March 29, 2015 - St. Pius V Catholic Church

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March 29, 2015 - St. Pius V Catholic Church
ST. PIUS V CATHOLIC CHURCH—March 29, 2015
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
824 Main St., Pasadena, Tx 77506—Phone 713-473-9484—Fax—713-473-2731—www.stpiusvchurch.com
Masses for Sunday: Saturday Vigil—5:30pm in English—7pm in Español;
Sunday 8 & 10:00am in English; 12:00 mediodia, 1:30 & 7pm en Español
Weekday Liturgy: Monday — Saturday 8am in English; Tuesday, Wednesday & 1st Friday, 7pm en Español
Holy Day Liturgy: Vigil 7pm in English; Feast 8am & 12noon in English; 7:00pm en Español
Sacrament of Penance: Wednesday 5:30 to 6:30pm; Saturday-3:30 to 5pm
Parish Office Hours: 9am to 5pm
School Office Hours: 8am to 3pm (713-472-5172)
Adoration: Friday from 8:30am until 10pm in the PLC Chapel
Pastoral Staff:
Deacon Dan Seiler
Rev. Joseph Doran, Pastor
Mr. Martin Garza, School Principal
Rev. Paschal Ezeihuoma, Parochial Vicar
Mrs. Felicitas Palacios, Pastoral Associate, Hispanic Ministry
Deacon Heath Hampton
Ms. Alice Layton, Business Manager
Deacon Celestino Perez
In case of an emergency needing a priest, please call 713-397-7451 (bi-lingual) or 832-651-7329 (English only).
CCE students and parents, Important Dates! Estudiantes de CCE y sus Padres, ¡Fechas importantes!
NO class (Holy Week)/NO HAY classes (Semana Santa):
Mon./Lunes 3/30 & 4/6 – Wed./Mier. 4/1 – Thurs./Jueves 4/2 – Sun./Dom. 4/5
COME to class/HAY clases:
Wed./Mier. 4/8 – Thurs./Jueves 4/9 – Sun./Dom. 4/12 – Mon./Lunes 4/13
Dear Parish Families: Please continue to support in prayer
Today our Elect (catechumens in final preparation for the sacraments; names below) will be presented with the Our Father, the
prayer that Jesus himself gave us. Next Sat. at Easter Vigil they will celebrate the Sacraments of Initiation – Baptism, Confirmation
and 1st Communion. Your prayers for them are VERY important this week!
A Todas las Familias de Nuestra Parroquia: Hoy nuestros Elegidos se les presentaran el Padre Nuestro, la oración que Jesús el
mismo nos entregó a nosotros. Sabado próximo, en la Vigilia Pascual, celebrarán los sacramentos de Bautismo, Confirmación y 1 ra
Communión. ¡Sus oraciones para ellos son MUY importantes esta semana!
Kenya Arias, Cesar Camacho, Estefania Camacho, Oscar Camacho, Yaslei Cortez, Raul Duran, Ariana Guerrero,
Viviana Montemayor, Gisel Ramos, Gilberto Ramos, Litzy Resendez, Aldo Ruiz, Lisset Ruiz, Citlalli Santos, Jose Angel
Ibarra, Daniel Guajardo, Adrian Ballesteros, Denise Barragan, Hector Blanco, Victor Blanco, Melanie Carrera, Joseph
Fernandez, Abel Garcia, Salvador Gonzalez, Marissa Piñon, Sonia Tellez, Samantha Zuñiga
CCE students: In addition to selling raffle tickets for the Festival (4/26), also needed are paper goods – cans or 2 liter bottles of
soda – bottles of water – AND VOLUNTEERS (if service hours are needed).
Todos los estudiantes de CCE: Además de la venta de boletos para la rifa de nuestro Festival (4/26), también necesita platos,
servietos y vasos de desechables – latas o botellas (2 litros) de refresco – botellas de agua – Y VOLUNTARIOS (si se necesitan
horas de servicio).
NEEDED: Volunteers with computer skills to help create schedules, memos, etc. – Mon. through Thurs. morning.
SOLICITAMOS: Voluntarios con abilidades en computadoras para ayudar a crear calendarios, memos, etc. – Lunes a Jueves por
la mañana.
This Sun. they celebrate the Third Scrutiny, at Easter Vigil they will celebrate the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First
Communion, and they need your prayers!
Este domingo ellos celebran el Tercero Escrutinio. Esta Vigilia Pascual, celebrarán los sacramentos de Bautismo, Confirmación y
1ra Communión, y necesitan de sus oraciones!
Scripture Study in English—has returned to
THURSDAY EVENINGS at 7pm in the
Parish Life Center Living room...Join us any
time.
Marriage Banns / Amonestaciones
Prematrimoniales—Andrea Diaz & Martin
Rodriguez, Marina Perez & Efrain Lopez, Chau Luu &
Daniel Cielecy, Maria Moreno & Leon Banca, Maria
Gallegos & Martin Navarro, Terna & Manoke
Ekemike, Miriam Jimenez & George Martinez
Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, The members of Recycled Teens at
Our Lady of St John have invited Fr Paschal to serve as Spiritual
Director on The Houston Catholic Churches Pilgrimage to the
Holy Land, Nov 6-16. This is a top of the line all
inclusive package that 950 other parishioners from various
churches (including Fr Oscar and St Pius) have already taken. It
features 8 days of touring, 3 meals a day, 4 star hotels and much
more at a special Houston Catholic Churches ministry price. We
have held a few spots open for St Pius, but its filling quickly.
Please call Darlene 832-434-6736 ~ God bless you.
Palm Sunday
St. Pius V Catholic Church, Pasadena, Tx
March 29, 2015
Brothers and sisters,
As a child, I would look forward to Palm Sunday. Not only did we carry home exotic foliage unlike anything we ever saw in Ne w
York, but these were blessed palms, a sign of holiness. At home, they would be fashioned into crosses or placed behind pictures of the
Saints and they would remain visible signs to us of the presence of God throughout the year.
There was a sense of anticipation on those Palm Sundays, heightened by the changes in the Sunday Liturgy. All of the mystery of Holy
Week lay before us and Easter was around the corner. No doubt we also appreciated that in those days our school closed for the week
before Easter.
I am sure our children still experience that anticipation. May we, who are adults, share in it on an even deeper level.
We recount today, the whole of the Passion of Christ from his triumphal entry into Jerusalem until his death on the cross. In the week to
come we will enter ever more deeply into the mystery of our redemption. On Tuesday, the local Church of Galveston-Houston will
gather with her Bishop in his cathedral church to celebrate the Chrism Mass. This mass, at which the Holy Oils to be used in the Rite of
Christian Initiation at the Vigil Mass of Easter are blessed, is sign of our unity. On Thursday, we come together as the Body of Christ to
receive his Body and Blood at the Mass of the Lord’s Supper which concludes with our Adoration of the Lord. On Friday, we gather
solemnly to recall his death, a death in which we share through Baptism, and venerate the Cross on which he died. For yet another day,
Saturday, our tabernacles will stand empty as a sign of our mourning until the evening comes and we ignite the new fire at the beginning
of the first Mass of Easter. The light of Christ spreads joy throughout the Church and again we hear the Aleluya!
This Palm Sunday is indeed a day of anticipation, for the mystery of our redemption lies before us.
God bless you and keep you.
Fr. Joe
Hermanos y hermanas,
Cuando era niño, esperaba con ansia el Domingo de Ramos. No sólo nos llevábamos a casa follaje exótico muy diferente de lo que
veíamos usualmente en Nueva York, sino que éstas eran Palmas benditas, un signo de santidad. En casa, se les daba forma de cruces o
estaban colocadas detrás de los cuadros de los santos y seguían siendo visibles para nosotros como signos de la presencia de Dios
durante todo el año.
Había un sentido de ilusión en esos Domingos de Ramos, aumentado por los cambios en la liturgia dominical. Todo el misterio de la
Semana Santa se extendía ante nosotros y la Pascua estaba la vuelta de la esquina. Sin duda también apreciábamos en aquellos días que
nuestra escuela no tenía clases durante la semana antes de la Pascua.
Estoy seguro de que nuestros hijos todavía experimentan esa ilusión. Que nosotros, los adultos, compartamos en ella a un nivel aún más
profundo.
Hoy en día, relatamos la totalidad de la pasión de Cristo desde su entrada triunfal en Jerusalén hasta su muerte en la Cruz. En la semana
próxima, la Semana Santa, vamos a entrar cada vez más profundamente en el misterio de nuestra redención. El martes, la iglesia local
de Galveston-Houston se reunirá con su obispo en su catedral para celebrar la Misa Crismal. Esta Misa, en la cual se bendicen los
santos óleos para ser utilizado en el rito de iniciación cristiana en la Misa Vigilia de Pascua, es un signo de nuestra unidad. El jueves,
nos reunimos como el cuerpo de Cristo para recibir su cuerpo y su sangre en la Misa de la cena del Señor que concluye con la adoración
del señor. El viernes nos reunimos solemnemente para recordar su muerte, una muerte en la cual compartimos a través del bautismo, y
para venerar la Cruz en la cual murió. El sábado, nuestros tabernáculos quedarán vacíos como un signo de nuestro luto hasta que llegue
la noche y encendamos el fuego nuevo al comienzo de la primera Misa de Pascua. La luz de Cristo va a extender alegría en toda la
iglesia y otra vez vamos a oír ¡Aleluya!
Este Domingo de Ramos es un día para esperar con ilusión, porque el misterio de nuestra redención se encuentra delante de nosotros.
Dios te bendiga y te guarde.
Padre Joe
Pray for Peace ~ & Remember in your Prayers — Recuerda en sus oraciones
Dula Olvera Fernandez, Delores Stasney, Ivan Zavala, Sr. Mary John Trevino, Sr. Krysia Pillon, Danny Corleto, Joel Arias, Sr.,
Petra Rodriguez, Alberta Welch, Larissa Ramos, Raymond Romero, Gary Sanders, Joyce Gholson, Bernice Derrough, Jose Aldo
Ramon, Cynthia Mendoza, Cecilia Eckenrode, Ida Guerra, Febronio J Rangel, Jr., Febronio J Rangel, III, Jalisa M Guerra, Philip
Hebert, Gary Smith, Diane Edwards, Patsy Ramos, Mary Henson, Chanté Moore, Charles Krejci, Sebastian Galvan, Denna
Edwards Herreth, Valeriano Leija, Joe Rubio, Melissa Sisti, Fidencio Ruiz, Maggie Hernandez, Jessie Cruz, Jody Palacios,
Martha Lucio, Jaine Guerrero, Isabel Rodriguez, Mary Miller, Betty Finn, Vicente Flores, Dennis & Kathlene Bendele, Lalo
Resendez, Julia Ortega, Frank Cruz, Celia Galvan, Alfred & Frances Montalvo, Jesse Hernandez, Jr.,
Al Clausen, Jr., Nathan Gaither, Matthew Hall.
For repose of the soul of Blanca Ramirez
Palm Sunday
St. Pius V Catholic Church, Pasadena, Tx
Gospel at the Procession with Palms Mark 11:1-10, 1When Jesus and his disciples drew near to
Jerusalem, to Bethphage and Bethany at the Mount of
Olives, he sent two of his disciples and said to them, "Go
into the village opposite you, and immediately on entering it,
you will find a colt tethered on which no one has ever sat.
Untie it and bring it here. If anyone should say to you, 'Why
are you doing this?' reply, 'The Master has need of it and will
send it back here at once.'"
So they went off and found a colt tethered at a gate
outside on the street, and they untied it. Some of the
bystanders said to them, "What are you doing, untying the
colt?" They answered them just as Jesus had told them to,
and they permitted them to do it. So they brought the colt to
Jesus and put their cloaks over it. And he sat on it. Many
people spread their cloaks on the road, and others spread
leafy branches that they had cut from the fields. Those
preceding him as well as those following kept crying out:
“Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the
Lord! Blessed is the kingdom of our father David that is to
come! Hosanna in the highest!"
First Reading Isaiah 50:4-7
The Lord GOD has given me a well-trained tongue,
that I might know how to speak to the weary a word that will
rouse them. Morning after morning he opens my ear that I
may hear; and I have not rebelled, have not turned back. I
gave my back to those who beat me, my cheeks to those who
plucked my beard; my face I did not shield from buffets and
spitting. The Lord GOD is my help, therefore I am not
disgraced; I have set my face like flint knowing that I shall
not be put to shame.
Responsorial Psalm Psalm 22 (OC#846) R. My God, my
God, why have you abandoned me?
March 29, 2015
Evangelio en la Conmemoración de la Entrada del Señor en
Jerusalén Marcos 11, 1-10
Cuando Jesús y los suyos iban de camino a Jerusalén, al
llegar a Betfagé y Betania, cerca del monte de los Olivos, les dijo a
dos de sus discípulos: “Vayan al pueblo que ven allí enfrente; al
entrar, encontrarán amarrado un burro que nadie ha montado
todavía. Desátenlo y tráiganmelo. Si alguien les pregunta por qué lo
hacen, contéstenle: ‘El Señor lo necesita y lo devolverá pronto’”.
Fueron y encontraron al burro en la calle, atado junto a una
puerta, y lo desamarraron. Algunos de los que allí estaban les
preguntaron: “¿Por qué sueltan al burro?” Ellos les contestaron lo
que había dicho Jesús y ya nadie los molestó. Llevaron el burro, le
echaron encima los mantos y Jesús montó en él. Muchos extendían
su manto en el camino, y otros lo tapizaban con ramas cortadas en
el campo. Los que iban delante de Jesús y los que lo seguían, iban
gritando vivas: “¡Hosanna! ¡Bendito el que viene en nombre del
Señor! ¡Bendito el reino que llega, el reino de nuestro padre David!
¡Hosanna en el cielo!”.
Primera Lectura Isaías 50, 4-7
“El Señor me ha dado una lengua experta, para que pueda
confortar al abatido con palabras de aliento. Mañana tras mañana, el
Señor despierta mi oído, para que escuche yo, como discípulo. El
Señor Dios me ha hecho oír sus palabras y yo no he opuesto
resistencia ni me he echado para atrás. Ofrecí la espalda a los que
me golpeaban, la mejilla a los que me tiraban de la barba. No aparté
mi rostro de los insultos y salivazos. Pero el Señor me ayuda, por
eso no quedaré confundido, por eso endurecí mi rostro como roca y
sé que no quedaré avergonzado”.
Salmo Responsorial Salmo 21 (OC#846) R. Dios mío, Dios mío,
¿por qué me has abandonado?
Second Reading Philippians 2:6-11
Christ Jesus, though he was in the form of God, did
not regard equality with God something to be grasped.
Rather, he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave,
coming in human likeness; and found human in appearance,
he humbled himself, becoming obedient to the point of
death, even death on a cross. Because of this, God greatly
exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above
every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should
bend, of those in heaven and on earth and under the earth,
and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the
glory of God the Father.
Segunda Lectura Filipenses 2, 6-11
Cristo, siendo Dios, no consideró que debía aferrarse a las
prerrogativas de su condición divina, sino que, por el contrario, se
anonadó a sí mismo, tomando la condición de siervo, y se hizo
semejante a los hombres. Así, hecho uno de ellos, se humilló a sí
mismo y por obediencia aceptó incluso la muerte, y una muerte de
cruz. Por eso Dios lo exaltó sobre todas las cosas y le otorgó el
nombre que está sobre todo nombre, para que, al nombre de Jesús,
todos doblen la rodilla en el cielo, en la tierra y en los abismos, y
todos reconozcan públicamente que Jesucristo es el Señor, para
gloria de Dios Padre.
The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ (Proclaimed)
La Pasión de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo (Proclamada)
2015
Our goal this year is $61,000.00 As of March
17th:
Amount pledged: $21,914.00
Amount Paid: $9,320.00
Number of participants: 83
Next DSF Pledge Collection:
Help Needed ~
If you have experience in laying carpet or
ceramic tile or if you have expertise in plastering and painting, as
well as the time and willingness to help us with some smaller
projects around the parish, please get in touch with Fr. Joe. You can
call him in the office at 713-473-9484 Ext. 301 or email him at
[email protected]
Badly needed: Women and men, married or single, to help with
Weddings and Quinceaneras. Please call Ms. Maria Teresa Zepeda
at the office.
Palm Sunday
St. Pius V Catholic Church
March 29, 2015
Mass Intentions, Schedule for this Week
Saturday, March 28—Lenten Weekday
8:00 a.m. — Jack Ward
5:30 p.m. — Fredrick Earl Smith †
7:00 p.m. — Encarnacion Canterero †
Sunday, March 29—Palm Sunday
8:00 a.m. — For the People of the Parish
10:00 a.m. — Seminarians in Nigeria
12:00 p.m. — Adolfo Trevino †
2:00 p.m. — Adolfo Trevino †
7:00 p.m. — Daniel P Cervantes †
Monday, March 30—Monday of Holy Week
8:00 a.m. — Lino & Delia Rodriguez †
Tuesday, March 31—Tuesday of Holy Week
8:00 a.m. — Joa Luis Rosario Andao †
7:00 p.m. — Ivan Zavala †
Wednesday, April 1—Wednesday of Holy Week
8:00 a.m. — Jerry & Rose Bezdek †
7:00 p.m. — Presider’s Intention
Thursday, April 2—Holy Thursday
7:00 p.m. — For the People of the Parish
Friday, April 3—Good Friday
6:00 p.m. — Passion of the Lord—English
8:00 p.m. — Passion of the Lord—Español
Saturday, April 4—Holy Saturday
8:00 p.m. — For the People of the Parish
Sunday, April 5—Easter Sunday
8:00a.m.— Thanksgiving Mass (Winnie Bascon)
10:00a.m.— Fabius Bascon †
12:00p.m.— For the People of the Parish
2:00p.m.— Joaquin Gonzalez Negrete †
For weekend—March 15, 2015
Mass time
Fund
Saturday:
Sunday:
Easter flowers
Baptisms
Property fund
Grand Total
2nd collection—Prop
1,124.00
732.00
2,622.00
2,711.00
5,189.00
798.00
709.00
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$ 13,885.00
116.00
146.00
426.00
423.00
255.00
185.00
235.00
$ 1,786.00
$
37.50
$
100.00
$ 1,786.00
$ 15,808.50
Budgeted 1st Collection:
$12,000.00
Upcoming 2nd Collections:
March 29—Property Fund
April 5—Parish Social Ministry
April 12—Property Fund
April 19—Property Fund
April 25—Home Missions
BAPTISM
Do you know….?
Acts 10: 34a, 37-43; Col 3: 1-4
St. Pius V Women's Club Calendar - 2015
Our next meeting will be on Thursday, April 9th at 10 a.m. in the
Parish Life Center Chapel. We will sign up for our next trip on
Wednesday, April 22 to see an IMAX movie and tour the
Houston Health Museum. Lunch will be at Cleburne's Cafeteria.
Come join our group anytime and join us for our trips!
Prayer blankets are always available. Call Grace at 713-6452987. All ladies of the parish are invited to join our group!
Friday, April 17th we will once again be serving a
Catfish Dinner with all the trimmings at the Knights
of Columbus hall at 3418 Preston, from 4pm to
7pm. Dine in or take out. The cost is $9 per plate.
And desserts available for $1.
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Total
Mk 11: 1-10
Is 42: 1-7; Jn 12: 1-11
Is 50:4-9a; Mt 26: 14-25
Is 61: 1-3a, 6a 8b-9; Rv 1: 5-8; Lk 4: 16-21
Is 52: 13-53: 12; Heb 4: 14-16; 5:7-9;
Jn 18:1-19:42
Gn 1:1-2:2
Knights of Columbus Catfish Dinner—On
1st Collection
5:30pm
7:00pm
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
1:30pm
7:00pm
Readings for the week of March 30th
Monday:
Tuesday
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Faith Commitment Contribution
Weekly Contributions for church Support
If you are planning for the Baptism of your child, you can register on the new parish website. Choose the “Faith Formation”
tab and under “Sacrament Preparation”, choose “Baptism
Preparation”. Information, the Baptism registration form, and
the Godparent’s information form are all available on this page.
Sabes tu….?
Si está planeando para el Bautismo de su hijo hija, usted puede
inscribirse en el nuevo sitio web de la parroquia. Seleccione
"Formación en la Fe" y debajo "Preparación por los Sacramentos", busque "Preparación por el Bautismo". El formulario de inscripción del bautismo y la información para los padrinos están disponibles en esta página
JOB OPENING – PARISH BOOKKEEPER
Qualifications:
A minimum of an associate's degree in accounting from an
accredited educational institution or 2 years of practical
experience in accounting or bookkeeping and account
reconciliation.
Knowledge of bookkeeping and generally accepted accounting
principles.
Proficiency in computer skills including Microsoft Word
and Excel, and specific fund-based accounting software.
This position is part-time (15-20 Hrs./Week)
Please send a resume to Ms. Alice Layton, Business Administrator, St. Pius V Parish, [email protected]
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