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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Rowland Heights. Bulletin #: 513988 Phone
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Church Name: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Rowland Heights.
Bulletin #:
Phone #:
Contact Person:
513988
626.964.3629
Cindi Burke/Gerry Botana - (626) 964-3629
Temporary
**** Starting 4 Color Front & Back 10-28-07
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Catholic Church
1835 Larkvane Road
Rowland Heights, California 91748
“Be Children
of the Church”
Sunday Masses
Vigil - 5:00 p.m. (Saturday)
6:45 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
Spanish: 8:00 a.m.
Chinese: 6:15 p.m.
___________
Rev. John Keese
Pastor
Rev. Joseph Bai
Associate Pastor
Rev. Victor Labao, S.J.
Associate Pastor
Rev. Michael Barry, SS.CC.
Auxiliary Priest
Steve Hillmann
Deacon
Peter Chu
Deacon
Fe Musgrave
Pastoral Associate
Cindi Burke
Business Manager
TWENTY NINTH SUNDAY
IN ORDINARY TIME
October 20, 2013
I lift up my eyes towards the
mountains; whence shall
help come to me? My help
is from the LORD, who
made heaven and earth.
— Psalm 121:1
121:1--2
Parish Center Office
(626) 964-3629; Fax (626) 913-2209
Office Hours: Monday—Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Religious Education Office
(626) 965-5792; FAX (626) 913-0580
School Office Hours: Monday—Thursday 11:00 a.m.—7:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
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October 20, 2013
Liturgy and Spirituality
Today’s Readings
First Reading — As long as Moses kept his hands raised up, Israel had the
better of the fight (Exodus 17:8-13).
Psalm — Our help is from the Lord, who made heaven and earth (Psalm 121).
Second Reading — Remain faithful to what you have learned and believed (2
Timothy 3:14 — 4:2).
Gospel — Will not God secure the rights of his chosen ones who call out to
him day and night? (Luke 18:1-8).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International
Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
Reflecting on God’s Word
My house shares a back yard with four college students. Ryan is one of them. Every morning the first
thing Ryan does is go out the back door with a bagful of nuts and feed the squirrels. They hang out in
our apple tree the way teenagers hang out around malls. One of the squirrels has become particularly
bold and now waits expectantly for Ryan right at the back door. Lately the squirrel won’t go away, no
matter the time of day, no matter who’s in the back yard. The squirrel just won’t leave, nuts or no
nuts, people or no people. Because it’s become pesky, I now ignore the squirrel most of the time.
Though Ryan doesn’t, I do. Nevertheless, the squirrel is slowly getting my attention. Over the course
of my lifetime, God is getting my attention, too.
People tend to hear this week’s Gospel parable about the widow who keeps knocking on the judge’s
door as a story about God who eventually gives in to the widow. I think it’s more a story about me
eventually giving in to God. I hope God’s not offended by being compared to a squirrel, but God is
much more like the squirrel (or the widow) than like the judge. God’s the one who does the pleading,
it seems to me. While the parable seems to say, “Don’t lose heart; God will eventually hear and answer,” perhaps it’s really saying, “Don’t lose heart; God will not give up knocking on your door.”
—Rev. Joseph J. Juknialis Copyright © 2012, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
Readings for the Week
Weekly Stewardship
Twenty Eighth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
October 13th, 2013
Envelope:
Plate:
$ 15,954.00
$ 3,185.00
$ 19,139.00
Monday:
Tuesday:
Rom 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21;
Ps 40:7-10, 17; Lk 12:35-38
Wednesday: Rom 6:12-18; Ps 124:1b-8; Lk 12:39-48
Thursday:
Rom 6:19-23; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 12:49-53
Friday:
Rom 7:18-25a; Ps 119:66, 68, 76-77, 93-94;
Lk 12:54-59
Rom 8:1-11; Ps 24:1b-4ab, 5-6; Lk 13:1-9
Saturday:
May God bless and reward you for your
continued support to our Parish.
Rom 4:20-25; Lk 1:69-75; Lk 12:13-21
\Sunday:
Sir 35:12-14, 16-18; Ps 34:2-3, 17-19, 23;
2 Tm 4:6-8, 16-18; Lk 18:9-14
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Parish News & Events
Today is World Mission
Sunday! We are called to
this Eucharistic Celebration — and invited to “do
good on earth,” to be missionary by putting our faith
into action in support of
the work of missionaries — like Sister Clara
who rescues girls from human trafficking in
India, giving them a loving home. Your prayers and generous gifts to the Society for the
Propagation of the Faith on Would Mission
Sunday support the tireless work of so many
priests, religious and lay leaders around the
world as they offer practical, emotional and
spiritual care to communities, children and
families in desperate need, bringing the light
of Christ to the darkest of circumstances. For
more
information
visit:
www.IAmAMissionary.org.
NEW CHURCH SOUND SYSTEM
We are happy to inform you that during this
next week a new sound system will be installed
in our church. This project will take place from
Monday, October 21st to Friday, October 25th.
Due to the need for scaffolding and other
equipment, the church will be closed for these
five days. The Eucharistic Chapel will be opened
but must be entered from the chapel door.
Access to the church itself will be closed off for
safety reasons.
The regularly scheduled
weekday Masses will be celebrated in Msgr.
Killeen Hall. We have been assured that we will
be back in the church by next weekend, with our
new sound system fully installed. We thank you
for your patience and for your contributions
which have made this important improvement
possible.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Married Couples! Enhance your good marriage by attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend! Renew your
sense of togetherness, romance and deeper communication. Our next WWME weekend is November 8-10, 2013 in Los
Angeles. Signup by October 15 and a $75 application fee is required to reserve your spot! Visit www.ilovemyspouse.net to
apply or contact Sarah & Jacob Flores at 562-923-7335 or Vinny & Tanya Calingasan at 424-777-WWME (9963)
Why Catholic / Por Que Ser Católico
- COME JOIN US as we enter the second week(Ven y únete así como entramos a la segunda semana)
Everyone is welcome!
(Todos son bienvenidos!)
Schedule
Mondays - 7:30 p.m.
Wednesdays - 9:30 a.m.
Thursdays - 7:30 p.m.
Sundays - 3:00 p.m.
Horario en español
Martes - 7:30 p.m.
Jueves - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Msgr. Killeen Hall (Locación: Salon Msgr. Killeen)
All ministries are invited to share their news. Please e-mail your articles to: [email protected] or
FAX or drop them off at the Parish Center. Deadline is Thursday— ten days prior to publication.
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October 20, 2013
Events here and around the community...
SIMPLY DANCING
A parish fundraising event
Saturday, October 26th - 7:00 pm -11:00 pm
at Msgr. Michael Killeen Hall
Donation: $15/person
Music by “Edwin”
NO DINNER – LIGHT SNACKS ONLY
Celebrate your October birthday with us!!!
Tickets available at our parish center
and after every mass.
For more information call:
Cora Sanchez 626.617.9319,
Gloria Virgen 626.533.0096,
Vangie Acedillo, Irma Vasquez,
MaryAnn Hilado 626.893.1304
Fe Musgrave (Parish Center 626.964.3629)
22nd Anniversary Fiesta
In honor of
Santo Niño
&
Our Lady of
Prompt Succor
Society of St. Vincent De Paul
at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Help the Parish Food Pantry Grow
Our parish food pantry is in need of a constant
supply of goods to feed the homeless who come
to our doors every day. Suggested donations include canned goods with pop tabs (hearty soups
and beans), cup noodles, peanut butter crackers,
cookies, potato chips, fruit cups, and cereal bars.
You may drop off any donations at the parish
office during regular office hours.
Whatever you did to one of these least brothers
of mine, you did for me. — Matthew 25:40
May God bless you for your generosity!
Free FLU shots!!!!
The health ministry will sponsor a flu clinic
free flu shots on November 3, 2013 from
8:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Msgr Killeen
Hall. It will be open to everyone while supplies
last and there is no need to preregister. The
county public health is unable to guarantee the
availability of nasal spray vaccines.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
For more information please call:
Special mass celebration by
Cardinal Roger Mahony
Becky Deramos...626-810-2156
Email- [email protected]
Alex Stewart...909-595-3405
email- [email protected]
For more information please call Priscila Almendral
at (909) 598-2255 or (626) 465-5558.
Save the Date: May 25 - June 7, 2014
Pilgrimage:
Holy Land, Jordan and Rome
(not Egypt)
with Fr. John Keese
Brochure available at the Parish Center
A deposit is needed to reserve
For information call:
Fe Musgrave (626) 964-3629 ext 119
Did you know there are 175
unborn babies killed by legal
abortion every hour of every single day in America? That's 1.2 million abortions which occur in
the United States per year which equals one
abortion every twenty six seconds!
Unplanned pregnancy?
To learn more call 562-693-8803 or log on to:
www.whittierlifecenter.org
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Our Catholic Faith
Year of Faith: October 2013
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
To Know and Understand,
to See and Act
Although the hours of daylight are rapidly
dwindling, many people would say that these
October days bring the year’s most splendid
weather. Americans are riders and joggers, not
strollers, and so the pleasures of the season are
often lost on us. This is not the case with many
Jewish people, who observe an ancient rule in
walking to synagogue on the Sabbath. On city
streets and suburban sidewalks in many cities,
we may notice around sunset the nicely
dressed families walking and chatting on Friday afternoon. After a short prayer at dusk, the
families stroll home again for a relaxing and
festive meal. They return to synagogue in the
morning, and then spend an afternoon in family leisure until three stars appear in the night
sky and Sabbath ends.
Catholics, on the other hand, pile into the
car and drive even a short distance to Mass;
some even divide the family to participate at
different hours. For Jews, the leisurely walk
marks a dividing line between hectic life commitments and a day of abundant joy and enrichment. Before we became an automobile
culture, Catholics embraced a similar pace, and
in most places walked to church. These lovely
days of fall invite us to tap into an old and lifegiving tradition. If you live within a mile of
your church, walk next week. If you must drive,
park at a good distance and walk the rest of the
way. Talk about your life, greet strangers, notice the crunch of leaves under your shoes. You
may be surprised at how different Sunday Mass
feels when it is framed by leisure!
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Living God’s Word
The good news is that God refuses to lose heart
with us, like the widowed woman who refuses
to quit knocking. Neither will turn away and go
home, not from the judge’s barred and silent
door or from ours.
Copyright © 2012, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
Meditation
“Confessing with the lips” (Romans 10:9) implies that personal faith must express itself in
public witness. A Christian may never think of
belief as a private act. Faith is choosing to
“stand with the Lord,” and this demands that
we accept the social responsibilities that flow
from what we believe (see Benedict XVI, Door of
Faith, 10).
October opens with “Respect Life Sunday,”
and, in this Year of Faith, Jesus’ disciples pray
in our name: “Increase our faith.” How comforting is Jesus’ response. Faith cannot be
measured by quantity but by quality—faith’s
willingness to trust, risk, dare—and when we
see a need, to act on it. Jesus saw ten lepers
and healed them; the Samaritan saw that he
was healed and gave thanks, faith transforming
his healing into salvation. If God sometimes
seems slow to act, like the judge in Jesus’ story,
could God be inviting us, who experience Jesus’
self-sacrificing love in the Eucharist, to make
God’s work of love and justice our own? October’s final Sunday prepares us for the Year of
Faith’s final month with Jesus’ parable of the
Pharisee and tax-collector. Though everyone
presumed the Pharisee to be faith personified,
he was not praying to God at all, just talking to
himself. He replaced the praise of God with a
litany of self-congratulation, and intercession
with judging his neighbor. As the Year of Faith
draws to a close, Jesus asks each of us, which of
these two are you?
Mission
Translate my personal faith into public witness; seek opportunities to act on my faith; refrain from judging others, praying instead, “O
God, be merciful to me, a sinner.”
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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October 20, 2013
Religious Education
PECHANGA CASINO TURN AROUND TRIP
Come join us & support our
ongoing catechist formation. (Archdiocese formation sessions)
Please feel free to invite family & friends!!! The more the merrier. For more information
please call (626)965-5792. We look forward to enjoying this trip with YOU!
Turn Around Trip INFO
Sign-up Today!
Sponsored By:
The catechist/aides of St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton’s
Religious Education Center
Date: Saturday November 09, 2013
Departs Exactly: 8:30am(tentative)
Name:_________________________________
Tel.
Num__________________________________
Num. of persons________ X $30.00 = ____
*Pick up and departure from SEAS
Returns: 5:00pm(tentative)
Make check payable to: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church
NO CLASS
1st Year First Communion
October 21, 2013– There will be a parent orientation for
E1 student parents. From 5:45pm-7:00pm, in Msgr. Michael
Killeen Hall.
2nd Year First Communion
November 14, 2013- There will be a very important
Parent Session from the parents of second year First
Communion. From 6:00pm-7:15pm, in Msgr. Michael
Killeen Hall.
Make-up Session will be on:
November 16, 2013– There will be a very important
Parent Session from the parents of second year First
Communion. From 9AM-11AM, in Rooms 4&5. This
make-up session will be bi-lingual.
Continuing Formation
November 04, 2013– There will be a parent orientation
for CFF student parents. From 4:45pm-7:00pm, in
Msgr. Michael Killeen Hall.
October 31, 2013– There will be no classes
this day, due to Halloween.
Family Gospel Reflection
In the Gospel today Jesus helps his followers understand that God
always listens to their prayers. Jesus tells a story about a widow
and an unjust judge. At the time when this Gospel was written,
widows were treated unfairly. The widow in today’s story does not
give up hope. She keeps asking the judge for fairness. The widow
wears down the unjust judge and to keep her from bothering him,
the judge grants her justice.
Jesus tells this story to help his listeners so that they will understand that they should not give up hope. God always hears our
prayers. We can ask God for help and trust that God listens.
•
•
Do you ever keep asking for what you want until you get it?
When do you ask God for help?
Why do you ask God for help?
Vigésimo Noveno Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
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Pagina de la Comunidad Hispana
Evangelio de Hoy
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
(Lucas18:1-8)
En 1823 se fundó el pueblo de San Rafael de
las Quebradillas en Puerto Rico. Este pueblo fue
dedicado al santo patrón de los pescadores. Rafael, también es el ángel patrono de la salud.
Aunque hoy día su fiesta esta combinada con los
otros arcángeles el 29 de septiembre, en el viejo
calendario este santo fue conmemorado el 24 de
octubre.
Rafael (Dios salva) se encuentra en el libro
de Tobías y según el autor bíblico, este ángel es
el ángel de la guarda de Tobías. El mismo Rafael
se presenta como uno de los siete ángeles o arcángeles que llevan las oraciones de los justos al
trono de Dios y que gozan de la presencia gloriosa del Santísimo (Tobías 12:15).
Mi padre siempre dice que hay que pedir una
cosa a Dios, la salud. Si tenemos la salud nada
nos falta. Es interesante que en latín, salud y
salvación son la misma palabra, salus. El santo
patrón de la salud, Rafael nos recuerda que Dios
es el único que nos puede salvar, dándonos salud de cuerpo, alma y espíritu.
Dios asegura los derechos
de los elegidos que
claman día y noche
ORACIÓN PERSISTENTE
Hasta donde sabemos, los autores del Nuevo Testamento no pasaron mucho tiempo juntos después de la
Resurrección. Tomaron muy en serio la orden de ir a
las naciones y esparcir la Buena Nueva. Pablo y Lucas
son una excepción pues viajaron juntos en jornadas
misioneras. No es accidental, entonces, que la perseverancia en la oración sea un tema favorito de ambos autores. El Evangelio de san Lucas (que habla más frecuentemente sobre la oración de Jesús), los Hechos de
los Apóstoles y las cartas de san Pablo, todas nos exhortan a rezar incesantemente.
La personalidad de Pablo era ciertamente tenaz;
muy posiblemente él habría admirado la persistencia
de la viuda en el pasaje del Evangelio de hoy. El propósito de estos pasajes no es hacernos pensar –como
hacen los bebés y los niños pequeñitos– que si persistimos en gritar y llorar, eventualmente conseguiremos lo
que queremos. No, el punto es que cuando los verdaderos discípulos creemos en algo, persistimos y seguimos
creyéndolo sea conveniente o inconveniente, aún cuando nos tropecemos con obstáculos aparentemente insuperables.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
El próximo fin de semana
nuestra parroquia celebra el
Domingo Mundial de las Misiones. Este año nos invita a
actuar en solidaridad con los
misioneros en India y en todo
el mundo. Cada día, los misioneros fieles están sirviendo en el nombre de Cristo, ofreciendo cuidado práctico, emocional y espiritual a las comunidades, los niños y las familias
en necesidad desesperada, llevar la luz de
Cristo a la más oscura de las circunstancias.
Para obtener más información, visite:
www.IAmAMissionary.org
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SIMPLEMENTE BAILANDO
Un evento para recaudar fondos
para nuestra parroquia.
Se llevará a cabo el
sábado, 26 de octubre de 7:00pm -11:00
pm
En el salón de Monseñor Michael Killeen
Donación: $15 por persona
Música por “Edwin”
No habrá cena - Aperitivos ligeros solamente
Para mas información contacte a:
Cora Sanchez 626.617.9319,
Gloria Virgen 626.533.0096,
Vangie Acedillo, Irma Vasquez,
MaryAnn Hilado 626.893.1304
Fe Musgrave (centro parroquial 626.964.3629)
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October 20, 2013
Wedding Anniversary
Congratulations to…..
Ted & Elaine Smith
on the occasion of their 48th Anniversary
May the Lord bless them with many more
years of good health & happiness.
“Altar of Remembrance”
Honoring the Dead
Our Parish will have an “Altar of Remembrance”.
This will be a special space to place pictures of our
loved ones who have gone before us to eternal life.
It will be located in the vestibule area - by the east
side entrance. Please limit the size of the picture
frame to 8 x 10 or smaller. You can start putting
your pictures up on Friday, October 25th. The altar
will be up until November 17th. You can then start
picking up your pictures on Monday, November
18th.
We Remember, We Celebrate!
Rest in Peace
Your prayers are requested for the
repose of the soul of:
Augustine M. Rodriguez
May his soul and the souls of all the faithful
departed through the mercy of God rest in peace.
Mass Intentions
Saturday, October 19
5:00pm Felicia Cermeño†
Sunday, October 20
6:45am Mr. & Mrs. Benedict Siow††
8:00am Calixto Medina S.†
9:30am Rosella De Cecco†
11:00am Ricardo Candelaria†
12:30pm For the People
5:00pm Int. of Deacon Steve & Rose Hillmann
Monday, October 21
8:30am Int. of Ursula Soriano
Int. of Amelia Herrera
Modesto & Anastacia De Castro††
Tuesday, October 22
8:30am Jerry Dean Cervantes†
Eladio Maglunog†
Melchor Jr. & Charita Canete††
Wednesday, October 23
8:30am Bernardino Santiago†
Petrus Sastro Widjaja†
Simeona Festejo†
7:00pm Int. of Elisa Alejo
Ruben Vegas†
Gloria Albos†
Thursday, October 24
8:30am Int. of Maglunog Family
Raul Manuel Chavez†
Pete, Mary & Martin Romo†††
Friday, October 25
8:30am Asim Samson Loma†
Amado & Teresa Buendia††
Jess Guevarra†
7:00pm Int. of Amado V. Sarmiento
Albert Yeh†
Ruben Vega†
Saturday, October 26
7:45am Int. of Ruth Ann Kwong
Please pray for the sick of the parish:
Aguirre, Nehiamia
Alva, Eduardo Jr.
Alvarado, Ivan
Ardon, Yladiz
Benton, Richard
Bondal, Raul
Brame, Barbara
Bustos, Melba
Cagatao, Zenaida
Cardenas, Christina
Cardenas, Grace
Carrillo, Martha
Cassella, Ann
Castano, Mary
Carter, Barbara
Castro, Eloina
Comaduran, Stella
Co, Enrique
Co, Kim
Contreras, Felix
Contreras, Christina
Coronel, Grace
Cruzette, Jingle
Daly, Teddy Edward
Davila, Ariana
DeGuzman, Stephen
De Vera, Pat
Duran, Gilbert J.
Enriquez, Richard
Flores, Mary Ann
Gallina, Luis Francisco
Garcia, Ambrose
Garcia, Carol Perez
Garcia, Louis
Geminiano, Charina
Genera, Maria
Gomez, Michelle
Gonzales, Juanita
Gonzalez, Camila
Granillo, Martha
Guerra, Ray
Guzman, Beatriz
Hall, John
Hauser, Alfonso
Hauser, JoAnn
Hernandez, Agustine
Hernandez, Miguel R.
Hersh, Dennis J.
Hidalgo, Lito
Hoferer, Peggy
Hoferer, Victoria
Huitz, Andy
Huitz, Heidi
Ibarra, Jack
Irizary, Oliva
Izquierdo-Gallegos,
Guadalupe
Lanzona, Anna Moira
LaChance, Thomas
Lasang, Carmen
Latstetter, Jeff & Judy
Leal, Concepcion
Lee, Mariano
Leon, Edward
Leonano, Alejandra
Limon, Rosario
Lopez, Tony
Loreto, Enrique
Martinez, Alicia
Martinez, Jason
Merrilles, Anne
Meza, Hector
Molano, Jesus
Molina, Irineo
Murillo, Joe Jr
Newbold, Linda
Ngo, Julie
Orlandi, Joe A.
Padua, Alan
Parrilla, Emily
Pascua, Judith
Payne Ren
Pena, Lydia
Petersen, Mackenzie Jade
Quirk, Mary Ellen
Reynoso, Alfredo
Reynoso, Teri
Rios, Alejandrina
Rodriguez, George
Rodriguez, Gloria
Rodriguez, Leonita
Rodrigo, Rodriguez
Ruiz, Willy
Saldivar, Edmund
Samus, Len
Santiago, Xavier
Scammaca, Josephine
Smith, Mugsy
Soriano, Celia
Stright, Adrey
Tan, Maria
Torres, Alicia L.
Torres, Jacob
Truncoso, Vicente
Tsang, Fr. Peter
Valentine, Noel
Vasalla, Amy
Veloso, Franics
Vieyra, Chuck
Vieyra, Chuck Jr.
Vieyra, Jessica
Valdez, Aurora
Villa, Margie
Villagracia, Shirley
Villavicienso, Beatriz
Villegas, Arthur
Williams, Brenda
Williams, Iran
Wolfe, David
Wong, Gina C.
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Parish Ministries
Liturgical Ministry
Liturgy Committee Fe Musgrave
Art & Environment Irene & Ray Tong
Altar Servers
Raymond Gallego
Spanish
Anna Lizardi
Chinese
Alice Hsu
Eucharistic Ministry Oscar & Lita Galang
Chinese
Alice Hsu
Spanish
Jose Antonio & Evelia Lopez
Lectors
English
Mary Ann Hilado
Spanish
Eva Alonso
Chinese
Sucy Yu
Linen/Altar
Precy Bernal
Music Director
David Caro
Children
Mark Tumambing
Spanish Children Alex Lizardi
Spanish Adult Leo Fonseca
Chinese Choir Cecilia Chiang
Sacristans
Linda Dumont
Chinese
Alice Hsu
Ushers
Chinese
Steven Chiang
Children’s Liturgy of The Word English (11:00 a.m. Sunday) -Shawn Cobarrubias
Spanish (8:00 a.m. Sunday) -Martha Lizardi
Candles
Theresa Wong
Wedding Coordinator
Kellie Tumambing
Prayer Groups/Devotions
Divine Mercy
English
Rosie Jamilano
Spanish
Teresa Gutierrez
Prayer Group
Youth
Myron Villanueva
Young Adult Christina Aquino
Spirit of Love Adult Prayer Group Emilia Santos
Santo Niño/Prompt Succor Priscila Almendral
Charismatic Prayer Group Lupe Rodriguez
Mondays—7:30 p.m.—Room 5
Guadalupanas
Maria Elena Castro
Grupo de Oración Adolfo Palma
Viernes—7 p.m.—Msgr. Killeen Hall
Cultural Ministry Leadership
Chinese Pastoral Committee David Fu
Filipino Bayanihan Council Ric Guzman
Grupo Coordinador Latino Alex Lizardi
Faith Formation/Sacramental Preparation
Adult Faith Formation
Fe Musgrave
Religious Education
Elementary/Jr. High
Fe Musgrave
Youth Confirmation
Myron Villanueva
Safeguard the Children / Virtus Rudy Caldera / Grace Cardenas
Adult Confirmation
English
Monica & Frank Vasapolli
Chinese
David Fu
Spanish
Martha Lizardi
RCIA English
Byron Rozul
Chinese
David Fu
Spanish
Martha Lizardi
Children
Grace Cardenas
Infant Baptismal Prep
English
Dcn. Steve & Rose Hillmann
Dcn. Peter & Teresa Chu
Spanish
Frank & Josie Ruvalcaba
Why Catholic?
Judd Ball
Pastoral Care/ Service Ministries
Bereavement Ministry
Funerals
Leta Anacleto
Widow to Widow
Charlene Carter
Grief Outreach(2nd Thurs. of the month) Helen Bell
Cursillo
Ruben & Addy Estrada
Encuentro Matrimonial
Jose & Gloria Tadeo
Health Ministry
Becky DeRamos/Alex Stewart
Knights of Columbus
David Klocksieben
Ladies of Columbus
Yolanda Gasca
Legion of Mary Praesidia (Chinese)
Morning Star
Clara Chan
Mother of Perpetual Help Steven Liu
Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament -Robin Sun
Ministry to the Sick (Communion)
English
Connie Gallego
Spanish
Jose Antonio & Evelia Lopez
Chinese
Alice Hsu
Respect Life
Letty Aquino
Summer Fest
Yani Aquino
Food Pantry
Nestor & Rose Herrera
Winter Homeless Coalition Dave Klocksieben
Regularly Scheduled Bible Studies
English: Wednesday Morning after Mass—Rooms 4 & 5
Old Testament—Torah
Spanish:
Tuesdays—7p.m.
Eva Alonso
Wednesdays—7p.m. Chitira Zuno
Chinese: Wednesdays—10a.m.-12p.m. Deacon Peter Chu
Thursdays—10a.m.-12p.m.
Deacon Peter Chu
Please contact Fe Musgrave at (626)964-3629
for any questions or additional information regarding this page.
Weekday Masses
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. followed by Novena
to Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Friday: 8:30 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. followed by Adoration of
the Blessed Sacrament, Saturday: 7:45 a.m.
Confessions
Parish Center
Friday: 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Saturday - 4:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Infant Baptisms
Msgr. Michael Killeen Hall
Parents and godparents must attend baptismal class prior to
the baptism of their child. Registration is required. Please call
the Parish Center.
Bautizos en Español
Los padres y padrinos necesitan asistir a una clase bautismal antes
del bautizo. Se requiere registración. Llame a la oficina para mas
información.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Religious Education Center
Arrangements must be made at least six months in advance.
Please call the Parish Center.
Parish Office
Gerry Botana
Ariana Davila
Alejandra Fonseca
Gloria Genera
Judie Hall
DRE
Fe Musgrave
Maintenance
Armando Molina
Adolfo Trujillo
Youth Minister/Confirmation
Myron Villanueva
Religious Education Office
Juanita Allen
Lorena Fonseca
RCIA
Grace Cardenas—Children
David Fu—Chinese
Martha Lizardi—Spanish
Byron Rozul—English

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