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St. Agnes Catholic Church
St. Agnes Catholic Church
100 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Rev. Juan Carlos Paguaga, Pastor
Rev. Julio Solano, Parochial Vicar
Phone: (305) 361-2351
Fax: (305) 361-8514
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.stakb.org
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Mon. - Fri.
BAPTISMS: 2nd Sunday in Spanish; 4th Sunday in English. Call Parish Office ONE month in advance.
MARRIAGES: Arrangements must be made SIX months
in advance.
CATECHESIS - C.C.D.
DRE: Sr. Maria Andrea Oliver, SCTJM
Phone: 305-361-1378
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 5:30 PM
Sunday:
8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM,
and 6:00 PM - English
1:00 PM and 7:30 PM - Spanish
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon - English
6:30 PM - Spanish
Saturday 8:00 AM - English
CONFESSIONS
Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM and 4:00-5:00 PM
Also by appointment
BLESSED
SACRAMENT
CHAPEL
ST. AGNES ACADEMY
Principal: Mrs. Susana T. Rivera
• PK-3 through 8th Grade •
122 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, FL
Phone: 305-361-3245
Web Site: www.stakb.org
Perpetual Adoration
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Email: [email protected]
Blessed Sacrament
Benediction
Wednesday 7:45 PM
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FROM 06-04-2016 TO 06-11-2016
Day
Saturday
Sunday
Time
5:30 PM
8:30 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
The collection information for
5/29/2016 was not available at the time
of this printing, but will be provided
in next week’s bulletin. Thank you!
Intentions
† Carlos Manuel Icaza
For vocations increased to Sisters of
St. Joseph, Florida
Parishioners of St. Agnes
† Carolina Arboleda
Arboleda Family (intentions)
† Víctor Pantin
† Alberto Renaud
† Bernardo Acebal Álvarez
Living and Deceased Members R. Johnson Family
Thanksgiving Julio and Terina Paniagua
(68 wedding anniversary)
† Juan Verswyvel / † Paul Hoffmann
† Souls in Purgatory
Buzanelli Family (intentions)
† Ildefonso Ferrer
† Miguel del Rio Garcia
†Andrés Tovar
†† Alicia González and Graciella Torres
† José Gattamorta
† Souls in Purgatory
† Andrés Tovar
Parishioners of St. Agnes
† Francisco Isla
8:00 AM
Parishioners of St. Agnes
June 5, 2016
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Elijah revives the son of a widow.
(1 Kings 17:17-24).
Psalm — I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me
(Psalm 30).
Second Reading — Paul explains God’s call to him to
preach to the Gentiles (Galatians 1:11-19).
Gospel — Jesus raises from the dead the son of a widow in
the city of Nain (Luke 7:11-17).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Parishioners of St. Agnes
1 Kgs 17:1-6; Ps 121:1bc-8; Mt 5:1-12
1 Kgs 17:7-16; Ps 4:2-5, 7b-8; Mt 5:13-16
1 Kgs 18:20-39; Ps 16:1b-2ab, 4, 5ab, 8, 11; Mt 5:17-19
1 Kgs 18:41-46; Ps 65:10-13; Mt 5:20-26
1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-16; Ps 27:7-9abc, 13-14; Mt 5:27-32
Acts 11:21b-26; 13:1-3; Ps 16:1b-2a, 5, 7-10; Mt 5:33-37
2 Sm 12:7-10, 13; Ps 32:1-2, 5, 7, 11;
Gal 2:16, 19-21; Lk 7:36 — 8:3 [7:36-50]
Parishioners of St. Agnes
THE HOLY YEAR OF MERCY
Half the liturgical year 2016 is completed after six months of extraordinary celebrations. The Incarnation
mystery: Jesus’ advent, nativity, epiphany; The Paschal mystery: Jesus’ passion, death, resurrection,
Pentecost’s Holy Spirit; The solemnities of Holy Trinity and Jesus’ Body and Blood. Today the Church
resumes Sundays in Ordinary Time, but with a Gospel of extraordinary mercy: Jesus raises a dead man to
life. Yet the one who benefits most from his extraordinary mercy is not the dead son but his widowed
mother. With her husband and only son deceased, this woman’s material support, in that patriarchal
society, had vanished. So had her emotional support, leaving her helpless, abandoned, on society’s
“peripheries.” One of Pope Francis’ hopes in calling this Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy is to
transform us into more extraordinary Christians, by making our caring outreach to just such vulnerable people, and our
practical self-sacrificing love for them, our ordinary, daily, Christian way of life! —Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
Activities
Date
Place
Time
Sunday
05
Buen Pastor-English Program
Baptisms - Caesar / Guggenthaler
Pastoral Center
Church
Monday
06
Rosary Altar Society - Rosary
Baptismal Talk
Church
Pastoral Center 401
Tuesday
07
Rosary
Rosario Comunitario
N.A.
Chapel
Church
Parish Hall
Blessed Sacrament Benediction
Men’s Emmaus Meeting
Catechism
Chapel
Pastoral Center 401
St. Agnes Academy
07:45 PM
08:00 PM
04:30 PM - 06:00 PM
Rosary for Missing People
Talleres de Oración y Vida
Holy Hour
Grupo de Oración “Madre de Dios”
Chapel
Chapel
Parish Hall
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
07:00 PM
08:00 PM
07:30 PM
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
Eucharistic Cenacles
Chapel
Church
03:00 PM
07:30 PM
Confessions
Confessions
Church
Church
Wednesday
08
Thursday
09
Friday
10
Saturday
11
Pastoral Center 403
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:15 PM
05:45 PM - 06:20 PM
08:00 PM - 09:00 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
07:00 PM
08:00 PM - 09:00 PM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
MASS SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER
Beginning on Sunday,
June 12th, through August 21st, 2016,
Sunday Mass schedule as follows:
9:00 AM, 11:00 AM & 6:00 PM (English)
1:00 PM & 7:30 PM (Spanish)
The Saturday Masses will continue
as always at 8:00 AM and 5:30 PM.
The weekday Masses will remain
the same: 8:00 AM; 12:00 PM
(English) and 6:30 PM (Spanish).
On Sunday, August 28th, we will
return to the regular schedule.
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SECOND COLLECTION OF
JUNE 5th FOR THE CATHOLIC
CHURCH IN CENTRAL AND
EASTERN EUROPE
Our contribution to this annual collection
supports religious and moral education, restoration of
churches, seminaries and convents, religious
communications. Please support with your generosity the
Church that for many years has been suffering under the
persecution of the Communist system.
June 5, 2016
YOUTH MINISTRY NEWS:
MIDDLE SCHOOLERS: Sunday, June 19th is
our FINAL ‘Helping the Homeless Sandwich
Making Ministry’ of this season. It is at 2:00
PM in Albertson Hall. Help us help those less
fortunate. School’s out — no excuses!!
HIGH SCHOOL MINISTRY: Regular Wednesday
gatherings on June 1st and June 8th. These
are the final two meetings for this season!!
Incoming 9th Graders are welcome to join us at
these final two meetings. Invite friends!
IT’S HERE: High School Ministry KICK OFF TO
SUMMER Event!! This Friday, June 10th 7:0010:00 P.M. in the St. Agnes Auditorium. Join
FATHER’S DAY
us as Lance Benson wows us with a
message of hope for all, followed by
NOVENA of MASSES
music, food, friendship and fun.
We will celebrate a special Novena
In “Walking with Jesus Without Legs,”
of Masses for all fathers (living or
Lance will share his unique perspective
about perceptions, challenges and
deceased), starting Sunday, June
living a life journeying along side Jesus no
19th Father’s Day. If you want the
name of your father to be included in the Intention matter what difficulties or successes life may
of Masses, please use the special envelopes you throw your way. Listen, learn and grow in
faith!
received by mail or pick one up at the entrance of LOOK FOR MORE DETAILS IN THE CHURCH OR
the church, and bring them by Sunday, June 19th.
WRITE TO ANNMARIE AT E-MAIL BELOW.
RA
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!!
June 5
June 19
Our 9th drawing is today, June 5 at 7:00 PM! You
still have time to purchase a winning ticket for
our FINAL drawing on June 19. Order forms are
available at the Parish office. Thank you and good
luck!
ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI
OFFICE OF PLANNED GIVING
Remembering the good works of the Church
in your estate plans will help ensure they will
continue after your death. For information
on gifts of cash, securities and property, visit
us at www.adomgift.org. For more information on
what and how to give, contact the rectory or call the
Office of Planned Giving at (305) 762-1110.
For more information, e-mail: [email protected]
Instagram: stakbyg
Twitter: @stakbYG
TEXT stakbym to 84576 to stay informed!
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June 5, 2016
St. Agnes Youth Ministry successfully hosted 29 middle-schoolers on May 21st
under the leadership of 5 high school teens in a fun evening exploring God's
unending love and mercy for each of us in the Mercy Reigns Middle School
Night. Keep your faith in God's mercy strong and practice being merciful
toward others.
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June 5, 2016
ST. AGNES ACADEMY NEWS
School Mass
PK-4 Building Friendships
At a recent school
Mass, students
joyfully
participated by
bringing up the
Offertory gifts. In
addition, students in PK-3 and PK-4 came
up to receive a personal blessing.
Students in PK-4 have fun
while learning and
working as a team!
Students collaborated and
built friendships, as they
made towers with
connectors and rods, and
played a memory game.
Kindergarten Moving Up Ceremony
Science Lesson
The Kindergarten Moving Up Ceremony
was held on May 25th. The children
received their
diplomas, and
performed a
special song for
their teachers and
parents.
Mrs. Roman’s
5th grade science
class has been
studying about
the Respiratory
System. During a break, they filled their
lungs to blow ping pong balls and see
whose could go the farthest.
5th Grade Art Project
Middle School Students
In Art class, 5th grade
students are working on a
textile project. They are
stitching designs onto
burlap fabric.
St. Agnes middle
school students
are enjoying the
final weeks of the
2015-16 school
year. As this year
ends, they are looking forward to beginning
another great year at St. Agnes in August!
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Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
5 de junio, 2016
You changed my mourning into dancing; O LORD, my God,
forever will I give you thanks.
— Psalm 30:12, 13
Gospel reading Luke 11B-17
Jesus journeyed to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a large crowd accompanied him. As he
drew near to the gate of the city, a man who had died was being carried out, the only son of his
mother, and she was a widow. A large crowd from the city was with her. When the Lord saw her,
he was moved with pity for her and said to her, “Do not weep.” He stepped forward and touched
the coffin; at this the bearers halted, and he said, “Young man, I tell you, arise!” The dead man sat
up and began to speak, and Jesus gave him to his mother. Fear seized them all, and they glorified
God, exclaiming, “A great prophet has arisen in our midst,” and “God has visited his people.”
This report about him spread through the whole of Judea and in all the surrounding region.
Brief commentary
Ordinary Time is a time dedicated to the proclamation of Jesus Christ and of his Gospel about the reign of God. It is a time
devoted to the meaning and implications of following Jesus Christ; the significance of Christian discipleship. Moreover,
following the Ascension of the Lord and the gift of the Spirit at Pentecost, it is the time of witness and mission for the
Church as a whole and for each of her members. In today’s gospel we find Jesus as we often do, on a ‘journey with his
disciples and a large crowd accompanying him’. He is a “great prophet” on a mission, the apostle of the Father, the
physician who heals, and ‘God who has visited his people’. At the gate of Nain two realities meet. One is the reality of loss
and grief. A widow mourns the death of her son. She has lost those closest to her. She is joined in her mourning by friends,
neighbors, and relatives. But this is no ordinary day at Nain; for, in contrast to this sad scene, Jesus of Nazareth draws near,
and thus new possibilities emerge where all options and solutions were exhausted. He is a commanding presence with
authority that inspires hope, and even the power to raise the dead. Yet his humanity is also best expressed in moments like
these when “he is moved with pity for her.” In this gospel we have something characteristic of the mystery of Jesus’
humanity and divinity. The story of raising of Lazarus in John’s gospel is a very similar account: Jesus arrives at Bethany,
encounters mourners, feels compassion and weeps, but moments later calls the family to have faith and then raises the dead
man. We meet a daring man in today’s gospel who, contrary to the purity laws that considered the visiting of cemeteries,
touching of the dead or coffins as an impurity, “stepped forward and touched the coffin.” Here we meet a Jesus who “steps
forward” and is not hindered by social or even religious laws. Instead, he comes with great love and compassion to
encounter us in our sorrows, mourns with us, touches our sufferings, and raises us from the dead at the touch of his
compassionate hand and at command of his mighty word. Jesus is the bearer of the good news, yet, he himself is the good
news: “God has visited his people,” and because of this nothing will ever be the same, not in Nain and not in our lives.
Today Jesus comes to our gates, our towns, to our parishes, to our communities and families. He comes with mercy to meet
us in our struggles and to powerfully raise us up that we may accomplish the great works of God in the world.
Today’s reading offers three significant messages:
For our shared or personal reflection:
After a brief pause for silent reflection share your
 As we resume Ordinary Time, a time of witness answers, ideas or feelings.
and mission, we encounter Jesus on his mission to
the people, proclaiming the kingdom of God and
healing. As his disciples we too journey with him as
he continues his mission in the world in and
through the Church.
 The raising of the widow’s son is an act of Jesus’
compassion. His humanity and divinity reveal the
life-giving power of merciful love.
 God has visited us in the humanity of Jesus. He has
come to encounter us in our sufferings and to raise
us up by the power of his love.
 What Nain’s do I visit, and who are the suffering
ones I encounter with compassion?
 What barriers do I break in order to be a witness
and instrument of God’s love?
 How can I be a sign of hope in sorrowful or
desperate situations?
Suggested readings: Catechism of the Catholic Church
paragraphs 1716-29
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Décimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
5 de junio de 2016
Convertiste mi duelo en alegría te alabaré
por eso eternamente.
— Salmo 30 (29):12, 13
Evangelio Lucas 9:11-17 En aquel tiempo, iba Jesús camino de una ciudad llamada Naín, e iban con él sus discípulos y
mucho gentío. Cuando se acercaba a la entrada de la ciudad, resultó que sacaban a enterrar a un
muerto, hijo único de su madre, que era viuda; y un gentío considerable de la ciudad la
acompañaba. Al verla el Señor, le dio lástima y le dijo: “No llores.” Se acercó al ataúd, lo tocó (los
que lo llevaban se pararon) y dijo: “¡Muchacho, a ti te lo digo, levántate!” El muerto se incorporó
y empezó a hablar y Jesús se lo entregó a su madre. Todos, sobrecogidos, daban gloria a Dios,
diciendo: “Un gran Profeta ha surgido entre nosotros. Dios ha visitado a su pueblo.” La noticia
del hecho se divulgó por toda la comarca y por Judea entera.
Comentario breve
El Tiempo Ordinario es dedicado a la proclamación de Jesucristo y de su evangelio del reino de Dios. Es un tiempo
dedicado al significado e implicaciones de seguir a Jesucristo; el significado del discipulado cristiano. Por demás,
siguiendo la Ascensión del Señor y el don del Espíritu en Pentecostés, es un tiempo de dar testimonio y de misión para
toda la Iglesia y para cada uno de sus miembros. En la lectura del evangelio de hoy encontramos a Jesús como
costumbre, en ‘camino con sus discípulos y mucho gentío’. El es un “gran profeta” en misión, el apóstol del Padre, el
curador que sana, y ‘Dios que ha visitado a su pueblo’. A la entrada de Nain se encuentran dos realidades. Una es
realidad de pena y perdida. Una viuda lleva luto por su hijo. Ha perdido los más cercano a ella. Es acompañada por
amistades, vecinos y familia. Pero este no es un día ordinario en Nain; porque, en contraste a esta escena triste, Jesús de
Nazaret se aproxima y así nuevas posibilidades surgen donde todas opciones y soluciones habían sido gastadas. El es una
presencia imponente con autoridad que inspira esperanza
y con poder de restaurar la vida. Sin embargo, es su humanidad que es expresada mejor en estos momentos cuando “le
dio lastima [la mujer].” En este evangelio tenemos algo característico del misterio de la humanidad y divinidad de Jesús.
El relato de Lázaro en el evangelio de Juan contiene un ejemplo muy similar: Jesús llega a Betania, se encuentra con una
multitud en luto, siente compasión y llora, pero momentos después llama a la familia a que tengan fe y resucita al
muerto. Encontramos un hombre intrépido hoy que, al contrario de las leyes de pureza, que consideraban la visita a los
cementerios y tocar los muertos y ataúdes como impureza, “se acercó al ataúd y lo tocó.” Encontramos un Jesús que ‘se
acerca’ y no es impedido por leyes sociales ni religiosas. En vez, el viene con gran amor y compasión al encuentro de
nuestras penas, llora con nosotros, toca nuestros sufrimientos, nos levanta de la muerte al toque de su mano compasiva y
al orden de su poderosa palabra. Jesús es el portador de la buena nueva, pero, el mismo es la buena nueva: “Dios ha
visitado a su pueblo” y por lo tanto nada permanece igual, ni en Nain ni en nuestras vidas. Hoy Jesús viene a nuestras
puertas, a nuestros pueblos y parroquias, a nuestras comunidades y familias. Viene con misericordia a encontrarnos en
nuestras luchas y a poderosamente levantarnos para que cumplamos las grandes obras de Dios en el mundo.
La lectura de hoy nos presenta tres ideas importantes:
 Al resumir con el Tiempo Ordinario, un tiempo
de testimonio y misión, nos encontramos con
Jesús en su misión al pueblo, proclamando el
reino de Dios y sanando. Como sus discípulos,
también nosotros caminamos con él en su misión
actual en el mundo y a través de Iglesia. •
 La restauración del hijo de la viuda a la vida, es
un acto de la compasión de Jesús. Su humanidad
y divinidad revela el poder vivificante del amor
misericordioso. •
 Dios nos ha visitado en la humanidad de Jesús. El
ha venido a encontrarnos en nuestros
sufrimientos y a levantarnos por el poder de su
amor.
Para la reflexión comunitaria:
Después de una pausa breve para reflexionar en
silencio, comparta con otros sus ideas o sentimientos.
 ¿Cuáles son los pueblos de Nain que yo visito y
cuáles son los sufridos que yo encuentro con
compasión?
 ¿Cuáles son las barreras que yo derrumbo para
poder atestiguar el amor de Dios y ser instrumento
de su amor?
 ¿Cómo puedo ser un signo de esperanza en
situaciones de tristeza y desesperación?
Lecturas recomendadas: Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica,
párrafos 1716-29
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Décimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
SEGUNDA COLECTA EL 5 DE JUNIO
PARA AYUDAR A LA IGLESIA
CATOLICA EN LOS PAISES DE LA
EUROPA CENTRAL Y DEL ESTE
Esta Colecta ayudara a reconstruir iglesias, a cubrir
gastos en la educación religiosa y moral, atender seminarios y
conventos y mantener los medios de comunicación de la Iglesia.
Ayudemos con nuestra generosidad a los hermanos que por tantos
años sufrieron la persecución del sistema comunista.
DIA DE LOS PADRES
19 DE JUNIO DE 2016
El domingo 19 es el Día de los Padres.
También ellos merecen nuestra gratitud y
oración. A partir del 19 de junio,
iniciamos una novena especial en la
Parroquia por todos los padres, vivos y difuntos. Los
que deseen incluir sus intenciones en estas misas,
pueden utilizar los sobres especiales que recibieron
por correo. A la entrada de la Iglesia hay sobres para
estas intenciones. Por favor devolverlos el mismo día 19.
¡RI
5 de junio
FA!
19 de junio
El siguiente sorteo para la Rifa de $100,000 se llevará
a cabo este domingo, 5 de junio a las 7:00 PM!
Todavía están a tiempo para participar en el
último sorteo!! Encontrarán formularios para
ordenar el boleto en la oficina de la parroquia.
¡Gracias y buena suerte!
LA OFICINA DE DONACIONES
PLANIFICADAS
Recordar las buenas obras de la
Iglesia en sus planes de herencia
ayudará a asegurar que estas obras
continúen después de su muerte. Para
obtener información sobre donaciones de dinero en
efectivo, títulos y propiedades, visítenos en el sitio
digital www.adomgift.org. Para obtener más
información sobre qué y cómo donar, póngase en
contacto con la rectoría o llame a la Oficina de
Donaciones Planificadas al (305) 762-1110.
5 de junio de 2016
EN VERANO
CAMBIA HORARIO DE MISAS
****
A partir del domingo,
12 de junio al 21 de agosto, 2016
Horario de Misa el domingo:
9:00 AM, 11:00 AM y 6:00 PM (Ingles)
1:00 PM y 7:30 PM (Español)
Las Misas de los sábados seguirán como
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De lunes a viernes las misas seguirán en el
mismo horario: 8:00 AM y 12:00 PM (Ingles)
6:30 PM (Español)
El domingo 4 de septiembre regresaremos al
horario de siempre.
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