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Saint Raphael Catholic Church
5444 Hollister Ave.
Santa Barbara, California, 93111-2308
Office: (805) 967-5641 Fax: (805) 964-2988
Email: [email protected] Website: straphaelsb.org
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 25, 2015
The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe
in the gospel (Mark 1:15).
Pastoral Staff
Msgr. Jon Majarucon, Pastor
Rev. Lucio Juarez, Associate Pastor
Rev. Frank Colborn, Retired Priest
Dcn. Wayne Rascati, Permanent Deacon
Dcn. Stephen & Mrs. Sylvia Montross, Deacon Couple
M. Noël Fuentes, Pastoral Associate
Schedule of Masses
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am
Wednesday and Friday: 12:05 pm
Saturday: 5:30 pm Vigil
Sunday: (English) 7:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am,
5:30 pm Life Teen Mass
(Español) 12:30 pm
Parish Office
M. Noël Fuentes, Business Manager
Jacqui Leicht, Accounting Coord.
Maria L. Romero, Reception/Baptisms
Holy Days/Special Observances
Schedule of Holy Days varies
St. Raphael School
Michelle Limb, Principal
683-9090 x7
Religious Education
Karen Froelicher, English
Ana Solis-Cervantes, Bilingual
967-1641 x3
967-1641 x4
LifeTeen & Confirmation
John Vasellina, Youth Minister
964-3466 x1
Sunday Early Childhood Education
Cecilia Marks
Saturdays: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
First Friday of every month, 24 Hours.
Vocations Information
Priesthood—Rev. John Love, 968-1078
Religious Life—Sr. Cecilia Canales, O.P., (213) 637-7592
Parish Vocations Contact— John Switzer, 967-8049
Baptisms & Funerals
Inquire in the Parish Office, 967-5641
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Saint Raphael Church
Change Our Lives
January 25, 2015
Today’s Readings
In today’s first reading, Jonah, sent by God to warn the
people, storms through Nineveh, frightening the citizens
out of their wits. It works! They repent before Jonah makes
his way through a third of the city, and God sees “by their
actions” how they have turned from evil.
First Reading — The Ninevites turn from their evil way in
Then we hear Paul telling the Corinthians that “the world
in its present form is passing away.” He calls for a change of
heart. He stops short of telling them to set aside their
everyday lives, but still he urges them — rather
mysteriously — to live as though they aren’t doing the
things they’re doing.
Gospel — Jesus proclaims, “Repent, and believe in the
Finally, Jesus stands on the shore and cries, “The kingdom
of God is at hand!” The apostles-to-be abandon their nets
and follow him. Thus in all the readings we hear an
invitation to a radical and immediate change in our lives.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Saints and Special Observances
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time;
Catholic Schools Week
Ss. Timothy and Titus
St. Angela Merici
Wednesday: St. Thomas Aquinas
St. John Bosco
response to Jonah’s message (Jonah 3:1-5, 10).
Psalm — Teach me your ways, O Lord (Psalm 25).
Second Reading — The world in its present form is passing
away (1 Corinthians 7:29-31).
gospel.” The new disciples abandon their nets and follow
him (Mark 1:14-20).
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.
Readings for the Week
2 Tm 1:1-8 or Ti 1:1-5; Ps 96:1-3, 7-8a, 10;
Mk 3:22-30
Heb 10:1-10; Ps 40:2, 4ab, 7-8a, 10, 11;
Mk 3:31-35
Wednesday: Heb 10:11-18; Ps 110:1-4; Mk 4:1-20
Heb 10:19-25; Ps 24:1-6; Mk 4:21-25
Heb 10:32-39; Ps 37:3-6, 23-24, 39-40;
Mk 4:26-34
Heb 11:1-2, 8-19; Lk 1:69-75; Mk 4:35-41
Dt 18:15-20; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9; 1 Cor 7:32-35;
God’s Word Today
Mass Intentions
January 24 — January 30, 2015
Jan 24 Sat Vigil 5:30 pm Our Parish Community
Jan 25 Sun
7:30 am Kathleen Champion (D)
9:30 am Joe Lima (D)
11:00 am Cecil Thomas (D)
12:30 pm José Jesús Lemus & Amparo
Lemus (D)
5:30 pm George Hopping (L)
Jan 26 Mon
8:00 am Jose Salcedo (D)
Jan 27 Tues
8:00 am Alicia Williford (L)
Jan 28 Wed
8:00 am Sarah Sutcliffe (L)
12:05 pm Maria Magdalena Bernabe (D)
Jan 29 Thurs
8:00 am Rosario Borrayo & Carmen
Borrayo (D)
Jan 30 Fri
8:00 am Fredelito Igarta (D)
12:05 pm Belen Sanchez (D)
Today, we are once again given an account of the call of the
disciples. These Gospel stories are positioned in the early
part of Ordinary Time for good reason. We know that the
Lenten journey is just around the corner. That journey will
take us once again to Jerusalem and to the cross and
resurrection of Christ. One of the characteristics of
discipleship is that one does not become a disciple solely on
one’s own. There is always a call, an invitation to follow the
way of discipleship. When today’s Gospel is proclaimed, try
to put yourself in the place of those early disciples who were
casting their nets. They were simply doing their daily tasks.
In the middle of those tasks, the Lord calls them. Perhaps
that is precisely where the Lord calls each of us — in the
midst of our daily tasks. As we prepare to listen to God’s
word, let us open our hearts to listen to the invitation issued
to each of us to follow in the footsteps of Christ.
From Saint Margaret Sunday Missal, copyright © J. S. Paluch Company
On the Cover — Christ Calling the Apostles James and
John by Edward Armitage, 1869.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Parish Community News
Fifth Sunday Collection — The St. Vincent de Paul
“Fifth Sunday” Collection scheduled for November 30, 2014
was postponed because of the Thanksgiving Food Drive and
members spending time with family and friends. We have
rescheduled the “Fifth Sunday” Collection for today,
January 25 (the last Sunday of the month). Thank you for
your continued support.
New Altar Servers — All children that attend this church
from Grade 4 and up are invited to become an Altar Server
at Mass. We will be having a three-afternoon training. You
must attend all three. 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm each day:
Wednesday, January 28 through Friday, January 30. Please
sign your child up ahead of time by filling out an
application in the Parish Office. We’ll train up to ten
children. For more information please call Noël Fuentes at
683-9090 x7.
Adult Bible Study — Meets weekly, on
Wednesdays at 10:00 am in Room A/B
of the Parish Center. We are studying the
Book of Genesis. All are welcome; no
experience is necessary! For more info,
please call Melissa any afternoon, 964-4570.
Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) — About 1,000
deaths from coronary heart disease occur outside of the
hospital or emergency room every day in the United States.
Most of these deaths are due to the sudden loss of heart
function or sudden cardiac arrest. A number of these
victims, up to 50 percent, might have been saved if
automated external defibrillators (AEDs) were immediately
available. An AED is an electronic device designed to
deliver an electric shock to a victim of sudden cardiac
arrest. St. Raphael Church has three (3) AED’s on the
grounds. One is located in the Sacristy in the church, a
second one is located in St. Joseph’s room (former library)
in the School and the third one is located in a cabinet in the
A/B room. Signage indicates their locations. If you have any
questions concerning the AED’s, please email Justin at
[email protected]
Coffee and Donuts (Hospitality) Ministry —
This ministry serves coffee and donuts
after the 9:30 am Mass every Sunday
except the second Sunday of the month.
The commitment would be hosting
once or one hour per two months.
Please contact Anna Wines at (805) 896-2424.
In Need of Help?
Call St. Vincent de Paul 683-8535.
~ Calendar Highlights This Week ~
Sunday, January 25
St. Vincent de Paul “Fifth Sunday” Collection
Monday, January 26
St. Vincent de Paul, 2:00 pm, Conf. Rm.
Yr. 1 Confirmation Class, 7:00 pm, PC
Tuesday, January 27
Faith Formation, 6:30 pm, Parish Hall
Escuela de Evangelizacion, 7:00 pm, PC, MP Rm.
Wednesday, January 28
Adult Bible Study, 10:00 am, PC, Room A/B
Altar Server Training, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Church
Thursday, January 29
Altar Server Training, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Church
Friday, January 30
Altar Server Training, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Church
PC = Parish Center
The Pantry is Empty
Catholic Charities Food Pantry needs donations. You can
drop off non-perishable items at the Parish Office during
business hours. As always, thank you very much for your
continued generosity.
2014 Donation Statements
To request your 2014 donation
statement for tax purposes, please
call Maria in the Parish Office with
your full name, address, phone
number and envelope number. We
will be printing and mailing
statements during the last week of January, so it is
important that you call as soon as possible. Thank you for
your patience and Happy 2015 from all of us!
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Saint Raphael Church
January 25, 2015
Please Pray for the Sick of Our Parish
Jessie Arroyo
Raymond Arroyo
Theresa Baran
Arturo Barrios
Donald Benn
Betty Blinde
Jim Bohlig
Bill Buchanan
Barbara Burke
Fritz Cahill
Carolyn Calandro
David Carrell
Frank Cartwright
Miguel Cervantes
Humberto Chavez
Fr. Frank Colborn
Mary Contreras
Juanita Corona
Maria Cuevas
Mauricio Cuevas
Patricia Dana
Rocio de la Pena
Irene Dorado
Dennis Dziubek
Pat Dzierski
Joan Easterbrook
Thomas Easterbrook
John Esparza
Karen Everett
Mary Faila
Anthony Falcucchi
Gracie Fisher
Bernadette FloresCurto
Christian Franzen
Arturo Garcia
Yolanda Garcia
Jessie Gonzales
Noel Hensen
Raymond Hernandez
Roberto Hernandez
George Hopping
Mary Hopping
Phyllis Hudson
Alfonso Jimenez
Yolanda Jimenez
Mrs. Charles
Kristin Mahon
Elias Marks
Jerman Martinez
Michelle Martinez
Laurie May
Walter McCartney
Michael Mina
Carol Moffett
Joseph Molina
Catherine Morris
Camile Moynihan
Jose Nungaray
Teo Nungaray
Lorena OrtizSchneider
Isabel Pena
Patricia Perez
John Perrea
Lucy Plancencia
Terry Pugh
Knud Rasmussen
Hal Rich
Socorro Rivera
McKenna Robles
Edward Rodriguez
Percy Rodriguez
Donna Saar
Alfonso Salazar
Jesus Salgado
David Schrader
Dennis Tokumaru
Reyna Vargas
John Vasellina, Sr.
Elaine Ventura
Gerardo Rodriguez,
Do you know of someone who is no longer in need of
being on this list? Wish to add immediate family?
Contact the Parish Office: 967-5641.
Carry your cross on your back and take is as it comes, small or large,
whether from friends or enemies and of whatever wood it be made.
The most intelligent and happiest of men is he who, knowing that he
is doomed to carry the cross throughout life, willingly and resignedly
accepts the one God sends him.
— St. John Bosco
Sociable Seniors
For information call Helen Nooney at
(805) 968-4368 or Paul Robillard at
(805) 967-8860.
The Senior Travelers
The new year will bring some more Day
Trips and perhaps a longer trip or two for
the Sociable Seniors … check upcoming
bulletins! Call Eleanor or Max Keller (967-8296) with ideas
and suggestions for short “day trips” or with any questions
(and to sign up for a Day Trip). For information on longer
trips, call Joan Magenheimer (967-5444). Suggestions are
always welcome.
Reflecting on God's Word
First apprentice, then journeyman, and finally master.
That's the way someone "travels" when learning a trade.
But before "setting out" one must find a trustworthy master
who will accept him to study with her. Then he must
commit himself to the "journey" of learning the trade. By
watching and listening to the master, by imitating her
example and following her advice, the disciple gradually
learns her "ways."
The Scriptures this week present a journeyman, Jonah, and
a master, Jesus. Why did people trust and follow them?
People responded to Jonah because he was traveling the
way of the Lord himself; he had repented and set out on
the journey of discipleship. They responded to Jesus
because he was a master worthy of their trust and because
he invited them to be his disciples, to walk at his side and
to study his ways. People followed them not because of
their words, but because they knew the way.
— Virginia Stillwell
Protecting Our Children
Teens and tweens frequently post photos online using their
cell phones. One of the most popular mobile applications
(apps) for photo sharing is called Instagram…Instagram
allows members to digitally edit, upload and share photos
and short videos with other members through the
Instagram website, email, and other social media sites such
as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumbler, and Flickr —
all with a single click. The biggest danger for young people
is that the photos and videos that they are posting on
Instagram are accessible to countless unintended viewers…
which means the images can be viewed by anyone in the
world. For complete VIRTUS® Article with helpful tips
email: [email protected]
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Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
From the Principal’s Desk
Dear St. Raphael School Families
and Friends,
Valentine's Day is right around the
corner. For the past five years, Saint
Raphael School has sent "Hearts from
Home" to our servicemen and women around the world.
We are asking that each St. Raphael School student create
at least five Valentine's Day cards for these special people.
They need to be turned in by February 10. As your
children are creating these cards, please remember to pray
for our servicemen and women! God Bless America!
Our 27th annual auction is right around the corner, so get
ready to put on your boots for the "Round-Up". The
Golden Ticket is now available! For the past three years,
we have sold $25 raffle tickets for a grand prize raffle
award of one year's tuition paid. Tickets are available in the
school office; get yours today! The auction is on Saturday,
February 28 at the Fess Parker Doubletree Resort. Our
school auction is always a fun-filled evening.
Catholic Schools Week is January 25 - 30. Our schools
throughout the United States celebrate the uniqueness of
these wonderful institutions. On Thursday, January 29, we
will have our fourth Mass at Bishop Diego High School.
All of the Catholic school students will celebrate Mass with
our priests from our local parishes. On Friday, January 30,
we will have our Family Lunch Day from Noon to 1:00 pm
and our Open House from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Each
classroom will have something special for you to see. It's a
great opportunity to visit our other classrooms to see what
happens at the various grade levels. There will be an Open
House Passport for you to visit all of our classrooms to
receive a non-uniform pass.
Registration for the 2014-2015 school year is on March 25.
The Catholic Education Foundation Tuition Assistance
applications are now available. You can download the
forms from the e-newsletter or pick up a copy in the office.
Applications are due no later than March 10. Any late
applications will not be accepted.
Important Dates:
January 25-31: Catholic Schools Week
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Saint Raphael Youth Ministry
Leading Teens
Closer to Christ
For Teens Interested in Getting Baptized
and / or Making First Communion
We have a special sacrament class just for teens. This is
for all teens in 7th grade and older. Classes start in
October. Call John at 964-3466 ext. 1 for more
information or with questions.
St. Angela Merici
Foundress of the Ursulines, born 21 March 1474, at
Desenzano, a small town on the southwestern shore of
Lake Garda in Lombardy. When
she was approximately 15 years
old, Angela lost her parents and
was taken in by her uncle in Salò,
where she became a Tertiary of
St. Francis. When she was twenty
years old, her uncle died, and she
returned to her paternal home at
Convinced that the great need of
her times was a better instruction
of young girls in the rudiments of
the Christian religion, she converted her home into a
school where at stated intervals she daily gathered all the
little girls of Desenzano and taught them the elements of
On the 25th of November, 1535, Angela chose twelve
women and laid the foundation of the order of the
Ursulines in a small house near the Church of St. Afra in
Angela has the double distinction of founding the first
teaching congregation of women in the Church and what is
now called a “secular institute” of religious women.
Compiled from various sources. Artwork: mosaic from the Ursuline Sisters, United
States Provinces website: backlitwithjoy.wordpress.com
January 30: Open House from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
February 9: Jeans for Jesus
February 16: No School for Presidents' Day
In Mary’s Love,
Ms. Michelle Limb, Principal
Legit Quote of the Week
Disorder in society is the result of disorder in the
— Saint Angela Merici
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Saint Raphael Church
January 25, 2015
Parish Office and Catholic Community News
Parish Staff and Office Hours — The Parish Staff is
available to serve you during the following hours (with an
hour for lunch on M-F from 11:30 am-12:30 pm):
Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 am-7:30 pm
Thursday to Friday, 8:30 am–5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am-2:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am-2:00 pm
After hours emergency pager: 897-6371.
Bulletin Submissions — Bulletin announcements must
be submitted no later than Friday, at Noon, nine days prior
to the intended Sunday bulletin. Parish organizations have
priority. All announcements must be emailed or typed
clearly on paper. No phone-in announcements please. We
reserve the right to edit any announcements. You may
email your submissions to: [email protected]
St. Raphael School Non-Discrimination Policy — The
school, mindful of its mission to be a witness to the love of
Christ for all, admits students regardless of race, color or
national and/or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges,
programs and activities generally accorded or made
available to students at the school. The school does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, sex or
national and/or ethnic origin in the administration of
educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and
loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered
programs, although certain athletic leagues and other
programs may limit participation and some archdiocesan
schools operate as single sex schools. While the school does
not discriminate against students with special needs, a full
range of services may not always be available to them.
Decisions concerning the admission and continued
enrollment of a student in the school are based upon the
student’s emotional, academic and physical abilities and the
resources available to the school in meeting the student’s
Children's Liturgy Program For Ages 5-11 —
October 5 through the first Sunday in May. You do not
have to register your children and there is no fee. This is
the next stepping-stone after early childhood Sunday school
for 3-4-5 year olds. The children process out of church at
the beginning of Mass and return at the beginning of the
offertory. For more info, contact Nancy Panizzon, Director,
at (805) 964-5462.
Early Childhood Sunday Program — Classes are held
October until May during the 9:30 am Sunday Mass. The
program is for children 3, 4, and 5/6 years of age. You can
still register your child in the program by calling Cecilia
Marks at 968-6008.
Catholic Community News
Worldwide Marriage Encounter — Attend a Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend to help deepen your
communication, strengthen your relationship, rekindle your
romance and renew your sacrament. The next WWME
weekend is February 6-8 in Ventura. Contact Jeanine and
Russ Walker at (805) 648-4244. www.twocanlove.org.
Magnificat Prayer Breakfast — Saturday, February 7,
9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Santa Maria Inn. $25 per person.
Reservations: Dolly Horn (878-0420 or 934-1857 after
5:00 pm). Featured guest: Kay Murdy, author.
Catholic Daughters Annual Tea — Catholic Daughters
of the Americas will hold its annual Valentine Tea on
Friday, February 13 at Serra Hall at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $35
each and can be purchased by calling Denise at 895-0231 or
email [email protected] A reservation is only made
when paid. There is limited seating, so please make your
reservation early.
Grief Recovery Weekend for Widowed, Separated
and Divorced Individuals — A “Beginning Experience”
weekend will be held February 13-15 at the Holy Spirit
Retreat Center in Encino. “Beginning Experience” is
recognized by the Office of Family Life for the Archdiocese
of Los Angeles. For more info/registration, call Peg Setti
(818) 767-1007, Brenda Mikhail (818) 352-5265 or Maria
Rojas (310) 365-0186 (bilingual Spanish). Visit the website
Los Angeles Religious Education Congress 2015 —
March 12 (Youth Day), March 13 - 15 at the Anaheim
Convention Center. To obtain a Registration Guidebook,
contact the Religious Education office at your parish or call
the RECongress info line, (213) 637-7348 to request a copy.
Bishop Diego High School — Applications now being
accepted. Many forms of financial aid available. For more
information, please contact Lori Willis, Director of
Admissions, (805) 967-1266, ext. 118, or, you may email
[email protected] Address: 4000 La Colina Road,
Santa Barbara, CA 93110. www.bishopdiego.org.
Job Opening — At San Roque Catholic Church, 325
Argonne Circle, Santa Barbara. Custodial/Maintenance,
part-time (20-25 hours). Cleaning and tidying of church
(inside and outside). Ability to climb ladders, carry heavy
objects, work on weekends. Visit the parish website
www.parishesonline.com/sanroque, click on “News”.
Applications available at the San Roque Parish Office.
Contact Tricia Knight, (805) 687-5215.
Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
La Iglesia de San Rafael
Pagina Siete
Noticias de la Parroquia
Cambiemos Nuestras Vidas
En la primera lectura de hoy, Jonás, enviado por Dios a dar
advertencia al pueblo, atraviesa Nínive como un huracán,
asustando grandemente a los ciudadanos. ¡Y funcionó! Ellos
se arrepienten antes de que Jonás cruzara menos de la
tercera parte de la ciudad, y Dios ve “por sus obras” que se
han arrepentido del mal.
Luego oímos a Pablo que le dice a los corintios que “este
mundo que vemos es pasajero”. El les hace un llamado al
cambio de corazón. Aunque no llega a decirles que cambien
su vida cotidiana, sí les insta — un tanto misteriosamente —
a vivir como si no hicieran lo que hacen de costumbre.
Finalmente, Jesús se detiene a la orilla del lago y grita,
“¡El reino de Dios ya está cerca!” Los futuros apóstoles
abandonan sus redes y le siguen. Así es que en todas las
lecturas oímos una invitación a un cambio inmediato y
radical de nuestras vidas.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Lecturas De Hoy
Primera lectura — Con los avisos de Jonás los ninivitas se
arrepienten de su maldad y Dios no los castiga (Jonás 3:1-5,
Salmo — Descúbrenos, Señor tus caminos (Salmo 25 [24]).
Segunda lectura — El mundo que conocemos está pasando
(1 Corintios 7:29-31).
Evangelio — El reino de Dios ha llegado. Tomen otro
camino y crean en la Buena Nueva (Marcos 1:14-20).
Protegiendo a Los Niños
Los adolescentes y preadolescentes publican a menudo
fotografías en línea empleando sus teléfonos celulares. Una
de las aplicaciones más populares para compartir
fotografías en los dispositivos móviles se llama Instagram.
Instagram permite que los miembros editen, descarguen y
compartan digitalmente fotografías y videos cortos con
otros miembros por medio del sitio web de Instagram,
correo electrónico y otros sitios de los medios sociales
como Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumbler y Flickr,
todo con un solo clic. El mayor peligro para los jóvenes es
que a las fotografías y los videos que publican otros jóvenes
en Instagram puede tener acceso un sinnúmero de
espectadores a los cuales no se destinan…lo que significa
que cualquier persona del mundo puede ver las imágenes.
Para el artículo completo de VIRTUS® con consejos para
los padres y adultos que cuidan, manden correo electrónico
a [email protected]
Formación en la Fe —¿Eres líder en tu comunidad de
fe? ¿Estás buscando formación en tu fe católica? ¿Sabes de
la historia de la Iglesia, de sus documentos, de lo que cree,
vive y celebra? Ven a profundizar tu fe católica y a
Aprender estrategias pastorales para que te capacites a ser
un mejor líder ministerial laico. La Arquidiócesis de Los
Ángeles a través del Instituto de Pastoral y Evangelización
(IPE), un programa de formación en la fe de tres años,
ofrece clases mensuales de un fin de semana al mes (cada
tercer fin de semana de cada mes) en el área de
espiritualidad, teología, pastoral y formación humana. La
sede de reuniones es en la Parroquia de San Rafael. Para
más información comunícate con los coordinadores de
centro: Sergio Lopez (805) 689-5087 ([email protected])
y Ana López (805) 895-2027 ([email protected]). Nuestro
horario es: sábado de 8:30 am a 5:30 pm. Domingo de 8:30
am a 1:30 pm (recuerden es cada tercer fin de semana de
cada mes). Comparte con el mundo la luz de la fe en
Cristo. ¡Ven acepta el reto de crecer en tu fe católica pues
entre más preparado estés, mejor instrumento de Dios eres
para su servicio!
Congreso de Educación Religiosa de Los Ángeles
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.
Este Congreso anual es patrocinado por la Oficina de
Educación Religiosa de la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles, y
tiene una variedad de oportunidades para enriquecimiento
en la fe, oración y entretenimiento. Además de los talleres,
los participantes disfrutarán de la oración matutina,
liturgias vespertinas y una variedad de conciertos al
mediodía y por la noche. Visita la página 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) 6377348 para solicitar una copia del libro de inscripciones.
Los Santos y Otras Celebraciones
domingo: Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario;
Semana de las Escuelas Católicas
San Timoteo y san Tito
Santa Ángela de Meríci
Santo Tomás de Aquino
San Juan Bosco
¿Necesita Ayuda?
Recuerde llamar al 683-8535, San Vicente de Paul.

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