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saint pius x - St. Pius X Catholic Church
SAINT PIUS X
CATHOLIC CHURCH
2621 Highway 20, S.E. • Conyers, Georgia 30013-2424
September 14, 2014
Father Randall T. Mattox
Pastor
Father Salomón Garcia
Parochial Vicar
Deacons
Fred Johns, Brian Kilkelly,
Joe Rhodes, Stuart Mead
and Fernando Barrueta
LITURGY SCHEDULE
Weekend Masses
Saturday:
Vigil Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday:
Masses: 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.*
1:30 p.m.* (Spanish), 5:00 p.m.
*Nursery available
Weekday Masses :
8:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri.
6:30 p.m. Mon.
7:00 pm 2nd Thursday of the month
En Espanol
First Friday: Seniors’ Mass
11:30 a.m. (No 8:30 a.m. Mass)
Holy Day Masses:
Vigil Mass 7:00 p.m.;
Holy Day 8:30 a.m.; 7:00 p.m.
Sacrament of Penance:
Saturday: 3:45-4:45 p.m.
or call a priest for an appointment.
Eucharistic Adoration:
Monday: 7:00 pm until 8:00 p.m.
First Friday: 12:00 noon Fri.
until 8:15 a.m. Sat.
Third Friday: 8:00 p.m.
Fourth Thursday: 7:00 p.m.
Church Office 770.483.3660 • Youth & Education 770.929.1017 • Fax 770.483.7006
Website: www.spxconyers.com • E-mail: [email protected]
24TH SUNDAY OF ORDINARY TIME – SEPTEMBER 14, 2014
Monday, Sept. 15
8:30 a.m. Drew Tackett by Karin Tackett
6:30 p.m. Sanctuary Renewal
Tuesday, Sept. 16
8:30 a.m. Jim Cline by Fred Boscarino
Wednesday, Sept. 17
8:30 a.m. Souls in Purgatory
Thursday, Sept. 18
8:30 a.m.
St. Pius X Parishioners
Friday, Sept. 19
8:30 a.m. Our Priests
Saturday, Sept. 20
5:00 p.m.
Ed T. Sauter by Bernadette
Sauter
Sunday, Sept. 21
8:30 a.m.
Stephen Bost
by M/M C. Kempton
11:00 a.m. Yosely Adams
TRIUMPH OF THE CROSS AND THE
SANCTUARY RENEWAL
I cannot think of a better way to begin
construction of the sanctuary renewal than with
the feast of the Triumph of the Cross. I was quite moved last
week when I realized that God had planned the beginning of our
construction to coincide with this great feast! As we move the
statue of the risen Lord to the entrance, where it’s open arms will
appropriately welcome folks into the church building, we will
place the crucifix in the sanctuary beneath a great arch. The arch
is a classic symbol of triumph in roman architecture, and placing
the crucifix under it reminds us of the triumphant power of the
cross over sin and death. The crucifix is the greatest sign of
God’s love for us and it’s placement in the center of our church
and worship will allow us to always unite our sufferings with
Christ’s, and experience the healing power of His resurrection!
1:30 p.m. Fabiola Garcia by Fabiola Perez
5:00 p.m. St.Pius X Parishioners
LECTOR SCHEDULE
Weekend of Sept. 20-21
Saturday
TRIUMPH OF THE CROSS
5:00 p.m. Maureen Wheelin & Ami Johns
Sunday
8:30 a.m. Leroy Hudson & Pauline Hudson
Gwen-Dolyn Cutter &
11:00 a.m.
Mimi Soileau
1:30 p.m. Juan Mendez & Hector Martinex
5:00 p.m. George Moll, III
Readings for the Week of September 14, 2014
Sun
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thurs
Fri
Sat
Sun
The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Nm 21:4b-9; Ps 78; Phil 2:6-11; Jn 3:13-17
Our Lady of Sorrows
1 Cor 11:17-26, 33; Ps 40; Jn 19:25-27 or
Lk 2:33-35
Saints Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian,
Bishop, Martyrs
1 Cor 12:12-14, 27-31a; Ps 100; Lk 7:11-17
Saint Robert Bellarmine, Bishop and Doctor
of the Church
1 Cor 12:31–13:13; Ps 33; Lk 7:31-35
1 Cor 15:1-11; Ps 118; Lk 7:36-50
Saint Januarius, Bishop and Martyr
1 Cor 15:12-20; Ps 17; Lk 8:1-3
Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn, Priest, and
Paul Chŏng Ha-sang, and Companions,
Martyrs
1 Cor 15:35-37, 42-49; Ps 56; Lk 8:4-15
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Is 55:6-9; Ps 145; Phil 1:20c-24, 27a; Mt 20:116a
This day is also called the Exaltation of the Cross, Elevation of the
Cross, Holy Cross Day, Holy Rood Day, or Roodmas. The liturgy
of the Cross is a triumphant liturgy. When Moses lifted up the
bronze serpent over the people, it was a foreshadowing of the
salvation through Jesus when He was lifted up on the Cross. Our
Mother Church sings of the triumph of the Cross, the instrument of
our redemption. To follow Christ we must take up His cross,
follow Him and become obedient until death, even if it means
death on the cross. We identify with Christ on the Cross and
become co-redeemers, sharing in His cross.
We made the Sign of the Cross before prayer which helps to fix
our minds and hearts to God. After prayer we make the Sign of the
Cross to keep close to God. During trials and temptations our
strength and protection is the Sign of the Cross. At Baptism we are
sealed with the Sign of the Cross, signifying the fullness of
redemption and that we belong to Christ. Let us look to the cross
frequently, and realize that when we make the Sign of the Cross
we give our entire self to God — mind, soul, heart, body, will,
thoughts.
O cross, you are the glorious sign of victory.
Through your power may we share in the triumph of Christ Jesus.
~ Taken from www.catholicculture.org
XXIV DOMINGO DEL TIMEPO ORDINARIO – 14 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2014
LA EXALTACION DE LA CRUZ Y
LA RENOVACIÓN DEL SANTUARIO
No puedo pensar en una mejor manera de empezar la
construcción de la renovación del santuario, que con la
Fiesta de la Exaltación de la Santa Cruz. La semana pasada
estube bastante conmovido realizando de que Dios había
planeado el inicio de nuestra construcción, coincidiendo
con esta ¡gran fiesta! Mientras que moveremos la estatua
del Señor Resucitado hacia la entrada, en donde los brazos
abiertos dan la bienvenida de forma apropiada las personas
al edificio de la iglesia, pondremos el crucifijo bajo un
gran arco en el santuario. En la arquitectura romana, el
arco es un clásico símbolo de triunfo, y colocando el crucifijo debajo uno, nos recuerda el poder triunfante de la cruz
sobre el pecado y la muerte. El crucifijo es el símbolo más
grande del amor de Dios por nosotros, y ubicándolo en el
centro de nuestra iglesia y adoración siempre nos permitirá
unir nuestros sufrimientos con Cristo, y experimentar el
poder sanador de su resurrección!
EXALTACION DE LA SANTA CRUZ
Numeros 21:4-9: La serpiente era la señal del peligro,
confusión o incluso sabiduría. En algunas mitologías era
signo de fertilidad y renacimiento. Si alguien era mordido
por una serpiente y no le pasaba nada, era señal de proteccion divina. La escena de este relato esta situada en el
desierto después del escape de Israel de Egipto. Los personajes incluyen a Moises y los israelitas. Moises tiene
que ejercer su ministerio de mediador, cuando una vez más
los israelitas presentan desanino y criticas.
Filipenses 2:61: Se cree que Pablo tomó y retocó un himno cristiano con el que las comunidades espresaban su culto de adoración a Jesucristo. Su contenido y forma está
regido por el esquema de vaciamiento y exaltación que
tiene tantas resonancias bíblicas. Algunos consideran este
pasaje como una expresión perfecta de la teología paulina
sobre la pasión y muerte de Jesús. El hinmo probablemente se usaba en las liturgias antiguas cristianas.
Juan 3:13-17: Hay dos mundos, según le explica Jesús a
Nicodemo. Uno fisico y visible, y otro espiritual e invisible que solamente se reconoce por la fe y al que se entra
por el bautismo. El amor de Dios no tiene límites, pero la
gente rechaza la luz de la fe para vivir en la oscuridad de
su propio egoismo y comodidad.
Nuestra parroquia 2011
Guarde esta fecha para nuestro
Festival Anual de Otoño
y Feria de Salud
Sábado 04 de octubre 2014 de 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Un día de festividades en familia que incluye de
todo para todas las edades niños y adultos.
Estanque de pato, zoológico de mazcotas, paseo en
heno y pony, vida silvestre, arte en la cara, arte en
arena, libros, arte y artesanías, coches clásicos, tiro
con arco, escala de arbol, música, entretenimiento,
vendedores y más
LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA DE LOS
NINOS
Durante el periodo de contrucción en el Sactuario,
empezando el próximo domingo 21 de septiembre,
la Liturgia de la Palabra de los Niños queda suspendida. Gracias por su entendimiento durante este tiempo.
GRAN VENTA DE PATIO
Sábado, 27 de septiembre
9:00a.m.—1:30p.m.
Estacionamiento de San Pio X
La renta del espacio es $20 ¡Haga su reservación
el dia de hoy! Para reservaciones llame al 770-787
-4290 or 770-788-7606, o e-mail [email protected] or [email protected]
FORMACION DE FE: ¡Las clases han empezado! Estamos emocionados de tener a todos de regreso en clases. Es importante que conozcamos
nuestra fe Catolica. Hay muchos programas ofrecidos para los padres durante el tiempo que sus
ninos están en clases. Esta semana, durante el
tiempo de cada sesion los estaran viendo el video
del Programa de Seguridad de la Arquidiosesis:
Protegiendo los Niños de Dios. Se invita a los padres a que vean el video en línea de la Arquidiocesis si desea verlo antes que su niño.
STEWARDSHIP
S TEWARDSHIP of T REASURE
2ND COLLECTION
SEPT. 20-21
FY July 2014 - June 2015
Msgr. Simon was recalled from the Atlanta
Archdiocese to become the Vicar General in the newly
formed Diocese of Wiawso in his native country of
Ghana. Wiawso is among the poorest areas of Ghana.
Msgr. Simon has worked tirelessly for the people of this
area.
In his efforts to provide clean drinking water and
better shelters, clothing and education, he has become
somewhat of a pop star to his people, crossing all
religious and ethnic barriers. Today, fifteen villages
enjoy clean drinking water due to his efforts of sinking
wells.
Visitors to Ghana are truly amazed at what Msgr.
Simon has accomplished with the support he has received
from the different parishes here in Atlanta, but the journey
is not over. Please be generous in our 2nd collection to
support the work of Msgr. Simon.
08/31/14 Offertory:
YTD Offertory:
Budgeted
Offertory
Over/(Under)
$14,493.03
$19,250.00
($4,756.97)
$158,644.12
$173,250.00
($14,605.88)
As Christian stewards, we receive God’s gifts gratefully, cultivate
them responsibly, share them lovingly in justice with others, and
return them with increase to the Lord.
Today’s second reading from St. Paul’s letter to the
Philippians emphasizes humility as a one of Jesus’ core virtues
(Phil 2:6-8). Humility is also a key virtue for us if we are to
fulfill our role of being stewards of Providence. Recognizing
all we have comes from God helps us maintain a healthy
perspective on the things we own, and assists in avoiding
getting caught up in a materialistic lifestyle.
MARY WANTS TO VISIT YOU!
Please sign up at the welcome desk in the
gathering area for a week in 2015 to have
Mary visit your home. Pick up is located in
the Jericho room next to the day
chapel. Prayers come with the statue. We
will contact you when your week
arrives. Las oraciones están disponibles
en español. If you have any questions
please contact the president of the Legion of
Mary, Jennifer Rhoads, at 404-6414197 or [email protected] En español,
contacto Marcy BorkowskiGlass [email protected]
to all those who donated
books to the Order of St. Luke
annual used book sale.
Proceeds help fund such
upcoming events in the parish
as Dale Recinella, death row chaplain, speaking
Nov. 1 and Fr. Matthew Linn on March 17, 2015.
During the construction period beginning next
Sunday, September 21, Liturgy of the Word for
Children, will be suspended. Thank you for your
understanding during this time.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE
Saturday, September 27
9:00 a.m.—1:30 p.m.
St. Pius X Parking Lot
Spaces are $20—Reserve yours today!
To reserve a space call 770-787-4290 or 770-7887606, or e-mail [email protected] or
[email protected] .
A discussion group, led by Fr. Randy, will begin
meeting on Tuesday, September 16 at 7:00 p.m. in
the Administrative Hall. Videos will not be shown at
these sessions. Be sure to have watched the video
before attending. Register for access to the videos via
our website.
Other class times with video are:
• Monday-6:15 p.m.-room 13/15
• Wednesday-4:30 p.m.-room 13/15
• Wednesday-6:15 p.m.-room 11
Be sure to check with the parish
office if you feel you have left an
item behind while at church. Be
prepared to describe in detail that
which may be lost.
REFUGE PREGNANCY CENTER 2014
CELEBRATE LIFE GALA
We are encouraging our supporters to sponsor a table
and invite guests who may know very little about our
ministry and would be interested in partnering with
Refuge. We can provide you with Guest Invitations if
you sponsor a table.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Meal is served at 7:00 p.m.
St. Pius X Parish Hall
$110 per table (seats 8)
$15 per person
RSVP before September 19-770-922-5939
Guest speaker
Dale Recinella
Florida lawyer and Chaplain
to Death Row and Solitary
Confinement.
November 1 from
10 AM to 4 PM.
More details, call MaryMead Mead 770-922-6362 or
[email protected]
Sept. 14 – Confirmation Year 2 & RCIT Classes,
these classes require special enrollment, see the
youth office for details!
Sept. 21- BLUEPRINT This Life
Night starts off our semester,
“Church,” and provides an
overview of the origin of the
Church and why it is necessary to
our faith in Christ. A competition
between small groups begins the
Life Night. This activity transitions
into the teaching and is used to
demonstrate how our human efforts
to reach God fall short, but God’s
plan provides us with a model
house that is the Church, founded by Christ. The
goal of this Life Night is to help teenagers
understand Christ as the foundation of the Church.
It will challenge them to make Christ the
foundation of their own lives.
YOUNG ADULTS 18+
JOIN US FOR AN AMAZING YEAR!
All phones, tablets, and laptops are
welcome! Young Adults (18+) please
join us at Panera Bread Conyers –
Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 pm! Get ready for a virtual
and spiritually connected year with SPX YAM, as we
will be hosting a "How To" session with Google
Hangouts in order to have a smooth transition into the
year and our new College Life Bible Study! We also
plan to talk about upcoming Event including
Steubenville ENCOUNTER, Social Opportunities,
Group Service and the Pilgrimage to Rome and Paris
this May and World Youth Day 2017! Looking
forward to seeing you there! For more information
call/text Pascal at 404-914-5404 or Christina at 904716-4984.
Classes have started! We are so excited to have
everyone back in class. It is so important that we all
know our Catholic Faith. There are lots of offerings
for parents while you wait for your children.
This week, the children will be
watching the Archdiocesan Safe
Environment film: Protecting God’s
Children. Parents are welcome to see
the video online at the Archdiocese of
Atlanta if you’d like to preview it
before the children.
Sept. 17- WELL OF LIFE This Edge Night’s
theme is from the story of the women at the well
found in the Gospel of John. The night will begin
with fun game demonstrating the broken cisterns
that we bring to God to fill. The teaching is focused
on how prayer is a gift, is from the heart, and is
meant to be used to develop a relationship with the
living God. Grade group discussion will focus on
the students relationship with God, and then
everyone will gather back together to do a
meditation on the Our Father. The meditation will
lead right into the closing prayer, which focuses on
coming humbly to God and asking Him for His
divine assistance.
A JOY EVER NEW TO BE SHARED
Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat, Ft. Mitchell,
Alabama is offering a weekend retreat entitled “A
Joy Ever New to be Shared” on September 26-28,
2014. This retreat will begin with Cardinal, now
Blessed, John Newman’s focus of the Spiritual Life
and be followed by the beautiful document of Pope
Francis, Evangelii Guadium (The Joy of the
Gospel). The retreat begins with registration at 7:00
p.m. on Friday and concludes with dinner at noon on
Sunday. For information call (334)855-4474.
Prayers for Healing are
available after the Saturday
5 PM mass and after the
Sunday 8:30 AM mass.
BE A PART OF
REFUGE PREGNANCY CENTER!
Our next volunteer training will take place on the
three following dates:
October 3, 10, and 17
You need to attend all 3 days! Please call Janice at
770-922-5939 for details and reservations.
COUPLES CELEBRATING 50th AND 60th
ANNIVERSARY IN 2014
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory would like to honor
couples married in 1964 and 1954 with an invitation
to a Golden/Diamond Wedding Anniversary Mass
on Saturday October 4th, 2014 at 12:00 Noon at
Saint Brigid Catholic Church. A reception will
follow the Mass for the anniversary couples and
their families. If you plan to concelebrate, please
RSVP by September 27, 2014 to Daniel West at
404.920.7631 or at [email protected]
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Save this date for our annual
Fall Festival & Health Fair
SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 2014
10:00AM - 5:00PM
This is a day of family friendly festivities that
include lots of fun stuff for all ages - toddlers &
adults.
Duck pond ● Petting Zoo ● Hay Rides ● Pony Rides
● Wild Life
Art on your face ● Sand art ● Library surplus books
● Arts & crafts
Classic Cars ● Archery ● Tree climbing ● Music &
entertainment
Arts & Handcraft Vendors & more...
Patricia Barnes and family on the
death of her mother
MARGARET LOUIS
Edna Boyd and her family on the
death of her brother
JEROME FRANZ
Anderson Adams on the death of
his wife
YOSELY ADAMS
“Eternal rest grant unto them.”
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Michael Alvin
Tim Andersen
Brenda Bailey
Sheila Baker
Jerry Baldia
Judy Crown
Nancy Cumberworth
Tony Cumberworth
Tinniya Davis
Father Anthony Delisi
Maria Didier
Katherine Entwisle
Mary Fowler
Beverly Frank
David Giordano
Carol Guggisberg
Jo Haynes
Christy Hicks
Jeff House
Cheryle Johnson
Tim & Randa Kenslea
Nicole Kushma
John Leiser
Kay McGrath
Monica Medina
Jim Murphy
Stephen Nachtheim
George Palo
Ernie Pariseau
Barbara Purdy
Victor Purdy
Jeanette Ramberg
Jennifer Rhoads
Deacon Joe Rhodes
April Gentes Robert
Ethan Schaetzly
Debbie Skunda
Heidi Smith
Tanner Smith
Gerald E. Sparks
John Stolter
Ray Supple
Russell Swartz
Rob Tate
Mary Ann Thomas
Larry Walker
Micki Wescott
Grace Willems
Patti Wilson
J.T. Wood
Alejandro Zendejas
Minerva Zendejas
To add a loved one for one month, please call or stop by the Parish Office. In order to be aware of the needs of our sick and to protect
their privacy, we ask that the requestor leave their own name and a contact number. We update the prayer list every Friday.
CHURCH ADMINISTRATION & MINISTRY HEADS
Pastor - Rev. Randall T. Mattox -770.483.3660
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar – Rev. Salomón Garcia 770.483.3660
[email protected]
Pastoral Associates - 770.483.3660 Deacons Brian Kilkelly
Fred Johns, Joe Rhodes, Stuart Mead, & Fernando Barrueta
Director of Music– Andrew Leung—770.483.3660
[email protected]
Parish Office – Barb Roberts - 770.483.3660
[email protected]
Director of Religious Ed. - Linda Koerner 770.929.1017
[email protected]
Religious Ed Coordinator – Rita Salvador 770.929.1017
[email protected]
Youth Minister – Christina Davis 770.929.1017
[email protected]
Coordinator of Hispanic Ministry –Jessica Garcia 770.483.3660
[email protected]
Finance Administrator – Barbara Pepe 770.483.3660
[email protected]
Facility Manager - Kevin Klein 770.483.3660
Kitchen Director – Iris Grant 770.385.9367
Contemporary Band – Chris Smith 770.385.3315
Altar Servers – Brian Gowasack 770.929.0405
Cursillo/Ultreya – John Kowalczyk 770.483.5310
Disability Ministry (SPXDM)
Elijah Cup – Roberta Fusaro 770.483.2238
Eucharistic Adoration – B.J.Masters 770.483.3660
Greeters – Susan Kowalczyk 770.483.5310
Lectors – Everett Washburn 770-464-4277 [email protected]
Liturgical Commission – Dcn. Fred Johns 404.725.8421
Ministers to the Altar– Lee Depkin 770.922.1298
Ministers to the Homebound– Bill Warner 404.780.3304
Pastoral Council – Keith Moore 770.595.6730
Order of St. Luke - Mary-Mead Mead 770.922.6362
- Prayer Chain - Martha Hughey 770.656.5252; [email protected]
Pro-Life Ministry – Caroline Smith 770.385.3315
- EMBRACE - Prayer/blessings - Dcn Brian Kilkelly 678.525.3452
- Refuge Pregnancy Care - Mary Supple 770.483.5535
- Help & Healing after Abortion - ww.healingafterabortion. org
RCIA – Anna Milam 770.929.8665
Secular Order of Franciscans—Joel Alessi-770.787.9524
St. Vincent DePaul – Katy Tiller 770.483.6730
Stewardship– Gary Whidby 770.483.1860
Ushers – Charlie Doyle 404.984.1702 [email protected]
Women’s Council – Barbara Pepe 770.787.4290
Women’s Jail Ministry – Linda Jesky 770.388.0348
BULLETIN DEADLINE: Items to be published in the Bulletin are due to the Parish Office by NOON on FRIDAY
the week before they are to be published. (9 days prior to the Sunday date of publication.)
SACRAMENTS/SERVICES
NEW MEMBERS: Parish Registration forms are available in
the Gathering Area. Please fill out & return to the Office.
Newcomers to the parish are welcomed by parish leaders
Quarterly at a reception/orientation after the 8:30 a.m. Sunday
Mass.
BAPTISM: Baptism Request Forms are located in the
Gathering Area and must be turned in before taking the prebaptism class. Baptisms are scheduled after completing prebaptism catechesis.
WEDDINGS: Contact a priest or deacon six months before the
wedding to begin preparation. Parish membership
required. Diocesan guidelines apply.
PENANCE: Scheduled time is Saturday, 3:45-4:45 p.m.
Seasonal Penance Services are held during Advent and Lent.
Other special times are arranged by calling one of the priests.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK: A priest is on call at any hour for
“EMERGENCY” sick calls. To contact a priest in an emergency,
follow the directions on our phone system.
HOSPITAL/HOMEBOUND/NURSING HOMES:
Pastoral staff members visit Rockdale Hospital daily. Eucharistic
Ministers bring communion to the homebound. Family members
should call the Parish Office to inform us about those who are ill.
GRIEF SUPPORT: Ministry of Consolation meets 1st and 3rd
Mondays of the month at 7:15 pm in the Bethlehem Rm. Call
Mary-Mead Mead (770-922-6362) for additional information.
COUNSELING: Catholic Charities Counseling Services, Atlanta
offers affordable, professional mental health counseling for
children, adolescents, parents, individuals, couples & families. For
assistance contact Sandy Crowder at 770-790-3109.
SACRAMENTOS/SERVICIOS
BAUTIZAR EN SAN PIO X: La Iglesia Romana Católica require
que cada niño que es bautizado tenga por lo menos un padrino (a)
catolico (a) activo (a) el (la) cual pueda recibir comunión. La familia
debe estar regristrada en la parroquia y proveer certificado de nacimiento del niño (a). El (los) padrino (s) fuera del Estado de Georgia ó
registrados en otra parroquia debe (n) proveer constancia de clases y/ó
permiso de su párroco. La preparación pre-bautismal es
“obligatoria” primer y segundo domingo del mes después de Misa.
Celebracion de bautismo cuarto sabado del mes a las 10:00am
MATRIMONIOS: Contacte a un sacerdote seis meses antes del día de la
boda para iniciar la preparación pre-matrimonial. Uno de los requisitos es
ser miembro registrado de la parroquia y seguir todas las regulaciones de la
Arquidiócesis.
CONFESIONES: Hay confesiones los sábados de 3:45 a 4:45 p.m. Tambien tenemos servicios especiales durante el Adviento y la Cuaresma. Si desea
confesarse en otro momento por favor llame a uno de los sacerdotes.
UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS: Siempre hay un sacerdote listo a
servirle si un enfermo necesita una visita de emergencia. Para comunicarse
con él, por favor llame a la parroquia y siga las instrucciones del sistema
telefónico. La unción de los enfermos se ofrece a todos los parroquianos que
la necesiten. Para mayor información pregunte a uno de los sacerdotes.
HOSPITALES/VISITAS A ENFERMOS/ANCIANATOS: Diariamente tenemos ministros visitando el hospital de Rockdale . Ministros Eucaristicos llevan a sus casas la comunión a los enfermos. Si tiene un familiar
enfermo, llame a la oficina parroquial é infórmenos.
CONSEJERIA: .para adultos, adolescents y niños, individual, de parejas y
familias, evaluaciones para inmigracion, talleres, clases y grupos de apoyo
Maria Olearczyk, M.A. 770-6270010 [email protected]

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