Jan 24, 2016 - St. Mary`s Parish Albany

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Jan 24, 2016 - St. Mary`s Parish Albany
January 24th, 2016
24 de Enero 2016
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
St. Mary’s Parish
El espíritu del Señor está sobre mi,
because he has anointed me
porque me ha ungido
to bring glad tidings to the poor.
para llevar a los pobres la buena
nueva.
— Luke 4:18a
— Lucas 4:18a
Mass Schedule and Intentions
January 23 - 29
Saturday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Doug Wainwright
Saturday
5:00 PM ~ Memory of Brian Bieler
Saturday
7:00 PM ~ Memory of Salome Hernandez Rojas
Memory of Guadalupe Salinas
Hernandes
Sunday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Esther Barnardo
Sunday
11:00 AM ~ Memory of Eugene Borthwick
Sunday
1:00 PM ~ For the Poor Souls in Purgatory
For the People of St. Mary’s
Monday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of John Bachmeier
Tuesday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Nicole Leeper
Wednesday 8:30 AM ~ Memory of Alice Hamilton
Wednesday 5:30 PM ~ Memory of Frosty Hamilton
Thursday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Vincent Falconio
Friday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Chuck Slechta
Friday
7:00 PM ~ For All Those in Need of Healing
January 30 - 31
Saturday
8:30 AM ~ Intention for Greg Foixx and Family
Saturday
5:00 PM ~ Memory of Francis Benson
Saturday
7:00 PM ~
Sunday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Gloria Weber
Sunday
11:00 AM ~ Memory of Steve Austin
Sunday
1:00 PM ~ For the People of St. Mary’s
Mass Intentions & Memorial Candles
If you would like to have a Mass offered for a particular
Intention or for someone who has died, or if you would like to
dedicate a candle to an intention or a loved one, please call the
parish office. The stipend for the Mass is $10. The candles are
$30 for 1 month, $60 for 6 months, or $90 for one year. Our
office staff will help you find an open date and time for a Mass,
or available candles for dedications.
Proclamation of the word. As was Jesus’ custom, he went to the synagogue on a Sabbath day.
He was given the scroll to read and found the passage from Isaiah. He proclaimed the word.
After he has done proclaiming the word, he told those in attendance that the word they heard
is actually made flesh. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, Jesus is bringing glad tidings to
the poor, announcing freedom to the slaves, recovery of sight to the blind, help to the
oppressed and proclaiming a year acceptable to the Lord.
Jesus’ proclamation of the word is not different from any one who proclaims the word in the
synagogue except for one thing. Jesus is the Word made flesh.
Jesus is not the spoken word but the flesh of the spoken word. If mercy and love are words,
then Jesus is the face of mercy and love. Jesus is mercy and love.
In the synagogue he did not just proclaim mercy and love. He made mercy and love come to
real life because he is mercy and love. Mercy and love are exactly what Jesus did to the
people given to him by the Father.
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The ministry of lectors. Lectors are proclaimers of the word. They do the ministry of the word inspired by Jesus’
example. Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit. Through the Holy Spirit, he makes God’s blessing overflowing to those
who are in need of them.
Lectors are empowered by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the word and make God’s blessing present to all.
It is understood that lectors understand the peculiarity of their ministry. Because their ministry is very special,
they must be constantly reflecting on the Scriptures. By constantly reading and reflecting on the Scriptures, they become
one and united with Christ and they can not only proclaim the word in speech but also proclaim the word in action.
All of us are called to be proclaimers of the word. Sharing in the prophetic and priestly offices of Christ, we are
enjoined to always read and proclaim and pray the Scripture.
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Year of Mercy. The Year of Mercy also encourages us to contemplate on the Scripture. Reading and reflecting
upon the Scriptures, especially the New Testament, we become aware of the Jesus event.
Lectio Divina is a beautiful vehicle to contemplate on the Scripture. Lectio Divina gives us an opportunity to go
deeper to the Word and to examine ourselves and our faith life. Lectio Divina will allow us to discover or rediscover the
mercy and love of God.
Lectio Divina is a simple spiritual exercise of reading and prayer. It can be as simple as choosing to read the
readings for the weekend (or maybe a personal choice). Then sit down with the text. Read it slow and pray with it. And
relate it to your daily life, your challenges, your joys, your blessings. Then close every reflection with the Lord’s Prayer.
To make your Lectio Divina ‘worth it’, plan to make a course of action and get the plan done.
La Proclamación de la palabra. Como era de costumbre Jesús, fue a la sinagoga en un día de reposo. Se le dio el
libro a leer y encontró el pasaje de Isaías. Proclamó la palabra. Después de haber hecho la proclamación de la palabra, le
dijo a los asistentes que la palabra que escucharon en realidad está hecho carne. A través del poder del Espíritu Santo,
Jesús estába trayendo buenas nuevas a los pobres, anunciar la libertad a los esclavos, la recuperación de la vista a los
ciegos, ayudar a los oprimidos y proclamar un año de gracia del Señor.
La Proclamación de la palabra de Jesús no es diferente de cualquiera que proclama la palabra en la sinagoga,
excepto por una cosa. Jesús es la Palabra hecha carne.
Jesús no es la palabra hablada pero la carne de la palabra hablada. Si la misericordia y el amor son palabras,
entonces Jesús es el rostro de la misericordia y el amor. Jesús es la misericordia y el amor.
En la sinagoga El no solamente proclamo la misericordia y el amor. El hizo la misericordia y el amor vinieran a
la vida real, porque él es la misericordia y el amor. La misericordia y el amor es exactamente lo que Jesús hizo a la gente
dado a el por el Padre.
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El ministerio de lectores. Los Lectores son anunciadores de la palabra. Ellos hacen el ministerio de la palabra
inspirada por el ejemplo de Jesús. Jesús estaba lleno del Espíritu Santo. A través del Espíritu Santo, que hace que la
bendición de Dios que desborda a los que están en necesidad de ello.
Los Lectores están facultados por el Espíritu Santo para proclamar la palabra y hacer la bendición de Dios
presente para todos.
Se entiende que los lectores entiendan la peculiaridad de su ministerio. Debido a que su ministerio es muy
especial, deben estar en constante reflexión sobre las Escrituras. A fuerza de leer y reflexionar sobre las Escrituras, se
convierten en uno y unidos con Cristo y que no sólo pueden proclamar la palabra en el discurso sino también
proclamar la palabra en acción.
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Todos nosotros estamos llamados a ser anunciadores de la palabra. Compartiéndo profeticamente y
sacerdotalmente en las oficinas de Cristo, estamos obligados a leer siempre y proclamar y rezar la Escritura.
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Año de la Misericordia. El Año de la Misericordia también nos anima a contemplar la Escritura. Leer y
reflexionar sobre las Escrituras, especialmente el Nuevo Testamento, en donde nos damos cuenta de los hecho
de Jesús.
Lectio Divina es un hermoso guia para contemplar la Escritura. El Lectio Divino nos da la oportunidad
de ir más profundo de la Palabra y examinarnos a nosotros mismos y nuestra vida de fe. El Lectio Divina nos
permitirá descubrir o redescubrir la misericordia y el amor de Dios.
Lectio Divina es un ejercicio espiritual simple de la lectura y la oración. Puede ser tan sencillo como
elegir a leer las lecturas para el fin de semana (o tal vez una elección personal). Haga lo siguiente, siéntase con
el texto. Lea las cosas con calma y reza con él. Y relacionelo con su vida diaria, sus desafíos, sus alegrías, sus
bendiciones. Después, cierre todas las reflexiones con la oración del Señor. Para hacer su Lectio Divina, y que
valga la pena planea en poner el curso en acción y terminarlo.
Today, we will take up the Collection for the Catholic Communication
Campaign (CCC). This collection communicates the Gospel through Catholic
social media activities and enriches our faith through podcasts, television, radio,
and print media. Please be generous in this week’s collection and support this
important work. Remember, half of your donation stays in our Archdiocese to
support local communication needs. The CCC is how we share our experience of
faith, worship, and witness to the world.
Hoy realizaremos la Colecta para la Campaña Católica de la Comunicación (CCC). Esta colecta comunica
el Evangelio a través de actividades en los medios sociales católicos y enriquece nuestra fe a través de los
podcasts, la televisión, la radio y la prensa escrita. Por favor, sean generosos en la colecta de esta semana y den
su apoyo a esta importante labor. Recuerden que la mitad de sus donaciones permanece en nuestra (arqui)
diócesispara financiar las necesidades locales en el campo de la comunicación. A través de la CCC es como
compartimos nuestra experiencia de fe, veneración y testimonio.
5th Sunday Rosary
To help bring families together in a spiritual activity and promote devotion to Mary, the Albany Knights of
Columbus are pleased to announce a new church activity, the 5th Sunday Rosary Program. Knights, their
families and other parishioners are encouraged to pray the rosary as a corporate body every time a 5th Sunday
occurs during in a month. The Knights will lead a decade of the Rosary before each mass NEXT weekend.
Prayer Corner 
Please keep all those who are in the military, or are ill or suffering in your prayers.
For those who are ill or homebound: George & Lee Huster, Paul Williams, Jenny, Jeannette Duncan, Bruce Heilman,
Vonnie Heilman, Mary Pacquin, Betty Ward, Gary Vosper, Clarence Darnell, Annette Hobbs, and those struggling with
cancer and other illnesses or upcoming surgeries
We pray for peace throughout our entire world. We remember our family members and friends who are serving in the
military: Andy Borst, Michael Pennington, Thomas Hellman, Kennon Whyte, Mike Andre, Nathan Nofziger
If you would like to add the name of someone who is serving in the military, please call the office.
For the repose of the souls of all the faithful departed: Carlos Gutierrez
Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal 2016
Next weekend, is Commitment Weekend for the 2016 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal. During Mass we will watch a
video from Archbishop Sample about the Appeal. If you received a personalized commitment card in the mail please
bring it to Mass with you as we join together to support our Catholic Church in western Oregon. If you did not receive
a commitment card in the mail pledge envelopes will be available during Mass.
This next week, please read the Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal materials you received in the Parish Bulletin today and
prayerfully reflect on the level of commitment you will make next weekend.
The Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal provides substantial financial support to essential ministries that support parishes in
our Catholic Church in western Oregon. These programs provide education and faith formation at all levels and
provide a Catholic presence for tens of thousands of people.
When we stop to count our abundant blessings, we are aware of how truly blessed we are. The Archbishop’s Catholic
Appeal is an invitation to share your blessings and support for the Gospel mission here in Western Oregon.
Your pledge is also a sign of your gratitude for God’s generous abundance. While we can never out-do God in
generosity, we are called to join in the mission of the Gospel as we put forth the gifts of life, goodness, and grace
through the sharing of our own blessings from God.
BEST
LENT
EVER
Have you ever had a memorable Lent?
More importantly, have you ever had a life-changing Lent?
Dynamic Catholic invites you to join Matthew Kelly, the Dynamic Catholic Team, and thousands of
people across the country for Best Lent Ever. Based on Matthew’s new bestseller Rediscover Jesus,
this free email program will take you on a 40-day spiritual journey to encounter Jesus - and yourself - in
a deeply personal way. Each day you’ll receive an inspirational email with a short video featuring Matthew and a
member of the Dynamic Catholic Team. Throughout Lent, they will guide you through each of the 40 chapters in
Rediscover Jesus and share simple ways to bring Jesus into your everyday life.
Sign up at: DynamicCatholic.com/Lent
Visit DynamicCatholic.com to see about receiving a free copy of Rediscover Jesus
Please, Would You Share Your Talents?
Por favor, ¿Le gustaría compartir su talento?
If you have any of the following talents:
 Property Maintenance
 Technical Engineering
 Business
 Finance
 Computer Technical Support
We are looking for representation on St. Mary's
Administrative Council. The Council meets about
once a month. They help plan the church budget &
advise on the above topics. If you are willing to
share your talents with us, please speak with Fr. Cit
by calling the office at 541-926-1449. Thank you!
Si usted tiene cualquiera de los siguientes talentos:

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


Mantenimiento de Propiedad
Ingeniería Técnica
Negocio
Finanzas
Soporte Técnico Informática
Estamos en busca de un representante para el Consejo Administrativo de Santa María. El Consejo se reúne una vez al mes. Ellos ayudan
a planificar el presupuesto de la iglesia y asesorar sobre los temas
mencionados anteriormente. Si usted está dispuesto a compartir su
talento con nosotros, por favor hable con el padre Cit o llamando a la
oficina al 541-926-1449. ¡Gracias!
Offertory Update Week Ending 1/17/15
General Collection: $12,069
Building & Maintenance: $85
Raise the Roof: $20
Local Charities: $183
Liturgy Fund: $2
St. Mary’s Education Fund: $65
Hispanic Ministry Collection: $981
Thank you for your support of St. Mary’s Parish through
your prayers, good wishes and gifts of time and money. If
you would like to use envelopes or EFT to make your
donations, please contact the parish office. Thanks!
Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor, Patron of Catholic
Schools, Italy (1226-1274) – Jan 28
Of the Holy Eucharist, St. Thomas Aquinas writes: “No
other sacrament has greater healing power; through it sins
are purged away, virtues are increased, and the soul is
enriched with an abundance of every spiritual gift.”
Please join us for Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament. Adoration is available in the chapel 24 hours
every day. For adoration outside of the 24-hour regular
Thursday schedule, call the office for instructions and to
enlist. Everyone is welcome. Spend as much or as little
time as you can. Thank you for offering our Lord this
special hour. Expect God's blessing, and give Him thanks.
COLLECTING EMPTY EGG CARTONS
LENT IS CLOSING IN FAST!! Please bring in egg cartons
for Religious Ed students to use. We will be collecting
them for use during Lent, but we need quite a few. Bring
them to the parish office Tuesday - Friday, 9-Noon or 14pm. Thank You! We really appreciate your help.
Regis High School Information Day –
“Success is where faith and knowledge meet”. Everyone is
welcome, including Alumni and members of the community. If you are currently a 7th or 8th grader (or parent) that
are making plans for high school, or a high school-aged
student this is especially for you.
January 31, 2016 @ 1 PM in the Student Center, 550
West Regis Street, Stayton
A program will begin at 1 PM with a welcome from Principal Scott Coulter. Student ambassadors will lead campus
tours, followed by an activity fair and opportunities to learn
more about tuition assistance. Meet the teachers, students,
parents, administrators and learn about academics, athletics,
fine and performing arts, service and leadership, faith-based
learning, and financial aid. Enjoy refreshments and learn
how to enroll at Regis now.
For more information, call 503-769-2159 or go to website
@ www.regishighschool.net
Please join us to see what excellent opportunities await you
at Regis!
Pray One! Knit One!
The next Prayer Shawl meeting for St. Mary's women will
be on Monday, January 25 at 9:30a to 11:00a in the
basement meeting room of the Lady of Guadalupe
House. The meeting will adjourn with a no-host luncheon
outing. Meetings for Prayer Shawl occur every 2nd and 4th
Monday of the month and anyone interested in the works of
this ministry are welcome. More information is available
by contracting Carol Hawke at 541-926-2106 or email
[email protected]
I Can! You Can! We Can!
As our parish is enjoined to the Holy Father’s call to help
Feed the Hungry during this Jubilee Year of Mercy, our
entire community will be collecting canned foods and other
non-perishables during lent this year. Sunday Jan 24 will be
our informational “Kick Off” to introduce a great way for
everyone to encounter Gods Mercy. Look for the “40 Cans
for Lent” sign in the Gathering Space on Jan 24th.
Sponsored by the youth of St Mary’s and the Knights of
Columbus.
Knights of Columbus Albany
Cordially invites you to
“Feast then Fast”
Spirit
Mountain
“Fat Tuesday Fun Bus”
Invite a Friend and Have Fun
Tickets: $10 per person
Casino Fun and Oregon’s Largest Buffet the “Cedar
Plank”
Reserve Early (Limited Seating) Reservations
Confirmed Upon Payment (No Refunds)
Tuesday February 9
All Aboard 9am (Return 5pm)
Curbside Service at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Albany,
OR
Handicap Accessible (2 wheelchairs in coach)
Checks payable to Knights of Columbus may be dropped
off at the Parish Office or in the
collection (Use Separate Envelope marked “KofC Fat
Tuesday Fun Bus”)
Please R.S.V.P. by Feb 5 to
Mike Woody
[email protected] or
call (541) 905-5009
YOUTH MINISTRY ~ MINISTERIO DE JOVENES
Thank you!
¡Gracias!
Thank you to our parents,
sponsors and parish for
your prayers while we
were on retreat last
weekend! We’d especially like to thank those who
transported our luggage,
retreat supplies and
Confirmation Retreat ~ Retiro para los de la Confirmación 2016
chaperoned the bus; our
Not shown are Tom Barnes and Karsten Kristiansen who prepared delicious meals
dedicated and enthusiastic
for us and adult leaders LeAnn Headrick and Stephanie Ottusch.
team of adult leaders; our
amazing and inspiring youth leaders; those who shopped and prepared our delicious meals; the priests
who celebrated Reconciliation and Mass with us; our talented musicians who provided music for the Mass;
those who joined us Sunday to help with clean-up and packing; the staff at Father Bernard Youth Center;
and Fr. Cit and Fr. Leonard for their prayers and support of our youth!
THANK YOU ALL! ¡GRACIAS! WE APPRECIATE YOU SO MUCH!
Catholic Daughters
National Education Contest
Detailed Information, rules and contest entry
forms are available on the youth bulletin
board. Share your imagination, creativity,
thoughts and ideas with others!
All youth, grades 4-12, are invited to enter!
El Concurso Nacional de las hijas Católicas
La información detallada, las normas y los formularios de
inscripción del concurso están disponibles en el tablón de
anuncios para Jóvenes. Comparte tu imaginacion, creatividad, pensamientos e ideas con los demás!
Todos los Jóvenes del grado 4-12
están invitados a participar!
Youth Ministry Happenings ~ Eventos del Ministerio juvenil
1/24
Confirmacion (en Español), 11:30 am–12:45 pm
Confirmation (Eng), 6:30-8:00 pm. Doors open at 6:20 pm.
High School Youth Group, 6:30-8:00 pm, Youth Loft
Middle School Youth Group, 6:30-8:00 pm, St. John XXIII Rm.
1/27
Teen Praise & Worship Team Practice (PWT), 6:00-7:00 pm, church
1/30-31 Youth Volunteer Opportunity, 10 youth needed for each Mass to help
distribute and collect envelopes for the Archbishop’s appeal
.
2/02
MS & HS Parent & Youth Event with Jason Evert, world renowned
speaker on Chastity. If you need a ride, permission forms are due by Sunday, Jan. 24th.
Meet in the church parking lot at 5:20 pm. We will depart for St. Edward, Keizer at 5:30 pm.
Pizza provided. There will be separate youth & parent sessions. All MS & HS parents & youth
are encouraged to attend! Information is available on the youth bulletin board
Para mas informacion favor de contactar la oficina del ministerio de jovenes. For information, please contact
the Youth Ministry Office: 541-905-3491 or [email protected]
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130 Years!
1885– 2015
Holy Mary,
Mother of God,
pray for us.
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Donate a Vehicle
Help a Neighbor
St. Vincent de Paul’s
Car Program
1-800-227-8223
Albany Helping Hands Thrift Store
705 First Ave E
Changing Lives
Open 10 AM— 6 PM
Welcome to St. Mary’s Parish
January 24, 2016
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
706 Ellsworth SW, Albany, OR 97321
Father Aniceto Guiriba, Administrator, ext 338
Father Leonard Omolo, ALCP, Parochial Vicar, ext 338
Administrative Assistant to the Priests: Teresa Middlemiss, ext 338
Parish Office: Marty Kloeck
Business Office: Joni Siewell ext 305
Music Director: Nancy Higgins, ext 304
Youth Coordinator: Cherrie Barnes ext 315
Elementary Religious Education Director: Suzanne Duda, ext 344
Adult & Young Adult Religious Education Director and Liturgy Coordinator: Ace Tupasi, ext 331
Parish Office: 541-926-1449
Emergency Phone: 541-220-0634
Fax: 541-926-2191
Email: [email protected]
web site: www.stmarysalbany.com
WEEKEND MASSES: Saturday 5:00PM English, 7:00 PM Spanish; Sunday 8:30AM English, 11:00 AM English, 1:00PM Spanish
DAILY MASSES: Monday to Saturday 8:30AM, Wednesday 5:30PM, 1st Thursdays @ 9:45AM in Mennonite Home Chapel
CONFESSIONS: Wednesday 9:15AM - 5PM, Saturday 3:30 - 4:30PM, 6:15 - 7:00PM, Sunday 7:30 - 8:30AM, 10:00 - 11:00AM, 12:15 - 1PM
NOVENA to Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Communal Recitation 8:00-8:30AM and 5:00-5:30PM, personal recitation all day Wednesday
in the chapel (Novena booklets available in both languages.)
ADORATION: Thursday 9:00AM to Friday 8:15AM, Benediction Friday 8:15AM
Office hours Tuesday- Friday ~ 9 to Noon & 1 to 4 PM
In Times of Need
PRAYER CHAIN: Fran Pace, [email protected]
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY: if you would like a prayer shawl for someone who is ill or experiencing a loss, please contact
Carol Hawke at 541-926-2106 or [email protected]
RETROUVAILLE / REDISCOVERY OF OREGON: for couples whose marriages are experiencing pain or communication
breakdown. 1-800-470-2230 or www.helpourmarriage.com.
BEGINNING EXPERIENCE: weekly support meetings and weekend retreats to aid in healing and beginning again for the
widowed, divorced and separated or anyone experiencing the death or loss of a friend or relative. 503-393-2361.
Asistentes en el Pastoral del Ministerio Hispano
Marciano y Honorina Lopez 541- 619-1504
Los Sacramentos en español y las personas encargadas
son las siguientes:
Bautismo: Anselmo Nuñez 541 990 6544 Marcos y Aracelli Rodríguez 541-979-5140
Primera Comunión: Laura Rodríguez
Boda: Humberto y Susana Martínez 541-971-2698
Quinceañera: María Chavez
Confirmación: Marciano y Honorina López
Catecismo para Adulto: Antonio Reyes - Domingo de 11:20 am a
12:40 pm
Representante del Consejo Pastoral: Lizeth Cervantes 541-9746096
Preguntas por Teresa Middlemiss a la oficina: 541-926-1449
De Martes a Viernes de 1:00pm a 4:00pm
Confesiones:
Miércoles : De 9:15am a 5:00pm
Sábados : De 3:30pm a 4:30pm y 6:15pm a 7:00pm
Domingo : De 7:30 a 8:30am, 10:00 a 11:00am, y 12:15pm a
1:00pm
Horario de las misas en español Sábado: 7:00pm Domingo
1:00pm
Aquí en nuestra parroquia tenemos grupos de oración y evangelización
Lunes grupo de oración en la capilla a las 7:00pm
Martes grupo San Juan Diego para hombres a las 7:00pm en la
casa Guadalupe
Miércoles grupo San Juan Diego para mujeres a las 7:00pm en la
casa Guadalupe
Viernes grupo Apóstoles de la palabra a las 7:00pm en la casa
Guadalupe

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