
Street. He could barely raise his head and speak to us. Wendell began to explain that he is not really homeless, but has a
praying wife and a home in Katy, Texas. Every once in a while
he’ll binge on drugs, and today was one of those days. We
found him (for the second time) in great pain. As he spoke he
began to hold his chest, and cry out to God explaining that he
did not want to die like this. After prayer we suggested that
he go home, and to once and for all turn his back to drugs. He
agreed, but asked for additional prayer and strength to say
no!! The team prayed, and once we finished he said “this is
bizarre!! My chest pain is gone”. He jumped up and began to
praise God and explain that he was going home. We told him
we never want to see him on the streets again, and look forward to a great reunion with him in heaven. What a wonderful
thing it is to witness God’s healing touch on the streets.
If interested in volunteering please contact:
Walt Primerano 713.661.7167 or
[email protected]
“Charm is deceptive and beauty fleeting; the woman who
fears the Lord is to be praised.” Proverbs 31:30.
WOMEN’S CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP!
Note, Time Change & Room Change,
W.O.W. Meeting
2nd Friday
June 10, 2016,
7:00-9:00pm, Room 111,
Talk on book, Forgiving from the Heart
by Fr. Francis A. Frankovich, C.C.
Please Bring Your Bible! All Ladies Welcomed!
W.O.W. Outreach:
Our friends on the street need God!!!
Jo Oddo (6/5)
Briana Torres (6/5)
Braya Villanueva (6/7)
John-Paul Castro (6/7)
Ben Novosad (6/7)
Julian Cordoza (6/7)
Ricky Martinez (6/8)
Edwin Mendez (6/8)
John Medina (6/8)
Martha Washington (6/9)
Jazlyn Lozano (6/9)
Stephen D’Souza (6/10)
Fortuno De León (6/11
Every 4th Saturday
June 25th
5:00 -7:00 pm.,
Prayer and Fasting Against Human Trafficking
at 4300 Telephone Rd. Houston TX.
Adults & Teenagers 15yrs. and up with Adult Supervision!
For more information [email protected]
STEWARDSHIP REPORT
Sunday May 29, 2016
$11,513.00
Weekly Budget: $12,000.00
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
GENEROUS SUPPORT!
UPCOMING EVENTS, RETREATS at THE CCC, AROUND THE ARCHDIOCESE AND MORE
VBS
S u p p o r t G ro u p
Maria Goretti Support Group
For those afflicted with any
type of abuse whether
physical, sexual, emotional, verbal,
or mental.
Meetings, on the third (3rd)
Monday of the month.
Where: Cathedral Center
1701 San Jacinto St. 77002
For more information:
www.mgoretti.org or call
713-851-3708
Next meeting: June 20, 2016
C a t h o l i c R a d io !
KSHJ 1430 AM –
Catholic Radio in English
in Houston, TX. Tune in for in-
Registration begins May 30 & will
close when all spots are filled
To Register please email
Claudia at [email protected]
June FIF
telligent talk, catechesis, apologetics, a Catholic perspective on news
and current events, great fun, and lots of advice on living the faith in our relationships and
sharing the faith with our friends and family.
Listen on air at AM 1430, online at
GRNonline.com, or on your mobile device
both IOS and Android.
Entrusting you to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
F a m i l y L i f e M i n i s tr y
Do you Know a Couple that is Having a
Challenging Situation in their
Relationship and NEED
HELP?!?!
We may be able to coach you as a
couple. We offer enrichment sessions,
consulting and mentoring for married
couples experiencing some crisis or challenges in
their relationship. For more
detailed information please contact the office of
Family Life Ministry at 713-741-8711.
J o b T r a in in g
Register Sundays after Mass
or online at: www.cccgh.com
PAGINA 6
DOMINGO X, TIEMPO ORDINARIO, CICLO C.
5 DE JUNIO DEL 2016
“TÚ ERES SACERDOTE ETERNO, SEGÚN EL RITO DE MELQUISEDEC”
tres: sin sustento, sin defensa, sin futuro, sin alegría, sin
"Te ensalzaré, Señor, porque
me has librado"
amor. El milagro que realiza Cristo, al resucitar a este
joven de Naím, es entonces mucho más que un portento inmenso. Es además un acto de compasión entrañable y sobre todo: una señal de lo que significa su
oferta de salvación. En efecto, sin Cristo la humanidad
se vuelve como esa mujer: infecunda, indefensa, sin esperanza ni amor. Por eso también nosotros necesitamos
que la recia voz del Nazareno levante a la nueva generación, que a veces parece estar ya en brazos de la
muerte.
Fr. Nelson Medina, O.P.
Instituto de los Padres de Schoenstatt
Mira, tu hijo está vivo
La muerte en la flor de la vida. Toda muerte impacta
pero no cabe duda que la muerte de los jóvenes resulta
particularmente dolorosa porque contradice el curso
más natural de las cosas. La mujer viuda de la Primera
Lectura se estrella contra el absurdo de una muerte
así, la de su hijo, y trata de encontrar sentido relacionando lo que Dios le
hace con lo que ella le ha hecho a Dios. La imagen de
Dios que ella tiene es la de un vengador, o por lo menos, la de uno que paga con la misma moneda. El profeta no discute con el dolor de ella. No le corrige la teología vengativa con palabras sino con un acto de ternura y de poder. No sólo se restaura la vida en aquel niño
o joven, sino que se restaura y purifica la fe de la madre.
A veces la mejor respuesta no es una teoría sino un
acto, un hecho. Sin defensa y sin sustento. El cuadro
que nos presenta el Evangelio es aún más doloroso en
la escena inicial. Esta vez no sólo se trata de un joven
que ha fallecido sino que es el único hijo, y la madre es
viuda. En una sociedad como aquella, eso significa que
en esa mujer se juntaban todas las pérdidas y desas-
PAGINA 7
5 DE JUNIO DEL 2016
ACTIVIDADES Y EVENTOS DE LA COMUNIDAD HISPANA
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: 1 Re 17:1-6; Sal 121 (120):1bc-8; Mt 5:1-12
Martes: 1 Re 17:7-16; Sal 4:2-5, 7b-8; Mt 5:13-16
Miércoles:
1 Re 18:20-39; Sal 16 (15):1b-2ab, 4, 5ab,
8, 11; Mt 5:17-19
Jueves: 1 Re 18:41-46; Sal 65 (64):10-13; Mt 5:20-26
Viernes: 1 Re 19:9a, 11-16; Sal 27 (26):7-9abc, 13-14;
Mt 5:27-32
Sábado: Hch 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Sal 16 (15):1b-2a, 5,
7-10; Mt 5:33-37
Domingo:
2 Sm 12:7-10, 13; Sal 32 (31):1-2, 5, 7, 11;
Gal 2:16, 19-21; Lc 7:36 — 8:3 [7:36-50]
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