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Saint Joseph Catholic Church Iglesia Catolica De San Jose
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Iglesia Catolica De San Jose
Welcome to Visitors & New
Members
You are welcome to worship with us at any time. If
you are new to the Randolph County area, may we
invite you to register as a member of the parish?
Registration forms are available in parking lot
vestibule or by calling the office. 336—629-0221
512 West Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
Ph: 336-629-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.stjoenc.org
Office Hour Monday - Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Para Confesarse
Saturday at 5:00pm / Wednesday at 5:30 pm or by
appointment
Pueden confesarse los sábados a los 5:00pm y
Miercoles a los 5.30 pm de la tarde o puede llamar
al Párrocco, el Padre Philip por cita especial
Eucharistic Adoration Adoracion Eucaristica
First Fridat/Primer Viernes 9:00 am—Saturday 6:00
Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas
Saturday/Sábado 4:00pm English ,
6:00pm Español
Sunday/Domingo 9:00 am, 4:00 pm in English
12:00 pm en Español
Daily Masses:
Monday and Friday: 8:15am,
Wednesday: 6:00pm,
Thursday: 12:15
Holy Days: 7 pm Vigil 8:15, 12:15,& 7 pm Espanol
Parish Staff
Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email:
[email protected]
Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary;
Teresita Ramirez: Office Assistant
Colette Estes Music Coordinator
Jason Kroeger Faith Formation Coordinator (English)
Manuela Torres: Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator
Rosemary Chriscoe: Parish Council;
Scott Harris: Finance Council
The Baptism of the Lord
January 10, 2016
He saved us through the bath of
rebirth and renewal by the Holy
Spirit.
-- Titus 3:5
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
January 10 ,2016
From the Desk of Fr. Philip Kollithanath
There is an intrinsic affinity between goodness and peace. If we do not have peace in ourselves we cannot bring it to others. “ a peaceful man does more good than a learned man. A passionate man turns even good into evil..” (IC p31). Peaceful man turns all things
into good. A peaceful man is not suspicious. A disturbed person is concerned about others duties while ignoring his own.
We must make every effort to judge ourselves before judging others. Our tendency is to find excuses for ourselves while would not
accept any justification for others. The golden rule, “do unto others what you would have them do to you” (Luke 6:31, Mt. 7:12 ) is
very practical on the road to spiritual growth. It enables us to be more self-conscious and less judgmental. Many a time, if we are sincere, we find it more reasonable to accuse ourselves and to excuse others. This will happen when we have true charity and humility.
For people to bear with us, we must learn to bear with them first.
It is easy to associate with good and gentle people. Everyone prefers to be with people of congenial habits. One needs special grace to
get along with unruly, perverse and harsh men. We can observe that some people are at peace with themselves and others while some
do not have it nor do they let others have it either. They are a burden to themselves as well as to others.
We must learn to find peace in humbly enduring the sufferings of this miserable life. It is easy to flee from it. According to the Imitation of Christ, “He who knows best how to suffer will enjoy the greater peace, because he is the conqueror of himself, the master of
the world, a friend of Jesus, and an heir of heaven.”
In this Year of Mercy, the Holy Father Pope Francis reminds us that we have to become prophets of Mercy in this age of individualism which generates an attitude of indifference and unconcern towards faith and fellow beings. We must be merciful to ourselves and
show mercy to others. As beacons of Mercy, we must promote it in the world around us. The end goal is a social awakening where
individuals and communities are permeated with the Heavenly Father’s Merciful Love.
When this starts in the families, children will show more respect for the parents. They will find time to be together,
away from the distracting gadgets, to pray together, to play together, to dialogue together, and to be together in
peace and joy. This atmosphere of peace and joy is missing in many of our families. Frequently children from such
families end up in antisocial and destructive lifestyles. It is time for us to bring back the goodness and peace of our
catholic family tradition before the world destroys all our families with their liberal ideologies. This Year of Mercy
is an opportunity for that.
Sarcament of Baptism—Baptism is a highly sacred event and deserves careful
and complete readiness. Please contact the church office (336-629-0221 to register for the Baptism Preparation
Class, which is done on a regular basis. Parents must be registered and participating members of our parish
community.
Sacrament of Marriage
- Couples should contact the Pastor (336-629-0221) at least 6 months prior
to the wedding date for necessary preparation.
Ministry of the Sick— Please call the church office (336-629-0221) to inform us of an illness or hospitalization of a family member. Federal Privacy Law prohibits the hospital from giving room numbers, so we
must have prior knowledge of a patient’s room number before we visit the hospital. The Sacrament of
Anointing is done upon request prior to surgery or a illness.
Prayers for our Military—please call the office (336-629-0221) to notify us of their Military Status
Faith Formation: Faith Formation classes are in session. The cut-off date is Nov. 1st. If you have any questions, please Contact Jason Kroeger at 336-629-0221 .
January 10,2016
St. Joseph Catholic Church
MASS FOR WEEK END OF 16TH
WEEKLY OFFERINGS
1/9/16 Sat.
Offerings for Jan.3,2016
Offertory: _____________ $ 7092.00
Year to Date: __________ $ 145,435.20
Needed __________________$ 175,500.00
Over/Under ___________ $ 36,565.80
Total Goal: $1,500,000.00
Raised:
$1,500,000.00
January 16th 6 pm
Spanish
Eucharistic: Salvador & Lucia Flores, Maria Torres, Luis &
Manuela Reinoso
Hospitalidad Enrique Ramirez, Antonio Ramos, Miguel
Dominguez ,Ponciano Aviles
Acolitos
Carolina,Charly & Luis Corona, Teresa Barron
L ectoros: Rosalinda Gaeta, Areli Tellez, Carlos Leon
January 17th 12:00 noon Mass
Eucaristia: Jose & Altagracia Grullon, Cristina Jimenez, Eloisa
Esteban , Marie Uribe
Lectores:
Rosalinda Aguilar, Gerardo Barron
Acolitos:
Maria Delgado, Teresa Barron, Jonathan & Jaritzy
Mondragon
Hospitalidad: Blanca, Natalia Avila, Lisbel Dominguez,
Annuncion: Patricia Palacios,Roberto PErez
Jan. 16th
Eucharistic Marty Hornyak, Keith Bryant, Libby Nault
Lectors
Cheryl Benford, Mike Leach
Hospitality Lynn Hyatt, Larry Kastner
January 17th
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9:00 am English Mass
Eucharistic Dan Higgins, Joan Sloyan,Dr.Pincus,
Tom Murphy,Teresa Thornburg
Acolytes:
Henry Sloyan, Georgia Smith, David Appel
Lectors:
Ruth Scanlan, Marie Shandor
Hospitality Wayne Dawson, Rosemary Chriscoe,Ron Stark
4pm English Fr.Ferris
6pm Spanish Fr.Ferris
1/10/16 Sunday 9:15 am English
12 Noon Spanish
4:00 pm Youth Mass
No Daily Masses during the month of
January while Father is away.
1/16 Saturday 4:00 pm Albert Hodges
for favors received
6:00 pm Spanish 3 yr.
1/17
Sunday
Presentation Kenya
Estillado
9:00 am English Fr.Fidell
12:00 noon Spanish
4:00 pm Youth Mass
Msgr.McCabe
THE 10th Annual March For Life
Charlotte, Friday January 15th 2016. The
Mass for the unborn will be offered at St.
Vincent de Paul Catholic Church at 9:00 am
The march will begin at noon from the
Pastoral Center at 1123 S. Church St. in
Charlotte. Fr. Casey Coleman, parochial
vicar, of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic
Church will be guest preacher at the march.
For parking details go to
www.marhforlifecharlotte.prg. Please come
and stand up for God’s precious infants.
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
COLUMBIETTES
Reminder !!
Your 2016 dues are due. Please send
it in, we have to pay Supreme the
money to stay as a Chapter. You can
drop it off at the office or give it to
one of the officers.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL:
GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU!
Don’t forget our meeting is on the 20th of January at 7:00 pm.
Cherub & Youth Choir is looking for
` children to join in singing to the Lord .
Cherub Choir practice every Friday at
6 pm and Youth Choir at 7:00 pm,
If if you are interested Please come
a
and sing for the Lord.
January 10, 2016
P LEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR
OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL and
have requested prayers:
Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizzi, Lillian Hazelwood
& Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield ,
Robert Barker, Juan Romero, Colleen Greene,
Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins Ralph Evans,
Mary Evans, Jose Espiallet Clayton Rozsel & Ken
Jalgert, Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson, Larry
Thornburg, Sherwood Hamm, Monica Smith
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Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez,
Gustavo Pasillas, Matthew Bryant
If there is anyone you would like to add to the
prayer list please calll the office &let us know.
336-629-0221
Please pray for all Deceased members of the
Parish.
BIRTHDAY LIST FOR THE WEEK
OF
1/8/2016
1/8
1/9
1/10
1/11
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
January 10,2016
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TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Isaiah speaks of the Servant whom the Lord upholds; he shall bring forth justice to the nations (Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7) or Isaiah 40:1-5, 9-11.
Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with peace (Psalm 29) or Psalm 104.
Second Reading — Jesus was anointed by God with the Holy Spirit; he went out healing and doing good
(Acts 10:34-38) or Titus 2:11-14; 3:4-7.
Gospel — A voice comes from heaven proclaiming Jesus as the beloved Son, with whom God is well
pleased (Luke 3:15-16, 21-22).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Sm 1:1-8; Ps 116:12-19; Mk 1:14 20
Tuesday:
1 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Mk 1:21 28
Wednesday: 1 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20; Ps 40:2, 5, 7-10; Mk 1:29 39
Thursday: 1 Sm 4:1-11; Ps 44:10-11, 14-15, 24-25; Mk 1:40 45
Friday:
1 Sm 8:4-7, 10-22a; Ps 89:16-19; Mk 2:1 12
Saturday: 1 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Ps 21:2-7; Mk 2:13 17
Sunday:
Is 62:1-5; Ps 96:1-3, 7-10; 1 Cor 12:4-11; Jn 2:1-11
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
The Baptism of the Lord
Monday:
First Week in Ordinary
Time
TURNING THE TIDE
When everything goes against you, till it seems as though you
could not hold on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is
just the place and time that the tide will turn.
--Harriet Beecher Stowe
Wednesday: St. Hilary
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Merry Christmas! Share that cheerful greeting with some folks today. They may wonder if you have had
any Elvis sightings lately, attended Star Trek conventions, or were Cleopatra in a previous lifetime. Despite
the skeptics, today is solidly within the Christmas season. In fact, in some strands of the Christian tradition it
represents the clearest manifestation of the mystery of the Incarnation. On Christmas Day, for example, the
Gospel reading is the Prologue of John’s Gospel, which reveals the glory of Christ shining through our humanity precisely in his baptism.
At any rate, this is an ancient feast, celebrated first in Egypt sixteen centuries ago. More than most other
ancient people, the Egyptians understood the life giving properties of water. On this day, they drew water
from the Nile, so central in the history of their people, and reserved it in honor. Many other places copied the
custom, so that St. John Chrysostom wrote of people in Antioch gathering at midnight to collect flowing water
into vessels they brought from home since “today there is a blessing on the water.” At home for dinner tonight, decorate the table with beautiful bowls of water and white candles, toast one another with goblets of
sparkling water, and light a Christmas candle in the window one last time.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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stages of disillusionment or misery in their marriage. This program can help you too.
For confidential information or to apply to attend the program beginning with a weekend on February 12-14, 2016 call 800-470-2230 or email: [email protected] or
visit the web site at www.retrouvaille.org.
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Iglesia De San Jose
January 10,2016
Del escritorio del Padre Tradición Philip Kollithanath
Hay una afinidad intrínseca entre el bien y la paz. Si no tenemos paz en nosotros mismos no podemos traer a otros. "Un hombre de paz
hace más bien que un hombre culto. Un hombre apasionado se vuelve incluso el bien en mal .. "(IC p31). Hombre pacífico convierte
todas las cosas en bien. Un hombre tranquilo, no es sospechoso. Una persona perturbada está preocupado por otras tareas mientras se
ignora su propia.
Debemos hacer todo lo posible para juzgarnos a nosotros mismos antes de juzgar a los demás. Nuestra tendencia es encontrar excusas
para nosotros mismos, mientras que no aceptaría ninguna justificación para los demás. La regla de oro, "hacer a los demás lo que
quieren que ellos los traten a ustedes" (Lucas 06:31, Mt. 7:12) es muy práctico en el camino hacia el crecimiento espiritual. Nos permite
ser más consciente de sí mismo y menos prejuicios. Muchas veces, si somos sinceros, nos resulta más razonable para acusar a nosotros
mismos y para excusar otros. Esto sucederá cuando tenemos la verdadera caridad y humildad. Para las personas que tienen con nosotros, tenemos que aprender a dar con ellos primero.
Es fácil de asociar con gente buena y suaves. Todo el mundo prefiere estar con gente de hábitos agradables. Uno tiene gracia especial de
llevarse bien con los hombres rebeldes, perversos y duras. Podemos observar que algunas personas están en paz consigo mismos y con
los demás, mientras que algunos no lo tienen ni tampoco dejar que otros la tienen tampoco. Ellos son una carga para ellos mismos, así
como a los demás.
Tenemos que aprender a encontrar la paz en soportando humildemente los sufrimientos de esta vida miserable. Es fácil huir de ella. De
acuerdo con la Imitación de Cristo: "El que sabe mejor cómo sufrir podrán disfrutar de la mayor tranquilidad, porque él es el vencedor
de sí mismo, el dueño del mundo, un amigo de Jesús, y un heredero del cielo."
En este Año de la Misericordia, el Santo Padre Francisco nos recuerda que tenemos que llegar a ser profetas de la Misericordia en esta
época de individualismo que genera una actitud de indiferencia y despreocupación hacia la fe y semejantes. Debemos ser misericordiosos con nosotros mismos y mostrar misericordia a otros. Como faros de la Misericordia, debemos promover en el mundo que nos
rodea. El objetivo final es un despertar social donde los individuos y las comunidades están impregnados de amor misericordioso del
Padre celestial.
Cuando esto comienza en las familias, los niños van a mostrar más respeto por los padres. Van a encontrar tiempo
para estar juntos, lejos de los aparatos de distracción, para orar juntos, jugar juntos, dialogar juntos, y estar juntos en
paz y alegría. Este ambiente de paz y alegría que falta en muchas de nuestras familias. Con frecuencia los niños de
estas familias terminan en los estilos de vida antisociales y destructivas.
Es el momento para nosotros para traer de vuelta la bondad y la paz de nuestra tradición familiar católica ante el
mundo destruye todas nuestras familias con sus ideologías liberales. Este Año de la Misericordia es una oportunidad
para ello.
Dios los bendiga a todos.
Matrimonio Ayuda - Retrouvaille ha ayudado a decenas de miles de parejas en
todas las etapas de la desilusión o la miseria en su matrimonio. Este programa
puede ayudar a usted también. Para obtener información confidencial o para aplicar
para asistir al programa que comienza con un fin de semana de 12 hasta 14 febrero,
2016 llamada 800-470-2230 o por correo electrónico: [email protected] o visite el sitio web en www.retrouvaille.org.
Caballeros de Colón y Squires
Cualquier católicos masculina de 18 años y más que puedan estar interesados en formar parte de los Caballeros, por favor póngase en contacto con Steve Gage al 307-318-7736. Todos los hombres de la parroquia son
bienvenidos a unirse
SQUIRES: se reunirá cada segundo domingo del mes después de la misa 16:00.
Los Caballeros de Colón le gustaría agradecer a todos los que compraron los árboles de Navidad y guirnaldas de ellos.
Lo hicieron muy bien con su ayuda. Dios los bendiga a todos.
Iglesia De San Jose
January 10, 2016
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMMA
Martes: 1 Sm 1:9-20; 1 Sm 2:1, 4-8abcd; Mc 1:21 28
Miércoles:1 Sm 3:1-10, 19-20; Sal 40 (39):2, 5, 7-10; Mc 1:29 39
Jueves: 1 Sm 4:1-11; Sal 44 (43):10-11, 14-15, 24-25; Mc 1:40 45
Viernes: 1 Sm 8:4-7, 10-22a; Sal 89 (88):16-19; Mc 2:1 12
Sábado: 1 Sm 9:1-4, 17-19; 10:1a; Sal 21 (20):2-7; Mc 2:13 17
Domingo: Is 62:1-5; Sal 96 (95):1-3, 7-10; 1 Cor 12:4-11; Jn 2:1-11
Lunes: 1 Sm 1:1-8; Sal 116 (115):12-19; Mc 1:14 20
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Miren a mi siervo, en quien tengo mis complacencias (Isaías
42:1-4, 6-7) o Isaías 40:1- 5, 9-11
Salmo —
Te alabamos, Señor (Salmo 29 [28]) o Salmo 104 (103).
Segunda lectura — Dios ungió con el Espíritu Santo a Jesús de Nazaret (Hch
10:34-38) o Tito 2:11-14; 3:4-7.
Evangelio —
Después del bautismo de Jesús, el cielo se abrió (Lucas 3:15- 16, 21-22).
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
The Baptism of the Lord
Monday:
First Week in Ordinary Time
Wednesday: St. Hilary
Saturday:
Blessed Virgin Mary
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE.
La costumbre del bautismo infantil debe ser mucho más que un acto social o una tradición cultural, donde
el ropón y los regalos son más importantes que la doctrina cristiana, y los padrinos se escogen no por su
buen ejemplo sino por su cuenta bancaria.
Según los Hechos de los Apóstoles, familias enteras se bautizaban cuando el padre de familia decidía
hacerse cristiano. Esta práctica de bautizar, no solo al nuevo creyente sino también a su mujer y a sus hijos,
poco a poco, quedó solo en bautizar los niños del original creyente. El mundo en aquel tiempo estaba basado
sobre la familia así como muchas culturas latinas de hoy.
El bautizo infantil nació en la Iglesia primitiva y al pasar de los siglos llegó a transformarse en un rito religioso muy importante en la catequesis del nuevo cristiano. El niño viste de ropita blanca que recuerda la presencia de Cristo en su alma, se le regala una vela que lo invita a brillar con la luz de Cristo y se le da una madrina o un padrino que le enseñará a vivir en Cristo.—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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MANIFESTANDO AL ESPÍRITU
El tiempo de Navidad finaliza este domingo con el Bautismo del Señor. Esta fiesta es hermana de la fiesta
de la semana pasada, la Epifanía. Cada una ellas celebra una “epifanía”, o manifestación del Espíritu de Dios
en Jesús —primero en su nacimiento y ahora en su bautismo.
El Espíritu Divino se manifiesta en todas las lecturas bíblicas de la fiesta. El Salmo 104 destaca al Espíritu
de Dios que crea y renueva la tierra, mientras que la lectura de Isaías describe a Dios restaurando a Israel.
En el relato de Lucas del bautismo del Señor el Espíritu Santo desciende sobre Jesús. Y la carta a Tito nos
recuerda que el Espíritu Santo también “derramó con abundancia” sobre nosotros, el “baño de regeneración” (Tito 3:5, 6).Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
St. Joseph Church #000033
512 W. Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
TELEPHONE
336 629-0221
CONTACT PERSON
Jean Hyatt
EMAIL: [email protected]
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MSPublisher 2003
Adobe Acrobat 8
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PRINTER
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TRANSMISSION TIME
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SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
December 16, 2012
NUMBER OF PAGES SENT
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