May 8, 2016 — The Ascension of the Lord

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May 8, 2016 — The Ascension of the Lord
21250 Hesperian Blvd. Hayward, CA 94541 510-783-2766 saintjoachim.net
May 8, 2016
—
The Ascension of the Lord
From the Pastor’s Desk:
While Father Antony is on vaca!on
we are prin!ng past ar!cles that
Father had wri"en.
A couple of nuns were in the stands enjoying an
exci!ng football game. Some rude guys si%ng
behind them decided to badger the sisters to
get them to move. One man says to others, loud
enough for the nuns to hear, “I think I want to
move to Utah. There are only 100 Catholics
living there.” The second guy speaks up and
says, “I want to go to Montana, there are only
50 Catholics there. The third guy jumps in with,
“I want to go to Idaho, there are only 25
Catholics living there. One of the nuns finally
turns around and calmly says, “Why don’t you
all go to hell? There aren’t any Catholics there.”
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A&er the Sunday Mass a li'le boy told the
pastor, "When I grow up, I'm going to give you
some money." Well, thank you," the pastor
replied, "but why?" "Because my daddy says
you're one of the poorest preachers we've ever
had."
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Four women were si%ng discussing their sons.
The first proudly stated that her son was a
bishop, so when he enters a room, people
address him as "Your Excellency." The second,
not to be outdone, said that her son is an
archbishop, so when he enters the room,
people address him as "Your Grace." The third
quietly stated that her son was a cardinal, so
when he enters the room, the people say: "Your
Eminence." The fourth woman said: "Well my
son is 7 feet 2 inches tall and weighs 430
pounds, and when he walks into a room people
say: "My God!"
Nota de nuestro pastor:
Mientras que el
Padre Antony esta de vacaciones estamos
imprimiendo un ar!culo pasado que el Padre había
escrito.
Dos monjas estaban paradas disfrutando de un
emocionante par!do de football. Unos hombres
groseros que estaban sentados detrás de ellas
decidieron molestarlas para que se muevan. Un
hombre le dijo al otro, suficientemente alto para
que ellas puedan escuchar, “Yo creo que me
quiero mudar a Utah. Solo hay 100 católicos
viviendo allá.” El segundo !po habla y dice, “Yo
quiero ir a Montana, solo hay 50 católicos
viviendo allá.” El tercer hombre salta y dice, “Yo
quiero ir a Idaho, solo hay 25 católicos viviendo
allá.” Una de las hermanas finalmente se da la
vuelta y calmadamente dice, “Por que todos
ustedes no se van al infierno? No hay ni un
Católico allá.”
Después de la Misa de domingo un niño
pequeño le dice al cura, “Cuando crezca, Yo voy
a darle dinero.” “Bien, gracias,” le responde el
cura, “pero por que?” “Porque mi papá dice que
usted es uno de los predicadores mas pobres
que hemos tenido.”
Cuatro mujeres estaban sentadas hablando
sobre sus hijos. La primera declaró con orgullo
que su hijo era un Obispo, por lo que cuando él
entra en una habitación, la gente se le dirige
como "Su Excelencia." La segunda, no para no
quedarse atrás, dijo que su hijo es un Arzobispo,
por lo que cuando él entra en la habitación, la
gente se le dirigía como "Su Reverendísimo." La
tercera silenciosamente declaró que su hijo era
un Cardenal, así que cuando él entra en la
habitación, la gente dice: "Su Eminencia". La
cuarta mujer dijo: "Bien, mi hijo mide 7 pies 2
pulgadas de alto y pesa 430 libras y cuando él
entra en una habitación las personas
dicen:"¡Dios mío!"
WEEKLY READINGS
Readings for the week of 5/8/2016
Sun/Dom:
Acts 1:1-11/Ps 47:2-3, 6-9/Heb 9:24-28; 10:19-23
or Eph 1:17-23/Lk 24:46-53
Mon/Lun:
Acts 19:1-8/Ps 68:2-7/Jn 16:29-33
Tues/Mar:
Acts 20:17-27/Ps 68:10-11, 20-21/Jn 17:1-11a
Wed/Mie:
Acts 20:28-38/Ps 68:29-30, 33-36/Jn 17:11b-19
Thurs/Jue:
Acts 22:30; 23:6-11/Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11/Jn 17:20-26
Fri/Vie:
Acts 25:13b-21/Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20/
Jn 21:15-19
Sat/Sab:
Acts 1:15-17, 20-26/Ps 113:1-8/Jn 15:9-17
Next Sun/Dom:
OFFICE INFO
Parish Office
783-2766
Parish Fax
783-2760
Parish Email
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Parish Office Hours
Monday-Friday 10 AM-7:30 PM
Bilingual available T,W,F 4-7:30
PM
Saturday 10 AM-4 PM
Bilingual available 10 AM-4 PM
Sunday 9 AM-4 PM
Bilingual available 12 PM-4 PM
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Rev. Joseph Antony Sebas"an,
SVD
Pastor
Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Friday
10 AM to 12 PM
5 PM to 8 PM
(with appointment)
lunes, martes, miércoles, y viernes
10 AM a 12 PM
5 PM a 8 PM (con cita)
~Monday May 9th — 6:00 PM
Rev. Stephen Ayisu, SVD
Thursday, and Friday
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
5 PM to 8 PM
(with appointment)
lunes, miércoles , jueves y viernes
10:00 AM a 12:00 PM
5 PM a 8 PM (con cita)
Teen Workshop— Workshop lead by Padre
Augus!ne Miguel Torres . All teens are inAriel Mayormita
vited 6-8 PM in the gym.
Music Director/
~Wednesday —May 11th —
8:00AM—9:00 PM
Director de Música
Phone Ext. #223
[email protected]
Immaculate Heart of Mary Touring Statue
8 AM = 9 PM in the Church
~Wednesday —May 11th — 7:00 PM
Bilingual Mass ~~~Mass for the Immaculate
Heart of Mary
Oficina de Formación de Fe
Glenda Aragón
Director of Faith Forma!on
[email protected]
Abraham Gonzalez
Faith Forma!on Coordinator /
Youth Minister
550-6878 /
[email protected]
Bertha Cruz
Administra!ve Assistant
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St. Vincent de Paul
783-0344
Office hours
1:00-2:30 PM ONLY
Monday-Friday
San Vicente de Paul
Gary Enos, President
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St. Joachim School
783-3177
Escuela de San Joaquín
Acts 2:1-11/Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34/Rom 8:8-17 or 1
Parochial Vicar
Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13/Jn 14:15-16, 23b-26 or
Monday, Wednesday
Jn 20:19-23
THE WEEK AHEAD
Faith Forma"on Office
785-1818
Flor Herce
Bookkeeper
Pat Ludwig
Administra!ve Assistant
Armond Seishas
Principal
Sandra Garzon
School Secretary
St. Joachim Pre-School
783-0604
Marisa Melgarejo
Director
St. Joachim School Festival 2016
PRAY FOR
Tina Gonzales
Leonor J. Enrique
Arsenio S. Reyes, Jr.
Felicisima Buendia
Primo Cosico
Cynthia Crutchfield
Angel Estuardo Vidal-Cardenas
Geraldeen Mae McKinnom
Teresa Salvador
Luz Datayan
Shelia Bacallo
Dolly Cruse
Mary Hennessey
Romeo Herce
Ellen Rodel Hilario
FOOD DONATIONS
St. Vincent de Paul
CONTRIBUTIONS
CONTRIBUCIONES
COLLECTION FOR WEEK
May 1, 2016
Food offering for next
week:
The Plate Collec"on
$ 8,492.20
EFT Collec"on
✁✂✂✄☎ ✆✄✁✝✞ ✟✠
✝✡✂✁
$
565.00
On Line Giving
$
81.00
TOTAL for the WEEK
Carne enlatada
o atún
$ 9,138.20
On April 16, 2016 Pope
Francis made a lighting trip to
the Greek island of Lesbos, spending 6 hours there to draw
international attention to the plight of those fleeing across the
Mediterranean Sea to escape conflict and persecution in their
home countries. Many of the people are coming from Syria, but
they are also coming from Iraqi and Afghanistan. Lesbos has
borne the brunt of the refugee influx into Europe with more than
85% of the 1.1 million people coming through that island last
year. This was Pope Francis’ 13th journey outside Italy, but as
he told journalists on the short plane trip from Rome, this visit
was different. It was a visit marked by sadness for the suffering
of so many people caught up in the worst humanitarian crisis
since World War II. Alongside Pope Francis were Ecumenical
Patriarch Bartholomew (the spiritual leader of the world’s 300 million Orthodox Christians) and Orthodox
Archbishop Hieronymus of Athens. The three religious leaders were able to see and hear firsthand the suffering
of the women who had lost their husbands to war, the men weeping and pleading for help for the security of their
families, and the children’s depictions on paper of the perilous boat journeys they went through. The three
walked around a camp, held hands, listened to stories, gave blessings and promised to do whatever they can.
They held a service to bless those who had died trying to reach Europe. Last month the European Union and
Turkey agreed to seal off the sea route used by migrants trying to reach wealthy Western Europe after the
Balkan states shut their borders to these migrants. So the agreement stranded thousands in Greece and
transformed this camp and the others into detention centers where people now anxiously wait to learn whether
they will be sent back to Turkey, or allowed to join family and friends in other European countries. Speaking after
these visibly moving encounters, Pope Francis said we all know how easy it is “to ignore other people’s suffering
and even to exploit their vulnerability”. But he also praised the solidarity of the Greek people who’ve responded
generously to the crisis amid their own economic difficulties. Lesbos alone is currently home to almost 90.000
refugees, more than its original population before the crisis began. He urged world leaders to “heed these scenes
of tragic and indeed desperate need and respond in a way worthy of our common humanity.” His words were
echoed by those of the Patriarch and Archbishop who said the world will be judged by the way it treats these
refugees. The three religious leaders are hoping that political leaders across Europe would look beyond their
short term interests and find lasting solutions to guarantee safety and dignity to so many suffering families. Pope
Francis wanted to make a gesture himself so through discussions with Greek and Italian authorities, it was
arranged to take three Syrian families and their six children back with him on the plane to Italy. The Vatican will
be taking care of the costs involved in housing and taking care of the refugees. Sources: News.va, theguardian.com, Reuters.com
VATICAN CORNER
Join your Fellow St Joachim
Parishioners in a Pilgrimage to
pass through the Holy Doors at
the Cathedral of Christ the Light
in Oakland — the Only Holy
Doors in Diocese of Oakland.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Touring
Statue here—May 11th 8 AM-9 PM
PILGRIMAGE ~~ MONDAY—
MAY 16, 2016—6:00 PM
Pope Francis has urged all the
faithful to make a pilgrimage
crossing the threshold of the
Holy Door, finding strength to
embrace God’s Mercy and
dedicate ourselves to being
merciful with others as the Father
has been merciful with us.
Hosted by: St. Joachim Knights of Columbus
MASS INTENTIONS
May 7-14, 2016
Monday 7:00 AM
Gregorio V. Sampaga ( † birthday)
Saturday 4:30 PM
Felipa Rojas (birthday)
Elmer & Mary Ann Kriewaldt †
Marie Teles † (4th anniversary)
Zoela Sebillan †
Le!cia Rebong †
Monday 8:30 AM
Crecensio & Carolina Piccio †
Tomas & Faus!na Bersabe †
Vera Lucy Apkarian † (40th day)
Saturday 6:00 PM
Saavedra Family (accion de gracia)
Felipa & Victoria Salazar
(accion de gracia)
Jose Refugio Mar!nez †
Hilda Camacho †
Maria Guadalupe Sanchez †
Tuesday 7:00 AM
Neal & Carla Luce' (healing)
Carmen R. Rodriguez †
Paulita Rodriguez †
Tuesday 8:30 AM
The Community of St. Joachim
Wednesday 7:00 AM
The Community of St. Joachim
Sunday 7:30 AM
Maria Ngai Do (thanksgiving)
Wednesday 8 :30 AM
Francis Savier Do †
Sunday 9:00 AM
Orozco Family (special inten!on)
David, Stella & Terence Pereira †
Pacita Narciso †
Wednesday 7:00 PM
Juan & Felipa Caro (especial intencion)
Mauricio Mar!nez (accion de gracia)
Jose Salgado Mendez †
Maria Elena Cervantes †
Jose Nery Mendoza †
Sunday 10:30 AM
Cecilia Talaue (thanksgiving)
Lucia Joo (thanksgiving)
Julie Chae (thanksgiving)
David & Eileen Robinson †
Geraldeen Bap!sta †
Maria Daconceicao Figueiredo
(1st anniversary)
Pura Doria Viray †
Sunday 12:15 PM
Anjelica Benin † (40th day)
Avelino Valenzuela †
Sunday 2:00 PM
Teresa Ceyala †
Bernardita Tagle †
Sunday 6:00 PM
Alex Ayala (birthday)
Rosa Marina Baires (healing)
Thursday 7:00 AM
The Community of St. Joachim
Thursday 8:30 AM
Maurilio F. Gonzalez † (10th anniversary)
Limuell Orlina ( † birthday )
Peter & Matha Do †
Friday 7:00 AM
The Community of St. Joachim
Friday 8:30 AM
Joe Dominguez († birthday)
Paul Loc Kieu †
Rubencio P. Sanchez ( † anniversary)
Marina Repoldo †
Saturday 8:30 AM
Agnes & Alfredo (special inten!on)
Paul Dung Kieu †
HELLO SENIORS!
Please join us for our next Senior Group Gathering on
Friday, May 20th in the hall at 12PM (Noon).
There will be pizza, salad and drinks
provided. We ask that if you can bring a
small dessert to share with the group.
We will have a speaker from PG&E to discuss
"Energy Savings Assistance Program" - Easy, free
solutions to help manage energy use and save
money on monthly energy bills. There is an
income qualification that you must meet in order
to qualify for this program.
Please RSVP to Selena (510) 517-3039 by
Wednesday, May 18th.

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