St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church

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St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church
CATHOLIC CHURCH
25511 Eshelman Avenue, Lomita
(310) 326-3364
smmlomita.org
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Fr. Paul
O’Donnell
Dear Friends and Families of St. Margaret Mary’s,
his past week we celebrated the graduation of our St.
Margaret Mary eighth grade students. A graduation is
both an ending and a beginning: an end to childhood and an
opening to adolescence and then adulthood.
T
Nou
o matter what age we have reached in
r lives, we can all still relate to the
hopes, dreams and fears our graduates have.
Why? Because we remember our own hopes,
dreams and fears as they have been realized
or not through the years. So, the day of our
graduation is a very important milestone in
our passage to full maturity and to becoming
the persons God wants us to be. Ultimately, a
graduation could be a symbol for the whole
journey of life, as some day we all hope to
“graduate” from this earthly existence to eternal life with God in heaven. Think for a moment about the eight years many of our
SMMS children have spent with us. They not
only grew physically taller and bigger, but
they grew intellectually through their studies,
they grew morally in their understanding of
right and wrong and most importantly, they
grew spiritually in their faith.
O
ur school reinforced the faith they received at home from their primary teachers, their parents. Their parents struggled,
saved, and sacrificed much in order to provide an excellent Catholic education that will
serve as the foundation for their future lives.
It is a fact that the graduates of St. Margaret
Mary’s School not only go on to attend the
top universities but they go on to great things
in their lives. They become great people; that
is, fully human beings, caring and responsible
citizens of the community as well as holy
members of the Church. God has a plan for
their future lives that goes well beyond the
nervousness of facing high school. As we all
have experienced, He will always be there,
guiding them every step of the way. Even if
they, enamored of the world and its beauties,
lose sight of Him for a time, He will never be
far from them, always ready to answer their
prayers and lead them safely back home.
M
y personal appeal to our graduates was
simple: “Never forget God. Never
forget Jesus and Mary. Never forget
where you come from—St. Margaret
Mary’s.” Words to live by, surely. For beyond a graduation ceremony, the purpose of
our lives is to know, love and serve God so
we might be happy with Him in heaven forever. That’s where the real, never-ending
graduation party will begin!
With prayers and friendship,
Fr. Paul
PASTOR: Fr. Paul O’Donnell
ASSOCIATE PASTORS: Fr. Juan Silva and Fr. John Palmer
PRIEST IN RESIDENCE: Fr. Sebastian Venni; SEMINARIAN: Simon Kim
DEACONS: Cheto Mendoza, Craig Siegman, Richard Soria and Dan Wallace
MASS SCHEDULE:
Saturday 5 PM (Vigil), Sunday 6:45, 8, 9:30, 11 AM, 5PM, Español 12:30, 7 PM
Monday—Friday 6:30, 8:15 AM, Saturday 8:15 AM only
First Wednesday, Mass (Our Lady of Perpetual Help) 7 PM
First Friday, Mass (Sacred Heart of Jesus) 7 PM
PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA Wednesdays, 7:30 PM (except 1st Wednesday)
ALL-NIGHT EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT First Friday, June 5, 7:30 PM
with benediction on Saturday 8 AM
ROSARY (in Chapel) Monday through Friday 7 and 8:45 AM;
Wednesday 6:30 PM, Tuesday 7 PM (Español)
Confessions Friday 5-5:30 PM; Saturday 3:30-4:30 PM; 7:30-8:30 PM or call for appointment.
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Queridos Amigos y Familias de Santa Margarita María de,
La semana pasada celebramos la graduación de nuestros estudiantes de octavo
grado Santa Margarita María. Una graduación es a la vez un final y un comienzo.
El fin de la infancia y una apertura a la adolescencia y luego la edad adulta.
No importa la edad que hemos alcanzado en nuestra vida, todos podemos
todavía relacionarnos a la esperanza,
sueños y temores que nuestros graduados tienen. ¿Por qué? Porque recordamos nuestras propias esperanzas, sueños y miedos, ya que se han realizado o
no a través de los años. Así, el día de
nuestra graduación es un hito muy importante en nuestro pasaje a la madurez plena y de convertirse en las personas que Dios quiere que seamos. Ultimadamente, una graduación podría ser
un símbolo para la jornada de nuestras
vidas, ya que algunos día todos esperamos "graduarnos" de esta existencia
terrenal a la vida eterna con Dios en el
cielo. Piensen por un momento en los
ocho años que muchos de nuestros niños SMMS han pasado con nosotros.
Ellos no sólo crecieron físicamente más
altos y más grandes, pero crecieron intelectualmente a través de sus estudios,
crecieron moralmente en su comprensión de lo correcto e incorrecto y lo
más importante, que crecieron espiritualmente en su fe.
Nuestra escuela refuerza la fe que reciben en sus hogares de sus maestros
primarios, sus padres. Sus padres luchan, salvan, y se sacrifican mucho para proporcionar una excelente educación católica que servirán como fundamento para su vida futura. Es un hecho
que los egresados de la Escuela de Santa Margarita María no sólo van a asistir
a las mejores universidades, pero que
van hacer grandes cosas en sus vidas.
Se convierten en grandes personas, es
decir, seres plenamente humanos, cuidadosos y ciudadanos responsables de
la comunidad, así como miembros santos de la Iglesia. Dios tiene un plan para su vida futura que va mucho más
allá del nerviosismo de enfrentarse a la
escuela secundaria. Como todos hemos
experimentado, Él siempre estará ahí,
guiándolos en cada paso del camino.
Incluso si, se enamoran del mundo y
sus bellezas, y Lo pierden de vista por
un tiempo, nunca estará lejos de ellos,
siempre dispuesto a responder a sus
oraciones y conducir con seguridad de
vuelta a casa.
Mi llamamiento personal a nuestros
graduados es simple: "Nunca olvides a Dios. Nunca olvides a Jesús
y María. Nunca olvides de donde
vienes-Santa Margarita María ".
A vivir cerca, sin duda. Porque más
allá de una ceremonia de graduación,
el propósito de nuestra vida es conocer, amar y servir a Dios para que seamos felices con Él en el cielo para
siempre. Ahí es donde comienza lo
real, la interminable fiesta de graduación!
Con oraciones y amistad,
Padre Paul
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O U R
F A I T H
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ALL IS GRACE
MASS AND SOCIAL
This monthly
bilingual Mass and Social
brings together those who
have loved ones in prison.
Through prayer and
sharing, we open
ourselves to God’s healing.
Tuesday, June 16th,
7 PM
St. Joseph Catholic
Church
11901 Acacia Ave.,
Hawthorne
THE CHURCH
AND THE SPIRIT
Where the Church is,
there is the
Spirit of God;
and where the
Spirit of God is,
there is the Church
and all grace,
and the
Spirit
is
truth.
—St. Irenaeus
On Sundays in Ordinary Time, the Old Testament reading is selected for the light it sheds on the day’s Gospel. Today, Ezekiel
sees God lifting up the lowly tree and making the withered tree
bloom. So in the second paraable of today’s Gospel, Jesus encourages us by promising that, as fragile seeds grow into an
abundant harvest, and the tiny mustard seed into a hearty plant,
so God will grow the kingdom from small beginnings to an instrument of salvation for all. In the first parable, the land yields
fruit “of its own accord” (Mark 4:28). Not only is the initiative
God’s, but the parable teaches that the seed’s growth, though invisible at first, is actually unstoppable! To be sure, those who depend on the impressive or dramatic in order to be convinced or
encouraged will be disappointed in the slow unfolding of the
kingdom that Jesus announces. But for those who do accept the
kingdom, all is grace, and that grace is certain.
Though the second reading is not coordinated with either the
first reading or Gospel on these Sundays, today’s is thematically
appropriate. Saint Paul argues that our experience of God’s
trustworthiness thus far should make us a people of undaunted
courage and unshakeable faith. But at the same time Paul warns
that faith should also make us aware of our responsibility to do
good.
“LEARNING FROM
THE MYSTICS:
SAINT FRANCIS
and
SAINT CLARE”
Saturday, June 20
9 AM—12 Noon
Loyola Marymount University
University Hall 3999
McIntosh Room
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles
Journey with St. Francis and
St. Clare during the morning
of reflection and prayer and
let these saints inspire you.
$25 per person
(310) 338-2799 for more info.
OUR FAITH IN ACTION
EVENING BIBLE STUDY
Congratulations to all those who participated in the recent
Gospel of Mark Scripture studies. (Pictured are some of the
parishioners who attended the Tuesday evening session.)
The evening studies will resume in September after the Lomita
Fair. Session information will appear in the bulletin beginning in
August.
In the photo left to right: Carmen Green, Harry Krueger, Jennifer Torre,
Tony Trupiano, Margaret Ferrara, Alma Samson, Bernie Boegner, George Newberry,
Sydne Newberry, Jose Lopez, Sol Lenon. (Not pictured, Jim Viveros, Janet Alonzo,
Jeannine Ballister, Gail Campos, Milagros Diamante, Nora Mies, Raquel Martinez,
Teddy Greenwald).
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Spiritual Direction at
Mary & Joseph Retreat
Center
From time to time we
all feel the need for guidance, compassionate listening or help with discernment. A spiritual director is a companion on
the journey who enables
you to tune in to your
deeper self and recognize
the still, small voice of
God within. Spiritual direction is available for
individuals or couples on
an on-going basis, meeting about once a month.
We have several directors
available.
For information
on spiritual direction
contact Tammy at
(310) 377-4867 ext 252
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A wedding celebrated in the Eastern Church has a form that was fixed a
thousand years ago. In the West, our story is more complicated by constant
change and variation. As the world’s structures tottered in the ninth century,
bishops and priests stepped into the void left by collapsing civil structures.
For the first time, marriage was referred to as a sacrament, and wedding ceremonies were to be in public (assuring the free consent of the bride) after an
investigation of the couple by a priest. The custom of the blessing of the
bridal room diminished, and was finally forbidden in 1012 by the Council of
Rouen, although it continued for centuries. In the diocese of Perigueux in
France, a ritual from 1827 had the parish priest clad in surplice and stole
sprinkling the bridal couple as they stood modestly in their pajamas by the
wedding bed. Next the bed and all those present were sprinkled, too! That’s
a tradition that few Americans, either the betrothed or the clergy, are ready
to revive!
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E S P I R I T U A L
TENER CONFIANZA
Por Humberto Beltrán
“Siempre tenemos confianza, aunque vivimos desterrados, lejos del Señor”. Así escribe san Pablo a la comunidad de creyentes de
Corinto.
Seguramente que estamos de acuerdo en
aquello de sentirnos desterrados. Algunos al
pie de la letra: recordando la tierra en que
nacimos y crecimos. Recordando a la familia
lejana y las costumbres de nuestra tierra. O,
al menos, sabiendo muy bien que el dolor
que acompaña a los desterrados nos acompaña también a nosotros. Y por eso suspiramos, tantas veces por una vida mejor, por
una situación de más serenidad y felicidad.
Quisiéramos cambiar, ser capaces de otra
vida. Pero nos parece imposible: siempre lo
mismo. Deseando cambiar, pero permaneciendo en lo malo. Y por eso estamos tantas
veces insatisfechos. Quisiéramos cambiar en
esto, y en lo otro, pero nos parece que no podemos.
Si ahora mismo nos preguntarán a cada uno
de nosotros: “¿Usted que espera, que necesita, que quiere mejorar?”, llenaríamos un papel grande con nuestros deseos. Es decir, nos
parece que no estamos donde deberíamos
estar, que no hemos llegado donde deberíamos llegar. Nos sentimos fuera de lugar, desterrados. Y luego está el dolor de los demás.
Por sus hijos, por ejemplo. Y la incertidumbre: ¿qué será de ellos? ¿Cuál será su vida?
¿Serán buenos, serán creyentes, encontrarán
la felicidad? La vida en esta tierra nos resulta
así, a veces, dura y desconsolada. Hasta repetiríamos al pie de la letra lo que rezamos
en la Salve: “en este valle de lágrimas”, o lo
otro “los desterrados hijos de Eva”. Lo cierto
es que necesitamos más, esperamos otra vida mejor y suspiramos por ella.
Lo mismo le pasaba a San Pablo. Pero el afirma, a pesar de todo: siempre tenemos confianza.
En el evangelio de hoy Jesús nos repite lo
mismo. El bien es como una semilla pequeñita. Apenas se ve. Diríamos que ha desaparecido. Pero no es así. Lentamente va creciendo. Y al final llega el fruto. Sin saber có-
mo pero llega. Y Jesús asegura que el reino
de Dios, va bien, va creciendo así en nosotros. Poco a poco, lentamente, sin apenas ser
visto. Pero crece.
Las dos parábolas de este evangelio coinciden en la importancia de la semilla, sumamente activa, pero muy pequeña en comparación con la abundancia de la cosecha final.
El reino de Dios crece lentamente, sin saber
cómo.
Los comienzos del reino son lentos y humildes, en medio del silencio de Dios. Aquí no
hay signos extraordinarios o milagrosos,
sino espera paciente, ya que gracias al Espíritu, la semilla tiene virtud interior y fuerza
de germinación. Los medios con los que
siembra Jesús son humildes, así deben ser
los nuestros.
Al final la cosecha es abundante. De tiempo
en tiempo, en época de siega, hay una febril
actividad: lo sembrado produce sus frutos; la
abundancia está asegurada.
Reflexión
Cada domingo, al salir de la eucaristía, tendríamos que sentirnos más fuertes que al entrar.
Más confiados. Con más ánimo
para la semana que empezamos.
Ojalá que el Señor nos lo conceda
a todos hoy.
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STRENGTHENING OUR FAITH
Readings For The Week
Monday, June 15
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 6:1-10
Gospel: Matthew 5:38-42
Tuesday, June 16
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 8:1-9
Gospel: Matthew 5:43-48
Wednesday, June 17
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 9:6-11
Gospel: Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday, June 18
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 11:1-11
Gospel: Matthew 6:7-15
Friday, June 19
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 11:18, 21-30
Gospel: Matthew 6:19-23
Saturday, June 20
Reading 1: 2 Corinthians 12:1-10
Gospel: Matthew 6:24-34
Sunday June 21
Reading 1: Job 38:1, 8-11
Reading 2: 2 Corinthians 5:14-17
Gospel: Mark 4:35-41
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Guadalupe VARGAS
Jeremy VARGAS
Angelina BASSOLS
Shirley BUCAG
Leticia VALENCIA
Chris JOYA
Silvia SPINDOLA
Eddy RAMOS
Susana GUTIERREZ
Matthew CASTILLON
Michaelangelo LUPOLI
Dolores WOODWARD
Veronica CRUZ
Dear Lord please bless these sick
with comfort, courage, hope and
enduring faith in your love and
protection. Amen
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For our own intentions.
Husbands, give your wife a special gift!
Plan a weekend away just for the two of you!
Enrich your marriage by attending the next
Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend on
August 7-9, 2015.
Weekends fill up quickly, so we strongly encourage
signups by July 1 to reserve your spot.
Apply Online at www.ilovemyspouse.net
or contact
Sarah and Jacob Flores at (562) 923-7335 or
Ginny and Boon Hazboun at (562) 861-7562
for more details.
Eternal rest grant unto them
O Lord, and let perpetual light
shine upon them. Amen.
LORD, IT IS GOOD
TO GIVE THANKS
TO YOU
(PSALM 92).
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N U E S T R A
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TODO ES GRACIA
MISA
ESPECIAL Y
SOCIAL
Esta Misa bilingüe y social, trae a reunir aquellos
que tienen algún ser querido en la cárcel.
A través del compartimiento, nos abrimos al
sanamiento de Dios.
Martes 16 de Junio,
7 de la noche
(tercer martes del mes)
Iglesia Católica de
St. Joseph Catholic
Church, 11901 Acacia Ave.
(esquina de119th y Acacia),
Hawthorne
LA IGLESIA Y
EL EPIRITU
Donde esta la Iglesia,
existe el Espíritu de
Dios; y donde el
Espíritu de Dios
esta, allí esta la
Iglesia y toda gracia
y el espíritu
es verdad
—San Ireneo
Los domingos del Tiempo Ordinario, se seleccionan las lecturas
del Antiguo Testamento por la luz que arroja sobre el Evangelio
del día. Hoy en día, Ezequiel ve a Dios levantando el árbol humilde y hacer florecer el árbol seco. Así que en el segunda parabola del Evangelio de hoy, Jesús nos anima con la promesa de
que, como semillas frágiles se convierten en una cosecha abundante, y la semilla de mostaza en una planta abundante, por lo
que Dios va a crecer el reino de pequeños comienzos a un instrumento de salvación para todos. En la primera parábola, la tierra
da fruto "por su propia voluntad" (Marcos 04:28). No sólo es la
iniciativa de Dios, pero la parábola enseña que el crecimiento de
la semilla, aunque invisible al principio, es en realidad imparable! Para estar seguros, los que dependen de la impresionante o
dramática con el fin de estar convencido o alentado se sentirán
decepcionados en el lento desarrollo del reino que Jesús anuncia. Pero para los que aceptan el reino, todo es gracia, y la gracia
es certera.
Aunque la segunda lectura no se coordina bien con la primera
lectura o Evangelio en estos domingos, hoy es temáticamente
adecuado. San Pablo afirma que nuestra experiencia de la fidelidad de Dios hasta ahora nos debe hacer un pueblo de denodado
valor y la fe inquebrantable. Pero al mismo tiempo, Pablo advierte que la fe debe también hacernos conscientes de nuestra
responsabilidad de hacer el bien.
PROTEGIENDO A NUESTROS NIÑOS
Usted puede ayudar a que los niños
se sientan comprendidos
Como padres, educadores y voluntarios,
queremos que los niños sepan que no somos
sólo figuras de autoridad en su vida, sino también que somos personas de confianza. Para fomentar esta verdadera confianza, es importante
que los niños se sientan comprendidos. Una de
las formas más sencillas de hacer esto es repetir lo que están diciendo. Al hacerlo, reafirmamos al niño que lo hemos escuchado y comprendido. Para una copia del artículo completo de
VIRTUS® y más sugerencias para la comunicación, escriba a [email protected]
N U E S T R A
Lecturas de la Semana
Lunes 15 de Junio
1a Lectura: 2 Corintios 6:1-10
Evangelio: Mateo 5:38-42
Martes 16 de Junio
!a Lectura: 2 Corintios 8:1-9
Evangelio: Mateo 5:43-48
Miércoles 17 de Junio
1a Lectura: 2 Corintios 9:6-11
Evangelio: Mateo 6:1-6, 16-18
Jueves 18 de Junio
1a Lectura: 2 Corintios 11:1-11
Evangelio: Mateo 6:7-15
Viernes 19 de Junio
1a Lectura: 2 Corintios 11:18, 21-30
Evangelio: Mateo 6:19-23
Sábado 20 de Junio
1a Lectura: 2 Corintios 12:1-10
Evangelio: Mateo 6:24-34
Domingo 21 de Junio
1a Lectura: Job 38:1, 8-11
2a Lectura: 2 Corintios 5:14-17
Evangelio: Marcos 4:35-41
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Formación de Fe
Grados del 1 al 8
Información sobre Registración
para 2015-16
Para registrarse necesita llenar la forma de
inscripción, traer la de Bautismo de su hijo/a y
pagar la cuota requerida el costo de las inscripciones varían dependiendo el programa y la
fecha en que lo inscribe.
Preparación Sacramental es para cualquier estudiante que necesita recibir los Sacramentos de
Reconciliación y Comunión por primera vez.
Costo de inscripción antes del 30 de Junio, 2015
Preparación Sacramental-$75 ($70 si paga completa la registración)
Educación continua $40 (niños/as que ya han
recibido la Primera Comunión)
Costo de inscripción del 1 de Julio a 31 de
Agosto, 2015
Preparación sacramental-$80 ($75 si paga completa la registración)
Educación continua $45 niños/as que ya han
recibido la Primera Comunión)
Costo de inscripción del 1 de Septiembre
Preparación sacramental $90 ($85 si paga
completa la registración)
El Ministerio de Servidores del Altar o Monaguillos
Les hace una cordial invitación a todos los niños y jóvenes que
quieran servir a Cristo en el Altar.
Se proporcionaran clases gratis para los niños que quieran ser “Monaguillos”
El único requisito es haber recibido la Primera Comunión.
Las clases serán todos los Sábados a partir del
Sábado 18 de Julio a las 7:00 de la tarde.
Para mas información favor de llamar a Lazaro Cruz (310) 703-4896
o a la Oficina Parroquial (310) 326-3364
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Monday, June 15
8:15 AM—Mass in honor of these deceased
Holy Name men: Joe WATSON,
Dallas CANDY & George STANFORD
Wednesday, June 17, 7 PM
Holy Name Board meeting,
Good Shepherd Room
Monday, June 29, 7:30 PM
Next general membership meeting,
Bishop Joe will present the 2015 Bishop Joe
Sartoris/Holy Name scholarships to winners.
Swearing in of new Holy Name Board.
This organization is open to all men of our
parish and school.
To find out more about Holy Name,
visit hns.stmargaretmarylomita.org
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Council 7864
Monday, June 15
Final registration for Annual Fund Raising
Golf Tournament
Saturday, June 27
Annual Fund Raising Golf Tournament
Los Verdes Golf Course, RPV
Registration is still open.
Contact Dr. Nony Baculi (310) 326-3687 or
Phil Talavera (310) 530-3058
Join us for a charity cause and have fun!
Sunday, June 21
11:00 AM Mass—Together in Worship
7:00 PM—Family Night Dinner
Hegarty Hall
Membership: Sunny Quezon (310) 381-9931
Insurance: Ernie Literte (310) 781-3048
SMM PRO-LIFE
We are reading...
ON HEAVEN AND EARTH
Faith, Family & the Church in
the Twenty-First Century
by
Jorge Bergoglio & Abraham Skorka
Thursday, June 25—7 PM
Parish Center Lounge
JOIN THE DISCUSSION!
EVERYONE IS WELCOME whether or not
you have read/finished the book.
Questions? Call Flo (310) 328-8915
email: [email protected]
In July: From Jesus to Christianity
by Michael White
For a Complete Schedule and Reading List:
www.saintmargaretmarylomita.org
Click ‘Community Life’ and then ‘Book Club’
It is hard to imagine
that the most dangerous place
for a child
is in the womb.
Let’s pray
that the people around the world
will respect the life
of every
Child of God.
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BULLETIN
DEADLINE: FRIDAY
NOON, 9 DAYS BEFORE
YOUR ARTICLE WILL
APPEAR.
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Mon-Thurs, 8 AM—8 PM
Fri, 8 AM to Noon & 5 to 8 PM
Saturday, 8 AM—5PM
(Monday—Saturday closed
Noon to 1 PM)
Sunday, 9 AM—1 PM
STAFF
Parish Administrator
Deacon Dan Wallace, ext 42
Religious Education
Joe Voigt, ext 17
Teresa Carbajal, ext 16
Youth Ministry
Cheyenne Vasquez, ext 13
Christian Service
Laura Nieto, ext 35
Religious Vocations
Contact Parish Office for:
All Sacraments
Quiceañeras
Anointing of the Sick
Funeral Arrangements
Registrations
Volunteer Opportunities and
all other questions
PARISH SCHOOL
Elisa Fernandez-Zimmerman,
Principal
(310) 326-9494
smmsspartans.org
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Catholic Seniors ages 50 plus:
Men, Women, Married, Single,
Widowed or Divorced
DON’T BE LONELY—COME JOIN US
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FRIDAYS ONLINE ON
OUR WEBSITE
Website:
smmlomita.org
Email:
[email protected]
Telephones:
(310) 326-3364
(310) 539-1570 (fax)
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St. Margaret Mary
DIRECTORY
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2nd Saturday of the month,
Sharing and Caring,
Bible Circle and events planning.
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4th Saturday of the month, June 27th, social event.
All meetings are at 6:30 PM in the Parish Lounge
Questions? Call Mike or Lin (310) 626-7008
PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN
You can help children know they are
understood
As parents, educators and volunteers, we want
children to know that we are not only authority
figures in their lives, but also people they can
trust. To foster authentic trust with children, it
is important that they know that you understand them. One of the simplest ways to do this
is by repeating back what children are telling
you. When you do this, you are affirming to the child that they
are heard and understood.
For complete VIRTUS® Article and more communication tips
email: [email protected]
For particular help you may call
the Assistance Ministry, (213) 637-7650.
AN HOUR OF ORGAN MUSIC
FRIDAYS, 1 to 2 PM,
IN THE CHURCH
Kent Eggert, Organist
Call office to verify schedule (310) 326-3364
ESTUDIO DE BIBLIA
“DESCUBRE A JESUS A TRAVES DE LAS ESCRITURAS”
Los Días Martes de
7 a 9 de la noche Salón San José
Para mas información
favor de llamar a
Minerva Sanchez (310) 530-9323
Teresa Carbajal (310) 326-3364 ext. 16
ORIENTACION Y
CONSEJERIAEN ESPAÑOL
Recuerden que tenemos este servicio aquí,
en nuestra parroquia los días
lunes, martes, jueves y sábado con cita
previamente acordada. Para solicitar este
servicio, pueden pasar por la
oficina de la parroquia para dejar el nombre
y número de teléfono o dejar un
mensaje en ele teléfono:
(310) 326-3364. ext.40
Vengan a una reunión
Recepción para decir ADIOS
En honor de
Padre Juan Silva
Pastor Asociado
y
Simon Kim
Seminarista Interno
Padre Juan a sido asignado a ser Pastor
De la Parroquia Sta. Odilia en Los Angeles y empezar su nueva misión el
1 de Julio
Simon regresara al Seminario de
St. John para terminar sus estudios de
preparación para terminar con
su ordenación de padre.
Domingo 28 de Junio
10:30am – 3:00pm
Salón Fr. Hegarty &
Jardín del Sagrado Corazón
PORFAVOR SEA
VOLUNTARIO
Llame a Molly Moreno (310) 561-7410
Para que la Feria sea todo un éxito,
necesitamos cientos de voluntarios
MINIMO DE 3 HORAS VOLUNTARIAS
ES LO QUE TOMA.
NO ES MUY TEMPRANO PARA
APUNTARSE: para construir la Feria,
para guardar todo, y todo lo demás.
A TODOS LOS QUE NOS VISITAN
DURNATE EL VERANO.
PILGRIMAGE TO THE
HOLY LAND &
JORDAN
November 10-22, 2015
Escorted by Linda Williams
and Fr. Bernard Felix
For more information contact
Linda Williams
(310) 320-9514 or (310) 413-4711
MARY & JOSEPH RETREAT CENTER
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our non-stop schedule of fun.
Contact entertainment chairs for
information and to schedule auditions.
Call or text Molly (323) 849-6031
or email Glenn
[email protected]
Art & Music
“IN THE GARDEN”
Sunday, June 28
1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Music, Art Displays, Strawberry Shortcake
And Lemonade too!
$10.00
Reserve a box lunch by 6/23 for $12.
Marlene Velazquez, (310) 377-4867 x 234
Or email: [email protected]
VENDOR SPACE
If you have something to sell or a
business to promote, our vendor
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call Marty (310) 930-8598
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JULY 17, 18 & 19
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(424) 653-0000 for all information.
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MARY STAR OF THE SEA
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for more information
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[email protected]
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Saint Margaret Mary Pilgrimage World Youth Day · Krakow, Poland
July 23 – August 2, 2016
We s ll have limited room available for youth or adult chaperones.
All young people 16 years and older are welcome.
Brochures / informa on available in the Parish Center or online on the Parish webpage.
There are only
7
spaces remaining so register soon!
SMMC WOMEN'S SOCIETY
San Lorenzo Guild
LUMPIA SALES
Delicious Empanada will be on sale on the patio
June 13th, Saturday after 5PM Vigil Mass
June 14th, Sunday after morning Masses
Supplies are limited. We expect to sell out early.
First come first served.
The Hispanic Community
will be selling
M E X I C A N TA M A L E S
T O D AY
June 13th and 14th
WELCOME
TO ALL OF OUR SUMMER
VISITORS.
We are happy that you have chosen to
worship with us.
Please join us for a
Farewell Recep on
honoring
Father Juan Silva
Associate Pastor
and
Simon Kim
Seminarian Intern
Father Juan has been appointed Pastor
of St. Odilia Parish in Los Angeles and
begins his new assignment July 1st.
Simon returns to St. John’s Seminary
to finish his studies in prepara on for
his ordina on to the priesthood.
Sunday, June 28
10:30 AM to 3 PM
Fr. Hegarty Hall &
Sacred Heart Courtyard

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