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Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Parish—Tucson (An Arizona Non
Saint Joseph Roman
Catholic Parish—Tucson
(An Arizona Non-Profit Corporation)
215 S. Craycroft Rd., Tucson, AZ 85711
Telephone: (520) 747-3100
Fax: (520) 745-4606
Email: [email protected]org
Website: www.stjoesparish.org
Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time
June 19, 2016
“We, the faithful of Saint Joseph Parish,
are a community of believers who follow
Christ, proclaim the Word of God, worship
the Lord and respond to the needs of
others.”
Parish Mission Statement
Parish Office Hours/Horas De Oficina
Monday–Thursday/
Lunes-Jueves:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday/Viernes:
8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sunday/Domingo:
8:00 am to 12:30 pm
Mass Times/Horario de Misas
Daily/Lunes a Sabado:
7:00 am
Pastoral Staff
Pastor
Rev. Ricky Ordonez
Deacons
Leon Mazza, Business Mgr.
Teodoro Perez, Hispanic Min.
Maintenance Supervisor Mr. Thomas Taylor
Parish Secretary
Pastor’s Secretary
Ms. Norma Torres
Mrs. Carolyn Osborn
Wednesdays/Miercoles: Novena - Mother
of Perpetual Help
6:30 pm
Saturday Vigil:
Sunday Masses:
5:30 pm
7:00 am
9:15 am
11:00 am
1:15 pm Spanish
5:30 pm
Holy Day Masses/Misas de Guardar:
(Check bulletin)
Faith Formation
Mr. Wade Manuel, Coordinator
Pre-K through Grade 7
September through April
Sundays: 8:00 am to 9:05 am
Confirmation Preparation
Please call Parish Office
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament — Chapel
Every First Friday 10:00 a.m. — Noon
Sacraments/Sacramentos
Reconciliation/Horario de Reconciliación
Saturdays/Sabados: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Baptisms—Baptismal arrangements must be made by the
PARENTS of the child at the Parish Office. Parents and godparents
must attend a baptismal preparation class before the baptism. Other
requirements will be discussed at the initial interview.
St. Joseph Parochial School
Telephone (520) 747-3060
Principal
Office Manager
Receptionist
Mr. Sam Granillo
Mrs. Shannon Gagnepain
Ms. Griselda Jacquez
Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade
Monday through Thursday
7:40 am to 3:00 pm
Friday: 7:40 am to 12:30 pm
Matrimony—Weddings are celebrated throughout the year. In
accord with Church Law, at least one of the parties to be married must
be a member of St. Joseph, otherwise special permissions are needed.
Marriage preparation is to begin at least 6 months prior to the
wedding. It is strongly recommended that a couple planning to be
married at St. Joseph contact the Parish before making any contractual
arrangements with a facility for their reception. During the initial
interview with the priest of the Parish, the couple will be provided
with all the necessary information needed for their preparation
experience.
Anointing of the Sick - Contact the Parish Office to make
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arrangements.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Sunday, June 19
Monday, June 20
7:00 p.m. Boy Scouts ................................ Healy Hall
7:00 p.m. Spanish Eucharistic Minister Mtg ..............
.............................................Activity Room
Tuesday, June 21
7:00 p.m. Spanish Carismatic Group ............. Church
Wednesday, June 22
10:00 a.m. Bible Study ...........................Activity Room
12:00 p.m. Family Prayer Grp .......................... Chapel
Thursday, June 23
5:00 p.m. Filipino Charismatic Grp .......Activity Room
Friday, June 24
Saturday, June 25
10:00 a.m. Sewing Group ......................Activity Room
3:00 p.m. Spanish Baptisms .......................... Church
Sunday, June 26
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Sunday, June 19 — Zec 12:10-11; 13:1; Ps 63:2-6, 8
-9; Gal 3:26-29; Lk 9:18-24
7:00 a.m. St. Joseph Parishioners
Foss Family †
9:15 a.m. Ed & Gert Lombardi †
Joe Mendez †
11:00 a.m. Antonio Saldivar †
1:15 p.m. Bartolome Cardena
5:30 p.m. Jorge & Artemiza Peregrina †
Jorge Bojorquez †
Monday, June 20 — 2 Kgs 17:5-8, 13-15, 18;
60:3-5, 12-13; Mt 7:1-5
7:00 a.m.
Cathern T. Jaeger †
Ps
Tuesday, June 21 — 2 Kgs 19:9-11, 14-21, 31-35, 36;
Ps 48:2-4, 10-11; Mt 7:6, 12-14
7:00 a.m. Mary R. Sedor †
Wednesday, June 22 — 2 Kgs 22:8-13; 23:1-3; Ps
119:33-37, 40; Mt 7:15-20
7:00 a.m. Deacons Phil Garcia and Leon Mazza
(25th Annv. Of Ordination)
Thursday, June 23 — 2 Kgs 24:8-17; Ps 79:1-5, 89; Mt 7:21-29
7:00 a.m. Foss Family †
Collection for the weekend of June 12
$8,391.45
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time;
Father’s Day; Julian Calendar Pentecost
Monday:
Summer begins
Tuesday:
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Wednesday:
St. Paulinus of Nola;
Ss. John Fisher and Thomas More
Friday:
The Nativity of St. John the Baptist
Saturday:
Blessed Virgin Mary
OPEN POSITION
The position of Receptionist at St. Joseph Catholic
School is available as of 6/13/16. To view the
position Description and information on how to
apply, please refer to www.diocesetucson.org
(Employment Opportunities). Spanish speaking is
preferred.
Friday, June 24 — Is 49:1-6; Ps 139:1-3, 13-15;
Acts 13:22-26; Lk 1:57-66, 80
7:00 a.m. Hilda, Ignacio and Walter Vega †
Saturday, June 25 — Lam 2:2, 10-14, 18-19;
74:1-7, 20-21; Mt 8:5-17
7:00 a.m. Nancy L. Conley †
5:30 p.m. Christine Zwolinski †
Gonsalves Family
Ps
Sunday, June 26 — Zec 12:10-11; 13:1; Ps 63:2-6, 8
-9; Gal 3:26-29; Lk 9:18-24
7:00 a.m. Keith Stogsdill †
9:15 a.m. Walter Vega †
Jane Trotter †
11:00 a.m. Donald Esposito † and
Gertrude Johnson †
1:15 p.m. Armando Rios †
Abundio Elias, Sr. †
5:30 p.m. Melissa Gonzales
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Dear Parish Family,
Well, here it is Tuesday, 14 June!
Last week, did I say it was going to be hot? Thanks to
the National Weather Service forecast, I was right AND
it’s supposed to be hot as you read this. I hope
everyone is staying safe from the heat and its effects. I
hope you are keeping your pets safe too.
I’ve instructed our maintenance workers to stay out of
the heat and try to work indoors as much as possible.
I’m willing to let the aesthetics of the outside areas
suffer instead of our people. Please bear with us if the
outside area doesn’t meet your expectations, we must
protect our employees!
Last week Mr. Frank Watson of Watson Refrigeration
Company gave me a tour of the school and showed me
the progress of the project. The air conditioning units
were in the classrooms ready to be opened and begin
the installation phase.
The other day someone asked me, “Why are you
writing so much about the school air conditioning
project?” The answer is simple. This is an exciting time
in the history of our parish and school and I want to
keep you informed of the progress every step of the
way.
I know the teachers with whom I have spoken are
excited too. For many years they have had to teach in
hot classrooms. For most of those years, the teachers,
and parents, were told, ”You’re going to get air
conditioning” but it never happened. This was not the
best environment for teachers and students, but they
overcame the adversity and did very well. We are now
looking forward to that problem being resolved!
I just reread what I wrote above and realized OMG
(today’s cell phone lingo) I’ve been so serious, maybe I
need to inject some levity, which reminded me, “Did I
ever tell you about the man from Yuma who died and
went to hell?” After about three days down there, he
asked the devil if he could return to Yuma for a few
minutes. The devil asked, “Why?” and the man said, “I
need my sweater.”
OK that’s enough for today. I wish you a safe, faith
filled summer! Stay cool!
Deacon Leon S. Mazza
Business Manager
Querida Familia Parroquial,
¡Pues bien, es martes junio 14!
La semana pasada, ¿les dije que la temperatura iba a
estar muy alta? Gracias a la prevención del Servicio
Meteorológico Nacional, tuve razón Y se supone que
va a estar caliente para cuando lean esto. Espero
que todos se mantengan protegidos del calor y sus
efectos. Lo mismo, que mantengan también a sus
mascotas a salvo.
He dado instrucciones al personal de mantenimiento
para que no permanezcan bajo el sol y que traten de
trabajar en el interior, tanto como sea posible. Estoy
dispuesto a dejar que la apariencia del exterior sufra
en lugar de nuestra gente. Por favor ténganos
paciencia si las áreas de afuera no llenan sus
expectativas, ¡debemos proteger a nuestros
empleados!
La semana pasada, el señor Watson de Watson
Refrigeration Company me dió un recorrido por la
escuela y me mostró los avances del proyecto. Las
unidades del aire acondicionarlo están en los
salones, listos para ser abiertos y empezar la fase de
instalación.
El otro día alguien me preguntó: ¿Por qué estas
escribiendo tanto sobre el proyecto del aire
acondicionado? La respuesta es simple. Este es un
momento emocionante en la historia de nuestra
parroquia y la escuela y quiero mantenerlos
informados en los avances de cada paso del
proyecto.
Sé que los profesores con los que he hablado,
también están muy emocionados. Por muchos años
han tenido que enseñar en aulas cálidas. En la
mayoría de esos años, a los maestros y a los padres
les decían, “van a tener aire acondicionado” pero eso
nunca sucedió. Este no era el mejor ambiente para
profesores y estudiantes pero se sobreponían a la
adversidad y lo hacían muy bien. Ahora, estamos
viendo hacia adelante y que ese problema sea
resuelto.
Acabo de releer lo que escribí más arriba y me di
cuenta (OMG, today’s cell phone lingo) que he estado
muy serio, tal vez necesito inyectar un poco de
humor, lo que me recordó: “¿Les he platicado alguna
vez sobre el hombre de Yuma que murió y se fue al
infierno?”. Después de tres días allá abajo, le pidió al
diablo si podía volver a Yuma durante unos minutos.
El diablo le pregunto: ¿para que? Y el hombre
contesto: “Necesito mi suéter”.
Bueno, es suficiente por ahora. !Les deseo un verano
sin contratiempos y lleno de fe!
Diacono Leon S. Mazza
Administrador
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UNA LÍNEA DE VIDA PARA MATRIMONIO
Retrouvaille ayuda a las parejas a través de tiempos difíciles en
su matrimonio. Está diseñado para proporcionar las
herramientas para ayudar a mejorar su matrimonio. Le dará la
oportunidad de redescubrir uno al otro y examinar sus vidas
juntos de una manera nueva y positiva. Este programa ha
ayudado a miles de parejas que tienen problemas a todos los
niveles, incluyendo profunda decepción y la miseria. Para
obtener información confidencial sobre o para inscribirse en el
próximo programa que comienza con un fin de semana 5-7 de
agosto de Albert y Bertha contacto 520-883-2747 o por correo
electrónico:
[email protected]
o
visite www.HelpOurMarriage.com
GIVE THANKS WHEN YOU SHOP…
Be sure to thank the generous advertisers in our
bulletin! Through their participation, St. Joseph
receives our Sunday bulletin. To advertise, contact
Claudia Borders, Sales Consultant, 298-1265 or
[email protected]
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CORNER
SVdP Pantry Needs
Peanut Butter
Jello
Soup
Large Paper Bags
Thank you for your generous donations and
support to help those in need.
Co pyright © 20 05
C L Ente rprise s U SA
W h at d id Jesus say abo u t ho w m u ch G od
cares fo r u s?
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My first’s not in HEALING
but HELPING instead
The second’s in BUTTER and also in BREAD
A third has CONCERN but never a CARE
For the fourth's try a CHERRY
but don’t taste a PEAR
The 5th is in L IFE and in LOV E and in L IGH T
My sixth’s found in MA YBE
but never in MIGH T
The 7th m ay W RITE but never a TOME
The last’s not a HOUSE but always at HOME
Together is what we should do with the Gospel
PROCLAIM
A LIFELINE FOR MARRIAGE
Retrouvaille helps couples through difficult times in their
marriages. It is designed to provide the tools to help get your
marriage back on track. It will give you the opportunity to
rediscover each other and examine your lives together in a new
and positive way. This program has helped thousands of
couples experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including
disillusionment and deep misery. For confidential information
about or to register for the next program beginning with a
weekend on August 5-7, Call 800-4702230
Email: [email protected]
Website http://
www.HelpOurMarriage.com
Use th e n u m b ers u nd er
each b lan k to fin d th e
righ t letter fro m th e
p ho n e
k e y p ad ,
an d
d isco ver G o d ’s vo ice
m ail fo r y o u to d ay !
B A B E L , T A L E N T S , W E A V E R , B R IC K S,
B A K E R , P R IE S T S, T E N T M A K E R ,
SP IN D L E , P O T T E R , M A T T H E W ;
B L A C K S M IT H
FIRST COMMUNION PICTURES
If you ordered First Communion pictures from
Lifetouch, they are available in the Parish Office.
The First Communion pictures are from May 1. The
Parish Office hours are Monday—Thursday, 8:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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The Knights of Columbus set a new all-time record
last year for charitable donations and service
hours with $175,079,192 in donations and more
than 73.5 million hours of service. The numbers
were announced at the closing session of the
annual Organizational Meeting of State Deputies in
New Haven.
“We are very proud of these Fraternal Survey
numbers,” Supreme Knight Anderson said. “These
are a clear indication that we are keeping faith with
Father McGivney’s principle of charity and also of
unity, not only among ourselves, but with those in
need. This is what we call a charity that
evangelizes. This is what makes Knights of
Columbus different.”
If you are a Catholic man interested in becoming a
Knight, please contact our council at 520-303-4791
or by email at [email protected]
FRIENDS TOGETHER
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP FOR
WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS
Sponsored By:
St. Francis de Sales Church
Topic:
Dreams & Visions
Date/Time:
Wednesday, June 22
10:00 a.m. — 12:00 p.m.
Place:
1375 S. Camino Seco
Facilitator:
Linda Bowden
Learn more about Friends Together on their new
website: friendstogethertucson.com
ANNOUNCING AUGUST COUPLE PRAYER RETREAT
Happy Fathers Day. Discover new intimacy in your
communication, relationship, and a deeper awareness of
God’s presence in your marriage. Journey Together to
God on a Couple Prayer Retreat, Aug 12-14, 2016, at
Holy Trinity Monastery. Prepare to experience God in a
deeper way as a couple. The Couple Prayer Retreat is a
spiritual “CPR”. It can be a spiritual-heart transplant, for
some couples wanting to pray together as couple. The
retreat is an encounter of the Holy Trinity using God’s
Word as found in Scripture. For registration and more info
call Kevin or Kathie 520-722-2931 or email
[email protected] .
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Según san Mateo, una noche mientras los
discípulos estaban en la barca de Pedro, Jesús vino
hacía ellos caminando sobre el mar. Ellos se
espantaron creyendo que era un fantasma de algún
pescador pero él los calmó diciendo “¡Ánimo!, que soy
yo; no teman”. Debió ser impactante ver al Señor
caminar sobre las aguas, especialmente en una época
donde las aguas venían consideradas como el caos.
En varias partes de latinoamerica los fieles
celebran a distintos santos con procesiones de barcos
sobre ríos o mares. En el Puerto de Paita, Perú se
llevan a los santos Pedro y Pablo en una procesión
acuática. San Pedro, que fue pescador, está en casa
sobre la barca, ya que normalmente son barcas de
pescadores las que forman la procesión. Esta procesión
reconoce el caos del mar reconociendo a los
pescadores, que durante el año perdieron sus vidas en
el mar, con guirnaldas lanzadas a la bahía. Pero, esta
procesión no se espanta del mar ya que es una fiesta
en honor de dos siervos de aquel que camina sobre las
aguas, dominando el mar.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, © Copyright, J. S.
Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
It’s almost midsummer day! One of the great
hidden treasures of our liturgical calendar occurs this
week. There are only three “nativity” feasts on our
calendar: for the Lord, the Blessed Mother (September
8), and the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist on June
24. Friday’s date is anchored by the Annunciation
(March 25), when Mary learns not only of her own
child’s advent, but of Elizabeth’s child. We are exactly
half a year away from Christmas Eve. There are strong
traditions around this feast. Just as the winter solstice
provides a rich vocabulary for Christmas, so does the
abundance of light at midsummer inform this
celebration. Just as at Christmas, a religious festival
spills over into culture. As summer light reaches its
peak, the sun-drenched zones of northern Europe see
people staying up all night, kindling “St. John’s Fires” in
the long summer twilight. Bonfires seem to be the
unifying force in all these celebrations, kindled along
the shores of the St. Lawrence in Quebec and
Montreal, with harbor illuminations in France. You may
be most interested in the custom in San Juan, Puerto
Rico, the Baptist’s own city. People there will leap into
the sea between midnight and dawn to honor John.
Why not find your way to a pool, a lake, or a sandy
beach this week and plunge in to recall your baptism?
It’s a tradition!
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT!
St. Joseph Catholic School is selling Entertainment
Books (Coupon Books) for $20 each book. Each
book has coupons for the Tucson and Surrounding
Areas. Please stop by the School (between 7:30 to
3:30 pm) or Parish Office (between 8 to 4 pm
Monday—Thursday) to purchase your books. The
school receives 50% for each book sold. What a
great way to support our school and to save yourself
some money!!! The first page has $30 coupons for
Albertson's
Sacred Path -A Retreat for Pastoral Ministers
When
Saturday July 23, 2016 at 9:30 AM MST
-toSunday July 24, 2016 at 12:00 PM MST
REGISTER TODAY!
Holy Ground
Our Sacred Path is experienced in the places we "live and
move and have our being."
Take this "sacred time apart" to reflect on the holy ground
of your life, to be still and know how God is present and
speaking, that you may be renewed in mind, body and
spirit for ministry.
Our retreat includes presentation, storytelling, prayer,
time for personal reflection, and opportunities for sharing
and fellowship.
Retreat fee is again only $60 per person and includes all
retreat fees, lunch and dinner on Saturday. Spouses,
colleagues, and ministry teams all welcome! Please
share this invitation.
Call the Sheraton Four Points for room reservations and
ask for the Diocese of Tucson rate: $69 single or double
plus taxes and fees and includes breakfast. 520-7460271
Our retreat directors:
Kimi and Tom Tomaszek,MTS,M.Ed are partners in
marriage and ministry. Co-Directors of The Five Loaves
www.thefiveloaves.com offering online and event
resources for spiritual renewal, including Between
Sundays™ - an innovative, weekly video reflection on the
upcoming Sunday scriptures.
Tom has served in pastoral ministry for over 35 years,
including positions in parish, high school, campus and
diocesan settings.
He developed Spirit & Song and training conferences for
OCP, and is an experienced retreat leader, author,
musician and composer.
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St. Joseph Parish
215 S. Craycroft Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85711
Bulletin #517146
Would it be possible to send me an email confirmation that you
received bulletin [email protected]
Thank you.
Norma Torres
If you have any questions you may contact me at 520-747-3100 or
520-990-9628.

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