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04/20/14 - Saint Anne Administrator
Saint Anne Catholic Church
106 11th. Ave. N.E., Ruskin, FL 33570
Parish Office and Faith Formation
℡ 813-645-1714 813-645-5570
MASS SCHEDULE
Week-end Masses
Sunday Vigil: Sat. 4:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m. (Español)
Sunday:
8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m. (Español)
5:00 p.m.
Week-day Masses
Monday-Friday:
8:00 a.m.
Thursday:
7:00 p.m.
(Español)
Healing Mass
First Wednesday 8:00 a.m.
First Saturday
Mass:
10:00 a.m.
followed by Rosary and
Reconciliation
RECONCILIATION
Saturday:
3:15 p.m.
Thursday:
6:15 p.m.
or by appointment
ADORATION
Wednesdays and Fridays
9:00 a.m. to noon
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(Closed 12 - 1 p.m.)
Friday
8:30 a.m. - Noon
Sunday
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Contact the Parish Office
for:
• Sick or Homebound Visits
• Baptisms
• Marriages (6 months prior to
desired Wedding date)
• Annulments
• Convalidations
www.SaintAnneRuskin.org
April 20, 2014
Easter Sunday
PARISH STAFF
Pastor
Very Rev. John F. McEvoy, V.F
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar
Rev. César Rebolledo
[email protected]
Assisting Priests
Msgr. Diego Conesa
Rev. Malachy Kilbride
Deacons
Ed Smith, RCIA Director
Dale Bacik
Patrick Frye
James Maubach
Office Administrator
Patti Marzilli
[email protected]
Bookkeeper
Diana Coker
[email protected]
Administrative Support
Erica Brezina
[email protected]
Sharon Hinkebein
[email protected]
Regina Poirier
Faith Formation
Cindy Cyman, Coordinator
[email protected]
Michelle Melendez
Siobhan Timp, CYM
[email protected]
Ministry/Liturgy Coordinator
Linda Parkansky
[email protected]
Music Department
Wayne T. Warren, Director
Sharon Jordan
Plant Manager
Orasio Ramon
Plant Assistants
Joshua Carmona
Marty Derosier
Maria Galarza
From the Pastor
This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad!
We have now entered into the Easter Season. After celebrating the suffering and
death of Jesus, we now celebrate the rising of Jesus Christ giving us new life.
Easter is the greatest feast in the Christian calendar, the Resurrection of Jesus
Christ from the dead. Easter Sunday comes at the end of 40 days of prayer,
fasting, and almsgiving. Through the 40 days of Lent, we have been preparing
ourselves to die spiritually with Christ on Good Friday, the day of His
Crucifixion, so that we can rise again with him in new life on Easter. Easter is a
day of celebration because it represents the fulfillment of our faith as Christians.
St. Paul wrote that unless Christ rose from the dead our faith is in vain
(1 Corinthians 15:17). Through his death, Christ saved mankind from bondage to
sin, and he destroyed the hold that death has on all of us; but it is His resurrection
that gives us the promise of new life, both in this world and the next.
The sacrament of Baptism is the great sacrament where we die to sin and rise to
new life in Christ Jesus. Last night at the Easter Vigil, we blessed the Easter
water and welcomed the new Elect into the Church, and we pray in today’s Mass
for them: “We pray also for those to whom you have been pleased to give the
new birth of water and the Holy Spirit, granting them forgiveness of all their
sins.” We celebrate this also in every Mass as we renew our Baptism promises,
dying to sin and rising again to new life in Jesus Christ. The priest and deacon
then bless us all with the blessed Easter water that symbolizes the gift of life from
God. At every funeral the priest prays, “In the waters of Baptism we died with
Christ and rose with Him to new life. May we now share with Him Eternal
Glory.”
Another symbol of new life at Easter is the Easter Lily. History, mythology,
literature, poetry and the world of art are rife with stories and images that speak of
the beauty and majesty of the elegant white flowers. Often called the “whiterobed apostles of hope,” lilies were found growing in the Garden of Gethsemane
after Christ’s agony. Tradition has it that the beautiful white lilies sprang up
where drops of Christ’s sweat fell to the ground in his final hours of sorrow and
deep distress. Churches continue this tradition at Easter time by banking their
altars and surrounding their crosses with masses of Easter Lilies, to commemorate
the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hope of life everlasting.
For many, the Easter Lily, the beautiful trumpet-shaped white flower, symbolizes
purity, virtue, innocence, hope and life — the spiritual essence of Easter. A mark
of purity and grace throughout the ages, the regal white lily is a fitting symbol of
the greater meaning of Easter and serves as a beautiful reminder that Easter is a
time for rejoicing and celebrating.
May you all have a happy and blessed Easter!
Yours in Christ,
Father John
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
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MEETINGS/EVENTS
9:00 a.m.
RCIA Pracce (CH)
7:00 p.m.
AA (FFC 10, 11)
>>>>>>>
PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
11:00 a.m.
English Bapsm (CH)
1:30 p.m.
>>>>>>>
Spanish Bapsm (CH)
7:25 a.m.
Recitaon of the Rosary (CH)
6:15 p.m.
Cub Scouts (FFA)
7:00 p.m.
Boy Scouts (FFC 4,5)
7:25 a.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:25 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
6:30p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Recitaon of the Rosary (CH)
AA (FFC 10, 11)
Recitaon of the Rosary (CH)
Spanish Kateri Group (FFC 4, 5)
Confirmaon Pracce (CH)
MDS (FFC 4, 5)
Al-Anon (FFC 10, 11)
7:25 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
6:30 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
Recitaon of the Rosary (CH)
Rosary/Prayer Shawls (FFC 5)
Bingo (SJH)
NA (FFC 4, 5)
FRIDAY
25
7:25 a.m.
Recitaon of the Rosary (CH)
SATURDAY
26
9:00 a.m.
1st Communion Pracce (CH)
7:00 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
AA (FFC 10, 11)
Elem FF (FFA, FFC)
Confirmaon Mass (CH)
Mystagogy for Adults (CR)
Mystagogy for Children/Teens
(FFC)
MS/HS FF (FFA, FFC)
Divine Mercy Celebraon (CH)
SATURDAY
19
SUNDAY
20
EASTER
MONDAY
21
TUESDAY
22
WEDNESDAY
23
THURSDAY
24
SUNDAY
27
11:15 a.m.
11:15 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
CH-Church, CY-Courtyard, SJH-St. Joachim Hall, GZ-Gazebo,
FFA-Faith Formaon Annex, FFC-Faith Formaon Center, CR-Conference Rm
MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday, April 19 - Easter Vigil
8:30 p.m.
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
All Newly Bapzed
Sunday, April 20 - Easter
6:30 a.m.
People of the Parish
8:00 a.m. Joan Cramer
10:00 a.m. Lemar Ketelsleger
Harris Family
Ann Waggoner
Esther
12:30 p.m. Dora
Perozziello
Luz Reig
5:00 p.m.
Pat Thomas
Winnie McEvoy
and Iona Wilde
Monday, April 21
8:00 a.m.
Larry Heffron
Friends of Larry
Tuesday, April 22
8:00 a.m.
The Joseph Family
Wednesday, April 23
8:00 a.m. William P. Brooks
Cassandra and
Tom Brooks
Thursday, April 24
8:00 a.m.
Philip Hagan
7:00 p.m. Fausto Paulino
Ana Paulino
Taberas
Friday, April 25
8:00 a.m.
The Neophytes of the
Parish
Saturday, April 26
4:30 p.m. Claire Hoerl
Fred Hoerl
6:00 p.m. Petra Quezada
Esparza Quezada
Family
Sunday, April 27
8:00 a.m. Eleanor Antonaccio
10:00 a.m.
Mass Intentions, Altar Flowers, or the
Sanctuary Lamp for your special remembrance
may be scheduled through the Parish Office.
BY
Jeff, Joseph and
Robyn
Confirmaon
12:30 p.m. Animas Benditas
and Dorothy
5:00 p.m. Claude
Webster
Casllo Pineda
Family
Claude and
Beverly Webster
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Divine Mercy Sunday
&
Canonization of Two Popes
Sunday, April 27
Adoration immediately following
12:30 p.m. Mass.
3:00 p.m. Recitation of the Divine
Mercy Chaplet.
4:00 p.m. Benediction followed by
Canonization Prayers.
Refreshments in St. Joachim Hall immediately
following. Hosted by the Filipino community.
WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
AFTER 8:00 A.M. MASS.
Let us pray for our recently deceased:
Marie Lambarto
Reynaldo Lopez
Mary Salomne
Karen Yiambilis
Call the
Parish Office
with your
prayer
requests.
May they rest in peace.
He is Risen! Salvation has been won; the
power of death is broken. Be inspired by
Christ’s triumph over death that you
might be a confident witness of His
Resurrection.
Let us pray for the Clergy of the Parish and the
following:
04/20 Easter Sunday
04/21 Dylan Holmes, Seminarian
04/22 Rev. Ryszard Stradomski
04/23 For Vocations to Priesthood &
Religious Life
04/24 Jonathon Stephanz, Seminarian
04/25 Rev. Daniel Kayajan, CSC
04/26 Rev. L. Peter Logsdon, CSC
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
Let us pray
for those listed
and their caregivers
Mary Barry
John Begley
Roe Berardo
Bob Bettinger
Anthony Bloodgood
Gabriel Robert Bloodgood
Walter Bradford
Sylvester Bruggeman
Demoni Carter
Trish Caulfield
Janice Coburn
Diana Coker
Dorothy DeBusk
Kerry Fitzpatrick
Ramon Flores
Marge Fultz
Juana Gayton
Rick Holley
Margaret Iebrica
Stanley Kukanich
Sam LaBarbera
Genevieve Lisowski
Russell Lynn
Helen Malay
Joe Marzilli
Patricia Marzilli
Rob Matson
Neil Monetti
Sharron Nabak
Jeff Odgen
Sandy Ottino
Phyllis Pratt
Sy Pyska
Veronica Reeder
Marissa Resto
Robert Riling
Domingo Rosas
Elba Schmitt
Larry Schoonover
Phyllis Silk
Gerald Timp
Scott Travers
Mary Jane Weaver
Daniel Wiskotoni
Verna Wolff
Beatrice Wolfrom
Gus Yiambilis
The Rosary and Prayer Shawl Ministry
could really use the following:
1. Heavy yarn.
2. Heavy drapery-type material.
3. Rosary parts (broken rosaries are
welcome as beads can be used to make
new rosaries).
Parish Prayer
Loving Father,
We, the living
stones of
St. Anne Church,
warmly welcome all
God’s children into
our community.
We are committed
to following
Christ’s example by
using our time,
talent
and resources in
reaching out to
the poor, feeding
the hungry and
creating a legacy of
faith and hope for
future generations.
Together, as a
parish family, we
hope to continue
growing in God’s
Grace and Love.
We ask this
through Christ Our
Lord, Amen.
Saint Anne, Mother
of Blessed
Virgin Mary,
Pray for us.
Bring to the Parish Office. Contact Joyce
Schoonover with questions:
941-228-1987 or [email protected]
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APA
2014 GOAL
$
141,697
255 PLEDGES
$
95,827
CASH RECEIVED
$
75,058
BALANCE DUE
$
45, 870
Our Faith,
Guided in Prayer,
Strengthened
in Service.
62 New Pledges
This Week
% of Goal Pledged
68%
Sunday, April 27
10:00 AM Confirmaon Mass
Sunday, April 27
Divine Mercy Sunday/Celebrate Canonizaon of two popes
Sunday, April 27
Last day for 1,000 Roses submissions for entry into Roses Booklet
Saturday, May 3
10:00 AM First Communion Mass
Sunday, May 11
Sunday of 1,000 Roses/Mother’s Day
STEWARDSHIP...Time, talent and resources.
May the Holy Spirit through our
prayers, continue to guide the work of
the Church throughout the 5 counties
of our Diocese, as parishioners in all
81 parishes and missions journey
together in hope.
APRIL 13 and 14
OFFERTORY
375 Identified Gifts
$15,868.76
ON-LINE GIVING
40 Contributors
$2,310.00
This week’s second collecon is for
Debt Reducon.
www.saintanneruskin.org
Online Giving Support
Phone: 800-348-2886 Ext 4
Email: [email protected]
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
play
BINGO
Parish Coupon
$2 off any play pack
Saint Anne Bingo
Every Thursday
in St. Joachim Hall on
Thursday evenings.
DOORS OPEN
5:30 P.M.
EARLY BIRD GAMES 6:30 P.M.
REGULAR GAMES
7:00 P.M.
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We remember and honor loved ones.
Manuel Acosta
Hilda Acosta
Robert L. Adams
Adelita Aguilar
Ana Aguilar
Federico Aguilar
Mercedes Aguirre
Martha Alayon
Paul W. Allaert
Members of the Allaert Family
Jane F. Allen
Claude Allen
Bea Allen
Fernando R. Alleyne, Sr.
Members of the Alvarez Family
Susan Alverson
Cora Ames
Margret Anthony
Theresa Anthony
Eleanor Antonaccio
Felipe Arat
Ricardo Arat
Emmanuel Arat
Elpidia Arat
Laurenno Arat
Carmella Ardolino
Cassie Arevalo
Mary Clare ArloJ
Marta Asturias
Gustavo Asturias
Claudia Ayerdi
Olimpia Bano
Pedro Bano
Anne Marie Bast
Mr. and Mrs. G. Bebbington
Gus Becker
Bea Becker
Joe Bednarek
Anna Bednarek
Anne Bellock
Ed Bellock
Deceased Members of the
BenedeKo Family
Mickey BeJnger
Fabian Beyer
MaKhew BignoJ
John Billeci
Rosalie Billeci
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Birk
Joan Mary Biron
Mary Margaret Board
Robert J. Bonanno
Feliksa Bonk
Gene Borgia
KiKy Borgia
Adeline Bovo
Joseph Bovo
Joe Bovo, Jr.
Margaret Bowers
Dorma Brennan
OdeKe Brezina
Members of the Bruggeman Family
Jerry Bryant
Virginia Budd
Mary Ann Bulso
Patricia BurneK
Members of the Burnich Family
Bob Burro
Glendon Bushey
Marion Caffray
Boots Calbaquinto
Frank Caldwell
Mary Caldwell
John Callan
Anne Callan
William Callan
Catherine Callan
Patrick J. Canavan
Dorothy Canavan
Jackie Carroll
Lourdes Carson
Members of the Casimir
Szczepaniak Family
Thomas Castello
Frances Castello
Marie Castello
Cheryl CaKaneo
Josephine Celona
Barbara Cesta
Lourdes Charneski
Joe Charneski, Sr.
Grace Cimino
Arthur Cimino
Kim Cimino
Dale Ciuba
Augie Ciulla
Ella Cobb
Deceased Members of the
Cohee Family
Marn Cole
Agnes Cole
Helen Collins
William Collins
Dolores L. Combs
Edward Conlon
Doris Conlon
William F. Connors
Dan Conroy
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
Gert Conroy
Helene ContraKo
Felicitas Cordova
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Corutney
Deceased Members of the
Craig Family
Eduarda Cruz
Genoveva Cruzado
Deceased Members of the
Dahma Family
Rosemary Daidone
Fr. John D'Alonges
Nicholas D'Alonges
Gertrude D'Alonges
Deceased Members of the
D'Amico Family
Rosemarie Dascole
Mariano De los Reyes
Lila De los Reyes
Fnoneis De Rose
John Dean
Mary Defino
Margaret Dellacroce
Lillian DellaSala
Vaughn Denney
Beatrice DeRiso
Alphonse DeRiso
Grace Derosier
Viola Desmarais
Members of the Deueaw Family
Mary Ann DeVou
Thomas Dillis
Santarella DiLuciano
Dina DiPilato
Hamilton Donato
Joseph Dotson
Cora Dotson
George Doyle
Sandra Doyle
Merce Duarte
Rosa Duinlao
Rose Dumlao
Mary Dumond
Diana Duque
Steve Elek
Wanda Elek
Pelopia Elgin
Eva Etheridge
Edward Etheridge
Chester Everson
Ruth Everson
Josephine Falco
Deceased Members of the
Fedrochak Family
John Feraco
Angeline Feraco
Robert Feraco
Maryanne Ferrara
Jack Figurski
Mae Fink
Eleanor Fleischman
Dr. Frank J. Flit
Paris Fracasso
Prima Fracasso
Mary Franki
OKo Frietag
Mela Frietag
Bernice Frilling
Marge Fultz
Bob Fultz
Parents of George and Marge Fultz
Honorata Gabrino
Nemesio Gabrino
Kae Gager
Jennie Galdieri
Louis Galdieri
Bibi Galindo
William J. Galusha
Ruhamah Galusha
Sara Garcia
Juan Garcia
Jose Garcia
Members of the Garofalo Family
Mr. and Mrs. F.I. George
Monique Gerard
Aurora Gerardo
Rita Giardina
Frank Giardina, Sr.
Cecilia Gimenez
Artemio Gimenez
David Gimenez
Reynaldo Gimenez
Marie Giordano
Alphonse Giordano
Rita Glover
Nicolasa Gonzalez
Aurea Gonzalez
Edward Grady
Julia Grady
Helen Graham
Pedro Graham
Kathryn Grimaldi
Marty Grimaldi
Lawrence Grimm
Gertrude Grimm
Albert Grimm
Elsie Grimm
Joan Gross
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Louis GuglioJ
Anna GuglioJ
Luz Guerrez
Warren Haas
Margaret Haight
Stanley Haight
Bill Haight
Lisa Hall
Mary Hanlon Ross
Deceased Members of the
Harper Family
Mary Harrison
Ron Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harrison
Carrie Hart
Elisa Harter
Mary Hazen
Frances Held
James Held
Gilbert Held
Blanca Herbst
Maria M. Hernandez
Dalila Hernandez
Elda Hernandez
Hector Hernandez
Peg Heron
Bill Heron
Marilyn HiaK
Ruth Hill
John Hill
Claire Hoerl
Mildred Hoerl
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holgate
Anne Holt
Warren Holt
Joseph G. Horvath
John M. Horvath
MaKhew Horvath
Elizabeth Horvath
Carry Howard
Bill Howard
Members of the Howard Family
Fernando M. Ibarra
Carmen Inwood
Lorraine
Inwood
Sign up
today in
Clement James
St. Joachim
Hall aNer the
Lillian
James
8 and
10 a.m. Masses or in
Jack
Jenkins
Marian
Jenkins Office Monday
the Parish
Ed Jensen
thru Thursday.
Kathleen Jensen
Renee Jones
Robert Jordan
Marilyn Juda
Sister Kathleen
Rena Katlmayr
Judy Kelford
Judy Kelly
Members of the Kelly Family
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kestner
Wayne Kintgen
Ted Kobiec
Rosemary Kolodziejczak
Ray Konrad
LoreKa Konrad
Mike Krajewski
Members of the Krakowski Family
Leopold Krejdl
Greg Krochta
Jill Krochta
John Krochta
Margaret Kuhels
Edward Kuhn
Theresa Kuhn
Rachel LaBarbera
PaKy Lagasse
Roger Lamoureux
Ivonne Lamoureux
Tyler Landon
Anna Lane
Obdulia Lao
Nicolas Lao
Arthur Larochelle
Georganna Larochelle
Frank Lasker
Catherine Lasker
Emelia Layman
Members of the Lee Family
Aster Legaspi
Members of the Lepasky Family
Relaves and Friends of the
Lequia Family
Ruth Letzinger
Robert Letzinger
Joe Letzinger
Bob Letzinger
Rose Libroth
Sam Libroth
Charles Light
Walter Light
Emma Light
Leon Limoge
Thelma Limoge
Louis Limoge
Anna Limoge
Juluis Linero
Rita Lisko
Members of the Long Family
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
Lillian Lynn
John LynoK
Leo LynoK
Members of the Lyons Family
Michele MacDonald
Phil MacDonald
Joan MacDonald
Rodrigo Macias
Elvia Macias-Cordova
Rodrigo Macias-Cordova
Marcelina Madamba
Dorothy Magaditsch
Reynold Magat
Thomas P. Maguire, Sr.
Charles Malay
Helen Malay
Deceased Members of the
Malay Family
Hector Maldonado
Edwin Maldonado
Walter Maldonado
Frank Malek
Mr. and Mrs. James Malphras
Members of the Mantych Family
Zenedes Mariano
Maria de los Angeles Marquez
John Marshall
Doris Marsiglia
Joseph Marsiglia
Doris Marn
Brian Marn
Estolano Marnez
Anita Marnez
Anne Masterson
James Masterson
Maryellen Masterson
Darlene Masterson
James Masterson
Anna Masterson
Theresia Mathison
John Maude
Anne Maude
James Maxwell
Velma McCarthy
Evelyn McCarthy
Ana B. McCarthy
Bill McCormick
Ken McCormick
Donald McCormick
Members of the McCrane Family
Ann McDade
Louise McGann
Members of the McGill Family
Alice McGlade
Bonnie McGrath
Anne Marie McGuire
Mike McGuire
Jack McGuire
Members of the McMahon Family
Ann McMunn
Margaret McSweeny
Anthony McSweeny
Rosita Mendoza
Anna Meran
Dennis Meran
George Mercer
Ona Mercer
Samuel Mercer
Carl Mercer
Jack Meyer
Paula Meyer
Members of the Meza Family
Barbara Migliaro
Joan Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner
Robert Miner
Rita Miranda
Carmel Miranda
Arosha Miranda
BeKy Miranda
Joe Mizerek
Helen Mizerek
Theresa Montague
Melinda Morelli
Vincent Morelli, Sr.
Martha Morero
Ervin Morris
Magdalen Morris
Members of the Mosher Family
Ruth Mulhern
LeoMulhern
Connie Mulia
Joseph Mulia
Louis Mulia
Carole Nabak
Members of the Nagy Family
Peter Nack
Ethel Nack
Lt. Col. Chester Willard Nichols
Clay Nivison
Joseph Nole
Judy Noppenburger
Dorothy Obau
Ruth O'Brien
Margaret O'Hern
Members of the Okeley Family
Maria M. Olguin
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Neill
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Helen O'Neill
George Orenchak
Members of the Orenchak Family
Gloria Orz-Rodriguez
Livio OJno
Frances OJno
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas OKo
Chrisne Page
Members of the Palmeri Family
Kevin Palmoski
Isabel Parent
Mary Parker
Lucila Payabyab
Mr. and Mrs. N.R. Pearson
Gertrude Pearson
Marie Pennachio
Louis Pentek
Margaret E. Pentek
Mary Perambo
Navidad Perez
Antonia Perez
Ruth Peterson
Bertha Phibault
Alfred Phibault
Mickey Piazza
Peanut Piazza
Sister Mary ColeKa Polk
Mary Portera
Alma Prather
Fred Preyer, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Price
Florence B. Price
Mary Priner
Leon Proctor
Le OraProctor
Rita Proctor
Arnold Proctor
Mary Purcell
Francis J. Purcell
Ernest Rabineau
Mary Rabineau
Paul Rahn
George Ralcewich
Virginia Ramirez
Aurea Ramirez
Clolde Ramirez
Members of the Ramos Family
Deceased Members of the
Rankie Family
Members of the L. Rankie Family
Rita Ratcliffe
Lewis Rece
Stephanie Redick
Neil Reeder
Mary Rees
George Reynolds
Josephine Reynolds
Ann Ricard
Elaine Richards
Melba Richardson
Robert Rideout
Members of the
Riemenschneider Family
Mary Claire Rillen
Graciela Rios
Beatrice Riso
Rocco Riso, Sr.
Israel Rivera
Mary Roach
Bill Roach
Members of the Roberts Family
Mary Rock
Fred Rock
Trinidad Romero
Members of the Romero Family
Restuta Rosario
Teodora Rosario
Protacio Rosario
Maria D. Rosas
Katherine Rosset
Marguerite Rubba
Joseph Ruble
Gladys Ruble
Rachel Rulli
Bruno Saluta
Gaspar Salvador
John Sanders
Anna Sanders
Leonila V. Santa Maria
BeKy Santerre
Theresa Sanago
Theresa Scevde
Bryan Schaeferstein
Mary Scheer
Bryan Scheuhing
Carolyn Schlemmer
Sophia Schreck
Joe Selafanie
Inez Shuford
Deceased Members of the
Sidney Family
John Smith
May Smith
Mary Smith
Members of the Sommo Family
Carmelo Sotomayor
John Souchak
Anna Souchak
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
Fran Spencer
Paul Spieldenner
Theresa Spieldenner
Jim Spieldenner
Mary Spieldenner
Charles Spieldenner
Parish of St. Anne
Members of the Stankavich Family
John Stankovitz
Cecilia Stankovitz
Elona Starr
Ted Stein
Lillian Stein
Joseph Stena, Sr.
Rose Ann SteJnger
Fred SteJnger
Allen Duane SK
Elizabeth Strhin
Emilio Suarez
Maria Suarez
Sophie Sypnieski
Juan Tabalanza
Magdalena Tabalanza
Catalino Tanhueco
Paulina Tanhueco
Ricardo Tanhueco
Carlos Tejas
Edna Thibault
Roland Thibault
Bruce Thomas
Walter Thompson
Rita Thompson
Jennifer Thompson
Abina Thornton
James Thornton
Karen G. Thurman
Joey V. Thurman
Bill Tidwell
Mary Tidwell
Bob Tidwell
Delores Tillman
Ann Ivi Tomashu
Theresa Tommuccio
Irene ToneaJ
Lino ToneaJ
Edward Tonelli, Jr.
Edward Tonelli, Sr.
Oswaldo Torres
Florence Towsend
William B. Trimmer
Dorothy M. Trimmer
Felicie Tuberosa
Peggy Tuberosa
Joseph Turco
Josephine Turco
Pedro Urieta
Gudelia Urieta
Lenny Urso
Clarissa Valdez
Gudelia Valdez
Flavio Valdez
Mary Vena
Mary Villella
John ViKorio
Helen ViKorio
Members of the Voss Family
Helen VoKa
Ralph VoKa Sr.
Nick Vuolo
Margaret Wallace
William Wallace
Harry Watson
Florence Watson
Robert Weber
Mildred Weber
George Wellander
Helen Wesley
Gary Wesley
Debra Wesley
Michael Wesley
Francis Wesley
Mary Wesley
Cheri Westbrook
Josephine Wiesner
Tom Williams
Madeline Winfield
Hope Witsell
Agnes Witsell
Stephen Wolfrom
Joseph Wolfrom
Mary Wolfrom
Annie Yucha
AnneKe R. Yucha
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zahorsky, Sr.
Francisca Zanchez
Lillybeth Zayas
Mr. and Mrs. Jos Zega
Mary Zeph
Diana Zimeri
Paul T. Zuzack
Wanda F. Zuzack
NOTE: Easter flower
donations received after
April 10 will be noted in
the April 27 bulletin.
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June 16 thru 20
8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Easter Bunny-Dog needs you!
Share your time to make the
“Weird Animals-Everyone is Special”
Vacation Bible School a week to
remember.
Openings for:
Game Leaders: lead
students in fun
games (outside).
Music Leaders: teach
and lead songs with
motions every day.
Act out the bible story for each day.
Easter Bunny-Dog has
vowed to howl his tune unl
he receives enough
volunteers...so, please,
volunteer now so he’ll shut
his trap.
Teens, 13 and older or adults can help. Contact Cindy at 813-645-1714
NO
Faith
Formation
Classes
Today
NO
COFFEE & DONUTS
CONFIRMATION
PRACTICE
Wednesday, April 23
6:30 p.m.
In Church
Blood Drive
Sunday, April 27
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
This weekend
PARISH OFFICE
CLOSED
Easter Sunday
April 20
and
Monday
April 21
Bloodmobile on
Church Parking Lot
All donors receive a
t-shirt and wellness
check including
blood pressure,
temperature, iron
count, cholesterol
screening.
BULLETIN DEADLINE Deadline for the May 4
bullen is Wednesday, April 23. Send e-mail to:
[email protected]
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
1st COMMUNION
PRACTICE
Saturday, April 26
9:00 a.m.
In Church
Get Your Confirmation
and Communion Gifts
TODAY
St. Anne Gift Shop
Open before/aBer most
weekend Masses.
St. Vincent DePaul
Treasurer Needed
If you have bookkeeping
or accounng skills and
want to be part of a group
commi<ed to helping the
poor, then join us. Time
commitment is about 6
hours per month. Most
acvies can be done
from home.
Tom Chisano
813-643-2466
[email protected]
Faith Formation
Registration
for 2014 - 2015
1 Student $60
2 Students $85
3 or More Students $110
Register in the Parish Office
Contact Cindy with questions: 813-645-1714
It’s important that you register now!
Registration required every year.
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Del Parroco
¡Este es el día que hizo el Señor; sea nuestra alegría y nuestro gozo!
Oración de la
Parroquia
Dios Amoroso,
Nosotros, las piedras
vivas de la Iglesia de
Santa Ana, les damos
cordialmente la
bienvenida a todos los
hijos de Dios
dentro de nuestra
comunidad.
Estamos
comprometidos a segur
el ejemplo de Cristo al
usar nuestro tiempo,
talento y recursos en
alcanzar a los pobres,
alimentar al hambriento
y crear un legado de fe y
esperanza para futuras
generaciones.
Juntos, como una familia
parroquial, esperamos
continuar creciendo en
la Gracia y el Amor de
Dios.
Te lo pedimos por
Cristo, nuestro Señor,
Amén.
Santa Ana,
Madre de la Santísima
Virgen María
Ruega por nosotros.
Se invita a todos a
participar en el rezo
del Santo Rosario
todos los domingos a
las 11:45 a.m.
Ahora nosotros hemos entrado en la Época de Pascua. Después de celebrar el sufrimiento y la
muerte de Jesús, ahora celebramos la resurrección de Jesucristo dándonos una nueva vida. La
Pascua es la fiesta más grande en el calendario Cristiano, la Resurrección de Jesucristo de
entre los muertos. El Domingo de Pascua viene al final de los 40 días de oración ayuna y
limosna. A través de los 40 días de Cuaresma, nos hemos estado preparando para morir
espiritualmente con Cristo en el Viernes Santo, el día de su Crucifixión, para que podamos
resucitar de nuevo con él a una nueva vida en Pascua. La Pascua es un día de celebración
porque representa la culminación de nuestra fe como cristianos. San Pablo escribe que a
menos que Cristo resucite de entre los muertos nuestra fe sería en vano (1 Corintios 15:17). A
través de su muerte, Cristo salvo a la humanidad de la esclavitud del pecado, y él destruyó la
atadura que tenía la muerte con todos nosotros; pero es Su resurrección la que nos da la
promesa de una vida nueva, en este mundo y en el siguiente.
El sacramento del Bautismo es el gran sacramento en el cual morimos al pecado y resucitamos
a una nueva vida en Cristo Jesús. La noche pasada en la Vigilia Pascual, bendecimos el agua
de Pascua y le dimos la bienvenida a los nuevos Electos dentro de la Iglesia, y hoy oramos por
ellos en las misas: “Nosotros también oramos por aquellos a quienes se les ha dado nueva
vida por el agua y el Espíritu Santo, concediéndoles el perdón de todos sus pecados.”
Nosotros también celebramos esto en cada misa cuando renovamos nuestras promesas
bautismales, morimos al pecado y resucitamos de nuevo a una nueva vida en Jesucristo.
Luego el sacerdote y el diácono nos bendicen con el agua de Pascua que simboliza el don de
la vida de Dios. En cada funeral el sacerdote ora, “En las aguas del Bautismo morimos con
Cristo y resucitamos con El a una nueva vida. Ahora compartamos con El la Gloria Eterna.”
Otro símbolo de la vida nueva en Pascua es el Lirio Pascual. Historia, mitología, literatura,
poesía y el mundo del arte están llenas de historias e imágenes que hablan de la belleza y
majestuosidad de la elegante flor blanca. Frecuentemente llamada la “capa blanca de los
apóstoles de la esperanza,” los lirios fueron encontrados creciendo en el Jardín de Getsemaní
después dela agonía de Cristo. La tradición dice que los bellos lirios blancos estaban
derramados en donde las gotas de sudor de Cristo cayeron al suelo en sus horas finales de
penas y profunda angustia. Las iglesias continúan esta tradición en el tiempo de Pascua al
llenar los altares y rodear sus cruces con cantidades de Lirios Pascuales, para conmemorar la
resurrección de Jesucristo y la esperanza de la vida eterna.
Para muchos, el Lirio Pascual, la bella flor blanca con forma de trompeta, simboliza la pureza,
virtud, inocencia, esperanza y vida — la esencia spiritual de Pascua. Una marca de pureza y
gracia a través de los tiempos, el real lirio blanco es un símbolo adecuado del gran significado
de la Pascua y sirve como un bello recordatorio de que la Pascua es un tiempo de celebración
y regocijo.
¡Que todos ustedes tengan una feliz y bendita Pascua!
Suyos en Cristo,
Padre John
St. Anne Catholic Church, April 20, 2014
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