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Saint Joseph Catholic Church Iglesia Catolica De San Jose Iglesia
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 Randolph County area, may we invite you to
register as a member of the parish? Registration forms
are available in Parking Lot Vestibule or call the office
336-629-0221
512 West Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
Ph: 336-629-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.stjoenc.org
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, para
una cita especial
Eucharistic Adoration / Adoracion Eucaristica
First Frida-
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
Holy Days: 7:00pm Vigil / 8:15am, 12:15pm,
7:00pm (Español)
Parish Staff
Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email:
[email protected]
Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary;
Maricruz Palma: 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
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 10, 2016
Christ Jesus . . . is the head of the body, the
church.
-- Colossians 1:15, 18
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
07/10/2016
From the desk of Father Philip
All over the country we all enjoyed the celebration of the July 4th . enjoying the BBQs with
all the friends and neighbors, fireworks and vacation trips are all essential to this great holiday. We hear people greeting, “Happy July 4th” . we
rarely hear someone saying, “Happy Independence Day”.
It is really challenging to look into the mood of the festivities and the attitude that motivated us to participate in the festivities, though many a time
we tend to ignore the reason for it.
We brag about the “land of the free and the home for the brave”! For those out of this country, this is the land of opportunities which motivates
everyone in the world long to enter into. Those who are born and raised here and not deprived of opportunities may not understand or appreciate
it. The excellence and the exceptionalism that are unique to this great Nation cannot be ignored or denied. Certainly it is a blessing to be a US
Citizen or to be able to enjoy the freedom and opportunities this Nation allows everyone to enjoy. This Freedom has to be considered in various
aspects:
Historically we talk about the Political Freedom. Autonomy from an outside power system is obtained by organized movement by the residents.
Even the freedom from fractional rulers within the country also is part of a freedom movement that enables everyone to be united together as one
Nation, united under One God.. Obviously it implies the termination of divisiveness among all people which may be caused by segregation,
sectarianism, sociopolitical and ideological polarizations. Corrupt and unpatriotic leadership frequently exploits such divisive factors solely for
political or personal gains.
When that happens in a National level can we say we are really free?
On the economic front, freedom is very much interwoven with National wealth due to our own prosperity and our National debt generated by
our own inadequacies and inefficiencies. Patriotic leaders maintain the focus on national prosperity and wellbeing where the members of this
great Nation are the subjects and beneficiaries. When leaders are driven by popularity and ideological agenda, they tend to proclaim “global
economy” and everything for them is “global”, as if they are ashamed of the National.
When this is the norm of the day, can we believe that we are free?
Religious and economic opportunities were the major driving forces that brought most of the immigrants to this country. The rights to practice
our faith and to propagate our faith are engraved in this dream world. The proud fact is that vast majority in this country are Christians and
believers in some form of religion. A tiny fraction of the population, driven by the atheistic and other antichristian influences with their concerted
propaganda influence and purchasing power try to isolate Christian values from public life. Such influence emboldens the uncommitted leaders to
assert that “this is not a Christian Nation”. They know the Christians will not react or they can silence them again using the divisive and
opportunistic race card. When government and its corrupt leaders openly suppress Christian celebrations and values from public life, can we
believe and say we are free?
God bless you all and God bless America.
Sacrament 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
St. Joseph Catholic Church
July 10, 2016
WEEKLY OFFERINGS -
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MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF 7/10/2016
Report for week end of
7/03/2016
Offertory _______________$
5,131.00
Needed: _________________$
Not available
Year to Date ___________$
“
Over/Under ___________ $
“
Sun. 7/10 † 9:00 am Ardist Holyfield req. Carol Rich
12:00 noon Spanish Mass
4:00 pm Youth Mass
Mon. 7/11 8:15 am St. Joseph—req. Albert Hodges
Tues. 7/12 No Mass—Rosary Group at 1:00 pm
Wed. 7/13 5:30 Confessions 6:00 pm Mass
Thurs 7/14 12:15 Mass
Fri. 7/15 8:15 Mass
Sat.
7/16 † 4:00 pm Ardist Holyfield—req. Dave & Mary
Sampson
Sun. 7/17 † 9:00 am all deceased Knight of Columbus
12:00 noon Spanish
4:00 pm Youth Mass
Liturgical Ministers for Spanish
7/16 Saturday
Eucaristia:
Rosbelia Gonzalez, Enrique Jimenez,
Carmelina Jimenez, Maria De la Luz Cortes,
Roberto Arellanop
Lectores:
Victor Castro, Marcelino Mejia
H ospitalidad: David Fuentes, Javier Rodriguez, Lupe
Romero, Antonio Alejo
07/17/16 Sunday
Eucaristia: Jose Grullon, Altagracia Grullon, Guadalupe
Xinaxtle, Guadalupe Alejo, Jose Flores
Lectores
Manuela Torres, Bella Casas
Anuncios: Manuela Torres
Acolitos:
Karen Duran, Nancy Dominguez, Maria
Esteban, Jessica Alejo
Hospitalidad : Blanca & Natalia Avila, Lisbel Dominguez
REVELATION
In the Old Testament, the New Testament lies
concealed; in the New Testament, the Old Testament lies revealed.
—St. Augustine
BIRTHDAY LIST FROM 7/17
7/17
7/18
7/19
7/21
Liturgical Ministers 7/16
Lectors:
Cheryl Benford, Mike Leach
Eucharistic: Marty Hornyak, Jean Hyatt ,Elizabeth Nault
Hospitality: Lynn Hyatt , Larry Kastner
7/22
7/23
7/17 Acolytes:
Georgia Smith, David Appel, Henry Sloyan
Lector:
Ruth Scanlan, Joan Sloyan
Eucharistic:
Teresa Thornburg,
Carol Rich, Pat Knudson ,Fran Stark,
Tom Murphy
Hospitality: Wayne Dawson, David Poupore, Ron Stark ,
Rosmery Chriscoe
Robert Behr, Rosalba Calderon, Colette
Estes, Guadalupe Lizardo , Betty Murphy
Brandon Arias, Sosa Diego, Abel Perez,
Bonnie Renfro, Kenneth Widman, David
Wilburn
Tom Rich, Nicholas Otranto
Alejandro Salinas, Veronica Mendoza,
Maria Esteban, Jair Cruz, Rodolfo Benitez
Fabiola Cortes, Maria Flores, Magdalena
Gaeta, Estrella Hernandez, Sandra
McCarthy
Hector Jaramillo, Mary Heerschap, Donald
Dunmyer, Jamal Bolaños, Francy
Benjarano, David Appel
God Bless all of you. Have a Very Blessed
Birthday!!
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St. Joseph Church
7/10/2016
PLEASE TAKE MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR
PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL & our young men
CONGRATULATIONS
TO OUR
CONFIRMATION
STUDENTS!!!
KEEP THEM IN YOUR
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
serving our country and have requested prayers:
Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizze, Lillian Hazelwood & Roamona
Shepard, , Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins ,
Ralph Evans, , Jose Espiallet Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson,
Monica Smith, Patrick Guarion, Raphael Guriel , Josephina Arellano, , Laurie Wills, Mary Dalton Carl’s Sister, Ralph Evans had a
recent stroke..
Military:
Adolfo Angel Vasquez,
—
Matthew Bryant
The Knights are looking for some men to join the
Knights of Columbus . They meet once a month and do
projects to help out with Church needs and other programs. If you would like to get more information please If there is anyone you would like to add to the prayer list
call Steve Gage at 301-318-7736 or Chuck Lyon at 336 please call the office &let us know. 336-629-0221.Please
pray for all deceased members of the parish.
-736-4139.
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Columbiettes are having a drive for new members, We can leave applications on the back table of the
Church. Please take one if you are even slightly interested.
We are trying to recruit our younger & older generation of
women to join. We do a lot of charity work and fund raisers.
Once or twice a year they have conventions in different areas
of NC. Whether you are English, Spanish, Philippine or any
other background we would love to have you join our group.
We also work hand in hand with the Knights with some of
their projects. If you have any questions you can stop by the
office and Jean or anyone of us can explain more. We would
like to have a 1st Degree sometime in August if we have
enough people interested. Fill out a application and put it in
the basket on my office door. God Bless you all
There will be a Spanish Retreat for Couples on
July 30th & 31st. Starting at 8 am—6 pm and Sunday 8-1 pm—Child Care available. Here at Church.
Anyone is invited to join.
BOX TOPS:
Please bring in your BOX TOPS for the Sisters who
run the Academy for Pre-Schoolers. You can put
them in the mail slot of the office door. Thank you
for your help.
Marriage Encounter
Jesus calls us to love the Lord and to love one another. He especially wants us to treat each other with compassion and kindness. Make the time to allow the love of God to strengthen, renew and rekindle your marriage relationship. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are: Sep 30 - Oct 2,
2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC and Nov 4-6, 2016 in Atlantic Beach,
NC. Early sign up is recommended. For more information visit
our website at: https://NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us
at [email protected] or 704-315-2144
FAITH FORMATION REGISTRATION IS BEGINNING:
YOU WILL NEED A COPY
OF YOUR CHILD’S BIRTH , FIRST COMMUNION AND BAPTISM CERTIFICATES—IF THEY WERE DONE
HERE AT ST. JOSEPH’S JUST LET US KNOW WHAT THE DATES WERE. EACH CHILD NEEDS A SEPARATE APPLICATION. FEE FOR REGISTRATION IS $30.00 AND $40.00 FOR CONFIRMATION
STUDENTS. OFFICE IS OPEN 8-5 DAILY FOR YOU TO REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN.
PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
TODAY’S READING
July 10,2016
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SAINTS AND SPECIAL
OBSERVANCES
First Reading — Heed the voice of the LORD. It is something very near to
you, already in your hearts; you only need to carry it out (Deuteronomy
30:10-14).Psalm — Turn to the Lord in your need,
Sunday:Fifteenth Sunday
and you will live
(Psalm 69) or Psalm 19.
Second Reading — All things were created through
Monday: St. Benedict
and for Christ Jesus (Colossians 1:15-20).
Wednesday:St. Henry
Gospel — To be a neighbor, show love by treating
others with mercy, as did the Good Samaritan
Thursday: St. Kateri Tekakwitha
(Luke 10:25-37).
in Ordinary Time
Friday: St. Bonaventure
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
The first “presbyters” were advisers to the bishops rather than what
we would call “priests,” yet by the year 1000 our present-day understanding of the ordained priesthood is clearly in place. The Germanic influence
was strong in those days, reflected in a series of questions posed to the
candidate about his intentions.
The priest’s role in the celebration of Mass had by then come to the
fore, as the ritual notes that Mass vestments must be worn, the hands of
the priest must be anointed with chrism, and a chalice with wine and water and a paten with a host must be given. Up to then, the ordination rite
had stressed the presbyter as a collaborator with the bishop and a member of the order of presbyters. Then, in a not-so-subtle shift, the presbyter
came to be seen as a “priest” designated to celebrate the Mass and, as
the prayer suggests, to touch the chalice. By these days, remember, the
cup had long vanished from Communion for the laity. A thousand years
ago, today’s patterns were already in place. The priest no longer saw himself as a member of a council of elders, a presbytery, and in some dioceses he had little influence over the bishop. Instead, he was either a pastor,
with relationship to the eucharistic community in the parish, or he was a
priest monk, offering Mass for the salvation of the departed or the intentions of the living.
Saturday:Our Lady of Mount Carmel;
Blessed Virgin Mary
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:Is 1:10-17; Ps 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23; Mt 10:34
— 11:1
Tuesday: Is 7:1-9; Ps 48:2-8; Mt 11:20-24
Wednesday: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16; Ps 94:5-10, 14-15; Mt
11:25-27
Thursday: Is
26:7-9, 12, 16-19; Ps 102:13-14ab, 15-21; Mt 11:28-30
Friday:Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8; Is 38:10-12abcd, 16; Mt 12:1
-8
Saturday:Mi
2:1-5; Ps 10:1-4, 7-8, 14; Mt 12:14-21
Sunday: Gen 18:1-10a; Ps 15:2-5; Col 1:24-28;Lk 10:3842
MORNING GLORYA morning-glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books.—
Walt Whitan
GO AND DO LIKEWISE
Miss Collins, the dean of students at Olympic High School, was past
the point of scolding Matt, though she liked him very much. “Four detentions in two weeks are too many.” Still Matt wouldn’t tell. It was only after
Miss Collins went on a morning neighborhood patrol that she found out
the real reason for Matt’s tardiness. Thump, thump, thump, came the
wheelchair down the stairs. It was Matt, steadying Shawnetta as he helped
lower her down the stairs and then push her to the corner bus stop.
“She’s a girl in my parish youth group,” Matt explained to Miss Collins.
There are many ways to describe Matt’s actions—a random act of kindness, making a difference one person at a ime. Jesus would understand.
When the lawyer correctly identified the good Samaritan as the one who
had treated the injured man with compassion, Jesus said simply, “Go and
do likewise” (Luke 10:37).Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Retrouvaille
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times in their marriages. It is designed to
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on track. It will give you the opportunity to
rediscover each other and examine your lives
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For confidential information or to apply to attend
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Iglesia De San Jose
July 10,2016
De la oficina del padre Felipe
En todo el país que todos disfrutamos de la celebración del 4 de julio. disfrutar de las barbacoas con todos los amigos y
vecinos, fuegos artificiales y los viajes de vacaciones son todos esenciales para esta gran fiesta. Escuchamos a la gente saludo, "4 de julio feliz". rara vez oímos a alguien decir, "Feliz Día de la Independencia".
Realmente es un reto para investigar el estado de ánimo de las fiestas y la actitud que nos ha motivado a participar en
las fiestas, aunque muchas veces tendemos a ignorar la razón para ello. Nos jactamos de la "tierra de los libres y el
hogar de los valientes"! Para aquellos fuera de este país, esta es la tierra de las oportunidades que motiva a todos en el
mundo de largo para entrar en. Los que han nacido y criado aquí y no privados de oportunidades puede no entender o
apreciar. La excelencia y la excepcionalidad que son exclusivos de esta gran nación no pueden ser ignorados o negados. Es cierto que es una bendición ser un ciudadano de los Estados Unidos o para poder disfrutar de la libertad y las
oportunidades de esta nación permite a todos disfrutar. Esta libertad ha de ser considerada en varios aspectos:
Históricamente hablamos de la libertad política. La autonomía de un sistema de alimentación externa se obtiene por el
movimiento organizado por los residentes. Incluso la ausencia de gobernantes fraccionales dentro del país también es
parte de un movimiento de libertad que permite a todos a estar unidos como una sola Nación, unidos bajo un solo Dios .. Obviamente que implica la terminación de la división entre todas las personas que pueden ser causados por la
segregación, sectarismo, sociopolítica y polarizaciones ideológicas. liderazgo corrupto y poco patriotas frecuencia explota dichos factores de división únicamente para ganancias políticas o personales.
Cuando eso sucede en un nivel nacional podemos decir que estamos realmente libre?
En el frente económico, la libertad está muy entrelazada con la riqueza nacional debido a nuestra propia prosperidad y
nuestra deuda nacional generada por nuestras propias insuficiencias e ineficiencias. líderes patriotas mantener el foco
en la prosperidad y el bienestar nacional, donde los miembros de esta gran Nación son los sujetos y beneficiarios. Cuando los líderes son impulsados por la popularidad y el programa ideológico, tienden a anunciar "economía global" y
todo lo que para ellos es "global", como si se avergüenzan de la Nacional.
Cuando se trata de la norma del día, podemos creer que somos libres? oportunidades religiosos y económicos eran las
principales fuerzas motrices que llevaron a la mayoría de los inmigrantes a este país. Los derechos para la práctica de
nuestra fe y de propagar nuestra fe están grabados en este mundo de los sueños. El hecho es que orgullosos gran
mayoría en este país son cristianos y creyentes de alguna forma de religión. Una pequeña fracción de la población, impulsada por las influencias anticristianas ateos y otros con su influencia la propaganda concertada y el poder adquisitivo
trata de aislar a los valores cristianos de la vida pública. Tal influencia envalentona a los líderes no comprometidos para
afirmar que "esto no es una nación cristiana". Ellos saben que los cristianos no pueden reaccionar o silenciarlos usando
de nuevo el programa de carreras de división y oportunista. Cuando el gobierno y sus líderes corruptos suprimen ab-
ANDA Y HAZ TÚ LO MISMO
La señorita González, la decana de los estudiantes de la Escuela Secundaria Olimpo, ya estaba cansada de regañar a
Mateo, a pesar de que le caía muy bien. “Cuatro castigos después de clase en dos semanas es demasiado". Sin embargo
Mateo permanecía en silencio. Sólo después de que la señorita González fuera en una ronda matutina por el vecindario descubrió la verdadera razón de las tardanzas de Mateo. Pataplún, cayó la silla de ruedas por las escaleras. Era Mateo, sujetando a Dolores mientras ayudaba a que la bajaran por las escaleras y luego la empujaba hasta la parada de autobús. “Es una
chica de mi grupo de jóvenes de la parroquia” Mateo le explicó a la señorita González. Hay muchas formas de describir las
acciones de Mateo –un acto de bondad al azar, marcar una diferencia en la vida de una persona a la vez. Jesús entendería.
Cuando el abogado identificó correctamente al buen samaritano como el que había tratado al hombre herido con compasión, Jesús simplemente dijo: “Anda y haz tú lo mismo” (Lucas 10:37).Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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FORMACIÓN DE FE DE REGISTRO SE principio: Usted necesitará una copia de nacimiento de su niño, primera comunión y el bautismo CERTIFICADOS-si hubieran tenido aquí en San. JOSÉ apenas sepamos cuáles fueron los FECHAS. CADA NIÑO NECESITA una solicitud por separado. Cuota de inscripción es de $ 30.00 y $ 40.00 para ESTUDIANTES DE CONFIRMACIÓN. Oficina está abierta de 8-5 diario para que registre sus hijos.
July 10, 2016
Iglesia De San Jose
LECTURAS DE HOY
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Primera lectura — Escuchen la voz del Señor. Es algo
muy cerca de ti, y está en tu corazón;
sólo necesitas observarla
(Deuteronomio 30:10-14)
Salmo —
Escúchame, Señor, porque eres bueno
(Salmo 69 [68])
Segunda lectura — Todas las cosas
fueron creadas mediante y para Cristo
Jesús ( Colosenses 1:15-20).
Evangelio — Ser un buen vecino, mostrar amor tratando a
otros con misericordia (Lucas 10:25-37).
Lunes: Is 1:10-17; Sal 50 (49):8-9, 16bc-17, 21,
23; Mt 10:34 — 11:1
Martes: Is 7:1-9; Sal 48 (47):2-8; Mt 11:20-24
Miércoles: Is 10:5-7, 13b-16; Sal 94 (93):5-10,
14-15; Mt 11:25-27
Jueves: Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19; Sal 102 (101):
13-14ab, 15-21; Mt 11:28-30
Viernes:Is 38:1-6, 21-22, 7-8; Is 38:10-12abcd,
16; Mt 12:1-8
Sábado:Mi 2:1-5; Sal 10 (9):1-4, 7-8, 14;
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Mt 12:14-21
Domingo: Gen 18:1-10a; Sal 15 (14):2-5;
Domingo: Decimoquinto Domingo del
Col 1:24-28; Lc 10:38-42
Tiempo Ordinario
Lunes: San Benito
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Miércoles: San Enrique
Desde 1913, en la ciudad de Puntarenas, Costa Rica,
la Virgen del Carmen es reconocida como la Virgen
Jueves: Santa Kateri Tekakwitha
del Mar. En aquel año un barco llamado el Galileo nauViernes: San Buenaventura
fraga en una tempestad y el pueblo angustiado por
sus seres queridos recurrió al templo de la Virgen paSábado: Nuestra Señora del Carmen;
ra pedir auxilio. Algunos días después todos los tripulantes fueron rescatados y llevados a Puntarenas.
Santa María Virgen
Según los tripulantes, mientras las lluvias y vientos
Somos Jovenes Elegidos
amenazaban al Galileo una mujer los animó a que se
La Parroquia San Jose te invita a ti joven a un encuen- echasen al agua y nadaran a tierra firme. Allí ella los
alimentó y los acompañó hasta que fueron rescatatro con Jesus.
dos.
Julio 23 y 24, 2016
Llenos de alegría, el pueblo llevó a los rescatados a la
En Black Lake Retreat Center ubicado en 4709 New
iglesia para dar gracias. Estos reconocieron a la VirHope Church RD Asheboro NC 27205
gen del Carmen como la mujer que los había ayudado.
Para mas informacion contactar a
Desde entonces el sábado más cercano al 16 de julio,
Hna Martha
336 460 6462
el pueblo celebra en grande la fiesta del Carmen con
Hno Raul
336 9641955
grandes desfiles de barcos y yates. Entre música y
Hna Maricruz
336 460 5224
fuegos artificiales los costarricenses vienen en embarcaciones adornadas desde toda la nación a celebrar con la Virgen del Mar que también se encuentra
en una embarcación.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, 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]
SOFTWARE
MSPublisher 2003
Adobe Acrobat 8
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PRINTER
Epson 720
TRANSMISSION TIME
Tuesday 10:00 AM
SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
December 16, 2012
NUMBER OF PAGES SENT
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