June 7: Corpus Christi - St. Joseph the Worker

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June 7: Corpus Christi - St. Joseph the Worker
MISSION
MISSION STATEMENT
STATEMENT
THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST
June 7, 2015
ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER is a Eucharistic
ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER is a Eucharistic
community of believers commissioned through
community of believers commissioned through
our Baptism to share the Gospel message of
our Baptism to share the Gospel message of
Jesus Christ with all people. Out of our diversity
Jesus Christ with all people. Out of our diversity
we create unity through respect for every
we create unity through respect for every
person, common celebrations, sacramental
person, common celebrations, sacramental
worship, Christian education of all ages, and
worship, Christian education of all ages, and
outreach programs.
outreach programs.
WELCOME!
We are pleased that you have chosen
to worship here today and hope you
will find this community a place where
your faith can be nourished. For
Visit the
information
about
our parish, visit the
Parish
Center
or www.sjwchurch.com.
Parish Center or www.sjwchurch.com.
MASSES
Saturday
MASSES
8:30
a.m., 5:30 p.m. (Vigil), English
Saturday
Sunday
8:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. (Vigil) English
7:30,
9:30, 11:30 a.m., English
Sunday
1:30,
7:30 p.m.,
7:30, 9:30,
11:30Spanish
a.m. English
5:30
Vietnamese
1:30,p.m.,
7:30 p.m.
Spanish
Monday
5:30 p.m.- Friday
Vietnamese
6:30,
8:30
a.m., English
Monday
- Friday
First
7:30English
p.m., Spanish
6:30,Friday:
8:30 a.m.
Holy Days
6:30 p.m. (Vigil),
English
(Vigil) English
6:30, 8:30 a.m., 6:45 p.m.,
English
p.m. English
5:30 p.m.,
Vietnamese
p.m. Vietnamese
8:00 p.m.,
Spanish
p.m. Spanish
PASTORAL STAFF
Pastor
Rev. Kevin Rettig
Associate Pastor
Rev. Julio
HugoRamos
Neyra
Associate Pastor
Rev. Francis
Joseph Van
Ty Bui
Vu
Deacon
Dn. Augusto
Heriberto“Gus”
Vega Mora
School Principal
Sr. Barbara Joseph Wilson, CSJ
Music and Liturgy Director
Sr. AngelaCalzada
Nicholas
Faustina, CSJ
Faith Formation Director
Bill Sparks
Confirmation and Youth Ministry
Dinh Phan
Religious Education
Karina Villanueva
Business Manager
Mike Stafford
Parish Secretary
Angela Escobar
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church •19855 Sherman Way • Winnetka, California
Phone (818) 341-6634 • Fax (818) 341-3875 • www.sjwchurch.com • Email [email protected]
St. Joseph the Worker School • 19812 Cantlay Street • Winnetka, CA 91306-3005 • Phone (818) 341-6616 •
www.saintjosephtheworkerschool.net
Parish Center Mailing Address • 19808 Cantlay Street • Winnetka, CA 91306-3005
Parish Center Hours: Mon.–Fri.: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. and 1:00 –9:00 p.m. • Sat.: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. • Sun.: Closed
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PARISH LIFE
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 2 Cor 1:1-7; Ps 34:2-9; Mt 5:1-12
Tuesday: 2 Cor 1:18-22; Ps 119:129-133, 135;
Mt 5:13-16
Wednesday: 2 Cor 3:4-11; Ps 99:5-9; Mt 5:17-19
Thursday: Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Ps 85:9ab, 10-14;
Mt 5:20-26
Friday: Hos 11:1, 3-4, 8c-9; Is 12:2-6; Eph 3:8-12, 1419; Jn 19:31-37
Saturday: 2 Cor 5:14-21; Ps 103:1-4, 9-12; Mt 5:33-37
or, for the Memorial of the Immaculate Heart, Is 61:9-11;
1 Sam 2:1, 4-8abcd; Lk 2:41-51
Sunday: Ez 17:22-24; Ps 92:2-3, 13-16; 2 Cor 5:6-10;
Mk 4:26-34
MASS INTENTIONS
To have a Mass said for a loved one or for another intention, stop by the Parish Center to make arrangements.
Sunday
June 7
7:30 a.m. Mary Esther Bradley (RIP)
9:30 a.m. Vernon Amaranto (RIP)
11:30 a.m. SJW Parishioners (Intentions)
1:30 p.m. Kevin Razo (Birthday)
5:30 p.m. O. Nguyen (Thanksgiving)
7:30 p.m. Prudencio Morga (RIP)
Monday
June 8
6:30 a.m. Elizabeth Bregar (RIP)
8:30 a.m. Jim and Fatima Bagamaspad (Anniversary)
Tuesday
June 9
6:30 a.m. Antionette and Casimo Sampietro (RIP)
8:30 a.m. Lydia Mora (RIP)
Wednesday June 10
6:30 a.m. Margarita Sacramento (RIP)
8:30 a.m. Virginia Alejandro (Intentions)
Thursday
June 11
6:30 a.m. Romie Sarmiento Jr. (RIP)
8:30 a.m. Hernandez Family (RIP)
Friday
June 12
6:30 a.m. Athena Reyes (RIP)
8:30 a.m. For the Unborn
Saturday
June 13
8:30 a.m. Carlos Acosta (RIP)
5:30 p.m. Stephen and Hazel Kunka (RIP)
Sunday
June 14
7:30 a.m. Brylie Anthony Teves Dizon (RIP)
9:30 a.m. Cercado Family (Thanksgiving)
11:30 a.m. Rey Cristobal (Birthday)
1:30 p.m. SJW Parishioners (Intentions)
5:30 p.m. Maria Madelena Pham Kim Thoa (RIP)
7:30 p.m. Erasmo and Marisela Sandoval (Intentions)
St. Joseph the Worker
ARCHDIOCESAN COLLECTION
PRIEST RETIREMENT FUND
Today all parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles will be
asked to give generously to support the Retirement Fund for
Archdiocesan Priests. Currently, the fund provides for more than 100
priests who are retired. Over the next ten years, that number is expected to increase significantly. With minimal compensation, and in
many cases, no pension, these men often retire with nothing to fall
back upon. Your contributions can change that. The Priest Retirement
Fund offers us a way to give back to our Catholic priests who have
served us so faithfully. Your contribution will help archdiocesan
priests live modestly and peacefully in retirement. Help us offer thanks
for their years of devotion to God, and faithful service to our parish
communities. Envelopes are in the carts.
SJW WORLD FAIR
It is with a grateful heart that I share with you these individuals and
businesses whom have so generously given to the 2015 SJW World
Fair! These benefactors are helping to insure the success of our Fair
and ultimately our Parish and School
Triple platinum $1000.00+
E-Sol -Enrichment and Social Opportunities for Life
Louisville High School
Pelamati Family
The Edifice Group DESIGN+BUILD
Double Platinum.
$750.00+
Something's Fishy Restaurant
Platinum $500.00+
Angelina Stephens' Family
Pacific Region Realty
Rainbow Northridge
Signarama of Chatsworth
Silver Star Financial
Gold $250.00+
Chick -fil -A of Northridge *
Law Offices of Gino Paola A. Pedraja
Northridge Lumber *
Thomas P. Rezzo, D.D.S.
Valley Supply and Hardware
Silver $100.00+
Blue Sky Pilates of West Hills *
Ciara Dance Studio of Woodland Hills *
Eva Wahlroos -parishioner
Gelb Group
Kumon Math & Reading of Tarzana
Magical Touch Day Spa *
Michael McNatt *
Nenita Gonzales -parishioner
Notre Dame High School *
Bronze $50.00+
Becker Bins
L’Occitane of Calabasas *
Magic Jump
Mr. B’s Flowers *
West Hills Pizza *
(*) Indicates donation to Silent Auction
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The Most Holy Body ad Blood of Christ• June 7, 2015
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PARISH LIFE
DEVOTIONS/PRAYER GROUPS
GIFT SHOP
The Gift Shop is open on Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
TUNA SUNDAY
Your gift of a large can of tuna or cash goes directly and immediately to
the poor and the needy. Within 48 hours, your generosity becomes a
nourishing hot meal for hungry and often homeless people living on
skid row. With more cans of tuna this delicious dish could be served
more than just one day a week. The large four to five pound cans of
tuna are available at Smart and Final and Costco. Please bring your
donations to the Parish Center.
Rosary
Monday–Saturday 9:00 a.m. (Church)
Eucharistic Adoration
Wednesday 8:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m. (SJW Chapel)
First Friday 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. (SJW Chapel)
Grupo de Oración
Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Charismatic Prayer Group
Thursday 7:00 p.m. (Church)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Wednesday 6:30 p.m. (SJW Chapel)
SACRAMENTS
Confessions
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL NEWS
Saturday 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. .
Your food donation is very well appreciated. Our pantry is running very
low. Please bring the items to the Parish Center at any time. Also, when
making donations to the needy of the parish in the blue/green envelopes located in the pews, please make checks payable to: The Saint
Vincent de Paul Society.
For regular pick up, call (800) 974-3571. For those in need, please call
the St. Vincent de Paul voicemail at (818) 773-1864.
Bundle Sunday
Today, our Parish is having a Bundle Sunday for the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul thrift stores. Please bring your useable clothing and
useable household items on this day. Their truck will be here at our
church. Please help them in their efforts to assist the needy.
They are in great need of furniture and large appliances. Please call
(323) 224-6280 or (800) 974-3571 for free pick up of large items.
VIRTUS TRAINING
There will be a Virtus Training on Saturday, June 20, from 8:30 a.m. to
12:00 p.m. at the St. Joseph the Worker Parish Hall. All teachers and
parish ministers working with and in contact with the youth are mandated by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to attend and be certified or
recertified. Registration deadline is June 7. For more information, please
contact Deacon Gus Mora at (818) 404-7794.
SJW CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP
The St. Joseph the Worker Charismatic Prayer Group invites you to attend their weekly prayer meetings held every Thursday from
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Join us for praise and worship, inspiring talks,
group sharing, reflection and monthly healing service.
PRAY FOR YOUR PARISH FINANCES
Bring your full tithe to the church so there will be ample provisions in my Church.
Test me in this and see if I don't open up heaven itself to you and pour out blessings
beyond your wildest dreams. (Malachi 3:10)
Weekly Goal
5-31-15
Last Year
Change
$20,000
$13,463
$14,812
- 9.1%
2015 Env $ 8,032 (60.7 %)
E-giving $ 682 (5.1 %)
2014 Env $ 9,147 (61.8 %)
E-giving $ 690 (4.7 %)
The Most Holy Body ad Blood of Christ• June 7, 2015
Confirmation Process (Grades 9th - 12th)
Year One – Bimonthly
Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Year Two – Bimonthly
Tuesdays 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Information: Dinh Phan, ext. 1018
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Information: Bill Sparks, ext. 1012. See also page 4.
Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals
Call the Parish Center.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
This sacrament of healing is received by those who are
seriously ill, approaching serious surgery, or near death.
Please contact the Parish Center to arrange a convenient time. If a parishioner who has not been anointed is
near death, please call the Parish Center at any hour.
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
Josie Buenviaje, Karina Flores, E. Menter, Yna and Miriam Legaspi, Rod Marfil, Leo Tay, Luca Torterolo, Bubut
Aquino, Nic Suarez, Ofelia Oropeza Silva, Alfredo Velazquez, Ferdinand, Rolando and Vidiamor Morales Jr.,
Wendy Pelamati, David and Lu Ann Nisbet, Jeffrey Jones,
Jack Somalot, The Foley Family, Jorge Borras, Irma
LeDuff, Lea Barak, Jo Grady Stone, Lisa Grady, Virginia
A. Kahn, Catalina Alas, Francis Mendoza, Luz Custodio,
Karina Flores, Birgit Wilmes, James Whitehead, Joyce
Masloski.
If you have a loved one or friend in our parish community who
would like a visit from a Eucharistic Minister to the Sick please
call the Parish Center.
FROM DEATH TO NEW LIFE
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of:
Maria Elena Flores, daughter of Jose y Letty Flores
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Information: Karina Villanueva (818) 998-4166
Schedule of Classes
Elementary Grades 1–5 English
Wednesday, 4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. or
Saturday, 9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Elementary Grades 1–5 Spanish
Saturday, 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Middle School Grades 6–8 English
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Special Education
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.–7:45 p.m.
Elementary and High School (Vietnamese)
Sunday, 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
RCIA
(RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS)
Curious about Catholicism and want to know more? Interested in becoming a Catholic? Would you like to receive
the Sacraments of Initiation?
Information: Bill Sparks, ext. 1012.
Inquiry Classes
Adults (English)
St. Therese of Lisieux/St. Martin de Porres Conference
Rooms
Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Adults and Youth or Teens (Spanish)
St. Therese of Lisieux/St. Martin de Porres
Conference Rooms
Friday 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Adults (Vietnamese)
St. Therese of Lisieux/St. Martin de Porres
Conference Rooms
Monday 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Youth or Teen 12-18 years (English)
Parish Center Dining Room
Two Wednesdays a month 7:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
Children 7-12 years (English)
Our Lady of La Vang Conference Room
Two Wednesdays a month 6:30 p.m. –7:30 p.m.
Children 7-12 years (Spanish)
Parish Center Dining Room
Friday 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN
Safety is an important part of summer fun
Summer is almost here. School is out, and many new opportunities for recreation and relaxation await. Maybe
you are sending your children to a music or sports camp?
Or maybe they have been invited by their friends to go
camping in the mountains or at the beach? Whatever the
situation, it is important to remember that parents have
the responsibility of controlling access that new people
will have to their children. If your child will attend a summer camp, insist that counselors or anyone else who
might have access to your children have undergone an
application process that includes a criminal background
check and reference checks. http://www.acacamps.org/
child-health-safety/child-abuse/standards
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ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER SCHOOL NEWS
E-mail: [email protected]
(818) 341-6616
For updated news and activities go to:
saintjosephtheworkerschool.net
Catholic Schools – Faith, Academics, Service
Registration for a Quality Catholic Education
If you are not enrolled in Saint Joseph the Worker School (Pre- K
through 8th Grades) we are inviting you to think of the opportunities
for your child(ren) in a Catholic School. Daily religion classes, and the
opportunity to attend Mass are important for growth in faith and
knowledge of God’s part in their life now and in the future. Besides
growing in their knowledge and practice of the Catholic Faith, they will
grow academically with the emphasis on a strong curriculum presented by experienced certified teachers. Besides the academic classes, the
students have Art, Music and P.E, which have been eliminated in some
Public Schools
Call the school for an appointment between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. for
registration information and to observe the class that you are interest
in for an appointment. You can also find registration forms on-line.
Pre-Kindergarten
SJW has two sessions of Pre-School for four-year olds: one from 8:00 to
11 :00 and the other from 11:45 to 2:45. The sessions are academic,
and have been successful during the past fourteen years of preparing
students for Kindergarten. Day Care is available from 7:00 to 11:45 and
from 2:45 to 6:00. Come and visit and you will see the classes in session. Apply now for next year to reserve a place.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 2015-2016
Registration for our program will be on Mondays – Thursdays from
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. until June 17. The Religious Education office
will be closed from Thursday, June 18 to Sunday, June 28. There will
be not registration during these dates.
The following documents are needed to register your child:
∗
Baptism certificate – original
∗
Birth certificate – copy or original
∗
Wallet size picture of your child
∗
Half or full tuition fee (second half is due by September 30)
Tuition fees for new families:
∗
$ 70 x 1 child
∗
$ 105 x 2 children
∗
$130 x 3 children (siblings only)
Visit us on the parish website for additional information.
Forming now… Vacation Bible Youth Team
A special invitation to you! High school and Confirmation students are
invited to participate as team members for our VACATION BIBLE CAMP
2015 “SONLAB Sparks”
If you are 15 years or older and have participated in past camps or are
new, and would like to work with the team, give us a call at (818) 9984166. You will have fun and can earn service hours! Sign up, now!
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PARISH LIFE
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to all the students and their families who celebrated
their First Holy Communion during the month of May.
Our parish rejocies and celebrates with you!
Mackenzie Arand
Bryant Aidan
Christian Canizalez
Jordan Catapia
Kendal Carmona
Gavin Carmona
Christian Corzo
Angela Cruz
Denisse Cruz
Natalia Cruz
Leila Cube
Chelsea Fabregas
Leon Fauni
Carleigh Flores
Reese Galloway
Anthony Garcia
Alex Gomez
Jacob Guerrero
Jeremy Guerrero
Carlos Hernandez
Danica Jacutin
Kimberly Maldonado
Ngo Kaylan
Kimberly Ocampo
Klaire Paulino
Damne Rivera
Diego Rivera
Maileia Rivera
Luis Rojas
Samuel Soto
Liliana Spissman
Tristan Surreida
Isabella Torres
Tran Thuyan
Abigail Valencia
Tiffany Velasquez
Sean Yamashiro
Pablo Aguilar
Cristian Alcala
Isabel Alejandro
Kendall Carmona
Gavin Carmona
Danielle Castaneda
Denisse Cruz
Dahlia Delgadillo
Luke I. Elepano
Thais Fabian
Victoria Gonzalez
Angel Jimenez
Leslie Juarez
Ray Astorga
Kattie Lopez
Alexis Lozano
Robert Miramontes
Laura Montes
Jimuel Natividad
Alexa Nunez
Amy Peña
Melinda Ramos
Diego Ramos
Kaylen Rivera
Ronny Rodriguez
Emilia Rodriguez
Alexa Salcedo
Jaylin Salcedo
Jayden Singson
Jessica Tapia
Lizeth P. Tapia
Gerardo Tapia
Jose Tapia
Leila R. Trejo
Ralh Adra
Ashley Aguilar
Aaron Ambrosio
Samantha Ambrosio
Isaac Arellano
Simon Ray Astorga
Ernesto Avalos
Beira Boyso
Rayesean Cajot
Reginald Cajot
Brianna Canales
Cesar Canales
Angela Carranza
Giselle Carranza
Jocelyn Cordon
Victoray Coronado
Dahlia Delgadilo
Isabella Dowgiallo
Christopher Escobar
Derek Escobar
Alicia Ferreyra
Katie Ferreyra
Kelly Ferreyra
Valery Flores
Hailey V. Flores
Salma Flores
Anderson Flores
Damian Y. Fuentes
Joseph Garcia
Joaquin Gomez
Sofia Gomez
Ramiro Guzman
Ryan Guzman
Makayla Hernandez
Jeric S. Inouye
Andrew E. Iraheta
Guadalupe Ibanez
Pedro J. Jacobo
Daisy Juarez
Kevin Lares
Evee Leiva
Iliana Loera
Adrian Loera
Jose Maldonado
Vincent Mancia
Ethan Mancia
Angelina Marcoux
Brandon Martinez
Alejandra Mendoza
Alondra Montano
Andrew Murillo
Mikaella Navarro
Joshua Nguyen
Aaron Padilla
Andrea Padilla
Bryon D. Palencia
Alex Partida
Jazmine Picado
Lydia Picado
Jared Picado
Elida Pena
Nicolas Perez
Sebastian Perez
Omar Quezada
Audrey Ramirez
Enrique Rangel
Nico Rangel
Angelique Rangel
Rebecca Rangel
Yanxi Rodriguez
Placido Rodriguez
Savina Rodriguez
Angel Saldivar
Marysol Sandoval
Britney Tolentino
Mya M. Torres
Meztli Toxtle
Arianna Vasquez
Evan Venegas
Adriana Villacana
Leonel Villanueva
Adam Waishwile
Brianna Zuniga
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IN THE COMMUNITY
PREGNANCY COUNSELING CENTER
Are you interested in being a volunteer at the Pregnancy
Counseling Center? Do you have an ear for listening? Do
you have a compassionate heart to being a counselor to
“our moms”? Nurses are needed. Would you be interested in helping out with our mailings or Baby Bottle
Drives? Our next training session will be in the Spring.
For more information or if you have any questions please
call Edy Bernal at (818) 895-2500 or email at
[email protected]
VALLEY FAMILY CENTER
Valley Family Center is located in the city of San Fernando. All services are in English and Spanish. Counseling
services include: Marriage, family and child. Special
groups: Teen girls, children 5 - 12, children of divorced
couples, victims of abuse, children’s bereavement group,
parenting educational classes, domestic violence perpetrator groups (as needed) Learning Center: tutorial, basic
skill building for children and teens. Sliding scale fees.
Call to make an appointment (818) 365-8588.
REDISCOVER YOUR MARRIAGE
Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi with a long i) simply
means 'rediscovery'. The program offers the chance to
rediscover yourself, your spouse, and a loving relationship in your marriage. For confidential information call
(661) 257-7980 or email: [email protected]
or visit the web site at www.HelpOurMarriage.com
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Your love as husband and wife is a gift to one another as
well as a gift from God. Attend a Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekend to receive the tools needed to make
the most of this precious gift. Deepen your communication, strengthen your relationship, rekindle your romance
-and renew your sacrament by attending the next WWME
weekend June 27-28 at St. Jude In Westlake Village or
July 10-12 In Chatsworth. Contact Jeanine and Russ
Walker at 805-648-4244 or go online
at www.twocanlove.org. We help make good marriages
better.
RESPECT LIFE
Crisis Pregnancy Hotline (800) 973-7334
Abortion Recovery Help (877) 467-3463;
www.rachelsvineyard.org
Angels Way Maternity Home (818) 346-2229
REACHING TOGETHER
A monthly social gathering offered the second Tuesday of
each month to the blind and visually impaired There is
no charge to attend. Canoga Park Lutheran Church (Bible
Study room) 7357 Jordan Ave, Canoga Park, Ca 91303.
If you have any questions please call (818) 348-5714.
Lunch will be served with entertainment and brief devotions. Caregivers are also welcome.
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: 2 Cor 1:1-7; Sal 34 (33):2-9; Mt 5:1-12
Martes: 2 Cor 1:18-22; Sal 119 (118):129-133, 135;
Mt 5:13-16
Miércoles: 2 Cor 3:4-11; Sal 99 (98):5-9; Mt 5:17-19
Jueves: Hch 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Sal 85 (84):9ab, 10-14;
Mt 5:20-26
Viernes: Os 11:1, 3-4, 8c-9; Is 12:2-6; Ef 3:8-12, 14-19;
Jn 19:31-37
Sábado: 2 Cor 5:14-21; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 9-12; Mt 5:33
-37 ó para la Memoria del Inmaculado Corazón, Is 61:911; 1 Sam 2:1, 4-8abcd; Lc 2:41-51
Domingo: Ez 17:22-24; Sal 92 (91):2-3, 13-16; 2 Cor
5:6-10; Mc 4:26-34
PROTEGIENDO A LOS NIÑOS
La seguridad de los niños es un factor importante
durante el verano
El verano ya casi está aquí. La escuela está casi terminando, y habrá muchas nuevas oportunidades para la
recreación y la relajación. ¿Quizás van mandar a sus
hijos a campamentos de música o deporte? ¿O quizás
han sido invitados por sus amigos a ir a acampar a las
montañas o a la playa? Sea cual sea la situación, es
importante recordar que los padres siguen teniendo la
responsabilidad de tener control sobre las nuevas personas que se relacionen con sus hijos. Si sus hijos van a
participar de algún campamento de verano, asegúrense
de que los consejeros o cualquier persona que entre en
contacto con ellos hayan pasado por un proceso que
incluya una investigación criminal de sus antecedentes
así como referencias. Para obtener más información y
consejos visite: http://www.acacamps.org/child-healthsafety/child-abuse/standards
St. Joseph the Worker
VIDA PARROQUIAL
NOTICIAS DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
Felicitaciones a todos los estudiantes y sus familias en la celebración
del Sacramento de la Santa Eucaristía el pasado 9 de mayo. ¡Nuestra
parroquia se regocija y celebra con todos ustedes!
Andy Abrego
Gerardo Abrego
Jason Alvarez
Martha E. Alvarez
Dilan Alvarado
Faviola Arciniega
Brandon Becerra
Xavier Becerra
Denise A. Campos
Mario Castillo
Mallelis Castillo
Osvaldo Carrillo
Joselyn Chavez
Sheily M. Chavez
Jesus A. Chavez
Sarita Cortez
Danny Damian Pineda
Crystal De La Rosa
Ingrith De La Cruz
Sarai De La Cruz
Nayeli Duron
Maria G. Esquivel
Ricardo Flores
Jesus Gonzalez
Susana Gonzalez
Ashley Guardado
Christian Guevara
Arianna Gutierrez
Mia A. Gutierrez
Leonardo Haro
Adan Damian Haro
Valeria N. Jimenez
Diego Lopez
Eduardo Lopez
Andrew Lorente
Francisco J. Madero
Marvin Mejia
Yesica Mejia
Adamaris Moreno
Joel Adrian Moreno
Ashley Munoz C.
Stephany Navarrete
Victor A. Orellana
Dulce Ornelas
Angel Perez
Angelica J. Perez
Liliana Ramirez
Bianca Ramos
Gustavo Rangel
Angel Alexis Revelo
Gissel E. Revelo
Roselyn Rivas
Fernando Rodriguez
Stephanie Rodriguez
Dylan Sanchez
Rafael Sandoval
Rodolfo Sandoval
Rozele Soto
Brianna Tajimaroa
Oscar Villalobos Jr.
Richard Zamora
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
“Altísimo Señor”, un bellísimo himno tradicional canta
con asombro y maravilla la humildad de Jesucristo quien
siendo divino no sólo murió por nosotros sino que
también se hace nuestro manjar en un pedacito de pan.
Nos invita al “convite de amor” para “amar y recibir a
quien por mí, quiso morir”.
Esta espiritualidad eucarística es buena, pero sería aún
mejor recordar que el cordero divino no murió sólo por
mí, sino por “nosotros”. El cristiano es cristiano en la
medida que se relaciona en la Iglesia, la gran familia de
Dios. El Cuerpo de Cristo se forma no sólo de granos de
trigo sino de hombres y mujeres bautizadas. Su cuerpo
no se encuentra sólo en un altar sino en los cristianos
unidos para la misa. El cuerpo de Cristo está en la hostia
pero también se encuentra en todo creyente. Abre los
ojos y, con asombro y maravilla, verás a Jesucristo en
nuestra unión de fe. Jesús está tan presente en la Iglesia
como en sus tabernáculos y sagrarios. Juntos somos el
pan de la vida que da gracia y virtud, alegría y salud.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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www.sjwchurch.com
St. Joseph the Worker
WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S A WAY
St. Joseph the Worker is a special place, where we are
touched daily by God’s presence among us. Rooted in
the legacy of our founding parishioners, we have become
the dynamic faith community we cherish today. A gift to
the future of our parish will support its spiritual richness
and many good works for generations to come.
Please remember St. Joseph the Worker in your will or
trust. To learn more about planned giving opportunities
that can benefit St. Joseph the Worker, please contact
the Parish Center or H. Richard Closson, Director, Trust
and Estate Programs. Archdiocese of Los Angeles: (213)
637-7472; [email protected];
www.estateplanning.com/trustsacc.
To make a gift: Our correct legal title is: The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles, A Corporation Sole, for
the benefit of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church
PARISH REGISTRATION
To promote a spirit of belonging, we encourage all who
worship here to become registered parishioners. Having
registered makes the process much easier when it is
time for infant baptism, school or religious education
enrollment, weddings, when asked to be a baptismal or
confirmation sponsor, and funerals. Simply attending
Mass here does not make you a registered parishioner.
Please call or visit the Parish Center to request a registration form or complete the form online at the parish
website: www.sjwchurch.com. Also, please contact the
Parish Center if you have a new address or phone number. The staff is able to serve you better if the parish
records are accurate.
REQUESTING USE OF PARISH FACILITIES
Parish and School groups that would like to reserve any
facility in the parish must contact Angela Escobar in the
Parish Center (818) 341-6634, ext. 1003. Only rooms
reserved in advance are open. If your group needs to
cancel a reservation, please let Angela know so that the
room can be made available to another group. Also, if
your group needs a particular room arrangement, please
bring a copy of the requested floor plan to the Parish
Center a week ahead.
BULLETIN AND MASS ANNOUNCEMENTS
The deadline (strictly observed) for submission of Bulletin and Mass announcements is the previous Monday at
noon. Deliver a copy of the bulletin or Mass announcement to the Parish Center or email it to Angela Escobar:
[email protected] To submit a photo to
accompany the bulletin text, send a digital file (jpeg or
TIF), color or black/white, 300 dpi. See the front cover
for the parish mailing address and fax number. For more
information please contact Angela Escobar, (818) 3416634, ext. 1003.
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The Most Holy Trinity • May 31, 2015

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