August 14, 2016 - St. John Neumann Catholic Church

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August 14, 2016 - St. John Neumann Catholic Church
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August 14, 2016
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
RCIA JOURNEY OF FAITH
All adult Catholics who have not completed any of the
three Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, First
Communion and Confirmation) and all those who are
not Catholic but would like to become Catholic are
invited to join us for the
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
RCIA Journey of Faith.
Classes begin on Wednesday, September 14 and they
will meet every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. until the week
before the Easter Vigil. You will receive your
Sacraments at the Easter Vigil on April 15.
For more information please call Deacon Bob Binder at
305-238-6484 or Bill Tuttle at 305-801-6806
AUGUST 14 - 2016 - TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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MASS INTENTIONS OF THE WEEK
SUNDAY READINGS:
Mon., Aug. 15, 7:00 a.m. +Isabel Acosta by Carmen & Lucia
8:30 a.m. +Gloria Rondon by Juan B. Rondon
Tues., Aug. 16, 7:00 a.m. Jose Gomez in Thanksgiving by
Loving Family
8:30 a.m. +Ray Hyman by Loving Family
Wed., Aug. 17, 7:00 a.m. +Sarah Forehand by Toni Corleto
8:30 a.m. +Jose Juan Dumont by Marisol Fradera
Thurs., Aug. 18, 7:00 a.m. +Miguel Arrieta by Loving Son
8:30 a.m. +Alicia Zubovich by Loving Granddaughter
Fri., Aug. 19, 7:00 a.m. Fr. Tomasz by Phil Haurus
8:30 a.m. +Angela R. Lorie by Stella & Adriana
Sat., Aug. 20 - 8:30 a.m. Community Mass
5:00 p.m. +Jennifer Zighelboim by Gatcliffe Family
Sun., Aug. 21 -7:30 a.m. +Juana Li by Loving Family
9:00 a.m. For the Intentions of the SJN Parish Family
11:00 a.m. Catherine Jardines Happy Birthday
1:00 p.m. +Anthony Mellado by Loving Family
Get the most out of Sunday Mass! Today’s Readings:
August 14 - 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time: 1st Reading: Jeremiah 38:4-6,8-10; 2nd Reading: Hebrews
12:1-4; Gospel: Luke 12:49-53. Next Week’s Readings: August 21 - 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time: 1st
Reading: Isaiah 66:18-21; 2nd Reading: Hebrews
12:5-7,11-13; Gospel: Luke 13:22-30.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CCD
Registration for the 2016-2017 religious education
year has begun. Hurry in and sign up before summer
is gone and our classes are full. Visit our website
www.sjn-miami.org for detailed information.
Summer Office Hours:
Monday through Thursday:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Requirements for registration:
PRAY FOR THE SICK
Carlos Gonzalez: Nicolas Carpenter; Rosemary Clark; Grace
Rodriguez; Violet Chang; Gina Fernandez; Chloe Settler; Teresa
Fernandez; Martha Harkins; Terry Harkins; Bob Johns; Claire
Pare Smith; Tracy Gutierrez; Natalie Mesa; Angela Ortiz; Evelyn
Sandoval; Gerry Vilas; Maria Teresa Mendez; Frankie Viturello;
Stephen Williams; Margarita Acevedo; Myrna Gallagher; Marie
Andrieux; Elaine Blazys; Mercy Rodriguez; Brandon Torres
Iglesias; Mark Zimmer; Maria Stevens; Olivia Kessler; Fred
Metelnikow; Elfie Nuñez; Ever Dominic; Sean Kelley; Jesus De
Armas; Robert Schmidt; Beatriz Contino; Efren Marquez; Pearl
Rivero; Bill Beauregard; Sr. Elsa Maroon; Sebastian Jennot;
Brian Broadwater; Christine Wilcosky; Ricardo Vogel; Beatriz
Contino; Mike O’Connor; Robert Morgan; Adria Kennedy;
Willie Kennedy; Carol Samuels; Miriam Suarez; Jorge Quintana;
Rick Gonzalez; Steven Gandolfo; Teresita Casajuana; Bill
Segale; Angel Castillo; Nersa Aguila; Alex Silva; Maria Isabel
Avila; Emma Rodriguez; Luzzie Garcia; Graham Mozealous;
Margarita Candia; Alain Cardosa; Bill Nipple; Miriam Olivera;
Raquel Gonzalez; Don Daniel; Frank Garmendia; Freddy Mesa;
Carolyn Michael; Regla Fernandez; Raul Calle; Connie
Zumbrum; Laurie Portuondo; Rene Gomez; Jose Zamora; Sofia
Maria Mesa; Joseph Milone; Alicia Pumarejo; Crystal Dorta;
Jamey Mathers; Kathy Held; Minnie Johns; Katherine Gonzalez;
Debra J. Smith; Gladys Cepeda
Copy of Baptismal Certificate
Completed registration form
Payment in cash or check only.
CATECHISTS AND AIDES NEEDED!
A few wonderful people who are flexible, energetic
and who love children are needed to share their faith
and the meaning of God's love with our CCD
students. We particularly need help on weekdays. If
you are interested in helping, please contact the
Religious Education Office at 305-255-6642 ext. 309
or via e-mail at [email protected]
SISTERS IN CHRIST
Sisters in Christ would like to invite you to the bake
sale on Sundays, August 14 and 21 after all Masses
from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Come and enjoy
delicious baked goods. The proceeds from the sale will
go to benefit a medical mission to the poor and needy.
Hope to see you there.
NEW PARISHIONERS...ARE WELCOMED AT ST. JOHN’S. If you want to join our Parish
Family, please attend one of our orientation meetings which are held one Sunday a month at 9:30
a.m., Rooms E&F. For dates please call the Parish Office or speak to someone at the Information
Booth in the Loggia after Masses on Sundays. Everyone interested in joining is welcome to the
meeting! We have coffee, donuts and juice for the little ones - and you will be out in time for the
11:00 a.m. Mass. CURRENT PARISHIONERS, please inform us of any name, address or phone
changes; this will assist in keeping your records up to date. Thank You!!
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PASTOR’S REFLECTION
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 14, 2016
Dear Friends,
The cost of following Jesus is often most difficult,
as believing and living Jesus’ teachings may often set
us against people we love and admire. In all we say
and do, we are constantly defining ourselves as true
followers of Jesus… or simply just “by-standing
admirers of Jesus.” At the same time my goal in life
is not to be divisive, arrogant in teaching the faith, or
drawing attention to myself.

We pray that God may give us the courage to
witness to him clearly and lovingly.”
Take time to refresh the life of the Spirit that has been
given you. Then witness your faith like disciples and
believers throughout the ages. Be assured of my
prayers for you and for your dear ones. May the good
Lord bless you with wisdom and peace.
In Christ,
Msgr. Pablo A. Navarro
FINDING THE WAY
Finding The Way Ministry invites all men of the Parish
to join us for our next meeting on Saturday, August
13. We will meet at the Church at 8:30 a.m. and then
move to RH-Rm. F. Those interested in seeking God
through the use of the Gospel as their roadmap contact
Ed Daes 786 547-7642 or Ivan Arguello
786- 417-9322 for further information.
LOOKING FOR A RICH, DEEP AND
MEANINGFUL DEVOTIONAL LIFE?
Join SJN CENTERING PRAYER GROUP ORACION CENTRANTE
Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. in AE-101.
For information call Beatriz 305-804 2635,
or Bill 305 984-6712.
Be still and know that I am God” Psalm 46:10.
[email protected] pontifex
God counts on you for who you are,
not for what you have. You are
valuable in His eyes and your
value is priceless.
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
SAMPLE OF BILLS
JULY 2016
Equipment Replacement
ADOM Health Insurance
Pension Plan
Altar needs
Music
Office supplies/Offertory Env.
Custodial supplies
Equipment Maintenance
Building Repairs
Grounds, Sprinklers, Pest Control
Electricity
ADOM Assessment
ADOM Property & Liability
7642.58
5681.13
3154.75
1278.37
1348.93
2503.60
1504.44
1378.43
9087.59
2210.53
7694.24
18733.09
9455.47
We are able to pay all these bills and more through your
generous stewardship to our parish. Thank you and God
bless you.
PLEASE DON’T FORGET YOUR FINANCIAL
COMMITMENT TO THE PARISH WHILE YOU
ARE AWAY ON YOUR WELL DESERVED
SUMMER VACATION !!!
CALLING ALL EMMAUS SISTERS......
Our next Prayer & Share reunion will be held on
Wednesday, August 17 at 7:30 p.m. in room AE-200.
Miriam DeHainaut will be the guest speaker. Please
bring a small snack to share with the group...and invite
an Emmaus Sister to join you for the evening. Email
any questions to [email protected]
HOLY HOUR
Please join the Upper Room Prayer Group for
a Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesday, August 17 with
Deacon Gonzalez
We will start with the Holy Rosary for our
country at 7:00 p.m. followed by praise and
worship at 7:30 p.m.: Holy Hour at 7:45 p.m.
The Upper Room Prayer Group will resume their
meetings on Wednesday August 31 at 7:00 p.m.
DIVINE MERCY MINISTRY
Meets on the first and third
Wednesdays of the month.
Next meeting will be on August 17 at
7:30 p.m., Room AE-201
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They have crossed
the finish line!
Gold Medal Thanks
to these
SJN ABCD
‘Olympians’
who have
completed
their 2016
pledge.
Abdella Family, Barbara
Adessi Family, John
Adessi Family, Steven
Alentado Family, Ramon
Algeciras Family, Margrit
Alvarado Family, Jose
Alvarez Family, Ricardo
Alvarez Family, Daniel
Alvarez Family, Leonella
Amat Family, Victor
Anderson Family, Marcia
Arellano Family,Abraham
Arteaga-Narino Family,Maria
Avallone Family, Stephen
Avila Family, Salvador
Baden Family, Halbert
Beltran Family, John
Bergmann Family, Irene
Binder Family, Robert
Blandon Family, Alvaro
Borg Family, Janet
Bossick Family,James
Cabanillas Family, Alfred
Calero Family, Eduardo
Calvo Family,William
Calzadilla Family, Jose
Calzadilla Family, David
Campaneria Family,Virgil
Campos Family, Bienvenida
Carrion Family, Hernan
Casajuana Family,Teresita
Castan Family, Liliana
Castro Family, Armando
Chakko Family, Simon
Chang Family, Winsome
Chang Family, Catherine
Chin Family, Basil
Concepcion Family, Zeke
Cruz Family, Rafael
Cuello Family, Mario
Davio Family, Christopher
De La Maza Family, Rafael
De La Torre Family, Eduardo
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De Leon Family, Samuel
De Zayas Family, Armando
Decerce Family, Susan
DeChurch Family, Elizabeth
Degruttola Family,Ralph
Delgado Family, Hector
Diaz Family, Benjamin
Dominguez Family, Alfonso
Duarte Family, Rosa
Enjamio Family, Juan
Erickson Familiy, Loretta
Erkelens Family, David
Escobar Family,Jorge
Esguerra Family,George
Farwell Family,William
Fernandez Family,Frank
Fernandez Family, Ernesto
Flamini Family, Marialeana
Flick Family, Vincent
Forbes Family, Una
Forque Family, Rosemarie
Gannon Family, Edward
Garcia Family, Manuel
Garcia Family, Eloy
Garcia Family,Luis
Garcia Family, Michael
Garrido Family, Jose
Gasset Family,Gloria
Gehr Family,John
Gill Family,Clarinda
Gomez Family, Javier
Goncalves Famly, Joseph
Gonzalez Family, Ricardo
Gonzalez Family, Richard
Gonzalez Family, Carlos
Gonzalez Famliy, Peter
Gonzalez Family Jorge
Gonzalez Family, Robert
Guerra Family, Miguel
Guillen Family, Jimmy
Gyamfi Family,Anthony
Hall Family, Vielka
Harder Family, Maria
Harries Family, Stuart
Haurus Family, Philip
Heffernan Family, John
Hernandez Family Fresnel
Horstmann Family, Enrique
Hyman Family, Jo Anne
Isenberg Family,David
Jammel Family,Mark
Jardines Family, Maximo
Jilek Family, Dorothy
Kam Family, Cynthia
Kientz Family, Giovanna
Kmieck Family, Peter
Konapelsky Family, John
Kow Family, Kenneth
Kulikowski Family, Cathy
Lagomasino Family, Juan
Lancelotta Family, Gary
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
Lecusay Family, Armando
Lee Family, Michael
Lockwood Family, Kevin
Love Family, Ted
Marks Family, Marilyn
Martinez Family, Roberto
Martinez Family, Octavio
Martinez Family, Luis
Martinez-Arteaga Family, R.
Massens Family, Juan
Mastromarino Family,Bob
May Family,William
McAlister Family, Jack
McKeegan Family, Rita
Medina Family, Teresa
Medrano Family, Eduardo
Mendoza Family, Ramon
Merz Family, James
Milone Family, Gertrude
Monte Family, Jose
Montesinos Family Jose
Moo Sang Family, William
Moragas Family, Jose
More Family, Maria Rosa
Morgan Family, Robert
Mote Family, Margaret
Moya Family, Osvaldo
Muino Family, Patricia
Muniz Family, Juan
Nateman Family, Joan
Navarro, Msgr. Pablo
Nguyen Family, Viet
Nolla Family, Francisco
O'Brien Family, Margaret
O'Connor Family, Lizette
Octaviano Family, Ray
Olmeda Family, Gloria
O'Neil Family. Jerry
Oro Family, Carlos
Ortega Family, Emilio
Ortega Family, Emilio
Ortiz Family, Justo
Osejo Family, Alan
Pena Family, Herb
Pepper Family, Victoria
Perez Family, Alfonso
Perez Family, Margarita
Perez-Castro Family, Peter
Phelan Family, Sean
Pierson Family, Daniel
Pulgaron Family, Armando
Pumarejo Family, Alicia
Quiroz Family, Jose
Ramirez Family, Hector
Redmond Family, Maureen
Reisinger Family, Ralph
Rico Family, Martha
Rietberg Family, Barbara
Rizzotto Family, Peggy
Robles Family, Alfred
Roche Family, John
Rodenzo Family, Roberto
Rodriguez Family,Jesus
Rogers Family, Marina
Rojas Family, Carlos
Rondon Family, Juan
Salas Family, Sergio Antonio
Salvat Family, Juan
Sanchez Family, Margarita
Sanchez Family, Mario J.
Sanjuan Family, Luis
Schleifer Family, David
Schmidt Family, Robert
Schuler Family, Mark
Schwindeman Family, Eric
Seiglie Family, David
Shepherd Family, Michael
Silva Family, Carlos
Simmons Family, Keith
Singletary Family, Eileen
Slama Family, Joe
Speight Family, Alicia
Spindel Family, Peter
Springer Family, Edwin
Squires Family, Richard
Stark Family, Yamile
Stark Family, Marie
Stommes Family, Dennis
Sueiras Family, Albert
Sullivan Family, Daniel
Sullivan Family, John
Supple Family, Frank
Tablante Family, Edgar
Tamburello Family, Ron
Taveras Norberto
Thomas Family, Gregory
Tierney Family, Patricia
Travieso Family, Lee
Trueba Family, David
Trujillo Family, Miguel
Tuttle Family, William
Vaca Family, Lorena
Valdez Family, Carlos
Valenzuela Family, Rosaura
Van Der Biezen Family, Egbert
Vazquez Family, Jose
Vital Family, Manuel
Vogl Family, Michelina
Walkington Family, Paul
Weissinger Family, Karl
Wells Family, Aida
Whidden Family, Judy
White Family, Robert
Wilcosky Family, Robert
Wilhelm Family, James
Wilhem Family, George
Willis Family, Dwayne
Wong Family, Alberto
Wylde Family, Frances
Wynne Family, Vincent
Yoham Family, Mary Alice
Zogaib Faimly, Olga
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HOMELESS MINISTRY MEMBERS AND
SJN PARISH
Our next outings will be on Saturday, August 20 & Sunday, August 21. We are in need of volunteers and hot
food for both Saturday AND Sunday. This means rice or
pasta dishes with chicken or beef, ex. spaghetti with meat,
arroz con pollo and other casserole dishes with meat. Meatballs from the frozen food section are easy to cook and can
be added to other dishes. Please bring these in a disposable
aluminum pan. Hamburger soup, snacks, hard boiled eggs
(cooked for at least 10 minutes), canned sodas, cases of
individual water bottles, and individually wrapped sandwiches, i.e. ham & cheese, turkey & cheese, or PB & J
sandwiches are always welcomed.
Please bring your food donations between 2:00 and 3:00
p.m.to the church pavilion which is located between the
school and Resurrection Hall.
The group departs for the Miami Rescue Mission at 3:30
p.m. Come and share in this wonderful experience. Children must be at least 14 years of age and must be accompanied by a parent. God bless you.
SJN feeds the homeless the third complete weekend of every month. For more info, please contact Amanda La Gra
305-936-6281 or contact Alicia Speight at
[email protected]
RECORDATORIO DEL MINISTERIO DE LOS
DESAMPARADOS (HOMELESS)
Las próximas salidas serán sábado, el 20 de Agosto y el
mingo, el 21 de Agosto. Necesitamos toallas para los
desamparados de la calle. También tenemos mucha
necesidad de botellas de agua y comidas caliente. Es
decir arroz o pasta con pollo o carne, como arroz con pollo,
spaghetti con picadillo u otras comidas que tengan arroz/
pasta con carne. Sándwiches de jamón con queso, pavo con
queso, mantequilla de manís con jalea, sodas, y bocados
siempre son apreciados. Sopa de hamburguesa siempre es
bienvenida.
Por favor traer sus donaciones entre las 2:00 y 3:00 de la
tarde al pabellón que está localizado entre la escuela y
Resurrection Hall.
Para más información por favor llama a Amanda La Gra
305-936- 6281 o escribirle a Alicia Speight al
[email protected]
Catholic Parish of St. John Neumann
TO GO FORTH
A blog from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops'
Department of Justice, Peace & Human Development. Inspired
by Pope Francis.
Working Together Towards Immigrant Integration –
AUTHORED BY USCCB DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,
PEACE & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
JUSTICE, PEACE & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
 ”Where migrants and refugees are concerned, the Church and
her various agencies ought to avoid offering charitable services
alone; they are also called to promote real integration in a
society where all are active members and responsible for one
another’s welfare…”
– Message of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI for the World
Day of Migrants and Refugees. (2013)
The Catholic Church and its brethren are, in part, defined by a
mandate to welcome the stranger. From schools to health care to
voter registration drives to food assistance, and especially to
parish life, the church has developed pathways for aiding the
newest members of our communities. The Church and its entities cherish this role and continue to fine-tune its efforts at
reaching the newest, and often the most vulnerable, among us.
As part of the church’s efforts, Catholic Legal Immigration
Network, Inc. (CLINIC) has a 28-year history of supporting
local Catholic institutions that aid immigrants. CLINIC sees the
migration experience and subsequent immigration statuses
(documented or otherwise) as early steps in the integration
process. We know from focus groups that the journey and the
engagement with U.S. immigration law and officials shape
newcomers’ views of themselves in relationship to their new
homeland.
We at CLINIC are doing a lot, and our network is doing a lot.
But I believe we can do more to promote integration. As places
of ministry and service providers, we must actively seek out
what our immigrant neighbors would find most beneficial. It is
especially important to involve newcomers in the decisions we
make for our community and work together to create the
integrated community we all desire.
There are many ways to encourage immigrant integration within
your community. Many of them involve reaching out to others
and listening to and understanding their “joys and hopes,
sorrows and anxieties.” This is part of the “culture of encounter”
that Pope Francis has called us to promote.
Immigrant integration is a beautiful, complex, on-going process
that challenges us to reach outside of the known and familiar
and purposefully embrace people who are on a migratory
journey. By making integration a priority for our agencies and
our service programs, we can encourage the development of
communities that are welcoming places for all of us.
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NOTICIAS DEL APOSTOLADO HISPANO
REFLEXIÓN DEL PÁRROCO
DOMINGO VIGESIMO EN EL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
14 DE AGOSOT DEL 2016
Queridos Amigos,
El seguir auténticamente a Jesús es bastante difícil, ya
que el vivir las enseñanzas de Jesús muchas veces me
ponen en conflicto con personas que amamos y
admiramos. En todo lo que hacemos y decimos nos
definimos continuamente si somos fieles seguidores de
Jesús...o sencillamente “Admiradores de Jesús de a lo
lejos.” Al mismo tiempo, nuestra meta no es ser puntos
de división, ni arrogantes en dar testimonio de Cristo, o
llamando la atención a mi mismo.
MINISTERIO DIVINA VOLUNTAD ¿Deseas
profundizar no solo en el ‘hacer la Voluntad de Dios’ sino
en conocer y aprender a ‘VIVIR’ en su Divina Voluntad?
El gran Don que el Señor quiere regalar en estos tiempos,
el Don de su Divina Voluntad. Comenzaremos nuestras
Reuniones: Miércoles 17 de Agosto Hora: 10:30 am12:30 p.m. en el salón 100. Contacto Lupita Aragón -305)
775-5902
QUERUBINES DE AGAPE: Invita a los niños de 6
a 10 años de edad al Seminario CAMINANDO CON
JESUS que se llevara a cabo en el Resurrección Hall el día
Sábado 17 de Septiembre de 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. en el
cual los niños tendrán su primer encuentro con Jesús.
Informes: María Botero 786-479-0705.
Le pedimos a Dios nos de las fuerzas para dar testimonio
de El con claridad y con amor.
MINISTERIO EMAÚS MUJERES tendrá su próximo
SACRAMENTO DE RECONCILIACIÓN. El
TALLERES DE ORACION Y VIDA Te gustaría poder
retiro Emaús, Octubre 14– 16. Emaús es un encuentro de
un fin de semana con el señor. Este retiro te ofrece una
Pasen unos minutos en oración de silencio. Pídanle a Dios oportunidad especial para un crecimiento espiritual,
que les demuestre formas de responder a Su Palabra y a Su ofreciéndonos tiempo para reflexionar y un espacio para
Plan divino. Por favor oren por mi. Asegúrense que los
acercarnos a Jesús y encontrarnos con él. Nos ayuda a
tengo a ustedes y a sus seres queridos en mis oraciones
llevar una vida llena de esperanza en un mañana mejor que
diarias. Que Dios los bendiga!
redundara en beneficio para las participantes y su familia y
nuevas amistades. Recuerdos que perduraran en nuestros
En Cristo,
corazones por siempre, será un inicio de un caminar o
peregrinar junto a Jesús. Mas información, afuera después
Mons. Pablo A. Navarro
de la misa.
sacramento de Reconciliación (Confesión) se celebra
los Sábados a las 4:00 p.m. NO SE CELEBRA ANTES
DE LA MISA.
LECTURAS DOMINICALES: AUGUST 14 DOMINGO 20 DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO:
JEREMIAS 38:4-6,8-10; HEBREOS 12:1-4;
LUCAS 12:49-53. AGOSTO 21 - DOMINGO
21 DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO: ISAIAS 66:1821; HEBREOS 12:5-7,11-13; LUCAS 13:2230.
Próximo “VIÑEDO DE RAQUEL será el 19, 20 y
21 de Agosto. Esto es un retiro para todo hombre y mujer
que han pasado por el infortunio de un aborto provocado
o espontaneo, les ayudara a transitar la luz de Cristo con
misericordia y compasión llevándolos a la sanación de
una manera confidencial. Comunicarse al 305-302-9436
[email protected]
perdonar, quitarte los miedos, angustias e inseguridades?
Quieres saber la diferencia entre orar y rezar ? Todo esto y
mas lo lograras asistiendo a los Talleres de Oración y
Vida. Comienzan el 15 de agosto y se reúnen por 15 martes
a las 7:30 p.m. Para mas información llamar a Myrna
305-253-7713.
NOCHE SANTA EN INTIMIDAD CON JESUS.
Conducida por Nuestro Párroco Monseñor Pablo A.
Navarro. La Comunidad está invitada para el miércoles
7 de septiembre a las 7:29 p.m. en los Salones 102-103.
No se pierdan éste gran regalo!
ESCUELA DE EVANGELIZACIÓN te invita al CURSO
PABLO el próximo 25, 26, 27 y 28 de Agosto. Este curso
te dará las herramientas necesarias para llevar el mensaje
de Jesus y cumplir su mandato, “Vayan por todo el mundo,
anuncien la Buena Nueva a toda la creación” (Mt.18, 1920). No pierdas esta oportunidad para capacitarte y llegar a
ser un gran evangelizador como San Pablo. Inscripciones
Gloria 786-426-6023 y Dina 305-305-4765
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Eucharistic Ministers:
classroom
 Evangelizacion 7:30 p.m. D
 Divine Mercy 7:30 p.m.
Share 7:30 p.m. AE-200
 Women’s Emmaus Pray &
 Al Anon 8:00 p.m. SJNS
4:00 p.m.
Confessions
5:00 p.m. Mass
Fr. Rivero
AE-203
p.m. AE-103
 Angeles de Agape 7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m. AE-100
 TOV 7:30 p.m. AE-201
 Youth Group Sumer Band
AB
 Sp Men’s Emmaus 7:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m. AE101
 Intercessory Prayer
7:30 p.m. AE-101
 Divina Misericordia 8:00 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
 Annulment Workshop 7:30
AE-101
Centrante 7:15 p.m. AE-101
 K of C 7:30 p.m. E
 Apoyo Cancer 7:30 p.m. F
 Consolando el Corazon de Jesus
5:00 p.m. Julia & Carlos Herdocia
Myriam De Hainaut
Elizabeth Gomez
J. J. Saravia
Kathy Weissinger
Elena Suarez
Greg & Donna Murphy
Maria Bello
Daniel & Katie Pierson
Marie Stark
7:30 a.m. Maureen Lewars
Gabriel Seiglie
Ron Samaroo
Pete Gonzalez
Carmen Andrade
9:00 a.m. Annie & David Seiglie
Joann & Paul Palmer
Jose & Mary Cabeleiro
Maria Ortiz
Virgil & Natalie Campaneria
Margaret Slama
11:00 a.m. Jorge Rolo
Hilda A. Nolan
Lourdes Matamoros
Gretys & Daniel Amengual
Maria G. Harder
Jorge & Norma Herrera
Robert & Rosie Vasconcelos
Maria & Juan Hernandez
Paul & Teresita Walkington
Patsy & Carlos Lastra
Laura Bello
1:00 p.m. Aldo & Amelfis Wrves
Johnny & Rosie Gazitua
Wanda &Juan Pujol
Cesar & Martha Roman
Jossie & Robert Ojeda
Jorge Rolo
Mayra & Tony Rosales
Antonio & Liliam Morales
Lorena Ponce
Lectors:
AE-100
1:00 p.m.
AE-201
AE-100
 Men’s Club Board E 7:30 p.m.
 Viñedo de Raquel AE-102
102-103
 Apostoles AGAPE 7:30 p.m. Rm F  Serafines 7:30 p.m. F
 Sp. Women’s Emmaus
 Apostoles Agape AE-102-103
8:30 a.m. AE-100
Querubines AE-102
AE-100
7:30 p.m. RH
 On the Road Again
7:30 p.m.
Apostoles 8:00 p.m.
 7:30 a.m. Mass
Fr. Tomasz
 9:00 a.m. Mass
Fr. Tomasz
 11:00 a.m. Mass
Msgr. Navarro
 1:00 p.m. Mass
Fr. Rivero
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 8:30 a.m. Mass
Sp. WOmens Emmaus
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 7:00 & 8:30 a.m. Mass
 Kairos 7:30 p.m.
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 7:00 & 8:30 a.m. Mass
 Grupo de Oracion AGAPE
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 7:00 & 8:30 a.m. Mass
 7:30 a.m. Men’s Bible Class E
 Centering Prayer-Oracion
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 7:00 & 8:30 a.m. Mass
 Men’s Emmaus 7:30 p.m.
 7:55 a.m. Rosary
 7:00 & 8:30 a.m. Mass
 Cursillo Women 5:30 p.m.
21
Sunday
20
16
Tuesday
Monday 15
EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Wednesday
17
Thursday
18
Friday
19
Saturday
AUGUST 15 - 21
LITURGICAL MINISTERS - AUGUST 20 & 21
5:00 p.m. Dolores Sendler
Bernie Worrell
7:30 a.m. Mary Kay Gaffney
Pat Tierney
9:00 a.m. Cecelia Jones
Michael Carrier
11:00 a.m. Mary Margaret Zimmer
Marge Binder
1:00 p.m. Hector Ramirez
Tatiana Barriga
Ushers Team B
5:00 pm Flip Trembley/John Kane
Alex Sardinas/Vance Salter
James Salter
Mario Bosi/Joseph Goncalves
7:30 a.m. W. Sharkey Nussbaum
Ronald Samaroo plus volunteers
9:00 a.m. Nick Chang/Nelson Pay
John Sullivan/Julio Lopez
Tyrone Brown/Sue Farwell
Leo Francis/David Lannon
Anthony & Sarah Amofah
11:00 a.m. Ruben Garcia
H. Julian Sosa
Jorge Molina/Luis Guzman
Rene Lopez/Jose Bendezu
Hernando Sabogal/Kevin Kessler
Thomas & TommyVisney
1:00 p.m. Jose Lopez
Oscar Castro
Maria Taveras/Abdiel Ponce de Leon
Armando Martinez/Rosario Reyes
Carlos Anato/Graciela Vigo
Melba Gomez/Guillermina Gomez
Antonio & Liliam Morales
Maritza Taveras/Jose Lopez
Luis & Sandra Arroyo
Manuel & Gabriela Ixtlahuac
Juan & Celia Chomon
Acolytes:
5:00 p.m. Christopher Avallone
Javier Fraga
Anna Repp
Christopher Fraga
Mia Sanchez
Grace Fraga
7:30 a.m. Carson Willis
Mairead Gatcliffe
Zachary Janvier
Allison Janvier
Daniel Sotolongo
9:00 a.m. Gabriel Seiglie
Connor Serig
Alexandra Espino
Isabella Fernandez
Allison LLevat
11:00 a.m. Emily Amengual
Kevin Calogne
Angel Amengual
Carolina Garcia
Lauren Garcia
1:00 p.m. Daniel Victoria
Alejandro Uribe
Guillermo Uribe
Arturo La Puente
Alex Castro
Matthew Castro
SISTERS IN CHRIST WILL
BE HAVING A BAKE SALE
AFTER ALL SUNDAY MASSES TO RAISE FUNDS FOR A
MEDICAL MISSION FOR THE
POOR.

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