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Thomas Spicci + Tuesday 8.00 am(E)
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF December 28,
2015
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(E)
8.00 a.m.(E)
5.00 p.m.(K)
10.00 a.m.(E)
12 Noon (TD)
8.00 a.m.(K)
5.00 p.m.(TD)
7.00 a.m.(TD)
8.30 a.m.(E)
10.00 a.m.(K)
12 Noon (TD)
6.00 p.m.(D)
8.00 p.m.(E)
+ deceased
Thomas Spicci +
Melanie Aybar +
Ann Davidson Gardiner +
Odette Asuncion (L)
Fr. Michael Kelly +
Tim Coleman +
Thomas Vincent Spicci +
DECEMBER 27, 2015
NEW YEAR’S MASS SCHEDULE
Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God
New Year’s Day, Friday, January 1, 2016
Holy Day of Obligation
5.00 p.m. Vigil , Thursday, December 31, 2015
10.00 a.m. and 12 Noon, Friday, January 1, 2016
SAVE THE DATE!
Fr. Knestout, Fr. Daniel, Fr. Enzler and the staff would
like to invite you to a Twelfth Night Celebration in honor
of all volunteers on Saturday, January 9, 2016, at 6.15
p.m. in the Church Hall. For the purpose of planning,
please RSVP to the Rectory (301-229-7933) by
Monday, January 4.
(L) living
Scripture Readings for Week Of December 27, 2015
Sunday
The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14 or 1 Sm 1:20-22, 24-28; Ps 128:12, 3, 4-5 or Ps 84:2-3, 5-6, 9-10;
Col 3:12-21 or 3:12-17; Lk 2:41-52
Monday
The Holy Innocents, Martyrs
1 Jn 1:5—2:2; Ps 124:2-3, 4-5, 7cd-8; Mt 2:13-18
Tuesday
Saint Thomas Becket, Bishop and Martyr
1 Jn 2:3-11; Ps 96:1-2a, 2b-3, 5b-6; Lk 2:22-35
Wednesday 1 Jn 2:12-17; Ps 96:7-8a, 8b-9, 10; Lk 2:36-40
Thursday
Saint Sylvester I, Pope
1 Jn 2:18-21; Ps 96:1-2, 11-12, 13; Jn 1:1-18
Friday
Solemnity of Mary, The Holy Mother of God
Nm 6:22-27; Ps 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8; Gal 4:4-7;
Lk 2:16-21
Saturday
Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen
Bishops and Doctors of the Church
1 Jn 2:22-28; Ps 98:1, 2-3ab, 3cd-4; Jn 1:19-28
Sunday
The Epiphany of the Lord
Is 60:1-6; Ps 72:1-2, 7-8, 10-11, 12-13;
Eph 3:2-3a, 5-6; Mt 2:1-12
STEPHEN MINISTRY
Listening,
Comforting, Caring
Under direct supervision of Fr. Mark Knestout, this
is an ongoing pastoral care ministry. St. Stephen
Ministers are members of the parish, intensely trained
to care for people who are experiencing a loss, or going
through difficult times or life transitions. Please
contact: Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston for assistance as
a care receiver or to get involved in the ministry. Tel:
703-821-1654; [email protected]
The Parish Office will be closed Friday, January 1, 2016.
SOCIAL CONCERNS
The Poor Box for the month of December is for Cup of
Joe. Through a partnership with the DC city
government, Catholic Charities provides protection from
the weather and the streets, a bed, a shower, and a hot
supper at five shelters. Breakfast is not provided, and
clients leave the shelter by 7 a.m. Launched by Father
John Enzler, Cup of Joe is a healthy breakfast program
for Catholic Charities' five low-barrier emergency
shelters, which host more than 1,000 men and women
each night.
During the season of Advent we prepared ourselves for
the celebration of Christ's birth. Why not help our own
parish prepare for the coming new year by signing up
with Faith Direct? By supporting St. Bartholomew
Church through Faith Direct, both you and our parish
can more easily project your future contributions.
You can sign up online at www.faithdirect.net using our
church code: MD44, or by mailing a paper enrollment
form available in the parish office.
If you feel that a one-time giving option is more
preferable, download the Faith Direct app today (App
Store: http://apple.co/1M1Gtb0, Google Play Store http://bit.ly/1Hqpw4F) and make a One-Time Gift to St.
Bartholomew Church!
THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY AND JOSEPH
Christmas Remembrances 2015
We remember our beloved family and friends,
living and deceased, through our prayers and
Christmas altar flower offerings:
The Colvin and Draize Families (Susan Draize); the
Smith and Wink Families (Roy and Betty Smith); John P.
O’Brien (O’Brien children); the Class and Laudolff Families
(John and Margie Class); Michael James Segreti (Anthony and
Joan Segreti); Melvin Catlett and Katherine and George Seidl
(Catherine Seidl Catlett); the Joyce Family (Kathleen Joyce);
Betty Longo (Barbara Mannix); Mary B. Cross (Julie Bowen);
Joseph Consilvio, Grace Bruns, and Helen and Sigmund
Polaczynski (B. Consilvio); Raymond S. Betz, Jr. (Barbara
Mannix); William Byrne (Matt and Donna Byrne); Ed
Tamulevich, June Tamulevich, and Frank and Lee Sullivan (Ed
and Maribeth Tamulevich); Maureen Francescani (Matt and
Donna Byrne); Louis and Florence Gicale (Louis and Sarah
Gicale); John Dyer, David Dyer, and JoAnn Dyer Wood (Maura
Dyer); Curtis Reiber and John and Barbara Loughran (the
Loughran Family); Lt. Col. and Mrs. William G. Watts, Jr.,
RADM and Mrs. Leland G. Shaffer, Rev. John J. Ruef, C.Ss.R.,
Giancarlo Prete, Donald Mathews, Ph.D., and Grant Stivers
(Sylvia W. Shaffer); Nino Veronese (Fulvia Veronese); Robert
Jones (Joy Jones); William Maresca (Joy Jones); John P.
O’Brien (Margaret Lauer); Marie Maresca (Joy Jones); Adele
Reeth (Nicole DelToro); Thomas and Agnes Burke and Charles
and Gertrude Perkins (Charles and Bonnie Perkins); Ignacio
Carlos Tandeciarz (Viviana Tandeciarz); Jose Luis Argumedo
and Fouad and Adele El-Khouri (Samir and Maria El-Khouri);
Neil and Dorothy O’Brien (Chris O’Brien); James and Linda
O’Brien (Chris O’Brien); the McCullough and Kelly Families (Mr.
and Mrs. Michael McCullough); the Deceased Members of the
Kennedy and Verfuerth Families (Ann Kennedy); Joseph F. King
(Joann R. King); the Living and Deceased Members of the
Brady, Rupert, MacIntosh and Page Families (Mr. and Mrs.
Rupert V. Brady); Mr. and Mrs. Donatus E. Wik, Mrs. Mary
Cannova, Mr. Edward A. Wilmarth, and Mrs. Vivian Gannon
(Barbara and Bruce Wilmarth and Family); Mr. and Mrs. John
Donohue, Mr, and Mrs. Peter Enz, and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles
Moore (Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Donohue); Maria Reilly, Coletta
Reilly, Alicia Sanchez-Vargas, Anita Fortunat and Miguel
Fortunat (the Reilly Family); Gustavo and Rosana Gatti (Livia
Gatti); Tim Coleman and Claire Calis (Vivian Calis); the
Deceased Members of the Fay, McEnroe and Evans Families
(Colleen McEnroe); Josephine and Charles Navarro and Anna
Gnazzo (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Navarro); Derek and Eileen
Green, Patrick and Mary O’Sullivan, and Patty Costello (the
O’Sullivan Family); Mary Truitt (Donna Truitt); John O’Brien
(Betty O’Brien); William J. McDermott (Alice McDermott); and
Mildred McDermott (Alice McDermott).
FEATURED CD OF THE WEEK: So Help Me God: The
Promise and Power (Scott Hahn). ONLY $3. Please see
the rack in the vestibule. Lighthouse books and CD’s
make great gifts and at $4 for books and $3 for CD’s,
they are very affordable.
The Centering Prayer group will be meeting Thursday,
January 7, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Rectory Meeting
Room located in the basement of St Bart’s
Rectory. Those interested in more information may call
the group facilitator, Roger Oussoren at 240-7935737. New participants are always welcome and no
experience is necessary.
As we replace older computers at the end of the year,
please think about Sr. Betsy Hartson RSCJ at Living
Wages in SE Washington, DC. Sr. Betsy needs gently
used laptop computers with all attachments and power
cords for her older students who are working for
their high school diplomas. If you have one that you can
donate, please leave it at the Parish Office.
St. Bart's High School Youth Group meets weekly to
play sports, watch movies, and learn more about the
Faith. All high school students welcome! E-mail Fr. Tim
at [email protected] to join the listserv.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Catholic Volunteer Network (based in Takoma Park, MD) is
looking for part-time volunteers to provide assistance with
mailings, data entry, and volunteer support. This is an exciting
opportunity to be a part of our national efforts to support
volunteers and missionaries serving with 200+ programs. For
more info., contact Katie Mulembe at301-270-0900 ext. 14. or
[email protected]
FOR YOUNG ADULT CATHOLICS - Epiphany Party at St.
Catherine Labouré Church, Saturday, Jan. 9, 7:00 pm Midnight. Mingle with local Catholics and enjoy a delicious
Greek dinner, dancing and DJ, and more. Send $21 donation to
SLS Dance, St. Catherine Labouré, 11801 Claridge Rd.,
Wheaton, MD 20902. ($25 at the door.) For info. email
[email protected]
FREE B
P
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Y
A
! If you graduated from St.
Bartholomew between 2010 and 2015, come join
other young alumni for a FREE afternoon of pizza, bowling, and
fun! St. Bartholomew is picking up the whole bill!
Fr. Dan Leary will team up with Kathleen Beckman, L.H.S., radio
show host, author, and Co-founder and President of the
Foundation of Prayer for Priests for a Women’s Day of
Reflection at Saint Andrew Apostle Catholic Church in
Silver Spring on Saturday, January 16, from 8:30 am - 4:00
pm. Cost is $20. Please visit the Saint Andrew’s website
at http://standrewapostle.org/day-of-reflection-2016/ for
registration and information.
During the event, we will chat with recent alumni about their
academic experiences at St. Bart and their preparation for
the rigors of high school. All you have to do is join your old
classmates, grab a slice of pizza, and come on out. Event:
FREE bowling and pizza for St. Bartholomew School Young
Alumni (classes of 2010-2015). When: Sunday, January 10
(3:00 – 4:30 PM). Where: Bowlmor Bethesda (5353 Westbard
Ave. Bethesda, MD 20816) Please email Principal Stephen
Lamont ([email protected]) to RSVP or for more
information.
Introductory classes on the Billings Ovulation Method of
Natural Family Planning will be offered Tuesday, January 5
and Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 8 PM in the Library of Our
Lady of Lourdes School, 7500 Pearl Street, Bethesda,. Parking
is available in the church lot across from the school. Enter via
the handicap walk to the right of the Rectory entrance. There
is no fee for this class but a one time donation of $ 25.00 is
welcome. Follow-up appointments are arranged individually and
are available as long as needed to understand and follow the
Billings Method. Call 301-897-9323 to reserve a place.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
DECEMBER 27, 2015
FELIZ AÑO NUEVO
LA SAGRADA FAMILIA
27 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2015
Hemos celebrado la Navidad y este último domingo del
año celebramos la fiesta de la Sagrada Familia formada
por Jesús, María y José. El Evangelio, nos presenta a José
y María en un momento concreto de la vida de la Sagrada
Familia: el Niño perdido y hallado en el templo. En este
pasaje hay una revelación grandiosa, el reclamo de los
padres que tienen por misión cuidar al Niño y la revelación
por parte del Niño de la existencia del verdadero Padre:
¿No sabían que debo ocuparme de las cosas de mi Padre?
Sin embargo, así como María y José se colocan en plena
obediencia a la voluntad de Dios, el Niño Jesús, ya de
doce años se coloca en plena obediencia a la autoridad de
sus padres, José y María. En este pasaje de las Sagradas
Escrituras, la familia de Nazaret deja una lección a todas
las generaciones: que los padres son para los hijos y lo
más importante para su educación. Enseñarles con la
propia vida a vivir con fe en el propio hogar, con la propia
lucha, en los gozos y fatigas de cada día. Crear aquella
atmósfera de sincero amor a Dios, donde puedan crecer
como creció Jesús junto a María y José. Hoy nos lo resume
el Evangelio así: Y Jesús iba creciendo en sabiduría, en
estatura y en gracia ante Dios y los hombres. Se trata de
procurar ese clima de fe, en el que un día aquel niño,
aquel adolescente, aquella chica: « ¿y qué querrá Dios de
mí?...». Para poder entender por sí mismo, desde sus
cualidades y los sentimientos más nobles que broten de su
corazón, las señales de Dios, y descubrir así el camino de
su propia felicidad.
PAGINA WEB DE SAN BARTOLOME
http://www.stbartholomew.org – Ver Comunidad Hispana
MISA DIARIA Y EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTISIMO
Lunes-sábado
Exposición del Santísimo a las 7:30 y Misa 8:00 a.m.
La adoración es entrar con la profundidad de nuestro
corazón en comunión con el Señor que se hace presente
corporalmente en la Eucaristía. Vengamos a adorarle.
CONFESIONES
Domingos: 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. en español
El Señor los espera siempre, en especial todos los
domingos.
REZO DEL SANTO ROSARIO
Domingos a las 5:30PM, antes de la Misa de las 6:00PM.
EL SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO
Para mayor información, favor llamar al Diácono Julio al
teléfono 703-821-1654. [email protected]
PREPARACION PARA EL MATRIMONIO
El programa de preparación para este Sacramento
comienza con seis meses de anticipación a la fecha de la
boda. El Diácono Julio ofrece preparación matrimonial en
español y en inglés.
Información: [email protected] Tel: 703-821-1654
INFORMACION PARA EL BOLETIN
La fecha límite es el día domingo anterior a la publicación
del mismo.
Contactar a
Rafael Espinosa.
[email protected]
A la gran familia de San Bartolomé, nuestros deseos
porque el 2016 sea un año pleno de felicidad, donde las
aspiraciones de paz, salud, trabajo y bienestar familiar se
hagan realidad día a día a la luz del amor y la verdad de
Cristo nuestro Señor.
MARIA, MADRE DE DIOS, 1 DE ENERO DE 2016
“Desde un comienzo la Iglesia enseña que en Cristo hay
una sola persona, la segunda persona de la Santísima
Trinidad. María no es sólo madre de la naturaleza, del
cuerpo, pero también de la persona quien es Dios desde
toda la eternidad. Cuando María dio a luz a Jesús, dio a
luz en el tiempo a quien desde toda la eternidad era Dios.
Así como toda madre humana, no es solamente madre del
cuerpo humano sino de la persona, así María dio a luz a
una persona, Jesucristo, quien es ambos, Dios y hombre,
entonces Ella es la Madre de Dios" -Concilio de Éfeso
HORARIO DE MISAS
Santa Maria Madre de Dios, Viernes 1 de enero
(Dia de obligación)
5:00 pm Vigilia, Jueves 31 de diciembre
10:00 am and 12:00 noon Viernes 1 de enero
CORO PARA LA MISA DOMINICAL
Cada año, jóvenes que eran parte del coro se van por
estudios o de regreso a sus países. Por esta razón el Coro
de la Juventud necesita talentos nuevos. Para inscribirte
en el coro, por favor comunícate con Carola Sarmiento,
301-560-4757 o habla con ella después de la Misa.
MINISTERIO DE SAN ESTEBAN
Bajo supervisión directa de Padre Mark Knestout, éste
es un ministerio de cuidado pastoral de carácter
continuo: Los ministros de San Esteban son miembros de
la parroquia, intensamente entrenados para el cuidado de
personas que están pasando por el proceso de una
pérdida, viviendo momentos difíciles o experimentando
asuntos del pasado sin resolver… Contamos con siete
ministros que hablan español. Para información, llamen al
Diácono Julio Blanco-Eccleston, tanto para recibir apoyo
como para involucrarse en el ministerio. Tel: 703-8211654; [email protected]
MINISTERIO HISPANO DE SAN BARTOLOME
Como comunidad cristiana de fe, buscamos acercarnos
más a Dios a través de la celebración de los sacramentos,
la evangelización, la oración y nuestra solidaridad con los
necesitados. Fortalecidos con la fuerza del Espíritu Santo
avanzamos proclamando la Buena Nueva: la salvación en
Cristo Jesús. Poniendo al servicio de todos, nuestro
tiempo, talentos y tesoro; con palabras y obras, debemos
esforzarnos para ser la luz para el mundo. Nuestro
profundo agradecimiento a todos los miembros del Comité
Hispano y servidores de la comunidad, por su dedicación,
apoyo y entrega al servicio de nuestra iglesia durante este
año. Pedimos al Señor sus bendiciones para que nuestra
comunidad hispana se mantenga vibrante y fiel a la
voluntad del Señor.
VOLUNTARIOS
Los programas y ministerios de la comunidad hispana de
San Bartolomé son realizados por voluntarios que
comparten su talento, tiempo y energía a servir a la
comunidad. Si usted está interesado en servir en algún
ministerio, por favor hablar con Hernán Oyarzabal:
[email protected]
THE HOLY FAMILY OF JESUS, MARY AND JOSEPH
St. Bartholomew Parish Office
6902 River Road, Bethesda, Md. 20817
Tel: 301-229-7933 ♦ Fax: 301-229-7998
♦ www.stbartholomew.org ♦
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
[email protected]
Baptisms—3rd Sunday of the month, appointment only. Parents are obliged to take a
brief class related to the Sacrament prior to the Baptism. Class is held 1st Wednesday
of the month. Registration is required. Call the Parish Office for more information.
Weddings—Please contact one of the priests at least 6 months prior to anticipated
wedding date. Pre-Cana and instruction are required.
Sacrament of Reconciliation—Saturday, following 8.00 a.m. Mass, and 3:30-4:30
p.m.; Sunday, 5:15-5:45 p.m. (Español), or by appointment.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) - The process of becoming a Catholic
Christian. Call the Parish Office for information.
Adult Choir—Weekly rehearsals on Wednesday, 8:00-10:00 p.m. Choir sings every
Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Mass.
Pastoral Care of the Sick and Homebound—Please notify the Rectory Office if you
know of any parishioner who is sick or homebound and who would like to receive
Holy Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick so that we can arrange to take him/her the
Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick.
Note to New Parishioners—We extend to you a warm welcome from our Parish
Community and encourage you to become active, involved members of the parish.
Please obtain a registration form from the parish office, or from the Church vestibule.
Please Note: Bulletin notices must be received no later than 12 Noon on the
Monday prior to the desired weekend of publishing.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW ORGANIZATIONS/MINISTRIES
Pastoral Council
Finance Committee
Altar Servers
Monaguillos/Hisp. Coord.
Bartholomew House
Busy Men at Work Group
CYO
Children’s Liturgy
Choir
Church Guild
Eucharistic Ministers
Ministros Eucarísticos
Gabriel Network
Home and School Assn.
Hospitality & New In the Pew
Ignatian Volunteer Corps
Knights of Columbus
Lectors/Liturgy Committee
Lectores
Hispanic Liturgy
Prayer Chain
Respect for Life
Sick and Homebound
Social Concerns
Sodality
Stephen Ministry
Ushers
Ujieres
Wedding Coordinator
Youth Minister
Judy Arcidiacono (Chair) ................... 301-461-1893
Hernan Oyarzabal (Hisp. Rep.) .......... 202-714-7622
Valeria Conde (Hisp. Rep.) ................ 301-340-8227
Paul Johnson (Chair) .......................... 301-320-4632
Roberto Garcia-Lopez (Hisp. Rep.).... 301-469-8482
Richard Elliott .................................... 202-686-0263
Jesus Manuel Berard, Ph.D. ............... 631-793-2005
Joe Hanle, Dir .................................... 301-320-6151
Jesus Manuel Berard, Ph.D. ............... 631-793-2005
Tom Serena ........................................ 301-320-0578
Diana Carter ....................................... 301-229-5117
Valeria Conde (Hisp.Coord.) ............. 301-340-8227
Carole Wysocki (Director) ................. 301-717-8850
Maria El-Khouri ................................. 301-897-9005
Ann Kennedy ..................................... 301-367-5988
Selma deLeon .................................... 301-229-6591
Jennifer Bautista ................................ 301-793-1899
Bonnie Perkins ................................... 301-299-8091
Nancy Brouillard McKenzie .............. 301-229-1071
John Vivian ........................................ 301-461-3597
AnneMarie Economopoulos............... 301-365-1233
Hernan Oyarzabal .............................. 202-714-7622
Susan Schill ....................................... 301-469-4973
Contact Rectory ................................. 301-229-7933
Tom Carty .......................................... 301-587-8860
Sally Aitken ....................................... 301-365-4719
Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston .......... 703-821-1654
Theresa Kowal ................................... 301-320-8876
Mary Ann Chalfant ............................ 301-299-3739
Maria Kaufmann ................................ 240-468-9896