January 17, 2016

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January 17, 2016
ST. AMBROSE CHURCH
HOUSTON, TEXAS
Monday, January 18
8:00AM Pauline Morin
Tuesday, January 19
8:00AM James Thomas Lenahan,IV
Wednesday, January 20
8:00AM Alice Kuharski
6:30PM(Spanish) Matilda Peruza
Thursday, January 21
8:00AM Sharon McLeod
Friday, January 22
8:00AM Shawn Watkins & Children
Saturday, January 23
8:00AM James Lenahan
5:00PM Aaron Mendez
Sunday, January 24
8:00AM Toni Cali
10:00AM Jorge Nunez
12:00Noon Victor Assandre
5:00PM Marie Hutchings
Readings for the Week of
January 17, 2016
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Is 62:1-5; Ps 96:1-2, 2-3, 7-8, 9-10;
1 Cor 12:4-11; Jn 2:1-11
1 Sm 15:16-23; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, and 23;
Mk 2:18-22
1 Sm 16:1-13; Ps 89:20, 21-22, 27-28; Mk 2:23-28
Saint Fabian, Pope and Martyr;
Saint Sebastian, Martyr
1 Sm 17:32-33, 37, 40-51; Ps 144:1b, 2, 9-10;
Mk 3:1-6
Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr
1 Sm 18:6-9, 19:1-7; Ps 56:2-3, 9-10a, 10b-11,
12-13; Mk 3:7-12
1 Sm 24:3-21; Ps 57:2, 3-4, 6, and 11; Mk 3:13-19
Saint Vincent, Deacon and Martyr;
Saint Marianne Cope, Virgin
2 Sm 1:1-4, 11-12, 19, 23-27; Ps 80:2-3, 5-7;
Mk 3:20-21
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Neh 8:2-4a, 5-6, 8-10; Ps 19:8, 9, 10, 15;
1 Cor 12:12-30 or 12:12-14, 27; Lk 1:1-4, 4:14-21
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Let us pray for all those who have given their life for our freedom
and for those who are serving in our military at home and abroad
and especially the following: Victor J. Broussard, Peter Zachary
Carroll, , Samuel Castillo, Brandon Cook, Matthew Cook, Master Sgt.,
Dean Crawford, Evie Estrada, Nephew Brandon Falcon, Robert
Freedman, Olivia Garza, , Captain Mark Grahmann, Matthew Grissom,
Timothy Groh,
Lee Anthony Guerrero, Andrew S. Gutierrez,
Christopher Hernandez, Lucas Hernandez Matthew Hernandez, Mia
Hernandez, Sean Dietrich Hrncir, Samuel Dylan Hrncir, Captain Mary
Hrynyk, Captain Jason Hrynyk, Anthony Handy, Ivan Ibabao, Elizabeth
Grassmann Ibabao, Kelpen, Kayla Loff, Robert Marquez, Jr., Aaron
Limas, Captain Andrew Locke, Daniel Martinez, John Martinez,
Major Kelly McGovern, Gamaliel Nava, Tony Noser, Dominic
Patronella, Jeremy Redman, Captain Jonathan Reed, Casey Rogers,
Daniel Salinas, The Smith Family, Oscar Sicola, Mertie St. Pierre,
Adam M. Styers, and James Andrew Tammaro.
JANUARY 17, 2016
FROM THE THOMPSON FAMILY,
Your love through prayers reassures our daily blessings. We might
not always understand why things happen, but know there is a
bigger plan in place for Ava. Your continued support and friendship
of our family is a treasure beyond words that has helped us
through this most difficult time. The prayers continue to heal our
baby Ava. God Bless
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ARTS AND CRAFTS
Thank you to the many individuals who helped make our sales
during the holiday season a huge success.
Thank you to those who came on Tuesdays to make things, to
those who donated items, to those who volunteered during the
sales and to all of our loyal customers.
Believe it or not, we are making Easter baskets now. First step is
to glue white paper on the ice cream cartons donated by Baskin
Robbins. We meet Tuesday afternoons from 1:00PM until
3:00PM. Come and join the fun!
VOCATION CROSS
We will again invite you to
accept the Vocation Cross during one of the weekend Masses
beginning in February. The Spirit is calling men and women and
preparing boys and girls from our day school and CCE program
to serve in the church. May our prayer for vocations inspire them
to listen attentively to the call of God’s Spirit and respond with
generous hearts. Let us know your willingness to take a
Vocation Cross home for one week and pray for vocations by
signing the sheet in the narthex or volunteering during the Mass if
no one has signed up. For more information call Sr.Charline at
713-858-1613.
COLLECTION FOR THE
CHURCH IN LATIN AMERICA
Next weekend, January 23-24, we will take up the Collection for the
Church in Latin America. A lack of priests and trained lay ministers,
high emigration rates, and the alarming pace at which parishioners are
leaving the faith make it difficult for the region’s Church to provide for
the faithful. It is more important than ever that we keep faith with the
Church in Latin America and the Caribbean. Please be generous.
Thank you.
Please remember in your prayers the repose of the soul of Gary Baroski who
passed away Pray that God grant peace and comfort to his loved ones.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK in English will be held on Friday,
February 5, at the 8:00AM Mass.
SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Please pray for the speedy recovery of the following:
Jacqueline Aguilar, Barbie Alexander, Rena Alonso, Maria de Jesus
(Susie) Arsuaga, Gertie Atchison, Tammy Babineck, Kelli Bevans,
Dwayne Bilski, Bill Boyd, Imogene Boyd, Chris Britt, Logan Brown,
Arlie Brennan, Charles Brennan, Anna Sofia Cabarra, Mark Carson,
Edith Carson, Benny Castillo, Angie Caulking, Mary Cedillo, Katie
Clark, Faye Collins, Elizabeth Cunningham, Henry Davis, Albina
Diehl, Betty Devine, Jimmie Dostalik, Mary Derkowski Dowling,
Chinh Duong, Landon Faterkowski, Roy Faust, Jonathan Flemate,
Robert Freeman, Kevin French, Louanna Portier Gellien, Donna
Gillispie, John Graham, Leticia Graham, Octorio Gutierrez, Carlos
Guzman, Leo Haas, Patricia Hale, Ava Hamilton, Leona Hanus,
Alice Hernandez, Angela Hernandez, Israel Hernandez, Lucy
Herrada, Rachel Herrera, Donald Hunt, Wiley Inman, Frances and
Willie Jimenez, Bill Kominczak, Henry Kopycinski, Connie Kelpen,
Hilda Kennedy, Michael Lafferty, William Lenahan, Marcela Lewis,
Joe Limas, Dominic Lucio, Martha Maldonado, Ellen Marinucci, Rick
Masler, Edmund Mazoch, Justin Mendez, Sylvia Medina, Yolanda
Medina, Michelle Miller, Mark Mosser, Kristen Oden, Richard and
Mary Paul, Melody Perez, Esther Price, Emily Rivera, Jeff Rivera,
Cindy Rocha, Belinda Rocha, Sophie Romano, Stephanie Roth, Leo
Russek, David Russell, Rene Salinas, Joe Sanchez, Christopher
Sarchet, Lucille Schmidt, Angie Scoggin, Deena Skucius, Mary
Solberg, Susan Spears, Avelina Suarez, Dolores Tijerina, Diane
Tolley, Delia Villafranca, Ken Vollbrecht, Hal Walker, Michael Walker,
Marjie Waltmon, David Zaborowski,Virginia Zamarripa, and Carolyn
Zeringue.
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BULLETIN CHANGES COME IN FEBRUARY - Beginning with
the month of February, when you ask us to pray for healing for
someone and list the name in the bulletin, we will include the
name in the bulletin FOR THAT MONTH ONLY. If you want us
to continue to pray for that person the next month, please call
Rita in the office at 713-686-3497 to make another request. We
value praying for individuals in need of our prayers and want to
keep our list current. We know that prayers have been answered
for some of the individuals listed, yet no one has called to take
the name off of the list and it gets longer and longer. Please call
Sr. Charline if you have any questions at 713-858-1613
THE BEREAVEMENT GROUP will not be held on Thursday,
January 21. Sr. Charline will be on vacation.
ALTAR SOCIETY –
Applications for the 2015 Outstanding
Altar Server Award are available in the Church Office. The
requirements are listed on the form. All applications are due to
the St. Ambrose Altar Society no later than March 31, 2016.
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VOCATION
AWARENESS
OPPORTUNITY
-
Celebration of World Day for Consecrated Life and Closing of Year of
Consecrated Life - both celebrated in our Archdiocese with Cardinal
DiNardo and the Consecrated men and women religious at Sacred Heart
Co-Cathedral, 111 St. Joseph Parkway. This event willl be held on
January 31 at the 11:00AM Mass. All are invited to join in this liturgy to
pray for all those who have made commitments in the consecrated life
and to thank them.
Don’t miss it!
More details at
www.houstonvocations.com/world-day-for-consecrated life.
ATTENTION – LADIES OF ST. AMBROSE
CENACLE SILENT LENTEN RETREAT
Once again our parish ladies are invited to attend a retreat at the
Cenacle Retreat House, 420 N. Kirkwood, just off the Katy Freeway
on Friday, March 11, 2016, 7:00 p.m. through Sunday, March 13,
2016, 1:30 p.m. Relax under the tall, serene pine trees of the
Cenacle. Enjoy your own private room, home cooked meals with
desserts and even a massage, if you so wish. The days are
scheduled with conferences with our retreat master, Reverend Terry
Ryan, CSP, quiet time, private conferences with the Reverend or the
Cenacle staff, as well as free time.
The theme of the retreat is “Women I wish I had met”. During this
retreat, we will be hearing about Etty Hillesum, Dorothy Soelle and
Elizabeth Leseur. These 20th century women offer insights to
experience God that have their roots in the early Christian
mystics—prayer, interior struggle and growth plus reflection on and
response to one’s life circumstances. What do these women have to
say to us today in our relationship with God? Presentations, guided
meditations and handouts for individual prayer and reflection will
be used to facilitate this process.
Rev. Terry Ryan, CSP is a Paulist priest who travels throughout the
US offering workshops, missions, retreats and evening reflections
on the contemplative experience. The great mystics and the
spirituality of the 11th step of a 12-step recovery program all provide
the framework for Father Terry’s discussions of the contemplative
experience.www.fatherterryryan.com
Don’t miss a truly wonderful weekend. Transportation is arranged.
Call Juana G. Sandoval for more information, questions, or
reservations at 281-451-4812 or 713- 688-0702..
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ATTENTION:
GOLDEN YOUTH TRIP
February 13, 2016, Saturday
The Liberty Opry
Parishioners 50 years and older.
Join us on Saturday, February 13, as the Golden Youth Club
of St. Ambrose will be taking a bus trip to visit the Liberty
Opry. We will enjoy an afternoon of live 50’s and 60’s music,
the music of our youth.
Following the performance, we will have a dutch treat lunch
at Ann’s Seafood in Liberty.
The tour is limited to persons 50 years or older and bus
seating. The total cost for admissions will be $12 per person,
not including lunch.
Seniors interested in joining us on this trip, please contact
Carol Herman at 713-688-6509 or email
Carol at
[email protected]
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION will be Saturday
from 3:30PM to 4:30PM in church.
ST. AMBROSE CHURCH
HOUSTON, TEXAS
EXPERIENCE EXCELLENCE AT
ST. AMBROSE CATHOLIC SCHOOL!
St. Ambrose Catholic School would like to invite you to their annual
Open House on Thursday, February 4, 2016. Hours are from
8:00AM - 3:00PM,
5:00PM - 8:00PM.
While at St. Ambrose Catholic School, your child will experience
academic, spiritual, and personal growth. With a challenging course
curriculum, state-of-the art technology, and an array of extra-curricular
activities, our five-acre facility promotes a child’s physical, emotional
and social growth. Accredited by the Texas Catholic Conference
Eduction Department, St. Ambrose Catholic School is an educational
home for students in Pre-Kindergarten – 3 through Eighth Grade.
St. Ambrose Catholic School: PreK-3 – 8th Grade
Early Childhood Center: Infants – Two Years Old
4213 Mangum Road, Houston, Texas 77092
713-686-6990
www.sashornets.org.
Come tour the school campus, visit with some of the dedicated faculty
and staff, and explore what it means to “Experience Excellence” at St.
Ambrose Catholic School. If you have any questions, please email Mrs.
Christine Langeland, Assistant Principal, at [email protected]
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11th Annual Steps for Students 5K Run/Walk
LAISSEZ LES BON TEMPS ROULER is the perfect way to continue
our tremendous spirit for Steps for Students! Henry and the entire
Hornet Krewe here at St. Ambrose are ready to run! Our top goal is
to maintain our title as the school with the most participants, which is
why we are shooting for 1k at the 5K! Please consider joining our St.
Ambrose team for this walk/run and benefit our amazing Catholic
education. If you are unable to join us, but would like to donate to
our team, it would be greatly appreciated! Your kind donation of any
amount goes toward the enhancement of our school facilities,
curriculum, technology, sports, and so much more.
Donating
through this site is safe and secure. You may also send a check
payable to St. Ambrose Catholic School. You can also contact one of
our race chairs and we would be happy to process or pick up your
tax-deductible donation. Dawn Hoover 713-476-8793, Tami Navarro
713-305-8276, Vanessa Solis 832-492-2916 Many blessings and
thank you for your consideration,
Henry the Hornet, Fr. Ben
Smaistrla, Judy Fritsch, Staff, Students & St. Ambrose
Community LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!
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SAVE THE DATE!
The Leather Apron Foundation will host
its Round Up 2016 on Saturday, January 30, at the SPJST Hall.
Doors open at 6:00PM to an evening of fun including BBQ
dinner, live band, silent auction, face painters, raffles, and more!
Pre-sale tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for kids (Kids 5 and
under are free). Go to http://wwwleatherapronfoundation.org/ for
more information. Come join your neighbors for an exciting night!
JANUARY 17, 2016
MEN’S CLUB will meet on Monday, January 18, at 7:00PM in the
auditorium. This meeting is for all men of the parish. Come and meet
your fellow parishioners and become a member of this very important
organization at St. Ambrose.
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BINGO
will be held on Tuesday, January 19, at 7:15PM in the
auditorium. Bring your family and neighbors for an evening of fun and
camaraderie. We will be calling one (1) Bonus Ball Number.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION - The Parish Office will be
closed on Monday, January 18, because of the Martin Luther
King holiday. We will open Tuesday, at our regular time of
8:00AM.
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THIRD AGE LEARNING CENTER
Great Program for Age 50 and Older
All Saints Church
th
215 E. 10 Street, Hojston, Texas 77008
713-248-1277
All Saints Third Age Learning Center (TALC) will hold its 2016 Spring
Semester Registration on Thursday, January 28, from 9:00AM to 1:00PM
in the church parish hall located in the Heights. Classes begin on
Monday, February 8, and registration will continue the first two weeks of
the semester, February 8-19. The Spring Semester will conclude on
Friday, May 6.
TALC offers a variety of classes, day trips, seminars, birthday
celebrations and special parties. Some of the classes featured this
semestrer include woodworking, computer, conversational Spanish, Mah
Jong, exercise, small appliance repair, scrapbooking, water color
painting, stain glass and much more. A full course hot lunch, cooked onsite, is available at 12 Noon Monday through Friday, during the semester
for only $2.00. Seniors are invited to join in the fun and companionship
TALC offers. For TASC program information or lunch reservations, call
713--248-1277.
ST. PIUS X HIGH SCHOOL
ENTRANCE EXAM
St. Piux X High School, Houston’s premier Co-Ed Catholic High
School, will administer the Catholic High School Entrance Exam
(HSPT) on Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. Students should
report to the school at 811 West Donovan at the entrance by the
auditorium by 8:15 a.m.; the test will last until approximately12:00
noon. The testing fee is $50.00. If you have not already done so, please
register for the HSPT on line at stpiusx.org. Also, check out 98% $2500; 97% - $1500; 96% - $1000.. Breakfast will be served in the
Bramanti Library for parents who wish to stay and visit with other
prospective parents and St. Pius X staff. If you have any questions,
please contact Ms. Eva Dix at 713-692-3581 or [email protected]
SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
puedes; porque eres nuestra Madre, siempre nos acoges en tu
Domingo, 17 de Enero, 2016
corazón, María, a Dios y el hombre..." Todos, como hijos
2º. Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
pequeños y débiles que somos, necesitamos de una madre,
Isaías 62,1-5: La alegría que encuentra el esposo con su
necesitamos de María, sobre todo en las horas de oscuridad y de
esposa
aflicción.
Salmo 95: Cuenten las maravillas del Señor a todas las
El santo Cura de Ars solía decir: "Un corazón de madre
naciones
es un abismo de bondad: ¿Qué tendrá que ser, pues, el corazón
1Corintios 12,4-11: El mismo y único Espíritu reparte a
de María? El corazón de María es tan tierno para con nosotros,
cada uno como a él le parece
que los de todas las madres reunidas no son sino un pedazo de
hielo al lado del suyo". Y san Bernardo: "¡Oh tú, que caminas
Juan 2,1-11: En Caná de Galilea Jesús comenzó sus
por este miserable valle de lágrimas y andas zozobrando entre la
signos
tempestad del mundo! Si no quieres verte sumergido entre las
En el Evangelio de hoy se celebra una boda en Caná de
olas, no apartes jamás los ojos de esta brillante y luminosa
Galilea. Jesús y sus discípulos son invitados a la fiesta. Y María
estrella. Si se levantan los vientos de las tentaciones, si tropiezas
Santísima está también allí. Las celebraciones nupciales en el
con los escollos de la tribulación, mira la estrella e invoca a
Oriente duraban alrededor de una semana. Eran, como es lógico,
María".
días de alegría y de júbilo. De pronto, a mitad de la fiesta, se
Con la colaboracion de Catholic.com
acaba el vino. ¡Qué tragedia para aquellos jóvenes esposos! Esto
sí que iba a ser un "trago amargo".
Pero María, con su exquisita delicadeza femenina y con
solicitud de verdadera madre, es la primera en darse cuenta de
Lunes a Sábado
ello y, para evitar un chasco a esos novios, se acerca a Jesús para
8:00 a.m. Misa en Ingles
decirle: "No tienen vino". Obviamente, ni Jesús ni María estaban
Miércoles
implicados en el asunto. Ellos eran también huéspedes e
6:30 p.m. Misa en Español
invitados, como los demás. Sin embargo, María no estaba sólo
Sábado
informando algo a su Hijo, sino que era ya una discreta y fina
5:00 p.m. Misa en Ingles
petición de que hiciera algo para solucionar aquella embarazosa
Domingo
situación. El Señor responde como era lógico que lo hiciera:
8:00
y
10:00
a.m. Misa en Ingles
"¿Qué nos interesa esto a ti y a mí?". No era problema de ellos.
12:00 p.m. Misa en Español
Y añade un motivo aún más fuerte para no involucrarse en la
5:00 p.m. Misa de Jóvenes
cuestión: "Aún no ha llegado mi hora". Todavía no era el
Miércoles
momento de hacer milagros ni de manifestar al mundo su poder.
Todavía tenía que esperar un poco.
Exposición del Santísimo 8:30 a.m. a 6:15 p.m.
Y, sin embargo, María insiste, con gran finura y
Rosario en Español 10:00 a.m.
delicadeza. Ella sabía que su Hijo no se negaría a complacerla en
Oración de la Divina Misericordia 3:00 p.m.
aquel favor que le estaba pidiendo. Por eso, porque conocía el
Confesiones
corazón de su Hijo, les ordena con total seguridad a los
Miércoles de 5:30 a 6:15 p.m.
sirvientes: "Haced lo que Él os diga". Su Hijo sacaría a aquellos
Sábado de 3:30 a 4:30 p.m.
novios de su apuro. Y a continuación nos narra el evangelista
cómo sucedió el milagro.
Misa de Jóvenes
Yo quisiera fijarme ahora, más que en el milagro mismo que fue maravilloso- en la intercesión igualmente maravillosa de
La misa es a las 5:00 p.m.
la Santísima Virgen. Todavía no era tiempo de que nuestro
1er y 3er domingo en español
Señor hiciera milagros porque el Padre había reservado "su
2do y 4to domingo en Ingles
hora". Y María, con su petición, ¡adelanta la hora de Dios!
5to domingo del mes será bilingüe
Podemos decir que su súplica "cambió" los planes de Dios. ¡Eso
sí que es prodigioso!
Te invitamos a rezar el Santo Rosario
Hace algunos días recordábamos que san Bernardo solía
en la Iglesia cada domingo a las 11:30 a.m.
llamar a María la "Omnipotencia suplicante" y "la Medianera de
para prepararnos a celebrar la Santa Misa.
todas las gracias". Decía: "La voluntad de Dios es que nosotros
tengamos todo a través de María". Por ella nos vienen todas las
gracias porque es la más poderosa de las reinas y la más eficaz
Intenciones del Papa Francisco
de las intercesoras. Un hijo bueno no niega nada a su madre. Y
Jesús es el hijo más amoroso de la más dulce y bondadosa de las
Padre Celestial,
madres. Pero, sobre todo, ¡es Dios todopoderoso! Con esta
Durante esta temporada, te pedimos que el diálogo sincero entre
intercesora, ¿qué no podremos obtener de Dios? Ella no es su
hombres y mujeres de diversas religiones, conlleve frutos de paz y
secretaria ni una amiga, ¡sino su propia Madre!
justicia. Tambiín que mediante el dialogo y la caridad fraterna,
Hay un hermoso motete que algunas veces cantamos en el
con la gracia del Espiritu Santo, se superen las divisiones entre los
Rosario, que dice así: "Porque eres Madre de Dios, todo lo
cristianos
Horario de Servicios
ST. AMBROSE CHURCH
HOUSTON, TEXAS
JANUARY 17, 2016
BAUTIZOS
Adoración ante el
Santísimo Sacramento
Oración y meditación ante el Santísimo Sacramento son dos
maneras de ofrecer a Dios. Usted puede pedir por sus
necesidades o las de sus seres queridos, reflexionar en su
palabra o solamente acompañarle. El realmente quiere verte.
La Exposición son todos los miércoles después de la misa de
8:00 a.m. hasta las 6:15 p.m. en la capilla. Seguido de la misa
en español a las 6:30 p.m.
Los bautizos son el domingo después de la
Misa de 12:00 p.m
Las fechas de los bautizos son las siguientes:
21 de Febrero
17 de Abril
20 de Marzo
15 de Mayo
Necesita llenar la forma de registro y entregarla con una
copia del certificado de nacimiento del bebé. Los papás y los
padrinos deben tomar las clases para bautizos.
Clases para bautizos:
Las clases para bautizos son el primero y segundo martes del
mes de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. en el salón A
Aprende a Orar para aprender a vivir
Fundador: Padre Ignacio Larrañaga
Por medio de un complejo entramado de meditaciones sobre la
palabra, oracion intensiva, reflexion comunitaria y ejercicios de
silenciamientos iras superando paso a paso el mundo interior de
angustias, ansiedades y tristezas.
Como efecto de una vivencia profunda de la fe y del abandono,
iras inundandote de una profunda paz.
Este taller es gratis el cual consta de 15 sesiones y dará inicio el
Lunes 18 de Enero del 2016 de 7:00 a 9:00 p.m. en el salon “A”
para más información llame a Josefina de León al 832-236-0349
UN AVISO DE SOCIEDAD DEL ALTAR –
Cada año se entrega un premio al Monagillo mas sobresaliente
de la Iglesia de San Ambrosio. Si a usted le gustaría recibir más
información favor de pasar a la oficina de la parroquia para
tomar una forma de registro donde encontrará los requisitos para
participar donde su hijo(a) tendra la oportunidad de ganar un
premio. Todas las aplicaciones se deben entregar antes del 31 de
marzo de 2016.
La Sociedad de San Vicente de Paul asiste
a personas de bajos recursos economicos,
si usted o alguien que conoce necesita ayuda
financiera favor de darle el pamfleto con la
información que se encuentra en el vestíbulo
de la Iglesia.
Iglesia Católica de San Ambrosio y Men’s Club te invitan a
jugar BINGO todos los Martes en el Auditorio a las 7:15 pm
Todos los fondos son para la parroquia.
Ven y diviertete!!!!
NO FALTES!!!
Las siguientes clases para bautizos son:
Febrero 2 & 9, 2016
Abril 5 & 12, 2016
Marzo 1 & 8, 2016
Mayo 3 & 10, 2016
Oración del Papa Francisco para el
Jubileo de la Misericordia
Señor Jesucristo, tú nos has enseñado a ser
misericordiosos como el Padre del cielo, y nos has dicho que
quien te ve, lo ve también a Él. Muéstranos tu rostro y
obtendremos la salvación.
Tu mirada llena de amor liberó a Zaqueo y a Mateo
de la esclavitud del dinero; a la adúltera y a la Magdalena de
buscar la felicidad solamente en una creatura; hizo llorar a
Pedro luego de la traición, y aseguró el Paraíso al ladrón
arrepentido. Haz que cada uno de nosotros escuche como
propia la palabra que dijiste a la samaritana: ¡Si conocieras el
don de Dios!
Tú eres el rostro visible del Padre invisible, del Dios
que manifiesta su omnipotencia sobre todo con el perdón y la
misericordia: haz que, en el mundo, la Iglesia sea el rostro
visible de Ti, su Señor, resucitado y glorioso.
Tú has querido que también tus ministros fueran
revestidos de debilidad para que sientan sincera compasión
por los que se encuentran en la ignorancia o en el error: haz
que quien se acerque a uno de ellos se sienta esperado, amado
y perdonado por Dios.
Manda tu Espíritu y conságranos a todos con su
unción para que el Jubileo de la Misericordia sea un año de
gracia del Señor y tu Iglesia pueda, con renovado entusiasmo,
llevar la Buena Nueva a los pobres proclamar la libertad a los
prisioneros y oprimidos y restituir la vista a los ciegos.
Te lo pedimos por intercesión de María, Madre de la
Misericordia, a ti que vives y reinas con el Padre y el Espíritu
Santo por los siglos de los siglos. Amén.
SECOND SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
FROM ST. ROSE OF LIMA ALTAR GUILD – St.
FROM OUR MUSIC DIRECTOR
Sunday Masses, special Archdiocesan Liturgies, and other services and
celebrations. Anyone with an interest in Music or Singing is encouraged to join
one of the choirs briefly outlined below. For more information, please contact
Veronica Stevens, Music Director, at 281-440-4445, or visit with her after any
weekend Mass.
CHORALE, Saturday evening Mass at 5:00PM
Contact Veronica Stevens at 281-440-4445
CANTOR SOLOIST, Sunday Mass at 7:30AM
Contact Veronica Stevens at 281-440-4445
FAMILY CHOIR, Sunday Mass at 9:00AM
Contact Robert Korst at 713-688-0046
LITURGICAL CHOIR, Sunday Mass at 10:30AM
Contact Veronica Stevens at 281-440-4445
SPANISH CHOIR, Sunday Mass at 12:00Noon
Contact Alpha Omega Cruz – 281-808-3430
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Please cut the following ad and present it
the next time you patronize one of our advertisers.
THANK YOU
Thank you for advertising in the bulletin of St. Ambrose Church. I am
patronizing your business because of it!
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Rose of Lima Altar Guild Chocoholic Games Party & Silent
Auction will be held at St. Rose West Hall, 3600 Brinkman,
Houston, on Friday, February 5, 2016 from 7:00PM until
10:00PM. Tickets may be purchased at Church Office or online
at wwwat2.stroselima.org/parish/fundraising-events.
Gather your friends and family and reserve a table or seat for this
evening of fun!! Bring your favorite board games, dominoes or
cards!
For more information or to maske a reservation, please call
Louise Bratton at 713-898-6566.
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FROM THE CHANCERY - Victims Assistance
Coordinator - “Pastoral Support for Victims of Clergy
Sexual Abuse - In a continuing effort to provide pastoral care to
victims of sexual abuse by clergy of Church personnel, Archbishop
DiNardo would like to remind the faithful of the Archdiocese of the
availability of the Victims Assistance Coordinator. Anyone who has been
the victim of sexual abuse by clergy or Church personnel is encouraged
to call Sr. Maureen Connell, OP at 713-654—5799. Please keep in your
daily prayers the healing of victims of abuse and all who suffer in any
way.
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