April 19, 2015 - Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church

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April 19, 2015 - Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church
3175 Telegraph Road, Ventura, CA 93003 Phone: (805) 642-7966 Fax: (805) 642-7635 www.olaventura.com
Third Sunday of Easter – April 19, 2015
“Thus it is written
that the Christ
would suffer
and rise
from the dead
on the third day
and that
repentance,
for the
forgiveness
of sins,
would be
preached
in his name
to all
the nations…”
“Esta
escrito
que el Mesías
tenia que padecer
y había
de resucitar
de entre
los muertos
al tercer día,
y que en
su nombre
se había de predicar
a todas
las naciones…”
Luke 24:47
Lucas 24:47
ADMINISTRATOR:
REV. ALEX AMAYUN
ASSOCIATE PASTOR:
REV. Adalberto Blanco
DEACONS:
REV. MR. DAN BOJORQUEZ
REV. MR. MIKE BURNS
REV. MR. RAUL GONZALEZ
REV. MR. DON HUNTLEY
REV. MR. PHIL JOERGER
REV. MR. ED MILLS
REV. MR. CHARLES
WESSLER
SENIOR DEACON:
REV. MR. RODGER ADAMS
SCHEDULE OF MASSES:
Monday - Friday:
6:30 AM, 8:00 AM
5:15 PM (1st Friday) *
Saturday:
8:00 AM, 5:15 PM Vigil
Sunday:
8:00, 9:30, 11:00 AM
12:30 (Spanish Mass)
*5:15 PM
 Adoration & Benediction for 1hr following
1st Friday Mass
CONFESSIONS:
Monday:
8:30 AM
Tuesday: No Confessions
Wednesday: 5:30 PM
Friday: No Confessions
Saturday: 8:30 AM & 4:00 PM
LITURGY OF THE HOURS:
Monday - Saturday before 8AM
Mass
ROSARY:
Monday - Saturday after 8AM
Mass
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
WEDNESDAY 9AM UNTIL SUNDAY
9AM IN ST. JULIE’S CHAPEL
OUR LADY OF THE ASSUMPTION
PARISH SCHOOL:
3169 Telegraph Road
Mrs. Patricia Groff, Principal
School Office: (805) 642-7198
ST. BONAVENTURE HIGH SCHOOL:
3167 Telegraph Road
Mr. Marc Groff, Principal. School
Office: (805) 648-6836
Our Lady of the Assumption Mission Statement
We, as faithful followers of Jesus Christ, create, nurture, and maintain a community of love
through worship, reconciliation, healing, formation, education and service.
Through Word and Eucharist, we seek the wisdom and guidance of the Holy Spirit,
embracing the love of our Creator in each thought, word, and action.
As humble servants of God, we remain faithful to the teachings of the Holy Roman Catholic Church,
waiting in joyful hope for our Lord’s coming.
Declaración de la Misión
Como fieles seguidores de Jesucristo, creamos, fomentamos, y mantenemos una comunidad de amor por
medio de la adoración, la reconciliación, la sanción, la formación, la educación y el servicio. Por medio de
la Palabra y la Eucaristía, buscamos la sabiduría y la guía del Espíritu Santo, abrazando el amor de nuestro
creador en cada pensamiento, palabra y acción. Como humildes servidores de Dios, nos mantenemos fieles
a las enseñanzas de la Santa Iglesia Católica Romana, esperando con gran
esperanza y alegría la venida de nuestro Señor.
Reflexión Semanal
Weekly Reflection
Joyously seeking reconciliation
Gozosamente buscando la reconciliación
Today’s readings and prayers continue last week’s
theme of Reconciliation. In the first reading, Peter invites the early community to repent from their earlier
denial of Christ. He reminds them that if they ask for
forgiveness, “their sins [will] be wiped away.” The responsorial psalm describes the graces God gives to his
children who call upon him, “the light of his countenance will shine upon them, he will put gladness into
their hearts, and [they] will fall peacefully asleep.” In
his letter, John reinforces Peter’s words by reminding
the community that “Jesus Christ, the righteous one,” is
“an Advocate with the Father.” Luke explains Jesus’
role as the advocate when he recounts Jesus’ visit after his resurrection. Jesus walks into the room offering
“Peace.” He shows the disciples that his is indeed a
glorified body and invites them to touch and see,
“because a ghost does not have flesh and bones as
you can see I have.” After he eats he “opens their
minds to understanding the Scriptures.” He exhorts
that “repentance for the forgiveness of sins be
preached in his name to all nations.” All the readings
speak to the power of reconciliation. Jesus knows our
human nature first hand and that we will trip and stumble on our journey of faith. How often do we become
discouraged and crestfallen as we negotiate our daily
lives? Jesus’ Easter gift of the Sacrament of Reconciliation renews and brings
many graces and blessings
that fortify us and provide
us the strength and courage
to pray that, “rejoicing now
in the restored glory of our
adoption, we may look forward in confident hope to
the rejoicing of the day of
resurrection” (The Collect).
Las lecturas y las oraciones de hoy continúan el tema
de la semana pasada sobre la Reconciliación. En la
primera lectura, san Pedro invita a la comunidad a arrepentirse de anteriormente haber rechazado a Cristo.
Les recuerda que si piden perdón, “sus pecados serán
perdonados.” En el Salmo responsorial se describe la
gracia que Dios da a sus hijos quienes le proclaman,
“En paz, Señor, me acuesto y duermo en paz, pues
solo tú, Señor, eres mi tranquilidad.” En su carta, san
Juan da fuerza a las palabras de san Pedro al recordarle a la comunidad que “Jesucristo, el justo” es el
“intercesor ante el Padre.” San Lucas explica el papel
de Jesús como intermediario al describir la visita de
Jesús después de su resurrección. Jesús entra en el
cuarto y ofrece la paz. Les demuestra a los discípulos
que su cuerpo verdaderamente esta glorificado y los
invita a que lo toquen y vean, “Un fantasma no tiene ni
carne ni huesos, como ven que tengo yo.” Después de
comer les “abrió el entendimiento para que comprendieran las Escrituras.” Los exhorta a que en su nombre se
había de “predicar a todas las naciones«la necesidad
de volverse a Dios para el perdón de los pecados.” Todas las lecturas hablan del poder de la reconciliación.
Jesús conoce nuestra naturaleza humana por experiencia y que tropezaremos en nuestra jornada de fe.
¿Cuántas veces nos desilusionamos y nos sentimos sin humor al negociar nuestras vidas diarias? En la Pascua Jesús nos regala el sacramento de la Reconciliación, nos renueva y nos
trae la gracia y las bendiciones que nos fortifican y nos dan la fuerza y el valor de decir en la
Oración Colecta que nos regocijamos en la gloria restaurada por la adopción, y podemos esperar confiados en el regocijo de la resurrección.
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Parish Life
Baptisms
Happy Anniversary
Please pray for the recently baptized as
they begin their journey in the Body of
Christ
Jonathan Ferrer
Paul Oseguera
Alexandra Wiseman
Kirra Crane
Robert & Martha Carreon
58 Years on April 21
Cali Necessary
Isabella Lauderbaugh
Noelle Wiseman
Mia Lauderbaugh
Ted & Lynn Kretschmer
49 Years on April 23
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In Remembrance
Larry & Marsha Batelaan
48 Years on April 8
Please pray for those who have recently
passed away and for their families
Loretta Hernandez
Mike & Barbara Coulson
30 Years on April 20
______________________________________
Mass Intentions
MASS INTENTIONS FOR April 20 — April 26
John & Monica Thomas
13 Years on April 20
Monday, April 20
6:30 Thomas Felix Michalski (D)
8:00 Rebecca B. Jorgensen (D) & Timothy Atkins (D)
Tuesday, April 21
6:30 Ann Julia & Henry Joseph Wibbelmann (D)
8:00 Joaquin Serrano (D) &
Sr. M. Aloysius McNamara (D)
To list anniversary, please email [email protected] by
5pm the Friday of the week before you wish it published. Celebrating your 50th Anniversary (or more)?
Please submit your wedding picture and a current picture for
our bulletin page. Send to [email protected] or dropped
off at the office.
Wednesday, April 22
6:30 Edmond & Ruth Shephard (D) &
Lorraine Boyd (L)
8:00 Julie Skowron (D) & Lily & Jeff Clanton (L)
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Save the Date!!
Parish Appreciation Dinner Friday, June 5, 2015
Thursday, April 23
6:30 Bridget Henningan (L) & Marguerite Homrit (L)
8:00 John Walker (D) & Mary Walker (D)
For everyone who helps make this such a wonderful
parish! More info to come!
Friday, April 24
6:30 Erma Bonilla (D) & Annette McCauley (D)
8:00 Jose Angel Lopez (D) &
Mike & Denise Malloy (L)
Saturday, April 25
8:00 Suzanne Spencer Marin (D)
5:15 Joseph D. McGrath (D) & Philescene Supple (D)
Sunday, Sunday 26
8:00 Delia Cortes (D) & Teodora Sagrado (D)
9:30 Mass for the People & Mary Lee Schier (D)
11:00 Don Danebrock (D) & Antonio &
heresa Moon (D)
12:30 Miguel Gutierrez (D) & Fr. Beto B.D. (L)
5:15 Dolores Aviles (D)
Announcements
Bulletin Deadline May 3 bulletin-due by 5pm April 22 Pulpit Announcement April 26 Masses-Due by
April 22 at noon. Please see directory on pg 9 for where to send information.
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Calendar of Upcoming Events
Date
Event
See Page
April 19
OLA Students selling raffle tickets after all masses
5
April 22
OLA School Liturgy
5
April 23
OLA School Talent Show
5
April 25
OLA School Auction & Dinner-Dance
5
April 26
Second Collection for Many Meals
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Parish News
WELCOME!
BIENVENIDO!
If you are visiting or are joining us for the first time, we are
glad you came! All are welcome at OLA and received with
love. If you are ready to join our parish, we encourage you
to fill out the Registration Form and bring it to the Parish
Office. Registration forms are available at the Parish Office
or on the church website www.olaventura.com If you have
any questions, please come by the Parish Office, the Welcome Table at Friendship Sunday, or call us at 642-7966
Si nos visita o nos acompaña por primera vez, ¡nos da gusto
que este aquí! Todos son bienvenidos a OLA y recibidos con
amor. Si desea ser parte de nuestra parroquia, le recomendamos que llene el Formulario de Registración y lo traiga a la
Oficina Parroquial. Los formularios están disponibles en la
Oficina Parroquial o en la página web de la parroquia,
www.olaventura.com Para cualquier pregunta por favor
pase por la Oficina Parroquial o llámenos al 642-7966
Our Lady of the Assumption Church
Parish Office Hours
Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Horario de la Oficina Parroquial
Monday through Thursday 8:30am to 7:00pm
Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm,
Saturday 8:30am to 12:00pm
Sunday 9:00am to 2:00pm
Lunes a Jueves ~ 8:30am. a 7:00pm
Viernes ~ 8:30am a 5:00pm
Sábado ~ 8:30am a 12:00pm
Domingo ~ 9:00am a 2:00pm
Weekly Offerings
Ofrenda Semanal
Thank you for your continuing support of Our Lady of the
Assumption Parish. For the month of April 2015 our parish budget calls for $22,074.18 to be donated weekly at
the Sunday collection. The collection for Sunday, April
12, 2015 was $20,230.52. This collection is not only used
for operating expenses each week, but also for any ongoing repair work, upgrades, etc. to our parish facility. There
are many ways to contribute; credit card and automatic
debit are available. For more information please contact
Lauren Burns, business manager at 642-7966 ext. 101.
Gracias por su continuo apoyo a la parroquia Nuestra
Señora de la Asunción. Para el mes de enero 2015 el
presupuesto parroquial pide que recaudemos $22,074.18
en la colecta semanal de cada domingo. La colecta para
el domingo, 29 de abril 2015 fue de $22,116.97. Esta
colecta no sólo se utiliza para los gastos operativos de
cada semana, sino también para cualquier trabajo de
reparación, actualizaciones, etc., a las instalaciones de
nuestra parroquia. Hay muchas maneras de contribuir;
tarjeta de crédito y débito automático están disponibles.
Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con
Lauren Burns, gerente de negocios en 642-7966 ext. 101.
Thank you to all who attended our beautiful Easter services. Our Easter Sunday collection was $37,014.75. Our
budget for Easter was $69,224.
Gracias a todos los que asistieron nuestras hermosas
servicios de Semana Santa. Nuestra colección Domingo
de Pascua fue de $ 37,014.75. Nuestro presupuesto para
Pascua fue 69,224 dólares
2015 Together in Mission
Annual Appeal
Apelación Anual 2015Juntos en Misión
Parish Goal: $ 122,600.00
Amount Pledged: $ 98,254.00
Amount Paid: $ 49,096.00
Balance: $ 73,504
Meta Parroquial: $ 122,600.00
Cantidad Prometida: $ 98,254.00
Pagado: $ 49,096.00
Balance: $ 73,504.00
Para más información o para donar por Internet visite
www.OurMissionLA.org
For more information or to donate online please visit
www.OurMissionLA.org.
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Parish News
Religious Education
Thank You!!
Our Lady of the Assumption School
A big thank you to all those who volunteered their time
and talent to both The University Series and Soup Suppers during the busy Lenten season! We are very grateful
to the groups and individuals for welcoming and serving
our guests and making them feel like part of the OLA
family! Much appreciation to OLA Classics, Many Meals
kitchen crew and guest helpers, Confirmation students
and their sponsors and teachers, Living Matrimony,
Men’s Ministry, RCIA, REP, Hispanic Ministry, Children’s choir,
Traci Espinoza and Debi Belknap, Gina Ravenscroft, Kris
Lynch and Ana Miller, Steve
Frantela and everyone else who
jumped in to help out!
We will be having school liturgy on April 22 at 9:30,
please feel free to join us! OLA Schol’s annual talent
show will be held on Thursday, April 23, with lots of great
fun & entertainment! OLA School’s annual dinner/dance
and auction is next Saturday, April 25. This year’s theme
is “Passport to Paradise”, and is
being held at the Mandalay Beach
Resort in Oxnard. Look for our students selling raffle tickets outside Mulcahy Center after all
masses today.
1st prize is a
$2500 American Express gift card!
Also, save
the
date”Msgr Mulcahy Golf Tournament”,
Monday, June 8, 2015 at Saticoy
Country Club. For more info call
Gina Ravenscroft at
805-642-7198.
Don’t forget about “School Cents” ! Parishioners can drop off their receipts to the school office or at
Guest Services in the mall (near
Sears). Our school earns 5 points
per dollar spent.
Safe Environment
Upcoming VIRTUS Awareness Sessions
VIRTUS--Protecting God’s Children
Saturday, May 16, 2015, 2-5 pm in Youth Room
This is the initial VIRTUS training session required for
adults who come into contact with children in their ministries. All adult members of the parish are welcome to
attend.
VIRTUS-KEEPING THE PROMISE ALIVE-Recertification
Program - Saturday, May 30, 2015, 2- 3:30 pm
Santa Cruz Room, Parish Center
This recertification program is required for those whose
initial VIRTUS training was in 2011, or earlier, and who
have not attended a training session since. The program
reviews the 5 steps of an effective program and shows
specific examples of the use of these best practices to
prevent child sexual abuse. . All adult members of the
parish are welcome to attend either session. For questions, call Dea Boehme at (805) 390-1260.
DID YOU KNOW?
Administrative Handbook for the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
For the first time, the Archdiocese has a
Handbook that integrates a wide range of
pre-existing resources, guides, manuals
and other publications to offer a single comprehensive
source of information on archdiocesan administrative
policies and procedures. This new resource also includes Chapter 9, a special section which provides detailed information about all of the Safe Environment policies, procedures, programs, forms and other resources
utilized by the archdiocese of the protection of our children and young people. Go to:
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Sundays at OLA
Nursery - Ages 1-3 years
Located in the Youth Room during 9:30am Mass. Provides babysitting while parents attend Mass.
Sunday School - Ages
3-5 years
Located at OLA School
during 9:30am Mass. Includes lessons/crafts about
church, God, & the Bible.
For more info please contact Jenny Elliot @ 6427966 ext. 124
Liturgy of the Word - Grades 1-5
Begins in church during 9:30 Mass. Children are called
during Mass to process from church to the hall with a
teacher for their own age-appropriate Liturgy of the Word
& discussion of the readings.
REP– Tuesday & Wednesday
Elementary,Gr.1- 5 is
offered on Tuesday and
Wednesday from
4:00pm - 5:15pm
in the OLA School next
to Mulcahy Center. For
more info contact Mari
@ 642-7966 ext. 125
Religious Education
Youth Ministry
Adult Ministries
College Bible Study
Confirmation classes for Year 1 & 2
continue Sunday evenings beginning
with 5:15 p.m. mass. 6th, 7th and 8th
graders are invited to join EDGE Wednesday nights
from 7-8:30 p.m. in Mulcahy Center. For more info contact Roberta Godeck at (805) 642-7966, ext. 121.
RCIA & RCIC Welcome All Our Newly
Baptized & Confirmed
We congratulate and welcome
the 15 newly baptized adult and
youth members of our parish
and the additional 17 adults who
were fully initiated at the Easter
Vigil. The RCIA team thanks
all of the members of OLA
parish who have supported
them through prayers and
other types of support.
Thanks be to God for this
new infusion of life into our
parish!
Liturgical Ministries
Join us on Thursdays from 7-8pm in the
youth room for college age folks. We’ll
have spiritual, stimulating & thought provoking discussions. Hope to see you
there! Contact Joe Yamauchi for more
information at :
[email protected]
Women’s Ministry Bible Study
Our bible study session continues.
Please contact Kati Escallier at [email protected] or 642-7966 ext. 142 for
more information. SAVE the Date: OLA Annual Women's Retreat is Nov. 6-8,2015, at Forest Home in Oak
View.
Spirituality & Fellowship
OLA Book Discussion Group
The next book for the OLA Book Discussion
Group is The Terrorist’s Son: A Story of Choice
by Zak Ebrahim. We will meet to discuss this
book on April 13, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., in the Santa Cruz room. We hope you will read along with
us and join us for the discussion. Future books
are as follows: A Song for Nagasaki: The Story of Takashi Nagai by Paul Glynn-discussion on May 11; and
Journey to the Sun: Junipero Serra’s Dream and the
Founding of California by Gregory Orfalea-discussion on
June 8. For further information please call Mary Ann Bognar at 805-647-0462 or email at [email protected]
Eucharistic Adoration
Thank you
Thank you to everyone who
helped, volunteered, worked,
attended and helped in any
way to
make our Easter
masses & celebration so wonderful. We are truly blessed to have a parish community
like ours. May the blessings of Easter be with you all!
Adult Ministries
2015 University Series a Success
The University Series was a big success at OLA this
year! We welcomed over 500 guests to the 8 sessions
hosted by our parish ( 6 English and 2 Spanish). Thank
you to all who came out to support The University Series
here at OLA and at other parishes in the area during the
2105 Lenten season. We look forward to participating
again next year
St. Julie’s Chapel
Adorers are always welcome. Would you be able
to commit weekly to any of the times listed?
Thursday 1-2pm
Fridays 9-10am
Saturday 12-1pm
Substitute adorers needed midnight to 6am
Contact Mary Ann at 644-2160 or
Elizabeth at 644-8395
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Explore knitting or crocheting as a prayer
experience! Devotions and instruction is
provided at each meeting. Donations of yarn, knitting and
crochet supplies are welcomed and appreciated. Our
next meeting is on Saturday, May. Please call Jan
Parrone at 658-1904 for further information. Or visit
www.shawlministry.com. To request a shawl for
someone in need of prayers, comfort, or in celebration of
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Service & Outreach
Special Collection for Many Meals
Thank You from Food Basket Committee
Many Meals serves our parish family as well as the community as a whole. Guests come each Wednesday for a
hot meal, free of charge, as well as wonderful fellowship.
We serve at College United Methodist Church, 4300
Telegraph Road from 6-7pm. We are currently serving
about 150 guests each week. The program is selfsupporting and thus, relies on our dedicated volunteers
along with both monetary and food donations from our
generous parishioners.
The Holiday Food Basket Committee would like to thank
all who made the 2015 Easter Food Baskets event such a
success. The food and monetary donations that were
received as well as the time from volunteers were vital to
the success of the event, and is truly appreciated. We
were able to assist 660 people
who were in need of help over
the holiday season, all receiving food from our parish.
Thank you all for your contributions, and God bless you for
all your generosity.
Next Sunday, April 26, our Sunday second collection will
be donated to the Many Meals program. These funds
will be used to purchase the things required to provide
the meal each week. This includes purchasing the meat
for the main meal each week as well as food and beverage items that are not donated along with paper products, kitchen supplies, cookware, office supplies, monthly facility rental costs, etc.
Ministerio Hispano
Celebremos los 50 días de Pascua
Es la Pascua, el paso, la victoria
del Señor. Sabemos, por los
Evangelios, que Cristo se apareció
a sus seguidores durante 40 días y
luego ascendió a los cielos.
Pasados 10 días, los primeros
discípulos recibieron el Espíritu Santo. La Iglesia celebra
este acontecimiento con 50 días de fiesta, de canto, de
esperanza. Es el tiempo del "aleluya", del grito que invita
una y otra vez a alabar y dar gracias al Señor, "porque es
eterna su misericordia”. Feliz Pascua de Resurrección!
For more information, please email Diane Frantela at
[email protected] or call (805)
642-7966 ext. 133.
We thank our parishioners for their generosity and continued
support of the Many
Meals ministry
Lo invitamos al taller de formación “La Misa Paso a
Paso y la Belleza del Templo” el Martes 21 de abril
7pm en el salón San Miguel.
Respect Life
The Catholic Church is a Pro-Life Church
from Conception to Natural Death. Resources and contact information can be
found in our directory page under “In the
Community”.
For more information please contact
Patty Berry, Respect Life Parish Coordinator at
642-4928
Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos
¿Es usted un adulto que aún no ha
recibido los sacramentos de Bautismo,
Primera Comunión o Confirmación? ¡El
proceso de RICA lo prepara para recibir
estos
sacramentos!
Para
más
información comuníquese con el Diacono
Raul al 642-7966 ext. 149 o por email
[email protected]
Grief Support Group
This group is open to any adult who
has lost a loved one through death,
whether your loss is recent or many
years old. We invite you to join us to
find support and help in working
through the grief process and transforming your pain into healing. Our
next meeting is Tuesday, April 21.
We meet in the Parish House (21 N,
Dunning St.) from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Entry is down
the driveway, through the gate, in the backdoor and
through the kitchen. You can start with the group any
time. The group is led by Ken Lynch, a Bereavement Minister commissioned through the Los Angeles Archdiocese.
For more information please call Ken's cell at 310 720
9943 or send an email to [email protected]
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Grupo de Oración: Divina Misericordia
Acompáñenos cada primero y tercer lunes a las 7pm en
la Capilla Santa Julia aquí en OLA.
Para más
información comuníquese con el Diacono Raul a
642-7966.
FECHAS:
Abril 20
Mayo 4 y 18
Junio 1 y 15
Julio 13 y 27
Agosto 10 y 24
Septiembre 7 y 21
Octubre 5 y 19
Noviembre 2 y 16
Diciembre 14 y 28
In the Community
Ministerio Hispano
La SB 128
Thank You From The Knights of Columbus
La SB 128 legalizaría el suicidio asistido por un
médico en California. El papa Francisco nos recuerda:
"El mandamiento bíblico es honrar a nuestros
padres esto nos recuerda un sentido más amplio de
nuestro deber de honrar todas las personas de la
tercera edad”. Es hora de tomar acción para proteger
las
personas
de
la
tercera
edad
y
con discapacidades. Visita la página de web: archla.org/
sb128 para obtener más información, póngase en
contacto con su legislador, e involúcrese
The Knights of Columbus of Ventura would like to thank
all parishioners who supported the St. Patrick's event on
March 14, 2015. A total of $9,845 was raised
from the event and all of those funds were
promptly turned over to Catholic Charities of
Ventura. God Blessed the poor.
Seeking Host Families
¿Sabía Usted?
Manual administrativo para la
Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles
La Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles proveerá
por primera vez un manual que reúne una
amplia gama de recursos preexistentes,
guías manuales y otras publicaciones
para ofrecer una fuente completa de
información
sobre
las
políticas
administrativas y procedimientos de la
Arquidiócesis.
Este nuevo recurso
también incluye el capítulo 9, una sección especial que
proporciona información detallada acerca de las políticas
de la iniciativa, Safe Environment, los programas,
procedimientos, formularios y otros recursos utilizados
por la Arquidiócesis, para la protección de nuestros niños
y jóvenes. Para más información, por favor visite: http://
handbook.la-archdiocese.org/chapter-9/section-9-1.
In the Community
SB128
Gphomestay is currently looking for
warm and welcoming host families in
the Ventura County area for the 2015
-2016 school year for international
students attending La Reina, Santa
Clara and Saint Bonaventure high schools. Gphomestay
provides all of our host families with ongoing guidance,
cultural resources, local support and a generous monthly
stipend to ensure a successful hosting experience. For
further information or to sign up today, please visit our
website at www.gphomestay.com!
50th Anniversary
We in St. Nicholas Parish in Laguna Woods are
quite pleased to be able to announce that our
Pastor, Fr. Richard Delahunty, will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of his ordination to the
priesthood later this year. He will be celebrating Mass in
honor of his anniversary on Saturday, May 30 at 4pm and
the Parish will be hosting a reception for him immediately
after Mass. Separate smaller receptions will be held after
each of the Masses on Sunday, May 31. For information
please call Gabriel Ferrucci at (949)837-1090.
Men’s Spiritual Retreat
SB 128 would legalize physicianassisted suicide in CA. Pope Francis
reminds us, "The biblical commandment
to honor our parents reminds us in a
broader sense of our duty to honor all
elderly people." Take action now to protect the elderly and those with disabilities. Visit: archla.org/sb128 to learn
more, contact your legislator, and get
involved.
Serra retreat Center April 24-26, 2015
For more than 60 years, men from our local parishes
have taken time from the overwhelming busyness of life
to go to the tranquil Franciscan setting of Malibu to quiet
their souls and calm their minds. They reflect on the multifold blessings God has bestowed on them. Most men
arrive at approximately 4pm on Friday evening. Dinner is
served from 5-7pm. If you would like to attend, the web
site for packet and info is www.serraretreat.com or
(310)456-6631. Any questions, please contact Jerry
Thomas, 805-647-4898.
Weight Watchers Spring Open House
Saturday, April 25, 2015 9 am the Parish House.
Fun, Food, Prizes—Find out a about a long-term weight
loss and lifestyle management system that really works.
Plus, enjoy the company and support
of other OLA parishioners.
Questions? Contact Dea Boehme at
(805) 390-1260, [email protected]
or our WeightWatchers leader, Lillian,
at (805) 584-0133.
Saint Bonaventure High School Fiesta
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The fiesta will be held on Sunday, May 3rd 2015,
10:00am – 6:00pm on the SBHS Campus located at 3167 Telegraph Road, Ventura. Free Admission · Food · Games · Live Entertainment ·
Rides · Raffle · & more. Fun for all! Headlining this year
will be JUANO & FRIENDS BAND 3:00pm – 6:00pm. For
more information go to www.saintbonaventure.com or
call 805-648-6836 ext. 117.
Parish Directory / Directorío de la Parroquia
Parish Phone Number/Numero de Teléfono de la Parroquia 642-7966
ADULT MINISTRIES
DEPT HEAD: DN DAN BOJORQUEZ, EXT. 146
WOMEN’S MINISTRY: Kati Escallier, ext. 142 or
[email protected]
MEN’S MINISTRY & ADULT CONFIRMATION: DN DAN BOJORQUEZ, EXT.146
LIVING MATRIMONY: Dn Dan Bojorquez ext. 146
Growing in Faith: Terri Rojo, 659-1217
OLA Classics: Mary Kielas, 650-7870
HISPANIC MINISTRIES (MINISTERIO HISPANO):
DEPT HEAD: DN RAUL GONZALES, EXT.149 or [email protected]
Pastoral Council (en Español): Tony Altorre, [email protected]
LITURGICAL MINISTRIES
DEPT HEAD: DN MIKE BURNS, EXT. 145
ALTAR SERVERS: Deryl & Margaret Franzel, 644-5449
[email protected]
END OF LIFE MINISTRY: Mary Ellen Farley, 643-5262
BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY: George and Jan Standing-Roberts, 648-1782
DIRECTOR OF MUSIC: Charlie Kim, ext. 122
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS: Diana Huntley, ext. 123
ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY: Ana Miller, 620-0873
LECTORS: Tim Noonan 290-3720, [email protected]
MARRIAGES: Please contact Father Alex, ext. 106
SACRISTANS: Nikki Noonan 290-2278, [email protected]
USHERS: Larry & Barb Gadbois 320-3819
PARISH INFORMATION
BULLETIN: ext. 128 or [email protected]
BUSINESS MANAGER: Lauren Burns, ext. 101
EVENT COORDINATOR: Diane Frantela ext. 133
FINANCE COUNCIL: Paul Derse, 642-7966
PASTORAL COUNCIL: Dan McGrath, [email protected]
SERVICE & OUTREACH
DEPT HEAD: DN CHARLES WESSLER, EXT. 126
COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND: Parish Office,
FAITH COMMUNITY HEALTH MINISTRY: Debbie Lawry, ext. 154
[email protected] or [email protected]
CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: Rochida McClure, 746-0727
FOOD BASKETS: Jerry Deal, 339-0260
RESPECT LIFE: Patty Berry, 642-4928 or [email protected]
Dea Boehme, [email protected]
Victims Assistance Ministry: Suzanne Healy (213)637-7650
RIDES TO MASS: John Stebbins, 644-4674
MANY MEALS: DIANE FRANTELA EXT. 133
GRIEF SUPPORT: KEN LYNCH (310)720-9943
SPIRITUALITY & FELLOWSHIP
DEPT HEAD: DN PHIL JOERGER, EXT. 148
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Elizabeth Wurts, 644-8395
Mary Ann Decaen, 644-2160
FRIENDSHIP SUNDAY: Dn Phil Joerger ext. 148
INFANT BAPTISM PREP: English: Deacon Phil Joerger, ext.148
S panish: Deacon Raul Gonzalez, ext. 149
MOM’S GROUP: Jeanine Walker, 648-4244
M.O.M.S. MORNINGS: Jamie Kuske, 510-681-4259,
[email protected]
MOTHER’S PRAYER: Lisa O’Brien, 659-5307
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING: Aaron and Lee Ann Sanchez, 650-6734
PARISH PRAYER CHAIN: Juanita Trine, 644-5967,
[email protected]
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY: Jan Parrone, 658-1904
ROSARY MAKERS: Aurora Gonzales, 654-0316
VOCATIONS: Father Alex, ext. 106
WELCOME COMMITTEE: Alton & Virginia Lewis 746-0262
IN THE COMMUNITY
ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN:
FAITH FORMATION
Virgina Dimmick 933-5903
DEPT HEAD: DN DON HUNTLEY, EXT. 147
BOY & CUB SCOUTS: Kathy Ellison, [email protected]
CONFIRMATION:YOUTH: Roberta Godeck, ext. 121 or
CATHOLIC HOMESCHOOLING SUPPORT: Mary Kielas, 650-7870
[email protected]
CATHOLIC CHARITIES: 303 N. VENTURA AVE, 643-4694
Adult: Dn. Dan Bojorquez, ext. 146
CHESS CLUB/CHILDRENS STRING ENSEMBLE: Peter Shuere, 642-9998
Adult (College) Bible Study: Joe Yamauchi,
Defenders of Life: Anna Murphy, 218-3093 or Carol 765-4293
[email protected]
Detention Ministry: Margaret Oberon, 988-1966
ELEMENTARY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: ext.125
FAMILIES OF NAZARETH: Phyllis Crews, 643-5361
MIDDLE (THE EDGE) & HIGH SCHOOL : Patrick Tafoya, ext. 121
HERMITS OF ST. GILES: Mark Andrew Dextraze, 647-9089
NURSERY: ext. 125
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Ron Baldonado, 643-6756
RCIA: Dn. Don Huntley ext. 123 or [email protected]
LIFE CENTERS OF VENTURA CO.: Emily Raab , 486-2721
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN: Dea Boehme [email protected]
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER: Russ & Jeanine Walker, 648-4244
SUNDAY SCHOOL: Jenny Elliott at ext.124 or
RETROUVAILLE REDISCOVERY: Paul & Marisa Montgomery, 642-4023
[email protected]
SECULAR FRANCISCAN: Pauline Riendeau, 339-9446
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY: 642-4104
SACRAMENTAL COMPLIANCE
TENDER LIFE MATERNITY HOME: Karen, 653-7474
DEPT HEAD: DN ED MILLS, EXT. 152
YLI-CATHOLIC WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION: Sylvia Barnes, 667-7234
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