Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 16, 2015
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MISSION STATEMENT St. Pius V is a Roman Catholic faith community following the teachings of Jesus Christ. As a
united parish, we celebrate and evangelize our many cultural traditions through liturgy, prayer and service.
Empowered and challenged by the Holy Spirit, we welcome all in fellowship by sharing our gifts and reflecting God’s
love.
Approved by Parish Council March 27, 2001
DECLARACIÓN DE LA MISIÓN San Pio V es una comunidad de fe Católica que sigue las enseñanzas de Jesucristo.
Como una parroquia unida, nosotros evangelizamos y celebramos nuestras tradiciones culturales a través de la
liturgia, oración y servicio. Fortalecidos y motivados por el Espíritu Santo les damos la bienvenida a todos como
hermanos, compartiendo nuestros dones y reflejando el amor de Dios.
Aprobado por el Consejo Parroquial 27 de Marzo del 2001
PARISH OFFICE
7691 Orangethorpe Ave.
Buena Park CA 90621
714-522-2193
fax 714-522-1730
Hours: 9:00 am - 8:30 pm (Sun. 3:00 pm)
(Closed during lunch & dinner)
Rev. Paw Lwin, Parish Administrator
Rev. Mario Juarez, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Jude Serfino, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Eamon O’Gorman, Sundays
Deacon Rey Marin
Deacon Fidel Rodriguez
Deacon William Yang
SCHOOL: 714-522-5313 (7:00 am - 3:30 pm)
stpius5school.net
SRE: 714-522-3971 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
R.C.I.A: 714-522-2193
(Most Wednesdays at 7:30 pm)
MASS/CONFESSION SCHEDULE
Vigil (Saturday) Masses:
5:15 pm
7:00 pm (Español)
Sundays:
7:45 am, 9:15 am, 10:45 am,
12:15 pm, 1:45 pm (Español), 6:30 pm
Weekdays: 8:00 am and 5:15 pm
(Mondays 8:30 am)
Saturday: 8:00 am
Notices for the bulletin are due at noon
on Friday, 9 days before distribution,
due to publisher’s lead time.
NOVENA
Our Mother of Good Counsel
Saturdays: After the 8:00 am Mass
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Wednesdays: After the 5:15 pm Mass
BAPTISMS: By Appointment Only
(English and Spanish)
No Baptisms during Lent.
Holy Days: As announced in bulletin
MARRIAGES: Call for an appointment
at least six months in advance.
Confessions:
Saturdays: 3:30 to 4:45 pm
Eves of First Fridays: 3:30 to 4:45 pm
SPY & LITURGY: 714-521-2430
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
The 24th of each month
or as announced
WEBSITE: www.stpius5.org
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St. Pius V Church
August 16-23
SUNDAY: TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:45 AM: Andy R. & Augustin Baca (d)
9:15 AM: For the People
10:45 AM: Manuel & Niueria Barros (d)
12:15 PM: Sofronia Lapinid (d)
1:45 PM: El Santisimo
6:30 PM: Mary Maligaso (Sp. Int.)
MONDAY: WEEKDAY
8:30 AM: Hernando Aguilar (d)
5:15 PM: Jim Mostowski
TUESDAY: WEEKDAY
8:00 AM: Oscar Bagnaes (d)
5:15 PM: Diara lorena Navarro (d)
WEDNESDAY: WEEKDAY
8:00 AM: Micaela Gonzalez (d)
5:15 PM: Evelyn C. Santos (d)
THURSDAY: ST. BERNARD
8:00 AM: Epiphane Ho (d)
5:15 PM: Franco & LeAnne Estacio
FRIDAY: ST. PIUS X
8:00 AM: Andrew Olea (d)
5:15 PM: Mostowski Family (d)
SATURDAY: THE QUEENSHIP OF THE BLESSED
VIRGIN MARY
8:00 AM: Victoria Vilela (d)
5:15 PM: Felixberto A. Amagna, Jr. (d)
7:00 PM: Fausto Gonzalez (Sp. Int.)
SUNDAY: TWENTY-FIRST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
7:45 AM: Ceferino Fandez (d)
9:15 AM: For the People
10:45 AM: Edwin Abreu (d)
12:15 PM: Raymond Maligaso (Sp. Int.)
1:45 PM: Manuel Carrillo Escalante (d)
6:30 PM: Novena
COLLECTION FOR THE WEEKEND OF
Mission Coop Collection - $16,522.62
August 8 & 9 - $19,612.14
OUR WEEKLY BUDGETED INCOME IS $22,957
TO SUPPORT OUR MINISTRIES.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT.
The Lord has blessed each of us with many gifts,
including the talents we use at work.
Are you returning a portion to the Lord through your
Sunday contribution each week?
August 16, 2015
The Parking Lot on the Beach Blvd. side
(East) of the church will be closed and
unavailable on Monday & Tuesday,
August 17 & 18 for repairs and restriping.
Please park on the West side of the church
off Orangethorpe, the church & school
parking lot.
Your prayers are requested for:
Sr. Margaret, Betty Kendall, Margaret Trujillo,
Sr. Shelia Coburn, Pat Prieto, Sr. Timothea Park,
Ted & Sue Gallitz, Dorothy Bardon, Charles
Lentz, Kathleen Pascoe, Clara Atkins, Lionell Perreira, Joan
Davis, Verlin Turnquist, John Herbers, Donna Elder, Shirley
Saint, Gilles Daigle, Fr. Joseph Jensen, Jeannie Stell, John
McGinnis, Diane Borges, Sheryl Pascual, Daisy Marie M.
Pascual, Jaydan Gonzales, Jim Pascoe, Clement Arizon,
Rebecca Javier, David Hartman, Teresa Bautista, Helen
Porras, Melanie Rodriguez, Gladys (Corky) Griffen, Mary
Moline, Tom Sena, Tony Luna, Cayetano Pulanco, Susie
Velasco, George Llamas, Cathy Posner, Nicholas Seniw,
Phyllis Reynolds, Belen Flandez, Miriam Punzalan, Torie
Hamdi, Jason & Carrie Gitch, Kathleen Easler, Lily Acuna,
Carmen Adams, Pedro Osoria, Jonathan Kolp, Richard
Reynes, Susan Remigio, Josephina Alrcon, Sammy Vincent
Bulone, Lucky Garcia, Pat Wurm, Josie Cortez, Carmen Adans,
Yolanda Moreno, Chrystal Trumbo, & Yolanda Martinez.
THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT
Jose Clemente & Lisette Lopez
Felimon Morales & Maria Honesto
SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
Hector Morales & Guillermina Lopez
Please pray for the repose of the souls of:
Claire White
Javier Reynoso
MEDITATION (Contemplative Prayer)
Saturdays 9:00 - 10:00 am, Upstairs. Be Still and
Know That I am God. Seek God in prayer and
meditation and maintain a balance in body, mind and
spirit. Our Meditation Group is by nature ecumenical
and we practice open-door hospitality, welcoming
anyone who comes sincerely seeking silence.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Jgs 2:11-19; Ps 106:34-37, 39-40, 43ab, 44; Mt 19:16-22
Tuesday:
Jgs 6:11-24a; Ps 85:9, 11-14; Mt 19:23-30
Wednesday: Jgs 9:6-15; Ps 21:2-7; Mt 20:1-16
Thursday: Jgs 11:29-39a; Ps 40:5, 7-10; Mt 22:1-14
Friday:
Ru 1:1, 3-6, 14b-16, 22; Ps 146:5-10; Mt 22:34-40
Saturday: Ru 2:1-3, 8-11; 4:13-17; Ps 128:1b-5; Mt 23:1-12
Sunday:
Jos 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b; Ps 34:2-3, 16-21; Eph 5:21-32; Jn 6:60-69
20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Church
Thank you to the 262 families who have pledged
$93,115 to the Pastoral Services Appeal so far. Every
pledge, no matter what the size, is valued and
appreciated. If you have not done so yet, please make
a pledge by dropping your pledge envelope in the
collection basket or sending it to the parish office.
Join with your church family to reach our goal of
$121,000.
Pledge envelopes and brochures are at the back of the
church in the brochure holders or at the parish office.
PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND
Chaplain: Fr. Eamon O’Gorman, Assistant Wendy Hart
Tuesday, February 23 - Thursday March 3, 2016
Non-Stop Flight by El Al from LAX to Tel Aviv
Price: $2,795 per person includes Airline Taxes, Tips and
Gratuities to Guide/Driver/Hotel Porters.
For more information and reservation, please contact:
Gaby & Yoka Koo
Saint Joseph Catholic Books & Gifts
2829 West Lincoln Ave., Anaheim, CA 92801
714-226-9267 or 714-397-0757
www.stjosephfreeshipping.com
Wednesday Holy Hour
Our Wednesday Holy Hour is this Wednesday, August 12th,
beginning at 7:30 pm in the chapel.
The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed for adoration for an hour
including an extended period of silence (a half hour or so) for
silent prayer and meditation. The Hour will end with Evening
Prayer and Benediction. During the silent prayer time, you might
consider doing some spiritual reading, journaling, praying the
rosary or some other form of silent and personal prayer, having a
quiet conversation with the Lord, or just simply basking in the
presence of the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and in one another.
Please come prepared to spend this time fruitfully (with any
reading or writing materials you might need).
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SEPTEMBER 25, 26 & 27
HELP NEEDED:
Set Up and Take Down: Patrick Hughes 714-232-3381
Maintenance: Bobby Anderson 562-896-6717
& Michael Pascual 714-352-0043
Booth Sponsors: John Muller 714-714-883-1836
PRE SALE RIDE TICKETS
& VOLUNTEER SIGN UPS:
Saturday & Sunday, August 15-16,
Saturday & Sunday, August 22-23,
Saturday & Sunday, August 29-30,
Saturday & Sunday, September 12-13
Saturday & Sunday, September 19-20
Volunteer Meeting: Tuesday, September 15 7PM
Pancake Breakfast: Sunday, Sep. 27 8-12PM
BAPTISM, FIRST EUCHARIST,
CONFIRMATION FOR ADULTS
Are you an adult (age 18 or older) who
would like to become Catholic? Are you a
baptized Catholic who has not yet been
confirmed and/or received First Communion?
Classes will begin on September 9. Registration
DEADLINE is August 31. If you are an adult who
would like to receive any or all of these sacraments,
please come to the parish office during regular business
hours to complete a registration form. For more
information, please call Cathy Alba at 714-523-5242.
GOD’S WORD TODAY
At every Mass we are nourished at two tables: the table of God’s sacred word and the table of the Eucharist. Today’s
readings provide a feast for our souls. Wisdom, that mysterious feminine figure, invites all to her table to eat of her
food and drink of her wine. This food helps us to “advance in the way of understanding.” As wise followers of the Lord,
we listen to Jesus’ words: “I am the living bread that came down from heaven.” At the table of the
Eucharist we feast on this, the most sacred of all foods. We eat and drink of the very body and
blood of Christ. From both tables—word and Eucharist—we are given life in abundance. Let us
hunger for wisdom and for the presence of Christ as the word of God is proclaimed this day.
From Saint Margaret Sunday Missal, copyright © J. S. Paluch Company
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St. Pius V Church
St. Pius V Catholic School
Scholarships Help Requested
Catholic Bishops of the United States affirmed their
“strong conviction that Catholic elementary and secondary
schools are of great value to our Church and our nation;
and that, in our role as chief teachers, we are each responsible for the total educational ministry of the local
Church.” Furthermore they “affirmed that the entire ecclesial community . . . is called to value ever more deeply the
importance of this task and mission, and to continue to
give it full and enthusiastic support.” The Bishops continues by saying, “Catholic schools afford the fullest and
best opportunity to realize the fourfold purpose of Christian education, namely to provide an atmosphere in which
the Gospel message is proclaimed, community in Christ is
experienced, service to our sisters and brothers is the
norm, and thanksgiving and worship of our God is cultivated .”
Currently more and more families are seeking Catholic
education for their children. St. Pius V Catholic School
attempts to make this wish a reality by providing monetary
assistance whenever possible.
We are seeking parishioners who can assist in this calling by providing scholarship monies for needy students.
Please take a moment and search your heart…..can you be
one of these special “guardian angels?” All assistance will
be used exclusively for the students. Please contact the
school to speak with the Principal directly regarding your
possible donation or use the monthly scholarship church
envelope for your donation.
Call:714-522-5313
August 16, 2015
Grief, Loss & Healing
St. Pius V Bereavement
Support Ministry
Next meeting Monday, August 17 at 7:30
pm, upstairs in room “C”.
When someone we love dies, we are sent
on a lonely and even painful journey. Our grief is
unique...and it can be a most agonizing experience.
We invite and warmly welcome any of you who are
suffering due to a previous or recent loss of a love one.
Our ministry may help you cope and work through your
grief. We offer you emotion support, comfort, and
discussions on how to deal with loss, sorrow and
transitions. We will listen, share and pray with you. We
join with others to tell the story of the person and to
celebrate their life.
This is constant and continuing program and is open to
everyone. There are no charges or fees but donations are
welcome.
We meet every 1st and 3rd Monday of each month
(except holidays and holy days of obligation) at 7:30 pm,
upstairs in room “C”.
For information, contact: John Alba 714-523-5242.
Please come and join us, because we care.
“Blessed are they who mourn for they shall be comforted.”
When was the last time you did something special alone
together? Most couples are busy with work and family. It
seems that every moment of the day is planned and there’s
never enough time to get everything done. When was the
last time you had a weekend alone? Consider planning a
weekend away just the two of you, to renew your marriage
relationship. We have 2 weekends to choose from:
September 18-20 and November 13-15. Both these
weekends start on Friday night and end on Sunday
afternoon. They will be located at an Orange County
hotel. For more information, please contact Jim & Cheryl
at 949-551-9156 or John & Maggie Lee at 714-837
5136. If you prefer sign up at our website at ocwwme.org.
St. Pius V Faith Formation
Office Registration
Not just a School …
but a family.”
The Faith Formation Office will
reopen on August 17th. Hours will be:
Monday through Thursday,
9AM to 2PM. (Closed on Fridays)
Registration for the following:
Elementary Ministry - Eucharist Preparation
Junior High Ministry - Confirmation Preparation
All new registrations must be accompanied by a copy of
the young person’s baptismal certificate.
We begin on September 29th and October 1st.
Registration information is available on the parish website: www.stpius5.org Click “Youth”
20th in Ordinary Time
St. Pius V Church
Gracias a las 262 familias que se han comprometido y
han hecho su promesas $93,115 a la Campaña de
Servicios Pastorales. Cada promesa, no importa la
cantidad, nosotros la apreciamos y valoramos, si tú
aun no has hecho tu donación, por favor
comprométete y has tu promesa hoy. Puedes ponerla
en sobre especial y ponerlo en la canasta de la colecta
o traerlo a la Oficina de la Parroquia. Únete con tu
familia de la Iglesia y ayúdanos a lograr nuestra meta
de $121,000.
Los Sobres para hacer tu promesa y los folletos están en
la parte de atrás de la Iglesia y en la oficina Parroquial.
Información sobre Quinceañeras
La Celebración de una Misa de XV anos, para una
sola joven, esta disponible en ciertas fechas. Se les
pide hacer la reservación con cuatro meses de
anticipación. Para mayor información sobre fechas
disponibles y el costo, favor de comunicarse a la
oficina parroquia.
Bautismos en español
Los bautismos comunitarios, en español, son
cada segundo domingo del mes a las 3:00 pm.
Los bautismos individuales son en sábado. Para
ambos necesita comunicarse a la oficina
parroquial para adquirir mayor información sobre
el proceso.
AMAR A AMBOS
Debemos amar a ambos –aquellos cuyas opiniones
compartimos y aquellos cuyas opiniones rechazamos.
Ambos han procurado buscar la verdad, y ambos nos han
ayudado a encontrarla.
—Santo Tomás de Aquino
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25, 26 y 27 de SEPTIEMBRE
SE BUSCA AYUDANTE
Configurar: Patrick Hughes 714-232-3381
Mantenimiento: Bobby Anderson 562-896-6717
& Michael Pascual 714-352-0043
Los patrocinadores de las cabinas:
John Muller 714-714-883-1836
PRE SALE RIDE TICKETS y
Sab.-Dom. 15-16/Agosto Sab.-Dom. 22-23/Agosto
Sab.-Dom. 29-30/Agosto Sab.-Dom. 12-13/Sep.
Sab.-Dom. 19-20/Sep.
Junto por Voluntarios: Martes, 15 de Septiembre 7PM
Desayuno de Pancake: Domingo, 27/ Sep. 27 8-12PM
EL MINISTERIO “FAMILIAS EN CRISTO”
TE INVITA A SUS NOCHES PLENARIAS DE
ORACIONTODOS LOS MIERCOLES A LAS 7
PM EN LA CAFETERIA DE LA
IGLESIA SAN PIO V
Ven a escuchar temas relacionados con problemas
familiares, como drogadicción, divorcios y violencia
familiar. Si estas triste y piensas que ya
no hay salida a tus problemas, ven y encontraras
una nueva forma de ver la vida!
No pierdas esta oportunidad !!!
TE ESPERAMOS
LA PALABRA DE DIOS HOY
En cada Misa somos alimentados en dos mesas: la mesa de la Palabra sagrada de Dios y la mesa de la Eucaristía. Las
lecturas de hoy ofrecen un festín para nuestras almas. La sabiduría, esa misteriosa figura femenina, nos invita a todos a
su mesa, a comer su pan y a beber su vino. Este alimento nos ayuda a avanzar “por el camino de la prudencia”. Como
discípulos sabios del Señor escuchamos las palabras de Jesús: “Yo soy el pan vivo que ha
bajado del cielo”. En la mesa de la Eucaristía festejamos y nos alimentamos con el más
sagrado de todos los alimentos. Comemos y bebemos del mismo cuerpo y sangre de Cristo. De
ambas mesas, la de la Palabra y la de la Eucaristía, se nos da la vida en abundancia. Que la
palabra de Dios proclamada hoy nos dé hambre de sabiduría y de la presencia de Cristo.
Traducido de Saint Margaret Sunday Missal derechos de autor © J. S. Paluch Company
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St. Pius V Church
August 16, 2015
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Jue 2:11-19; Sal 106 (105):34-37, 39-40, 43ab, 44; Mt 19:16-22
Martes: Jue 6:11-24a; Sal 85 (84):9, 11-14; Mt 19:23-30
Miércoles: Jue 9:6-15; Sal 21 (20):2-7; Mt 20:1-16
Jueves:
Jue 11:29-39a; Sal 40 (39):5, 7-10; Mt 22:1-14
Viernes: Ru 1:1, 3-6, 14b-16, 22; Sal 146 (145):5-10; Mt 22:34-40
Sábado: Ru 2:1-3, 8-11; 4:13-17; Sal 128 (127):1b-5; Mt 23:1-12
Domingo: Jos 24:1-2a, 15-17, 18b; Sal 34 (33):2-3, 16-21; Ef 5:21-32; Jn 6:60-69
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — La sabiduría nos dice: Dejen su
ignorancia y vivirán; avancen por el camino de la
prudencia (Proverbios 9:1-6).
Salmo — Haz la prueba y verás qué bueno es el Señor
(Salmo 34 [33]).
Segunda lectura — Vivan como personas de sabiduría
tratando de entender qué es la voluntad del Señor, llenos
del Espíritu y dando gracias siempre (Efesios 5:15-20).
Evangelio — Jesús dice, “Yo soy el pan vivo que ha
bajado del cielo; el que coma de este pan vivirá para
siempre” (Juan 6:51-58).
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Vigésimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Miércoles: San Juan Eudes
Jueves:
San Bernardo
Viernes: San Pio X
Sábado: Santa María Virgen, Reina
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Según la creencia de los aztecas, toltecas y otros
indígenas, los niños y las niñas nacen sin rostro y corazón.
Corresponde a la familia formar en ellos y ellas el rostro
(la personalidad), y el corazón (ánimo/ motivación)
durante los primeros siete años de su vida.
Rostro y corazón son una combinación para hablar de
un tercer aspecto. En este caso rostro y corazón indican la
persona bien formada. Los judíos de la época de Jesús
también usaban ciertas palabras para indicar otras
realidades. Cuerpo y sangre, por ejemplo, indican a la
persona en su totalidad. El cuerpo muestra el carácter de la
persona, mientras que la sangre indica su ánimo o
motivación.
Cuando Jesús nos invita a comer su Cuerpo y beber su
Sangre nos está invitando a tomar su rostro y corazón.
Nuestra personalidad debe ser como la suya y nuestra
motivación también. De esta manera entramos en íntima
comunión con él, a quien comulgamos. En nuestro interior
vamos aprendiendo a pensar y amar como él, mientras que
exteriormente vamos aprendiendo a comportarnos como
él.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
—Santo Tomás de Aquino
Actividades de la Comunidad Hispana
Ministerio de Hombres Juan Pablo II:
Martin Cruz, Coordinador 714-388-7757;
Víctor Sierra, Sub Coordinador 714-269-8323;
Santiago Macedonio-Tesorero 714-404-9044;
Teo Esquivel, Secretario 714-292-8662
Al Anona ‘Mi Nueva Vida’: Jueves 7:15 - 9pm
Marisol Espinosa 714-235-5497
Grupo de Oración: “Ríos de Agua Viva”
Lunes 12 - 2 pm, Salón “B”
Sonia Rivera 714-539-9758
Nueva Juventud de El-Shaddai: Lunes, 7:00 pm en el
Gran Salón. Lourdes López 714-287-5257
Grupo Carismático de Oración: Emmanuel
Lunes 7-9 pm Salón “B”
María Isabel Espinosa 714-422-7136
Maty Santiago 562-884-3356
Quinceañeras: Llamar a la oficina
y completar un formulario.
Programa de Educación Religiosa:
Obdulia López 714-522-4805
R.C.I.A. Rito de Iniciación para Adultos:
Obdulia López 714-522-4805
Familias en Cristo: Miércoles 7-9 pm en la Cafetería
Evelyn Cruz 714-293-9526
Lupita Cardona 714-470-2126
Encuentro Matrimonial:
Nicolás y Julia Cervantes 714-863-4550
Nicolás y Alma del Villar 714-381-6821
Emmanuel Coordinador:
Maty Santiago 562-884-3356
Emmanuel Sub-Coordinador:
Gonzalo Noboa 213-434-4549
Retrovaille: (Matrimonios en Crisis) los señores
Martin y Angélica Ramos 714-774-4963