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SAINT JOSEPH CHURCH
Roman Catholic Church
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
Vigésimo Primer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
August 24, 2014
24 de agosto de 2014
“Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.”
— Matthew 16:19
“Todo lo que ates en la tierra quedará atado en el cielo, y todo lo que desates en la tierra quedará desatado en el cielo”.
— Mateo 16:19
Mission Statement
We, the family of St. Joseph Church,
united in covenant with the Holy Trinity
through our Lord Jesus Christ in
Eucharist, have a strong devotion to the
Blessed Virgin Mary, pledge our fidelity
to the teachings of the Roman Catholic
and Apostolic Church, and to our Holy
Father in Rome.
Being a people of diverse cultures and
traditions we recognize the image of God
in every person we meet. We reach out to
help others in our parish and community
by responding to their spiritual , emotional, and personal needs.
We invite with open hearts all who
are united in the Catholic faith to join us
in the sharing of the Sacraments and
proclaiming the splendor of God.
Misión de la Iglesia de San Jose
Nosotros, la familia de la Iglesia de San
Jose, unidos en alianza con la Santisima
Trinidad atravéz de
Nuestro Señor Jesucristo en la Eucharstia,
tenemos una devoción muy fuerte a la
Bendita Virgen Maria; juramos nuestro
Santo Padre en Roma.
Siendo gente de diversas culturas y
tradiciones, reconocemos la imagen de
Dios en cada persona que conocemos.
Buscamos ayudar a otros en nuestra Parroquia y comunidad, respondiedo a sus
necesidades espirituales, emocionales y
personales.
Invitamos con el Coazón abierto, a
todos quienes estan unidos en la Fé Católica, a acompañamos a compartin
los sacramentos y a proclamar el esplendor
de Dios.
May 15, 2007
Celebration of the Eucharist
Celebración de la Eucaristia
Saturday-Sábado
Vigil Mass 5:30 pm
Sunday –Domingo
Mass English 8:00 am and 11:00 am
Misa en Español 1:00 pm
Daily Mass
Refer to schedule inside bulletin
Holy Days
Refer to schedule inside
bulletin
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Sacramento de la Reconcilición
Sacrament of Baptism
Sacramento del Bautismos
Infants:
Instructions for parents and Godparents,
please contact Parish Office at least
3 month in advance.
Religious Education
Religious Education en Español
RCIA (Adults)
Wednesday from 7:00 pm — 8:30 pm
Religious Education
Please check inside bulletin
Confirmation (Youth)
Sundays 9:30 am –10:30 am
Saturdays –Sábado
4:00 pm—5:00 pm
Sundays –Domingo
12:30 pm
Sacrament of
Matrimony —
Sacramento del
Matrimonio
Please contact our Church
office at least 6 months in
advance at 866-3030
Por favor contactarse con la
oficina parroquial con al
menos 6 meses de anticipación al 866-3030
42242 North Shore Drive, (P.O. Box 1709), Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Parish Office: (909)866-3030 Fax: (909)866-5087
Parish Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:00 am—2:00 pm
Parish Administrator: Father Eliseus Uju
Deacon Ralph Partida Jr., Deacon Jim Weber
Please come to Mass Early enough not to disrupt, Leave late enough not to insult,
And dress humbly enough not to offend
Parish Ministries List
AA — (12 Step) — Mark D. 909-912-5032
ADOPT AN AREA — Karl Ahee 951-365-9495
ADULT CONFIRMATON— Mike McIntire 909-866-4591
ALTAR SERVERS — Deacon Jim Weber 909-225-0736
ALTAR SOCIETY — Jacqueline Bakhos 909-567-9876
BAPTISMS — Call Office 909-866-3030
BEREAVEMENT COORDINATOR/FUNERALS —
BEREAVEMENT/GRIEF SUPPORT—
Dcn.Ralph Partida 909-866-3030—909-866-4137
BEREAVEMENT HOSPITALITY—Ed Signor 909-709-2547
CHURCH ENVIRONMENT — Dave and Donna Peters
CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP— Juliann Hilton 909-585-7314
CHOIR — Mark Dolan 909-912-5032
Patti Byrd 909-585-8443
CODA — Camisha 909-534-9429
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS — Eileen Hofer 909-956-4232
FINANCE COUNCIL — Fritz Iuppenlatz 951-532-6288
FOOD PANTRY — Dale Lissy 909-638-8205
HOSPITALITY — Judy Oakes 909-496-5755
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Ernest Ureta 909-708-6592
LECTORS — Eileen Hofer 909-956-4232
LEGION OF MARY— President , Shirley Westover 909-585-0382
Vice President , Elsie Bush 909-866-7313
LEGION OF MARY (SPAN.) — Margarite Villalobos 909-362-2175
LIBRARY — Celine Dodds 909-534-8542
MINISTRY OF WORSHIP — Patti Byrd 909-585-8443
NATIVE AMERICAN MINISTRIES — Dcn Ralph Partida, Jr. 909-866-3030
NFP- NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING —
Dcn. Ralph & Virginia Partida 866-3030 --866-4137
PARISH MAINTENANCE — Dcn Ralph Partida, Jr. 909-866-3030
PASTORAL COUNCIL —Evelyn Fonda 909-585-3690
PRAYER VINE — Office 909-866-3030
PRO-LIFE — Miriam McIntire 909-866-4591 or Norma Ruiz 909-585-5485
QUINCEAÑERAS —– Hermina Mangels 909-800-4705
REBUILT — Mark Dolan 909-912-5032
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION — Ann Licona 909-585-0691
RCIA- — Mike McIntire 909-866-4591, Ann Licona 909-585-0691
SAFE ENVIRONMENT POLICY COORDINATOR—
Gary White 909-519-7560
SAN JUAN PABLO II — Domingo Rojas 909-520-9064
SMALL FAITH COMMUNITIES — Elizabeth Iuppenlatz 951-532-1070
Evelyn Fonda 909-585-3690
SPANISH MINISTRIES —– Dcn. Ralph Partida 909-866-4137
USHER MINISTRY — Gregg Pilcher 909-520-9549
WEDDING COORDINATOR — Hermina Mangels 909-800-4705
WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP — Rebecca David 909-585-4417
YOUTH CONFIRMATION PROGRAM — Ann Licona 909-585-0691
DRESS CODE
Please remember when you get ready for Mass on
Saturday or Sunday to dress accordingly. Especially if
you are a Minister of any kind during Mass .
You are entering a place of worship.
Thank you so much
This Week’s Calendar
SUNDAY, AUGUST 24
Donuts and Coffee/Lemonade after 8am and 11am Mass
Religious Education — 9:15 –10:45 am — Hall
MONDAY, AUGUST 25
CODA — 5:15 pm-6:30pm —St. Joseph
AA Meeting — 7:30 pm –8:30 pm — St. Joseph
Rebuilt Meet. () — 7pm –8pm — OLG room
TUESDAY, AUGUST 26
Food Pantry — 9:00am — 11:00am — Food Pantry/God’s Gym
Women’s Faith Group — 9:45 am—11:00 am — Hall
(Second Tuesday of the month only)
AA — 6:00 pm — St. Joseph
San Juan Pablo II grupo— 7:00pm-9:00pm— Hall
Grief Support Group — (please call office)
Pastoral Council (first Tuesday of the month)
— 6:00 pm –8:00pm—Dcn. Office
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27
Choir Rehearsal — 4:30 pm –6:00 pm— Church
Spanish Choir Rehearsal —6:00pm – 6:30 pm— Curch
Legion of Mary (Spanish) — 6:30pm-7:30pm— St. Joseph
RCIA( Resumes September 3rd)— 7:00 pm—8:30 pm — Hall
THURSDAY, 28
Legion of Mary — 8:45 am, after 8 am Mass — St.Joseph
Knights of Columbus (second Thursday of the month)
— 6:00pm-8:00pm — OLG
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29
AA Meeting —11:00 am-12 noon — St. Joseph
CODA —12:30 pm –1:30 pm — St. Joseph
Stations of the Cross —6:00 pm-6:30pm — Church
AA Meeting — 7:00pm- 8:00 pm — St. Joseph
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30
Taco Fiesta — 6:30pm…..—Hall
MASS INTENTIONS
Mass intentions refer to the particular purpose for which a specific Mass is offered. This may be to honor God or thank him
for blessings received. But technically a Mass intention means
that the sacrifice is offered for some person (s) living or dead.
Also called the application of a Mass, it pertains to the ministerial fruits of the Mass. These fruits are both extensively and
intensively finite in virtue of the positive will of Christ. Other
things being equal, the more often the sacrifice is offered the
more benefit is conferred to the person who requested the Mass
and to person for whom the Mass was requested If you would
like a Mass intention for one of your loved ones (Rest in Peace
or Special Intentions),
Please come to the office.
The customary donation is $10.00
Wall of Remembrance
The Remembrance Wall located in our Memorial garden was constructed as a place to leave a lasting memorial for a
loved one. A plaque engraved with your loved one’s name may be purchased by filling out the form in the Narthex.
PRAYER VINE
If you or someone you know is in need of prayer, and would like to be on the prayer vine, please call the office at 866-3030
NEWS and OPPORTUNITY SCHEDULE
August
August
August
October
10
15
30
11-12
Religious Education starts
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary — Holy Day of Obligation ( 8:00 am & 7:00 pm Mass)
Taco Fiesta after 5:30 pm Mass
Bishop Barnes will honor our parish with his visit
Healing Broken Hearts-One
Weekend at a Time.
Helen Keller once said: “Your success and happiness
lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and
you, shall form an invincible host against difficulties.”
Sometimes situations and decisions from the past can
make us feel disconnected and alone. If you have emotional or spiritual wounds as a result of a past abortion,
please consider attending our upcoming Rachel’s Vineyard weekend retreat September 5-7, 2014. These
retreats are a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem
hearts broken by abortion and many of life’s circumstances. It’s an opportunity for women and men to experience God’s love, forgiveness and compassion. Participation is strictly confidential.
Let this be the
year to embrace a renewed sense of peace and hope as
you venture into a pilgrimage of healing. For more information, please contact Mary Huber at 909-475-5353
or
[email protected] or visit the
website Rachelsvineyard.org.
ST. JOSEPH CHURCH
VIDEO LIBRARY NEWS
St. Joseph’s Church in Big Bear Lake is blessed with
an extensive video/CD library for the benefit of its
parishioners. An undertaking which was started and
operated with the help of parishioner volunteers.
Through the years it has become an excellent resource
of Catholic doctrines for anyone who wants to deepen
their understanding of the Catholic faith.
Come by after Mass and check out our additions:
The Way (Martin Sheen),
Guadalupe( with English subtitles),
Passion of the Saints,
This is My Body (Bob and Penny Lord),
Exploring the Early Church Fathers ( Dr. Michael Barbers) and many more.
Volunteers needed to open the library for 20
minutes after mass once a month. Email
Celine D. : [email protected] or
call 909-534-8542.
1st Annual Taco Fiesta
Saturday, August 30th After 5:30 pm Mass
$6 per person
Chicken or Ground Beef Taco’s
Rice and Beans, Chips & Salsa
$4 Margarita's or Beer—$1 Lemonade &Water
Bring a friend!!
St. Joseph Monday Night Prayer Group
The St. Joseph Prayer Group meets every Monday evening in the Church from 6 until 8 pm. We continue to praise the
Lord, share answers to prayer and offer petitions, We offer intercessions for those in need of prayer and healing. Why
not consider joining us as the Lord touches our community in this Spirit led praise and prayer outreach?
For questions or information please call Gilbert Arroyo 585-5057, Diane Klitz 584-9806 or Julie Hilton 585-7314
Mass and Prayer Schedule
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12; Ps 96:1-5; Mt 23:13-22
Tuesday:
2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17; Ps 96:10-13; Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday:
2Thes 3:6-10, 16-18;Ps 124:1-2, 4-5;Mt 23:27-32
Thursday:
1 Cor 1:1-9; Ps 145:2-7; Mt 24:42-51
Friday:
1 Cor 1:17-25; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 10-11; Mk 6:17-29
Saturday:
1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21; Mt 25:14-30
Sunday:
Jer20:7-9;Ps 63:2-6, 8-9;Rom12:1-2;Mt 16:21-27
Baptism of the month of August:
Daniel Gerado Guadarrama
Yuliet Monique Guadarrama
Bryan Martinez
Estfani Natalia Millan
Metzly Yarel
Andres Silva
Vicente Silva Jr.
Welcome to Saint Joseph
SMALL FAITH COMMUNITIES
Small Faith Communities enable believers to
search for the face of God and develop a strong
union with Him and one another.
For additional information or to join a group
PLEASE CALL
Evelyn Fonda 585-3690 or
Elizabeth Iuppenlatz 878-3437
Saturday, August 23
Saint Rose of Lima
1:00 pm Wedding Mass—
Jorge Acosta and Diana Lopez
4:00 pm Confession
5:30 pm Mass — † John Tence (RIP)
Sunday, August 24
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time — Green
8:00 am Mass — †Joseph Bonadiman (RIP)
11:00 am Mass — Karl Bush (Special Int.)
12:30 pm Confession
1:00 pm Misa en Español — †Patricia Plattes (RIP)
Monday, August 25
Saint Louis, Saint Joseph Clasanz
7:25 am Rosary
8:00 am Mass — Michael Lucero (Special Inten.)
Tuesday, August 26
7:25 am Rosary
8:00 am Mass — Wyatt Family (Special Inten.)
Wednesday, August 27
Saints Monica
7:25 am Rosary
8:00 am Mass —
†Natalie Marie Cavanough (RIP)
after Mass expositition of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursday, August 28
Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church
7:25 am Rosary
8:00 am Mass — †Gregory A. Lynch (RIP)
Novena to our Lady of Perpetual Help
after 8 am Mass
Friday, August 29
The Passion of Saint John the Baptist
7:25 am Rosary
8:00 am Mass —
Saturday, August 30
1:00 pm Quincenaera — Cindy Silva
4:00 pm Confession
5:30 pm Mass —
Sunday, August 31
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time — Green
8:00 am Mass — †Chuck Knight (RIP)
11:00 am Mass — †Kristopher Weeger (RIP)
12:30 pm Confession
1:00 pm Misa en Español — †Patricia Plattes (RIP)
RCIA…..RCIA…..RCIA…..RCIA
RCIA will be meeting on Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Our Lady of Guadalupe
room beginning
September 3. RCIA is the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults and it
addresses the needs of those who would like more information about the Catholic faith or
have made the decision to join our Catholic family. The meetings are part of an ongoing conversion experience that lead to a deeper love and understanding of our faith. If you have a
friend, family member, or co-worker interested in discovering the beauty of the Catholic
faith, please invite them to join us on Wednesday. If you have additional questions, please
contact Mike McIntire at 866-4591 or Fritz Iuppenlatz at 866-3030.
Please pray for the health of the following
Por favor de orar por la salud de los siguientes:
Luz Aguileria
StuartAlexander
Patrick
Anderson
Lori Amicone
Ann Ruth
Stephen Armstrong
Wesley Armstrong
Timothy Armstrong
Michael Avilez
Mariah Baldwin
Alvin Benner
Silvino Bautista
Marion Borrell
Hyden Braneman
Gordon Brande
Mario Brandoni
Eileen Brandoni
Joan Brand
Barbara Brown
Cynthia Brown
John Bruechle
Luis Brutocao
Eunice Bylin
Ken Bourgeois
Kellie Bugley
Mary Burling
Maryan Burley
Rose Buscomi
Mary Pat Carothers
Gregory Carrothers
Todd Clements
Joe & Pat Costa
Melanie Crote
Sebastien Daniels
John Day
Greg Davis
Jason & Shady
Davis
Cash & Sydnie &
Summer Davis
Jon & Lisa Davis
Mary Davis
Brian Davis
Margie De Lany
Bob Esmay
Steve Faraci
Bonnie Fregoe
Kyson Frazee
Rick Fromm
Eddie Garcia
Lourie Garcia
Ramir Garamillo
Katie Green
Gary Greenleaf
Mike Greenleaf
Ester Gardner
Anna Griseavage
Jack & Fran Golden
Arlene Gonzalez
Frank Hayes
Haygod Fam.
Matt Halley
Sandra and Paul
Hartman
Elizabeth Herrick
Sally Henningfeld
Amy Herrera
Cesar Hernandez
Ann Hosfield
Michele Huffman
Jason Hurlbut
Fritz Iuppenlatz
Rainer Jaramillo
Brandon Johnson
Lindsey Johnson
Karissa Johnson
Jill Kammerude
Larry Keenan
Josie Kennedy
Ray Kent
Ari Kent
Ronda King
Ronald L. King
Mary Koker
Laura Kulisek
Renee Lanitabeebe
Ramon Lam
Wendy Lamb
Rick Lamb
Gary Laudy
Jessica Lee
Elisha Lee
Mary Lenz
Barb LeCroy
Patricia Lenzi
Catherine Liberto
Jessica Licona
Sarah Licona
Julia Licona
Vivien Liesmeyer
Arlen Lynch
Tera Little
Casey Loftus
Mary-Ann Lubecki
Margarita
Adeline Malak
Beau Marshall
Arthur Mallette
Matthew Massman
Monique Marshall
Suzanne Martinez
Sabrina McCleod
Adrian Mckee
Ian McKee
Miriam McIntire
Kim McDonald
Jackie Meistrell
Doris Meneses
Tim Mestas
Joe Messineo
Moriah Miller
Daniel Miller
Laurey Montague
Judy Moore
Gunner Gustavo
Morris
Jessica Marie
Murauka
Brandi Munson
Anna Neal-Gibson
Tom & Deanna
Neal
Arthur Negrete
John & Elly Nottle
Ruben Nunoz
Tabitha Oogjen
Tavin Oogjen
Augie Pagan
Julie Parks
Annilese Pedroza
Marie Penn
Stephen Perrone
Anne Pincus
Carlee Pixley
Keith & Elizabeth
Prescott
Steward Pritikin
Jeffrey Pritikin
Jodi Pritikin
George
Mark Probasco
Allen Potera
Antonette Ransdell
Toni Rini
Ken Romney
Ann-Marie Ruiz
Gilbert Saavedra
Carmen Saaveda
Adam Saunders
Robert Salseda
Patrick Salseda
Teresa & Ray
Sellan
Bill Sandstrom
Julie Schwieterman
Adriana Silva
Phylis Shackells
Julia Shepherd
Dick Speedman
Please pray for our
men and women in the Military and
Public Service:
Louise Strasser
John Strasser
John Stratton
Michael Spicher
Bob Schulte
Glenda Smith
Gail Stefas
Brian Stone
Rick Stout
Pat Swanson
Ron Taylor
Jana Taylor
Phillip Terrio
John Terranova
Denise Terranova
Robert Terranova
Addy Trexler
Joan Tipton
Raylin Torres
Spencer Joseph
Turner
Lori Van Dell
Martin & Eva
VanHolzer
Janet Wardell
John and Lou
Walker
Dcn Jim Weber
Vera Willie
Alice White
Meghan White
Gary White
Ron White
Dorothy Weger
John Wengen
Gayle White
Donald Wilkie
Lucy Katherine
Wright
Henry Wrobleski
Silva Ynzunza
Naty and Pedro
Zepada
Ellie
Lt. Luke
Grandma Pam
AddictedParents
Please let us know on
a monthly base if a
name should stay on
the prayer list, unless
prior arraignments
have been made.
AFC Derek C. Kern, Sgt Mjr. James Westover US
Army, , Erik Karpati US Army, , GSMFN Ryan H.
Befort US Navy, , Alexander Oogjen US Marine, ,
SSGT Aaron Botenhagen USMC, , DCC “SW” Jonathan Davis US Navy, PFC Ben Siep US Army, Tony
Espera , PFC Domonic Solomon, Sgt. Jason
Westerman US MC, , Kenny Langelier US Airforce ,Christopher Romero US Marine, , SSgt Cory Meeker, , Ian Salazar,
Marine, David Paul Bollier, US Navy, HT2(SW)(AW) Misty Garison US
Navy, Edwin Westover, Seamus Clark, US Army Kody Lynch, US Army
Matt Purcell, EO1 Robert Diaz Navy, Senior Master Sgt Andre R. Kreil
National Guard, FN Jillian Stock US Navy,
INFANT BAPTISM CLASSES —
ENGLISH AND SPANISH
Pre-Baptismal classes are offered for all parents seeking Baptism for
their infants. The class renews the spiritual awareness of parents and
godparents regarding their responsibilities in requesting Baptism for
their child. It also permits the parents and godparents to interact with
each other in a spiritual setting prior to Baptism and be sure that all the
paper work and other requirements are met.
The classes are; ($10.00 per person attending and $50.00 for Baptism)
For more information please call Deacon Ralph Partida at 909-8663030
CLASES BAUTISMALES PARA NINÓS EN
INGLÉS Y ESPAÑOL
CLases prebautismales, son ofrecidas para todos los padres
que desean Bautismo para sus ninos. Las clases renuevan el
conocimiento espiritual de los padres y padrinos a cerca de sus
responsabilidades en solicitar Bautismo para sus hijos. Tambien permite que los padres y padrinos se integren con cada
uno en un espacio espiritual antes del Bautismo y asegurarse
de que todos los documentos y otros requisitos esten en orden
Para mas informacion a cerca de estas clases llamar al
Diacono Rafel Partida al telefono 909-866-3030
Unción de los Enfermos:El Padre Eliseus continuará ofreciendo
Unción de los Enfermos a quienes esten en necesidad, el primer
Domingo de cada mes. Aquellos interesados deverán plenear en
atender:
Julio
5 en la misa de las
5:30 pm
Augusto
2 en la misa de las
5:30 pm
Septembre
6 en la misa de las
5:30 pm
Anointing of the Sick: Father Eliseus will offer Anointing of the
Sick to all who are in need on the first Saturday of each month.
After Mass
July
5th
5:30 pm Mass
August
2nd
5:30 pm Mass
September 6th
5:30 pm Mass
QUINCEAÑÉRAS
If you are thinking of celebrating your quinceaneras Mass,
you need to speak with Hermina Mangels 800-4705
Six month in advance
The classes will be offered two to three times per year.
QUINCEAÑÉRAS
Si peinsan celebrar su misa de 15 años, necesitan hablar con
Hermina Mangels, 800-4705, con 6 meses de anticipasion.
Las clases de 15 ra seran solo dos o tres veces al años.
Saint Joseph’s
is inviting anyone who wishes
to make the Sacred Heart of
Jesus
the center of their homes and
lives to call Mrs. Partida.
909-866-4137
La iglesia de San Jose
Esta invitando a todas los que de seen recibir al
Sagrado Corazon de Jesus como centro de sus
hogares y sus uidas. Para mayor informacion llamar
a la Sra Margarita Duran al telefono 909-362-2175
OUTREACH PROGRAMS
Temporary or Permanently
shut-in/disabled?
Can’t get to Mass ?
PROJECT RACHEL
There is hope and healing after abortion.
Do not feel alone.
If you or someone you know suffered
the loss of a child by abortion, a single phone call to
Project Rachel can be the first step on the path of healing.
Project Rachel has
professional counselors and priests that care and want to help.
Please call (800)794-7863
Let the Legion of Mary visit and bring Holy
Communion to you in your home.
Please give Shirley 585-0382 or Elsie 866-7313
a call for more information
IF YOU NEED A RIDE TO MASS
PLEASE CALL BIG BEAR TAXI- THE RIDE TO
AND FROM CHURCH IS OF NO CHARGE –
THE NUMBER IS 866-8294.
If you have emotional or spiritual wounds as a result of a past abortion, please
consider attending a Rachel’s Vineyard healing retreat. The weekend retreat
will combine discussions, spiritual exercises, the sacrament of reconciliation, a
Memorial Service and a Mass of Entrustment. Participation is strictly confidential and offers a beautiful opportunity to experience God’s love, forgiveness and
compassion. For more information please contact Mary Huber at 909-4755352/[email protected] or visit the website
www.Rachelsvinyard.org
FOOD PANTRY HOURS
TUESDAY 9:00 AM — 11:00 AM
Si usted tiene heridas emocionales o espirituales como resultado de un aborto en
el pasado, por favor consiere asistir un retiro da sanacion de La Vina de Raquel.
El retiro de fin de semana se combinara de discursos, ejercicios espirituales,
sacramento de reconciliacion, un Servicio Conmemorativo y una Misa de Accion encomendada. La participacion es estrictamente confidencioal y ofrece una
oportunidad precosia de experimentar el amor de Dios, el perdon y compassion.
Par mas informacion puede ponerse en contacto con
Mary Huber al [email protected] o visit la
pagina web www.Rachelsvinyard.org
GRATIS SERVICIOS DE CIUDADANIA
DE LUNES A CIERNES EN: CARIDADES CATOLICAS
1450 N “D” STR. SAN BERNARDINO
Para hacer una cita o obtener mas informacion sobre su peticion por
favor llamenos al telefono (909) 388-1243
de Lunes a Viernes de 8:00 am —4:00 pm
OFFERTORY REPORT: MONTH OF APRIL/MAY
Thank you all for your continued gifts of time, talent, and treasure to St. Joseph’s!
May God Bless you for your generous support
July 27
Plate & Envelopes
August 3
August 10
August 17
August
$5,032
$6,232
$5,255
$5,457
$
$
$
$
$2,766
$
Assistance to the Poor
R. E.
Pro-Life
Assumption
DDF –2014
Rice Bowl/Holy land
Nigeria
$80
$275
$1,426
$
$
$
$
$57
$840
$
$
$
$
$
$50
$829
$
$
$
$
$
$
$56
$
$1,462
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
TOTAL
$6,813
$7,129
$6,134
$9,741
$
Parish Pay/Monthly
If God is your Copilot
—Swap seats!
Do you own a Business or
provide a Service?
Would you like to advertise your business or service to
your
parish community?
J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. prints our bulletin every week, if your
interested in advertising please call Raul at 1-800-231-0805
Our Bulletin number is 513990
Many Thanks –
We wish to thank the business people who use our
bulletin for advertising their products and services.
We appreciate your support!
MASS TIMES NATIONWIDE
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Youth News
Love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength!
Youth Group will meet this Sunday the 24th at 7:30 for a movie night!
*you will need a permission slip
Upcoming RE Dates
You must attend a mandatory parent meeting before you can begin RE
The last date to attend is August 27 at 7:00 P.M.in the hall
RE classes meet in the hall from 9:30–10:30
The last day for late registration will be August 31 in the hall
If you are unable to pay for RE, you may do service for the church in exchange
MAKE SURE TO SIGN THE MASS ATTENDANCE SHEETS
Fechas de la Doctrina
Usted debe asistir a una reunión obligatoria con los padres antes de poder empezar RE
Por favor, asegúrese de asistir a la última junta en el salón:
27 de agosto a 7:00
La doctrina es en el salón en los domingos de
9:30 - 10:30
La última fecha de inscripción tardía es en el 31 de agosto
Si usted no puede pagar por RE, es posible que haga el servicio de la iglesia a cambio.
ASEGÚRESE DE FIRMAR LAS HOJAS DE ASISTENCIA EN MASA
EWTN AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS
PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
PAPAL VISIT TO SOUTH KOREA —
POPE FRANCIS travels to the SIXTH ASIAN YOUTHDAY and the beatification of 124 martyrs. August 14 –18 (TBA)
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 132ND SUPREME CONVENTION — LIVE from Orlando, Florida. August 5th—7th (TBA)
NEW: BE A MAN —
How a relationship with CHRIST reveals the meaning of a man’s life and his identity . August 18th—22nd at 12 AM & 3:30 PM. (5 Parts)
DVD
CATHOLIC ANSWERS LIVE —
A call in program designed to offer an opportunity to hear from and talk to leading theologians. Weekdays at 3 PM ( 2 hrs)
BAKHITA — A cinema presentation of the life of Josephine BAKHITA a young slave who became a Catholic, a nun, and a saint!
August 23rd & 30th at 5PM (2parts)
EWTN FAMILY CELEBRATION —
Meet your favorite hosts and make the 2014 celebration the best yet! It is being held in the BJCC Concert Hall in Birmingham, Alabama.
EWTN spreads the Gospel world-wide with its programs an enriches the lives of millions! August 23rd-24th DVD
EWTN is located with Charter cable on channel 165 , Direct TV on channel 370, Satellite on channel 261 and on the
internet at www.ewtn.com Please call Mary Burling if you have any questions 909-585-1882

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