March 27, 2016

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March 27, 2016
1738 W. University Ave, Gainesville, FL 32603-1839
WEEK OF
March 27, 2016
catholicgators.org | (352) 372-3533 | Fax (352) 378-9010
Parish Office Hours : M-F 10am-5pm
Home of the
Easter Sunday of the resurrection of the lord
MASS TIMES
Sunday
9:00am Family Mass
11:30am
1:30pm (Spanish)
5:30pm
7:30pm
Mon.-Fri.
12:00pm | 5:30pm
Saturday
5:30pm Vigil
LITURGY OF THE HOURS
Vespers:
M-F 5:00pm
Sun 4:45pm
RECONCILIATION:
M-F 4:30pm-5:20pm
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
6:00-7:00pm
4:30-5:20pm
8:15-9:15am
FIRST FRIDAY:
5:30pm Mass of the Sacred Heart
and Eucharistic Adoration
ROSARY:
Monday-Friday 11:25am
Welcome
New Members:
To be a member of our parish requires registration and participation in worship, sacraments, the life
of the parish, and regular financial
support of the parish. This is a basic
consideration when requesting
marriage, baptism, or to act as a
godparent/sponsor. Register in the
front office or on-line.
A PRAYER FOR EASTER
“Tis the spring of souls today;
Christ has burst his prison,
And from three days’ sleep in death
As a sun hath risen;
All the winter of our sins,
Long and dark, is flying
From his light, to whom we give
laud and praise undying.
“Alleluia!” with the Son,
God the Father praising,
“Alleluia!” yet again
to the Spirit raising.
- St. John Damascene
Mass Intentions AND SCRIPTURE READINGS
FOR THE WEEK OF march 27, 2016
Parish CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK
Sunday, March 27- Easter Sunday
2:30pm Cafecito
The Tabernacle Candle is being sponsored this week
in thanksgiving by Emma Labrador.
The deceased are indicated by a cross in front of their names.
Masses said for the living are for their special intentions.
Sunday, March 27 - Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
Acts 10:34a, 37-43 | Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8 | Jn 20:1-9 or Lk 24:1-12
9:00am
Gabriella Borbas by her daughter
11:30am
For the parish
1:30pm
Santa Barbara by Jose Lugo
5:30pm
 Frank E. Maloney by Betsy Hurst
7:30pm
NO MASS!
Monday, March 28 - Monday within the Octave of Easter
Acts 2:14, 22-33 | Mt 28:8-15
12:00pm
Marisol Chiriboga (for health) by Angela and Hugo Chiriboga
5:30pm
Tuesday, March 29 - Tuesday within the Octave of Easter
Acts 2:36-41 | Jn 20:11-18
12:00pm
Souls in purgatory by Freddy Rojas
5:30pm
Wednesday, March 30 - Wednesday within the Octave of Easter
Acts 3:1-10 | Lk 24:13-35
12:00pm
5:30pm
Thursday, March 31 - Thursday within the Octave of Easter
Acts 3:11-26 | Lk 24:35-48
12:00pm
For St. Augustine Parish and CSC, friends, alumni and benefactors
5:30pm
Friday, April 1 - Friday within the Octave of Easter (1st Friday)
Acts 4:1-12 | Jn 21:1-14
12:00pm
5:30pm
Saturday, April 2 - Saturday within the Octave of Easter
Acts 4:13-21 | Mk 16:9-15
5:30pm
Monday,
7:30am
6:00pm
7:00pm
7:00pm
March 28 - Easter Holiday - office closed today!
Men’s Book Group
Exposition and Holy Hour
Hispanic Charismatic Prayer
Metlock Pen Pals
Tuesday, March 29
4:30pm Student Choir rehearsal
6:15pm Newman Club Dinner
Wednesday, March 30
12:45pm Sacred Heart Devotion
4:30pm Confession and Exposition
6:15pm Adult Confirmation
7:00pm Middle School Religious Education
7:00pm Choir rehearsal
7:00pm Cursillo
9:30pm Ministry Formation
Thursday, March 31
6:15pm CSF
7:00pm Spanish Bible Study
7:30pm Spanish Choir rehearsal
Friday, April 1
8:15am Exposition and Holy Hour
2:00pm Wedding rehearsal
4:00pm F.I.R.E. Retreat Check-In
6:00pm First Friday Holy Hour
Saturday, April 2
6:00am Rosario de Aurora
10:00am Baptism Prep Class
2:30pm Wedding
5:30pm Saturday Vigil Mass
The Catholic
Student Center
St. Augustine Church
Clergy & Staff Members
Pastor
Father Marek Dzien
Parochial Vicar
Father Anthony Eseke
Seminarian
Wilson Colmenares
Administrative Assistant to the Pastor
Gail Fitzsimmons
RCIA & Young Adult Ministry Coordinator
Sabrina Sy
Liturgy & Music Director
Doug Ghizzoni
Religious Education Coordinator
Anne Vieira
Hispanic RCIA Coordinator
Sr. Teresa Gomez, HMSS
Facilities & Operations Manager
Mary T. Wise
Bookkeeper
Sara Geiser
Parish Secretary, Bulletin Editor
Julie Schilling
Housekeeping
Rosa Nakamatsu
Director of the Catholic Student Center
Father David Ruchinski
RCIA
Contact Sabrina Sy at [email protected]
SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION
Call the office for information on First Reconciliation/First Communion, High School Confirmation, & Adult Confirmation preparation.
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Campus Ministers
Couples should meet with a priest at least eight (8) months prior to the
wedding. We follow the requirements of the Diocese of St. Augustine in
our marriage preparation program. Contact Gail Fitzsimmons at
Ext. 113 or [email protected]
Ashley D’Emo | Sandra DeTeresa
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptism Preparation is required and both parents should attend our
monthly preparation class and coordinate with the parish secretary.
Please call the parish office to arrange for Baptism and preparation,
preferably before the baby’s birth.
Daniel Conigliaro, Campus Ministry Assistant
FOCUS Missionaries (Fellowship of Catholic University Students}
Katelyn Miller | Ariadna Ruiz | Nolan Schmidt | Joseph West
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WEEK OF
March 27, 2016
Around the parish
We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.
Saint John Paul II, Pope
Our Easter flowers were placed by
JOYCE AND DAN TRUNK
In Thanksgiving
ABIGAIL LEE SMALLWOOD, BERNADETTE LEE TYLER,
KC, JOHN AND ANTHONY LEE
In honor of Tessie Lee
THERESA AND BILL VERNETSON
In honor of Mary Vernetson
In memory of Mary and Leonard Blankner
In memory of Anne Crawford
In memory of Leo E. Vincent
In memory of William George Vernetson
TONY AND CINDY PALMIERI
In honor of the Palmieri Family
In honor of the Dunn Family
TIM WALSH
In honor of Joseph R. Walsh, Jr.
TERESA GLASER
In honor of Charles V. Maglione
DORIS CALAIS AND DONNA WOLCOTT
In honor of Clifford Calais
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Stewardship in the
parish and the diocese
Easter Sunday of the
resurrection of the lord
Stewardship
Masses on March 26-27, 2016
Easter Sunday
Collection totals were not available
at press time.
See next week’s bulletin for figures.
Courtesy of: www.catholiccompany.com
STEWARDSHIP SPOTLIGHT - EASTER SUNDAY
He is Risen! That is our acclamation for Easter. As St. Paul said, without the resurrection, our
faith is hopeless and meaningless (1 Cor 15:14). Jesus’ resurrection from death is the promise of our
eternal life. This is truly a joyous, beautiful, and wonderful day.
Lest we get too caught up in Easter baskets, Easter eggs, Easter bunnies, and bright spring
clothes, let’s remember that Easter only makes sense in the context of the Paschal Mystery celebrated
in the Triduum, beginning with Holy Thursday, moving through Good Friday, and culminating with
the first celebration of the resurrection at the Easter Vigil. Without the empty tomb the cross is just a
device of punishment, and without the cross there would be no empty tomb. The suffering and death
of Jesus are inseparably linked to his resurrection. Jesus gave of himself completely to the Father’s
will, even dying on a cross for our sins, and then he was raised from death to return to the Father.
Jesus did this for us because he loves us. However, his death and resurrection are more than
a one-time event. He modeled how we are called to live our lives. We are called to sacrifice our wills,
our lives, to the Father’s will, just like he did. “Whoever does not carry his own cross and come after
me cannot be my disciple.” (Lk 14:27). “Amen, amen, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls to the
ground and dies, it remains just a grain of wheat, but if it dies, it produces much fruit.” (Jn 12:24).
We are stewards of the joyful Easter message that Christ is risen and that we are offered eternal life in him. After the candy is gone, let’s get back to knowing the Father’s will in our lives and living it for all the world to see. Do our lives shine this Easter message to all who know us? Are we
Easter people?
Paul Gulig,
Chair of Stewardship Committee
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Catholic student
center and parish
WEEK OF
March 27, 2016
Message of mercy for march
From the Office for Vocations
A quote from scripture…
March 27, 2016 - Easter Sunday
Ephesians 2:4-7 - “But God, who is rich in mercy, because of the great love he had for us, even when we were
dead in our transgressions, brought us to life with Christ
(by grace you have been saved), raised us up with him,
and seated us with him in the heavens in Christ Jesus,
that in the ages to come he might show the immeasurable riches of his grace in his kindness to us in Christ Jesus.”
What stones are being moved away so you can be a minister of the Gospel? Consider inviting someone to be a sister,
brother, priest, or deacon. Spread the good news: “Jesus is
risen!” (John 20:1-9). If you have a question about a vocation to the priesthood or religious life, contact Father David Ruchinski, Vocation Director, at (904) 262-3200 ext.
101, or email [email protected]
Carta a los Efesios 2:4-7 - “Pero Dios, que es rico en misericordia, por el gran amor con que nos amo, precisamente cuando estabamos muertos a causa de nuestros
pecados, nos hizo revivir con Cristo ustedes han sido
salvados gratuitamente, y con Cristo Jesus nos resucito y
nos hizo reinar con el en el cielo. Así, Dios ha querido
demostrar a los tiempos futuros la inmensa riqueza de
su gracia por el amor que nos tiene en Cristo Jesus.”
From the Justice and Peace Commission
“Let us accept the grace of Christ’s Resurrection! Let us be
renewed by God’s mercy...and let us become agents of this
mercy, channels through which God can water the earth,
protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.”
- Pope Francis, Urbi et Orbi, Easter 2013
F.I.R.E.
(Faith In Receiving the Eucharist) Retreat
The F.I.R.E. Retreat is our Eucharistic
centered retreat. F.I.R.E. occurs each Spring semester over a weekend. During this retreat
there are many talks and witnesses given. Eucharistic adoration is the center of this retreat,
participants are invited to sign up for an hour
of adoration and spend time with Jesus in the
Eucharist. Normally there are religious sisters
and/or brothers on the retreat who give talks,
spend time with students, and pray for the retreat. One of the most powerful aspects of the
retreat is the Eucharistic procession (pictured).
This retreat is a great way for students to grow
in their relationship with Christ!
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Easter Sunday of the
resurrection of the lord
Miinisterio hispano
Cursillo de Cristiandad
Cursillo, en espanol quiere decir “curso pequeno” o
“corto.” Es de tres días para hombres y mujeres de
cualquier edad. ¿Deseas tener un encuentro real con
Cristo? Es una experiencia maravillosa. ¿Deseas ser
parte de una comunidad Cristiana comenzando desde
tu propio hogar?
No olviden de Reservar en su calendario la fecha del
Encuentro Regional que es:
Abril 22 y 23 del 2016 y esta Diocesis es la coordinadora de este evento.
Y los proximos Cursillos de este ano son:
Octubre 13 al 16 Hombres 2016 #119
Octubre 20 al 23 Mujeres 2016 #118
Para mayor informacion comunicarse con: Awilda
Merced (787) 448-7968 o Angela Chiriboga (352) 331
-7616.
Cantar es Orar Dos Veces
Nuestro coro - sigue creciendo y otorgando a la Misa
en espanol la musica que mas nos acerca a Dios. Siempre se buscan y desean nuevos miembros. Si quiere
unirse al coro, por favor comuníquese con Doug Ghizzoni. El coro ensaya a las 12:30 p.m. cada domingo en
la biblioteca de la iglesia.
Cafecito y dulces
Se les invita a pasar al salon de la iglesia cada domingo
despues de la Misa de la 1:30 p.m. para compartir
amistad y cafecito. Vengan y conozcan mejor a sus hermanos en Cristo. Si desean, pueden traer donaciones
de galletas o bebidas.
Círculo de Oración Carismática
El Círculo de Oracion Carismatica en espanol se reune
todos los lunes a las 7 p.m. en la iglesia para orar, leer
la biblia, y alabar al Senor con canticos. No necesitan
inscribirse. Los esperamos. Para mayor informacion,
llamen a Wilson Colmenares (561) 260-3422.
Adoración del Santisimo
Adoracion esta ofrecido el tercer jueves de cada mes
en la parroquía.
Courtesy of: japinai.aprenderapensar.net
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The Parish, Catholic
Schools, greater
Gainesville and the diocese
St. Augustine
+
Burkina Faso
WEEK OF
March 27, 2016
On April 9 our parish will participate in this exciting
program. You can help in any of three ways:
St. A’s reaches
across the ocean on
April 9th.
1. Volunteer to package the food from 10 a.m.-noon
on Saturday, April 9, in the church lounge,
2. Donate funds to pay for the food and development
programs, such as teaching innovative farming
methods, cloth making, and poultry raising, and/or
While we are called to help feed the poor in our own 3. Join our support team to set up and clean up for the
community, we also have the duty to treat people in
April 9 event (8:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.).
other lands as neighbors. As the Catechism tells us,
“Rich nations have a grave moral responsibility toward To volunteer to set up or clean up contact Bill or
those which are unable to ensure the means of their de- Maureen at [email protected]
velopment by themselves… It is a duty in solidarity and To register or donate go to: crs.donordrive.com/
charity….” (paragraph 2439)
event/staug. You can also donate by dropping a check
Helping Hands, a program sponsored by Catholic Relief off at the parish office or in the collection during Mass,
Services and Stop Hunger Now, aims not only to ease payable to the parish and with “Helping Hands” in the
suffering by providing food to the people of Burkina memo line at the bottom of the check. Still another way
Faso but also to teach and train them to support them- to donate is to use a new E-Giving option for Helping
selves for the long term. The video www.youtube.com/ Hands (under Parish Special Collections).
watch?v=_U32jktNI2Y shows why this event is a response to our Christian calling.
St. Patrick School
Employment Opportunities for the
2016-2017 school year
2016 EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS REVIEW
If you missed the Eucharistic Congress last
weekend you can see a review by visiting
floridaeucharistic.org/ec-2016-review/
*Full time ESE teacher for Kindergarten
through 4th grade
*Part time Middle School Spanish
teacher
*Part time Middle School technology
teacher
Knight’s Corner
Want to Join the Knights?
Please inquire by emailing Frank Mackristis at
[email protected]
the St. Vincent de Paul Society
Yes, Our St. A’s parish has its own Knights of Columbus
Council and you can become a member if you are a practicing Catholic male over 18 years old. Please contact our
Grand Knight, Bradley Nartowt at [email protected]
March 27 – Easter Sunday
GRAPHIC IMAGES
Today, as we celebrate the Feast of Easter, we
find the challenge of also seeing and believing
the resurrection that comes through our own
lives of self-sacrifice, which brings new life to
others. Through your gifts, the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul was able to show the love of the Risen
Christ by bringing the mercy of Jesus into the hearts of the
poor, by assisting families with their utility bills and rent
and providing 234 lbs. of food to the community. Thank
you and God bless!
The graphic image on the cover of this bulletin
is courtesy of: pixshark.com
Alleluia!!
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Alleluia!!
Alleluia!!

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