“Make love your aim.” - 1 Corinthians 14:1 “Love never ends. ”

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“Make love your aim.” - 1 Corinthians 14:1 “Love never ends. ”
T
he first reading sounds so pedestrian, but it
was a watershed moment in the history of religion! It represents the beginning of a revolution that took place in all religions about this time (400
BC +/-). All the literature, lore, history, law, rituals,
you name it--ALL of the sacred treasury of a people
was placed in the hands of any follower. Before, it had
been the property of the priestly caste, only. So, when
you read that first reading, you should really feel the
earth shaking beneath you! Holiness began to be something that all human beings could begin to pursue for
themselves--in all the religions. Out of this, came a
devotion to Torah, the rise of a class of scholars of the
law, whose motto was, "the point of the study of the
Sacred Text is to know how to live--if the life isn't
changed, the study is useless." In the Gospel, this
week, we get Luke's memory of Jesus' "introduction to
the world," and unlike John's memory last week, of the
wedding at Cana, Luke remembers that Jesus opened
his ministry reading and studying the Sacred Text (in
this case, Isaiah), and we see Jesus embodying that
idea that one has to live what one studies or study is
pointless. The rest of Luke's Gospel will be an illustration of how Jesus chose to "live out" the Text He read
that day. We as His disciples are challenged on every
page of this Gospel to live out that same Sacred Text
in our lives, too.
- Fr. Bill Axe
-Alfio Mazzei
-Alicia Jimenez Bravo
-Anabel Manriquez
-Andres Luna
-Archie Brown II
-Arlasha Allen
-Blanca Saviñon
-Barbara Harvey
-Bertha Antee
-Bonita Sanderlin
-Camille Jones
-Carlos Antonio Vasquez
-Christina Paul
-Constantino Perez
-Damacio Horta
-Darwin Varela
-Dee Carlson
-Dulce Maria E. Saviñon
-Dustin, Gabriel,
Carmelo, and Jorge
-Devina Molette-Ford
-Dominique Barksdale
-Edwin Raland
-Edwin Rivas
-Edy Becker
-Elsa Perez
-Elvia Herrera
-Ethel Lamirault
-Fredia Sanderlin
-Gabriel y Miralda Tahan
-Georgie Davis
-Giovanni Garcia
-Gladys Green
-Glen Arellano
-Gloria Sanguillen
-Guadalupe Morales
-Henre Dorsey
-Jack & Michael Stokes
-Joan McLaughlin
-Juan Madariaga
-Juan Moreno
-Juanita Orozco
-Juanita Rubalcava
-Julia Ureña
-Linda Guillian
-Lisa Gallardo
-Lorraine Duperon
-Lucy Rodriguez
-Marcelle Mehlinger
-Margaret Alexander
-Maria Jimenez
-Maria Luna
-Maria Perez
-Mariana Reynoso
-Maura Fitzgerald
-Marlene Debora
-Michelle Porter
-Miguel Alfredo Piliado
¡
La primera lectura suena muy simple y elemental,
pero fue un momento clave en la historia de la religión! Representa el principio de una revolución que
se formó en todas las religiones alrededor de este tiempo
(400 A.C). Toda la literatura, sabiduría popular, historia,
ley, rituales, lo que gusten– TODO el tesoro sagrado de
un pueblo se ha puesto sobre las manos de un seguidor.
Antes, había sido la propiedad de la casta sacerdotal,
solamente. Entonces, cuando leen la primera lectura,
¡deberían sentir que tiembla el suelo! La santidad empezó a ser algo que todos los seres humanos podían seguir por sí mismos– en todas las religiones. De esto, vino
una devoción al Torá, una elevación de una clase de sabios de la ley, cuyo lema era, “el punto de estudiar el
Texto Sagrado es de saber cómo vivir– si la vida no ha
sido cambiada, el estudio es inútil.” En el Evangelio, esta
semana, tenemos la memoria de Lucas de la
“introducción de Jesús al mundo,” y a diferencia de la
memoria de Juan de la semana pasada, de las Bodas de
Caná, Lucas recuerda que Jesús inicia su ministerio leyendo y estudiando el Texto Sagrado (en este caso, Isaías), y vemos que Jesús encarna esa idea que uno debería
vivir lo que uno estudia, o el estudio es inútil. El resto
del Evangelio de Lucas será una ilustración de cómo
Jesús eligió en cómo “vivir” el Texto que Él leyó aquel
día. Nosotros, cómo Sus discípulos, cada día tenemos el
desafío en cada página de este Evangelio de vivir ese
mismo Texto Sagrado en nuestras vidas, también.
- Padre Bill Axe
-Mykhail J. Thomas
-Nicole Michelle
-Norma Barker
-Nyniece Micheaou
-Oscar Barbosa
-Pam Terry
-Patrick Fitzgerald
-Paula Dupre Moore
-Peggy Anderson
-Penelope Mendoza
-Rafael Segura
-Ramon Jimenez Andrade
-Ramon Reyes
-Raymond Almeida
-Ricardo Morales
-Rita N. Ashe
-Robert Johnson
-Ronald Mayberry
-Rosa Diaz
-Rose Thierry
-Sophie Demarcos
-Sergio Villanueva
-Sevarina Legaspi
-Silvia Esquivel
-Sylvia Smyles
-Timothy Akens
-Teri Lanham
-Terry Ally Sr.
-Virginia Gadison
“Make love your aim.”
- 1 Corinthians 14:1
“Love never ends. ”
- 1 Corinthians 13:8
To build and foster a Christian Community that
offers the opportunity to experience God’s unconditional love and acceptance to all who come into
contact with it.
T
oday's readings from the Old Testament recount how the Israelite people planned to rebuild the city of Jerusalem after coming back
from the exile. They are excited about being home, but
scared at the immense task before them. They are told by
Nehemiah to have faith in God and in each other and it will
get done. The wonderful thing is, they did rebuild the City
and it stands even today.
We have embarked on a similar task, to fix and
enhance our Church. I know that you have been hearing
announcements asking for money and some of you are a bit
confused. We have started working on the outside and
hopefully you will see changes soon. Then we need to
make improvements to the inside. You will be hearing
more about this in the near future. We need everyone's help
to make this happen. Please look at what you might be able
to give now and down the road. Every little bit
helps and your offering means a lot, no matter
how small.
God bless and Have a Blessed week,
Construir y alimentar una Comunidad Cristiana
que ofrece la oportunidad de experimentar el amor
incondicional de Dios y la aceptación a todos con
quienes nos encontremos.
L
as lecturas de hoy del Antiguo Testamento relatan cómo el pueblo de Israel planeaba reconstruir la ciudad de Jerusalén después de volver
de exilio. Están emocionados por estar en casa, pero miedo a la inmensa tarea ante ellos. Nehemías les dice que
tengan fe en Dios y en los demás y que se realice. Lo maravilloso es, que si hicieron la reconstrucción de la ciudad
y se destaca aún hoy en día.
Nos hemos embarcado en una tarea similar, para
arreglar y mejorar nuestra Iglesia. Sé que han estado escuchando anuncios pidiendo dinero y algunos de ustedes
están un poco confundidos. Hemos empezado a trabajar en
el exterior y veremos cambios pronto. Después mejoraremos el interior. Van a escuchar más sobre esto en el futuro
cercano. Necesitamos la ayuda de todos para que esto suceda. Por favor, piense en lo que usted podría ser capaz de
dar ahora y en el futuro. Todo ayuda y su apoyo
significa mucho, no importa cuán pequeño.
Dios bendiga y tengan una semana Santísima,
Sr. Karen Collier
Sr. Karen Collier
Tax Letters for 2015
Cartas de Impuestos para 2015
We would like to thank you for your generous contributions
throughout last year and especially in the last few weeks of
December. Your generosity allows us continue the mission
and ministry of St. Agatha. All donations totaling $250 or
more for the year will receive a tax letter in the mail after all
data entry has been processed by January 31st. Please allow
time for our letter to arrive before your tax appointment.
Nos gustaría dar las gracias por sus generosas contribuciones
a lo largo del año pasado y sobre todo en las últimas semanas de diciembre. Su generosidad nos permite continuar la
misión y el ministerio de Santa Águeda. Todas las donaciones por un total de $250 o más para el año recibirán una carta de impuestos en el correo después que todos los datos se
hayan procesado el 31 de enero. Por favor, dar tiempo a
nuestra carta para llegar antes de su cita de impuestos.
If you have questions, contact Enrique Reyes at [email protected], or (323) 935-8127 ext 224.
“As each one has received a
special gift, employ it in
serving one another as good
stewards of the manifold
grace of God. “
- 1 Peter 4:10
Si tiene alguna pregunta, póngase en contacto con Enrique
Reyes al [email protected], o (323) 935-8127 ext 224.
Sunday, January 17, 2016
$ 7,152.50
Online Giving
$ 405.00
Sunday, January 10, 2016
$ 8,680.50
Online Giving
$ 977.00
"Que todos, como buenos
administradores de los
múltiples dones de Dios,
pongan al servicio de los demás el don que recibieron"
-1 Pedro 4:10
Santa Águeda Presenta:
St. Agatha’s Presents:
Cena y Baile Celebrando el
Día del Amor y de la Amistad!
Invitamos a parejas y solteros
a que vengan a bailar y tener un buen
tiempo.
¡Los fondos de este evento serán a beneficio a la Restauración de la Iglesia.
Sábado, 13 de febrero de 2016
$25.00 por persona
De 7:00 PM a 11:00 PM
Los Boletos ya están disponibles.
Celebrating Love and Friendship
Dinner Dance!
All couples and singles are
welcome.
The proceeds of this event will go to the
Restoration of our Church.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
$25.00 per person
From 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Tickets are available after mass!
FREE Sustainability Class
Clase GRATIS de Sostenibilidad
Relative Wellness welcomes Sustainability Expert Stephanie
Speights, who will educate our community on how to increase
its physical, economic and social wellness by giving practical
and cost-effective ways to: Conserve water, reduce waste, remove dangerous chemicals from our homes, understand the
benefits of eating sustainable foods, and use energy more efficiently. Participants will come away armed with knowledge on
how they can improve their wellness, the lives of those they
love and the state of God’s world.
Bienestar Relativo le da la bienvenida a la Experta en Sostenibilidad, Stephanie Speights, que educara a nuestra comunidad
sobre la forma de aumentar su bienestar físico, económico y
social, dando formas prácticas y rentables para: Conservar
agua, reducir gasto, retire productos químicos peligrosos de
nuestras casas, comprender los beneficios de comer alimentos
sostenibles, y usar la energía más eficientemente. Los participantes saldrán de allí armados con conocimientos sobre cómo
pueden mejorar su bienestar, la vida de sus seres queridos y el
estado del mundo de Dios.
Saturday, January 30
From 3:30p – 5:30p
St. Agatha Family Parish Hall
El sábado, 30 de enero, de 3:30pm a 5:30pm
En el salón parroquial
Please RSVP to the St. Agatha office at (323) 935-8127 by
Thursday, January 28, so that we can have enough give-aways
for participants.
Tutoring Has Resumed
Tutoría/Asesoría Ha Regresado
Our tutoring program, led by Ashley Merryman, has resumed. We will meet on Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. to
9:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in
Room 4. The program is free and it is designed for students Kinder to High School. All are welcome.
Good Stewards—Talents
Por favor confirmar su asistencia en la oficina Pastoral (323)
935-8127, antes del 28 de enero, para que podamos tener suficiente obsequios para los participantes.
Nuestro programa de tutoría, dirigido por Ashley Merryman, ha regresado, tenemos tutoría los jueves 7:00 p.m. a
9:00 p.m. y sábados 1:00 p.m. a 3:00 p.m. en el salón 4.
El programa es gratis y es para estudiantes del kínder al
bachillerato. Todos están bienvenidos.
¡CUENTA CONMIGO!
We are looking for volunteers with talents
and skills, if you would like to help please
contact our Business Manager:
Enrique Reyes at (323) 935-8127, ext: 224.
Cuenta Conmigo—Talentos
Estamos buscando voluntarios con talento y
habilidades, si te gustaría ayudar por favor de
contactar a nuestro Administrador de Finanzas:
Enrique Reyes (323) 935-8127 ext. 224.
Editor’s January 2016 Reading
Grupo de Familia Al– Anon
Poet, Warrior, Prophet by Rubem Alves
Reuniones: Miércoles
Hora: 8:00 a 9:30pm
(2do piso Salón escolar #5)
Información: Gladis(323) 491-785
Yolanda: (213) 321-0796 Ana: (323) 788-1503
Founder of Liberation Theology and recommended
by Fr. Bill Axe.
December: Christmas Jars by Jason F. Wright
SAVE THE DATE: April 9, 2016
ANOTE EL DIA: 9 de abril, 2016
BREAKFAST WITH
THE MORALES BROTHERS
DESAYUNO CON
LOS HERMANOS MORALES
Join us for a delicious Breakfast with the Morales
Brothers! Next Sunday, January 31, 2016, from 8:00
a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Pre-Sale Tickets
Adults: $8.00 Children: $5.00
Tickets at the door
Adults: $10.00 Children: $5.00
The tickets will be on sale on January 17th, after all
the Masses and at the Pastoral Center during the
week.
Venga y disfrute un desayuno delicioso con Los
Hermanos Morales! Domingo, 31 de enero del 2016.
De 8:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. en el salón parroquial.
Boletos de pre-venta
Adultos: $8.00 y niños: $5.00
Boletos en la puerta
Adultos: $10.00 y niños: $5.00
Los boletos estarán disponible el 17 de enero
después de las misas y en el Centro Pastoral durante
la semana.
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January 30— Spanish Eucharistic Ministry
"NOBODY CAN DO
EVERYTHING BUT
EVERYBODY CAN DO
SOMETHING"
What an awesome Christmas
Day celebration we had in
the church hall on Christmas
Day. Our guests felt the
love, caring and compassion
that was so alive and thriving in the air. You were the
difference for them and they
were aware of being treated
with dignity and respect.
For many of our guests this
is the one day of the year
that people seem to be kind
to them and they become
important visible people in
the eyes of world once
again. The atmosphere in the
hall is so different on this
one day we'd like to bottle
this up and spread It around
everyday forever. We have
been asked "how many did
we feed on Christmas" to us
the importance is what we
have never been asked "how
many guests did we touch
and make a difference for on
Christmas this year?" The
number is not the focus or
us the mission of touching
lives and making and being
the difference as hope is
being planted, love is being
sowed and spirits and souls
are being nourished by the
grace of God and those who
have chosen to do their God
works through prayers,
donating their time, talent
and treasure before, during
and after the dinner is what
is important and matters.
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January 23— S.H.A.R.E. Ministry
During our gathering before
the dinner you were reminded that God would be
there did you feel and or see
him in the face of a guest or
your fellow volunteer? He
was there.!! Each one of you
that served on this road to
Christmas Dinner 2015 will
have your own story of what
you felt during your journey
serving to be and make a
difference. for that stranger.
Our prayers for UNITY in
our church family were
So many helped on the road answered. The St. Agatha
to make this Christmas Day saints and wingless angels
possible. We don't want to
came together on a mission
spoil your God blessing so
of service WE ALL
this year we will leave the
WORKED AND SERVED
acts of kindness and blessTOGETHER. THERE WAS
ings that you chose to do
NO DIFFERENCE WE
between God, the receivers WERE ON A MISSION
(our guests) and you the
FOR GOD TO SERVE
doer. God is sooooo aware
THOSE IN NEED. IT CAN
of your works and when you BE DONE AND WITH
meet him face to face and
GOD'S GRACE I WILL
He shows you your page in CONTINUE!!! God must
the book of life there will be have been shouting and
the times when you made the dancing "they got it they are
choice to do kindness.
working to serve as a FAMILY" Let's do it again. Amen
Please keep the spirit of
Christmas alive and thriving
everyday of your journey.
Kindness is a choice!!!!!
We ask God to bless you and
all those you love and hold
dear with, love, patience,
peace, happiness, grace,
mercy and good health in
2016.
We thank you and are deeply
appreciative and are grateful
to God and you our church
family. Amen
Be blessed and be a blessing
as you continue your walk
with God and praying for
unity and peace on everywhere on earth. Amen.
BLESSINGS,
THE S.H.A.R.E.
MINISTRY
Pope Francis Corner
Espacio para el Papa Francisco
Reflections from Laudato Si
"Modernity has been marked by an excessive anthropocentrism which today, under another guise, continues to
stand in the way of shared understanding and of any effort to
strengthen social bonds. The time has come to pay renewed
attention to reality and the limits it imposes; this in turn is the
condition for a more sound and fruitful development of individuals and society. An inadequate presentation of Christian
anthropology gave rise to a wrong understanding of the relationship between human beings and the world. Often, what was
handed on was a Promethean vision of mastery over the world,
which gave the impression that the protection of nature was
something that only the faint-hearted cared about. Instead, our
“dominion” over the universe should be understood more properly in the sense of responsible stewardship” (116).
Reflexiones de Laudato Si
"En la modernidad hubo una gran desmesura antropocéntrica que, con otro ropaje, hoy sigue dañando toda referencia común y todo intento por fortalecer los lazos sociales.
Por eso ha llegado el momento de volver a prestar atención a la
realidad con los límites que ella impone, que a su vez son la
posibilidad de un desarrollo humano y social más sano y fecundo. Una presentación inadecuada de la antropología cristiana
pudo llegar a respaldar una concepción equivocada sobre la
relación del ser humano con el mundo. Se transmitió muchas
veces un sueño prometeico de dominio sobre el mundo que
provocó la impresión de que el cuidado de la naturaleza es cosa
de débiles. En cambio, la forma correcta de interpretar el concepto del ser humano como « señor » del universo consiste en
entenderlo como administrador responsable” (116).
St. Agatha Trivia
Did you know?
You can hear St. Agatha’s Bells 5 minutes before Mass
and at 12:00 Noon.
Trivia de St. Agatha
¿Sabías?
Puedes escuchar las campanas de Santa Águeda 5 minutes antes de misa y a las 12:00 del mediodía.
Setting boundaries fosters healthy relationships
Estableciendo límites
We create boundaries to keep our lives in order, for example
many adults separate personal and professional relationships.
Trusted adults can help teach children to do the same. Boundaries are essential in the foundation of relationships, and children
should be comfortable expressing where they draw their own
lines. “No means no” is easy to say in theory, but it should be
respected in practice by your kids and their friends, teachers
and other adults. Teach your kids how to explore their own
comfort zones and give them time to tell you about their experiences. Open communication helps them understand that setting
boundaries is part of life.
Establecemos límites para mantener nuestras vidas en orden.
Por ejemplo, muchos adultos separan sus relaciones personales
de las profesionales. Adultos en los que se puede confiar pueden ayudar a enseñar a los niños a hacer lo mismo. Los límites
son esenciales en el cimiento de relaciones y los niños deben
sentirse cómodos al expresar dónde ellos desean poner sus propios límites. En teoría es fácil decir “No significa no”, pero
debe ser respetado en la práctica por sus hijos y sus amistades,
profesores y otros adultos. Enseñe a sus hijos cómo explorar sus
propias zonas de comodidad y déles el tiempo para que le cuenten sobre sus propias experiencias. La comunicación abierta les
ayuda a entender que sentar fronteras es parte de la vida.
Fr. Bill Axe, o.ss.t.
P.O. Box 5719
Baltimore, MD 21282-0719
Padre Bill Axe, o.ss.t.
P.O. Box 5719
Baltimore, MD 21282-0719
MAILING ADDRESS FOR PACKAGES OR ADDRESS FOR VISITS:
DIRECCIÓN POSTAL DE PAQUETES O DIRECCIÓN PARA VISITAS:
Fr. Bill Axe, o.ss.t.
c/o Holy Trinity Fathers
8400 Park Heights Ave.
Pikesville, MD 21208
Padre Bill Axe, o.ss.t.
c/o Holy Trinity Fathers
8400 Park Heights Ave.
Pikesville, MD 21208
We are far enough away from post office that they do not deliver letters, we have to go get them. But UPS and YOU can
find us at the address above!
A HUGE thank-you to everyone! The going away parties, the
gifts, the words of encouragement, the laughter and tears--all
made me feel so very special and so very loved. Know that both
Fr. Frank and I love all of you. This move has been akin to
open heart surgery--we feel like our hearts have been ripped
out. But, we know you are in good hands and we pray for you
daily. Again, thank you to everyone for everything.
Estamos lejos de la oficina de correo que no entregan cartas
aquí, tenemos que ir a recogerlas. Pero UPS y ustedes pueden
encontrarnos en la dirección de arriba!
Un agradecimiento enorme a todo el mundo! Los que salen
partidos, los regalos, las palabras de aliento, las risas y las lágrimas - todos me hicieron sentir tan especial y tan amado. Sepa
que tanto el padre Frank y yo amamos a todos ustedes. Este
movimiento ha sido similar a la cirugía a corazón abierto - sentimos que nuestros corazones se han arrancado. Pero, sabemos
que está en buenas manos y rezamos por usted todos los días.
Una vez más, gracias a todos por todo.
Paz,
Padre Bill & Padre Frank
Peace,
Fr. Bill & Fr. Frank
Pastoral Staff Directory
Sat January 23 ╬ Sábado 23 de Enero
5:30 p.m.
Our Parish Family
Sun January 24 ╬ Domingo 24 de Enero
Neh 8: 2-10/ Ps 19: 8-15/ 1 Cor 12: 12-30/ Lk 1: 1-4; 4: 14-21
7:00 a.m.
Bertha León Santibáñez †
- A petición de su familia
7:00 a.m.
Leo Vicente †
- A petición de Ana Vicente
7:00 a.m.
Alicia Cela de Mancilla †
- A petición de Alicia Mancilla
7:00 a.m.
Doroteo Perez †
- A petición de la familia Perez Alonzo
7:00 a.m.
Elvira Ventura (Feliz Cumpleaños)
- A petición de la familia Ventura
7:00 a.m.
Juan Antonio Quiñones
(Feliz Cumpleaños)
- A petición de su familia
8:30 a.m.
S.H.A.R.E. (15 years of service)
- Requested by the S.H.A.R.E. Ministry
10:00 a.m.
S.H.A.R.E. (15 years of service)
- Requested by the S.H.A.R.E. Ministry
12:15 p.m.
Leo Vicente †
Pastoral Office (323) 935-8127
(323) 743-8127 (text messages)
St. Agatha's Web: www.stagathas.org
Sr. Karen Collier
Parish Life Director
Ext. 227
[email protected]
Fr. Ernest Pathi
Priest Ministry
Ext. 223
[email protected]
Dn. Ricardo Recinos
Hispanic Apostolate
(323) 935-1308
[email protected]
Enrique Reyes
Parish Business Manager
Ext. 224
[email protected]
(323) 933-0963
Teresa Amezcua
Director of Faith Formation [email protected]
Gricelda de la Cerda
Youth Ministry
Ext. 240
[email protected]
Emmanuel Montenegro
Receptionist
Ext. 221
[email protected]
Eddie Hilley
Music Ministry Director
(323) 935-2853
[email protected]
- A petición de Ana Vicente
12:15 p.m.
Rafael García †
- A petición de Yesenia Jacobo y Familia
5:30 p.m.
Our Parish Family
Monday, January 25 ╬ Lunes 25 de Enero
Acts 22: 3-16 or Acts 9: 1-22/ Ps 117: 1bc. 2/ Mk 16: 15-18
Our Parish Family
6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, January 26 ╬ Martes 26 de Enero
Pastoral Office Hours
Monday - Friday • Lunes - Viernes
10:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturday • Sábado
9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Sunday: OFFICE CLOSED
2 Tm 1: 1-8 / Ps 96: 1-2a. 2b-3. 7-8a. 10/ Mk 3: 31-35
6:30 p.m.
Nuestra Familia Parroquial
Wed, January 27 ╬ Miércoles 27 de Enero
2 Sm 7: 4-17/ Ps 89: 4-5. 27-28. 29-30/ Mk 4: 1-20
8:00 a.m.
Our Parish Family
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Thurs, January 28 ╬ Jueves 28 de Enero
2 Sm 7: 18-19. 24-29/ Ps 132: 1-2. 3-5. 11-14/ Mk 4: 21-25
6 30 p.m.
Servicio de Comunión
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Friday, January 29 ╬ Viernes 29 de Enero
2 Sm 11: 1-4a. 5-10a. 13-17/ Ps 51: 3-11/ Mk 4: 26-34
6:30 p.m.
Alejandro Perez (Happy Birthday)
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Next Sunday Readings
-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 31, 2016
Mass Times / Tiempos de Misa
Mon: 6:30pm (En) Tues: 6:30pm (Sp)
Wed: 8:00am (En) Thurs: 6:30pm (Sp)
Fri: 6:30pm (Bl) Sat: 5:30pm (En/Vigil)
Sun: 7:00am (Sp), 8:30am (En)
10:00am (En/Gospel) 12:15pm (Sp) 5:30pm (En)
Confession / Confesiones
Saturday/Sábado: 4:40pm
Welcome to St. Agatha Catholic Church!
Jer1: 4-5,17-19/Ps71/1Cor 12: 31,13: 13/Lk4:21-30
We extend our hands and hearts in Christian fellowship to you here
celebrating with us, whether longtime residents or newly arrived in the
parish.
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