St. Mary`s Catholic Church Iglesia Católica Santa María

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St. Mary`s Catholic Church Iglesia Católica Santa María
7 de febrero de 2016—5to Dom. del Tiempo Ordinario
February 7, 2016—5th Sun. in Ordinary Time
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Iglesia Católica Santa María
2211 East Lakeview Drive
Johnson City, TN 37601
Office: 423-282-6367
Fax: 423-282-6145
http://www.stmarysjc.org
Clergy/Clero
Father Peter Iorio, Pastor
Fr. Jesús Guerrero-Rodríguez, Associate Pastor
Deacon George Fredericks (retired)
Deacon Mike Jacobs
Deacon John Hackett
Our Mission
Position
Dolores Fredericks
Judy Holt
Stephanie Mann
Maureen Raible
Debbie Tester
Mildret Godwin
Randi McKee
Pat Marek
Zejna Ajanovic
Director of Music and Liturgy
Children’s Faith Formation
Youth Ministry
Bookkeeper
Parish Nurse
Parish Secretary
School Principal
Maintenance Supervisor
Maintenance
Nuestra Misión
“St Mary’s Catholic Church
in Johnson City, Tennessee
gathers as
a diverse and welcoming
Eucharistic community
baptized in Jesus Christ
to proclaim the Gospel.
We celebrate the sacraments
and serve our community
through works of compassion
love and mercy.”
“La Iglesia Católica Santa Maria,
en Johnson City, Tennessee,
se congrega como
una comunidad Eucarística
diversa y acogedora,
bautizada en Jesucristo
para proclamar el Evangelio.
Celebramos los sacramentos y
servimos a nuestra comunidad
mediante obras de compasión,
amor y misericordia”.
Church Office Hours
Horas de Oficina de la Iglesia
Monday-Thursday/Lunes a Jueves:
Friday/Viernes:
Parish Staff
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
School Office Hours
Horas de Oficina de la Escuela
Monday-Friday/Lunes a Viernes: 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Phone: 423-282-3397 Fax: 423-282-0224
Website: www.school.stmarysjc.org
Confessions/Confesiones
Wednesday/Miércoles:
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Saturday/Sábado: 9:00 - 10:00 AM
or by appointment calling the church office.
o por cita llamando a la oficina parroquial.
Mass Schedule/Horario de Misas
Saturday/Sábado
8:30 AM, 5:00 PM (Vigil/Vigilia)
Sunday/Domingo: 8:00 & 10:00 AM (English)
12:00 PM (Español)
Monday-Friday/Lunes a Viernes: 7:00 AM & 8:30 AM
We pray the Rosary every day after the 8:30 Mass
Se reza el rosario diariamente después
de la Misa de 8:30 AM
Nursery available during 5, 10 and 12 Mass. Please
bring your child 15 minutes prior to Mass to register.
La guardería está disponible durante las Misas de 5, 10
y 12. Por favor traiga a su hijo(a) 15 minutos antes de
la Misa para registrarlo.
Bulletin Deadline
Plazo para el Boletín
Friday at 1:00 PM for the bulletin to be published
eight days later. Send your announcements to
[email protected]
Viernes a la 1:00 PM para el boletín que se publica
ocho días después. Mande sus anuncios a
[email protected]
THE WEEK AHEAD/LA SEMANA ANTICIPADA
MASS INTENTIONS/INTENCIONES PARA MISAS
Sunday/Domingo 2/7
All Masses JPIC Coffee and Chocolate Sale (Gathering Area)
Sunday
Feb. 7
9:00 AM Spanish Men’s CRSP (Art & Religion Classrooms)
10:00 AM Children’s Faith Formation (Basement & Church Library)
3:00 PM Latin Mass (Church, Kitchen, Gathering Area)
Monday/Lunes 2/8
5:30 PM VIRTUS Training (School Gym)
6:00 PM Spanish Women’s CRSP (Art & Religion Classroom)
6:30 PM 8 AM Mass Choir Rehearsal (Church)
6:30 PM St. Mary’s Men’s Group (St. Anne’s Hall)
Tuesday/Martes 2/9
9:00 AM Tuesday Morning Coffee (Church Kitchen)
12:00 PM Mass (Chapel, VA Medical Center)
4:00 PM Cursillo Women’s Group Reunion (Day Chapel)
6:30 PM Latin Mass Choir Rehearsal (Church)
6:30 PM Parish Pastoral Council (Conference Room)
7:00 PM JPIC/Twinning (Church Kitchen)
7:00 PM Consoling the Heart of Jesus Retreat (Gathering Area)
7:15 PM Cursillo Men’s Group Reunion (Day Chapel)
Ash Wednesday/Miércoles de Ceniza 2/10
9:30 AM Ladies United Bible Study (Church Kitchen)
4:00 PM Healing Ministry (Conference Room)
5:00 PM Respect Life Committee (St. Anne’s Hall)
6:30 PM Children’s Faith Formation (All School & Church)
6:30 PM Youth Ministry (Basement)
6:30 PM English Men’s CRHP (Classroom A-10)
Thursday/Jueves 2/11
10:00 AM Divine Mercy Cenacle (Church Kitchen)
3:15 PM Cub Scouts (Church Kitchen)
3:15 PM Girl Scouts (Classroom A10)
5:30 PM St. Mary’s 3rd Grade Basketball Team (School Gym)
5:30 PM Thursday Lenten Soup Dinner (Gathering Area)
6:00 PM School Board (Conference Room)
6:00 PM Knights of Columbus (St. Anne’s Hall)
6:30 PM St. Mary’s 5th Grade Basketball Team (School Gym)
7:00 PM RCIA/RICA (All School)
7:00 PM 5:00 Choir Rehearsal (Church)
7:00 PM Bible Study-Gospel of St. John (Classroom B-15)
Friday/Viernes 2/12
11:30 AM Health Chat “Keep it Moving” (Gathering Area)
3:15 PM Girls Scouts (Basement)
4:00 PM Lenten Fish Fry (School Gym | Begins at 5 PM))
7:00 PM Stations of the Cross (Church)
Saturday/Sábado 2/13
8:30 AM St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry (Church Kitchen)
9:30 AM Extraordinary Ministers Retreat (Day Chapel)
After Mass Social Committee Bake Sale (Gathering Area)
Sunday/Domingo 2/14
All Masses Social Committee Bake Sale (Gathering Area)
9:00 AM Spanish Men’s CRSP (Art & Religion Classrooms)
10:00 AM Children’s Faith Formation (Basement & Church Library)
8:00 AM People of the Parish
10:00 AM (†) Christine Jividan
By Joan Reiser
12: 00 PM Andres Huerta
By Silvia Garcia
7:00 AM
Monday
Feb. 8
8:30 AM
7:00 AM
Tuesday
Feb. 9
8:30 AM
12 Noon
(VA)
Blanca Taylor
By Parish Nurse
Lori Jean Mettetal
By Parish Nurse
John Mann
By Parish Nurse
Kenneth McCarten Jr. on his Birthday
By McCarten Family
Women Who Have Suffered Rape or
Sexual Violence
7:00 AM
Harold Farmer
By 7 AM Mass Family
8:30 AM (†) John L. McCarten
Ash
By McCarten Family
Wednesday
12:15 PM Communion Service
Feb. 10
6:45 PM (†) Blake Wood
By Mike and Jeanette Halkowitz
8:15 PM People of the Parish
7:00 AM
Thursday
Feb. 11
8:30 AM
7:00 AM
8:30 AM
Friday
Feb. 12
5:30 PM
8:30 AM
Saturday
Feb. 13
5:00 PM
(†) J. Leon Salley
By Catherine Raible
Christopher Watton
By Maria Gonzalez
No 7 AM Mass
(†) Marie Simmons Christy
By Marie Christy
(†) Mattie Salley
By Catherine Raible
(†) Ana Le
By Pham Family
(†) Rose Capretta
By Barbara Clifton
8:00 AM
Sunday
Feb. 14
(†) Mae Jones
By Gary & Jeanne Vogt
10:00 AM People of the Parish
12: 00 PM (†) Joseph Le & Mary Pham (Parents of An Le)
By An Le
HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK!
Feb. 10 - Ash Wednesday’s Schedule (page 3)
Feb. 10 - Mar. 20: 40 Days for Life Campaign (page 4)
Feb. 12 - Health Chat “Keep it Moving” (see insert)
Feb. 13-14: St. Valentine’s Bake Sale (page 5)
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 1 Kgs 8:1-7, 9-13; Ps 132:6-7, 8-10; Mk 6:53-56
Tuesday: 1 Kgs 8:22-23, 27-30; Ps 84:3-5, 10-11; Mk 7:1-13
Wednesday: Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20 -- 6:2; Mt
6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday: Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 9:22-25
Friday: Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15
Saturday: Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32
Sunday: Dt 26:4-10; Ps 91:1-2, 10-15; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13
*Church Office will be CLOSED
Monday, February 15th for President’s Day.*
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Parish News
FEBRUARY 10, 2016
Ashes are a symbol
of penance made
7:00 AM & 8:30 AM
MASS
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sacramental by the
BULLETIN SUBMISSION
12:15 PM
COMMUNION SERVICE
Please include the following
when sending announcements:
6:45 PM
MASS (ENGLISH)
Name of ministry/person for questions, including
email address and telephone number
Name of event
Date and time of the event
Location of the event
Send the information, as you wish to be published,
in a document file or in the body of the email (if
possible, please keep minimal due to space
limitations)
Dates to be published (as a standard,
announcements will run for 1-2 weeks, unless
otherwise specified)
Also remember to send your requests before 1 PM
for the bulletin to be published eight days later.
Send it to [email protected] or drop off at the
church office.
blessing of the
Church, and they
help us develop a
spirit of humility and
8:15 PM
MASS (SPANISH)
sacrifice.
LENTEN REGULATIONS
The season of Lent begins February 10, 2016 with Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of universal fast and
abstinence. Fasting is obligatory for all who have completed their 18th year until
the beginning of their 60th year. Fasting allows a person to eat one full meal.
Two smaller meals may be taken, not to equal one full meal. Abstinence (from
meat) is obligatory for all who have completed their 14th year of age (c. 1252). If
possible, the fast on Good Friday is continued until the Easter Vigil (on Holy
Saturday night) as the “paschal fast” to honor the suffering and death of the Lord
Jesus and to prepare to share more fully and celebrate more readily his
Resurrection (see Sacrosanctum Concilium, 109). Fridays in Lent are obligatory
days of abstinence (from meat) for all who have completed their 14th year. As
always, anyone for whom fasting or abstinence would pose a health risk is
excused.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE – ADMINISTRACIÓN DE LAS OFRENDAS
As of February/Febrero 1, 2016
Week/Semana 31 of 52
Total number of givers (checks or envelopes) / Total de donantes (cheques o sobres)
OFFERTORY/OFERTORIO
• Total collection for the week / Total recolectado la semana pasada
• Total collection for the year / Total recolectado en este año
• Average collection per week / Promedio de la colecta semanal
• Total budgeted weekly needs / Presupuesto para gastos semanales
This Year/
Este Año
Last Year/
Año Pasado
247
248
$ 20,659.46
598,109.69
19,293.86
40,438.56
$ 17,227.82
566,285.50
18,267.27
38,470.81
MORTGAGE BALANCE / BALANCE DE LA HIPOTECA
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Balance per Diocese @ December 31 / Balance a la Diócesis al 31 de diciembre
Total Collection for the week / Total recolectado la semana pasada
Total collection for the year / Total recolectado en este año
Average collection per week / Promedio colecta semanal
Total budgeted weekly needs / Presupuesto para gastos semanales
$ 772,193.63 $ 916,740.27
1,607.85
1,175.82
50,667.76
64,300.40
1,634.44
2,074.21
2,307.69
3,619.97
$ 1,179.00
DESIGNATED FUNDS/OTRAS DONACIONES
$ 2,281.92
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS! – ¡GRACIAS POR SU GENEROSIDAD!
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Parish News
YEAR OF MERCY FACEBOOK PAGE
Visit our page, Friends of St. Marys Johnson City TN
where you can find daily information of events and activities
regarding the Year of Mercy. There are many acts of mercy
that happen in all our ministries/church. You can also stay
updated without a Facebook account by visiting our website.
We are under the “Parish News” tab.
Thursday, March 3, 2016
5:30 PM—7:30 PM
$15 per ticket
Dinner Menu Includes: Chicken Marsala, Penne Pic Pac,
Caesar Salad, Bread
Tickets can be bought after Masses on 27-28 February, at
school office during business hours, or contact Michelle
Burns by text/call at 423-747-2497.
PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
CAPILLA DE ADORACIÓN PERPETUA
Uncommitted Hours/Horas No Comprometidas
EXTRA COLLECTIONS
11 PM, 12 M
Monday/Lunes
3 A,M 4 AM, 12 M
Tuesday/Martes
1AM, 2 AM, 3 PM, 4 PM, 12 M
Wednesday/Miércoles 1 AM, 2 AM, 12 M
On Ash Wednesday there will be an extra collection to
help provide aid to the Church in Central and Eastern
Europe to meet needs of rebuilding the church. It helps
train seminarians and lay leaders, supporting social service
programs, youth ministry, pastoral/catechetical centers,
schools, church construction/renovations, and
evangelization through Catholic media.
Thursday/Jueves
1AM, 2AM, 3AM, 4AM, 11PM 12M
Friday/Viernes
1 AM, 2 AM, 3 AM, 4 AM
Saturday/Sábado
3 AM, 4 AM, 6 PM, 9 PM, 10 PM
“So, could you not watch with me one hour?”
“¿Ni siquiera han podido velar una hora conmigo?”
(Mt. 26:40)
If you receive offertory envelopes by mail, you should have
seen an envelope for the weekend of February 13-14 for
the National Black and Indian Mission Collection
(BIM). Since 1884, proceeds from BIM Collection are
distributed as grants to dioceses supporting and
strengthening evangelization programs, which would
otherwise be in danger of disappearing among the Black,
American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleute communities of the
United States. If you do not have envelopes and would like
to contribute to this collection, you can make a check or put
cash in an envelope and write “For the Black and Indian
Missions” on the outside or the check’s memo line. Please
place your envelope in the collection basket, together with
the regular weekly offering.
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The Adoration Chapel is
located next to the school
kitchen’s back entrance.
La Capilla está al lado de la
entrada a la cocina en la parte
lateral de la escuela.
The Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Ministry would like
to thank all adorers, permanent or substitutes, for their
commitment to spending an hour in front of the Blessed
Sacrament. We will ask you to pray for Father Joseph
Norys, son of one of our parishioners, and for his parish
and Perpetual Adoration chapel back in Austria. They
recently began Perpetual Adoration in their church and
have about 30 people per hour doing adoration everyday.
This should be a challenge for us! The Adoration Chapel
has been in our parish for more than 22 years. Currently
we have approximately 100 faithful adorers who cover 168
hours a week. Please consider challenging yourself in this
Year of Mercy and register to cover an hour as an extra
sacrifice during Lent. You can choose any hour or day of
the week, not only the hours that are opened. A sign-up
sheet and more information about our chapel will be
available on the semi-round table in the Gathering Area.
CHILDREN’S CLASSES ON ASH WEDNESDAY
Children’s Faith Formation will go to class at the regular
time at 6:30 PM. The children will then proceed to the
church with their class to attend Ash Wednesday Mass.
Parents are encouraged to stay with their child and attend
Mass with them. Please pick your child up in the church
after Mass (not in the school).
40 DAYS FOR LIFE CAMPAIGN
The “spring” campaign is scheduled from Feb. 10th March 20th, in front of the Bristol Regional Women’s
Center, at the corner of W. State St., and Slaughter St.,
Bristol, TN. Although you may come on any day, the
Catholic area churches have been asked to cover Friday
afternoons from 12 pm to 4 pm. Come join us as we
prayerfully ask for an end to abortion.
Sunday/Domingo
T-O-D-A-Y! RALLY FOR LIFE
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Please join us for an ecumenical prayer service to end
abortion. The Rally for Life will be held on Feb. 7th at 4 PM.
It will be sponsored by Hosanna Fellowship Church at 715
Sunset Drive, Johnson City.
Parish News
TODAY!
FOCOLARE WORD OF LIFE MEETING
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL FOOD PANTRY
Thank you for your very generous support of the food
pantry this past year. The most urgent need is tuna
fish. After the holidays the pantry is low on the
following items: bagged pasta, 1 lb. bags of rice, flour,
muffin mix, corn meal, cereal, cookies, crackers, Mac
and cheese, dry beans, dry milk, corn, green beans,
canned meats, tuna, jello, sugar free jello, jelly, sugar
free jelly, toilet paper, dish detergent, size 5 diapers.
Father Peter invites anyone to the Focolare Word of
Life meeting in the rectory today, February 7th. The
meeting will begin with a potluck meal at 12:30 PM.
The Scripture sharing on “Called to proclaim the mighty
acts of the Lord” (1 Pt 2:9) begins about 1:20 PM. For
more information, contact Father Peter or Mary Bowman
[email protected]
The Food Pantry challenge for this month is for every family
to bring a can of green beans, a can of corn, and a box of jiffy
corn muffin mix. If you know anyone that may be in need
Today! JPIC Coffee Sale
This weekend is our Coffee Sale and we would love if
you would be willing to stay after Mass and help us
provide refreshments to the parish. If you brought a
treat for this coffee sale, simply bring your goodies
labeled JPIC to the Gathering Area kitchen on the
evening of February 6th or morning of February 7th.
Thank you for your support of JPIC and our St. Mary's
Twinning ministries!
of food or financial assistance, please call 423-434-0836
and leave a message.
VALENTINES DAY BAKE SALE
NEXT WEEKEND AFTER MASSES!
Next week, let our Social Committee
help you find the perfect pastry/gift
for your L-o-v-e-d one! We will be
selling heart and love themed pastry
delights! So mark your calendars and
visit our table. In honor of our Year
of Mercy, we will be participating in our monthly
challenge, Feed the Hungry, and donating 20% to our
church Food Pantry. Please be considerate and
understanding with our prices, as we multiply the
goodness of your donations! We ask our parishioners
and friends to show your support to this dual-cause
fundraiser by making a purchase or donating a
scrumptious dessert filled with love.
“MAKE A HANDMADE CARD” SESSIONS
Ladies United will offer this class in May due to the
overflow of church activities in February.
UPCOMING PARISH RETREAT
CONSOLING THE HEART OF JESUS
Beginning February 16th, join us for a 10-week
small-group retreat that delves into the simplicity
and grandeur of Consoling spirituality. Three
sessions will be offered: Tuesdays at 10 AM or 7
PM, or Wednesdays at 6:30 PM. The sessions will be
available in English and Spanish. This retreat is based on the
popular book by Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, Consoling the
Heart of Jesus.
LADIES & GENTS WHO LUNCH
Has moved to the third Thursday of the month for 2016.
We meet at 12 noon at different restaurants. Please
email [email protected] to be notified of locations. All
are welcome!
Feb. 18 | Mar. 17 | Apr. 21 | May 19 | Jun. 16 | July
21 | Aug. 18 | Sep. 15 | Oct. 20 | Nov. 17
This is also a good way for a soul to begin the journey in
responding to the call to embrace the Divine Mercy of the
Lord. What better way to prepare during Lent for Easter and
the Year of Mercy!
Cost for the participant package including the book is $25
($20 without book). Financial assistance is available. For
more information or to sign up, please contact Lillian Isaac at
423-467-3330 or [email protected]
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FRIDAY LENTEN
FISH FRY AT ST MARY’S GYM
Come join us for all you can eat fish,
fries, and coleslaw from 5PM to
7PM starting on Friday February 12
and continuing on each Friday with
the last event on March 18. Cost is
$10/Adult, $8/Youth, and kids under
8 years free. Includes dessert. Call
ahead or text for takeout orders at 423-483-8980 (cost is $8/
meal). See us at Facebook at St. Mary’s K of C Lenten Fish
Fry’s 2016.
POPE’S PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR FEBRUARY
Universal: Care for Creation
That we may take good care of creation–a gift freely given–
cultivating and protecting it for future generations.
Evangelization: Asia
That opportunities may increase for dialogue and encounter
between the Christian faith and the peoples of Asia.
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Diocesan News
JOB OPENINGS
ROSARY FOR LIFE & 40 DAYS FOR LIFE
Position Openings for School Year 2015/16
Bishop Stika invites you to join him in
praying a Rosary for Life on Saturday,
February 20 at 10 AM in front of
Knoxville’s Planned Parenthood Clinic.
Be part of this diocesan witness to the
sanctity of life! Also, beginning Ash
Wednesday, February 10, you are
invited to participate in our diocesan 40
Days for Life vigil of prayer as a witness of hope across the
street from the Knoxville Planned Parenthood Clinic. Join us
in giving a peaceful, prayerful witness to the Gospel of Life
from 7AM - 5PM each day and from 5-7 PM in front of the
Blessed Sacrament. Please visit www.dioknox.org for further
information and direct your questions to Paul Simoneau at
[email protected] or Lisa Morris at
[email protected]
St. Anne Catholic School announces following openings:
• LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL
(GRADES 6-8). Applicants must possess the ability to
communicate effectively verbally and in writing and possess
the ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with students, staff, parents, and the public.
Candidates must be eligible or possess a Virginia Collegiate
Professional License or Postgraduate Professional License with
appropriate endorsement to teach in the middle grades or
Language Arts. Position is full-time.
• SPANISH TEACHER: Must possess Virginia certification or
be eligible for Virginia certification. Teach Spanish from
preschool to middle school students. Informal Spanish
conversational curriculum for preschool – elementary levels;
formal curriculum for middle school. Position is full-time.
*Applications for these positions are available by calling at (276)
669-0048 or online to at www.richmonddiocese.org (employment);
resumes may be sent to [email protected]
DOC ROCK FOR HEALTH EVENT
The band “Spinal Tappin’ Docs” has graciously agreed to
play to benefit the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic. Please try to
attend and vote for “STD-Spinal Tappin’ Doctors”!
CATHOLIC CHARITIES SEEKING
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Saturday, February 20
Location: NV Night Club
(125 E. Jackson Avenue, Old City – Across
from Barley’s)
Doors open at 8 PM, first band plays at 8:30
PM
Tickets: $15 at the door
*This is a non-smoking event for ages 18+
Catholic Charities of East Tennessee has an immediate
opening for a part-time Maintenance Technician I for
facilities in Knoxville and the surrounding area. They will
be required to perform duties that include basic knowledge
of residential electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and general
building upkeep. For information or to apply contact
[email protected]
Doc Rock is sponsored by KAMA, a non-profit organization established
in partnership with the Knoxville Academy of Medicine to promote
health education programs. The event features local physician-playing
bands that represent several area hospitals. Each band will play a 45minute set and compete to win cover charge proceeds, which will benefit
their favorite health-based charity. “STD-Spinal Tappin’ Doctors” will
be playing for us for the second year in a row. The band with the most
audience support wins. Last year the St. Mary’s Legacy Clinic did quite
well and finished in 2nd place; this year we would love to finish in 1st
place! Please come out to support the mobile clinic!
RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREAT
If you are experiencing emotional or spiritual difficulties
from a past abortion, you are not alone. Catholic Charities
is here to assist you with Rachel’s
Vineyard healing and recovery retreat
April 16th, 2016 at the private Prince of
Peace Retreat Center in Benton, TN. For
more information, please contact Sandi
Davidson 865-776-4510 [email protected]
or Catherine McHugh 865-696-7720 [email protected]
Complete confidentiality is honored at all times.
YOU CAN HELP YOUR MARRIAGE
Twenty-five percent of surveyed
couples say they are “Happily
Married”. For everyone else,
there is Retrouvaille. Are you
frustrated or angry with each
other? Do you argue...or have
you just stopped talking to each
other? Does talking about it only make it worse? This
can help couples rebuild their marriage. For confidential
information about or to register for the next program
beginning March 4-6, please call 1-800470-2230 or 615523-0631 or email [email protected] or visit
www.HelpOurMarriage.com.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY @ KNOXVILLE
Catholic Charities Pregnancy Help Center is looking for
Spanish speaking volunteers to help with a wonderful new
program called .Earn While You Learn. We would like to
offer this program to our Hispanic mothers-to-be and
fathers so they will have the opportunity to learn about their
pregnancy and earn the materials they need for their babies.
If you would like to make a difference in the lives of those
we have the privilege of serving, please contact Sandi
Davidson 865-776-4510 or [email protected] for more
details.
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Noticias Parroquiales
* La oficina parroquial estará CERRADA el lunes, 15 de
febrero debido a la celebracion del Día de los Presidentes.*
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: 1 Re 8:1-7, 9-13; Sal 132 (131):6-7, 8-10; Mc 6:53-56
Martes: 1 Re 8:22-23, 27-30; Sal 84 (83):3-5, 10-11; Mc 7:1-13
Miércoles: Jl 2:12-18; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 12-14, 17;
2 Cor 5:20 -- 6:2; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Jueves: Dt 30:15-20; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Lc 9:22-25
Viernes: Is 58:1-9a; Sal 51 (50):3-6ab, 18-19; Mt 9:14-15
Sábado: Is 58:9b-14; Sal 86 (85):1-6; Lc 5:27-32
Domingo: Dt 26:4-10; Sal 91 (90):1-2, 10-15; Rom 10:8-13;
Lc 4:1-13
DESPENSA DE ALIMENTOS SAN VICENTE DE PAÚL
Gracias por su generoso apoyo a la despensa de alimentos el año
pasado. La necesidad más urgente que tenemos es latas de atún.
Después de las fiestas navideñas la despensa está baja en los
siguientes artículos: pasta, bolsas de arroz (1 lb.), harina de
trigo, mezcla para muffins, harina de maíz, cereales, galletas
dulces, galletas saladas, macarrones con queso, frijoles secos,
leche en polvo, maíz, judías verdes, carnes enlatadas, atún,
gelatina, gelatina sin azúcar, jalea, jalea sin azúcar, papel
higiénico, detergente para platos, pañales tamaño 5.
El Reto de la Despensa de Alimentos para este mes es que cada
familia traiga a la despensa: 1 lata de judías verdes, 1 lata de
maíz y 1 caja de mezcla para muffins de maíz.
Si conoce a alguien que puede estar en necesidad de alimentos o
financiera, por favor llame al 423-434-0836 y deje un mensaje.
COLECTAS ADICIONALES
Este próximo Miércoles de Ceniza tendremos una colecta adicional
para apoyar a la Iglesia en Europa Central y Oriental. Su
generosidad es esencial para responder a las necesidades espirituales
y fisicas de las personas en esta región. Para informarse más sobre
cómo sus donaciones están hacienda una diferencia, por favor, visite
www.usccb.org/ccee.
Si recibe sobres de ofertorio por correo, debe haber visto un sobre
para el fin de semana de 13 a 14 febrero para la Misiones de
Negros e Indios (BIM). Desde 1884, los ingresos de la colecta
BIM se distribuyen en forma de subvenciones a diócesis para
apoyar y fortalecer a los programas de evangelización, que de otra
manera estarían en peligro de desaparecer entre las comunidades de
negros, indios americanos, esquimales y Aleute de los Estados
Unidos. Si no recibe los sobres y quiere contribuir a esta colecta,
podría hacer un cheque o poner dinero en un sobre y escribir “Para
las Misiones de Negros e Indios” en el exterior o en la línea de
memo del cheque. Por favor, deposítelo en la canasta de la colecta
junto con su ofrenda regular semanal.
CARIDADES CATÓLICAS NECESITA VOLUNTARIOS
El Centro de Ayuda de Embarazo de Caridades Católicas esta buscando
voluntarios que hablen español para ayudar con un nuevo programa
llamado “Earn While You Learn”. Será ofrecido a madres y padres
hispanos mientras se les da la oportunidad de aprender sobre su
embarazo y adquirir artículos necesarios para el bebé. Si está
interesado, favor contacte a Sandi Davidson al 865-776-4510 o
[email protected] o Vanessa Stafford al 865 684-5490 o
[email protected] para información adicional.
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ROSARIO POR LA VIDA Y 40 DÍAS POR LA VIDA
El Obispo Stika los invita a rezar junto con él un Rosario por
la Vida el sábado 20 de febrero a las 10 AM enfrente de la
clínica Planned Parenthood. Por favor sea parte de este
testimonio de la santidad de la vida. También, iniciando el
Miércoles de Ceniza, 10 de febrero, como muestra de
esperanza, todos están invitados a participar en nuestra vigilia
de oración diocesana 40 días por la Vida al frente de la
clínica de Planned Parenthood. Por favor únanse a nosotros
para dar un testimonio de oración pacífica del Evangelio de la
Vida de 7 AM a 5 PM cada día y de 5 PM a 7 PM ante el
Santísimo Sacramento. Favor de ir a www.dioknox.org para
información adicional o contacte a Paul Simoneau a
[email protected] o Lisa Morris a
[email protected]
REGLAS PARA LA CUARESMA
El tiempo de Cuaresma comienza el 10 de febrero con el
Miércoles de Ceniza. El Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo
son días obligatorios universales de ayuno y abstinencia . El
ayuno es obligatorio para personas entre los 18 y 60 años de edad.
Ayunar significa hacer solo una comida completa en ese día.
También pueden hacerce dos comidas más pequeñas, pero no
iguales a una comida completa. La abstinencia (de carne) es
obligatoria para todos los mayores de 14 años de edad (c. 1252).
Si es posible, el ayuno del Viernes Santo debería continuarse
hasta la Vigilia de Pascua (en la noche del Sábado Santo) como el
"ayuno pascual" en honor a la Pasión y Muerte de nuestro Señor
Jesucristo y prepararnos para participar más plenamente y
celebrar más fácilmente su Resurrección (ver Sacrosanctum
Concilium, 109). Los viernes de Cuaresma son días de
abstinencia obligatoria (de carne) para todos los mayors de 14
años. Cualquier persona para quien el ayuno o la abstinencia
pueda resultar en un riesgo para su salud está excusado de ambos.
VIERNES DE PESCADO FRITO DE LOS
CABALLEROS DE COLÓN EN EL
GIMNASIO DE ST. MARY’S
Ven y acompáñanos a disfrutar de un delicioso
platillo de pescado frito con papas y ensalada
de col este y todos los viernes de cuaresma de 5
PM hasta 7 PM desde el 12 de febrero y hasta
el 18 de marzo. Todo lo que puedas comer por $10 (adultos) y
$8 (niños), los niños menores de 8 años comen gratis, Incluye
postre. Ordenes para llevar pueden pedirse al teléfono 423483-8980 mediante texto o llamada, el costo es de $8. No te
olvides de visitar nuestra página en Facebook: St. Mary’s K of C
Lenten Fish Fry’s 2016.
El horario para el Miércoles
de Ceniza se encuentra en la
página 3 de este boletín.
Year of Mercy / Año de La Misericordia
The season of Lent during this Jubilee Year should also be
lived more intensely as a privileged moment to celebrate and
experience God’s mercy. How many pages of Sacred Scripture
are appropriate for meditation during the weeks of Lent to help
us rediscover the merciful face of the Father! We can repeat
the words of the prophet Micah and make them our own: “You,
O Lord, are a God who takes away iniquity and pardons sin,
who does not hold your anger forever, but are pleased to show
mercy. You, Lord, will return to us and have pity on your
people. You will trample down our sins and toss them into the
depths of the sea.” (Mic. 7:18-19)
El tiempo de Cuaresma durante este Año Jubilar debe vivirse también
más intensamente como un momento privilegiado para celebrar y
sentir la misericordia de Dios. ¡Cuántas páginas de la Sagrada
Escritura son apropiadas para meditar durante las semanas de
Cuaresma y que nos ayudan a redescubrir el rostro misericordioso del
Padre! Podemos repetir las palabras del profeta Miqueas y hacerlas
nuestras: “¿Qué Dios hay como tú, que perdona la iniquidad y pasa por
alto la rebeldía del remanente de su heredad. No persistirá en su ira
para siempre, porque se complace en la misericordia. Volverá a
compadecerse de nosotros, hollará nuestras iniquidades. Sí, arrojarás
a las profundidades del mar todos nuestros pecados”. (Miq. 7:18-19)
FEBRUARY’S CHALLENGE:
DESAFÍO PARA EL MES DE FEBRERO:
FEED THE HUNGRY
DAR DE COMER AL HAMBRIENTO
Theme for this Sunday: Stretching our Limits
Tema para este Domingo: Estirando nuestros Límites
Simon Peter fell down at Jesus’ knees, saying, "Go away
from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man." Then Jesus said
to Simon, "Do not be afraid; from now on you will be
catching people." (Lk. 5:8,10b)
Al ver esto, Simón Pedro cayó de rodillas delante de
Jesús y le dijo: “¡Apártate de mí, Señor; soy un
pecador!” “No temas; desde ahora serás pescador de
hombres —le dijo Jesús a Simón. (Luc. 5:8,10b)
Adult: When have you felt God’s merciful forgiveness?
Did it strengthen you?
Youth: When are you afraid or feel inadequate to help
others? How has faith in God strengthened you?
Adulto: ¿Cuándo has sentido el perdón misericordioso de
Dios? ¿Te dio fortaleza esta experiencia?
Jóven: ¿Cuándo tienes miedo o te sientes inadecuado para
ayudar a los demás? ¿Cómo la fe en Dios te ha fortalecido?
ALGUNAS SUGERENCIAS PARA
EL DESAFÍO DE ESTE MES
FEW WAYS TO PARTIPATE IN
THIS MONTH’S CHALLENGE
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Participate in parish retreat, “Consoling the Heart of
Jesus”, to feed your hunger for Christ. (pg. 5)
Donate food item to our church food pantry. (pg. 5)
Donate or purchase a baked item to our church Bake
Sale where 20% of proceeds will go to our Food
Pantry. (pg. 5)
St. Mary’s has group that prepares/serves meals to
those in need each month on first Fridays (423-2830733/Linda) and last Thursdays (423-926-2504/
Jennie) in basement of Munsey United Methodist
Church. Please call for more information.
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SPECIAL THANKS TO YOU
AGRADECIMIENTO ESPECIAL
“On behalf of the James H. Quillen VA Medical
Center, Mountain Home, Tennessee Veterans and
staff would like to thank you and your congregation
for your donation of coats and shoes to be distributed to our
nation’s Veterans. Your support, contributions and donations
are priceless to our nation’s Veterans. Thank you again for
this wonderful donation.” –Mike Kromoff, Chief, Voluntary
Service
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If your ministry is working towards a project that fits any
Works of Mercy, please let Becky know at
[email protected] Pictures are welcomed!
Participar en el retiro parroquial, “Consolando el Corazón
de Jesús”, para alimentar tu hambre de Cristo. (pág. 5)
Donar alimentos para la despensa de alimentos de nuestra
parroquia. (pág. 7)
Donar o comprar un artículo durante la venta de pasteles
de nuestra parroquia donde el 20% de los ingresos
beneficiará a nuestra despensa de alimentos. (pág. 5)
Nuestra parroquia tiene grupos que preparan/sirven
comidas para los necesitados los primeros viernes (423283-0733/Linda) y últimos jueves de cada mes (423-9262504/Jennie) en el sótano de la Iglesia Metodista Unida
Munsey. Por favor llama para más información (debe
hablar inglés).
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“En nombre del Centro Médico para Veteranos James
H. Quillen en Mountain Home, Tennessee y de nuestro
personal nos gustaría darle las gracias a su
congregación por la donación de abrigos y zapatos para los
veteranos de nuestra nación. Su apoyo, contribuciones y
donaciones no tienen precio para ellos. Gracias de nuevo por
esta maravillosa donación.”
–Mike Kromoff, Jefe del Servicio Voluntario
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Si su ministerio está trabajando en un proyecto que se adapta a
las Obras de Misericordia, por favor infórmenle a Becky a
[email protected] Si tienen fotos,¡están bienvenidos
a enviárnoslas!
General Parish Information — Información General de la Parroquia
MINISTRY CONTACTS
If you are the head of a ministry and wish to put your contact
information in the bulletin, please call the church office or
email [email protected]
REPRESENTANTES DE LOS MINISTERIOS
Si usted es el líder de un ministerio y desea poner su
información de contacto en el boletín, por favor llame a la
oficina parroquial o por email a [email protected]
Parish Council: Stefanie Murphy at [email protected]
Finance Committee: Mary Finucane, 423-283-9130
Children’s Faith Formation: Judy Holt, 423.282.6367
Youth Ministry: Stephanie Mann, [email protected]
Adult Faith Formation: Deacon Mike Jacobs, 423-282-6367
Labyrinth Ministry: Roz Seymour, [email protected]
Music Ministry: Dolores Fredericks, 423-283-0103
Knights of Columbus: Mark Durland, [email protected]
Ladies United: [email protected]
The Disciple: Julianne Wiley, [email protected]
St. Mary’s Prayer Warriors: [email protected]
Garden Ministry: Roz Seymour at [email protected]
Sacristán: Guadalupe Tapia, 423-943-8908
Ministros Eucarísticos: Victor y Rosalba Granados, 423-470-5747
Lectores: Dielta Oakley, 423-952-0357
Monaguillos: Cris Reyes 423-737-4500 o Cristina García, 423-297-3234
Coro: Raymond Isaac, 423-467-3330
Ujieres: Agustín Raygozo o Daniela Castellanos, 423-534-1252 ó
423-990-7966.
Cristo Renueva a Su Parroquia: Rogelio Reyes, 423-747-6103 ó
Josefina Estrada, 423-213-7333.
Consejo Parroquial: Humberta Contreras, 423-440-2408
FORMULARIOS Y PROCEDIMIENTOS
Registro Parroquial: Los paquetes de inscripción se encuentran en
el Área de Convivencia o en la oficina parroquial. Después de llenar
la información, por favor llévelo a la oficina o póngalo en la canasta
de la colecta.
Mudanza: Por favor, póngase en contacto con la oficina parroquial si
ha cambiado su dirección o número de teléfono. Esto ayudará a
mantener nuestra base de datos lo más actualizada posible.
Solicitud de Intenciones para Misas: Llame o vaya a la oficina
parroquial durante las horas laborables para solicitar misas.
Solicitud de Espacio: Si necesita reservar espacio para un evento en
la iglesia, por favor contacte a la oficina parroquial. Deberá llenar un
formulario de reserva por lo menos 30 días antes del evento.
Cita con Sacerdote/Diácono: Por favor, llame a la oficina parroquial
para hacer una cita..
Adoración Eucarística Perpetua: Llame a la oficina parroquial para
hacerse adorador permanente o sustituto, o pase por la capilla de
adoración para tomar un paquete de nuevo adorador.
Funeral: Favor de llamar a la oficina para hacer cita con el sacerdote,
anotar el funeral en el calendario y preparar la liturgia.
Quinceañera: Favor de llamar a Guadalupe Tapia, 423-943-8908
para apartar la fecha y comenzar la preparación. La joven debe haber
asistido al Grupo de Jóvenes por lo menos por un año antes de
solicitar esta celebración.
FORMS AND PROCEDURES
Parishioner’s Registration: Registration packets can be
found in the Gathering Area or the church office. After filling
out the packet, please drop off at the office or place in the
collection basket.
Moving: Please contact the Church office if you have changed
your address or phone number. This will help keep our
database as up to date as possible.
Mass Intention Request: You may call or come to the church
office to request a Mass intention.
Space Request: If you need to reserve space within our
church for an event, please contact the church office. You
must fill out a reservation form at least 30 days prior to the
event.
Appointment with Priest/Deacon: Please call the church
office to set up an appointment.
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration: Please contact the church
office to become an permanent or substitute adorer or stop by
the Adoration Chapel to get a packet for new adorers.
Funeral: Please contact church office to schedule a priest and
time for the funeral on the church calendar.
SACRAMENTOS
Bautismo: Llene los formularios que se encuentran en la oficina. Incluya
la información de los padrinos. Debe estar registrado como miembro de
la parroquia. Las clases pre-bautismales son los cuartos domingos del
mes. Contacte a Dielta Oakley al 423-952-0357.
Reconciliación: Vea la portada de este boletín para el horario.
Primera Comunión: Favor de contactar a Judy Holt en la oficina
parroquial para registrar a su hijo. El niño debe haber asistido al
programa de formación en la fe por lo menos por un año antes de solicitar
este sacramento. Favor de proveer una copia del certificado de Bautismo.
Confirmación: Por favor contacte a Stephanie Mann al 423-612-2272 o
[email protected] para registrar a su hijo. El joven debe haber
asistido al Grupo de Jóvenes por lo menos por un año antes de solicitar
este sacramento. Favor de proveer una copia del certificado de Bautismo.
RICA: Favor de contactar a Luz María Vélez al 423-946-7787 para
comenzar la preparación para el Rito de Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos.
Matrimonio: Si desea contraer matrimonio en nuestra parroquia, por
favor contacte a Padre Jesús Guerrero al 423-282-6367.
Unción de los Enfermos: Llame a la oficina parroquial para recibir este
sacramento. Puede recibirlo en la iglesia o privadamente.
Orden Sacerdotal: Favor de hablar con uno de los sacerdotes y luego
llamar a la Diócesis de Knoxville al 865-584-3307 o visite su página de
Internet en www.dioknox.org.
SACRAMENTS
Baptism: Baptismal forms are available in the church office. Please prepare all
information, including godparents. Then contact Deacon Mike Jacobs at the
church office for English baptismal preparation.
Reconciliation: See the front page of this bulletin for a schedule.
First Communion: Please contact Judy Holt at the church office to register
your child . The child has to have attended at least a year of faith formation
prior to registering for this sacrament. Please provide a copy of your child’s
baptismal certificate.
Confirmation: For students in 11th or 12th grade. Please contact Stephanie
Mann at 423-612-2272 or [email protected] to register your child. The
child has to have attended Youth Group on a regular basis for at least a year
prior to registering for this sacrament. Please provide a copy of your child’s
baptismal certificate.
RCIA: Please contact Kendra Dowlatshahi through the church office to begin
preparation for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.
Marriage: Please contact the church office to begin the process for Marriage
preparation or to celebrate it within our parish.
Anointing of the Sick: Contact the church office to schedule the celebration of
this sacrament. It could be received at church or privately.
Holy Orders: Please talk one of the priest and then contact the Diocese of
Knoxville office at 865-584-3307 or visit their website at www.dioknox.org.
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