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Saint Mark Catholic Church
Saint Mark Catholic Church
www.stmarknc.org  14740 Stumptown Road, Huntersville, NC 28078
We, the members of St. Mark Catholic Church, a Faith Community called as one by Christ
to serve and witness in His name, seek to celebrate our Faith through service and evangelization
to each other, our families and our community.
St. Mark Parish Directory
stmarknc.org14740 Stumptown Rd, Huntersville NC 28078
Parish Office | Mon-Fri, 9 am-4:30 pm
Phone: 704-948-0231; Fax: 704-948-8018
Pastor
Very Rev. John T. Putnam, JV
Parochial Vicars
Rev. Paul D. McNulty
Rev. A. Cory Catron
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Brian Becker
Rev. Mr. Richard McCarron
Rev. Mr. Thomas McGahey
Rev. Mr. Robert Murphy
Rev. Mr. Louis Pais
Rev. Dr. Ronald Sherwood
Sacristan
Daniel Pressley
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 211
Administrative Assistant
Tricia McCaa
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 102
Pastoral Associate for HR and
Outreach
Barry McCaa
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 119
Pastoral Associate for Facilities
and Planning
Scott Bruno
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 118
Finance Director
Florence Moore
704-948-0231, Ext. 116
[email protected]
Parish Accountant
Karen Zaleski
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 121
Calendar Management
Leanne Vaccaro
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 107
Music Ministry
Laura Maclean, Director
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 106
Ministry Coordinator
Beth Zuhosky
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 136
Faith Formation
Donna Smith, Director
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 104
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Elementary Faith Formation
and Sacraments of
First Reconciliation and
First Communion
Faye Nye, Coordinator
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 115
Middle School Ministry and
Sacrament of Confirmation
Mary Grace Kaup, Coordinator
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 117
6th-7th Grade Faith Formation
Coordinator
Sonnet Bonelli
[email protected]
704-948-1306, Ext. 111
High School Ministry
Coordinator
J. Brian Kaup
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 105
Mass Schedule
Sunday Masses
Saturday: 5 pm
Sunday: 7:30 am
9 am (Church; Signed for the hearing impaired)
11 am
1 pm (Spanish)
5 pm (Life Teen Mass)
Spanish: Misa en Español cada Domingo a la 1 pm y
cada viernes a las 7 pm
Daily Masses
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., 7 and 9 am
Wednesday 7 am and 6:30 pm; Saturday 9 am
Holy Days: Vigil 7 pm before feast day, 7 am, 9 am, 7 pm
on the feast day
Live and archived streams of Masses are available
via stmarknc.org. (Liturgy > Watch Mass Live)
Confessions
Daily: (45 minutes prior to Mass, ending 15 minutes
prior to Mass) 6:15—6:45 am and 8:15—8:45 am
Wed.: 6—7:30 pm
Sat.: 3—5 pm
Sun.: 6:45—7:15 am, 8:15—8:45 am, 10:15—10:45 am,
12:15—12:45 pm (Spanish), 4:15—4:45 pm
Rosary
Tuesdays — Church; 7—7:30 pm
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Preschool
Jane Petriella, Director
[email protected]
704-948-8015
In the Monsignor Bellow Adoration Chapel in the Family
Center. For more information email
[email protected]
Deaf Ministry
Mary Sumeracki
[email protected]
704-576-0675 (V/TTY)
Immediately following the Wednesday 6:30 pm Mass
Young at Heart Ministry
Leanne Vaccaro
[email protected]
704-948-0231, Ext. 107
Hispanic Coordinator
Belisario Solorzano
[email protected]
704-948-4239
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena
Legion of Mary Prayer and Rosary
Immediately following the Friday 9 am Mass
Hospitalization
If you or your loved one are in an area hospital,
call the Parish Office to reach one of the Priests. The
Priests offer Confession, bring the Holy Eucharist to you or
administer the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick.
Baptisms & Weddings
Wedding Director
Kris Brodof
[email protected]
704-806-4071
The use of the Church for Baptisms, Weddings and other
Sacramental events is available to active Parishioners.
Contact the Parish Office.
Evening Attendant
Hank Stiene
704-948-1982
Natural Family Planning
Al-Anon
Lisa
704-651-1065
Alcoholics Anonymous
Tom
704-604-7739
Bulletin Team
[email protected]
Joe and Kathy Hack
Teaching Couple #1947
704-548-1834; [email protected]
www.ccli.org
Crisis Pregnancy Help
Charlotte Center for Women (Catholic): 704-401-9320
Catholic Social Services: 704-370-3262
Birthright: 1-800-550-4900
Post Abortion: 1-800-5-WE CARE
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From the Pastor
The readings on this Thirteenth
Sunday in Ordinary Time speak to the
challenges, the possible sacrifices,
and the attitudes needed to follow
Christ as His disciple. Each of us
through Baptism is called to be the
Lord’s Disciple, and many of us
intellectually understand that. However, making the
commitment necessary to fulfill that goal can be
difficult in today’s world.
We find Elijah in the First Reading from First Kings. To
put Elijah’s situation in context he has been called by
God and he, Elijah, has responded. Nevertheless, he is
lonely and feels somewhat burdened by the tasks at
hand. God announces that He will provide him relief by
having him recruit a companion and a successor to his
ministry. God says, “You shall anoint Elisha, son of
Shaphat of Abelmeholah, as prophet to succeed you.”
Elijah discovers Elisha plowing with “twelve yoke of
oxen.” Clearly Elisha was a man of means; any farmer
who could afford twelve oxen to assist him with his
work was well off indeed. Elisha responds to the call by
saying, “…let me kiss my father and mother goodbye
and I will follow you.” He does not reject the
invitation, but he places some qualifications on it. God
invites us to take up His Cross, to take up our own
crosses, and follow him. It is natural for us to inwardly
think to ourselves that we will as soon as we are ready,
as soon as we have accomplished other things. When
Jesus called His Apostles, they literally gave everything
up and followed Him. We may not have to make that
heavy a sacrifice, but we do have to be prepared to
change and to adjust to being a disciple.
In St. Paul’s letter to the Galatians, our Second
Reading, Paul again addresses the whole issue of Jewish
Law. It is a common theme in Paul’s letters, and it is
complicated for most of us, who have no Jewish
tradition, to understand Paul’s continued mention and
evaluation of it. However, it might be simplified in this
way. The Jewish Law was exterior — that is, it was a
standard of living that required the person following it
to act in a particular way in terms of what people saw
and perceived.
As Paul is converted to following Jesus Christ, Paul
realizes that following the Lord is perhaps more of an
internal experience and activity than an external one.
Paul’s basic point is that we must internalize the Lord;
we must make His presence and His teachings a part of
our very being internally. The external actions, as
exemplified by the Law, are secondary, if not
completely non factors. Paul realized that salvation is
not found by fulfilling the external commitment to the
Law, but by becoming committed to the internal action
of belief and faith and service and love.
Stewardship requires action, but prior to acts of
stewardship, one must be converted in both mind and
heart, and that is internal. Our Gospel Reading from
Luke finds Jesus in a Samaritan village. That in itself is
unique and unusual. We have commented in the past
about the conflicts between the Samaritans and the
Jews, and Jesus and His followers were indeed Jews.
They might expect no hospitality from the Samaritans.
What Jesus says and does very well reflects the lesson
provided in the First Reading about Elijah and Elisha.
The Lord’s final comment after people indicate to Him
that they will follow Him, but they have to take care of
some earthly matters first, is “No one who sets a hand
to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for
the kingdom of God.” Jesus grew up in an agrarian
society. This reading may have meant more to people
100 years ago than it does now as our own society was
largely agricultural then.
There are two conclusions to be drawn from Jesus’
statement about plowing and the Kingdom of God: first,
the focus has to be forward always, never backwards;
second, whoever is guiding the animals (or even the
tractor today) must have a firm and consistent grip on
the reins or the steering wheel. For us to be disciples
and for us to be successful servants of God, like the
plower, we must look forward to Christ and to eternity;
then we must be committed and seek the strength to
follow through with the commitment and the
stewardship it requires to accomplish our goal.
Blessings,
Father John
Ghandi
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Remember in Your Prayers
Please Pray For
Joanne Anthony
Roberto Argente
Piedad del Rocío Ariza
Michele Boos
Diane Buchanan
Randy Caputo
Markka ColindresBeltran
Alexandra Daily
Zachary Daily
Dottie Dambrauskas
John Dambrauskas
Bill Dillon
Gloria Echeverri
Our Faithful Departed
David Fox
Jean Fox
Mary Jo Smith Healy
Lina Hernandez
Valery Hernandez
Adrienne Hill
Marliese Ihrke
Phyllis Kiebler
Robb Lamont
Leslie Mason
Loretta Matarese
Kay McAfee
Wendy Merk
Barbara Murphy
May God’s grace be with the family
of our recently deceased:
Dale McCaa, brother of Barry McCaa.
Tom Murphy
Nicole Pellitteri
Kevin Reilly
Shari Saracino
Alexandra Schaney
Clyde Smith
Lynn Storc
Christine Talbert
Marilyn Talboys
Cynthia Tanza
Dee Varvorines
Rollin Vogan
Robin Warner
Karen Zaleski
Mass Intentions
...and all our parishioners who are homebound or reside in area nursing homes and
are unable to attend Mass.
Members In the Service
Army
PFC Stephen Delellis; Kyle Hawks; Capt. Laura Hehn, M.D.;
1st Lt. Trevor Hehn; Capt. Patrick McFarland;
Capt. Robert Vendley; Josh Wagner
Navy
Ensign Christopher Hack; LT Jenna Hehn Quist
…and for all service members not listed here.
If you have a family member who is an active duty military member please
send their name, rank and branch to Celi Anatrella at 704-948-0231 or
[email protected]
Mass Readings
Readings for the Week
Today’s Readings
Monday:
First Reading — The LORD tells Elijah
to anoint Elisha as prophet to
succeed him (1 Kings 19:16b, 19-21).
Am 2:6-10, 13-16;
Ps 50:16bc-23;
Mt 8:18-22
Tuesday:
Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12;
Ps 5:4b-8; Mt 8:23-27
Wednesday: Vigil: Acts 3:1-10;
Ps 19:2-5; Gal 1:11-20;
Jn 21:15-19
Day: Acts 12:1-11;
Ps 34:2-9;
2 Tm 4:6-8, 17-18;
Mt 16:13-19
Thursday: Am 7:10-17; Ps 19:8-11;
Mt 9:1-8
Friday:
Am 8:4-6, 9-12;
Ps 119:2, 10, 20, 30,40,
131; Mt 9:9-13
Saturday: Am 9:11-15; Ps 85:9ab,
10-14; Mt 9:14-17
Sunday:
Is 66:10-14c; Ps 66:1-7,
16, 20;
Gal 6:14-18;
Lk 10:1-12, 17-20 [1-9]
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Psalm — You are my inheritance, O
Lord (Psalm 16).
Second Reading — Use your freedom
in Christ to serve one another
through love (Galatians 5:1, 13-18).
Gospel — While journeying to
Jerusalem, Jesus speaks of the costs
of discipleship (Luke 9:51-62).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from
Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International
Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All
rights reserved.
When wealth is lost, nothing is
lost; when health is lost,
something is lost; when
character is lost, all is lost.
German proverb
Welcome Committee
Mon. June 27 ~ St Cyril of
Alexandria, Bishop
7 am All Fathers living &
deceased
9 am +Louis Hervey
(Betsy Harrington)
Tues. June 28 ~ St. Irenaeus,
Bishop & Martyr
7 am Lindsay Klemm
(Dianne Piraino)
9 am +Frank Santagata
(Millie LoBianco)
Weds. June 29 ~ St. Peter &
St. Paul, Apostles
7 am Christopher Hack
(Hack Family)
6:30 pm +Rita Slanina
(Rita Takahashi)
Thurs. June 30 ~ The First Martyrs
of the Holy Roman Church
7 am Ryan Klemm
(Dianne Piraino)
9 am +Kurdyla Family
(Family)
Fri. July 1 ~ Blessed Junipero
Serra, Priest
7 am +Carmelo Piraino
(Dianne Piraino)
9 am Priess Family
(Dianne Piraino)
7 pm Marco & Concepcion Mejia
(Cindy Padin)
(Spanish Mass)
Sat. July 2
9 am All Souls (Ly Nguyen)
5 pm Heather Waldraff
(Tricia McCaa)
Sun. July 3 ~ Fourteenth Sunday in
Ordinary Time
7:30 am +Harold Arbogast
(Dan & Joan Russo)
9 am +Mary Kilgallon
(Jim Engel)
11 am +Thomas & Elizabeth
Kiernan
(Mike & Janet Kiernan)
1 pm St. Mark Parishioners
5 pm +Joan Guerrein
(Margaret McDonald)
+ deceased; (requested by)
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Stewardship Corner
Parish Calendar
Full Parish Calendar of events
and detail on stmarknc.org.
Sunday, June 26
2:30 pm Baptisms
3:15 pm Baptisms
6 pm FF- HSYM
7 pm Organ Practice
Monday, June 27
8 am SLAM
8 am SMHSM - Testing
10 am Special Needs Mass
1 pm St. Mark Alzheimer
Respite
7 pm Troop 97 PLC Meeting
7:30 pm Liturgical Training
Tuesday, June 28
9:30 am After the Blessing
10 am Prayer Shawl Ministry
10 am School of Mary
(Hispanic)
10 am YaHM - Tai Chi
12:30 pm YaHM - The Shufflers
7 pm Rosary
7 pm Young AE - The Path
7:30 pm Psalm 150 Practice
Wednesday, June 29
8 am SLAM
1:30 pm YaHM -SilverSneakers
7 pm FFHSM- Fraternus /
Fidelis
7 pm FFHSM- Fraternus /
Fidelis
7:30 pm Couples Meeting
(Hispanic)
7:30 pm Spanish Choir Practice
Thursday, June 30
7 pm Be a Man - Men's
Fellowship
7 pm Catholic Doctrine Study
(Hispanic)
7 pm Legion of Mary
Friday, July 1
PARISH OFFICE CLOSED
9:45 am Third Order Council
Meetings
Saturday, July 2
10 am Fatima Home Visitation
1st Sat. Rosary &
Prayers
10 am Tai Chi
11 am QUINCEANERA
(Vanessa Flores)
Sunday, July 3
2:30 pm Baptisms
Sharing Our Gifts - Consistent and
Generous Giving
Our deepest reason for giving is not because our parish has
needs, but because we have a spiritual need to give. Our
gifts to God should be out of faith and gratitude for what
God has done for us. Just like the apostles who laid down
their nets the moment that Jesus called them, we too should lay down
everything, even something as important to us as our finances, to follow
Christ. We are called to give to God from our first fruits, and to recognize
that everything comes from Him.

Pray about the best use of your financial resources and ask God to show
you where you need to give Him priority in them.

Evaluate your regular offertory gift and increase it based on what you
think God is calling you to give until you reach the scriptural tithe.

Make a commitment to give regularly to God through the parish
offertory, and be faithful to your tithing commitment, even if you attend
Mass elsewhere.
It is difficult to give God any percentage of our time, talent or treasure if we
do not first give Him 100% of our hearts. How will you turn more readily to
Him with your whole heart?
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Parish Life
Young at Heart
DisABILITY Ministry:
Special Needs Mass
Prayer Shawl Ministry
When: Tuesday, June 28; 10 am
(second and fourth Tues.)
Where: Parish Hall
Contacts: Carole Lavinio,
704-992-5659 or
Sharon Marshall
704-875-8811 When: Mon., June 27; 10:30 am
Where: Church and Parish Hall
This monthly Mass is offered for area
nursing home and assisted living
Catholic residents, our parishioners
who have difficulty attending
weekend Masses due to the crowds,
those with walking limitations or any
other disability. We will have helpers
at the circular drive to assist our
guests to/from their cars to the
church. We will have a reception
afterwards in the Parish Hall, again,
with helpers assisting.
If you have a family member or friend
who would benefit from this Mass,
please bring them.
Information: Connie Andrews,
704-651-6047,
[email protected]
Dinner Club
When: Tuesday, July 5, 6:30 pm
(first Tues. of the month)
Where: The Vinyl Pi, 15906 Old
Statesville Rd., Huntersville
RSVP: Maryann 704-947-0597 or
Pat 716-796-5283
Charismatic Prayer
Meeting
When: Tuesday, July 5, 7 -9 pm
Where: Family Center, Room 203
Lunch Bunch
We will praise the Lord in Song,
hear a short talk by Jonathan Cahn,
and pray the Patriotic Rosary for
our nation!
When:
Friday, July 8, 12 noon
(second Fri. of the month)
Where: Hickory Tavern, Sam Furr
Rd., Huntersville
RSVP: Jennie Donohue,
704-274-5135 or
Eunice Bajart, 704-960-8410
Come, let us worship the Lord!
All are Welcome!
Saint Mark Parish App
Friends of Jesus Children with Unique
Abilities
When: Beginning Sunday Oct. 2,
9 am - 10:15 am
Bi-Monthly
Where: Room 200, Monsignor Kerin
Family Center
Open to all girls and boys ages 6 to 18
with additional needs. There will be
thirteen sessions starting
October 2 and ending April 30.
Isn’t every kid special? We think so. If
you have a child who has additional
needs, we are here to help you. This
is a free ministry to provide faith
formation and inclusion in our parish
family. Please contact Pat Seifert at
704-947-2142 or [email protected]
Registration forms available outside
the Church Office or on the St. Mark
website.
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When: Beginning Sunday Oct. 2,
8:30 am to 10:30 am
Bi-Monthly, 13 Sessions
Where: Room 200, Monsignor Kerin
Family Center
If you love working with children
that are truly unique to all of us,
please come and join us on Sunday
mornings to fulfill a truly heart
warming and worthy ministry for the
special children of our parish and be
part of a dedicated group of loving
volunteers. We welcome all who
would want to serve with us.
Please contact Pat Seifert at
704-947-2142 or
[email protected] for more
information.
The Saint Mark
Catholic Parish App
is designed to
provide
parishioners a
powerful tool for
communication and
collaboration. The app will help
you quickly find Mass Times,
Parish Staff Directory, Events
Calendar, and much more. The
app facilitates communication
between the different groups
and ministries in the parish.
You can receive push
notifications of last-minute
changes and other important
information. It also provides
valuable resources that will help
you grow in your faith:
devotionals, news, audio
podcasts, video, and more.
Updated URL, http://
myapp.parishapps.com/Saint%
20Mark%20Church%
20Huntersville%20NC
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Young at Heart
Financial Matters
Diocesan Support Appeal
When we make our annual contribution to the DSA, we join with all our
sisters and brothers in Christ throughout the Diocese to do the Lord’s work
—merciful works that no one individual or parish can do alone. Thank you!
We appreciate those that have made their donation. To-date, 12% of our
5400+ Parish families have contributed. We have collected funds or pledges
that total $193,991, which is $48,062 short of our goal of $242,054. Please
take a moment and make your donation online at
www.charlottediocese.org/dsa, and remember that we will be assessed our
shortfall by the Diocese.
DSA Supports…
Seminarians ............................................................................................ 15
Permanent Deacons ................................................................................. 105
Catholic High Schools in Diocese/number of students enrolled ........................ 3/1,890
Catholic Middle Schools and Elementary Schools/number of students enrolled ... 16/5,360
College Campus Ministry Programs/number of students supported ................... 9/3,500
Young People Participating in Youth Ministry Programs .................................... 6,700
Children Enrolled in Faith Formation Programs............................................. 25,200
People Served by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Charlotte ........................ 19,200
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Faith Formation
Over 500 people registered for FORMED.org last year. Due to
its popularity, your parish has renewed its annual subscription
to FORMED.org for you!
Called to Faith is a rare opportunity for a
Family Faith Formation Program that provides
interactive learning experience for families,
offering knowledge, language skills and
faith-sharing activities for continual growth and
enrichment that leads to a life-long relationship
with Christ for the family unit.
Sessions meet the first Sunday of each month
(Oct – May) beginning with 9 am Mass (in church)
with programming immediately following in the
parish hall. Programming includes both large
group and small-group break-out sessions and
closing prayer service. There is an integral home
component with this program that includes
prayer, questions, family activities, service
opportunities and media.
Not sure what FORMED.org is! It is a revolutionary online
platform featuring the best Catholic videos, audio talks,
ebooks and movies.
Just go to www.formed.org and enter your parish access
code: a237c6 and begin!
Tell your friends, neighbors and family… this is something for
everyone!
High School Ministry
This program is available for families with school
age (rising 1st – 5th grade) children. Cost for this
program is $60/child with a maximum of $150.00/
family plus any corresponding sacrament fees.
Registration is available at stmarknc.org.
Questions can be directed to
[email protected]
How will you serve the Lord?
Each of us is called to honor our Lord with our
lives by using our many gifts to serve others.
One invaluable way you can serve others is
through our Faith Formation program serving as
a catechist (teacher) for our 1-8th grade
students. Currently we are in need of
catechists across the board Sunday 6:15 – 7:30
pm (6-8th grade), Monday 4:30 – 5:45 pm
(1-5th grade), Monday 6:15 – 7:30 pm
(1-7th grade), Tuesday 4:30 – 5:45 pm
(1-5th grade) and Tuesday 6:15 – 7:30 pm
(1-8th grade). If you can help at any of these
sessions and/or would like to know more
please contact Faye Nye
([email protected]) or Sonnet Bonelli
([email protected]).
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Community Outreach
Angels and Sparrows Summer Lunch Program
Help participate in Corporal Works of Mercy by donating in July.
Saint Mark is helping to support Angels and Sparrows Soup Kitchen’s
summer lunch program by collecting donations. Their mission is to
provide lunch, snacks and juice drinks to children in the summer
lunch program.
Items to donate include:
Fruit cups, pudding cups, individually
packaged chips, cookies, pretzels,
crackers, protein or granola bars,
goldfish,
trail mix, nuts.
Sandwich bags, bottled water, juice boxes,
gift cards to area grocery stores
(please bring gift cards to parish
office).
Please drop your donations (except gift cards)
in the wooden bin located in the church
narthex July 1– July 3.
Contact: our Saint Mark Coordinator, Nora FitzGerald at
[email protected]
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Anuncios Semanales del Ministerio Hispano
29 de Junio: Solemnidad de San Pedro y San Pablo
San Pedro y San Pablo son las dos columnas
del edificio de la fe cristiana. Dieron su vida
por Jesús y gracias a ellos el cristianismo se
extendió por todo el mundo.
Esta solemnidad nos permite contemplar la
estrecha amistad establecida entre
Jesucristo y estos dos hombres elegidos para
misiones muy importantes: “San Pedro,
escogido por Jesús desde el comienzo de su
vida pública, la "piedra" sobre la que Cristo
fundó su Iglesia. San Pablo, llamado después
de su Resurrección y la Ascensión, el
"instrumento elegido" para llevar el
Evangelio a los gentiles. Caminando por senderos distintos hacia el Señor,
unieron las comunidades judía y pagana en la única Iglesia fundada por
Cristo.
Las fiestas de San Pedro y San Pablo se celebran en un mismo día porque
ambos, después de haber santificado a Roma con su presencia y predicación,
allí mismo padecieron el martirio y son sus gloriosos protectores. Ambos
fueron fieles a su vocación y nos invitan también a nosotros a ser valientes
en nuestro testimonio de fe.
No murieron juntos: Pedro fue mártir del circo de la colina del Vaticano en
tiempos de Nerón. Pidió ser crucificado de cabeza, porque no se sentía digno
de morir como su Maestro. Treinta y siete años duró su seguimiento fiel a
Jesús. Fue sepultado en la Colina Vaticana, cerca del lugar de su martirio.
Ahí se construyó la Basílica de San Pedro, centro de la cristiandad.
La vida de San Pedro nos enseña que el Espíritu Santo puede obrar maravillas
en un hombre común y corriente. Lo puede hacer capaz de superar los más
grandes obstáculos. Nos enseña que, a pesar de la debilidad humana, Dios
nos ama y nos llama a la santidad. A pesar de todos los defectos que tenía,
Pedro logró cumplir con su misión.
San Pablo murió un poco más tarde en la Vía Ostiense camino del mar. Le
cortaron la cabeza con una espada pues, como era ciudadano romano, no
podían condenarlo a morir en una cruz, ya que era una muerte reservada
para los esclavos.
La vida de San Pablo nos enseña la importancia de la labor apostólica de los
cristianos. Todos los cristianos debemos ser apóstoles, anunciar a Cristo
comunicando su mensaje con la palabra y el ejemplo, cada uno en el lugar
donde viva, y de diferentes maneras. Nos enseña el valor de la conversión.
Nos enseña a hacer caso a Jesús dejando nuestra vida antigua de pecado
para comenzar una vida dedicada a la santidad, a las buenas obras y al
apostolado.
Estudio de Doctrina Católica
Todos los jueves de 7 – 9 pm
Salón 121 Iglesia San Marcos
Les invitamos a acompañarnos en el grupo de Estudio de Doctrina Católica
donde tratamos temas de fe y moral siguiendo los lineamientos del
Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica, la Sagrada Biblia y otras fuentes de lectura
espiritual. También consideramos asuntos de actualidad y de interés para el
fortalecimiento de nuestra formación como propagadores de las enseñanzas
de la Iglesia y fermento de fe en nuestra familia y en la comunidad.
Para información por favor llamar a Jorge Beltrán al 248-935-4077 o por el
correo [email protected]
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Información en Español
Andrea Solórzano 704-948-4239
Rosalba Rojas 704-895-8866
Horario De Misas
Misa Diaria:
Lunes, Martes, Jueves y
Viernes:
7 am y 9 am
Viernes:
7 pm Español
Miércoles: 7 am y 6:30 pm
Sábados:
9 am
Sábado:
5 pm
Domingo: 7:30, 9, 11 am
1 pm Español
5 pm Misa de jóvenes
Sacramentos
Bautizos: Clases todos los segundos
sábados de cada mes de 10 am a 12
pm Celebración del Bautismo todos
los segundos domingos de cada mes a
las 2:30 pm. Por favor contacte a
Caridad Masson al 704-948-2839 para
registrarse en las clases.
Matrimonios: Clases PreMatrimoniales, favor avisar con seis
meses de anticipación.
“Los santos no son superhombres,
ni nacieron perfectos. Cuando
conocieron el amor de Dios, le
siguieron, al servicio de los
demás.”
Exposición perpetua del
Santísimo Sacramento
Nuestro Señor Jesucristo está
expuesto en la Capilla 24 horas al
día, 7 días a la semana. Ven a
visitarlo y a pasar un momento en
la presencia de Jesús
Sacramentado. El Señor ha
reservado gracias especiales para
los que le visitan. En el altar el
Señor es puro amor, y distribuye
sus gracias a manos llenas a los que
le visitan.
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170 MEDICAL PARK RD. SUITE 102, MOORESVILLE, NC 28117
11907 Sam Roper Drive, Charlotte, NC 28269
Jim Engel, CEO & PRESIDENT
Parishioner
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STACY S. SCHMITT, DDS
TEL 704 660 4750
FAX 704 660 4751
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Aquesta
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[email protected]
(704) 727-0808
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Patrick J. Coleman, DMD
Michael J. Coleman, DDS
Parishioner
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only non-Church related cemetery, NorthLake Memorial Gardens. NorthLake is a 30 acre cemetery in a
secluded setting that includes the only consecrated Catholic grounds in the Lake Norman area.
With grave space starting at less than $1,000.00 we are also one of the areas most affordable cemeteries.
The cemetery includes a columbarium and cremation gardens for families who choose cremation.
As Lake Norman’s only funeral home and cemetery combination, we will be able to serve your family with the
high quality service you have come to know, from the first call to caring for the grave space for years to come.
704 895-9844
Debbie Ruthenberg
Owner & Parishioner
Lizzie McCormick, Parishioner
CUTS • COLOR • HIGHLIGHTS • SKIN CARE
WAXING • NAILS • SMOOTHING SYSTEM
Feel free to call 704.584.9004 for more information.
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email: [email protected]
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COMPLETE OUTDOOR SERVICES
Mary & Michael Stapleton 19721 Bethel Church Rd., Cornelius, NC 28031
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated
Parishioners
MARK SHIELDS E FREE
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FUNERAL HOME AND
CREMATION SERVICES
EMPACADORES A MANO Y A MAQUINA
We are proud to be a part of the
Lake Norman Community and are
here to guide and comfort those who
have lost a loved one.
Para BIC en Charlotte - 1er, 2do, y 3er Turnos
Pago: $8.75 - $9.60
Interesados llamar al 704-599-9850 o por
e-mail al [email protected]
John D., Claudia and
Jonathan Kepner
704-892-9669
On Site Crematory
16901 Old Statesville Road • Huntersville, NC 28078
WILLIAM G. DAGIT, CPA
WILLIAM G. DAGIT, JR., CPA
M.S. TAXATION
[email protected]
Floral Arrangements - Weddings - Loose Wrap Bouquets
Home Decor - In-Home Decorating
704-892-7960
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FAX (704) 655-8656
20017 N. Main St.
Cornelius, NC 28031
CORNELIUS, NC 28031
www.blumengartenllc.com Parishioners
Brennan Law Firm, PLLC
Simple Solutions for Complex Problems • Trusts & Estates
Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney,
Martin M. Brennan, Jr., Probate, Estate Administration
• Tax/Benefit Plans
JD, CPA
Tax Planning, IRS Representation
St. Mark Parishioner
Employee Benefit Plans
Licensed in North Carolina & Virginia • Corporations & LLCs
Business Formations
Mergers & Acquisitions
Business Succession Planning
704-896-6441
13801 Reese Boulevard West, Suite 110 • Huntersville, NC 28078
[email protected]
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24 Hour Emergency Service • Commercial / Residential
Alina M. Bohn - Parishioner
980.292.1017 / [email protected]
• Accounting Solutions / Advice
• Personal & Small Business Accounting
• Tax Professional
¡Hablo Español!
Bill Fitzpatrick
Owner/St. Mark Parishioner
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& Closet Systems
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www.lknhuntersville.com
Plantation Shutters, Blinds & Shades
Custom closet organization system
704-491-9445
Quality products and superior customer service since 2000
(704) 947-9822
MRE, Realtor®
St. Mark parishioner
www.cwcsouth.com
Diagnostic
Tires
Math and English Programs for Children Ages 4-14 Brakes
Alignment
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Quick-lube
Mufflers
A/C Service
Batteries
- Computation Skills
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- Algebra
- Grammer
- Geometry
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961424 St Mark Church (B)
RETIRED Church
Financial Secretary
14 Years Hospice Volunteer
Offering Part-Time
Companionship to the Elderly
JIM NEITZKE, Parishioner
411 South Old Statesville Rd.
Huntersville, NC 28078
(704) 875-1095
Monolithic Slabs, Driveways, Sidewalks,
Patios, Colored & Stamped Concrete
Cesidio Castricone
704-999-0066
Anne Lewis - Parishioner Laura Castricone
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Office: 704-895-8952
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General & Cosmetic
Dentistry
9725 Caldwell Commons Circle
Cornelius, North Caroline 28031
www.drswhiteandhaines.com
Steven M. White, DDS, PA
(704) 896-9535
Parishioner
Brad S. Haines, DDS, PA
advanced dentistry
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3 bedrooms 2½ bath condo
Oceanside/Oceanview
704-500-4530
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Email: [email protected]
Patrick Golden, Parishioner
9115 Harris Corners Parkway, Suite 250
Charlotte
704-688-0605 Office
704-578-9451 Mobile
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PHOTOGRAPHY
EVENTS
WEDDINGS
PORTRAITS
QUINCEANERAS
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(704) 912-7012
St. Mark Parishioner
Dr. Brian P. McNulty
Dr. Luis L. Dancausse
704-307-6063
3014 Baucom Rd., #200
Charlotte 28269
704-596-3186
[email protected]
www.MalcolmHomeRealty.com
New Patients Welcome
“We’re The Good Guys Your Friends Told You About®”
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Sunday Missal
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for personal prayer.
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DIAMONDS: EGL AND GIA. Certified
14kt-18kt - Platinum Quality Jewelry
All Repairs Done on Site
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704-892-7343
Huntersville
704-766-0049
www.3wayplumbing.com
Michael Malyszko, Parishioner
Master Jeweler
20035 Jetton Rd. A
Cornelius, NC 28031
www.PersonalJewelerofLKN.com
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DERMATOLOGY
Appointments available in days, not weeks!
PARISHIONERS
Jose Peña, M.D. • Jean Kois, M.D.
• Full
SPECIALIZING IN:
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• Skin cancer specialists
9604 Holly Point Drive • Huntersville, NC
704-316-5070 www.northlakedermatology.com
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460 S. Main Street • Davidson, NC 28036
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