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st. aloysius of gonzaga - John Patrick Publishing Company
ST. ALOYSIUS OF GONZAGA
St. Louis Church
48 West Hollis Street
Nashua, N.H. 03060
Phone: 603-882-4362 * Fax: 603-886-8923
www.stlouisnashua.org
A COMMUNITY OF WORD, WORSHIP, FELLOWSHIP AND SERVICE IN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC TRADITION
Rev. Marcos Gonzalez-Torres .....................
[email protected]
Richard Desmarais ......................................
[email protected]
Pastor
Deacon
Closed on Fridays
Parish Council Members:
Linda Paradise, Carmel Pawlowski,
Jhoanny Marte, Karen Deoleo, Rolande Suchocki,
Eileen McInerney, Ivette Bisono & Julio Munguia
Finance Council Members:
Mrs. Rolande Suchocki - Chairperson,
Mr. Douglas Pratt, Mrs. Denise Barnett , Mr. Raúl Ramírez
Faith Formation Team:
Elia Lerma ....................................................
[email protected]
Mónica Quiñones .........................................
[email protected]
Ryan Bilodeau ..............................................
[email protected]
Wendy Ramírez .............................................
[email protected]
Carmen Dussault ..........................................
[email protected]
Office Staff:
Jennifer McInerney .......................................
[email protected]
Amy Buckmire ...............................................
[email protected]
Cemetery Office:
Elizabeth Klamka..........................................
603-886-1302
[email protected]
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday – Thursday 9am – 4pm
Faith Formation
Coordinator
Youth Minister
Bulletin &
Social Media
Confirmation
Coordinator
Adult Ministry
Pastoral care
Business Manager
Administrative
Assistant
St. Louis,
Old St. Louis,
St. Francis,
St. Stanislaus
MASS SCHEDULE:
Weekdays:
Monday- Friday: 8:30am (English)
Wednesday: 7:00pm (Español)
Weekends:
Saturday: 4:00pm (English) - 6:00pm (Español)
Sunday: 9:00am (Français & English) -11:00am (English)
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
In the Church
Saturday: 3:00pm (English & Spanish)
Wednesday: 6:00pm - 6:45pm & by appointment
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Wednesdays at St. Aloysius Church
from 9a.m. to 7p.m. (If there is a Funeral Mass,
adoration will commence after Mass.)
Closed if no school
NH CATHOLIC CHARITIES:
261 Lake St. Nashua, NH 03060 * 603-889-9431
www.nh-cc.org
CORPUS CHRISTI FOOD PANTRY:
Contact: Susan Dignan * 603-882-6372
Emergency Assistance: 603-598-1641
Welcome to our Church family! We’re glad you came to join with us in our worship time today. We hope you come again!
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, September 25th, 2016
26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
"'My child, remember that you received what was good
during your lifetime while Lazarus likewise received
what was bad.'" Today's Gospel reading is Jesus' parable
about a "rich man," whose name we do not know, and a
"poor man," named Lazarus. The story shows both men
after death, the rich man in torment, and Lazarus
enjoying the comfort that he was deprived of during his
earthly life.
It's important to understand that this teaching does not
imply that having wealth leads to eternal punishment.
Rather, we look at how the rich man USED his wealth
and see there the cause of the problem. As Jesus says,
this man "dressed in purple garments and fine linen and
dined sumptuously each day." Clearly, he had abundant
wealth and focused it all upon serving himself. To
further the accusation against him, all the while "lying at
his door was a poor man ... who would gladly have eaten
his fill of the scraps that fell from the rich man's table."
But the rich man paid Lazarus no heed, and THIS is why
he now suffers. Because he would not deign to "suffer"
at all during his life by sharing his linen clothing or
feeding his poor neighbor covered with sores.
This selfishness became the rich man's
SELF-condemnation. He put himself in torment because
he blatantly disobeyed God's law to love his neighbor.
This challenging parable urges us to examine our own
behavior and ask how WE use our wealth--whatever
size our bank account may be. Are we willing to assist
our neighbors in need? Or do we walk by the poor,
excusing our own comfort? Let us heed Christ's warning
today that such earthly comforts are, in the long run,
short-lived.
Ministry News… It takes a parish...
Finance Council Member Needed
Are you savvy when it comes to financial matters?
Do you have knowledge of business processes and/or
experience reviewing financial reports and analyzing budgets
and expenditures?
Our finance committee is a group of volunteers who play a
critical role in advising and guiding the pastor as he strives to
make the best, informed financial decisions for the parish.
This committee reviews the income and expenses of the
parish monthly, advises on matters of the budget, planning and
the “nitty gritty” of running a parish. In some ways a parish is
a very unique entity with ministry-related goals and concerns,
while, at the same time, it operates much like other businesses
with daily concerns about overhead, costs and management.
We would be excited to put your distinct knowledge and
experience to use to help your parish. This committee meets
once a month from September to June. Interested individuals
should contact the rectory for additional information at
603-882-4362.
Lk 16:25
"Abraham replied, 'My child, remember that
you received what was good during your
lifetime while Lazarus likewise received what
was bad; but now he is comforted here,
whereas you are tormented.'"
RCIA
If you are interested in becoming Catholic, or if you, as
a Catholic, would like to join our RCIA team in this
fulfilling mission, please contact Deacon Rick to find
out more. You may leave a message for him by calling
the rectory office at 882-4362 or send him an email at
[email protected]
Parish Council Member Needed
We are currently seeking a new member for our Parish
Pastoral Council. We, as a parish, count on this group of
parishioners, to be the voice of the parish and advise our
pastor on a wide variety of subjects, including liturgy, special
events, parishioner concerns and much more. It is a great way
serve the parish and your fellow parishioners. Meetings are
held once a month in the evening, on the 2nd Tuesday of the
month, from September to June. If you are interested in
joining this committee, please call the rectory office at
603-882-4362.
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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sunday, September 25th, 2016
Weddings
Mass Intentions:
Diocesan policy states that the couple should contact the parish
priest at least six months prior to the wedding before making any
arrangements. Please call the rectory for further information.
Monday, September 26th, 2016
Baptisms
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
For catechesis and preparation information please contact the
office by phone or by email at [email protected]
We are looking for…
Volunteers - Confirmation Program
Please consider helping out with our Confirmation program this
year! This group of teens meets 6 times throughout the year and
attends mass as part of the session. Explore our faith with our
teens and be a teacher and guide on this very important part of
their spiritual journey. If you can help please contact Ryan
Bilodeau at:
[email protected]
8:30am - All souls
8:30am - All Souls
Carol Siergiewicz
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
8:30am - Irene Bondonis by Dianne, Dan, and Bill
7:00pm - Por todos nuestros feligreses
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
8:30am - Angela Cardona
Friday, September 30th, 2016
8:30am - All Souls
Saturday, October 1st, 2016
4:00pm - Joseph Arsenault by his wife
Roland Petit by Jackie and the Petit Family
Normand J. Labrie by Viviane Labrie and
Children
6:00pm - Julia Sanchez (1st Anniversary)
Por un año mas de vida de Tere Cardona
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
Readings for the Week of September 25, 2016
Sunday:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Next Sunday:
Am 6:1a, 4-7/Ps 146:7-10/1 Tm 6:11-16/Lk
16:19-31
Jb 1:6-22/Ps 17:1-3, 6-7/Lk 9:46-50
Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23/Ps 88:2-8/Lk 9:51-56
Jb 9:1-12, 14-16/Ps 88:10-15/Lk 9:57-62
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14 or Rv 12:7-12a/Ps 138:1-5/Jn
1:47-51
Jb 38:1, 12-21; 40:3-5/Ps 139:1-3, 7-10, 13-14/
Lk 10:13-16
Jb 42:1-3, 5-6, 12-17/Ps 119:66, 71, 75, 91,
125, 130/Lk 10:17-24
Hb 1:2-3; 2:2-4/Ps 95:1-2, 6-9/2 Tm 1:6-8, 1314/Lk 17:5-10
©Liturgical Publications Inc.
9:00am - Jeannine Desmarais by Dorothy Garon
Sylvio and Elizabeth St. Amour by their
daughter
Anne McGadden by her family
Adrien Ouellet by Robert and Francyne
Rodrigue
11:00am - Raymond Laquerre by Mr. and Mrs.
Falkowski
Donald Ravenelle by his family
Anne T. McGadden by her family (13th
Anniversary)
Jeannine Desmarais by Terry and Sue
Pelletier
Sanctuary Lamp:
Church: For all our parishioners
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St. Louis Church
The Week Ahead:
Monday, September 26th, 2016
7:55am - 8:20am: Rosary for the unborn (Church)
8:30am: Mass
5:45pm-7:00pm: Faith Formation Gr 1-5 Milette Manor
6:00pm-6:50pm: Faith Formation Parent Meeting in the
Church Hall
6:30pm- 7:30pm: Cub Scouts Meeting in Milette Manor
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
7:55am - 8:20am: Rosary for the unborn (Church)
8:30am: Mass
5:45pm-7:00pm: Faith Formation Gr 1-5 Milette Manor
6:00pm-6:50pm: Faith Formation Parent Meeting in the
Church Hall
7:00pm: Daughters of Isabella Meeting in the Chruch Hall
6:00pm: Spanish Choir Practice (Pan y Vino)
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
7:55am - 8:20am: Rosary for the unborn (Church)
8:30am: Mass
9:00am– 6:20pm: Eucharistic Adoration in the Church
7:00pm: Mass in Spanish
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
7:55am - 8:20am: Rosary for the unborn (Church)
8:30am: Mass
9:00am- 10:30am: Catholicism Class in Milette Manor
(Morning Session)
5:30pm- 7:00pm: RCIC Class in Milette Manor
6:30pm- 8:30pm: Bible Study (in Spanish) in Milette Manor
7:00pm- 8:30pm: Catholicism Class in Milette Manor
(Evening Session)
Friday, September 30th, 2016
**Cemetery & Rectory Offices Closed**
7:55am - 8:20am: Rosary for the unborn (Church)
8:30am: Mass
6:00pm- 7:30pm: Charismatic Group Meeting in the Church
6:30pm- 8:00pm: EDGE Night in the Church Hall
6:30pm- 8:30pm: Bible Study (in Spanish) in Milette Manor
7:30pm: Spanish Choir Practice (Voces del Señor)
Saturday, October 1st, 2016
4:00pm-:Mass (English)
4:00pm- 6:00pm: Adult Confirmation Class (In Spanish)
6:00pm: Mass (Spanish)
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
9:00am: Mass (French/English Mass)
9:00am- 12:00pm: Bible Study (in Spanish) in Milette Manor
11:00am: Mass (English)
6:30pm- 8:00pm: LifeTeen Meeting in the Church Hall
Booster Club News
Last week’s winner was Rita Cloutier. The
winner received $43.00 and the church received
$65.00. Thank you to those who participate each
week. This is a great fundraiser for our parish. There
are envelopes at each entrance of the church. Pick up
an envelope or two and take a chance. The winner
receives 40% of the amount collected and the parish
receives 60%.
Your Weekly Contributions
September 17th and 18th
Offertory:
Loose:
Total:
Property Management
$3,290.00
$2,335.72
$5,625.72
$123.00
Thank you for all of the ways you so
generously support our parish! May you be
richly blessed for all that you do.
NH Diocesan Priest Retirement Fund
During all masses this weekend, you will have a
chance to give back to dozens of diocesan priests by
supporting the Priests Retirement Trust Fund. These
priests have each given many years, often forty or
more, in service to God and the Catholic
communities of New Hampshire. Last year was the
eighth annual collection for this fund and, despite an
ongoing difficult economy, parishioners gave
generously. However the need continues this year.
Currently we have 48 priests who are supported by
this fund. When you contribute to the Priests
Retirement Trust Fund, your gift will go towards
helping current and future retired priests. We also ask
you to prayerfully consider giving more than a
one-time offering though pledged or planned giving.
For
more
information
please
visit
www.catholicnh.org/ourpriests.
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St. Aloysius Parish
4 Days Left!
Faith Formation Registrations
Sponsor of the Week
Melanie M Chaput Attorney at Law
If you would like your child to attend any one of our
Faith Formation classes this year, please be sure to
register by September 29th.
Melanie Chaput is an experienced immigration attorney
who can assist you with any immigration related matter.
Divorce/Child Custody. She specializes in Immigration
and Divorce/Child Custody cases. Melanie Chaput can
help you figure out the complex court system, assist you
in mediating your case, and help you come up with the
best solutions for your family.
We are located at 74 Northeastern Blvd., Suite 20B
Nashua NH 03062. For more information visit http://
chaputlawoffice.com, call us at (603) 883-0085, or
send us and email at [email protected]
No additional registrations will be accepted after
this date.
To obtain more information regarding any of our
programs please visit or call the rectory.
Confirmation Program
Our next Confirmation Seminar will be on Sunday, October 23,
2016. Students must arrive between 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.
Sessions include mass and lunch and wrap up between
12:45p.m. and 1:00 p.m. The additional four sessions will take
place on the following days:
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Sunday, March 19, 2017
A new engaging program from Dynamic Catholic will be used
to reinforce important faith concepts and invite the students to
examine what role their relationship with God has in their lives.
For more information please contact Ryan Bilodeau by email,
[email protected] or phone 882-4362 ext.232.
Immaculate Conception Parish
Invites you to
– PARISH MISSION –
Crop Hunger Walk - October 30
The Greater Nashua Area Crop Hunger Walk has
taken place each fall in Nashua for 32 years. Over those
years we have raised well over 1 million dollars for
hunger
and
poverty
relief
locally and
world-wide.Monies raised primarily go to Church
World Service for their work internationally and in the
US, but 25% stays locally to support the Nashua Soup
Kitchen, the local Salvation Army, the Corpus Christie
Food Pantry and the St John Neumann Food Pantry.
For details about this year’s Nashua Crop Hunger
Walk, visit www.nashuacropwalk.blogspot.com. After
the walk, which is 4.2 miles and starts mid-day on
October 30, join our BBQ meal and celebration with
music from the Raymond St Klezmer band and local
choirs from several faith communities! Any questions,
you
can
contact
Becky
Green
at
[email protected]
October 17, 18, 19, & 20 (Mon – Thurs) 7PM – 9 PM
216 E Dunstable Rd, Nashua, NH 03062
Word on Fire- Catholicism
Come explore with us...
Join us as we welcome Father Larry Richards, a gifted
speaker, dynamic teacher and retreat master.
Father Larry Richards is a charismatic teacher, preacher and
retreat master, as well as a gifted speaker. He has directed
hundreds of youth retreats and many Parish Missions.
Fr. Larry Richards will speak about:
Monday: God’s Love and Prayer
Tuesday: Love of Others Done in the context of a Mass
Wednesday: Passion of Christ and the Need for
Confession Followed confessions
Thursday: Adoration and Healing
– Child Care Will Be Available Upon Request– For more
information please contact Eileen Bowes at the Parish Office
(603) 888-0321.
Catholicism is a groundbreaking documentary film
series and multi-media study program created and
hosted by Bishop Robert Barron. This program takes
viewers around the world and deep into the Faith as it
illustrates the truth, goodness, and beauty of the
Catholic Faith in an epic media experience, spanning
over 50 locations in 15 countries.
Meetings take place on Thursdays in Milette Manor.
You may choose to attend either the 9a.m. session or
the 7p.m. session, depending on your schedule.
Each one of our weekly meetings is based on the
Catholicism Film Series and includes time for a group
discussion and light refreshments. For more
information, please contact Wendy Ramirez, at
[email protected]
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Parroquia San Luis de Gonzaga
26º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Esta misa es ofrecida:
En este domingo como en el pasado el lenguaje de
Amós suena claro y directo para las personas que
disfrutaban de las comodidades de sus bienes materiales,
sin pensar, mucho menos compartir, con los oprimidos.
Recordemos que en tiempos del profeta Amós se vivían
tiempos prósperos pero las riquezas las controlaban unos
pocos. Por lo tanto la pobreza abundaba. A pesar de las
circunstancias la voz del profeta anuncia esperanza -Dios actuará en favor de los oprimidos, los injustos
recibirán las consecuencias de sus actos: "¡Ay de ustedes,
los que se sienten seguros en Sión y los que ponen su
confianza en el monte sagrado de Samaria!" (Am 6, 1).
Este texto está basado en la destrucción de Samaria en el
año 722 a.c. y a la deportación que se llevó a cabo.
Por consecuencia la parábola de hoy nos habla
directamente a tomar una actitud de conversión. El
poseer riquezas no es malo sino lo malo es el apego a
ellas. Solo existen dos caminos, el que lleva a la vida y el
que lleva a la perdición. Jesús lo explica mejor cuando
hace mención de las bienaventuranzas. "Dichosos
ustedes los pobres, porque de ustedes es el Reino de
Dios" (Lc 6, 20). Y en el mismo pasaje nos dice. "Pero,
¡ay de ustedes, los ricos, porque ya tienen ahora su
consuelo!" (Lc 6, 24). El Evangelio nos indica en todo
momento el modo de vivir practicando la justicia,
haciéndolo seremos misericordiosos. ¡Eso es lo que Dios
espera de nosotros día a día! ¿A quién represento en mi
vida, a Lázaro o al rico?
Por el eterno descanso de Ramón Antonio López y Aurelio Peña.
Lucas 16, 25
Pero Abraham le dijo: Hijo, acuérdate
que recibiste tus bienes en tu vida, y
Lázaro también males; pero ahora éste es
consolado aquí, y tú atormentado.
Bodas
Favor de comunicarse a la oficina parroquial seis meses antes
de llevarse acabo el evento.
Bautismos
Las charlas pre-bautismales se ofrecen cada 3er sábado del
mes a la 1pm en Milette Manor. Los padres y padrinos deben
asistir. Los bautizos en español son el 2do y 4to domingo del
mes a las 12:30pm. Por favor confirme las fechas deseadas
antes de hacer planes.
Fondo para Sacerdotes Jubilados de NH
Este fin de semana tendrá la oportunidad de apoyar a los
sacerdotes jubilados de NH. Ellos se han dedicado al
servicio de Dios y las comunidades católicas de NH por
varios años. Actualmente, ésta colecta apoya a más de 48
sacerdotes aquí en nuestra diócesis. Cada año nuestros
feligreses dan generosamente, sin embargo la necesidad
continúa este año. Para más información por favor visite
www.catholicnh.org/theyserved.
40 Días por la Vida—Actividad de Apertura
Ste. Marie’s Church Hall (nivel más bajo)
378 Notre Dame Ave, Manchester, NH
Lunes, 26 de septiembre de 7pm a 8:30pm
***Programa de Confirmación***
Nuestra próxima clase será el domingo 23 de octubre. Los
estudiantes de éste programa deben estar en Milette Manor
entre las 8:30am y 8:45am para comenzar la clase. En cada
sesión, los estudiantes asistirán a misa y recibirán almuerzo.
Éstas sesiones terminarán entre las 12:45pm y 1:00pm. Las
fechas de las próximas sesiones son las siguientes:
Domingo, 20 de noviembre de 2016
Domingo, 22 de enero de 2017
Domingo, 12 de febrero 12 de 2017
Domingo, 19 de marzo de 2017
Además, un programa nuevo llamado “Dynamic Catholic” se
utilizará para reforzar los conceptos importantes de nuestra fe
e invitar a los estudiantes a examinar el lugar que tiene su
relación con Dios en sus vidas. Si desea más información por
favor comuníquese con Ryan Bilodeau por correo electrónico
[email protected] o teléfono al 603-882-4362.
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26º Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
24 de septiembre de 2016
Solo Faltan 4 Días!
Programas de Formación de Fe
Si gustan registrar a su hijo o hija para este año de
Formación de Fe, los invitamos a hacerlo antes del 29
de Septiembre.
No podremos aceptar registraciones después de esta
fecha.
Para obtener mas información sobre nuestros
programas de Formación de Fe por favor visite o
llame a la oficina parroquial.
Programa Diocesano: Coro de Niños
El Ministerio Música de la catedral de San José
anuncia la creación de un Programa Coral de
Niños Diocesano, el San Nicolás Schola
Cantorum.
La Schola Cantorum ( "escuela de cantantes")
tiene como objetivo enseñar, preparar y formar a
niños y adultos jóvenes en los grados 3-10 a
participar en el ministerio de la música y vida de
alabanza a Dios a través del canto.
Las personas interesadas deben comunicarse con: Eric
Bermani, Director Diocesano de Música de la Catedral al
603-622-6404 x31 o [email protected]
Los ensayos son los jueves de 4pm a 5p.m. en el sótano de la
Catedral de San José (Esquina de Pine St. y Lowell St.,
Manchester, NH)
Lecturas para la Semana del
25 de septiembre de 2016
Domingo:
Am 6, 1. 4-7/Sal 146, 7-10/1 Tim 6,
11-16/Lc 16, 19-31
Lunes:
Job 1, 6-22/Sal 17, 1-3. 6-7/Lc 9, 46-50
Martes:
Job 3, 1-3. 11-17. 20-23/Sal 88, 2-8/Lc
9, 51-56
Miércoles:
Job 9, 1-12. 14-16/Sal 88, 10-15/Lc 9,
57-62
Jueves:
Dn 7, 9-10. 13-14 o Ap 12, 7-12/Sal
138, 1-5/Jn 1, 47-51
Viernes:
Job 38, 1. 12-21; 40, 3-5/Sal 139, 1-3.
7-10. 13-14/Lc 10, 13-16
Sábado:
Job 42, 1-3. 5-6. 12-17/Sal 119, 66. 71.
75. 91. 125. 130/Lc 10, 17-24
Domingo siguiente: Hab 1, 2-3; 2, 2-4/Sal 95, 1-2. 69/2 Tim 1, 6-8. 13-14/Lc 17, 5-10
©Liturgical Publications Inc.
Movimiento Familiar Cristiano
El Movimiento Familiar Cristiano
Católico es un movimiento laico que
agrupa familias católicas, apoyada y con
la dirección espiritual del párroco. Si
desea más información acerca del
movimiento, favor de comunicarse con
Ludis al 603-318-9118.
RCIA
El programa de RCIA da la
bienvenida a todos aquellos que
están interesados en ser
Católicos o aquellos adultos que
no han recibido el sacramento
del Bautismo.
Si está
interesado(a) en ser Católico(a)
por favor comuníquese con
Wendy Ramirez por teléfono
603-882-4362 ext 203 o correo
electónico [email protected]
Rosarios
Para recibir el Santo Rosario en tu hogar communicate
con la Sra. Angelina al 603-589-6079 o con Guadalupe
Gómez al 603-598-9788.
“María es la mano que nos lleva a su Hijo Jesús.”
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