Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church

Comentarios

Transcripción

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road, Newport News, VA 23601
Phone: 757-595-0385 ~ www.olmc.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Friday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
School: 757-596-2754
Outreach: 596-1727
Principal – Sr. Dominic, O.P. ext. 133
Pharmacy Outreach: 595-0385, X125
Pregnancy Helpline: 870-3131
December 27, 2015 ~ The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 2:00pm (Esp), 5:00 pm
Weekdays:
Monday:
7:00 am
Tuesday:
7:00 am, 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am, 5:30 pm
Thursday: 7:00 am, 6:30 pm (en Español)
Friday:
7:00 am, 8:15 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00 pm, Sunday: 12:30 - 1:30 pm,
Thursday: 7:30 - 8:00 am or by appointment
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursdays 8am to 6pm (1st Fridays begins in Feb.)
PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
Pastor - Rev. John David Ramsey
Parochial Vicar - Rev. Jaime Guardado
Priest in Residence - Rev. Peter T. Tran
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Anton Siochi
Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu
Rev. Mr. Dan Johnson
Pastoral Associate - Janet Hassan
Hispanic Ministry - Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu
Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade)
Christa Blomstrom
Youth Ministry (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adults
Patrick Walsh
Social Ministry - Tina Wandersee
Music & Liturgy - Susan May
Business & Finance - Julie Hall
Development - Austin Farinholt
Facilities - Hart Smith
Seminarian - John Baab
Food Service (St. Michael Hall)
John Chesney
Administrative Assistants
Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin)
Carla Weimer (Manna/Parishioner Records)
CNU Catholic Campus Minister - Corinne Riley
Receptionist/Mass Intentions - Cathy Luth
Maintenance Technician - Bill Johnson
112
111
101
119
123
124
110
123
107
106
118
117
109
104
122
105
130
116
108
120
100
115
The Holy Family
Today we celebrate the Solemnity
of the Holy Family, which is always
celebrated on the Sunday within the
Octave of Christmas. This feast allows
us to reflect a second time on the beauty of the Nativity of Jesus, now
from the perspective of his mother and foster-father, who not only
watched over and protected him as he lay in the manger, but also raised
him in the faith of his forefathers. Today’s Gospel reading provides a revealing insight into the family life shared by Jesus, Mary, and Joseph:
after the Feast of Passover, as they are returning from Jerusalem, Mary
and Joseph realize that they have lost track of Jesus, having thought that
he was with family members in the caravan. When they realize he is not
in the group, they return nearly panic-stricken to Jerusalem, and search
for him until they find him in the Temple, transfixing a group of wise elders with his knowledge and his questions. However remarkable the situation, we can sense the tension in Mary’s voice when she says, “Son, why
have you done this to us? Your father and I have been looking for you
with great anxiety.” This is as close to a parent-child squabble as we ever
see in the Holy Family—but it is resolved quickly; Jesus remains obedient
to them; and “his mother kept all these things in her heart.”
Who among us has not experienced something like this situation as a
parent or a child? The circumstance may be unique, but the emotions, the
dynamic between parents and child is so human, so real. We are reminded that the Holy Family is just that: a family, with tensions and anxieties, joyful as well as harrowing moments. And we are reminded that the
Holy Family is the perfect model for our own families. Joseph’s protective care, Mary’s gentle, reflective heart, and Jesus’ obedient love provide
a model of relationships-within-family that we all strive to emulate. And
no matter how big the challenges in our own families, how difficult certain periods can be—or how joyful it is to be a loving family—we also
know that Jesus, Mary and Joseph pray for our families, as a family.
The recent Synod on the Family refreshed and underscored our
Catholic faith’s emphasis on the family as the “domestic church,” the
most fundamental building block of faith and the source of so much of
our growth in knowledge and love of God. Again, the Holy Family provides us with the example, and the work of Jesus and the prayers of Mary
and Joseph provide us with the strength to follow their example. As we
continue to celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas, let us also resolve to
follow more closely, and with greater trust, the example of Jesus, Mary
and Joseph in our own families, and in the family that is the Body of Christ
at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish.
~ Fr John David
The Way
of Faith
Bulletin notices and advertising: All information must be sent to the parish office no later than 8AM on Mondays. Please use e-mail if at all
possible and send to: [email protected] If you would like to advertise on the back of the bulletin, please call J.S. Paluch at 1-800-524-0263.
Page 2
December 27, 2015
After Christmas Office & Mass Schedule
Parish Offices will be closed from Christmas Eve, December
24, through January 3. The Daily Mass Schedule during that
time is as follows:
Saturday, December 26
Saturday, 12/26 & Sunday, 12/27
Monday, December 28
Tuesday, December 29
Wednesday, December 30
Thursday, December 31
Friday, January 1
Saturday, 1/2 & Sunday, 1/3
NO Reconciliation
Regular Weekend Schedule
9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
No Morning Mass
7:00 p.m. Holy Day Vigil Mass
10:00 a.m. Holy Day Mass
Regular Weekend Schedule
Solemnity of Mary,
the Holy Mother of God
Friday, January 1, is the
Solemnity of Mary, the Holy
Mother of God, a Holy Day
of Obligation. A Vigil Mass
will be held on Thursday,
December 31, at 7:00 p.m.,
followed by Adoration until
Midnight. The Holy Day Mass
will be celebrated on Friday,
January 1, at 10:00 a.m.
This Week at OLMC
December 27 - January 3
SUNDAY
8:00 AM MASS
Church
10:00 AM MASS
Church
2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Church
5:00 PM MASS
Church
MONDAY Offices Closed
9:00 AM MASS
School Chapel
TUESDAY Offices Closed
9:00 AM MASS
School Chapel
WEDNESDAY Offices Closed
9:00 AM MASS
School Chapel
THURSDAY Offices Closed
7:00 PM VIGIL MASS
Church
FRIDAY
Mary, the Holy Mother of God (Offices Closed)
10:00 AM MASS
Church
SATURDAY
3:00 PM Reconciliation
Reconciliation Room
5:00 PM MASS
Church
SUNDAY
8:00 AM MASS
Church
10:00 AM MASS
Church
2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Church
3:30 PM First Sunday Families
School Cafeteria
5:00 PM MASS
Church
Adult Faith Formation
Mercy Mondays --- Begin January 4th! Pope Francis has called
us to an Extraordinary Jubilee in this Holy Year of Mercy. It is a
time for animating “a new stage in the journey of the Church
on its mission to bring to every person the Gospel of mercy”.
Our parish will have events throughout this year of mercy. Our
first event will be on Monday, January 4th, when we celebrate
the first of our monthly “Mercy Mondays”. Join us in the
Church at 7:00 p.m. for an hour of Taize prayer, reflection and a
short talk on a featured Saint who led a mercy-filled life.
This month’s reflection will be given by Seminarian John Baab.
MOMNIPOTENT:
A Study to help Moms Find Peace, Balance, and Joy!
All moms are invited to attend an
awesome eight-week study on the
vocation of motherhood, facilitated by two young Moms in the
parish. The video study features a group of wellknown Catholic speakers and writers talking about
their own challenges in embracing both the beauty and monotony of life as a Catholic mother. The sessions will be held in the
Gathering Room and are open to moms of all ages.
Where: OLMC Catholic Church
When: Every Tuesday for eight weeks beginning January 5
Time: 9:00am-11:00am
Who: All moms, Nursery available
Cost: No fee to participate, optional journal and study guide
for purchase
Register online at olmc.org or call 595.0385 X107.
Women’s Prayer Groups
Join a women’s prayer group in 2016! We have two groups
meeting---one in the morning and one in the evening. These
meet twice a month and you are welcome to come try a meeting! This is a quiet time away from the demands of our busy
lives to be in the Lord’s presence as we focus on and pray over
the Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday.
1. Wednesday Evening Group meets every other Wednesday
evening in the Gathering Room of the Church from 7:00 pm
until 8:30 pm. Upcoming dates: January 6th & 20th
2. Friday Morning Group meets two Fridays a month in St.
Michael Hall, 10 am - 11am. January 8th is our next meeting.
Diocese of Richmond Conferences
The Catholic Men’s Conference: “Lions to Lambs”
Saturday, January 16, 2016, Richmond Convention Center
Speakers are Mark Hart and Fr. Dan Beeman.
Registration is 8-9 am. The day concludes with a Vigil Mass for
Sunday at 3:15 pm. Admission is $45 and is open to all men over
18. Register online at www.cdrcmfl.org.
Parish Women’s Retreat Our annual Women’s Retreat Day
will be held on Saturday, January 30th in St. Michael Hall. Our
special guest will be Kathy Irr, an experienced retreat leader
who comes to us from Norwich, CT. Kathy brings a message of
hope, faith and love through her stories, humor and experiences of finding valuable gifts in the very ordinary experiences
of her days. Watch the bulletin for sign-ups and more information starting in January.
Page 3
December 27, 2015
Sacraments
Baptisms at OLMC are celebrated seven
times throughout the year. Whether you
are parents-to-be, parents of an infant, or
parents of a young child, we invite you to
consider having your child baptized into the
Catholic faith at Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Church. Parents are encouraged to register
early to accommodate family and godparents’ schedules. Contact Christa @ 595-0385,
x107 or [email protected]
Youth Ministry
Diocesan Youth Conference LOUD
music. Hundreds of teens from around
the Diocese. Tons of food. Breakout
sessions. Inflatables. Mass and the
Eucharist! Come find out why ~1000
teens LOVE to spend their weekend at
the annual Diocesan Youth Conference!
DYC is open to all youth, grades 8-12 and will be held February 12-14 at the Marriott in Richmond. If you are interested in
attending, grab the DYC forms in the Commons or contact
Patrick Walsh for more information. The registration deadline is January 12, so don’t wait!
Children’s Faith Formation
Kingdom Kids at the 10:00am Mass
What’s offered for children at the 10:00am Mass?
•
Kingdom Kids Nursery (1-3 yrs) meets for the duration of
Mass, every Sunday.
•
Kingdom Kids Pre-K/Kindergarten (4 & 5yrs olds) meets
for the duration of the Mass.
•
Kingdom Kids Worship (1st – 5th grades) Children process
out at Mass & return before the Eucharist.
Kingdom Kids Worship meets the first, second and third
Sundays most months.
KidCheck: Free Secure Check In System
KidCheck is a secure check-in for the Nursery and other
Children’s Ministry offerings. Signing up for KidCheck is easy
and free to parents. Register today olmc.org.
New to the Parish?
You are invited to join the parish
community at Gathered By Grace. We
meet once a month after the 10am
Mass for a meal followed by break-out
sessions for nursery (1-3yrs), preschool
and kindergarten (4-5yrs), 1st-5th grades, middle school, high
school/adults. To register or for more information, visit us at
olmc.org or call Christa in the parish office at ext. 107.
Initiation Programs
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)
The RCIA welcomes anyone interested
in learning more about the Catholic
Faith. We welcome you to come try a
Tuesday night session.
Our meetings resume on January 5th.
For more information contact Janet at
595-0385, ext 110, or [email protected]
Catholics Come Home
During this Christmas season we would
ask you to prayerfully consider coming
back to the full practice of your Catholic
faith. We have a wonderful process to
support you on this journey. Consider
our Catholics Come Home process. We
will have on open house to tell you
about the process on TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. Please meet at St. Michael Hall
at 7:15 am. If you would prefer to make an appointment to
discuss this please contact Janet Hassan: 595-0385 ext. 110
or [email protected] Make 2016 your year to come home!
Gathered By Grace
Our upcoming Gathered By Grace
sessions will meet on Sunday,
January 10th and January 24th at
11am. This month we will learn
about The Catholic Church and the
apostolic mission of the Domestic Church.
Inclusive Ministries
Breathe
Do you have an individual with special needs or know of
someone who may want to participate in our Breathe Respite night? Call now to make a reservation for a night of fun
with arts & crafts, games, gym activities, movies and more!
We currently have individuals from 5 yrs to 55 yrs participating. It is a great social outing for our friends and night out for
parents! Our next Breathe Fun Night is JANUARY 8th. Call
Christa in the parish office to register, or e-mail at [email protected]
SPRED (Special Religious Development) prepares persons
with intellectual disabilities to fully belong in the liturgical life
of the parish. Catechists welcome their friends into a small
faith community where the Word of God is shared through
symbolic catechesis. OLMC currently has two SPRED groups
(for adults 18yrs and older) that meet on Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings.
If you know of someone who wants to participate in SPRED
or if you are interested in becoming a mentor or helper catechist, contact Christa at 595-0385, x107 or Miki at 596-7162.
Page 4
December 27, 2015
Social Ministry
Liturgical Ministries
Reflecting Christ
Transformed by The Eucharist…
Reaching Out into community
Food Pantry
Thanks so very, very much for the crackers!!!
If you haven’t started the habit of bringing
one item on our food pantry list to Mass with
you on the weekend, consider starting the
habit during this Jubilee of Mercy.
Chef Boy R D (canned pasta), Pancake Mix/Syrup,
Hearty Soups, Chili, Vienna Sausages, Rice, Corn
and Canned Beans
Personal Care: Shampoo, Deodorant, Toilet Paper
Lector Training
Interested in becoming a new lector?
Training will be held on Monday, January 11,
from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Church for anyone
who would like to become involved in the
Lector ministry. Please contact Jim Ellis at
[email protected] to sign-up.
Attention All Choirs No music rehearsals will be held the
week of December 27-31. Regular rehearsals will resume the
week of January 4.
Pregnancy Outreach—November Statistics
Assisted With
Amount
EST. $$$
Wipes
36
$180.00
Diapers
75
$1500.00
Baby Care
52
$130.00
Layette
12
$900.00
Formula
7
$175.00
Baby Food
15
$30.00
Maternity Clothes
5
$250.00
Baby Clothes
129
$3870.00
Blankets
11
$330.00
Hats/Bibs/Socks
35
$35.00
Shoes
7
$210.00
Pack n Play
4
$280.00
Sheet Sets
5
$35.00
Bottles
10
$20.00
Potty Chairs
3
$42.00
TOTAL
Eucharistic
Adoration
Now that our Blessed Sacrament Chapel expansion is nearing completion, we will be resuming Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament in the New Year. We will again have two
opportunities for regular Adoration:
* Every Thursday, Adoration will be held after the Daily
Mass from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., ending with Benediction before the evening Mass.
* Every First Friday of the month all parishioners are invited to pray for one hour in the Blessed Sacrament
Chapel. Adoration hours are 3:00 p.m. Friday through
Saturday morning at 6:00 a.m. First Friday Adoration
will resume on February 5th.
More Adorers are needed for Thursday & 1st Friday Adoration
Please contact the following Adoration Coordinators if you
are able to serve in this important ministry:
Thursday Adoration – Marion Hill at [email protected]
First Friday Adoration – Susan May, [email protected], 3pm 10 pm Friday; Dave Mazary, [email protected], 10pm
Friday - 6am Saturday
$7987.00
Thanks so much! You assisted 38 women and 41
children in the month of November.
We are always in need of baby clothes. Please keep
us in mind if you have a baby who has outgrown
some of his/her clothing. We accept all gently used
items, just wash them before you drop them off.
This ministry could also use some little toys,
rattles, teethers, musical things, etc. to place in the
layettes for expecting Moms. In addition, if you
have gently used maternity clothes we have a great
need for that. Remember us and donate what you
have in excess in this Year of Mercy.
Welcoming/Registration
Our next parish Welcoming/Registration
will be on Sunday, January 10,
following the 10AM Mass in Our
Lady’s Gathering Room. You will
be given parish information and a
brief tour of the property, and will
complete a registration form which will
ask which sacraments your family members
have received. We look forward to meeting you.
Page 5
December 27, 2015
OLMC Parish News
Marriage and Family Life Ministry
Calling all families!
Come, join us on Sunday, January 3rd, for
our First Sunday Family event, open to
families of all sizes in our parish and
school. This is a great event, especially for
families with younger children, to meet
others, share food and let the kids burn
off some energy. January's First Sunday
gathering will take place in the School
Cafeteria and Gym from 4:00 until 7:00 p.m. You can enter
through the side door in the cafeteria (across from the
convent). The main dish will be provided (pulled pork!), and
you are welcome to bring a side dish to share. We look
forward to seeing you there!
Marriage Enrichment Ministry
Conversational Spanish Resumes on January 5
Come to the Gathering Room of the Church on Monday,
January 5, at 7pm, and have some fun with the Spanish
language! This is Conversational Spanish, not the boring
"let's conjugate some verbs" class that you might have
attended in the past. These are practical classes that can
help you at a Mexican restaurant or on vacation. All adults
and young adults are welcome! Contact Troy Bourne at
[email protected] or 599.8357 any night until 8pm.
A Retreat Opportunity for OLMC Moms
February 12 - 14, 2016
At Shalom House Retreat Center, Montpelier, Virginia
HAVE YOU BEEN WANTING TO…
• Step back from everyday life for rest and renewal, time
apart with God and other OLMC Parish and School moms
in reflection, prayer, and discussion?
• Strengthen your faith through talks with Father, the
Dominican Sisters, and other OLMC moms?
• Grow in gratitude for the gift of being a woman, a wife
and mother, a beloved daughter of God?
• Contemplate ideas to help you better live your vocation
and lead your family to holiness?
Register now…Registration forms can be obtained in the
school office or contact Sister Anna Joseph
([email protected]) or Stephanie Orloski
([email protected]). Hope to see you there!
Jeans in January Are you thinking of
beginning your yearly resolution to lose a
few pounds...especially after our Bake and
Pie Sales over the past few months? Or to
reorganize your closets? St. Monica's Guild
will help you! We will be collecting jeans
and casual slacks (no dress slacks, please)
that you no longer need the weekend of January 9/10. This
will be the only weekend we'll be collecting these items, so
mark your calendars! A collection bin will be placed in the
Commons for all donations...men's, women's and children's
pants. We ask that they be gently used and clean. All items
will be delivered to LINK and St. Vincent's Clothing Closet
for the homeless and those in need. Thank you!
Couples Bunco Night
&
fun
It’s learn!
to
easy
e
enc
peri y
x
E
No cessar
Ne
Friday, January 15th, at 6:30 pm
in St. Michael Hall
RSVP to [email protected]
It’s time for a Marriage Enrichment Fun Night! It’s our 2nd
Annual BUNCO night for couples! This event is back by popular demand, so save the date for FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH, at
St. Michael Hall. This year we will begin with a light supper
at 6:30 pm. Bunco will begin after dinner. If you have never
played, come & learn how---it’s easy!
RSVP to Eileen at [email protected] or ext. 116 by Tuesday,
January 12. Childcare is available with reservation. Please
include the names and ages of your children when you RSVP.
Diocesan Marriage Enrichment May your marriage experience the blessings and joy that Christmas promises.
Strengthen, renew and rekindle your marriage sacrament by
attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend.
The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends are on
February 19-21 in Herndon or April 22-24 in Fredericksburg.
For more information or to apply, visit
www.renewmarriage-vasouth.org or contact
[email protected] or 483-3209.
OLMC Healing Ministry
Our parish is blessed with a devoted
team of ministers to the sick and
homebound members of our community. Our ministers make nearly
200 visits per month! Privacy laws
(HIPPA) in most institutions prohibit
them from having a “Catholic List.” If you have a family
member or friend who resides in a nursing home or is in the
hospital, and they would like to receive Holy Communion, a
visit from a member of the parish’s Healing Ministry team
can be arranged by contacting Deacon Dan Johnson, coordinator of this ministry. Also, if you are having surgery or are
hospitalized, and you would like us present, please notify
Deacon Dan. If you are interested in participating in our ministry, please let us know.
Deacon Dan Johnson, ext 124
[email protected]
Page 6
December 27, 2015
12/13/15
Last Year
$23,192
$28,065
Thank you for your generosity!
Saturday, December 26, 2015
5:00 – Deceased Members of the Wilhelm Family
Sunday, December 27, 2015
8:00 – Tito Bossman
Family
10:00 – George Blomstrom
The Grau Family
2:00 – Maria Amparo Méndez Moreno Family
5:00 – The People of the Parish
Mon – (9am) Bart Hankey
Tony & Sue May
Tues – (9am) Int’s of Grace Farah
Katya Dahdah
Wed – (9am) Marge Pard
2nd Act Senior Group
Thursday, December 31, 2015 - Vigil for Mary, the Mother of God
7:00 – Nancy Harbaugh
Carolyn Lionetti
Friday, January 1, 2016 - Mary, the Mother of God
10:00 – Charles Brault
Lidia Brault
Saturday, January 2, 2016
5:00 – In honor of Vic & Mary Zodda
Sunday, January 3, 2016
8:00 – Cletus Vincke
10:00 – The People of the Parish
2:00 – Orlando Rodriguez
5:00 – Will Schwing
Cynthia Zodda
Carolyn Gréaud
Ana Maria Rodriguez
Marion Hill
Flowers for the Worship Center may be given as
memorials for a loved one or special occasion. To
schedule a memorial floral gift, please call Eileen,
ext. 116 at least two weeks in advance of the
date you wish. The suggested donation to
cover the cost is $85.
Offertory Processions:
Parishioners are invited to carry the gifts during the
Offertory Procession at all of our liturgies.
If you are celebrating a memorial, birthday,
or anniversary, please sign up on the Gift
Bearers poster in the Commons.
Open House
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
In Pursuit of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty
Sunday, January 31, 2016 12:30 - 2:00 PM
RSVP by 1/27 to 757-596-2754 x133 or [email protected]
Pre-K - 8th Grade Blue Ribbon School ♦ Dominican Charism ♦ Educating the Whole Child Since 1954
Join us for an Open House with informative discussions, tours, and opportunities to visit
our classrooms and speak with our teachers. At OLMC, you can see the genuine love we
share for learning, faith, community, service, and, most of all, for our students. Check us out!
Fully Accredited ♦ All Faiths Welcome ♦ Small Class Sizes ♦ Buses ♦ Military Friendly
Before & After Care ♦ Financial Aid ♦ Summer Day Camps ♦ 20+ Clubs & Sports
Voted Best
Private School
4 Years Running!
Voted Best
Private School
on the Peninsula
Awarded the
US Dept. of Education
National Blue Ribbon
Page 7
27 de diciembre del 2015
La Sagrada Familia
PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL CARMEN
Ministerio Hispano: Director: Diácono Francisco Anleu
TEL. Oficina: (757) 595-0385 Ext. 123, Celular: (757) 846-0628
Misas en Español: Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM
Confesiones: Sábados, 3:00-4:00PM, Domingos, 12:00-1:30PM
Próximas charlas de Bautismo
10 de Enero, 2016
10:00am, en la Cafetería de la Escuela.
Próxima Celebración de Bautismos.
Domingo 17 de Enero, 2016, 02:00PM.
Para mas información contactar a los catequistas de Bautismo. Walter y María Rivera al Tel: 757-777-0874
REQUISITOS PARA BAUTISMOS
PADRES DEBEN ASISTIR A LAS CHARALAS PREBAUTISMALES, PORGRAMADAS POR LA IGLESIA.
DEBEN PROVEER UN PADRINO, HOMBRE O MUJER, QUE
TENGA LOS 3 SACRAMENTOS DE INICICIACION CRISTIANA.
(Bautismo, Eucaristía y confirmación).
Que sea Mayor de 16 años.
Si alguno de ellos esta casado, por lo tanto ha recibido el
Sacramento del Matrimonio.
Las charlas pre-bautismales, duran 2 horas y 30 Minutos.
Estas cumplen con el currículo de la Diócesis de Richmond y
son facilitadas por catequistas, quienes han recibido formación respecto al Sacramento.
Nota: Pueden registrarse el día de las charlas.
SACRAMENTO DE LA CONFIRMACIÓN PARA JÓVENES.
DEBEN ESTAR EN 10MO. GRADO
PARA MAS INFORMACIÓN CONTACTAR A
PATRICK WALSH, AL TELÉFONO 757-5950385 EXT. 106
Has completado tus sacramentos de Iniciación Cristiana,
y Quieres ayudar en algún Ministerio bien sea Litúrgico
o Pastoral. Tu servicio a Jesucristo a quien has reencontrado en esta jornada es muy importante para tu jornada espiritual y pastoral Si quieres ser parte de esta evangelización, contacta a las personas indicadas.
Coordinadores de misa.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
Rosarios, Novenas
Domingo Malpica, 325-0505
Sacramentos de Primera Reconciliación y Comunión
María Angélica, 223-8716
Lectores o Proclamadores Shorty Meléndez, 599-0882
Monaguillos
José Sánchez, 269-0319
Ujieres
Ricardo Miranda
Música
Fabiola Sánchez, 236-9720
RICA, CICCA.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
Bautismo
Walter y María Rivera, 303-4973
Hospitalidad, Convivios
Fabiola y Daniel, 450-0020
Patrick Walsh, 595-0385, x106
Jóvenes 9o A 12o
Visita a los enfermos en Hospitales y Casas.
Matrimonios, Quinceañeras, Dirección Espiritual.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
EL MATRIMONIO ES UNA ACCION DE AMOR Y DE LA FE
Llegaron los pastores a toda prisa y encontraron a María y a
José, y al niño recostado en un pesebre.
“Señor Dios, que te dignaste dejarnos el más perfecto
ejemplo en la Sagrada Familia de tu Hijo, concédenos
benignamente que, imitando sus virtudes domésticas y
los lazos de caridad que la unió, podamos gozar de la
eterna recompensa en la alegría de tu casa. P
or nuestro Señor Jesucristo… Amén.”
(Oración colecta, Fiesta de la Sagrada Familia, Jesús, María y José)
CONVIVENCIA MINISTERIO DE PROCLAMADORES.
Todos los proclamadores de la palabra, están invitados a una convivencia el :
Día sábado 9 de enero del año 2016,
en el salón San Miguel
De 9:00 am a 12:00pm.
También están invitados todos aquellos quienes desean ser proclamadores en la Santa Misa en Español.
Buena Salud!!
Atención medica, sin costo para niños y adultos que no tiene seguro medico aquí en la Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
Que es esto?: La atención medica es proveído por personal de
“BON SECOURS CARE-A-VAN”
Cuando: Cada SEGUNDO Y CUARTO MARTES de cada mes .
La registración empieza a las 9:30 am hasta que la clínica
este llena. Entre mas temprano llegue mas temprano
será atendido.
Costo:
TODOS LOS SERVICIO SON GRATIS, pero las donaciones
siempre son apreciadas.
Servicios Incluidos: Evaluación de rutina y tratamiento de enfermedades agudas comunes, incluyendo; infecciones respiratorias, dolores de cabeza, dolores de oídos , y conjuntivitis; vías urinarias e
infecciones de la vejiga; gastritis y acideces; erupciones menores de
la piel (ronchitas); dolores musculares menores, y condiciones
crónicas tales como diabetes e hipertensión.
También: Exámenes físicos para escuelas, exámenes físicos para
deportes; seguro medico para niños, inscripciones y educación
sana. Se esta trabajando para entrenar a personas bilingües para
que puedan asistirte en estas clínicas de momento si tu no tienes
un traductor, llama a la oficina para que se te asigne uno durante tu
visita. Para aquellos que se han inscrito como interpretes estar
pendiente de la información, para un entrenamiento de parte de la
parroquia. De la manera que Dios nos da la vida, la iglesia siempre
esta comprometida a ayudarte a que tengas una buena salud, tanto física como espiritual. También hay algunos programas para que
la medicina de te pueda proveer de forma gratuita. Pregunta a
Francisco Anleu por mas información. Recuérdate que tienes que
cuidar tu SALUD!!!!!!!
Estudios Bíblicos. Todos los lunes a las 7:00pm
Salón de San Miguel
RICA. Todos los Martes a las 7:00pm,
Salón de reuniones.
Año de la Misericordia, Los días lunes 7:00pm
Salón San Miguel. 7:00pm.
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED
12746 Nettles Drive
Newport News, VA 23606
757-930-2222
Consider
Remembering
Your Parish in
Your Will.
Barbara & Ken Kerwin
Helping people buy & sell homes since 1982.
Our email: [email protected]
WeSellHamptonRoads.com
Abbitt Realty
599-5595
For further information,
please call the Parish Office.
Attorneys At Law
C
W
Family Law - Custody • Support • Visitation
HRISTIE
Settlement Agreements • Criminal Law • Traffic Law
ILSON
Bankruptcy - Ch 7 • Ch 13 • Debt Relief • Wills
Managing Partner
Reasonable Fees • Appointments Within 24 Hours
and Parishioner
744A THIMBLE SHOALS BLVD.
(757) 873-6620
NEWPORT NEWS, VA 23606
www.wilsonlawva.com
Jeremy w.
Baldwin, MD
Tidewater Physicians
Multispecialty Group
Competition
Performance Fun
Classes in Newport News
Please contact:
[email protected]
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Walter Pollard Council 5480
For information call:
David Litzinger @ 719-4028
Dean Jernigan @ 596-4034
Email: [email protected]
Charity - Interested in helping those in need,
UNITY - Serving your parish,
FRATERNITY - Growing in your faith and having
exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection
for your family, then the Knights of Columbus
is the organization for you.
Meetings are on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday
office hours by appointment
Jerry F. Foretich, Jr., D.D.S., P.C.
LINK, JACOBS & LINK, D.D.S., P.C.
GEORGE A. JACOBS, D.D.S.
MICHAEL J. LINK, D.D.S.
11007 WARWICK BLVD. • NEWPORT NEWS, VA
PHONE: (757) 596-7000
MILTON’s Paint and Body Shop, LLC
Internal Medicine
Complete Care
Young Adults to Geriatrics
In Office & In Hospital
716 DENBIGH BLVD., SUITE B4
877-0775
COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTISTRY
Accepting New Patients
Brian or Sally, coordinators
757-243-8550
Quality automotive collision repair, body and paint, full detailing
and foggy headlight restoration.
Free Estimates Call (757) 877-2225
or stop by 13269 Warwick, Newport News, VA 23602
2015 Coastal Virginia Magazine
Readers’ Choice “Top Doc”
Buying or Selling Real Estate? Call us!
What’s It Worth? LLC
www.mytpmg.com
860.399.1785
an Official
Travel Agency
of AOS-USA
www.CatholicCruisesAndTours.com
Lawn Care,
Pressure Washing,
Decks, Fences etc.
You set the job, a fair price
(labor only) and we do the work.
“Exceptional Service with Integrity”
John R. Beavers, Realtor®, ABR
Kristina M. Beavers, MBA, JD
CALL BILL WANDERSEE
OR JOHN PIZZANO,
596-4971 • 879-3040
owned & operated,
(757) 812-0399 Parishioner
licensed and insured
COWARDIN, KIM, SMITH
ANDERSON & RIDDLE, Attorneys
Committed to Excellence Since 1917
873-1188
Real Estate, Immigration, Estate Planning, Corporations
Parishioner
R. Hayden Smith
Family Funeral Homes
DENBIGH CHAPEL
12893 JEFFERSON AVE.
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 23608
PHONE: (757) 874-4200
FAX (757) 874-4737
Berceuse
Funeral and Cremation Traditions
825-8070
7415 RIVER RD.
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 23607
PHONE: (757) 245-1525
FAX (757) 245-5361
Dr. Betty Jean Shahmouradian
Parishioner–Director
R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home
723-3191
Kevin B. Smith
Meaningful Service With Compassion
Parishioner
700400 Our Lady of Mount Carmel
RIVERSIDE CHAPEL
Ed Bunch
Director
Brandon M. Killian
Director
Tom DeCantis
Director
INTERNET: www.altmeyer.com
www.jspaluch.com
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-524-0263

Documentos relacionados

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church Rev. Mr. Anton Siochi Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu Rev. Mr. Dan Johnson Pastoral Associate - Janet Hassan Hispanic Ministry - Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade) Chris...

Más detalles

Mass Schedule Change - Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

Mass Schedule Change - Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church Pastoral Associate - Janet Hassan Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade) Christa Blomstrom Youth Ministry (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adults Christina Harrison Hispanic Ministry - Rev. Mr. Francisco A...

Más detalles