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St. Joseph Catholic Church
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
St. Joseph
Catholic Church
Welcome to St. Joseph Church!
¡Bienvenidos a la Iglesia de San José!
1722 North Starr Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72701
WEEKEND MASSES
Misas Fin de Semana
SATURDAY
5:00 pm
English
SUNDAY
9:00 am
English
SUNDAY
11:30 am
English
DOMINGO
1:30 pm
Español
SUNDAY
5:00 pm
Life Teen
WEEKDAY MASSES
Misas entre Semana
MONDAY
6:30 am
TUESDAY
8:30 am
WEDNESDAY
6:00 pm
JUEVES en Español 7:00 pm
THURSDAY
6:45 am
FRIDAY
8:30 am
Liturgy of the
Hours
RECONCILIATION
SATURDAY / SÁBADO
3:30 pm
Confesiones
WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES
5:00 pm
THURSDAY / JUEVES
6:00 pm
deeper relationship with God
Uniendo diferentes culturas
y acercándonos a una relación
más profunda con Dios
Fr. John K. Antony, Pastor
Deacon Bud Baldwin
[email protected]
[email protected]
Deacon Mike Henry
Deacon Marcelino Vazquez
[email protected]
[email protected]
Embracing our many cultures
and bringing each member into
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
CUARTO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO
ORDINARIO
WELCOME TO ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH
NEW PARISHIONERS
Please register online at
www.sjfay.com
or fill out a manila
registration card
(found in the front hallway)
and hand it to an usher
PHONE NUMBERS-EXT. BELOW
CHURCH
SCHOOL
FAX
WEBSITE
(479) 442-0890
(479) 442-4554
(479) 442-7887
www.sjfay.com
OFFICE HOURS
BAPTISM
We ask for registration
and faithful attendance. Please
contact the church office
for more information.
RECONCILIATION
■ Wednesdays 5:00 p.m.
■ Thursdays 6:00 p.m.
■ Saturdays 3:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
BULLETIN DEADLINE
Friday noon the week before publication
Deadlines before holidays vary
MARRIAGE
Church & School Staff
♦ Pastor
Rev. John K. Antony
[email protected]
♦ Priest, Retired
Rev. Larry Heimsoth
[email protected]
♦ Deacon
Dc. Bud Baldwin
[email protected]
♦ Deacon
Dc. Mike Henry
[email protected]
♦ Deacon
Dc. Marcelino Vazquez
[email protected]
♦ School Principal
Marcia Diamond
[email protected]
x207
♦ Office Manager
Barbara Lupton
[email protected]
x206
♦ Church Operations
Paul Warren
[email protected]
x201
♦ Music
Dr. Scott Dewese
[email protected]
x341
♦ Religious Education
Suzanne Krumpelman
[email protected]
x241
♦ Asst. Religious Education
Maria Vazquez
[email protected]
x242
♦ Adult Faith Formation
Beth McClinton
[email protected]
x221
♦ Youth Ministry
x200
x150
♦ Parish Life & Hispanic Ministry
Lucy Morlet
[email protected]
x203
♦ Finance Manager
Cheryl Floyd
[email protected]
x204
♦ Office Manager
Lydia Worden
[email protected]
x202
♦ Administrative Assistant
Teresa Ryan
[email protected]
x205
♦ Event Coordinator
Skip Frein
[email protected]
♦ Receptionist
Guadalupe (Lupe) Lopez [email protected]
x212
♦ Sacristan
Shannon Keever
x244
♦ Custodians
Barbara Wragg, Eliot Wragg, Jessica Navarro
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[email protected]
Please contact
the church office
six months in advance
MINISTRY
TO THE SICK
Please call the office manager
to arrange for a Sunday visit
from an Extraordinary Minister
of Communion
ANOINTING
OF THE SICK
In the event of an emergency,
call the church office (442-0890)
and activate the emergency paging
system (phone menu option #5)
For non-emergencies,
please call during office hours
to make arrangements
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
SAVE US, O LORD OUR GOD! AND GATHER US FROM THE NATIONS, TO GIVE THANKS TO YOUR HOLY NAME, AND MAKE IT
OUR GLORY TO PRAISE YOU.
PSALM 106:47
“No prophet is accepted in the prophet’s hometown”. Thus did Jeremiah,
and later, Jesus, encounter opposition and lack of faith (1,3); thus did both
place their hope in the Lord (Ps). Paul speaks eloquently of the greatest of
all gifts: love (2).
FIRST READING — JEREMIAH 1:4-5
I am with you to deliver you, says the LORD.
RESPONSORIAL PSALM — PSALM 71
I will sing of your salvation.
SECOND READING — 1 CORINTHIANS 12:31
If I have all faith so as to move mountains,
but do not have love, I am nothing.
GOSPEL — LUKE 4:21-30
No prophet is accepted in the prophet’s hometown.
T REASURE
S
T
FROM OUR RADITIONS
The song of the angels, “Holy, Holy, Holy,” resounds from our lips
at every Mass. There was a widespread belief in the first religions of
the world that God stirred creation into being by a word, a song, a
musical note. Music and a sense of God’s presence have always
been inseparable. In the liturgy, your voice is invited into this song as
the priest names the reasons for our praise. “Heaven and earth are
full of your glory,” and we are not passive onlookers, but participants
in this glory. Catholic prayer no longer assigns this angelic hymn to a
choir, but gives it to you to sing. Even if your voice is thought to be
suitable only for a well‑insulated shower stall, you are called into this
song.
We are born to sing—just listen to a baby testing the full range of
newly‑discovered vocal abilities. Soon we get shushed and hushed
into quiet, and given lots of messages that our voices are unwanted,
and that we need to raise our hands in order to be heard. All of that
is overturned in liturgy, the place where God waits to hear us come
alive in the song of all creation. In heaven, everyone’s in the choir;
why not start practicing now?
James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
GRANT US, LORD OUR GOD,
that we may honor you
with all our mind, and love everyone in truth of heart.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son who lives and
reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for
ever and ever.
Amen.
AN ONGOING MISSION
In his hometown synagogue,
Jesus’ neighbors are amazed by his
words. Nevertheless, they remind
each other, “Is this not Joseph’s
son?”
Surely the people know who he
is. The carpenter’s son. The young
man who had learned in this very
synagogue. The boy down the
street.
Conflict arises as Jesus begins
to define himself in a new way.
When he compares himself to the
ancient prophets Elijah and Elisha
the tensions grow. The tensions
multiply when Jesus begins to tell of
a new mission for God’s people:
the good news of the scriptures is
intended for all.
In his famous passage from the
First Letter to the Corinthians, St.
Paul reminds us of the eternal nature of love. Love does not come to
an end. In today’s readings, we are
reminded that, like love, Jesus’ mission cannot be contained. Jesus
slips through the crowd of persecutors and moves on to new challenges. We are called to this same
perseverance in the name of love.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
CUARTO DOMINGO
WEEKLY EVENTS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
3:30 PM Reconciliation
5:00 PM MASS
Presentation of the Lord
Confessional
Louis, Jimmy & Rodney Alpe 
FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE
6:30 PM  Activity Center
FEBRUARY 3
4TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS
John Patton 
Coffee & Donuts
Corry Hall
AM Religious Education
as assigned
Baptism
Chapel Center
MASS
Baby Andrew Parent 
Legion of Mary Curia
Rm 225
MASS IN SPANISH
All the People
Natural Family Planning: Oloffson
Rm 266
50th Wedding Anniversary Blessing:
Chapel Center
Jose & Raquel Garcia
3:00 PM PM Religious Education
as assigned
3:00 PM Life Teen Youth & Parent Meeting
Rm 152
5:00 PM LIFE TEEN MASS
Richard Coughenour 
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Weekday
Dc. Bob & Marie Morris (SI)
6:30 AM MASS
10:00 AM Bible Timeline Study
Rm 225
5:30 PM Legion of Mary
Rm 225
6:30 PM Matthew Bible Study
Rm 225
6:30 PM Spiritual Growth (Spanish)
Rm 254
7:00 PM Sr. High Retreat Planning Meeting
Rm 152
TUESDAY,
FEBRUARY 5
St. Agatha
Megan Sturgeon (SI)
8:30 AM MASS
7:00 PM Gregorian Schola
Rm 225
7:00 PM RCIA
Rm 225/Nursery
8:00 PM Men’s Basketball
Activity Center
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6
St. Paul Miki and Companions
8:30 AM School Board
Rm 262
9:00 AM MOMS
as assigned
5:30 PM Reconciliation
Confessional
6:00 PM MASS
Veronica O’Brien (SI)
6:30 PM Wed. Religious Ed
as assigned
6:45 PM Exposition & Adoration until 9:00 PM
7:00 PM CYM-Loft
Rm 152
7:00 PM Rushing Waters Prayer Group
Rm 166
7:00 PM Small Faith-A. Johnson
Rm 153
7:00 PM Traditional Choir
Chapel Center
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7
Weekday
Chapel Center
6:45 AM Liturgy of the Hours
10:00 AM Matthew Bible Study
as assigned
6:00 PM Reconciliation
Confessional
6:30 PM Bible Timeline Study
Rm 253
6:30 PM Catholic Kids Camp Leadership
Rm 251
6:30 PM KofC Rosary
Rm 225
7:00 PM KofC Monthly Meeting
Rm 225
7:00 PM MASS IN SPANISH
Fr. John ’s Intention
FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 8
St. Jerome Emiliani
Lisa Tice (SI)
8:30 AM MASS
9:15 AM Friday Adoration until 9:00 PM Devotional Chapel
5:30 PM Charismatic Prayer (Spanish)
Rms 225,250-1
7:00 PM EDGE Social: Pizza & a Movie
Rm 150
SUNDAY,
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM
1:30 PM
2:00 PM
2:30 PM
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DEL TIEMPO
ORDINARIO
ALWAYS
IN OUR PRAYERS John & Bette
Beckmann, George Franks, Jennifer Hall, Les
Harris, Tom January, Rita Keever, Kathryn
Lookadoo, Janice Bartholomew Montgomery,
Rachel Schwartz & Family, and Travis Steelman.
PLEASE
PRAY FOR Enrique, Andrea &
Miranda Alfaro, Faith Anderson, Frances
Anderson, Mary Louise Baier, Shelly Bohack, Pam Brewer,
James & Christine Carow, Tom Connell, Mickey Cooper,
Donna Davis, Anna Deppe, George Franks, Nettie & Lou
Frasca, Michael Gesn, Alex Gibson, Billy Henderson, Lorna
James, Rachel Kirk, John W. Krim, Stephen Krim, Bobby
Long, Patricia McGuire, Aaron Michaels, John Moll, Bettye
Moon, Veronica O’Brien, Susan Reed, Rachel Schwartz &
Family, Stephen Stubbs, Doug Stueber, Anna Turner, Jamie
Warren, Dr. Rita Zelei, and all parishioners, friends and family facing disease or suffering.
AND
OUR MILITARY SSgt. Timothy Brake, USMC, Ssgt Brian
Duchek, ANG, Capt. Nicholas Toney, USA, and AMN
Joshua Zarbaugh, USAF.
Please email Lydia at [email protected] or call 442-0890
x202 to add a name to the bulletin prayer list. Names in the
“PLEASE PRAY FOR” section go off the list after four Sundays. If
you would like a name to remain longer, please just call.
PHONE PRAYER TREE
If you have an urgent prayer request,
please call:
• Ann Covey at 575-9497
• Claudette Warren at 442-7965
• or Rosa Maria Diaz (Spanish) at
502-8564.
TIME TO BRING PALMS IN
SATURDAY,
7:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
2:30 PM
3:30 PM
5:00 PM
Lent is upon us! Please bring your palms from
last year and place them in the container at
the main entrance. We will burn them for the
ashes used on Ash Wednesday. Thanks!
FEBRUARY 9
Men’s Bible Study
Rm 229
40 Days for Life Training
Rm 225
Baptisms in Spanish
Chapel Center
Men’s Prayer Group
Rm 225
Reconciliation
Confessional
MASS
Rita Ferrell 
Fiesta and Silent Auction
6:00 PM Activity Center
SUNDAY,
9:00 AM
10:15 AM
10:15 AM
11:30 AM
1:30 PM
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
FEBRUARY 10
5TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
MASS WITH RITE OF SENDING
Charles Averett 
Coffee & Donuts
Chapel Center
AM Religious Education
as assigned
MASS
Louie Tognoli 
All the People
MASS IN SPANISH
PM Religious Education
as assigned
LIFE TEEN MASS
Rae Myers 
Just Dessert
Off-site
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
PARISH MEETINGS & EVENTS
SCHOOL BOARD will meet Wednesday, February 6, at 8:30
a.m. in Room 262.
THE KNIGHTS
OF COLUMBUS will hold their monthly meeting Thursday, February 7. Rosary is at 6:30 p.m. in Room
225. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. Any male parishioner,
18 or older, is welcome to attend.
THE SCHOOL FINANCE COMMITTEE will meet Tuesday,
February 12, at 6:00 p.m. in the Library.
FINANCE COUNCIL will meet Tuesday, February 19, at
6:30 p.m. in the Library.
FOR PARENTS will be Tuesday,
March 5, at 6:00 p.m. in the Library with Deacon Bud Baldwin. Please call Lydia at 442-0890 x202 to register. We will
not have a baptismal prep class in February, and we will not
celebrate Baptisms during Lent.
MUSIC TEACHER NEEDED
St. Joseph Catholic School is looking to hire a music teacher
for our PreK3-grade 7 program. Responsibilities include instructional music, middle school band and middle school
choir/drama. Additional responsibilities include accompanying the Angel Choir, which is an after school activity with
some weekend commitments. Preference will be given to
Catholic applicants and those who can play the piano. Interested applicants are asked to send a resume, a letter of interest and three references to Principal Marcia Diamond at
[email protected] or by dropping them off at the school
office. The position will be filled as soon as soon as a qualified applicant is identified.
BAPTISMAL PREPARATION
WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP
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Women of the Parish, back by popular demand,
the February Women's Fellowship meeting is
Everything Chocolate, in honor of Valentine's
Day. We will also have a special guest, parishioner Mary Haney speaking about "The Holy
Spirit in Personal Relationships." Plan to come, and bring a
friend, on Thursday, February 14, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in
the Parish Life Room. As always, it is free, it's fun, the food is
de-lish and all we need is YOU!!!!
For more info, contact Terri Pesnell, [email protected]
CONVALIDATION
MARRIAGE PREPARATION DAY
For couples married in a civil ceremony
and preparing for marriage within the Church
Couples considering marriage must have the approval of
their pastor before attending. Topics include: Sacrament of
Marriage, Family of Origin, Finances, Communication, Married Intimacy, Parenting in Today's World, Spirituality, and
Natural Family Planning. Saturday, February 9, 2013 at St.
Joseph's in Conway. Cost: $50 per couple. To register,
please call the Family Life Office 501-664-0340, x353 or
download registration form at www.dolr.org.
Flower Fund
A donation for today’s altar flowers
has been made by
Sharon & Gordon M iller
in loving memory of
Baby A ndrew Parent
To donate to the Flower Fund, contact Amy Mathews
at 442-0890 x244 or [email protected]
SENOIR RETREAT
We are planning a Senior Retreat for high school graduating
seniors for March 2-3. A planning meeting is scheduled at
7:00 p.m. on Monday, February 4, in the Youth Ministry
room. We are looking for the following:
• Graduating seniors—we want your input in the content of
the retreat
• Adult chaperones/facilitators—adults to help with the
retreat/bring your ideas
• Sophomores and juniors—we need a small team of
sophomores and juniors for behind the scenes work
If you are interested please come to the meeting. If you have
questions, contact Grace Johnson at [email protected] or 479-521-2226.
From February 13 through March 24, you’re
invited to join other Christians for 40 Days for
Life – 40 days of prayer and fasting for an
end to abortion. You’re also invited to stand
and peacefully pray during a 40-day vigil in
the public right-of-way outside Planned Parenthood in Fayetteville, and also to help
spread the word about this important community outreach.
Mark your calendars for these upcoming events. Pro-life signs
will be available for purchase at each event.
• TRAINING SESSION: If you have not already attended
one, or if it's been a while since your last training, we
highly recommended that you attend this session. Training will include information pertaining to where to park,
where to stand, what you legally can and cannot do,
abortion, Planned Parenthood, and pregnancy.
The next training will take place on Saturday, February 9,
10:00-11:30 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church in Fayetteville.
Go to the main entrance, and signs will direct you to the
Parish Life room.
• KICKOFF RALLY will be Tuesday, February 12, at 7:00
p.m. in front of Planned Parenthood. Join us for a night
of prayer, praise, and inspirational talks! This is also a
good event to attend to learn where to stand and park as
there will be many of us out there.
If you’d like more information, especially if you’d like to volunteer to help, please contact: [email protected]
or visit www.40daysforlife.com/fayetteville.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
ASH WEDNESDAY MASS TIMES
Lent will be here before we know it! Ash Wednesday Mass
times are 6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in
Spanish. The Wednesday Mass crowd needs to especially
note the earlier time on Ash Wednesday.
CUARTO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO
ORDINARIO
CASA
“Open your hearts in welcome!” This weekend the 2013
Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal will begin. We ask that
you prayerfully welcome this opportunity to give in support of
the overall needs of the Church in our area of the Diocese.
Our parish goal is $65,431.80.
ARKANSAS CATHOLIC
SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE
What’s Happening
Students enjoyed a Catholic Schools
Week like no other this year with special out of uniform days, an opportunity to make Valentines Day cards for
residents of area nursing homes, they
prayed the rosary for Vocations, and
adopted Seminarians in our Diocese
to write to or contact through email. Many thanks to our
parish family for all the love, financial support and prayers
provided to our parish school. Catholic Schools do raise the
standards, and therefore, make our churches stronger!
Registration
Have you considered a Catholic education for your PreK 3
through 7th grade children? St. Joseph offers all the academic subjects that public school students have, as well as
phys. ed., music, technology, art, library and Spanish. Middle school students also have Latin! What is most important
is that they also have religion as part of the regular curriculum. Students have Mass two days a week, morning prayer
all together three days a week, religion instruction, and morals and values reinforced throughout the curriculum.
St. Joseph Catholic School began registration this past week
for current families, and registration for newly entering
Catholic families begins Monday, February 4, at 8:30 a.m.
Registration for all interested families (including nonCatholics) begins on Monday, February 11, and are taken
on a first come-first served basis until classes are full. If you
have a PreK child, a Kindergartener not currently in our PreK
program, or you are looking to register your children who
are currently in other schools in the area, please give us a
call at 442-4554 to schedule a tour and have questions
answered. We look forward to hearing from you!
ATTENTION:
CATHOLIC BUSINESS OWNERS,
MANAGERS AND SALES REPS
Arkansas Catholic will publish its Business Directory listing
businesses that are owned or managed by Catholics in May.
Those listed must be Catholic and provide a product or service for consumers or other businesses. All subscribers to Arkansas Catholic will get the directory for free. Plus, listings will
be searchable throughout the year in an online directory at
www.arkansas-catholic.org.
The listing deadline is February 15. Enter your free listing
online at www.arkansas-catholic.org. For more information,
call 501-664-0125.
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PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
Arkansas Catholic is holding a contest to choose a photo for
the cover of the 2014 diocesan directory. Any professional or
amateur photographer in Arkansas can enter their photo of a
Catholic church or institution in the diocese. March 15,
2013, is the deadline to enter the contest. Complete rules
and an official entry form are available on the Arkansas
Catholic website, www.arkansas-catholic.org. For more information, call Emily Roberts at (501) 664-0340.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
JOB OPENING—PRINCIPAL
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School in Rogers, AR is seeking
applications for the position of Principal. St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic School is a vibrant PreK–8th grade elementary school
located in Northwest Arkansas with a student enrollment of
320+ students. The candidate must have demonstrated leadership ability in past or present educational assignments and
be a practicing Catholic actively committed to developing a
faith community. The candidate should be able to verbalize
and clarify a philosophy of Catholic education consistent with
Church teaching. Preferred qualifications include five or more
years of teaching or administration, part of which was served
within a Catholic school system, and a master’s degree or its
equivalent in educational leadership. Spanish speaking a
plus. Interested parties should send a letter of interest and
resume with names of references to: [email protected]
BEGINNING EXPERIENCE
Widowed? Divorced? Separated? There is a
special heartache for those who find themselves single again. The truth is no one has to
suffer alone, and although life may never be
the same, it can be very good again. Allow yourself to experience a weekend away for a lifetime of change. Attend the
Beginning Experience weekend retreat at St. Scholastica Retreat Center in Ft. Smith, February 15-17. For more information contact Diane at 870-265-6322 or Debi at 479-2676905 or our website at beginningexperience-ar-ok.org.
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
Support Our Parish School!
St. Joseph’s Catholic School is hosting their annual
Fiesta and Silent Auction
Saturday, February 9, 6:30 p.m.
in the Debriyn Family Life Center
Please join St. Joseph School in the Debriyn Family Life Center for a night of adult-only
fellowship and authentic Mexican food prepared by our parents and parishioners! Bid
on many fabulous silent auction items, as well as popular live auction items such as a
delicious Indian dinner with Father John, prepared by Father Ravi. In addition, there
will be music, margaritas, wine and beer, all included with the purchase of your ticket.
Tickets will be on sale for $25 per person after weekend Masses beginning January 26
through February 3.
This event is our main PTO fundraiser for the year. Participating in this event is one of
the best ways that you can support your parish school. The funds raised from the
2013 Fiesta Silent Auction are being put toward technology in the classrooms, as well
as scholarships for students.
If you or your business would like to donate a service or an item to be auctioned at the
event, please contact PTO or the Fiesta Committee members listed below and a representative from the Silent Auction Committee will contact you and assist you with your
item of donation and to answer any questions. A donation tax receipt form will be
available for you records.
Thank you for your support and for your donations!
For more information or questions, please call or email:
Dina Davis-Barnes @ 479-283-5767, [email protected]
Laurie Brady @ 479-530-4236, [email protected]
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME
Pizza and a Movie!
EDGE Night—February 8
Join us from 7:00-10:00 p.m. on Friday, February 8, for Pizza and a Movie!
EDGE Teens planned this event at their
last session. More information to come!
Cost is $7.00. Please RSVP to Elizabeth
Garrett at [email protected] or
479-236-4011.
NWA FRASSATI SOCIETY
The NWA Frassati Society is for Catholic young adults ages
21-39 to come together to learn, fellowship and socialize. We just began a new Bible study on the Catechism on
Monday evenings at St Joseph's in Tontitown. We will be
hosting a Theology on Tap on Tuesday, February 19, at Hog
Haus in Fayetteville and a "Feast with Frassati" on Thursday,
February 28, at Marketplace Grill. To learn more about the
group and our events, please contact [email protected] and check out nwafrassati.com. Thanks!
A LIFELINE FOR TROUBLES MARRIAGES
Do you know of a marriage in trouble? Are better communication and conflict management
skills needed? Retrouvaille is a program designed
to help heal and renew troubled and hurting marriages. It is a relationship-building program with
the main emphasis on communication between
husband and wife. Separated and divorced couples are also encouraged to attend. The next
Retrouvaille weekends are: St. John Center, Little
Rock, AR, on February 15-17 (call 501-8357537) and Tulsa, OK, on February 9-11 (call 918-6957010). Contact www.HelpOurMarriage.org or the Family Life
Office at 501-664-0340 x353 or register online at
www.retrouvaille.org.
ST. JOSEPH PLAYGROUP
We are a group of Moms in the parish who get together a
few times a month on weekday mornings to socialize and
give our children opportunities for play. We have play dates
at our houses or in public places like parks or pools. Please
email Beth at [email protected] if you would like to
join the email list to learn more about our activities. Hope
you will join us!
SQUIRES CORNER
Thanks to the Squires who helped invest a new
Squires circle at Subiaco on February 2 and
those who ushered the 9:00 a.m. Mass on February 3. The Squires will assist with waiting tables at the Fiesta on February 9. On February
15 we will help at the Lenten Fish Fry. We will
also do another Barnhill Arena cleanup on February 22. Our
next monthly meeting will be February 23 in room 225.
Are you a boy ages 10-18? Do you want to make friends
while strengthening your relationship with God through helping the community? Then come join the Squires! If you would
like to learn more, please contact Chief Squire, Alex Wolf at
[email protected] for further information.
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CUARTO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO
ORDINARIO
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Jesus came into the world to bring the good
news, to proclaim liberty, give the recovery of
sight, and free the oppressed. Jesus is the same
yesterday, today and always! Are you letting Him
proclaim the good news to you? Allowing Him to
proclaim liberty, open your eyes and lift oppression in your life and in your marriage? Listen to
God’s voice and let Him strengthen, renew, rekindle and enrich your marriage sacrament. The next Worldwide Marriage
Encounter weekend is February 15-17, 2013. Space is limited! For more info or to apply contact Elaine & Steve Lienhart
501-312-1119 or [email protected]
ROMANTIC DINNER DATE
for Married and Engaged Couples
Celebrate your love for one another! Featuring a candlelight dinner & talk on “The
Gift of Marriage,” Friday, February 15, at
O'Connell Lounge, 2500 N. Tyler in Little
Rock. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.
and will include salad, fish or vegetarian
entrée, vegetable, bread, dessert, coffee
and wine/sparkling cider. Space is limited.
Reservations are required. $60 per couple. The deadline for
reservations is Wednesday, February 13. Make checks payable to: Family Life Office 2500 N. Tyler, Little Rock, AR
72207. For more information and/or reservations call 501664-0340 x353 or email [email protected]
WOMEN’S DISCERNMENT
We are a group of young
women seeking to discern
what God is calling us to do
in our lives. With the support
of a community, we hope to
deepen our knowledge of
religious charisms and our
personal relationships with
Jesus Christ. We meet once a month at St. Johns for a moment of prayer and teaching, then travel to the convent or
religious community we are learning about. We spend the
day doing volunteer work and praying with the sisters we visit.
There will also be opportunities to speak to a religious for
spiritual guidance. For: Any girl 16-30 yrs. wishing to learn
more about religious discernment. First Meeting will be held
at St. John’s in Little Rock at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, February16, in the Morris Hall Chapel. We will be working with the
Missionaries of Charity. Contact: Christy Fili at 501-5488570 or Juliane Pierini at 501-517-1064 or email [email protected]
POST-ABORTION SUPPORT GROUP
Do you feel alone, hurting or unforgiven from a past abortion? The Respect Life Office, through Project Rachel, is starting a support group, beginning February 18, 2013. The
spiritual journey lasts 11 weeks, with small groups of 6-8.
Groups will be formed in Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Hot
Springs. All names and meeting places are strictly confidential. For details call 501- 664-0340 x357. All inquiries must
be made by February 18, 2013.
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
Congratulations to our children who received the
Sacrament of Penance
for the first time on Friday, February 1, 2013
Muchas felicidades a todos nuestros niños
que recibieron el Sacramento de la Penitencia
por primera vez el viernes 1 de febrero, 2013
Rosa Esmeralda Aldana
Abigail Lynn Allison
Carmen Maria Avila
Diana Ayala
Jorge Arturo Ayala
Luis Osvaldo Ayala
William Christopher Baltz
Taylor Ann Barnes
Alondra Dayana Barron
Anna Katherine Bishop
Lauren Kennelley Bishop
Mark Henry Brady
Emmet William Brick
Juliana Elise Britt
MaryEllen Olivia Brown
Andrew John William Bullifent
Hector Burciaga, Jr.
Juan Carlos Burciaga
Zitlalic Burciaga
Grace Burney
Simon Burney
Katherine Virginia Casey
Julia Grace Chimka
Caroline Grace Coussoule
James Curtis Crigler
Edgar Alexis Delgado
Georgianna VanLear Dighero
Jesse Anthony Duarte
Mark Anthony Duarte
Carter Davis Edmiaston
Pablo Josue Espino
Asia Maria Fernandez
Encarnacion Fernandez
Jairo Fernandez
Karen Evette Figueroa
Gonzalo Flores
Fabiola Gallardo
Paulina Gallardo
Laura Anne Gillmeister
Israel Gomez
Miriam Guadalupe Gomez
Alexa Valery Gonzalez
Itzel Yazmin Gonzalez
Juliocesar Gonzalez
Alejandra Grana
Alexis Grana
Jonathan Rene Granados
Julia Susan Gunnell
Beatriz Gurrola
Emily Gurrola
Graceanne Marie Heckathorn
Genaro Hernandez, Jr.
Miguel Angel Hernandez
Sofia Hernandez
Guadalupe Herrera
Jackson Aaron Holmes
Zachary Allan Holte
Carina Ibarra
Christian William Irwin
Grace Anne Johnson
Kylee Jean Johnson
Tanner Earl Johnson
Chayse Jones
Kristina Keenan
Anna Katherine Kieklak
Emily Catherine Knotts
Nora Fernanda Landeros
Avery Summer Leahy
Jonathan Leon
Brianna Celine Lopez
Logan Garrett Luebker
Peyton Locke Lyons
Hayden Cole Malloy
Luke Hamilton Marble
James Antonio Marshall
Leah Claire Martin
Gizell Martinez
Madeline Martinez
Michael Joseph Mathias
Matthew Brady McCoy
Salvador Antonio Mercado
Maximilian Mireles
Kylie Mollner
Ethan Joseph Mulder
Meg Morrison Nolen
Michael Dubem Ofodile
Jazmine Peralez
Henry Perez
Joahan Alexander Perez
Colin Pieper
Lily Elizabeth Pierce
Juan Antonio Pinon
Lily Pracht
Joseph Angel Ramirez
Ritchy Orlando Ramirez
Nayely Reyes
Davis Alan Richard
Lily Kay Riherd
Henry Calixto Rios
Christian Rodriguez
Roxana Michelle Rodriguez
Michael Raul Rojas
Valente Rojas, Jr.
Andres Sanchez
Jacob Ryan Shuler
Efrain Simental
Alan Joseph Stoll
Emma Clementine Taylor
Kate Taylor
John Thomas Tierney
Landon Harris Tierney
Edgar Fabian Torres
Ana Paula Valle
Oscar Rodolfo Vargas
Natalia Karina Villasenor
Sofia Camila Villasenor
Maxwell Thomas Vollmer
Samuel Braden Wells
Reany Kate White
Ella Kathleen Wilburn
Graham Patrick Witte
Beatrice Ruth Young
Alexander John Zeuthen
Please pray for our children as they prepare to receive Jesus in the Eucharist!
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FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
General Stewardship
20-Jan
27-Jan Drafts & Cards
Weekly Goal 23,971.00 23,971.00
---------Weekly Totals 16,304.48 20,366.75
Surplus/Shortage
Building Loan Activity
Monthly Goal
January Total
Surplus/Shortage
Remaining Loan Balance
Jan. to Date
95,884.00
84,250.41
-11,633.59
27,500.00
80,867.33
53,367.33
372,656.65
CATHOLIC BUSINESS OWNERS, MANAGERS AND SALES REPS
Arkansas Catholic will publish its Business Directory listing
businesses owned or managed by Catholics in May. Those
listed must be Catholic and provide a product or service for
consumers or other businesses. All subscribers to Arkansas
Catholic will get the directory for free. Plus, listings will be
searchable throughout the year in an online directory at
www.arkansas-catholic.org. The listing deadline is February
15. Enter your free listing online at www.arkansascatholic.org. FMI, call 501-664-0125.
ST. JOE PERSONALS
FULL OUT FITNESS, LLC brings you full-body bootcamp.
Individualized, progressive boot camp training regimen based
on the Nation Academy of Sports medicine personal fitness
training principles. $70 for 4 weeks of sessions beginning
Feb. 4. Space is limited so call now. 479-422-7822 or email
[email protected] us on Facebook.com/fulloutfitness
HOUSE CLEANING: Quality service, affordable prices, flexible schedule. Available mornings Monday-Thursday. Call
parishioner Juanita at 479-466-0578.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEK
Mon: Heb 11:32-40;
Fri:
Ps 31:20-24;
Mk 5:1-20
Tue: Heb 12:1-4;
Sat:
Ps 22:26b-28, 30-32;
Mk 5:21-43
Wed: Heb 12:4-7, 11-15;
Ps 103:1-2, 13-14, 17-18; Sun:
Mk 6:1-6
Thu: Heb 12:18-19, 21-24;
Ps 48:2-4, 9-11;
Mk 6:7-13
Heb 13:1-8;
Ps 27:1, 3, 5, 8b-9;
Mk 6:14-29
Heb 13:15-17, 20-21;
Ps 23:1-6;
Mk 6:30-34
Is 6:1-2a, 3-8;
Ps 138:1-5, 7-8;
1 Cor 15:1-11;
Lk 5:1-11
SERVING THIS WEEK
5:00 PM—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
Greeters Barbara Moore (next week Michele Sutton)
Ushers Joe Dressendorfer, Edward D. Connell,
Richard Maddan, Steven Worden
Servers NEXT WEEK Cami Sturgeon, Will Flurry,
Drew Sturgeon, Sarah Flurry
Lectors Frank Flurry, Laurie Brady
(next week Alicia Minden, Richard Lloyd)
EMCs
Sharon Busteed, Lynn Cleaveland, Dick
Lloyd, Brandon Long, Stacy Pederson,
Carin Schoppmeyer
EMCs TO THE SICK—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Don Brown, Hope & Phil Fredrich, Brandon
Long, Todd DeBriyn, Zola Moon, Betty
Rowe
HANDYMEN: Fencing, masonry, roofing, mowing, leaf removal, carpentry, and many other jobs. Parishioner father and
son, Jose Ibarra Sr. (479-502-4994 Spanish) and Jose Ibarra
Jr.(479-502-8169 English & Spanish). Free estimates.
EMCs TO THE SICK— NEXT SUNDAY
IS YOUR HOUSE INSULATED? TU CASA ESTA INSULADA?
ANGEL’S INSULATION does Fiberglass, Batt (attics), Cellulose, Crawl spaces, etc. Insured—Free estimates. 10 years
experience. Call Raul at 479-459-9625 or Marcela at 479799-5866.
9:00 AM—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
ARTUR’S LANDSCAPING: New installations on flower beds,
decorative mulch, fences, decks, ponds, carpet and wood
flooring. Extreme projects like electrical, plumbing, concrete,
walkways, patios and fireplaces etc. Please Call (479) 4447784 or (479) 422-1093 or email [email protected] Free estimates commercial & residential. We are
insured.
COMPUTER SERVICES 25+ years experience. Don't pay
more. If your COMPUTER is RUNNING SLOW or has simply
STOPPED WORKING, let me check it for you. FREE PICK-UP
& DELIVERY, on-site service, remote support, VIRUS, MALWARE & SPYWARE REMOVAL, wired & wireless networking.
Software / hardware installation, upgrades & REPAIRS (PCs,
LAPTOPs, APPLE). Call EDWIN 479-799-9692. Microsoft,
Network+ & A+ Certified.
PERSONAL AD POLICY: We gladly accept personal ads. Please submit
ads two weeks in advance of the publication date to Lydia at
[email protected] or call 442-0890 x202. We ask $5.00 for an
ad to appear for two weeks.
Beth Ann Booth, Jean Dawson, Virginia
Hardgraves, Pat McGee, Kathleen Steinert,
Regina Stowe
Greeters T & S Villinski (next week Jack Otten)
Ushers Columbia Squires
Servers NEXT WEEK Thomas Brown, Caroline Elser, Jacob Elser, Charlie Nolen
Lectors Carol Laury, Spencer Scarborough
(next week Mike Huber, Virginia
Hardgraves)
EMCs
Hope Fredrich, Phil Fredrich, Allen Hauenstein, Michael Huber, Derald Logue, Helen
Mashie, Alicia Minden, Stephen L. Parker
11:30 AM—SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Greeters John Rago (next week J & T Dushan)
Ushers Gary Frala, Mark Draper, Denny Crawford, Joe Dushan, John Davidson
Servers NEXT WEEK Ramil Fitz, Arman Fitz, Delaney Dunahoo, Kenna Dunahoo
Lectors Mike Flynn, Tony Raben (next week Rudy
Trejo , Paula Thiessen)
EMCs
Julie Crawford, Terry Dushan, Judy Karnes,
Vaughn Knight, Ashley Traynham, Bonnie
Wolf
DON’T FORGET TO STAY CURRENT ON VIRTUS UPDATES
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CALENDARIO PARROQUIAL
INFORMACIÓN SACRAMENTAL
DOMINGO 3 DE FEBRERO
CUARTO DOMINGO ORDINARIO
9:00 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
10:15 A.M. CLASES EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
11:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
12:30 P.M. LIDERAZGO CARISMÁTICO
1:30 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL)
3:00 P.M. CLASES EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
2:30 P.M. CRECIMIENTOS
5:00 P.M. MISA JÓVENES
6:00 P.M. GRUPO JUVENIL 9° AL 12° GRADOS
Favor de llamar con, al menos, tres meses de anticipación. LA CLASE
PRE-BAUTISMAL ES UNA VEZ AL MES. Para ser padrino, es necesario
que: Haya cumplido 16 años, sea CATÓLICO, esté Bautizado, Confirmado, reciba el Sacramento de la Reconciliación con regularidad;
asista a Misa los domingos y Fiestas de Guardar, y comulgue. Los
padrinos deberán llevar una vida congruente con la fe y la misión que
van a asumir (vivir en gracia). Si son casados, deberán estar casados
por la Iglesia Católica (favor de traer el Certificado de Matrimonio
Religioso, no civil). Sin son solteros, deberán vivir en gracia y presentar los Certificados de 1° Comunión y Confirmación.
LUNES 4 DE FEBRERO
6:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
5:30 P.M. LEGIÓN DE MARÍA (INGLÉS)
6:30 P.M. CRECIMIENTOS (ESPAÑOL)
MARTES 5 DE FEBRERO
8:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
7:00 P.M. PLÁTICAS PRE-BAUTISMALES (ESPAÑOL)
MIÉRCOLES 6 DE FEBRERO
6:00 P.M. LEGIÓN DE MARÍA (INGLÉS)
5:00 P.M. CONFESIONES
6:00 P.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
JUEVES 7 DE FEBRERO
6:00 P.M. CONFESIONES
6:30 P.M. JUNTA DE LIDERAZGO CAMPAMENTO CATÓLICO
7:00 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL)
VIERNES 8 DE FEBRERO
8:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
7:00 P.M. GRUPO DE ORACIÓN “SAN JUAN BAUTISTA”
SÁBADO 9 DE FEBRERO
3:30 P.M. CONFESIONES
5:00 P.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
6:30 P.M. FIESTA MEXICANA ESCUELA SAN JOSÉ
DOMINGO 10 DE FEBRERO
QUINTO DOMINGO ORDINARIO
9:00 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
10:15 A.M. CLASES EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
11:30 A.M. MISA (INGLÉS)
12:30 P.M. LIDERAZGO CARISMÁTICO
1:30 P.M. MISA (ESPAÑOL)
3:00 P.M. CLASES EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
2:30 P.M. CRECIMIENTOS
5:00 P.M. MISA JÓVENES
6:00 P.M. GRUPO JUVENIL 9° AL 12° GRADOS
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BAUTISMO
CONFESIONES
Miércoles, 5:00 p.m. Jueves, 6:00 p.m. y Sábados, 3:30 p.m.
PRIMERA CONFESIÓN Y PRIMERA COMUNIÓN
FELICIDADES A TODOS NUESTROS NIÑOS QUE HICIERON SU PRIMERA CONFESIÓN EL VIERNES 1 DE FEBRERO.
LA PRIMERA SESIÓN FAMILIAR DE LA EUCARISTÍA será el domingo 3
de marzo a las 5:00 p.m. ó el lunes 11 de marzo a las 6:00 p.m. y es
para el niño que va a hacer la Primera Comunión y, al menos, uno de
sus padres. Preguntas, favor de comunicarse con Suzanne Krumpelman (en inglés) al 442-0890 x 241 ó con María Vázquez (en español) al
442-0890 ext. 242.
MATRIMONIO
Favor de llamar a las oficinas parroquiales con, al menos, seis meses
de anticipación.
UNCIÓN DE LOS ENFERMOS
En caso de una EMERGENCIA DE VIDA Ó MUERTE, favor de llamar a
las oficinas parroquiales al 442-0890 y activar el SISTEMA DE EMERGENCIA, marcando el número 5. Si no es una emergencia, y desea que
un sacerdote vaya a darle la unción de los enfermos, le suplicamos
que llame en horas de oficina, de lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m.
COMUNIÓN A LOS ENFERMOS
Si desea que llevemos la Comunión a un ser querido enfermo a casa
ó al hospital, llamar a las oficinas parroquiales.
ANULACIÓN MATRIMONIAL
Para informes de cómo obtener una Anulación Matrimonial, favor de
comunicarse con Marelisa Colberg (español) al 387-7987.
XV AÑOS
Favor de llamar a las oficinas parroquiales.
LISTA Y CADENA DE ORACIÓN
Si desea incluir el nombre de un familiar en nuestra lista de oración
del boletín, favor de llamar a la parroquia.
MISAS EN ESPAÑOL
DOMINGOS: 1:30 P.M. Y JUEVES, 7:00 P.M.
¿QUIERES SERVIR?
La Parroquia te necesita ¡Cristo necesita de tus manos, de tu tiempo,
de tu amor! Si te sientes llamado a participar, llama a Lucy Morlet at
442-0890.
FEBRUARY 3, 2013
FEBRERO 3, 2013
COMIDAS DE CUARESMA
¿Te gustaría ayudar a preparar TACOS DE PESCADO, camarones, arroz, atún para el viernes 22 de febrero? Cada
año, la iglesia vende comida los viernes de Cuaresma y la
Comunidad Hispana se unió a estas ventas el año pasado!
Necesitamos manos y donaciones. Los fondos recabados
ayudan a pagar la deuda del Centro de Actividades y Vida
Parroquial. Si te gustaría ayudar, llama a Lucy al 442-0890
ext. 203
FIESTA MEXICANA
El evento más grande para recabar fondos para nuestra
querida escuela de San José es la Fiesta Mexicana, que
este año se llevará a cabo el sábado 9 de febrero. Si quisieras ayudar con la preparación de ricos platillos típicos,
vamos a necesitar muchas manos para preparar comida
para 400 personas!!! Favor de llamar a Lucy Morlet al 4420890 ext. 203.
ENTRANDO EN LA CUARESMA...
La imposición de las cenizas nos recuerda que nuestra
vida en la tierra es pasajera y que nuestra vida definitiva
se encuentra en el Cielo.
La Cuaresma comienza con el Miércoles de Ceniza y es un
tiempo de oración, penitencia y ayuno. Cuarenta días que
la Iglesia marca para la conversión del corazón.
Las palabras que se usan para la imposición de cenizas,
son:
* “Concédenos, Señor, el perdón y haznos pasar del pecado a la gracia y de la muerte a la vida”
* “Recuerda que polvo eres y en polvo te convertirás"
* “Arrepiéntete y cree en el Evangelio”.
SUENAN LAS CAMPANAS
POR SU BODA!!!
FELICIDADES POR SU DECISIÓN
DE CONTRAER MATRIMONIO POR LA IGLESIA!!!!
Lo primero que necesitan hacer para comenzar el proceso
de su Boda, es llamar a la parroquia para hacer una cita
con el Padre Juan. En la entrevista, él les indicará el proceso a seguir. Uno de los requisitos para llevar a cabo su
Boda es la preparación pre-Matrimonial. Aquí en la Iglesia
de San José, contamos con el retiro anual “VIVIENDO SU
MATRIMONIO COMO SACRAMENTO” que se llevará a
cabo el sábado 9 de marzo del 2013 de 8 a.m. a 8 p.m.
Este retiro les ayudarán a comprender las responsabilidades de un Matrimonio Sacramental, así como los valores
espirituales de un Matrimonio Cristiano. Además, aprenderán técnicas y métodos que les ayudarán en su matrimonio, a reflexionar en sí mismos, y a apreciar más a su
pareja. El retiro tiene un costo de $50 por pareja e incluye
materiales de trabajo, desayuno continental y lunch. Si
piensan contraer Matrimonio este año, favor de llamar lo
más pronto a la parroquia y registrarse al retiro.
PLANIFICACIÓN NATURAL DE LA FAMILIA
El Señor Obispo Anthony Taylor, ha pedido que se implemente la Planificación Natural de la Familia como un componente necesario de preparación PRE-MATRIMONIAL. El
curso comienza el sábado 9 de febrero de 4 a 9 p.m. y tiene
un costo total de $30. Para mayor información o para registrarse a la clase favor de comunicarse a la Iglesia de San
Rafael al 756-6711.
EL AYUNO Y LA ABSTINENCIA
EL MIÉRCOLES DE CENIZA Y EL VIERNES SANTO SON DÍAS DE AYUNO Y
ABSTINENCIA. LA ABSTINENCIA OBLIGA A PARTIR DE LOS 14 AÑOS Y
EL AYUNO DE LOS 18 HASTA LOS 59 AÑOS. EL AYUNO CONSISTE
HACER UNA SOLA COMIDA FUERTE AL DÍA Y LA ABSTINENCIA ES NO
COMER CARNE. ESTE ES UN MODO DE PEDIRLE PERDÓN A
DIOS POR
HABERLO OFENDIDO Y DECIRLE QUE QUEREMOS CAMBIAR DE VIDA
PARA AGRADARLO SIEMPRE.
LA ORACIÓN: La oración en este tiempo es importante, ya
que nos ayuda a estar más cerca de Dios para poder cambiar lo que necesitemos cambiar de nuestro interior. Necesitamos convertirnos, abandonando el pecado que nos
aleja de Dios. Cambiar nuestra forma de vivir para que sea
Dios el centro de nuestra vida. Sólo en la oración encontraremos el amor de Dios y la dulce y amorosa exigencia
de su voluntad.
EL SACRIFICIO:
Al hacer sacrificios (cuyo significado es "hacer sagradas las
cosas"), debemos hacerlos con alegría, ya que es por amor
a Dios. Si no lo hacemos así, causaremos lástima y compasión y perderemos la recompensa de la felicidad eterna.
Dios es el que ve nuestro sacrificio desde el cielo y es el
que nos va a recompensar.
“Cuando ayunéis no aparezcáis tristes, como los hipócritas que desfiguran su
rostro para que los hombres vean que ayunan; en verdad os digo, ya recibieron su recompensa. Tú cuando ayunes, úngete la cabeza y lava tu cara para
que no vean los hombres que ayunas, sino Tu Padre, que está en lo secreto: y
tu padre que ve en lo secreto, te recompensará." (Mt 6,6).
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CAMPAÑA NACIONAL DE ORACIÓN
¡USTED puede ayudar a salvar vidas!
Del 13 de febrero al 24 de marzo, 2013, nuestra comunidad se unirá con más de 170
ciudades en 45 estados de los Estados Unidos en la más grande y prolongada movilización
pro-vida de la historia ... la campaña 40 días por la vida.
40 días por la vida es un esfuerzo pro-vida que consiste en:
•
40 días de oración y ayuno
•
40 días de vigilia pacífica y oración
•
40 días educando a la comunidad
Oramos para que, con la ayuda de Dios, este nuevo esfuerzo marque el principio del fin del
aborto en nuestra comunidad -- y en todo el mundo!
Ratifique su apoyo a la vida
Aunque todos los aspectos de 40 días por la vida son cruciales en nuestro esfuerzo por terminar con el aborto, el componente más visible es el de la vigilia y oración pacíficas fuera de
la clínica de abortos.
Usted puede ayudar haciendo un impacto al salvar vidas uniéndose a nuestra vigilia afuera
de la clínica de abortos:
Planned Parenthood
3729 N. Crossover Rd.
Fayetteville, AR
Contáctese
Contáctenos para informarse más de lo que ocurre, inscribirse en horas de vigilia específicas, o dejándonos saber si se siente llamado por Dios para servirle en este esfuerzo, por favor pónganse en contacto con el equipo local de 40 días por la vida más cerca de su domicilio:
Hilda Roldán
417-396-8865
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www.carmensellsnwa.com
Harris, McHaney & Faucette
3589 N. College Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72703
WELCOME TO MEXICO VIEJO
Mexico Viejo has been serving the
freshest Mexican food for over 8 years.
We’re fun, family friendly environment.
Family owned & operated which means
there is pride in every plate of food.
MEXICO VIEJO
Our
prices are lower than our bland and
Authentic Mexican
boring competitors. COME on in to
Cantina & Grill
St. Joseph Parishioner
Mexico Viejo and enjoy our warm
(479) 587-8181
atmosphere and fresh food.
In-Home, Non-Medical Care
for Seniors, New Moms,
Alzheimer’s Patients,
and those recuperating
from surgery
2131 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., Fayetteville, Arkansas
Rich Mycka
O: (479) 249-6295
St. Joseph Parishioner
C: (479) 799-1627
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Brinker
Heating & Cooling Services, Inc.
We Service All Makes & Models
Residential & Commercial
Over 25 Years Experience
Dale & Monica Brinker
HVACR #0085650
Traditional & Clear Braces
COMMERCIAL & 188 E. Township
RESIDENTIAL
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479
479
Fayetteville
(479) 521-8887
750-1655
530-3454
Dina R. Davis, O.D. Don Brown - St. Joseph Parishioner - Fayetteville
Optometric Physician
Siloam Springs
(479) 524-7804
Davis Eye Associates
Eye Exam
Richard McGinnis •• Complete
Contact
Lenses
www.stormsortho.com
Owner/Operator
Call us to schedule
your courtesy exam!
440900 St Joseph Church (A)
Commercial & Industrial - 24 Hour Emergency Service,
New Construction, Renovation, Retrofits & Alterations,
Energy Audits, Telecomm, Data, Security & Surveillance
3042 Market Avenue
Fayetteville, AR 72703
479-443-0000
Walk-Ins Available
Most Insurance Accepted
Located At J C Penney 695-2112
NWA Mall
Located At Sears 695-2152
NWA Mall
www.jspaluch.com
(479) 927-9400
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Specialize in Luxury Vehicles
• Foreign & Domestic
• Expert Color Matching
• Auto Body & Frame
• Insurance Claims
Serving NWA For 25+ Years
Phone: 442-2282 / Fax: 442-4882
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