December 21, 2014 - St. Linus Catholic Church

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December 21, 2014 - St. Linus Catholic Church
FOURTH SUNDAY
OF ADVENT
December 21, 2014
ST. LINUS
CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Linus Catholic Church
13915 Shoemaker Ave.
Norwalk, CA 90650
Phone (562) 921-6649
Fax (562) 921-5150
http://www.stlinus.org
Office Hours
Mon.-Fri.: 9 a.m.-8 p.m.
Closed for Lunch: 12-1 p.m.
Sat.: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Sun.: 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
St. Linus School
(562) 921-0336
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Religious Education Office
(562) 921-5179
Father Tony Gomez, Pastor
Father Brian Delaney, in residence
Father John-Paul Gonzalez, in residence
Senior Deacon Chuck and Marge Baker
Deacon couple John and Sue Cunneen
Deacon couple Mario & Nati Mejia
Deacon couple Mario & Ann Guerra
Tita Guzman, Diaconate Minister
Mass Times
Ana Engquist, Business Manager
Greg Climaco, School Principal
Christina May, Religious Education
Gloria Cardenas, Bulletin Editor/Webmaster
Martin Gonzalez, Seminarian Intern
Eucharistic Adoration:
Saturday:
7:30 a.m.
5:30 p.m./Vigil Mass
Sunday:
7:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m./Family Mass
12:15 p.m./en Español
5:30 p.m./LIFETEEN Mass
7:30 p.m.
Weekdays: Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday: 7:00 p.m. with
Mother of Perpetual Help Novena
1st Fridays: 7:00 p.m.
3rd Fridays: 7:00 p.m. en Español
Charismatic Mass: once a month
(date and time will be posted in the bulletin)
Holy Days: Check the Parish Bulletin
All night adoration from 7:30 p.m.,
after the 1st and 3rd Friday Masses,
Benediction Saturday 7:15 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Tuesdays 6:30—8:00 p.m.
and by appointment
For the following Sacraments and Services,
please call the Parish Center:
Sacrament of Baptism
Sacrament of Marriage
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
Funeral and Vigil Services
Communion to the Sick and Home-bound
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Ministry in Action...
Adoración Nocturna
Contacto: Francisco Garcia
(562) 612-8815
3rd Fri. 7 pm - Sat, 7:15 A.M.│Iglesia
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Contact: Dorie Sablan
(562) 926-3435
1st Fri.│7P.M.-Sat. 7:15A.M.│Church
Adult Confirmation
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Altar Servers
Contact: Dennis Adame
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Altar Society
Contact: Virginia Lozano
(562)863-3657
Anointing of the Sick
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Baptismal Preparation of Children
English & Spanish
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Because We Care Ministry
Contact: Sharon Julien
(562) 921-6649
Bereavement Support Group
Contact: Parish Office
(562) 921-6649
Bible Study-English
Contact: Barbara Fries
(562) 926-1770
Tues.│8-9 P.M.│Rm. 8
Boy Scouts, Troop 394
Scout Master: Manny
Parish Center: (818) 679-1926
Mon.│7-8:30 P.M.│Hall
Charismatic Healing Mass
Contact: Sion Ferrer
(213) 989-3214 (Work)
Various Mon.│7 P.M.│Church
Church Environment & Art
Contact: Dennis & Bernice Adame
(562) 921-6649
Couples for Christ
Contact: Sonny Berberabe
(562) 921-6649
Cursillo Ultreya—Spanish
Contacto: Miguel y Margarita Ramos
(562) 929-4693
Divine Mercy Devotions
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Mondays│7 P.M.│Church
Elohim Charismatic Prayer Group
Contact: Brenda Cadavona
(562) 921-1123
Fri.│7:30-10 P.M.│Rm. 11
Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial
Contacto: Carlos & Delfina Romero
(562) 533-3547
Fiesta Committee
Contact: Parish Office
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Filipino Association
Contact: Rey Factoran
(714) 670-8788
Meets once a month
Finance Council
Contact: Joe Julien
(562) 921-6649
Funerals
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Gift Shop
Vestibule of Church
Contact: John A. L. Moran
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Open after all Weekend Masses
Golden Age Club
President: James E. Beach
(562) 929-0569
3rd Sun│1:30-4:30 P.M.│Hall
Grupo de Oración
Contacto: Rafael Alvarez
(562) 774-7379
Wed.│7-9:00 P.M.│Hall
Guadalupanas
Contacto: Micaela Uribe
(714) 350-7106
Ultimo Jueves del mes│7 P.M.│Rm. 11
Jovenes para Cristo
Contacto: Raquel Olmedo
(562) 228-5838
Fri.│7:00 P.M.│Youth Room
Knights of Columbus #10623
Grand Knight: Gerardo Vasquez
(562) 868-6964
2nd Tues.│7:30 P.M.│Hall
Legion of Mary
Contact: Sylvia J. Layao
(562) 404-1174
Praesidium
Tues.│5-6 P.M.│Rm. 10
Curia
2nd Thur.│7 P.M.│Rm. 10
Liturgy Committee
Director: Fr. John Paul Gonzalez
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Ministerios Hispanos
Contacto: Vidal Vargas
(562) 440-7022
Ministry to the Sick
Contact: Cornell Watson
(562) 822-4506
Mother of Perpetual Help Novena
Contact: Imelda Manalac
(562) 404-6145
Tues.│7:00 P.M.│Church
MusicMinistry/Choir Directors
(562) 921-6649
Hermie Abido: 7:30pm
Filipino Choir (1st Sunday of the month)
TBA: 5:30pm
Miriam Camarena: 12:15pm
Spanish Choir
Martin Macias:
Spanish Prayer Group Choir
(First Sunday of the month)
Mark Newberry: 7:30pm Adult Choir
JP Panganiban: 9:00am Adult Choir
Mark Tumambing: 10:30am
Children’s Choir & Handbell choir
Mustard Seed Communities
Contact: Teresa Estrada
(562) 921-6649
Parish Council
Contact: Isabelle Leibig
(562) 921-6649
[email protected]
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Contact: Mary Ratanasurakam
(951) 500-0787
Last Monday | 6:30 P.M. | Par. Off.
RCIA
Contact: Parish Office
(562) 921-6649
Santo Niño Devotions
1st Fri.│6:30 P.M.│Church
Religious Education
Contact: Christina May
(562) 921-5179 Office
Religious Vocations
Parish Center: (562) 921-6649
Safeguard the Children
Contact: Parish Office
(562) 921-6649
St. Linus School
Principal: Greg Climaco
(562) 921-0336 Office
www.linuslions.org
St. Linus Ushers
Contact: Cornell Watson
(562) 822-4506
Weddings & Quinceañeras
Coordinator: Sue Ellen Rojas
(562) 260-7175
Youth Ministry/LIFE TEEN
Youth Ministry: Anthony Cerna “AC”
Coordinators: Dan and Leslie Tepe
(562) 921-5179
CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
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We would like to thank all of our parishioners and visitors for being generous with your weekly donations.
It is such a help to our parish.
Please check back next week to see the collection amount for December 14, 2014. Thank you.
May God bless you for your continued support.
We welcome you to make your weekly/monthly donations by enrolling in Parish Pay by
visiting www.parishpay.com or calling (866) 727-4741 to set up an account.
CHRISTMAS 2014 MASS SCHEDULE
Christmas Eve December 24th
4:00 p.m.—Children’s Mass
6:00 p.m.—LIFE Teen Mass
10:00 p.m.—English
12:00 a.m.—Spanish
Christmas Day December 25th
8:00 a.m.—English
10:00 a.m.—English
WELCOME TO ST. LINUS PARISH
Our warmest welcome to all who celebrate with us. We extend our hearts to all whether long-time residents or newly arrived in the parish. If you have NOT registered or have moved, or have other needs,
please fill out this form and place it in the
collection basket or mail it to the Parish Office.
 I would like to become a parishioner by registering.
Name__________________________________
 I have moved. Here is my new address.
Address________________________________
 I have a new phone number.
City___________________State____Zip_____
 I would be willing to be a sponsor for RCIA.
Phone__(_____)_________________________
 I am going to be in the hospital for surgery.
 I have a convalescent person in our home requesting Holy Communion.
 I am baptized but have not received 1st Holy Communion and/or Confirmation.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Posadas
December 16– 23
7:00 p.m. Msgr. McNulty Hall
December 18 Room 10
December 20 Room 10
FEAST OF THE SANTO NINO
Please join the Southern California Devotees of the Infant
Jesus in celebrating the feast of the Santo Nino (Infant Jesus)
on January 10 and 11, 2015 here at St. Linus.
Below is the schedule of the celebration:
JANUARY 10, 2014 (Saturday)
7:30 AM - Mass
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM – Nine-Hour Novena at the McNulty Hall
JANUARY 11, 2014 (Sunday)
2:00 PM - Procession outside the church culminating
inside the church for the MASS. You are welcome to
bring your Santo Nino images to be blessed.
Please join us after the mass at the hall for reception and fellow-ship as
we continue celebrating the feast of our Holy Infant Jesus.
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to help people who are suffering through difficult times. If you would like to
donate a vehicle in any condition, receive a tax deduction, and help your
church do its great mission work please visit www.CarsForHelp.com, or call
directly at (630) 595-9272. Together we can make a difference. With
mention of this bulletin, 50% of your vehicle donation proceeds will go
directly to St. Linus Church. Don’t delay...donate today!!!
St. Linus Prayer Shawl Ministry
The Prayer Shawl Ministry is a ministry that reaches out to those in need of comfort,
by knitting and crocheting shawls and lap blankets. If you or someone in our parish
would like to receive a hand-crafted shawl or lap blanket, please contact the Parish
Office or Mary Ratanasurakarn at (951) 500-0787. Someone from our ministry can
deliver it or you may pick it up in the office.
*The Prayer Shawl Ministry welcomes donations of yarn.
*The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets the last Monday of each month at 6:30-8:00 p.m.
in the Parish Center. New members are always welcome.
JS Paluch Co. allows you to purchase space on the back of the parish bulletin to celebrate life’s big moments.
The ad can run for one week or more and they offer free typesetting/ad design! The ad space can be purchased
for $25/single space ad per week, $50 for double space per week, $75 for a four space ad per week.
For more information contact [email protected]
CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
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ST LINUS COUNCIL 10623
NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2014
Monsignor McNulty Hall, 13915 Shoemaker Ave, Norwalk, CA
$35.00 PER PERSON (NO REFUNDS)
DINNER 5:00—7:30 PM
DANCE 8:00 PM—1:00 AM
NO HOST BAR (NO OUTSIDE LIQUOR ALLOWED) Servicio de Can na
LIVE MUSIC BY
For cket informa on contact: Gerardo Vazquez (562) 868-6964
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The Guardian Angels of America Foundation (GAAF) is proud to present the “HOLIDAY MAGIC
SPECTACULAR” featuring The Magic of Arnel and Friends from the world famous Hollywood Magic Castle. Arnel is an award winner of the 2010 Stage Magician of the Year with Society of American
Magicians. He performs at theaters, casinos, resorts, nite clubs and private corporate functions.
Don’t miss to watch this amazing and breathtaking magical moment with two other award winning
magicians, Tam Vo and Lauro Castillo. For a wholesome holiday celebration, bring your family and
friends. Dec. 23, 2014, Tuesday at 3:00 pm.
Call the box office at (562) 861-8211 or visit website at www.downeytheatre.com.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
ECHOING MARY’S DECISION
The angel Gabriel today confronts Mary with a mystery. The mystery of salvation in Christ is not a mystery
that is solved, but a reality beyond our comprehension
that we must choose to enter into. In the liturgy of the
Eastern Church, everyone waits to see if Mary will enter
into the mystery: God waits, Adam and Eve and all the
souls of the dead who long for paradise wait, angels wait
for new heavenly companions. And there is much rejoicing when her decision is “yes.”
We have less dramatic choices offered to us, but the
mystery of our salvation in Christ is by no means
“solved.” We may understand it a bit better due to
Mary’s “yes.” We may be a bit closer to it through the
passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But it
still remains a mystery to which we all must give our
own “yes.” Soon we will be singing “O come, let us
adore him.” May our Advent prayer, our echo of Mary’s
“yes,” continue then, so we may enter into the mystery
of our salvation in Jesus Christ, God among us.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co. International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
By the year 800, when anointing was defined as the
proper office of priests, very complicated rituals began
to take shape. Perhaps this was to reassure the laity,
who had memories of an earlier practice, that the new
way was not only better, but impossible for a layperson
to conduct. Blessings and sprinkling of holy water, the
singing of as many as seven psalms, penance, anointing
of all the senses, viaticum, all capped off by the clothing of the sick person in penitential garments, were part
of the rite. This proved unwieldy, and creative spirits
got to work. By the 1500s people made distinctions
between visiting the sick, anointing, and viaticum.
The attempt of the Church to be faithful to the image of a healing Christ has some complicated history,
including centuries when the celebration was rare.
Most sick people had no access to the rites at all; only
monastics or the well off had much hope of this care.
Today, those unhappy days are long behind us, and the
care of the sick is an essential task in every parish’s
life. As Christmas approaches almost everyone comes
in contact with someone who is a candidate for pastoral
care. You live out the best of our tradition when you
arrange for a sick person to receive Holy Communion
or the sacrament of the sick and the consolation of regular contact with the faith community.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
CHRISTMAS IN THE HEART
Christmas! ’Tis the season for kindling the fire of
hospitality in the hall, the genial fire of charity in the
heart.
—Washington Irving
CONTINUAL CHRISTMAS
A good conscience is a continual Christmas.
—Benjamin Franklin
IMITAR LA DECISIÓN DE MARÍA
El ángel Gabriel hoy le presenta a María un misterio.
El misterio de salvación en Cristo no es un misterio que
se pueda resolver, sino una realidad más allá de nuestro
entendimiento en la cual nos decidimos a participar. En
la liturgia de la Iglesia Oriental, todos esperan para ver
si María participará en el misterio: Dios espera, Adán y
Eva y todas las almas de los muertos que anhelan el Paraíso esperan, los ángeles esperan tener nuevos compañeros celestiales. Y hay gran regocijo cuando su decisión es un “sí”.
A nosotros se nos ofrecen opciones menos dramáticas, pero el misterio de nuestra salvación en Cristo de
ningún modo queda “solucionado”. Puede que ahora lo
entendamos un poco mejor gracias al “sí” de María.
Puede que estemos un poco más cercanos a él mediante
la pasión, muerte y resurrección de Jesucristo. Pero un
misterio al cual todos debemos dar nuestro propio “sí”.
Ya pronto estaremos cantando “Venid y adoremos”.
Que nuestra oración de Adviento, a imitación del “sí”
de María, continúe para que podamos participar en el
misterio de nuestra salvación en Jesucristo, Dios-connosotros.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
En el cristianismo hay muchas y variadas imágenes
de la escena de la Anunciación narrada por Lucas (1:26
-38). Casi siempre se ve al ángel Gabriel que, bajando
del cielo, se acerca a la Virgen María. La jovencita, a
veces está trabajando, pero casi siempre está en oración
o leyendo la Sagrada Escritura. Ella se voltea para ver
al ángel, quien normalmente apunta hacia el cielo con
un dedo, recordando que su mensaje es de origen divino. Estas imágenes son reconocidas como “La Anunciación” y conmemoran el mensaje anunciado: Jesús.
Hay que ver más allá del ángel y la Virgen en estas
imágenes. Es necesario seguir el dedo de Gabriel y ver
que Dios se manifiesta en este anuncio. Muchas veces
Dios es presentado como el Padre celestial y/o el Espíritu Santo que envía rayos de luz hacia el vientre de la
Virgen. A veces en estos rayos se encuentra un pequeño grano de trigo: semilla del Verbo Divino. En esa
semillita se encuentra el anuncio verdadero: Dios se
hace uno de nosotros. El anuncio es la Encarnación del
Hijo de Dios.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LA NAVIDAD EN EL CORAZÓN
¡Navidad! Es la estación para encender el fuego de
la hospitalidad en la sala, y el fuego y de la simpatía en
el corazón.
—Washington Irving
NAVIDAD CONTINUA
Una buena conciencia es una Navidad continua.
—Benjamin Franklin
CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
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DID YOU KNOW?
Tips for choosing safe toys for kids
Millions of toys are out there, and hundreds of new ones hit the stores each year. Toys are supposed to be
fun and are an important part of any child's development. But each year, scores of kids are treated in hospital
emergency departments for toy-related injuries. Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind when toyshopping: Toys made of fabric should be labeled as flame resistant or flame retardant. Stuffed toys should be
washable. Painted toys should be covered with lead-free paint. Art materials should say nontoxic. Crayons
and paints should say ASTM D-4236 on the package, which means that they've been evaluated by the American Society for Testing and Materials. For more information, please visit: www.kidshealth.org.
¿SABIA USTED?
Consejos para elegir juguetes seguros para los niños
Existen millones de juguetes en nuestra sociedad y cientos de juguetes nuevos llegan a las tiendas cada
año. Los juguetes son una parte importante del desarrollo de cualquier niño. Pero cada año, decenas de niños son tratados en las salas de emergencia de hospitales por lesiones relacionadas con juguetes. Aquí hay
algunos ejemplos generales a tener en cuenta al comprar juguetes: Juguetes de tela deben ser etiquetados como resistentes al fuego. Los juguetes de peluche deben ser lavables. Juguetes que estén pintados deben de
ser cubiertos con pintura sin plomo. Materiales de arte no deben ser tóxicos. Los paquetes de lápices de colores y pinturas deben de decir ASTM D-4236, lo que significa que han sido evaluados por la Sociedad
Americana para Pruebas y Materiales. Para más información, visite: www.kidshealth.org.
Simbang Gabi 2014
Everyone is cordially invited to celebrate with the Filipino Community of St. Linus their traditional “Simbang
Gabi” (Advent Novena Mass) on Thursday, December 18, here at St. Linus Church at 7:00 PM. Reception and
fellowship will follow after mass at the Parish Hall. To our “kababayans”, any food donation that you can
bring to share with our community will be appreciated.
The schedule of the nine-day novena for our region is as follows:
Schedule of novena masses for San Pedro Region
Theme: “Come Jesus, Fill Us With Your Mercy And Compassion”
“Halina Hesus, Puspusin Mo Kami Ng Iyoung Awa At Habag”
Date
Time
12/21 (Sun) 5:00 PM
12/21
5:00 PM
12/22 (Mon) 5:00 PM
12/23 (Tue) 6:30 PM
Church
Beatitudes of our Lord
St. Paul of the Cross
(see 9-day novena
mass schedule)
Saint Joseph High School
Application Deadline
5825 N. Woodruff Avenue
Lakewood, CA 90713
Don’t forget to apply!
Applications are available to print or
submit online.
Deadline is January 9, 2015
City
La Mirada
La Mirada
9-Day Novena Mass
Holy Family Church 4:45 AM
St. Philomena
7:00 PM
St. Lucy
6:00 PM
HALL RENTAL
Lowest rates in the area
Looking for a place to hold your Quinceañera, Baptism, Wedding Reception or even a family reunion?
Have you thought about St. Linus Parish Hall?
For a brochure please go to our website at
www.stlinus.org
or stop by the Parish Office!
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Join Archbishop Gomez and thousands of people from throughout Southern
California on January 17, 2015 at OneLife LA, the first-ever large-scale event in
downtown LA promo ng the beauty and dignity of every human life from
concep on to natural death. Beginning at 10:00 at La Placita Olvera, we will
walk through LA ending in Grand Park with a family-friendly picnic with music,
entertainment, speakers, food trucks, and exhibits from local organiza ons
serving those in need. Book parish buses now! Get t-shirts, postcards, posters,
bu ons, and everything you need to promote OneLife LA in your parish and
school at OneLifeLA.org. Don’t miss out on this historic event!
RELIGIOUS GIFT SHOP CHRISTMAS SALE
Come to the Religious Goods Store in the ves bule a er all weekend Masses.
We have just the right Christmas gi you are looking for:
Statues… Rosary Beads… Medals… Bibles…Crucifixes…Advent Candle Sets…
Na vity Sets… Christmas Cards, and KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS Auto magnets.
SALE STARTS ON DECEMBER 7 AND ENDS DECEMBER 28th
THE GIFT SHOP WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE & CHRISTMAS DAY.
This will allow our volunteers me to enjoy Christmas with their family.
ENGLISH BIBLE STUDY
You are invited to join us in Religious Education in the school building every Tuesday
evening at 8:00PM for Bible Study. We furnish all materials necessary.
PILGRIMAGE TO EUROPE!
Join with Fr. Antony Gaspar on a Pilgrimage Tour to:
ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN, & PORTUGAL
Tour Date: February 23
Tour Cost: $ 3, 499.00
For further details contact:
– March 6, 2015
Fr. Antony Gaspar – 562-253-2559
Travelers to find Mass go to www.masstimes.org or call (734) 794-2100
CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
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A Message from the St. Linus School Community…
St. Linus School would like to share with you, things that are happening in our school community……………
Adopt-A-Student First of all, we want to thank all the parishioners who have contributed generously and faithfully to the Adopt-A-Student program. Your monthly donations have
helped some of our families in need. During this Christmas season please be generous to our
Adopt-A-Student Fund to help those families in need of tuition assistance at this time. Remember, your donation is tax-deductible. May God continue to bless you!
SCRIP available in the school office! SCRIP is available for purchase in our school
office Monday through Friday from 9am – 2pm. Remember to purchase SCRIP gift cards to
use for Christmas gifts, grocery shopping, gas, and restaurants. Proceeds from your purchases
greatly benefit our school. If you have any questions or need further information, please do
not hesitate to contact our office at (562) 921-0336. SCRIP order forms are also available in
the school office for your convenience.
With Sincere Gratitude,
St. Linus School Community
Los Angeles Religious Education Congress 2015
The Religious Education Congress is ready to enrich and revitalize us once more. Join us March 12, (Youth
Day), March 13 - 15, 2015 at the Anaheim Convention Center . If you have never befor e attended Congress, you are assured of a wonderful experience. All are welcome to attend! The Congress, sponsored by the
Office of Religious Education at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, offers a variety of opportunities for personal faith enrichment, prayer and entertainment. We offer 310 workshops, covering topics of interest from
spirituality and personal development to
biblical studies, theology and catechesis - there is a topic of interest for you. In addition to workshops, participants will enjoy morning praise, evening liturgies and a variety of noon time and evening concerts. Come
and be renewed by these Congress experiences.
Don’t miss out! Register now for this spirit-filled and enriching weekend!
You may access the book on line and register by visiting www.RECongress.org. To obtain a Registration
Guidebook contact your religious education office at your parish or call the RECongress information line at
(213) 637-7348 to request your own copy of a Registration Guidebook.
Congreso de Educación Religiosa de Los Angeles 2015
El Congreso de Educación Religiosa está próximo para renovarnos y nutrirnos una vez más. Acompáñanos
el 12 de marzo (Jornada Juvenil), 13 al 15 de marzo del 2015. Si nunca has asistido al Congr eso, ten
por seguro que tendrás una experiencia maravillosa. ¡Todos son bienvenidos! Este Congreso anual es
patrocinado por la Oficina de Educación Religiosa de la Arquidiócesis de Los Angeles, y tiene una variedad
de oportunidades para enriquecimiento en la fe, oración y entretenimiento. Ofrecemos 310 asambleas, que
cubren temas de gran interés; desde espiritualidad y desarrollo personal a estudios bíblicos, teológicos y de
catequesis; hay un tema de interés para cada persona. Además de los talleres, los participantes disfrutarán de
la oración matutina, liturgias vespertinas y una variedad de conciertos al mediodía y por la noche. ¡Ven a
renovarte a través de estas experiencias del Congreso!
¡No se pierdan esta oportunidad de inscribirse para asistir a este enriquecedor fin de semana!
¡Para inscribirte hoy! Visita la página www.REcongress.org Para adquirir un libro de inscripciones ponte en
contacto con la Oficina de Educación Religiosa de tu parroquia o llama a la línea de información del Congreso al (213) 637-7348 para solicitar una copia del libro de inscripciones.
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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
This Week at St. Linus...
Please pray for the sick of our parish:
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20
7:30 AM
5:30 PM
Michael Castillo, Birthday
Ernesto & Gregoria Convento,
40th Wedding Anniversary
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:15 PM
5:30 PM
7:30 PM
Lucy Samora, R.I.P.
Beltran Family, Thanksgiving
Ralph Gonzalez, R.I.P.
Kitana Mejia, Birthday
Jose Guadalupe Soto, R.I.P.
Frank & Dorothy Rozzana, R.I.P.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 22
8:30 AM
Santos Batino, R.I.P.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23
8:30 AM
7:00 PM
Dean Diomedes, Birthday
Relita Carriaga, R.I.P.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24
4:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:00 PM
12:00 AM
Ed, Winnie, Danny McCarty
& Gary Plante
Sisters of the Holy Faith
Gregorio Garces, R.I.P.
Deacon Frank Guzman, R.I.P.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
Christmas Spiritual Bouquet
Natividad Jorge, Birthday
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26
8:30 AM
Christmas Spiritual Bouquet
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27
7:30 AM
5:30 PM
Christmas Spiritual Bouquet
Larry Jr., Larry Sr.,
& Connie Fernandez, R.I.P.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28
7:30 AM
9:00 AM
10:30 AM
12:15 PM
5:30 PM
7:30 PM
Victoria Garcia, Birthday
Christmas Spiritual Bouquet
Fred & Malu Lopez,
30th Wedding Anniversary
Deacon Mario & Mejia Family
Kathryn & Richard Green, R.I.P.
Aurora Medina Convento, R.I.P./3rd
Death Anniversary
Hermila Alvarado
Jessie Bausley
Nellie Rosa Blaneas
Garrett Brown
Miguel Camorlinga
Maria Castenanos
Angie Chavez
Richard Cota
Lisa Sinni Cousimano
Judy Craddock
Luis Cueva
John Cunneen
Socorro De La Torre
Isabel Doria
John Doria
Olivia Elias
Lanny Enciso
Puring Enciso
Manuel Enriquez
Luis Escaleras
Maria Espino
Bernie Galhoff
Carmela Gallegos
Angie Garcia
Geri Garcia
Susan Gomez
David Eduardo Gonzalez
Marty Guerrero
Milagros S. Hara
Guadalupe Hernandez
Cuquita Hidalgo
Maria Jaramillo
Hilda Jimenez
Silvia Jimenez
Joe Julien
Monica Kasharsky
Joanna Koenig
Robert Leano
Javier Leon
Audrey Lizarraga
Lorenzo Lizarraga, Jr.
Helen Lopez
Mary Lopez
Angel Lozano
Josefina Magaña
Beverly Martinez
Christopher Martinez
Lupe McClintock
Mario Mejia
Cynthia Miestas
Carol Mihelich
Boyd Morales
Jessica Morales
Olimpia Morillo
Editcha Marcha Oabel
Danielle Pal
Marie Pal-Brown
Angela & Jesus Pena
Zachary Pereyra
Cathy Prieto
David Rabiola
Francine Ramirez
Ramona Ramirez (Ramy)
Valerie Ramirez
Laura Ramos
Dulce Redford
Robert Renier
Al Reyes, Sr.
Althea Robinson
Herb Robinson
Ignacio Rodriguez
Jose Rodriguez
Martin Ruiz
Yolanda Ruiz
Adela Sanchez
Carmen Sanchez
Daniel Sanchez
Ramona Sanchez
Angel Santos
Gloria Schmidt
Alicia Serafin
John Starns
Lorrie Teodoro
Aaden Trujeque
Kathleen Vega
Richard Veyna
Virginia Wall
Patricia Wiechelman
Clorinda Zaldivar
Maria Del Carmen Zamora
If you would like to add or remove a name,
please contact the parish office.
Let us continue to pray for our Armed Forces
and their families.
We thank God for the sacrifices they
make to ensure our freedom.
CUARTO DOMINGO DE ADVIENTO
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
1 Sm 1:24-28; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd;
Lk 1:46-56
Tuesday:
Mal 3:1-4, 23-34; Ps 25:4-5ab, 8-10, 14;
Lk 1:57-66
Wednesday: 2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5,
27, 29; Lk 1:67-79
Thursday: Vigil: Is 62:1-5; Ps 89:4-5, 16-17, 27, 29;
Acts 13:16-17, 22-25; Mt 1:1-25 [18-25]
Night: Is 9:1-6; Ps 96:1-3, 11-13; Ti 2:11
-14; Lk 2:1-14
Dawn: Is 62:11-12; Ps 97:1, 6, 11-12;
Ti 3:4-7; Lk 2:15-20
Day: Is 52:7-10; Ps 98:1-6; Heb 1:1-6;
Jn 1:1-18 [1-5, 9-14]
Friday:
Acts 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6,
8ab, 16bc, 17; Mt 10:17-22
Saturday: 1 Jn 1:1-4; Ps 97:1-2, 5-6, 11-12; Jn
20:1a, 2-8
Sunday:
Sir 3:2-6, 12-14 or Gn 15:1-6; 21:1-3; Ps
128:1-5 or Ps 105:1-6, 8-9; Col 3:12-21
[12-17] or Hb 11:8, 11-12, 17-19; Lk 2:2240 [22, 39-40]
Lunes:
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
1 Sm 1:24-28; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Lc 1:46
-56
Martes:
Mal 3:1-4, 23-34; Sal 25 (24):4-5ab, 8-10,
14; Lc 1:57-66
Miércoles: 2 Sm 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Sal 89 (88):25, 27, 29; Lc 1:67-79
Jueves:
Vigilia: Is 62:1-5; Sal 89 (88):4-5, 16-17,
27, 29; Hch 13:16-17, 22-25; Mt 1:1-25
[18-25]
Noche: Is 9:1-6; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 11-13;
Ti 2:11-14; Lc 2:1-14
Aurora: Is 62:11-12; Sal 97 (96):1, 6, 1112; Ti 3:4-7; Lc 2:15-20
Día: Is 52:7-10; Sal 98 (97):1-6; Heb 1:16; Jn 1:1-18 [1-5, 9-14]
Viernes: Hch 6:8-10; 7:54-59; Sal 31 (30):3cd-4, 6,
8ab, 16bc, 17; Mt 10:17-22
Sábado:
1 Jn 1:1-4; Sal 97 (96):1-2, 5-6, 11-12; Jn
20:1a, 2-8
Domingo: Sir 3:2-6, 12-14 o Gn 15:1-6; 21:1-3; Sal
128 (127):1-5 o Sal 105 (104):1-6, 8-9; Col
3:12-21 [12-17] o Hb 11:8, 11-12, 17-19;
Lc 2:22-40 [22, 39-40]

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