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Good Shepherd Catholic Parish S
Good Shepherd Catholic Parish
St. Mary ’s, H oly Fa mily, St. Th omas th e Apostle
& St. Charle s Borromeo
July 24, 2016
Don’t miss chance to buy tickets for Festival of Trees!
Christmas comes early each year at St. Mary’s Parish Hall
when the Festival of Trees fills the hall with more than 300
guests all vying for door and raffle prizes valued at
thousands of dollars.
Each year, the luncheon and raffle ticket sales bring in an
impressive $7,000-9,000 in proceeds to benefit a variety of
organizations in the parish. This year, the event will
continue to offer its proceeds to the Bethlehem Center in
its continuing effort to cloth and feed the neediest people
in our community.
Get Your Tickets!
We are approaching the ticket deadline. All tickets must
be purchased in advance by July 29. The luncheon is slated
to take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6 at
the Parish Hall.
24-30 gracious sponsors will showcase their special
theme, be it Wedding, Minions, Peacock or Angels and
more, each having decorated a four foot artificial lighted
Christmas tree or similar including unwrapped gifts.
(Sponsors give from their heart and artistic talent spending
over $150 per tree.) .
Tricky tray tickets are sold at the event to win the tree of
your choice. 50-100 door prizes are given away with some
items generously donated from our parishioners.
Open table seating for individual tickets holders is
$25.00. An identified table of 8 for $200 is
available for groups or ministries wanting to
sit together. Ticket sales deadline is July 20.
St. Mary's Boy Scout troop helps with
the drink stations, set-up, clean-up, and
serving those in attendance with coffee
and water refills. But best of all they
sell 50/50 raffle tickets where the
2015 winner received over
$1,000.00.
Volunteers are always needed
to help set up the hall and
wrap door prizes. Call Shirley
Mitchell at 559-805-4092 or
the Bethlehem Center at
559-734-1572, Maggie
Castillo for ticket information and
volunteer opportunity dates for Festival of
Trees. All are invited to join the Bethlehem
fundraising committee, we welcome your
ideas.
Welcome!
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors, families and friends of our
community! We hope the information in this week’s bulletin is a helpful resource.
To register with our parish, complete the online form at www.gscparish.org. It’s
that easy! Thank you for choosing to visit Good Shepherd Catholic Parish
(formerly The Catholic Church of Visalia).
Get More Online
Our parish is alive and well with many activities
taking place every day at all of our campuses and
churches. Continue the conversation online at our
new website, Facebook and our mobile application.
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SANCTUARY FLOWER
DEDICATIONS
ST. MARY’S
The arrangement at the
altar this weekend is in loving
memory of JOE ESSWIEN, JR.
on what would have been his
birthday, July 24th, the gift
of Joanne and Pat Wilson.
WEBSITE
Find additional information about parish events,
upcoming liturgies and more. Our new website is
located at: www.gscparish.org
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MOBILE APPLICATION
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Events and Direction in the palm of your hand.
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Google Play.
Weekly Collection
Your continued generosity in the weekly
collections is greatly appreciated. The collection
amount for the week ending, Jun 17, 2016:
All
All
Plate Collection Amount:
Peter’s Pence:
$28,408.38
$9,875.29
OUR BELOVED DEPARTED
In the kindness of your prayers, please remember
our most recently deceased:
ELISABETH ELAINE “LIBBY” ROMANI
wife of Joseph Romani
MARY MAGANA
mother of Ramon Magana
TOMAS SAENZ
husband of Christine Saenz
Catholic Center
PARISH OFFICE
506 N. Garden St.
Visalia, CA 93291
Office Hours/ Horas de Oficina
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday
8:30 a.m. - Noon
Phone:
559-734-9522
Fax:
559-734-3435
Please visit our website for more
information:
www.gscparish.org
Schedule of Masses
Holy Family
1908 N. Court Street, Visalia, 93291
M - F: Misa 8:00 AM
Saturday: Misa 5 PM
Sunday: Mass 10:00 AM
Misa 12:00 PM
St. Mary’s Nativity of the Blessed Virgin
608 N. Church Street, Visalia,
93291
M - F: Mass 12:15 PM
Saturday: Mass 4:00 PM
Sunday: Mass 7:00, 8:30,
10:30, & 7:00 PM
Misa
1:00 PM
St. Thomas the Apostle
6735 Ave. 308, Goshen,
93291
Sunday: Misa - 9:30 AM
St. Charles Borromeo
5049 W. Caldwell Ave., Visalia,
93277
Sunday: Misa 8:00 AM
Mass 10:00 AM
Mass 12:00 PM
Confession Schedule
Saturday-St. Mary’s 2:30 - 3:30 PM
17th Sunday in Ordinary Time: July 24, 2016
Lord, on the day I called for help, you answered me. -Psalm 138
Reflection
The Beatitudes praise the poor in spirit.
One characteristic of those who are poor
in spirit is their ability to ask for help; they
know when others can provide what they
lack. Today’s readings encourage us to
practice poverty in spirit by asking God for
what we need. What could be more natural than to ask God for good things? God
is, after all, the inventor of goodness and
the giver of all good things.
Asking God for help puts us in conversation with God. These conversations take
many forms. The reading from Genesis
shows Abraham bantering with God like a
skilled negotiator, while Saint Paul’s letter
to the Colossians praises God for answering us even when we don’t deserve it. In
Saint Luke’s Gospel, Jesus not only gives
us words to use in our conversations with
God (the Our Father), but also promises
that God always listens to our prayers.
UNLESS WE BECOME LIKE CHILDREN
Elsewhere in Luke’s Gospel Jesus tells
us we must become like children to enter
the kingdom of God. Today’s Gospel gives
us a practical example of how to become
childlike: ask questions, and expect answers. We need to ask as many questions
as the neediest, most inquisitive children
we know. Moreover, like babies, we need
to expect to be cared for. Jesus models
this for us, going so far as to let us call
God our own Father. The Our Father prayer that Jesus teaches us asks God for
many things: a divine plan for our world,
daily sustenance, forgiveness, help, and
protection. Jesus invites us to ask for
these things over and over again. He
promises that God will always listen and
honor our prayers.
Of course, sometimes babies and children ask for things that aren’t in their best
interest, like a third candy bar or a real
sword. Like children, we can expect to feel
disappointed from time to time when it
seems that God has refused to answer our
prayers. In those moments, we can remember, like Abraham, that we are but
“dust and ashes.” We can be confident
that the “judge of all the world” will act
with justice for the good of humanity.
Today’s Readings: Gn 18:20–32; Ps
138:1–3, 6–8; Col 2:12–14; Lk 11:1–13
CHANGE IN DATES / TIMES FOR SUNDAY
CELEBRATIONS IN THE ABSENCE OF A PRIEST
We have made some changes to the times at which the SCAP will be
conducted in August and September.
Please note that the schedule for the weekend has not changed; the
only change is a Sunday Celebration in the Absence of a Priest will
be conducted at the specified times on the following Sundays in
Augusts and September:
August 14
8:00 a.m. - St. Charles
10:00 a.m. - Holy Family
12:00 p.m. - St. Charles
August 28
7:00 a.m. - St. Mary’s
10:30 a.m. - St. Mary’s
12:00 p.m. - Holy Family
7:00 p.m. - St. Mary’s
September 4
8:30 a.m. - St. Mary’s
10:00 a.m. - Holy Family
12:00 p.m. - St. Charles
7:00 p.m. - St. Mary’s
You are urged to assist at a time when Masses are scheduled even
though it means arranging your schedule a little differently. We
cannot emphasize enough that nothing can take the place of the
Celebration of Holy Mass at which the Eucharistic sacrifice is the
central element. The need to conduct the SCAP in our parish on
these Sundays is out of necessity due to a lack of priests. Keep our
priests and deacons in your daily prayers and continue to encourage young men to seek vocations to the priesthood.
Our Lady of Fatima Traveling Statue
Did you know that The Good Shepherd Parish has a traveling statue
of “Our Lady of Fatima”? Would you like to have her in your home for
a week? Gather your family and friends for daily devotion and praying
the rosary together. To ensure everyone has an opportunity to have
OLOF in their home, contact Rae Crawford at 733-1709. She will prearrange a date for you to pick up OLOF from the Parish Office. Be sure
to sign the sign-in sheet when you pick up the statue and also when
you return it. If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Rae Crawford directly.
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
Legion de Maria: Every Monday
from 7-8:30 p.m. the Legion de Maria
invites parishioners to join the
ministry at St. Thomas for adoration.
Divine Mercy Chaplet: During this
Jubilee Year of Mercy proclaimed by
our Holy Father, Pope Francis, you
are encouraged to take part in
activities and events that exemplify
the Corporal and Spiritual Works of
Mercy.
On Wednesdays at noon, prior to
the 12:15 Mass in St. Mary’s, you are
invited to pray the Divine Mercy
Chaplet. Pamphlets will be provided.
July 25-29 Vacation Bible School:
This year's camp will take place at
George McCann from 9 a.m. to noon.
To get involved, contact Tomas at 559
-734-9522.
July 21 Altar Server Trip: FREE FOR
ALL ALTAR SERVERS!! This event
includes admission, all-you-can-eat
lunch and four hours of unlimited
drinks. We will meet Thursday, July 21
at the St. Mary’s Parking lot at 9:45
a.m. The bus will depart at 10 a.m.
sharp. The bus will return at 6:30 p.m.
at the St. Mary’s parking lot.
Signed permission slips must be in
the office by July 8. Permission slips
are available in the office, web page
or Sacristies.
Participants should bring sunscreen,
a towel and a modest swimsuit. Adult
Chaperones are needed and must
have safe environment training and
fingerprinting completed. Extra tickets
are available for sale in the office for
$26. All adults riding bus must be in
Safe Environment Compliant.
For more information, contact Patty
Call at 559-734-9522 or
[email protected]
July 24 OLPH Meeting: OLPH will
meet at 4 p.m. at St. Charles St.
Teresita Room. Please join us as we
plan for Simbang and revisit our last
OLPH event.
July 24th GSC Parish Boy Scouts /
Cub Scouts: Are you interested in
Scouting? We are looking for boys
who are interested in Scouting and
adults who can help in the program.
Come and find out how to become a
Scout. We will have an informational
table at St. Mary's Church at the 10:30
a.m. Mass. For more information
WWW.GSCPARISH.ORG/EVENTS
about Cub Scouts (1st -5th graders),
call Mrs. Julie Mavis at 802-7335. For
Boy Scouts (6th grade -18yrs. of age ),
call Mr. Pat Mavis at 802-7338.
July 27 Adoration and
Benediction: From 5:30-6:30 p.m. all
parishioners are encouraged to spend
an hour in prayer before the Blessed
Sacrament with Serra Club members
for answered vocation to the
priesthood and religious life and for
the support of the clergy of our
parish. The hour begins with prayers
for our clergy with each clergy
member named. Benediction, the
blessing by the sign of the cross of all
present with the Blessed Sacrament in
the monstrance, concludes the hour
of prayers and hymns. If your are
unable to physically attend the service
please consider being in prayer with
us from where you will be during this
hour. If that is not possible please
consider spending one hour per
month in the Adoration Chapel in
prayer for vocations and support of
our clergy. Your prayers are needed.
July 29 “Come and See!”
Vocations Retreat: The Diocese of
Fresno invites you to participate in a
“Come and See” Retreat for men who
are discerning a call to the
priesthood.
Friday, July 29 through Sunday, July
31 at St. Anthony’s Retreat Center in
Three Rivers. This is open to all young
men between the ages of 17-45. “I
have called you by name and you are
mine” (Is 43:1). Registration form
available online, must be submitted
by 7/22/16.
Aug 3 Altar & Rosary Society
Meeting: Greetings from Altar &
Rosary Society. We will meet on
August 3 at St. Charles. We will have
our social at 6 p.m. And our meeting
at 6:30 p.m. We meet in St. Therese
Room. Come and visit and bring a
friend. We would love to see you.
Remember Bunco Aug. 28!
Aug 3 Prayer & Life Workshop:
Would you like to let go of emotional
scars, overcome the difficulties of
forgiving, and effectively deal with
anxiety or depression? Attend a
Prayer and Life Workshop and
through various forms of prayer, use
of Scripture and music become closer
to God and find healing. Come to the
introductory session on Wednesday,
August 3rd at 9:00 am or 6:30 pm for
English in the Serra Center behind St.
Mary's Church or for Spanish
Wednesday August 3rd at 6:30 pm or
Thursday August 4th at 9:00 am in the
Serra Center behind St. Mary's
Church. Find out how your life will be
changed over the next 15 weeks
during the two hour sessions. Have
you attended before? Each time you
attend the Holy Spirit gives you what
you need. Call Charlotte (559-7993048) for more information. There is
no charge to attend but donations for
materials are welcome.
Aug. 6 OLPH Rosary and Novena:
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Rosary
and Novena at St. Mary's Church
every First Monday at 7 p.m.. It is
open to everyone! Please join us as
we pray the Novena followed by the
Rosary and singing Mary's songs.
Aug. 13 Widows & Widowers
Lunch: We invite you to our luncheon
every second Saturday of the month.
The next lunch will be August 13 at
11:30 a.m. at the Olive Garden. For
more information, please call Amelia
at 559-280-5330.
Aug. 14 GSC Parish Boy Scouts /
Cub Scouts. Are you interested in
Scouting? We are looking for boys
who are interested in Scouting and
adults who can help in the program.
Come and find out how to become a
Scout. We will have informational
tables at St. Mary's, Holy Family, and
St. Charles churches throughput the
day. For more information about Cub
Scouts (1st-5th graders), call Mrs. Julie
Mavis at 802-7335. For Boy Scouts
(6th grade -18yrs. of age), call Mr. Pat
Mavis at 802-7338.
Aug. 19-21 Healing Retreat: Holy
Cross Ministries and St. Anthony’s
Retreat Center in Three Rivers is
hosting a retreat with the theme
Healing Mercy of Jesus Christ. The
Upcoming & Ongoing Events
cost is $95 per person in a double occupancy room. The
retreat moderator is Father Greg Bramlage. For questions,
please call Ben or Christy at 559-824-0732 or visit
www.holycrossministries.net .
Aug. 21st GSC Parish Fun Day and Sign-ups for Boy
Scouts /Cub Scouts. Come join us at the Holy Family
Catholic Community Center for fun while you learn about
Scouting. We will be accepting applications for Cub Scouts
(1st -5th graders) and Boy Scouts (6th graders -18yrs of
age). Join us for fun and games. For more information
about Cub Scouts, call Mrs. Julie Mavis at 802 -7335. For
Boy Scouts, call Mr. Pat Mavis at 802 -7338.
Aug. 21 Junior Catholic Daughters Fun Day: CALLING
ALL GIRLS AGES 6-18! The Junior Catholic Daughters
(JCDA) will have a “Fun Day” Recruitment Day on Sunday,
Aug. 21 at Holy Family Community Center from 4-5:30
p.m. We will join the Cub and Boy Scouts that day to
provide information about our ministries, and we have lots
of fun activities planned! For more information about
JCDA, call Elaine Carrasco at (559) 553-2450.
Aug. 28 ARS Beach Blanket Bunco: Get your tickets
now for an afternoon of fun--the Altar & Rosary Society’s
4th annual Beach Blanket Bunco Sunday, August 28 at the
Serra Center. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with lunch at noon,
followed by Bunco. Guests will have the opportunity to
win prizes or one of the many beautiful Tricky Tray
baskets. Tickets are $10 (by pre-sale). Call Betty at 3036453 or Rae @ 280-4562.
Sept. 5 OLPH Rosary and Novena: Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Rosary and Novena at St. Mary's Church
every First Monday at 7 p.m.. It is open to everyone! Please
join us as we pray the Novena followed by the Rosary
and singing Mary's songs.
Sept. 10 Catherine of Siena “A Woman For Our
Times” a one-woman show: Performed by Adrian
Dominican Sister Nancy Murray (sister of comedian Bill
Murray), the one-woman performance focuses on
Catherine of Siena. Mark your calendar now and watch for
Readings for the Week
Monday:
Tuesday:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Thursday:
Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Friday:
Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19-27
or Lk 10:38-42
Saturday:
Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31, 33-34;
Mt 14:1-12
Sunday:
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14, 17;
Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lk 12:13-21
coming details. Sponsored by the Serra Club Kings-Tulare,
celebrating 10 years of service in promoting vocations and
supporting our Priest.
2016-2017 Religious Education Registration:
St. Mary’s:
Monday to Thursday 10AM – 5PM
Inscripciones para las clases de catesismo seran en Agosto
22, 29 y Septiembre 5, 12 de 5PM – 7PM
Holy Family:
All registrations will be done at St Mary’s Room 1 Monday
to Thursday 2PM – 6PM
St. Thomas:
Sunday’s after mass and on Tuesday from 7PM to 8PM.
News
WHO IN THE CHURCH SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN
POLITICAL LIFE?
Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship - Part 1
Continued from last week.
15. Clergy and lay people have complementary roles in
public life. We bishops have the primary responsibility to
hand on the Church's moral and social teaching.
Together with priests and deacons, assisted by religious
and lay leaders of the Church, we are to teach
fundamental moral principles that help Catholics form
their consciences correctly, to provide guidance on the
moral dimensions of public decisions, and to encourage
the faithful to carry out their responsibilities in political
life. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the Church's leaders
avoid endorsing or opposing candidates. As Pope
Benedict XVI stated in Deus Caritas Est,
The Church wishes to help form consciences in political
life and to stimulate greater insight into the authentic
requirements of justice as well as greater readiness to act
accordingly, even when this might involve conflict with
situations of personal interest. . . . The Church cannot and
must not take upon herself the political battle to bring
about the most just society possible. She cannot and
must not replace the State. Yet at the same time she
cannot and must not remain on the sidelines in the fight
for justice. (no. 28)
16. As the Holy Father also taught in Deus Caritas Est,
"The direct duty to work for a just ordering of society is
proper to the lay faithful" (no. 29). This duty is more
critical than ever in today's political environment, where
Catholics may feel politically disenfranchised, sensing
that no party and too few candidates fully share the
Church's comprehensive commitment to the life and
dignity of every human being from conception to natural
death. Yet this is not a time for retreat or
discouragement; rather, it is a time for renewed
engagement. Forming their consciences in accord with
Catholic teaching, Catholic lay women and men can
become actively involved: running for office; working
within political parties; communicating their concerns and
positions to elected officials; and joining diocesan social
mission or advocacy networks, state Catholic conference
initiatives, community organizations, and other efforts to
apply authentic moral teaching in the public square. Even
those who cannot vote have the right to have their voices
heard on issues that affect their lives and the common
good.
MISSION APPEAL
We are pleased to welcome Msgr. Adolfo Valdivia Aguirre next weekend who will speak at all Masses at St. Mary’s
on the work of Unbound (previously know as the Christian
Foundation for Children & Aging),
Msgr. Valdivia has been a pastor, hosted a religious TV
show, worked in jail ministry and lead retreats and missions. He is a priest of the Archdiocese of San Antonio
currently living in Lagos de Moreno, Mexico. He also
spends quality time with his two elderly parents in San
Jose, CA. He experienced poverty growing up but was
rich in faith thanks to his parents. Prior to his ordination,
his archbishop shared profound words with Msgr. that he
has taken to heart: “You come from the poor to serve the
poor.”
Msgr. Valdivia offers this observation regarding his call
to work with Unbound: “I grew up in a materially poor
family yet it was rich in faith. My mom used to tell us that
‘to be poor was not a sin… to remain in poverty could be
sinful; God has given us a brain and hands to use.’ I want
to be the voice and the heart of my mom as I preach the
message of Jesus on behalf of Unbound. Our people do not
want to remain on poverty yet they need our help just like I
was helped to come out of poverty.”
Unbound is an organization that was founded by Catholics and has served more than 600,000 children, youth and
elderly in 20 developing countries since 1981. It’s unique
sponsorship program is highly personalized. It matches a
child, youth or aging person at a project overseas with a
sponsor in the U.S. who cares about and encourages that
person. With a monthly contribution, a sponsor helps to
provide much-needed nourishing food, medical and dental care, the chance for a child to go to school, livelihood
programs for families and much more. All of these efforts
are directed at affirming the dignity of every person in
their local community.
All parishioners are encouraged to consider this worthy
project and to learn more about the work of Unbound by
visiting their website at www.unbound.org.
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Decimoséptimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario: 24 de julio de 2016
Te damos gracias de todo corazón -Salmo 138
Reflexión
A MENOS QUE SEAMOS COMO
NIÑOS
En otra parte del Evangelio de
Lucas, Jesús nos dice que debemos ser
como niños para entrar al reino de
Dios. El Evangelio de hoy nos da un
ejemplo practico de cómo ser como
niños: haciendo preguntas y
esperando respuestas. Necesitamos
hacer más preguntas como los más
necesitados, tan curiosas como los
niños que conocemos. Más aún, como
bebés, necesitamos esperar que nos
atiendan. Jesús modela esto para
nosotros, yendo tan lejos que nos
permite llamar a Dios nuestro Padre. La
oración del Padre Nuestro que Jesús
nos enseña tiene para Dios varias
peticiones: un plan divino para nuestro
mundo, nuestro sustento diario,
perdón, ayuda y protección. Jesús nos
invita a pedir estas cosas una y otra
vez. Él promete que Dios siempre nos
escuchará y responderá a nuestras
oraciones.
Desde luego, algunos bebés y niños
piden cosas que no siempre son lo
mejor para ellos, como un tercer dulce
o una espada de verdad. Como niños,
podemos esperar siempre desilusión
una que otra vez cuando parece que
Dios no ha respondido a nuestras
oraciones. En esos momentos,
podemos recordar, como Abraham,
que todos somos “polvo y cenizas”.
Podemos tener confianza que el “juez
de este mundo” actuará con justicia
por el bien de la humanidad.
CAMBIO EN LAS FECHAS / HORAS PARA EL DOMINGO CELEBRACIONES
EN LA AUSENCIA DE UN SACERDOTE
Hemos hecho algunos cambios en los tiempos en que se llevará a cabo el
SCAP en agosto y septiembre.
Tenga en cuenta que el calendario para el fin de semana no ha cambiado; el
único cambio es una celebración dominical en ausencia de un sacerdote se
llevará a cabo en los tiempos especificados en los siguientes domingos en
agostos y septiembre:
14 de agosto
8:00 a.m. - San Carlos
10:00 a.m. - Sagrada Familia
12:00 p.m. - St. Charles
28 de agosto
7:00 a.m.- Santa María
10:30 a.m.- Santa María
12:00 p.m.- Sagrada Familia
7:00 p.m. - Santa María
8:30 am - Santa María
10:00 a.m. - Sagrada Familia
12:00 - St. Charles
7:00 - Santa María
4 de septiembre
Se le recomienda asistir en las misas
programadas, a pesar de que los
horarios sean un poco diferentes,
favor de organizar su horario adecuadamente. No podemos enfatizar
lo suficiente que nada puede tomar
el lugar de la celebración de la santa misa en la que el sacrificio eucarístico es el elemento central. La
necesidad de llevar a cabo el SCAP
en nuestra parroquia en estos domingos es por necesidad debido a
la falta de sacerdotes. Favor de
mantener a nuestros sacerdotes y
diáconos en sus oraciones diarias y
seguir animando a los jóvenes a
buscar vocaciones al sacerdocio.
Lecturas de la Semana
Lunes:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Sal 126
(125):1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Martes:
Jer 14:17-22; Sal 79 (78):8,
9, 11, 13; Mt 13:36-43
Miércoles: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Sal 59
(58):2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Jueves:
Jer 18:1-6; Sal 146 (145):1b6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Viernes:
Jer 26:1-9; Sal 69 (68):5, 810, 14; Jn 11:19-27
o Lc 10:38-42
Sábado:
Jer 26:11-16, 24; Sal 69
(68):15-16, 30-31,
33-34; Mt 14:1-12
Domingo: Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Sal 90
(89):3-6, 12-14, 17;
Eventos
Misa Tradicional en Latín: Vengan a disfrutar la belleza
de la misa tradicional en latín que se ofrece todos los domingos a las 3:30 p.m. en la Iglesia Católica de San Antonio de Padua en Fresno y cada jueves, a las 6:00 p.m. en la
Iglesia Católica de La Sagrada Familia en Kingsburg. Para
más información sobre la misa, visite fresnolatinmass.org.
Rosario Pro-Vida: Cada segundo jueves del mes
después de la misa de 12:15 p.m. en Santa María.
Rosario de la Paz de Medjugorje: Todos son bienvenidos a unirse a nosotros para rezar el rosario por la paz
cada segundo martes del mes a las 7:00 p.m. Por favor
traiga su propio rosario. Nos reunimos en la casa de Evelyn
Borba, 5707 W. Elowin Drive, en The Lakes. Para más información, póngase en contacto con Evelyn Borba al 6250740 o con el Señor o la Señora Perry al 302-0494.
Junta de Católicos Solteros de TCCOV: Cada tercer
miércoles del mes en un restaurante. Contacte a Carol para
más información 786-6407.
Hora Santa en Santo Tomás: Tenemos una hora Santa
en la Iglesia de Santo Tomás en Goshen cada primer
viernes del mes, 6:00 a 7:00 p.m. El servicio es realizado
por el Diácono Ponce.
Guerreros de Oración: ¿Quiere que oremos por algo
especial? Pónganse en contacto con los Guerreros de
Oración de la Iglesia Católica Visalia: Nancy Kane al 7329970 o [email protected] o con el Diácono Ken en
[email protected]
Capilla de Adoración: La capilla está abierta para adorar
de 5:00 a.m. a 10:00 p.m. todos los días. Para mayor seguridad, la Capilla del Sagrado Corazón está cerrada de
10:00 p.m. a 5 a.m. todas las noches. Nuestro Señor está
ahí para nosotros y nos espera. Para más información, por
favor contacte a Florence Evans al 734-4807.
Apelación Para Las Misiones
Nos complace dar la bienvenida a Monseñor Adolfo
Valdivia Aguirre el próximo fin de semana ya que hablará en todas las misas en Santa María sobre el proyecto “UNBOUND” (conocido anteriormente como la
Fundación Cristiana para Niños y Personas Mayores),
Mons. Valdivia ha sido pastor, organizó un programa
de televisión religioso, ha trabajado en el ministerio de
la cárcel y ha dirigido retiros y misiones. Él es un sacerdote de la Arquidiócesis de San Antonio y vive actualmente en Lagos de Moreno, México. También dedica tiempo de calidad a sus dos padres ancianos en
San José, CA. Él experimentó la pobreza mientras creció, pero era Rico en la fe gracias a sus padres. Antes
de su ordenación, su arzobispo compartió palabras
muy profundas con Mons. Que este tomo de corazón:
"Usted viene de los pobres para servir a los pobres."
Mons. Valdivia ofrece esta observación con respecto
a su llamado a trabajar en “UNBOUND”: "Crecí en una
familia pobre materialmente, sin embargo, era Rico en
la fe. Mi madre nos decía que "ser pobre no era un
pecado ... permanecer en la pobreza podría ser pecaminoso; Dios nos ha dado inteligencia y manos para
usarlas. "Quiero ser la voz y el corazón de mi madre
mientras predico el mensaje de Jesús en favor de
“UNBOUND”. Nuestro pueblo no quiere permanecer
en la pobreza todavía necesitan de nuestra ayuda al
igual que a mi me ayudaron a salir de la pobreza”.
“UNBOUND” es una organización que fue fundada
por católicos y desde 1981 ha atendido a más de
600.000 niños, jóvenes y ancianos en 20 países en Vías
de desarrollo. Su programa de patrocinio único es altamente personalizado. Coincide con un niño, con un
joven o persona mayor en un proyecto extranjero con
un patrocinador en los EE.UU. que se preocupa y estimula a esa persona. Con una aportación mensual, el
patrocinador ayuda a proporcionar los alimentos nutritivos necesarios, atención médica y dental, la posibilidad de que un niño vaya a la escuela, programas de
sustento para las familias y mucho más. Todos estos
esfuerzos están dirigidos a afirmar la dignidad de cada
persona en su comunidad local.
Se anima a todos los feligreses a considerar este proyecto digno y para saber o entender más sobre como
trabaja “UNBOUND” visite su página web en
www.unbound.org.
Oración y Vida Taller: Le gustaria encontrar liberacion
de cicratrices emocionales del pasado, supercar las dificultades del perdon, enfrentar lapsos de ansiedad o depression con fortalez? Asiste un Taller de Oracion y Vida y
con formas diferentes de orar, usando el Escritura y musica
y por la Gracia de Dios recibe amor y misericordia. Venga a
la session de introduccion el miercoles 3 de Agosto a 9 en
la manana o 6:30 en la noche en ingles en el Centro Serra
atras de la Iglesia de Santa Maria o por espanol el
miercoles 3 de Agosto a 6:30 en la noche o el jueves 4 de
Agosto a 9 en la manana en el Centro Serra atras de la Iglesia de Santa Maria. Descubre como su vida cambiara por
los 15 semanas proximas durante las sessions de dos
horas. Asistio un taller antes?
Cada vez asiste un taller el
El Sacramento De La Unción De Los Enfermos Se Ofrece Después De La Misa De
Espiritu Santo le dara que ust5PM El Sábado
ed necesita. Llame a Charlotte
El
Sacramento
de
la
unción
de
los
enfermos
se ofrece ahora después de la misa de 5 pm
(559-799-3048) por mas inforel sábado en la Sagrada Familia y 4 pm en la Santa María. Aquellos que deseen recibir la
macion. No hay un costo a
asistir pero nos aceptamos las unción les pedimos que por favor se reúnan en las primeras bancas de la iglesia al
donacions por las materials.
concluir la misa. Estará disponible una hoja de registro para poder hacer un registro de
los que reciben el sacramento.
Masses & Intentions
SATURDAY, JULY 23, VIGIL-17TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
4:00 p.m. INTENTIONS OF JOHN & SHEILA RAST
by Tom & Mary Ann Van Woerkom
(SM)
JIMMY M. RAMIREZ, SR. by Sally Ramirez
(SM)
JULIA CHACON by Adrianna Chacon
(SM)
FRANK & ROSE FERREIRA
by daughter, Rose Lawrence
(SM)
ROSA GARCIA ROCHA by Joe & Dena Mello (SM)
DOROTHY MCDONALD
by Lwins, Kellys & Fierros
(SM)
TONY COSTA by Frank & Karen Costa
(SM)
INTENTIONS OF DEE MACHADO - BIRTHDAY
by Ed & Patty Carroll
(SM)
5:00 p.m. LAS ANIMAS Y LA FAMILIA SALAS
departe Vicente Salas
(HF)
SUNDAY, JULY 24, SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARISHIONERS
(SM)
8:00 a.m. RAFAELA LOPEZ by Minerva Moreno
(SC)
8:30 a.m. FRED & ANNIE SCIACCA
by Sam & Terry Sciacca
(SM)
BERNHARD SCHOLAND by Margaret Schutlz (SM)
VINCENT INGRAO by his children
(SM)
ANTHONY DOMINGOS by Mary L. Kilbey
(SM)
ANTHONY & CLARA COSTA
by Michael, Sandra & Stephanie Costa
(SM)
JOHN MELLO by SM Altar & Rosary Society (SM)
9:00 a.m. ANTHONY & CLARA COSTA by Eldon Costa (ST)
10:00 a.m. GEORGE FOPP by Celine Garcia
(SC)
10:00 a.m. MICHAEL D. OLIVAS by Dolores Olivas
(HF)
10:30 a.m. GINA GIOTTA by the Notarnicola family
(SM)
12:00 p.m. JIM HAUENSTEIN by M/M Bill Lyons
(SC)
12:00 p.m. RICHARD & DOMINIQUE LOPEZ by their fam. (HF)
1:00 p.m. NINO DE PRADA by Miriam Rodriguez
(SM)
7:00 p.m. HAZEL GARCIA by Irene Perry
(SM)
Monday, July 25, St. James the Apostle
INT. OF SANDRA COSTA by Eldon Costa
THERESA MASTRANGELO
by Angelo & Rose Dazzo
Tuesday, July, 26, Sts. Joachim & Anne Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary
8:00 a.m. INTENTIONS OF IRMA GAITAN
by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
12:15 p.m. FRANK & MARY SOUZA by Carmina Stepp
Wednesday, July 27, Weekday in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m. FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT - LIVING &
DECEASED by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
12:15 p.m. KAY CHESTER by Dixie Girard
Thursday, July 28, Weekday in Ordinary Time
8:00 a.m. FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT - LIVING &
DECEASED by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
12:15 p.m. VICTOR QUIROZ by his family
Friday, July 29, St. Martha
8:00 a.m. FOR ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT - LIVING &
DECEASED by Peter & Anna Maria Nava
12:15 p.m. BEATRICE LUCIANO by Verna Lander
8:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
(HF)
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
(HF)
(SM)
SAT., JULY 30, VIGIL FOR 18TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
4:00 p.m. LOUIE & ROSE BANCROFT
by their daughter, Gwen McLaughlin
(SM)
ROSE LAWRENCE by SM Altar & Rosary Soc. (SM)
MARTHA OLIVAS by Margaret Kinoshita
(SM)
GLORIA KREISHER by Pat Kelly
(SM)
SALLY HELEN MERAZ
by Dan & Marjie Jungwirth
(SM)
5:00 p.m. INT. OF MIGUEL HERRERA CISNEROS
by Maria Herrera
(HF)
SUNDAY, JULY 31, EIGHTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:00 a.m. INT. OF BARBARA PELTZER - BIRTHDAY
by M/M Bill Lyons
(SM)
(SC)
8:00 a.m. MANUEL CARDENAS by Aurora Cardenas
8:30 a.m. LUPE G. CABRAL
by Patsy Garcia & Gloria Branum
(SM)
JOHN TOSTA by Belmira Tosta
(SM)
9:00 a.m. INTENTIONS OF ALL PARISHIONERS
(ST)
10:00 a.m. BLANCA ESTELLA ZAMBRANO
by Ismael & Silvia Zambrano
(SC)
10:00 a.m. DIANA SEBREE by Denette & Greg Castro
(HF)
10:30 a.m. SALLY MERAZ by Donna Alves
(SM)
12:00 p.m. GARNITA HICKMAN
by Kelly, Heidi, Karen & family
(SC)
12:00 p.m. URIEL DOMINGUEZ GUTIERREZ
by Ericka Del Carmen Dominguez
(HF)
1:00 p.m. INT. DE FAMIILIA MARTINEZ ABREGO
departe Dominga Martinez
(SM)
7:00 p.m. RON WILLENBORG by St. Mary’s OLOFatima (SM)
ZALUD SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE
Pearl Zalud, a long-time resident of Porterville,
established a fund to provide scholarships to full-time
college students who are majoring in music or agriculture
or a related field of study. For those students with the
appropriate college major and meeting the other
application requirements, direct scholarships to be used
for tuition and fees in the amounts of $200.00 for music
and $300.00 for agriculture will be paid. You may
download the application from the parish website or
come by the parish office to pick one up. The deadline to
return the application to the address noted on the
application form is July 29, 2016.
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