The Baptism of the Lord

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The Baptism of the Lord
Pastor: Fr. Michael Carroll
Parochial Vicar: Fr. Arnold Parungao
Deacon Ed Morgado ([email protected])
The Baptism of the Lord
January 11, 2015
MISSION STATEMENT
“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved
you; abide in My Love.” In Christ’s Love the
Eucharistic community of St. Teresa of Avila,
Auburn, embraces and welcomes all as part of
God’s family. We value every parishioner and
strive to reflect the forgiveness and healing of
the Gospels.
Parish Office: 11600 Atwood Rd., Auburn, CA 95603
Sunday Masses
(530) 889-2254, fax (530) 889-2643 www.stteresaauburn.com
Saturday Vigil………………………………………………...5:00pm
Sunday…………………………………………….8:00am, 10:30am
………………………………………...3:30pm (Spanish), & 5:30pm
Office Hours: Monday—Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Business Manager, Jo Anne Drummond
(530)-889-2254 ext. 11
e-mail: [email protected]
Daily Masses
Monday—Saturday (During Advent) ……………………... 8:30am
Ministry to Seniors, Bereaved & Homebound
Barbara Freuler (Minister) – (530) 889-2254 ext. 10
e-mail: [email protected]
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
The priests are honored to celebrate the Sacrament of Penance
at any time; please call for an appointment with the priest of
your choice.
Adult Faith Formation, Call the Parish Office
(530) 889-2254
Religious Education Program
Eucharistic Adoration
Saturdays..………………………………………9:00am—10:30am
Judy Jones (Director) (530) 823-7122
e-mail: [email protected]
Baptisms: For the celebration of Baptism, please call the
St. Joseph School, Mr. Christopher Nelson, (Principal)
Parish Office, for information.
Marriage: If you are a member of our parish, please contact a
priest or deacon of your choice at least six months in advance of
your desired wedding in order to participate in a process of
marriage preparation.
Confirmation: For teens, the Sacrament of Confirmation is a
two-year preparation process; please contact our coordinator of
religious education; for adults not yet confirmed, please call the
parish office.
Ministry to the Sick: Please call parish office
(530) 889-2254
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Call the parish office (530) 889-2254
[email protected] or www.saintjosephauburn.org
11610 Atwood Rd., Auburn (530) 885-4490 fax (530) 885-0182
St. Joseph Preschool/Day Care Center
Jaime Anderson, (Director) (530) 823-1822
11610 Atwood Rd., Auburn, www.saintjosephauburn.org
e-mail: [email protected]
Music Ministry:
Jean Sawyer, (Music & Liturgy Director) – (530) 885-2958
e-mail: [email protected]
Youth Group:
Brenda Fischer, (Youth Director) - (530) 305-9919
e-mail: [email protected]
St. Vincent de Paul: (530) 906-8311
Bulletin Submissions: e-mail to [email protected] All bulletin articles are due in the parish office no later than
12:00pm on Mondays.
The Baptism of the Lord
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The Baptism of the Lord
January 11, 2015
All you who are thirsty, come to the water!
— Isaiah 55:1
THE WATERS OF BAPTISM
When new sod is put in, it needs constant saturation with water. Landscapers say that
this “knits” the sod to the soil. The same when a branch is grafted onto a tree: the poultice
that joins them at the splice must be kept wet at all times. Water is the stuff that binds the
very cells of our bodies together. No wonder religions throughout all times and cultures have
used it so prominently. When Jesus stepped into the Jordan for baptism, he “knit” himself to what had come before
him. By going to the Jordan, he made himself one with the people of Israel who had crossed it into their Promised
Land. With John the Baptist, Christ wove himself into the prophetic tradition that heralded the coming reign of God.
He had become fully human in the waters of Mary’s womb, and by partaking in the rite of the baptism of repentance,
Jesus identified himself with our sinful, frail humanity. It is through the waters of baptism that Christ continues to graft
new members onto his Body, the Church; through these waters we are cleansed from sin and filled with the promise of
grace, given our destiny for eternal life. For us, as for Jesus, it is also the waters of baptism that inaugurate our mission
to proclaim the Good News.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
MASS INTENTIONS
January 10—January 17, 2015
Saturday
Sunday
01/10
01/11
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
01/12
01/13
01/14
01/15
01/16
01/17
5:00pm
For The Faithful
8:00am + Ana Roxo
10:30am
For The Faithful
3:30pm
For the Faithful
5:30pm
For The Faithful
8:30am + George Celillo
8:30am + Jan Ballard
8:30am + Charles & Georgette Slim
8:30am
Thomas Young Family
8:30am + Juamvil Monday
8:30am
For The Faithful
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Behold my servant with whom I
am pleased; he shall bring forth justice to the nations
(Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7) or Isaiah 55:1-11.
Psalm — The Lord will bless his people with
peace (Psalm 29) or Isaiah 12:2-6.
Second Reading — God anointed him with the
Holy Spirit (Acts 10:34-38) or 1 John 5:1-9.
Gospel — You are my beloved Son, with you I am
well pleased (Mark 1:7-11).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981,
1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Offertory For:
Christmas 2014:
New Year’s Day:
Sunday, 12/29/14:
Sunday, 1/04/15:
$43,114
$ 2,917
$12,416
$14,125
Thank You!
Your generosity is much appreciated!
Heb 1:1-6; Ps 97:1, 2b, 6, 7c, 9;
Mk 1:14-20
Tuesday:
Heb 2:5-12; Ps 8:2ab, 5, 6-9;
Mk 1:21-28
Wednesday: Heb 2:14-18; Ps 105:1-4, 6-9;
Mk 1:29-39
Thursday: Heb 3:7-14; Ps 95:6-11; Mk 1:40-45
Friday:
Heb 4:1-5, 11; Ps 78:3, 4bc, 6c-8;
Mk 2:1-12
Saturday: Heb 4:12-16; Ps 19:8-10, 15;
Mk 2:13-17
Sunday:
1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; Ps 40:2, 4, 7-10;
1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42
January 11, 2015
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LITURGICAL MINISTERS SCHEDULE
Week of January 17, 2015
Altar Servers
Saturday, 1/17/15, 5:00pm
Phillip Jacques, Maya & Nikolas Madison
Sunday, 1/18/15, 8:00am
Ryan Whalley, Jack Shanahan, Caroline Roche
Sunday, 1/18/15, 10:30am
Adam Santos, Emily Bucher, Keegan McManus
Sunday, 1/18/15, 5:30pm
Jack Niece, Kyle Decker, Aiden McCormick
Eucharistic Ministers
Saturday, 1/17/15, 5:00pm
Steve McCullough, Mike Loeffler, Diane Fritch
Sunday, 1/18/15, 8:00am
Vince DeWitt, Jackie Shook, Vince & Renee Anaclerio,
Marcella Dayton
Sunday, 1/18/15 10:30am
Greg & Lori Belanger, Ida Granata, Tim Towne, Anna Fenner,
Deana Eshpeter, Debbie Buresh
Sunday, 1/18/15, 5:30pm
Lizzie Roche, Carol Coleman, Frankie Hey
Lectors
Saturday, 1/17/15, 5:00pm
Kathleen & David Rose, Lexy Ashford
Sunday, 1/18/15, 8:00am
Sandy Amara, Trish Jensen, Ella Sockman
Sunday, 1/18/15, 10:30am
Tom Galleo, Mary Rydzik, Charles Naggiar
Sunday, 1/18/15, 5:30pm
Dave Manning, Tara McCullough, Dylan Holloway
Greeters
Saturday, 1/17/15, 5:00pm
Sally LaPorta, Linda Pierce, Warren Leash, Joyce Swartz
Sunday, 1/18/15, 8:00am
Kate Savbins, Marcia Kitchell, Betty Mathews, Sharon Hane,
Joan Thompson
Sunday, 1/18/15, 10:30am
Maureen Spencer, Bobbie Cairns, Ruth Wright,
Micheline Turner, Bernice Ambrose, Elizabeth Morales,
Ben & Jack Niece
Sunday, 1/18/15, 5:30pm
Joe Tatman
Ushers
Saturday, 1/17/15, 5:00pm, Not Filled
Sunday, 1/18/15, 8:00am
Bill Clark, Ed Larsen, Terry Noziska, Pete Thompson,
Mary Niece
Sunday, 1/18/15, 10:30am
Gary Crockett, Tom Huckins, Paul Law
Sunday, 1/18/15, 5:30pm,
Joe Tatman
Sacristans
Saturday
Sunday,
Sunday,
Sunday,
1/17/15
1/18/15
1/18/11
1/18/15
5:00pm
8:00am
10:30am
5:30pm
Jim McKevitt
Julia Eggert
Joe Offer
Not Filled
Knights of Columbus
Basketball Free Throw Contest
All boys and girls ages nine to fourteen are invited
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participate
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wish all
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be heldAon
Sunday,Christmas
January 25 at the St. Teresa of
And
a very
Happy
New Year!
Avila
Parish
Hall.
Registration
begins at 11:30, and
the competition starts at 12:00 PM. This is a free
event. Contestants must be at least age 9 on
January 1, 2015. Winners will be eligible to
advance to the District, Chapter, and State
competitions. A copy of the contestant’s birth
certificate to verify age, and a parent’s signature of
consent for the registration sheet are required.
Nine, ten and eleven year old competitors will
shoot from a distance of twelve feet, while the
older competitors shoot from the standard free
throw distance of fifteen feet.
Additional
information on the contest can be obtained by
calling John Sheehan at (916) 645-3737.
ITALIAN CATHOLIC FEDERATION BR#342
36TH ANNUAL POLENTA DINNER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 2015
ST TERESA OF AVILA PARISH HALL
11600 ATWOOD ROAD, AUBURN
6:00 PM NO HOST COCKTAILS, 6:30 PM DINNER
7:00 PM-10:00PM DANCING & RAFFLE
DINNER WILL CONSIST OF POLENTA, CHICKEN &
SAUSAGE, ACCOMPANIED BY SALAD, ROLLS,
WINE & DESSERT
“MUSIC PROVIDED BY DR. BACH & JAZZ
PRACTITIONERS”
COST PER PERSON $20.00 - CHILDREN UNDER 10
$10.00
PURCHASE TICKETS NO LATER THAN
JANUARY 12, 2015
FOR TICKETS CALL:
DOLORES ALECCIA 530-823-9125 OR
TRISH PUTKEY 530-878-6814
The Baptism of the Lord
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SHOCK & HORROR
Today, Wednesday, January 7th, I turned on
“Morning Joe” on MSNBC and I saw the carnage from
Eastern Paris. It is sad to see people attacked and
murdered for having a different viewpoint from the
attackers. Terrorists don’t need an excuse. This time
editors, staff and innocent bystanders were killed.
We should not be violent towards people
who disagree with us. Viewpoints are just viewpoints
and are not what everyone believes. Freedom of
expression and freedom of the press are important in a
civilized society. It is when individuals and countries don’t
allow free speech that this sometimes leads to carnage.
Democracy allows discussion, not violence.
Everyone has access to prayer and God. This
should lead to empowerment and not down the road to
violence. True religion makes us better people. Our Catholic Faith preaches non-violence . . .
unless it is to defend life. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ entered the world to bring peace and
brotherhood. To know how Christ wants us to live . . . . we have to go no further than praying
“The Our Father”.
God Bless,
Fr. Mike
St. Teresa of Avila Parish
11600 Atwood Road
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 889-2254, fax (530)889-2643
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El Bautismo del Señor
11 de enero de 2015
Todos ustedes, los que tienen sed,
vengan por agua.
— Isaías 55:1
LAS AGUAS BAUTISMALES
Cuando se planta un césped nuevo, debe regarse constantemente. Los jardineros dicen que esto “teje” el césped al
suelo. Lo mismo sucede cuando se injerta una rama a un árbol: el cataplasma que los une debe estar húmedo en todo
momento. El agua es lo que mantiene unidas a las células de nuestro cuerpo. Con razón las religiones de todas las
épocas y culturas han usado tanto este símbolo. Cuando Jesús se sumerge en el Jordán para ser bautizado, se “teje” a
todo aquello que lo precedía. Al sumergirse en el Jordán, se hizo uno con el pueblo de Israel que había cruzado el río
para llegar a su Tierra Prometida. Junto a Juan Bautista, Cristo se tejió a la tradición profética que presagiaba la venida
del Reino de Dios. Jesús se había convertido plenamente en humano en las aguas del vientre de María y al participar
del rito del Bautismo del arrepentimiento, se sintió identificado con nuestra frágil y pecaminosa humanidad. Por las
aguas del Bautismo Cristo continúa injertando nuevos miembros a su Cuerpo, la Iglesia; gracias a nuestro destino de
vida eterna, por estas aguas somos limpiados del pecado y recibimos la promesa de la gracia. Para nosotros, como para
Jesús, las aguas bautismales también inauguran nuestra misión de proclamar la Buena Nueva.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE HOY
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Primera lectura — He aquí mi siervo a quien he dado
mi espíritu. (Isaías 42:1-4, 6-7) o Isaías 55:1-11.
Salmo — Te alabamos, Señor (Salmo 29 [28]) o
Isaías 12:2-6.
Segunda lectura —Dios ha ungido a Jesús por el
Espíritu Santo y el poder (Hechos 10:34-38) ó
1 Juan 5:1-9.
Evangelio — Tú eres mi Hijo, el Amado, al que miro
con cariño (Marcos 1:7-11).
Lunes:
Heb 1:1-6; Sal 97 (96):1, 2b, 6, 7c, 9;
Mc 1:14-20
Martes: Heb 2:5-12; Sal 8:2ab, 5, 6-9; Mc 1:21-28
Miércoles: Heb 2:14-18; Sal 105 (104):1-4, 6-9;
Mc 1:29-39
Jueves:
Heb 3:7-14; Sal 95 (94):6-11; Mc 1:40-45
Viernes: Heb 4:1-5, 11; Sal 78 (77):3, 4bc, 6c-8;
Mc 2:1-12
Sábado: Heb 4:12-16; Sal 19 (18):8-10, 15;
Mc 2:13-17
Domingo: 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19; Sal 40 (39):2, 4, 7-10;
1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20; Jn 1:35-42
St. Joseph Catholic School presents the 16th
February 7, 2015 (Save the Date!!!!!!)
Parish Hall, www.saintjosephauburn.org
Tickets for $45.00 each include:
All you can eat Crab, Clam Chowder, Bread, Shrimp Cocktail, Pasta, Salad & Dancing!
Giggles:
A little boy said to the priest in the classroom, “I know God’s name. . . .It’s Peter”.
“Why is that?” said the Priest. “Well”, said the boy. “At our Church our Priest says
“Go the Mass is ended”, and everyone says “Thanks Peter God”.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
An old lady came home from Church and found a burglar in her house. At the top of
Her lungs she yelled “Acts 2:38…..repent and be baptized in the Name of Jesus
Christ for the forgiveness of your sins!”
The burglar froze and stood motionless while she called the cops.
When the cops arrived they arrested the burglar and asked him why he froze at a
“Bible verse?”
The burglar said “Bible Verse?....I thought she said she had an axe and two 38’s:”.
January 11, 2015
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CHRISTMAS
GIVING TREE

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