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St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
ST. JOAN
OF
ARC
CATHOLIC CHURCH & SCHOOL
As a diverse Catholic community, we joyfully worship God, celebrate fellowship and care for our neighbor
with steadfast faith, confident hope and passionate love.
ALIVE IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST!
370 SW 3rd St. • Boca Raton • FL 33432
561.392.0007 • 561.392.0074 Fax
www.stjoan.org
Msgr. Michael D. McGraw • Pastor
Fr. Jimmy B. Hababag • Parochial Vicar
Fr. Tomasz Bochnak • Parochial Vicar
Fr. Vincent Byaruhanga • In Residence
Fr. Carlo DiNatale-Tarasi • Assisting
Deacon Bill Watzek
Deacon Michael Zatarga
Deacon Sam J. Barbaro
Parish Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8:30am to 7:30pm
Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday 9:30am to 2:30pm
School Office Hours
561.392.7974 • 561.368.6671 Fax
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Mass Schedules
Saturday Vigil: 4:30pm, 6:30pm(Spanish)
Sunday: 7:00am, 8:00am, 9:15am,
10:45am, 12:15pm & 5:00pm
Monday-Friday: 6:45am & 8:15am
Saturday mornings: 8:15am
Eve of Holy Days: 6:00pm
Holy Days: 6:45am, 8:15am,
9:15am, & 12:15pm
Holidays: Only one Mass at 9:00am
Baptisms
Sunday (English): 1:30pm
1st Saturday (Bilingual): 12 noon
3rd Saturday (Spanish): 12 noon
Confessions
Saturday: 3:15-4pm & 5:30-6:15pm
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APRIL 20, 2014
EASTER SUNDAY OF THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD
“JOHN SAW AND HE BELIEVED” JOHN 20:8
Alleluia! Today the Christian world celebrates the glorious feast of Easter - the greatest feast of the Universal Church as we proclaim with wonder and gratitude that Christ has risen from the dead. Though the disciples, including Peter and John,
did not witness the actual event, they all nonetheless believed and boldly proclaimed that He has risen. Indeed Jesus has risen!
Easter is the Feast of the Resurrection. And it is too much for us to digest in one day reflecting upon the unfathomable love of God
for all His children as revealed in the resurrection of His Son for Easter is an event without precedence, beyond everything, and almost
impossible to tell. That is why we have Easter Octave to give us time to reflect on our personal experiences of the Risen Christ. Only
after the Risen Lord appeared to them on many occasions that the disciples finally grasped the profound significance of Easter.
Although for unbealivers Easter may just mean an ordinary event that comes and goes, but for us Christians, Easter is the very
foundation of our Faith: Christ conquered sin and death thus restoring man’s original relationship with his Creator. May our personal
encounter with the life-giving touch and life-changing love of the Risen Christ powerfully empowers us to share our faith-filled
experiences with others and fill our hearts with joy not only during this Easter week but every day of our lives.
It is my ardent prayer that may the event of Easter be the day-to-day life of every believer. Amen. Alleluia!
Happy Easter and God Bless You All!
Fr. Jimmy B. Hababg
YOUR CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IN DOWNTOWN BOCA RATON
Diocese of Palm Beach
Office of Vocations
www.diocesepb.org/vocations
PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
April 20, 2014
Father, you call each one of us by name and ask
us to follow you.
Bless your Church by raising up dedicated leaders
from our families and friends in the Diocese of
Palm Beach, who will generously serve your people
as sisters, brothers, deacons, and priests.
Inspire us as we grow to know you, and open our
hearts to hear your call.
We ask this in the name of Jesus, Our Lord.
Amen.
MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 21, 2014
MONDAY – April 21
8:15am
Normand Guilbault
by Carole, Mary, Shirley & Sonia
Mel Carlough by Daughters
6:45am
Curtiss William Harter, Jr.
by Miriam Harter
8:15am
Steve Schnellenberger
by Mom and Dad
Conchita B. Hababag
by The 8:15am Gang
SATURDAY – April 26
8:15am
Alberto Macario
by Joseph & Katherine Colandelo
Albert Guarino by The Lopez
Vezino Family
4:30pm
Arthur Stengel by Wife, Marianne
Ed & Bea Palguta
by Daughter, Sheri
6:30pm
Jaime Calderon
by Luigina Calderon
TUESDAY – April 22
INDEX
PG. 3
- Pastor´s Message:
Beyond Our Easter Joy
PG. 4
- Wish List
- Weekly Treasure
- Parish Directory
PG. 5
- Parish Liturgy Committee
PG. 6
- Faith Formation
and Religious Education
PG. 7
- St. Joan of Arc Catholic
School at Boca's
Egg-A-Palooza!
PG 8, 9, 10, 11
- Family, Faith & Fun Day
PG. 12
- Pope to canonize Blessed
John XXIII and John Paul II
PG. 13
- From the Director of Parish
Social Outreach Ministries
PG. 14
- Softball Tournament!
Congrats!
- SJA Altar Servers
Appreciation Party
PG 15
- St. Joan of Arc Dad’s Club
- Woman of Grace
PG 16
- Pray for the Sick
- Deceased
- Overseas in the
US Armed Forces
PG. 17
- S.J.A. Ministries & Support
PG. 18
- Around our Diocese
PG. 19-20
- Ministerio Hispano
If you would like to be included in SJA's School Quarterly Newsletter mailings, please email us your name and address at
[email protected] or call the School Office
with your contact information
(561) 392-7974.
Thank you
6:45am
Curtiss William Harter, Jr.
by Miriam Harter
8:15am
Elsa Santacroce by The Family
Fred Goodyear
by The 8:15am Gang
SUNDAY – April 27
WEDNESDAY – April 23
6:45am
Curtiss William Harter, Jr.
by Miriam Harter
8:15am
George Richter
by Sieglinde Richter & Family
and Monika Brooks
Marie Paglianti by Corinee Lucido
THURSDAY – April 24
6:45am
Earl Bradley by A Friend
8:15am
Kevin Donnelly
by The Picinich Family
Salvatore Gelo
by Msgr. Michael D. McGraw &
The SJA Parish Family
FRIDAY – April 25
Dear Parishioners & Friends, When coming to
Mass, please note that additional Parking is
available across the street at Temple Beth El.
Thank you very much.
BULLETIN EDITOR:
PATTY DELANEY
*Please email Bulletin materials to: [email protected]
*We reserve the right to edit and publish such materials at our discretion
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6:45am
Sr. Maura Redington by A Friend
7:00am
Theresa Porpora by The Family
Josephine Ripa & Dominick Luca
by Lud & Jo-Ann Odierna
8:00am
Daoud Sabat by The Mack Family
Anthony Varrone by Marion Lavalle
9:15am
Ruth Edilia Cano Medina
by Beverly Bowen
Ronald Stell
by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Veltre
10:45am
Phil Brennan
by The Danciu & Hutto Families
Feyzi Bil by Joan Bil
12:15pm
Gilbert Handal by The Family
Merle McDonald
by Buddy & Kate Phelan
5:00pm
Herb Moniot
by Larry Lips Comb
Carlos Rodriguez
by Michael & Gina Nestico
SUNDAY READINGS
APRIL 20
(The Resurrection of the Lord)
Acts 10:34a, 37-43;
Col 3:1-4; Jn 20:1-9
PASTOR´S MESSAGE
BEYOND OUR EASTER JOY
T
oday we are filled with Easter joy. Our smiles and greetings of “Happy Easter” are symbols of our
interior deep joyfulness. We have journeyed with Our Lord through His sufferings, sacrifices, death and
Resurrection. We have tried to understand the depth of His faith and trust in His Father’s love. During
Lent we have also tried to imitate His loving obedience to His Father’s will. The immensity of His sacrifice to the
point of giving over His life for us is a challenge and invitation that we have struggled with as well. Finally His
selfless love for His Father and for us has set the standard for our efforts to purify intentions and reach out in love
toward God and neighbor. We have journeyed with the Lord, now we celebrate His victory.
It is important that as we have grown in faith, hope, and love during the Holy Season of Lent that we continue
to do so during the Easter season and beyond. Periods of intense and careful attention to our spirituality need to
be built upon. Advent and Lent are meant to give us stronger, deeper foundations for building stronger and more
heroic virtue. It is up to us to share our joy, to make a difference for the good and to keep Easter Resurrection an
ever present truth. We have died with Christ and have been re-born as new creations. Everything that we do as
Resurrection people has the potential to brighten and dazzle our world with the faithful love of God and the
inspiring vision of Jesus Christ Risen. Happy Easter! Joyful future!
- Msgr. Michael D. McGraw
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WishList
S T. J O A N O F A R C C H U R C H & S C H O O L
1. Tuition (full or partial) for a needy child for 2014-2015 school year.
2. Underwrite Religious Education
Classes for a Needy Child.
3. New plastic play equipment for the children of the
Mommy and Me groups for the backyard at the Ark.
Partial or complete donations may be made for any item
To donate an item call Wendy Horton, 561-952-2838
ANNULMENTS
Deacon Bill Watzek 561-952-2828
by appt. only.
MUSIC MINISTRY
Douglas Byers, 561-952-2856
Director of Liturgical Music
BAPTISMAL ARRANGEMENTS 561-392-0007
Deacon Bill Watzek (English) Baptism class
for parents 1st Thurs. each month, 7 pm.
561-392-0007
Constanza Preble (Spanish) Baptism class for
parents 3rd Tues. each month, 7 pm.
561-392-0007
PARISH MANAGER
Patricia Suau, 561-392-0007, ext. 2806
CARE MINISTRY 561-962-6000
COUNSELING CENTER
(Catholic Charities Satellite Office at SJA)
Maria T. Isava MA, LCSW - 561-215-0208
Conseling Director
Fanny B. Ramos, IMH - 561-777-6407
COUNSELING CENTER (Private Practice)
Pamela Diane Sigda, Ph. D. - 561-706-2277
COMMUNICATIONS MINISTRY
Patty Delaney, 561-952-2868
LIFE LONG FAITH FORMATION MINISTRY
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Constanza Preble, 561-620-6280
Bill Watzek, 561-952-2828
Religious Education - Sister Vivian Gonzalez,
561-392-0007, ext 2870
Office, 561-391-4345
Fax: 561-962-6002.
FAMILY LIFE MINISTRY
Tessie O’Dea, 561-952-2852
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY
Katherine Leach, 561-952-2858
HISPANIC MINISTRY
Constanza Preble, 561-859-4666
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
Deacon Bill Watzek 561-952-2828
WEEKLY TREASURE
Please note that due to early printer's deadlines we will publish the
Weekly Offertory Collections of April 12/13 and April 19/20
on the April 26/27 Bulletin. Thank you.
DIOCESAN SERVICES APPEAL
The 2014 Diocesan Services Appeal recently
launched in parishes across the Diocese of
Palm Beach. There are many ministries and
programs supported by this annual appeal.
Because of the DSA, and your generosity, the
Diocese can continue to support the many
aspects of our larger Church, including the
53 parishes and missions, and our 19 schools.
The DSA is the primary source of funding for
the Diocese, providing more than 70 percent
of the annual operating income. The strength
of our diocese comes from us recognizing
God’s gifts and sharing a portion of these gifts
for building up the Kingdom of God. Please
contribute to the Diocesan Services Appeal
and help us meet our Parish Goal.
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE
Laura Watzek, 561-393-0006.
Hours: Mon - Fri, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Sat, 9:00am to 5:30pm
Sun. 9 am to 1:30 pm.
SACRAMENTS
Anointing of the Sick and Elderly: First
Saturday of the month following the 8:15am
Mass. Please call the Parish Office to
request a priest if you are a patient at
Boca Regional Hospital.
SACRISTAN
Laura Watzek 561-952-2808
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL/SISTERS OF MERCY
Sr. Ellen Murphy R.S.M., 561-392-7974
Sr. Josephine Sullivan R.S.M.
Sr. Kathleen Sweeney R.S.M.
Sr. DeLourdes O’Mahony R.S.M.
SJA DEVELOPMENT MINISTRY
Wendy Horton, 561-952-2838
Diane Salerno, 561-952-2848
(Special Projects)
USHERS MINISTRY
Ken Meldonian 561-620-4884
WEDDING PREPARATION
Rosario Gonzales, 561-952-2854
6 Months notice required for marriages
HOMEBOUND/PASTORAL VISITATION
Fr. Tomasz Bochnak, 561-392-0007 ext. 2824
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As you all know, implementation of Our Journey Forward Strategic Plan has
gradually started. This implementation of our Plan will require the collaboration
of many parishioners with the Seven Goal Champion Teams. In this bulletin you will notice a Journey Forward Goal number next to every event, task or program
that points-out a pertinence to one of St. Joan of Arc’s Goals:
GROW IN LOVE
SPREAD THE GOSPEL
GROW IN SERVICE
GROW OUR RESOURCES
GROW IN FAITH
GROW OUR SCHOOL
GROW THE CHURCH
Please consider your role in working with Ministry Leaders, parish staff and
many of your fellow parishioners to create a future that will be energized
by the Holy Spirit and responsive to God's will.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE BY CREDIT CARD?
Forms are available at the back of the church or in the Parish Office.
You can earn frequent flyer miles on your contributions to St. Joan of Arc.
We now accept
most mayor
credit cards:
Happy Easter from
Msgr. Michael D. McGraw,
Clergy, Sisters and Staff
of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church & School
PARISH LITURGY COMMITTEE
DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY CELEBRATION!
“Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your
frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you
tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do. “ St. Pope John XXIII
This year’s celebration is extra special because the late Pope John Paul II who declared
that every Second Sunday of Easter is Divine Mercy Sunday will be canonized on
April 27, 2014, together with Blessed Pope John XXIII.
On Good Friday, April 18,we will start the First day of The Divine Mercy Novena in
the Chapel at 3:00 p.m. and continues each day through Saturday, April 26, 2014.
Please join us on April 27, 2014 at our Parish Church at 2:30 p.m. We will begin with
the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, pray the Holy Rosary, read a passage from
The Diary of Sister Faustina, have a Short Reflection, Sing the Chaplet of Divine Mercy
and end with Benediction.
Invite all your family members to join us in celebrating this Grace-filled Annual Divine
Mercy Sunday. There will be a Pot Luck Reception to follow in Mercy Center.
May St. Pope John Paul II, St. Pope John XXIII and St. Mary Faustina protect and
intercede on our behalf. Amen!
- Father Jimmy B. Hababag
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FAITH FORMATION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
SR. VIVIAN GONZALEZ,
Director of Faith Formation
(561)952-2870
[email protected]
Rosa Davidson,
Administrative Assistant
(561)952-2872
[email protected]
CALENDAR/CALENDARIO
IMPORTANT DATES
TO REMEMBER:
l Sunday Catechism sessions
will resume on Sunday April 27.
Wednesday Catechism sessions
will resume on Wednesday April 30.
Once a month Sacrament Preparation students should
come WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 FOR CLASS AT 5:00P.M.
l MAKE-UP MEETING for Parents of First Communion
children who missed the parent meeting of April 7th.
This meeting will take place on Wednesday April 30th
at 5:00p.m. in the Church.
l Please do not forget we need a copy of the
Baptism Certificate for all the Students in First
Communion and Confirmation Classes.
CONFIRMATION SPONSORS please turn in your
Sponsors Letter as soon as possible.
PRE- BAPTISM CLASSES
First Thursday of every month in English. Conference
Room A 7:00p.m. Next classes
May 1st and June 5th 2014
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE IS CLOSED ON HOLY
THURSDAY APRIL 17, GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 18 AND
MONDAY APRIL 21.
EN ESPAÑOL...
l Reunión para los padres y madres de Primera Comunión que no pudieron venir a la reunión del 7 de
abril. La reunión tendrá lugar el miércoles 30 de abril
a las 5:00 p.m. en la Iglesia
AVISO IMPORTANTE:
No olviden, volvemos a clases el domingo 27
de abril.
Volvemos a clases el miércoles 30 de abril.
Los estudiantes que se preparan una vez al mes para
los Sacramentos TENDRAN CLASES EL MIERCOLES 23
DE ABRIL A LAS 5:00P.M.
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MAKING AN EASTER FAMILY TRADITION
All the seasons of the Church’s
liturgical year are beautiful and
important. Perhaps Christmas is the
season around which families
develop the most traditions but
Easter is also a great season to
gather as family and learn more
about our faith. Creating traditions
and passing them on to the children is a wonderful
way for them to keep the faith in their hearts.
Here are some ideas to start your own Easter Family
Tradition.
Sharing New Clothes: It’s always fun to wear new
clothes and show them off. But teach the children that
they don’t get new clothes to show off to other kids
but to celebrate the new life of Christ. You may do this
by buying an extra outfit to share with a needy child
in the community.
Reading the Easter Story: Easter baskets full of
chocolate bunnies and goodies and egg hunts and are
always an exciting activity. But don’t forget to remind
your child of the real meaning of Easter, make it a
tradition to read a child’s version of the
story of Easter before opening the
Easter basket. And saying a family
prayer of thanksgiving for life.
Planting a new seed: In celebration of
the death, burial and resurrection some
families may enjoy planting seeds
either for a garden, or just for some
pretty flowers. Jesus talked about a seed needing to be
planted and die so that it can rise again with
multiplied life (John 12:24). This is a good object
lesson you can use to teach your children about Easter.
An Easter prayer tree: There are trees with Easter
themed ornaments, like eggs, ducks and butterflies.
You may want to create your own paper ornaments
and have each family member write a prayer of thanksgiving that can be used as blessings for the family meal
gathering during the Easter Season.
Sunrise Mass : Getting your children up early on Easter
Sunday and attending a sunrise mass can create great
memories. An early morning sunrise service will help
your family remember the beauty of that special day.
R.C.I.A. RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION FOR ADULTS
Congratulations to the adults who received
the sacraments of Initiation during the Easter
Vigil. They now begin the stage of
MYSTAGOGY.
The word comes from the Greek meaning “to
lead through the mysteries” or “to study/reflect
on the mysteries. In the primitive church it was a
period of post-baptismal catechesis.
The neophytes are those who were recently initiated
into the Church through the sacraments of baptism,
confirmation, and Eucharist. During the Easter season,
and often throughout the year after, they spend
time reflecting on the mysteries. But their
practice of mystagogy is simply participation in
what all baptized Christians are called to do. All
of us who are baptized, whether last year or
many years ago, are called to constantly reflect on
our experience of God, discern its meaning, renew our
commitment to our baptismal promises, and commit
ourselves to living those promises in the ordinary
events of our daily life. And the season of Easter is the
perfect time to do that.
FAMILY FAITH & FUN DAY, A GREAT SUCCESS!
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This year's Family Faith and Fun Day was a great success due to the
work of so many people. Special thanks to our Special Projects Office,
staff, volunteers, parents and our Generous Sponsors for keeping this
event affordable!
This day has become a much loved tradition and brings such great joy to
our parish young children and their families. Thanks to all for creating
an event that truly expresses our mission and life at St. Joan of Arc!
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ST. JOAN OF ARC CATHOLIC SCHOOL AT BOCA'S EGG-A-PALOOZA!
On Sunday, April 6 our SJA School participated in a community event at Mizner Park. Children of all ages enjoyed
a visit with the Easter Bunny and many games. Mrs. Bradley, Miss Farrington and the Sisters of Mercy greeted
the families and gave out goodies to the children. We are so proud to participate in our community events!
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A WONDERFUL FAMILY, FAITH & FUN DAY AT ST. JOAN OF ARC
On Saturday, April 5, we celebrated our 4th Annual Family Faith & Fun Day. Msgr. Michael D. McGraw, started this
tradition to reinforce the bonds of friendship and faith in the community. He stated: “We need to create a culture that is
more focused on people and not on things and a culture that is simple, welcoming and joyful.” And that is exactly what
this fun day was, a welcoming and joyful day where children laughed and played while their parents strengthened
friendships and enjoyed the entertainment offered as well as watching their children's thrill and happiness.
Family, Faith & Fun Day offered many amusement rides for the children: bounce houses, bungee jumping, pony
rides, a petting zoo, lots of games with fun prizes, face-painting, a bake sale and many more activities that delighted
the families present. St. Joan of Arc School's Drama Club performed mini skits, and their cheerleaders kept everyone in
high spirits, Maggie Baugh's performance, a dynamic young girl that plays the guitar, fiddle, and classical violin, was
fantastic. All these great features of the event were mostly sponsored by school and parish families as well as by local
businesses which made the event a truly FUN-raiser.
This tradition has accomplished its goal of 'family joy", make sure you don't miss next year's event!
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FROM THE DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL OUTREACH MINISTRIES
HOMEBOUND & HOSPITAL MINISTRY
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who take Communion to the sick in the hospital, nursing home or to the homebound are, in
a most special way, bringing Christ Himself to those who are in need of spiritual as well as physical healing. The EMHC is the representative of the
faith community as they share the Eucharist with those who are unable to attend Mass. This important ministry demonstrates the concern of the
community at large and is a sharing of the Christian unity and caring support that we have for one another. The prayers shared by the EMHC during
their brief encounter with the people they serve bring a moment of peace and joy into what is otherwise a stressful and uncomfortable situation.
Patients who are in the hospital find it a comfort and source of healing to have Holy Communion brought to them as often as possible. The people
who receive the Eucharist from the EMHCs are extremely grateful for this ministry and the people who participate in it. One person, who did not
happen to be a parishioner at St. Joan of Arc, sent a thank you note to our parish writing, “While at the hospital someone from your church brought
me Communion every day. It brought me great comfort. I am currently a member of another parish in the area but will visit your church when I
am well. Thank you so much for your kindness.” The joy that is experienced by the EMHC when they see the response of the people that they
serve is hard to describe. The humility that one receives when encountering the devotion of those who are suffering greatly is also a great gift for
the minister.
Ministering to the homebound is also of great importance for the spiritual needs of those who are isolated and alone; bringing
Communion to them is a special experience for both the minister and the recipient.There are also those family members who are commissioned to
bring the Holy Eucharist on a regular basis to a relative who is homebound and unable to attend Mass. This part of the ministry can be especially
rewarding when the sharing of this sacrament gives not only the spiritual aid to the person being served but also a special bond is formed by
Christ Himself who is the Heavenly Meal that is brought by these earthly angels who serve Him so unselfishly.
Deacon Bill Watzek
DIRECTOR OF PARISH SOCIAL OUTREACH MINISTRIES
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WE DID IT AGAIN!! CONGRATULATIONS
TO OUR ST. JOAN OF ARC SCHOOL
SOFTBALL GATORS CHAMPIONS!
Our team was undefeated at the Gold Coast Girls Sports Softball
Tournament and now they are the 2014 Champions!!! The team
members are SJA School students from 5th Grade to 8th Grade
and Mrs. Jill Black was very happy to coach these enthusiastic
athletes and our entire SJA family is very proud of these young
girls. Way to go SJA Gators!!!!!
SJA Altar Servers are invited to their
APPRECIATION PARTY
Friday, April 25 at 6:15pm at our SJA Gazebo
Join us for Pizza, Fun and Prizes
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St. Joan of Arc Dad’s Club
2ND ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
& KENTUCKY DERBY PARTY
May 3, 2014
The annual golf tournament and derby party is sponsored by the Dad’s Club of St. Joan
of Arc which strives to serve, support and strengthen the community through fellowship.
This year’s proceeds from the event will go to help build a better technology platform
for the school as well as support the St. Joan of Arc Athletic Teams.
Contact Info:
St. Joan of Arc Dad’s Club at 561-392-7974
Event Location:
All events will take place at the
Boca Raton Country Club
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FIND YOUR PURPOSE
FEED YOUR SOUL
AT LAST, A POWERFUL CATHOLIC STUDY FOR THE IMPERFECT
WOMAN SEEKING HOLINESS IN AN IMPERFECT WORLD!
In the Women of Grace Foundational Study, you will embark upon a journey of discovery and
transformation as you explore the great call and gift of your femininity. Along the way, each week you
will meet two great women saints, receive wisdom from Holy Mother Church, unpack the life-changing
wisdom of Holy Scripture, and discover how the Blessed Virgin Mary is the exemplar of discipleship
and the pathway to her Son, Jesus Christ and the heart of the Father.
STUDY DETAILS:
Women of Grace Ten-Week Foundational Program
Tuesday April 22, 2014 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Tuesday April 22, 2014 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Tessie O’Dea: 561-620-4850 or email: [email protected] or
Martha Nicolli: 561-212-8673 or email: [email protected]
Registration is required. Space is Limited.
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Address: ………………………………… Phone: ………. Email:………………….....
Mail complete form to: St. Joan of Arc, 370 SW 3rd Street, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Attn: Women of Grace
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PRAY FOR THE SICK
Amantia, Bill
Ayala, Angelina
Bernier, Jean Paul
Calkin,Tristin (6 Yrs. Old)
Cacace, Vincent
Carey, Susan
Cassani, Angela
Conaghan, Patrick
Colon, Myrna
Cuccolo, Anthony
Chiaway, Guillermo
Desmarais, Clovis
Cherry, Dorre
Teresa Marrou Freundt
Feerguson-Byrne, Ashley
Ferguson, John
Fiorito, Josephine
Gonzales, Christine
Horn, Amy
Holmes, Mary
Imbrigiotta, Marlene
Jorgensen, Bob
Kabbas, Elise
Kassing, Robert
Kenny, Pauline M.
Kick, Debbie
BAPTISMS
We welcome the newest members of St Joan of Arc Parish and
offer our congratulations to the parents of the newly baptized.
Aria Jane Bosco
Easton Aaron Wilke
ALTAR BREAD
April
Kolcun, Laverne
Krasne, Mary Rose
Lang, Elaine
Leighton, Wilson
Lippy, Jim
Lopez, Claudia & Family
Lynn, Adele
Mahoney, Suzanne
Manno, Jean
Mazak, Catherine
Miller, Betty
Muriel
Munoz, Antonio
Munafo, Robert
McCarthy, Mary
McCormick, John
Nickerson, Susan
Nguyen, Christopher
Perez, Rosa
Pike, Stephen
Pinto, Kevin
Pfistner, Paul
Reategui, Carla
Rellick, Mary
Ridge, Teresa
Rishoff, Gertrude
Roberts, Tyler
Rodriguez, Mary Ann
Roy, Dolores & George
Sagaria, Joyce
Sangster, Matt
Simmonds, Carla
Soihet, Samoel
Soihet,Sissi
Schley, Megan
Tousignant, Helen
Trzeciak, Max
WOULD YOU LIKE TO DONATE
FLOWERS TO DECORATE THE ALTAR
ON THE WEEKEND MASSES?
You can do this to celebrate special dates,
(birthdays, anniversaries etc.), you can also
donate them in memory of someone or
to celebrate your family, or your business
or simply to decorate the Lord's table.
Your name would be printed here on
the week you choose to donate
the flower arrangement/s.
If interested, please call Patty Delaney
at (561)952-2868 or email [email protected]
This week’s altar flowers:
donated by DUCH DESIGNS
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Please call Patricia at (561)-405-6856. Cell: (516)-444-2072
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10% discount offered to SJA parishioners
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Do you want a special remembrance for a loved one, living or
deceased?
You can donate Altar Bread for a week of Masses
by calling Karen Tringali, 561-752-0014.
April 20: In memory of beloved husband William Murphy
by his wife April.
DECEASED
Anna D’Annunzio
Renee Budreau
"We loved them in life; let us not abandon
them in death until we have seen them safely
into the House of the Lord."
- ST. AMBROSE
Overseas in The US Armed Forces:
Afghanistan: Staff. Sgt. Douglas Stott, PVT 1st Class
Brendan Nestor.
Iraq: Sgt. Maj. John Hermeling, Capt. Christopher Allen & PFC Lee E.
Palmer; David Schuler, Lance Corp., Marines. Germany: Benjamin Creed,
PVT. Okinowa: SA William Fix Jr. Djibouti, Africa: Rev. John Gayton,
member of the Navy Chaplain Corps Spain: Lance Corporal Brett R. Bryant
When you consider your estate plans,
remember your spiritual Family
Truly your parish has been a part of your faith
development, a member of your family.
Consider becoming a member of The Arc Angel
Society as a way of guaranteeing the health of
your spiritual family long into the future.
Please consider a bequest as part of your plans
to benefit your parish. Through your estate, your membership in our
extended community of faith will continue in perpetuity.
Your attorney, or financial advisor can advise you on the tax benefits
and other considerations you will want to think about as you consider
your estate plans. A number of valuable and attractive benefits will
accompany your membership. These include special masses and mailings
designed especially for Society members.
For more information, please contact Wendy Horton at 561.952-2838.
S.J.A. MINISTRIES & SUPPORT SERVICES
PRAY THE ROSARY
Join us every morning,
6:15am in the Chapel, to
pray for our Pope, Bishop,
Priests, Deacons, and Religious, and
for vocations. Join us every morning
after the 8:15am Mass in the Chapel to
pray to end abortion.
AA (ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS)
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Saturdays,
10am in Immaculata Center,
Mondays, 7:00pm, Art Room, and
Wednesdays 7:00pm in
Immaculata Center.
AL - ANON
ALA - TEEN
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Saturdays,
10am in Immaculata Center
ST. JOAN OF ARC KNIGHTS
OF COLUMBUS!
We are a part of this great dynamic
Catholic International
Organization.
Call Joe Kabbas,
G.K.: 561-299-8921.
ST. JOAN OF ARC COLUMBIETTES
are the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary
of dedicated Catholic women. Please
join us as United We Stand to embark
on this fresh new year in
building a strong bond
in our parish.
For details call
Terri Picinich,
561-901-7312.
MOMMY
& ME
Weekly
get together
Every Tuesday
between
10:00am and
1:00pm. Come and
go as you please.
We bring
snacks/lunch for the little ones and
ourselves. At The Ark - every
other week.
Please contact Amanda Roccapriore
- Herrera at 561-859-8684 or
[email protected]
for information.
JOIN THE SJA COUNCIL OF
CATHOLIC WOMEN (CCW)
St. Joan of Arc Council of
Catholic Women (CCW) is
a dynamic group of women
who support, empower
and educate its members
in spirituality, leadership
and service. We are an affiliate of the National Council of Catholic
Women. Our Circle Meetings are smaller
groups that meet once a month.
St. Ana Circle 4th Wednesday at 8am.
St. Clare Circle 3rd Wednesday at 1pm.
St. Elizabeth Circle 2nd Friday at 12.00pm.
Sts Martha & Mary Circle 3rd Thursday at
7pm. St. Monica Circle 4th Monday at
2pm. St. Therese of Lisieux 3rd Tuesday
at 8am. We have an interesting calendar
of events. Please join us, make new
friends, as we are Women Making a
difference.
For more information call
Miriam Gaynor, 561-395-5615
SJA RESPECT
LIFE MINISTRY
Join us to pray the rosary at the
Planned Parenthood site at 8177
Glades Rd., West Boca. We meet in
front of the shopping center at
9:45am on Fridays.
For information call Terri at
561-901-7312 or Mary Jane at
561-961-4900.
PREGNANT? KNOW YOUR
OPTIONS, CALL 800-395-HELP
ADORATION OF
THE BLESSED
SACRAMENT
Join us every
Tuesday, 5-9pm and
Friday, 9am to 9pm
in the Chapel. Divine
Mercy Chaplet
prayed on Fridays at 3:00pm, and the
Rosary on Fridays at 8:30pm.
KNIT/CROCHET SOCIAL
All are invited to join us on the 1st & 3rd
Thursday of the month at 10:30am in
the at the Casa Hispana (corner of 3rd
Ave and 4 th St.). Beginners to experts
are needed to make prayer shawls and
projects for preemies, kids and our
troops. Call Claire at 445-4802 or
Dottie at 395-2681 for more information.
SJA DAD’S CLUB
Every Monday in Mercy Center
at Drop off - 7:45am
All dads in the Parish welcome.
P.O.P.S.
Parents of Prayer & Service meet
every Thursday during the school year,
7:45am to 8:15am in the Convent
Chapel. Please join us.
ALLELUIA CLUB
Is a meeting of Parishioners 50 +
More information please call
Tessie O’Dea at 561-952-2852
SJA SCHOOL ALUMNI:
We invite you to register on our St.
Joan of Arc website as an alumnus if
you haven't already done so at
[email protected]
SHARED CARE
Each Wednesday at Temple
Beth El, 9:30am to 2:30pm.
Bring your loved one so you may
have some respite care, or come and
volunteer and have fun with us!
This is a combined effort between
Temple Beth El, St. Joan of Arc and
The First Presbyterian Church.
For more info call Tessie O’Dea
at 561-952-2852.
THE SJA PUBLIC ADVOCACY
COMMITTEE is requesting the
current members and any other
parishioners who wish to join,
to send their email/phone number
(whichever you wish) to Joseph
Kabbas, Chairman of Public
Advocacy. Joined with Public
Advocacy is Respect Life.
If you are a member or wish to be
part of these two ministries, please
forward your e-mail / phone number
to Joseph Kabbas Chairman e-mail
[email protected]
phone 561-299-8921
fax 561-362-7134
KOINONIA GATHERING
2nd Sunday of each month at
10:30am Immaculata Center. For info
call Tessie O’Dea at 561-952-2852
JOYFUL AGAIN
For more information please
call Marjorie O’Sullivan
561-395-6029.
SUNDAY TV MASS
FOR THE HOMEBOUND
Each week at 9:30am on WPXP TV,
Channel 8, Mass for the Homebound can be seen. For a copy of the
Sunday Missal, call the Diocesan
Office of Communications at
561-775-9529.
HOMEBOUND MINISTRY
Call us if you or someone you know
is no longer able to attend Mass.
Our Extraordinary Ministers of
Holy Communion visit the elderly
& infirmed Parishioners.
Call 561-952-2828
UPGRADE YOUR CLOSET!
THE ST. JOAN OF ARC
USHERS WANT YOU!!!
Are you tired of your wardrobe and
deciding what to wear to Mass each
week? Let us dress you! We are a
ministry of over 60 men and women
that provide each mass with the
hospitality & services to make all
parishioners and guests feel welcome.
We would like to tell you about this
great ministry and how getting involved
provides a service to St. Joan and a
blessing for you. And you’ll be one of
the best dressed people at Mass!
Call Ken Meldonian 561-620-4884
or Dennis Jordan 561-395-8329.
SCRIPTURE STUDY
Sunday Morning from 9:15am to 10:30
am. in Conf. Room B.
Thursday Morning Scripture Study
9:00am at the Casa Hispana
(corner of 3rd Ave and 4 th St.)
NA (NARCOTICS
ANONYMOUS)
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Fridays at
7 pm, in Immaculata Center.
More information call: 276-4581
Find your purpose... feed your soul.
Embark upon a 10-week Journey of
Discovery and Transformation that is
life-changing! For details contact.
Tessie O'Dea 561-952-2852
or Martha Nicolli at
[email protected]
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ROSARY SERVICE HELD EVERY MONTH
Catholic Charities Office of Respect Life conducts a Rosary Service the first
Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. outside the Presidential Women's
Center in West Palm Beach. The center is located at 100 Northpoint
Parkway, just off 45th St and Village Blvd. Please join us across the street
from the abortion center as we peacefully pray. For information, call the
Respect Life Office at 561-775-9565.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE FLORIDA CATHOLIC NEWSPAPER
Florida Catholic newspaper—75 years of service and still going
strong! Let your Catholic newspaper help you grow in your faith.
Subscribe now or renew your subscription to the Florida Catholic—
24 issues of your home diocese for $24; or access to our e-Edition,
which includes Orlando, Palm Beach and Venice editions, via your PC
or tablet, for $20. Visit www.thefloridacatholic.org, or call toll-free
1-888-275-9953.
PROMOTING LIFE, DIGNITY AND JUSTICE
Counseling, Elder Affairs, Guardianship Training, Immigration &
Refugee Services, Outreach Information and Referral, Pregnancy
Care Centers, Prison Ministry, Respect Life Ministry, Catholic Relief
Services, Samaritan Center, and Interfaith Health & Wellness.
For general or program information contact 561-775-9560.
Volunteer opportunities are available.
SPECIAL MOVIE SHOWING
Ascension Catholic in Boca Raton is sponsoring four showings on
select dates in April of the epic, new movie from Ignatius Press, MARY
OF NAZARETH. The movie will be shown at movies of Delray. Ticket
information is available at http://acatholicchurch.com/ascension/ Or
contact Cindy Nau at [email protected] or 561-654-6085
WATCH THE CATHOLIC MASS EACH SUNDAY
Tune in each week for the televised Catholic Mass which airs Sundays at
9:30 a.m. on Ion Television Networks (on most local cable it is Channel
8). Priests from around the five counties of the diocese along with Bishop
Babarito bring the Mass to the sick, homebound and all the people of God
on a weekly basis. The televised Mass is produced by the diocesan Office
of Communications. Please visit www.diocesepb.org/videos to hear the
weekly homilies. To support the televised Catholic Mass contact
561-775-9529 or write to Office of Communications, 9995 N. Military
Trail, Post Office Box 109650, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410.
ALLELUIA!
During the past six weeks, our parish community has prayed, fasted
and given alms with a special focus on the poorest members of our
global community. Our lives were touched by stories from Kenya,
Guatemala, the Philippines, Malawi, Haiti, and the United States.
Through our Lenten prayers and donations, we have touched the lives
of millions of people served by Catholic Relief Services, our
representative to the poorest communities in the world.
Please return your Rice Bowl. Thank you for your generosity.
SIGN UP FOR YOUTH MINISTRY CERTIFICATION CLASSES
The diocesan Office of Catechetical Leadership, Youth & Young Adult
Ministry Formation will conduct Youth Ministry Certification Classes in
May. Conducted by Anthony Marchica, these classes will be held at
Holy Name of Jesus in West Palm Beach on May 6, 20, and 27 from
6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Those interested or wishing to register should
contact Marie at [email protected]
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Catholic Charities is seeking volunteers for their offices at the
St. Francis Center in Riviera Beach. Needed positions are as follows:
clerical and reception help; caller intake for the Hunger, Homeless,
and Outreach clients; sort clothing for the Refugee Resettlement
closet; customer satisfaction survey calls to clients; and parish
representatives for the Disaster Relief Team Bilingual (Spanish and
Creole) is a big asset. Please lend your time and talent to help us
in our mission to ease the suffering of God’s most vulnerable people
while working with our wonderful staff. You can contact
Denise McOsker at 561-345-2005 or email at
[email protected]
OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE CATHOLIC CEMETERY is less expensive than the for-profit secular cemeteries. Plan in advance for cemetery
arrangements, for details and more information call 561-793-0711.
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Ministerio Hispano
MISA EN ESPAÑOL TODOS LOS SABADOS A LAS 6:30pm.
(Confesiones todos los Sábados a las 5:45pm (antes de la Santa Misa) en la capilla)
“Nuestro principal apostolado como cristianos consiste en crear en el mundo un ambiente de auténtica caridad”
BOLETÍN DEL 19 DE ABRIL. SAN MATEO 28:1
LA RESURRECCIÓN DEL SEÑOR
Cristo vive. Esta es la gran verdad que
llena de contenido nuestra fe. Jesús,
que murió en la Cruz, ha resucitado, ha
triunfado de la muerte, del poder de las
tinieblas, del dolor y de la angustia. No
temáis, con esta invocación saludó un
ángel a las mujeres que iban al sepulcro; no temáis. Vosotras venís a buscar
a Jesús Nazareno, que fue crucificado:
ya resucitó, no está aquí; éste es el día
que hizo el Señor, regocijémonos.
El tiempo pascual es tiempo de alegría, de una alegría que no se limita a
esta época del año litúrgico, sino que se
asienta en todo momento en el corazón
del cristiano. Porque Cristo vive: Cristo
no es una figura que pasó, que existió
en un tiempo y que se fue, dejándonos
un recuerdo y un ejemplo maravillosos.
No: Cristo vive. Jesús es el Emmanuel: Dios con nosotros. Su Resurrección nos revela que Dios no abandona a
los suyos. ¿Puede la mujer olvidarse
del fruto de su vientre, no compadecerse del hijo de sus entrañas? Pues
aunque ella se olvidare, yo no me olvi-
daré de ti, había prometido. Y ha
cumplido su promesa. Dios sigue teniendo sus delicias entre los hijos de los
hombres. Cristo vive en su Iglesia.
De modo especial Cristo sigue presente entre nosotros, en esa entrega diaria de la Sagrada Eucaristía. Por eso la
Para Información sobre los sacramentos, clases de
preparación para bautismo, etc. Entrar en nuestra
página web: http://stjoan.org/ministries/
casa-hispana/ o pedir información en la parroquia con
María, Rosario o Alba 561-392-0007. Para pedir una
intención en las misas para difuntos o enfermos
dirigirse a la oficina parroquial en las horas de oficina.
Oramos por Ron Cozart y Marc Guistolisi que
recibirán los Sacramentos de Iniciación
(Bautismo, Confirmación y Eucaristía)
el 19 de abril durante la Vigilia Pascual.
Misa es centro y raíz de la vida cristiana. En toda misa está siempre el
Cristo Total, Cabeza y Cuerpo. La presencia de Jesús vivo en la Hostia Santa
es la garantía, la raíz y la consumación
de su presencia en el mundo.
El 27 de abril, II Domingo de Pascua o de la
Divina Misericordia, a las 10.00 (hora Roma),
el Papa Francisco celebrará la Misa y canonizará
a los Beatos Papas Juan XXIII y Juan Pablo II.
El Papa Francisco dirigirá la ceremonia de
canonización en la plaza San Pedro.
El pontífice instó a los fieles a prepararse para el
acontecimiento "reavivando el legado de fe que
dejó Juan Pablo". Agregó que Juan Pablo, que
encabezó la Iglesia católica de 1978 al 2005,
"aun con su sufrimiento produjo el bien".
Vea todo en vivo por EWTN.
Nuestra contribución semanal a la Iglesia. Como miembros de Santa Juana de Arco la comunidad hispana contribuimos semanalmente
con el ofertorio, continuemos siendo generosos con nuestra aportación. La participación de todos los feligreses
es esencial para el éxito de nuestros ministerios apostólicos.
APRIL 20 l ST. JOAN OF ARC l 19
MINISTERIO HISPANO AVISOS PARROQUIALES
LOS PRECEPTOS DE LA IGLESIA SON CINCO:
1. Oír Misa los domingos y fiestas de guardar.
2. Ayunar y abstenerse de comer carne cuando lo manda la Iglesia.
3. Confesar los pecados mortales al menos una vez al año para
Pascua de Resurrección ó en peligro de muerte, y si se ha de
comulgar. (Lunes 14 de abril a las 7:00pm habrá confesiones
Bilingües en la Iglesia última oportunidad de confesarse antes de
Pascua).
4. Contribuir al sostenimiento de la Iglesia. (Su contribución
es muy importante para mantener nuestra Misa en
español, considere aumentar su donativo durante la cuaresma).
5. No contraer Matrimonio contrario a las leyes de la Iglesia.
Próxima Reunión del CIRCULO DE SANTA ANA es el miércoles 30 de
abril a las 8:00am en la Casa Hispana
CONFIRMACIONES PARA MAYORES DE 16 ANOS
El 11 de octubre de 2014 el Obispo Barbarito celebrara el
Sacramento de la Confirmación en Santa Juana de Arco. Las clases
de preparación para recibir este sacramento serán los lunes de 4:00
a 5:30 a partir del primer lunes de agosto. Envie su información por
email: [email protected] para ser contactado.
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN PADRE PIO:
Todos los jueves a las 9:00am en
la casa de oración THE ARK para
rezar juntos el Santo Rosario.
ATENCIÓN MONAGUILLOS
La próxima Clase de preparación para los monaguillos el sábado 4
de mayo de 3 a 5 en la Casa Hispana. Los que participan de esta
clase podrán asistir a la Misa de apreciación que celebrara el
Obispo Gerald Barbarito en la catedral el próximo 4 de octubre.
INVITACIÓN
EL viernes 25 de abril a las 6:15 en el Gazebo de la escuela Pizza
y Cine para todos los monaguillos de Santa Juana de Arco.
Felicitaciones a los nuevos integrantes del equipo de monaguillos
de la Misa en español: Vanessa y Nicolás, y a los no tan nuevos:
Verónica y Sebastián, Camila y Kevin, Mateo, Sol, Andrés, y Cesar.
TALLER BÍBLICO CON EL PADRE OSCAR
ALONSO Próxima clase el Jueves 24 de abril
en la sala de conferencia “B” del edificio de la
Escuela. Horario: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
CONFESIONES EN ESPAÑOL todos los sábados
antes de la Misa.
Próximo BAUTISMO EN ESPAÑOL para
menores de 6 años: sábado 17 de mayo
Próxima clase pre bautismal en español para
padres y padrinos: martes 20 de mayo a las
7:00pm. Información: 561 392 0007.
LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA LOS NIÑOS de 4 a 11
años durante la Santa Misa.
LAS CLASES DE INGLÉS se reúnen
todos los miércoles por la mañana y por la tarde Llame al
561- 212 - 9868 para registrarse y recibir más información.
Próximas clases de asistencia en PREPARACIÓN PARA LA
CIUDADANÍA (no se dan clases de inglés o de preparación para el
examen): Lunes 28 de abril. Por favor llame a Adriana para más
información: 954-818-5032
CLASES DE COMPUTACION PARA ADULTOS
Y PRINCIPIANTES: Inicio de Clases: el 17 de Mayo a
las 10.00am. Computación básica, Microsoft Office
Word, Internet, Correo Electronico y muchos trucos
para el uso de computadoras, laptos o tablets. Llamar
al 561-929-9005 para reservar su asistencia.
SEMINARIO GRATUITO: "EN BUSCA DE LA FELICIDAD… Vivir con
Salud, Dinero y Amor". Es un planteamiento diferente en la vida
diaria, que te hara recuperar tus ilusiones, tu optimismo y la
intencion de surgir en la vida, participa de esta charla en familia,
podras aprender a resolver problemas de toda índole pero
sobretodo a ser FELIZ. Reserve el dia 17 de Mayo a las 12.15pm
y confirme su asistencia llamando al 561-929-9005.
Directorio
Director: Constanza Preble 561-859-4666 - 561-620-6280 - Ministerio Extraordinario de la Eucaristía: Sr. y Sra. Córdova 561-573-0194 Monaguillos: Rita Carrillo 561-543-6049 - Liturgia de los niños: Nanci Mesa 561-208-6380
Clases de Inglés: 561- 212-9868 - Computación: 561-929-9005
20 l ST. JOAN OF ARC l APRIL 20

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