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23rd sunday in ordinary time
Welcome to St. Anthony of Padua. Today we celebrate the:
Bienvenidos a San Antonio de Padua. Hoy celebramos el:
23RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
XXIII DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 - 23 RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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STEWARDSHIP & PARISH INFORMATION
St. Anthony of Padua Pastoral Staff
(559) 439-0124
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Rob D. Wenzinger ext. 104
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar : Rev. Bert Mello
Parish Deacons
Rev. Mr. Edward C. Valdez
Rev. Mr. Ricardo DeLeon
Parish Sisters
Sister, Flor Azevedo, FHIC
Sister, Rosa Maria Branco, FHIC
Sister/Hermana, Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ
Support Staff
Finance/Facilities
Tom Neumeier
[email protected]
Parish Administrator
Mary Mosier
[email protected]
Admin Asst. Clergy Appt’s
Chris Shiveley
[email protected]
Accts. Receivable
Lilli Angela Antonio
[email protected]
Bookkeeper
Sherry Otero
[email protected]
Webmaster
Lisa Hendey
[email protected]
Bulletin Editor
email bulletin articles to:
[email protected]
ext. 243
ext. 103
ext 101
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LET’S BE DISCIPLES Do I need to
be perfect before I can point out the
faults of others? Many good Catholic
disciples watch other disciples go
down the road to destruction because
they feel it is not their place to talk to
someone else about his or her sins
and failings. They tell themselves,
“Who am I to say anything? I have sins
too. I am not perfect. I am afraid that my friend will yell at me and call
me a hypocrite.” It is true that it is hypocritical to be committing the
exact the same sin as the person you would like to approach. So
change your ways and start helping others. Perfection is not a
requirement in Jesus’ teaching. We must ask ourselves if what we are
about to say is totally motivated out of love for the other person versus
our own selfish motives. We can follow the process Jesus offers in the
Scriptures today. It is also important to not only pray about the
situation, but to pray with the person you see going down the wrong
path. Where two or three gather in his name, Jesus is there.
In Baptism, each of us was made a prophet like Ezekiel. That means
we too are watchmen in the Church. It is not right to assume that we
cannot help other people because we are not yet perfect. Yet it is true
that you must be willing to listen to other disciples who come to talk
with you about your own faults. There is a lot at stake. So let’s be
disciples who care about other disciples. ©2014 Life Teen, Inc. All rights reserved.
ext 120
This weekend is our second collection to benefit our Parish
Improvement Fund. Thank you for your support and
prayers for our parish community!
FOR THE WEEKEND OF
AUGUST 31, 2014
This week’s plate income:
$21,879.00
Last year’s plate income:
$22,791.00
Difference:
Living Stewardship Now
Offer simple words of thanks to anyone who does a service for
you. Nothing is too unimportant to acknowledge. No one is
unimportant enough to be overlooked. Copyright © 2010, World Library
Publications. All rights reserved.
-$912.00
YEAR TO DATE PLATE COLLECTION
7/1/12 – 6/30/2013
$ 1,301,985.16
7/1/13 – 6/30/2014
$ 1,297,251.66
Difference:
- $ 4,733.50
THANKS FOR SHARING WHAT GOD HAS
GIVEN YOU WITH OUR PARISH!
As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one
another as good stewards of God's varied grace.
1 Peter 4:10
In Saint Paul’s leƩer to the Romans he suggests that God lavishes his love
upon us through Jesus Christ, who calls us to the kind of loving relaƟonship,
if we so choose it, that demands accountability. It is like, in Saint Paul’s
vocabulary, a kind of “debt” that we can never “pay-in-full.” But we begin to
repay by following the direcƟon of one of the most familiar statements in
the Bible: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Good stewards realize that God
does not call them just to love those who are easy to love, but to love the
unloved and the hard-to-love people in this world as well. This week, remind
yourself: “I am put here as an ambassador of God’s love.”
7 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2014 - XXI1I DOMINGO DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
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MASS INTENTIONS, PRAYERS & PETITIONS
READINGS AND MASS INTENTIONS (SEPT 7 - SEPT 14, 2014)
TODAY’S READINGS CAN BE FOUND AT #993-A
SUNDAY 9/7
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
MONDAY 9/8
6:45 am
8:00 am
TUESDAY 9/9
6:45 am
8:00 am
9/10
6:45 am
8:00 am
THURSDAY 9/11
6:45 am
8:00 am
FRIDAY 9/12
6:45 am
8:45 am(School Mass)
SATURDAY
5:15 pm
7:00 pm (Spanish)
SUNDAY 9/14
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
EZ 33:7-9; PS 95:1-2, 6-9; ROM 13:8-10; MT 18:15-20
† Juanita Manzula by Manuel Manzula
Intentions of Charles Mendoza by Eliose Mendoza
† Della Maggiore Holt by Ella J. Renna
Pro Populo
† Dorothy Goold by John Mulligan
† Johnny Hopkins by Kit Hopkins
MI 5:1-4A OR ROM 8:28-30; PS 13:6; MT 1:1-16, 18-23 [18-23]
† Carrie Ann Penchuk by her family
† Carl Orlando by Mike & Sara Orlando
1 COR 6:1-11; PS 149:1B-6A, 9B; LK 6:12-19
† Herman Baba by Craig, Susan, Claire & Sean
† Deceased Members of The Johnson Family by Patricia
Johnson
1 COR 7:25-31; PS 45:11-12, 14-17; LK 6:20-26
† Gene Krebs by Zetta Hadden
† Jose Vargas by Monica King
1 COR 8:1B-7, 11-13; PS 139:1B-3, 13-14AB, 23-24; LK 6:27-38
† Martha Rodriguez by Dianna Mirzai
† Peter Raimondi & All who lost their lives, on 9/11/2001
by Antoinette & Angelo Pecora
1 COR 9:16-19, 22B-27; PS 84:3-6, 12; LK 6:39-42
Intentions of Mary Beth Perez by Marvin Perez
† Virginia Donleavey by Savonna & Mark
1 COR 10:14-22; PS 116:12-13, 17-18; LK 6:43-49
† Mariano Bucu by Concha Bucu & family
† Laura Angelica Bravo por su Esposo & hijos
NM 21:4B-9; PS 78:1-2, 34-38; PHIL 2:6-11; JN 3:13-17
† Norman “Bucky” Harris by Phil & Dorothy Christensen
† Leona Garber by Leonard Garber
† Sam & Angie Megna by Betty Uggla
Intenciónes de cumpleaños para Edgar Briseño
Pro Populo
† Elizabeth Fry by her daughters
Sacraments Support Staff
(559) 439-0124
Infant Baptisms & Funerals
Teri Loera
ext 102
[email protected]
Marriage Coordinator
Lynn Medeiros
ext 116
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
ext 222
[email protected]
THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
We welcome the infants who were recently
initiated into the family of Christ.
Marcela Bolaños Trinidad,
Ameliah Georgie Lagrange,
Logan Sebastian Lagrange,
Isabella Meza Verdugo
May they always feel the love of God
working through their lives as they are
guided by their parents and godparents.
Baptisms are celebrated at St. Anthony on
Please schedule your child’s baptismal
date and your Baptismal Preparation Class
in the Parish Office.
THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Couples should contact the parish office to
make an appointment with the parish
marriage coordinator at least six months
in advance of any wedding date to begin
preparations.
MARRIAGE BANNS:
The following couple will marry in
the coming weeks:
Eli Gaitan and Erica Sagastume
Frank William Jackson and Diane Coderniz
RECENTLY REQUESTED
Eddie Rontell by Margaret Simone
Gorma Giannetta & John Olmstead by Gary & Donna Giannetta
Ed Rontell by Dan & JoAnn Suchy
Barbara Hioco & Marge Nelson by SA Queen of the Holy Family Guild
Kayla Murphy by Francis & Lenore Samson
Paloma Simeone by Josephine Sciola
Mike Fiore by Ed, Kathy, & Marius Signorello
Jack Hall by Georgina, Santino, Marcella Reynolds
Ed Rontell by The Frye Family
Pray for the Sick:
We pray for: Marge Nelson, Ambrose Facio, Wesley Hodson, Kayla
Murphy, Bruno Ferioli, John Hall, and all the faithful departed. Eternal
rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them.
If you know of any canonical reason for
them not to be married, please contact the
parish office.
Condolences:
We pray for Marge Nelson,
Ramon Ramirez, Wesley
Hodson, Ambrose Facio, and all
the faithful departed. Eternal rest
grant unto them, O Lord, and let
perpetual light shine upon them.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 - 23 RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Religious Education & Sacraments
(559) 439-0124
Children's Religious Education
Mary Socorro Briseño
ext 119
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Secretary
Aida Bolton
ext 115
[email protected]
High School Sacraments
Sharon Christison
ext 111
[email protected]
Youth Group Assistant
Jenise Coates
ext 110
[email protected]
ACCEPTING LATE
REGISTRATIONS
BEFORE SEPT. 19th
This program is for continuous Religious Education & Sacrament Preparation
Classes will be held on:
Sundays: 3:30 - 4:45 PM or Tuesdays: 6:30 - 7:45 PM
(2nd year of preparation additional Thursdays: 6:30 - 7:45PM)
Registration forms are available at the church entrances,
parish office, and on our website: www.stanthonyfresno.org
For more information please contact:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119 or [email protected]
IF YOUR CALLING IS TO SHARE YOUR FAITH WITH CHILDREN
Become a volunteer for the GIFT Religious Education program.
You may reach Mary Briseño at the above contact information.
Please pray for all students and volunteers.
This Gospel reminds me of a time in my
life when I failed to make things right
with a friend. I was hurt by his actions,
failed to talk to him about it, and
ultimately failed to forgive him. I skipped
the parts of the Gospel that say to tell
him alone, then tell him with a few
people, then tell him with a crowd and
went straight to persecuting him. When I
look back at this event I ask myself what
Jesus would do in a situation like this and
I know he would have acted differently
than I did. I am reminded of God’s
endless mercy and passionate love for us
and am motivated to show that same
mercy and love to my friend.
Thomas, 17 - LIFETEEN
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, FAITH FORMATION & PARISH MINISTRIES
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS
Sessions are held every Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the
Conference Room. Anyone interested in completing
their sacraments of initiation ~ Baptism, Confirmation
or Eucharist ~ is welcome to join us.
ADULT CONFIRMATION:
If you are Catholic, older than high school and have been thinking about
investigating how to receive your Confirmation, you’ve found it! Sessions
are held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00pm in the Conference
Room of the Parish Center. New folks are welcome at any time… but
NOW is a GREAT time to start with the formation process. If you have
questions regarding RCIA or English Adult Confirmation call Martha for
more details: 439-0124, ext. 114 or email:
Confirmation l is open to all teens who are sophomores, juniors and
seniors. We offer a two year program for High School Youth. We meet
twice a month, for the most part, on Sunday evenings with our LifeTeen
Youth Group. These consist of attending the LifeTeen 6:00pm Mass and
then gathering in the Social Hall for our Life Night.
Confirmation 2 is open to juniors and seniors who have completed
their first year sessions. Registration packets will be sent in the mail in
late August. Our first session is Sunday September 7th. Parents and
teens please attend the 6:00pmMass and then the teens only need to
attend the session from 7:00pm - 8:30pm.
Para mas información sobre la Confirmación en español ver pagina #8
Marian Eucharist Conference
For all High School Teens
Saturday, September 27, 2014 - 8:30am - 4:30pm $25.00
Fresno Hotel and Conference Center
2233 Ventura, Fresno, California 93721
Join us for our 26th Annual Congress at the
Visalia Convention Center, October 11, 2014, and
for Youth Day on October 12, 2014. We
anticipate the days to be filled with fun, faith
sharing, and worship as we gather to celebrate our
theme, “United in the Feast”. It is at the feast that
the Lord sets before us that we are nourished for
our journey as God’s people, so we can go forth to share the Good
News joyfully! All adults and youth over 14 years old are invited to
register for this event. Come and be fed!
Online Registration for both days is available at
www.dioceseoffresno.org/congress, and registration books are now
available at the Office of Ministries, or though our parish office. For
more information, please call the Office of Ministries at (559) 488-7474.
Adult Religious Education-RCIA
And Sunday Pre-School
(559) 439-0124
Martha Danks-Ferguson
ext 114
[email protected]
@Pontifex Sept 2
The Christian who does not feel that the Virgin
Mary is his or her mother is an orphan.
@Pontifex August 30
The Lord always forgives us and walks at our
side. We have to let him do that.
@Pontifex August 28
From the cross, Christ teaches us to love even
those who do not love us.
Prayer for our Priests
Mary, Mother of Jesus, throw your mantle of
purity over our priests. Protect them, guide
them, and keep them in your heart.
Be a Mother to them, especially in times of
discouragement and loneliness.
Love them and keep them belonging
completely to Jesus. Like Jesus, they, too, are
your sons, so keep their hearts pure and
virginal. Keep their minds filled with Jesus,
and put Jesus always on their lips,
so that he is the one they offer to sinner and
to all they meet.
Mary, Mother of Jesus, be their Mother,
loving them and bringing them joy.
Take special care of sick and dying priests,
and the ones most tempted. Remember how
they spent their youth and old age,
their entire lives serving and giving all to
Jesus. Mary, bless them and keep a special
place for them in your heart. Give them a
piece of your heart, so beautiful and pure and
immaculate, so full of love and humility, so
that they, too, can grow in the likeness of
Christ. Dear Mary, make them humble like
you, and holy like Jesus. Amen
Blessed Mother Teresa
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PARISH MINISTRIES
Parish Ministries
(559) 439-0124
Norma Jean Liscano
Ministries Secretary
[email protected]
Sister Rosa
[email protected]
Sister Flor
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
[email protected]
ROSARY TO OUR LADY OF THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL
ext 105
Please join us for the Rosary to Our Lady of the Miraculous immediately
after the First Saturday Mass and also at 8am on the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th
Saturdays mornings with no Mass scheduled.
ext 112
COME JOIN THE SONG!
ext 122
ext 222
Catholic Professionals
& Business Club
Come
join
us
Friday,
September 12th breakfast
with an intimate interview
with Fresno State president
Dr. Joseph Castro. Details
see page 10
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE! “Those who sing,
pray twice.” The St. Anthony’s Adult Choir invites
you to double your prayer life. Come and sing with us. We sing every
Sunday at the11AM Mass; and we rehearse every Wednesday from 78:30PM in Room 22. Do the math: that’s a lot of praying! Call David
Sarkisian for more information: 439-0124, ext 222
LIBRARY NEWS!
Come join our Spiritual Book Reading Series
“Jesus Our Guide, a Faith & Life Series” Come join us every
first Sunday of the month @ 2:30pm, the library ministry volunteers
meet for one hour of reading and fellowship. We are presently reading
the book, “Jesus Our Guide, a Faith and Life Series #4. All our
welcome. Our next reading hour will be September 7th. We will meet
at the library at 2:30pm at the Bullard wing of the church. Question
contact Leona at: 432-5435!
ST. ANN’S BRIDGE CLUB
THERE WILL BE NO
FOOD DRIVE IN SEPTEMBER!
SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!
AS ALWAYS...THANK YOU FOR
YOUR GENEROSITY!
Come join us Monday, September 8th, at 12:00pm in
the Conference Room. For reservations call Rose Marie
at: 439-2601 or Ann at: 439-1649. New comers are
always welcomed!
TAIZÉ PRAYER SERVICE
Come join us Monday, September 22nd @
7:30pm in the Main at St. Anthony of Padua
Church. The experience is the singing of
refrains, hearing Scripture, praying, simplicity
and silence for an extended period of time. This prayer is for people of
all ages. The music is easy, repetitive, uplifting, very meditative and
moving. We sing, we pray, we meditate and we leave in peace. It is
very simple. If you have any questions? Please contact the Office of
Ministries at: 439-0124, x112 or 105.
FATIMA’S FAITHFUL MONTHLY MEETING
Come join Fatima's Faithful Group on Thursday,
September 25, @ 6:30pm in the Conference Room.
Msgr. Ray Dreiling, V.G., will be our guest speaker.
New comers are always welcome. For further information
please contact Sr. Rosa Maria in the Office of Ministries
at:439-0124, 112.
MONTHLY MEMORIAL MASS
The next Memorial Mass will be on Saturday,
September 20, 2014 @ 5:15pm. This Mass is
in honor of those who passed away a year ago
in September 2013, a candle will be lit in
memory of their names here at St. Anthony’s Church. We invite
members of the families to come up after Mass to take the candle home
as a memorial to your loved one. Questions? Please call 439-0124,
ext. 105 or 112.
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PARISH MINISTRIES & OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
CATHOLIC SCOUTING
Catholic Scouting will be celebrated at the 5:15pm Saturday Mass
on September 13th. Please join us to celebrate the activities and
accomplishment so Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and American
Heritage Girls. All scouts are encouraged to attend in Uniform - the front
rows of the church will be reserved for uniformed scouts and adult
leaders. Scouts wishing to participate need to arrive by 4:45pm
TUESDAY NIGHT FAITH BIBLE STUDY
This class will RESUME on Tuesday, September 16th,
2014 w/Deacon Ed Valdez @ 7pm in Room #21. Bring
your bibles & a friend. Hope to see you there! “Always be
ready to give a reason for your hope...” ~ 1 Peter 3:15
PAUL'S LETTER TO THE ROMANS:
Join our Little Rock Scripture Study on Tuesdays, at 7:00pm in the
Board Room of the Parish Center. Study materials will be available
when you arrive. Fee for materials is $20. This group is available to any
adult interested in further study of the New Testament. For questions,
please contact Martha: [email protected]
LEGION OF MARY GROUP
This group meets every Tuesday from 5pm-6pm in the Parish Office
Boardroom. Newcomers are welcome to join at anytime.
Questions? Contact the office of ministries at: 439-0124, ext. 112.
CELEBRATE RECOVERY GROUP
This group meets every Tuesday from 6:30pm to 8:00pm in Room #23
at the School. Anyone is welcome to join in at anytime.
Questions call: 439-0124 x112.
WOMEN’S THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
Resumes Thursday, September 18th - 10am- 11:30am
in Room 21. A Study from the Word on Fire Catholic
Ministries by Fr. Robert Barron titled “The Eucharist.”
The books will be available for purchase. Childcare will
be provided in Room 24. A permanent childcare provider is needed; if
you are interested in volunteering, (i.e. college students, retired ladies,
CCD helpers, etc.). please contact Sr. Rosa Maria in the Parish Office
at: 439-0124, ext. 112. Any questions? Nivia at: 285-2727 or Dina at:
960-7116. All women are welcome!
ENGLISH CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP
Please join us every Friday, 7pm Rm#23 to praise and worship our God
through songs, inspired teachings and powerful life conversion
experiences and stories. Let us give Glory to God! For more information
please call: Ben or Christy Villas: 271-1246 or Sr Rosa: 439-0124 ext. 112
HOLY HOUR / PERPETUAL ADORATION
Jesus waits with open arms choose your hour….
*Red means Urgent Adorers Needed!
Mondays: 3am, & 4am
Tuesdays: 1am, 9am, 10am, 11am & 9pm
Wednesdays: 2am, 3pm & 9pm
Thursdays: 12am, 1am, 12pm, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm & 11pm
Fridays: 1am, 2am, 3am, 5pm, 6pm & 11pm
Saturdays: 12am, 9am, 1pm & 4pm
Sundays: 4am, 10am, 11am, 3pm, 4pm & 10pm
Please see the schedule is posted on the wall across from the
Adoration Chapel. For assistance please call Office of Ministries at
439-0124, ext. 112 or 105. Thank you & God bless...
St. Agnes Mission
TAMALE SALE
Sat. September 20th-12 noon to 4pm
Delicious Homemade pork tamales
$20.00 dz.
Please call in your orders in advance to the
church office 559-439-2100 or contact Miguel Mireles 259-4205.
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SAVE THE DATE!
St. Agnes Mission Annual Church Carnival
Sat. Sept. 27th from 1 to 7pm
Food, Fun, family entertainment, music,
Bingo, Raffle prizes...Whole lot more!!
(If you would like to donate a Raffle prize
please contact the church office: 439-2100)
Silver Angels Senior Ministry
Too hot for a trip to the
zoo? Let us bring the
zoo to you!
We invite you to join us
for an afternoon with:
Tuesday, October 7th, 11:30am
Pardini’s (Shaw & Van Ness)
Entrée: Chicken Marsala
Price: $13.00 Hope to see you there!
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PAGINA 8
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Hispanic Ministries Staff
(559) 439-0124
Hispanic Ministries Director
Director de Ministerios Hispanos
Edgar Briseno
ext 173
[email protected]
Hispanic Ministries Assistant
Asistente de Ministerios Hispanos
Hna. Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ ext. 113
[email protected]
VAMOS A SER DISCÍPULOS
¿Necesito ser perfecto antes de que pueda
señalar las faltas de los demás? Muchos
buenos discípulos católicos miran a otros
discípulos ir por el camino de la destrucción
porque ellos sienten que no es su lugar
para hablar con alguien acerca de sus
pecados y fracasos. Ellos se dicen a si
mismos, "quién soy yo para decirles algo? Yo también tengo pecados.
No soy perfecto. Temo que mi amigo me grite y me llame un hipócrita."
Es cierto que es hipócrita estar cometiendo exactamente el mismo
pecado como la persona que te gustaría abordar. Así que cambia sus
costumbres y empieza a ayudar a los demás. La perfección no es un
requisito en la enseñanza de Jesús. Debemos preguntarnos si lo que
estamos a punto de decir es totalmente motivado por amor a la otra
persona en vez de nuestros propios motivos egoístas. Podemos seguir
el proceso de que Jesús ofrece hoy en las escrituras. También es
importante no sólo orar acerca de la situación, sino orar con la persona
que vez que se está yendo por el camino equivocado. Donde dos o tres
se reúnan en su nombre, Jesús está allí. En el bautismo, cada uno de
nosotros nos hicimos profetas como Ezequiel. Eso significa que
nosotros también somos vigilantes en la iglesia. No es bueno asumir
que no podemos ayudar a otras personas porque todavía no somos
perfectos. Sin embargo es cierto que debes estar dispuesto a escuchar
a otros discípulos que vienen a hablar contigo acerca de sus propias
fallas. Hay mucho en juego. Así que vamos a ser discípulos que se
preocupan por otros discípulos. ©2014 Life Teen, Inc. All rights reserved.
SEGUNDA COLECTA
Este fin de semana es nuestra segunda colecta fondo para
el mantenimiento de nuestra parroquia. Gracias por su
apoyo y sus oraciones por nuestra comunidad parroquial!
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PAGINA 9
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS / HISPANIC MINISTRIES
ESTAMOS ACEPTANDO
INSCRIPCIONES
TARDÍAS ANTES del 19 de
SEPTIEMBRE
Las clases se llevaran acabo los: domingos: 3:30 - 4:45 PM
(2do año de preparación también asisten los jueves: 6:30 - 7:45PM)
@Pontifex_es 2 de septiembre.
Está huérfano el cristiano que no percibe a la
Virgen María como Madre.
@Pontifex_es 30 de agosto.
El Señor siempre nos perdona y nos
acompaña. Es cuestión nuestra dejarnos
perdonar y acompañar.
@Pontifex_es 28 de agosto.
Cristo en la cruz nos enseña a amar, también
a los que no nos aman.
Las formas de inscripción esta disponibles en las entradas de la
iglesia, en la oficina de la parroquia, y en nuestra pagina de internet:
www.stanthonyfresno.org
Para mas información por favor comuníquese con: Mary Briseño al
439-0124 ext. 119 o email: [email protected]
.
PARA JÓVENES DE HIGH SCHOOL DEL 9 AL 12 GRADO
HOY DOMINGO 7 DE SEPTIEMBRE 2014
VIRGEN DE
JUQUILA
El grupo de la devoción
de la Virgen de Juquila
de St. Anthony of
Padua invita a toda la
comunidad a su
próximo rosario a la
Virgen de Juquila el
martes 8 de septiembre a las 7:00pm
en la Capilla de Guadalupe.
3:30PM SALÓN SOCIAL
para todos los estudiantes de confirmación
¡NO TE VAS HA ARREPENTIR!
Reunión de padres el Domingo 14 de septiembre salón #24
¿ESTAS EN LA HIGH
SCHOOL Y TODA VÍA
NO TE CONFIRMAS?
ENTONCES INSCRÍBETE HOY Y ACOMPÁÑANOS EN EL
SALÓN SOCIAL 3:30PM ¡NO TE VAS HA ARREPENTIR!
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN
El Grupo de Oración se reúne los miércoles a las 7pm en el Salón #24
de la escuela. Acompáñanos
EL ESTUDIO BÍBLICO DE LITTLE ROCK
Próximo Estudio: El Evangelio de San Mateo
Acompáñanos: Jueves 11 de sepƟembre 7:00pm
Salón #21 y trae tu Biblia!
Este evangelio de hoy me recuerda una vez
en mi vida cuando fallé hacer las cosas con
un amigo. Estaba lastimado por sus
acciones, falle hablar con él y de última
instancia falle en perdonarlo. Me salté las
partes del evangelio que dice, que hable con
él a solas, decirle con otras personas, y
luego decirle con una multitud y fui directo
a acosarlo. Cuando miro hacia atrás a este
evento me pregunto lo que Jesús haría en
una situación como ésta y sé que él habría
actuado de manera diferente a la mía. Estoy
siendo constantemente recordado de la
infinita misericordia de Dios y su
apasionado amor por nosotros y estoy
motivado para mostrar esa misma
misericordia y amor a mi amigo.
Tomerot, 16 - LIFETEEN
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SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 - 23 RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
OTHER NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Women's Silent Retreat
Join us for a spiritually moving retreat at
St. Clare's Retreat Center in Soquel, CA in
the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains. The
Retreat Master is Father Serge Propst,
OP. This year's topic is "Life of Perfection
for the Laity". The cost is $140 per person
for a private room, $130 per person for a
shared room. Cost includes retreat
conferences, room, and meals. The
retreat begins Friday, September 12th,
at 6:00pm and ends Sunday, September
14th at 1:00pm. For more information or
to reserve your spot, please contact
Shannon Farley at 559-906-9767
or [email protected]
Date: September 12th
Time: 7:00am - 8:30am (Program begins at 7:15am)
Where: Pardini's Banquet Room - Van Ness & Shaw Avenue
Cost: $15.00 members & guests of members$20.00 non-members
Joseph I. Castro, Ph.D., M.P.P.
CP&BC Fresno is kicking off our new fiscal year at
our Friday, September 12th breakfast with an intimate
interview with Fresno State president Dr. Joseph Castro. Past
CP&BC president, Pat Ogle, will talk one-on-one with Dr.
Castro about his family upbringing, including where "church"
was or wasn't a part. We will hear how Joseph and Mary
Castro first met and enjoy a little background on their three
children.
Dr. Castro will share details about how his personal Catholic
faith has been, and remains, integral to raising his family and fostering
professional relationships. We will also hear how the impact of a near-miss
serious car collision was a wake-up call for him spiritually.
As the head of a state university, we will learn about the ways Dr. Castro can,
and has, shared the importance of spirituality with students, faculty and staff
and what organizations like CP&BC may exist in the academic/education
sector for one to participate and share their faith with others.
Pat will also delve into how the Castros are involved with others away from
campus in sharing their love for the Lord.
It will be exciting to hear what Dr. Castro believes are his impacts of his first
year as president, especially considering he is the first California native and
first Latino to lead Fresno State - just a few miles from his family home in
Hanford.
Dr. Castro will conclude with what he would like to see Fresno State
accomplish under his leadership during the current academic year and
perhaps take a question or two from the audience, time permitting.
The September 12th breakfast is surely one you, your family and business
associates will not want to miss.
For questions, more information or reservations, call
(559) 434-2722 (559)227- 4048 Pamela Williams
DR. THOMAS PENMAN
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Most Insurance & Medi-Cal Welcome
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Open Mon-Sat: 9am-6pm • Se Habla Español
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224-5988 • 224-5989
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John W. Feaster, D.D.S.
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Faces!
CENTER FOR FACIAL AESTHETICS AND REJUVENATION
PETER T. TRUONG, M.D.
Surgeon & Parishioner
434-9497 • Ft. Washington & Friant Rd.
www.facialsurgerydr.com
Medically Supervised
Weight Loss
6137 N. Thesta St., Ste. 101A
(559) 447-9056
2150 E. McKinley Ave. Fresno CA 93703
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The Salcedo Family
Grocery and Natural Foods, Quality at affordable prices
Deli, Homemade Salads and Dishes
Kid’s Day Activities, First Saturday of every month from 2-4 PM
NE Corner of Herndon & West
(559) 432-3306
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The Finest in Banquets
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Call 222-9923
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Most Dental Insurance Accepted
Gentle & Professional Staff
Hablamos Español
“2 Generations Serving Fresno for Over 35 Years”
Flooring and Complete Remodeling
“You Dream It, WE’LL DO IT”
559-436-0677
Fig Tree Plaza
SE Corner of Bullard and West
www.JaimesHomeDesigns.com
Christine Shirinian - Parishioner
Jaime Martinez - Parishioner
Lic. #842258
1932 E. Home
(559)
10% OFF
Nene’s Gardening
Hanford, CA
Maurice Cameron & Bill Warmerdam
Janine
Esquivel
Abogada/Attorney
Parishioner/Accepting New Patients
Accepts VISA and MC
Speaks Tagalog and Spanish
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Para una consulta, lláme al
559.266.7007
1315 Van Ness Ave. #100
La Abogada
Habla Español
559-488-7449
www.DioceseofFresno.org/cemeteries
Ph: (559) 439-2991
2377 W. Shaw # 208, Fresno, CA
Michael W. Berdinella
490-1590
Accident Injury and Criminal Law
CATERING AVAILABLE
1365 N. Willow, Clovis 93619
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559.299.2504
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www.guadalajarafresno.com
Attorney At Law
436-8000
[email protected]
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St. Anthony’s
School
Graduate and
Parishioner
726 W. Barstow, Fresno, CA
(Palm and Barstow)
St. Anthony’s Parishioner Since 1979
Se Habla Español
ADOLPH’S A-1 TREE SERVICE
TREES AND STUMPS REMOVED
Trimming • Topping • Transplanting
Pruning • Shrubs Trimmed & Removed
Chipping • Stump Grinding
General Clean-up • Hauling
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Senior Citizen Discount
224-1005
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Certified Residential Specialist
DRE #00554312
Nazareth House
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9433 N. Fort Washington Rd., Fresno 93730
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NICHOLAS ORME, MD, INC.
General Practice
Bi-Lingual - Spanish
Parishioner
COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL
REFRIGERATION
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EL AGUA
ES ASUNTO
DE TODOS
062360 St Anthony of Padua Church (A)
264 N. Blythe Ave., Fresno
FAMILY LAW
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268-6286
125 E. Barstow, Suite 129
(Blackstone and Barstow,
behind Auto Zone)
221-7303
221-0578
559.268.9528
Mausoleums, Traditional Ground Burial
Niches for Cremation
Competitive Prices
Affordable Pre-Need Financing Available
Se Habla Español
Catherine Irasusta, D.D.S.
Gentle Family Dentistry
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Mention Bulletin for
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St. Peter’s, Holy Cross, Calvary
BANKRUPTCY
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Knights of Columbus,
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Residential Commercial
Free Estimates Ignacio Diaz
Fencing, Complete clean-ups
All types of Yard Repairs, Sprinklers
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AIR CONDITIONING
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