Second Sunday of Advent - St. Joseph Catholic Church

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Second Sunday of Advent - St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Joseph Catholic Church
717 N. Bradford Avenue, Placentia, CA 92870
(714)528-1487 Fax (714)579-3791
WWW.STJOSEPHPLACENTIA.ORG
Facebook: St. Joseph Catholic Church - Placentia, CA
Second Sunday of Advent
December 6, 2015
Segundo Domingo De Adviento
6 de Diciembre de 2015
MASSES: SATURDAY VIGIL: 5:00 pm, 7:00pm (Spanish)
SUNDAYS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 am, 12:15 pm (Spanish)
and 5:00 pm
WEEKDAYS: 8:30 am Saturdays: 8:00 am
MARRIAGES: Please make an appointment with a priest six months in
advance.
CONFESSIONS: Thursdays 6:30 pm and Saturdays 3:30 pm.
INFANT BAPTISM: Register for Baptisms at the Parish Center office
two months before anticipated date.
FUNERALS: Please call the Parish Center office (x0) for assistance in
making funeral arrangements.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: The 19th of each month. Mon-Fri
BULLETIN ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS:
E-mail Only: [email protected]
Deadline is Friday, one full week ahead of desired weekend
MISAS: VIGILIA/SABADO: 5:00 PM, 7:00pm( Español)
LUNES A VIERNES: 8:30 AM SABADO: 8:00 AM
DOMINGOS: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 AM, 12:15 PM (Español)
y 5:00 PM
MATRIMONIOS: Favor de hacer una cita con un sacerdote seis meses antes de su boda.
CONFESIONES: Jueves 6:30 PM y Sábados 3:30pm.
QUINCEANERAS: Se celebran una ves al mes en grupo o privadas.
Favor de comunicarse con Eloisa Ramirez x207.
BAUTISMOS: El registro se lleva acabo en la oficina parroquial.
FUNERALES: Por favor de llamar al centro parroquial (x0) para asistencia con los arreglos para un funeral
ADORACION EUCARISTICA: El 19 de cada mes. Lun-Vie.
ARTICULOS PARA EL BOLETIN:
Enviados por correo-electrónico solamente: [email protected] Fecha límite es el Viernes, una semana
antes del fin de semana que serán publicados
Horario del Centro Parroquial -Recepcionista x0
Lunes a Jueves 8:30am-8:30pm: Viernes 8:30am-12:30pm
Sábados 8:00am-12:30pm
Domingos 8:00am-2:00pm
Parish Center Hours Receptionist x0
Monday-Thursday 8:30am-8:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12:30pm
Saturday 8:00am-12:30pm Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm
Pastor
Rev. Jack Sewell x205
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206
[email protected]
Deacons
Jorge Ramirez
[email protected]
Jim Merle
[email protected]
Ken Kleckner
[email protected]
Business Manager
Michael Spillman x218
[email protected]
Assistant Business Manager/Registrar
Juanita Rodriguez x204
[email protected]
Administrative Assistant– Business/Registrar
Andreina Rodriguez x222
[email protected]
Director of Faith Formation
Paula Dougherty
x211
[email protected]
English Faith Formation (Kindergarten-5th grade)
Summer Pongetti
x210
[email protected]
Spanish Faith Formation
Eloisa Ramirez
x207
[email protected]
Liturgy (Altar Servers, EMs, Lectors, & Volunteers)
Mary Lou Juster
x221
[email protected]
Youth Minister-Middle/High School, Confirmation & LIFETEEN
Mike Arias
x209
[email protected]
Coordinator of Music Ministries
Chris Boyle
x208
[email protected]
St. Joseph School
Mrs. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org
(714)528-1794
St. Vincent De Paul
Tuesdays 3:30-6:00pm (714) 579-3700
PARISH MISSION STATEMENT
We, the Catholic community of St. Joseph, Placentia,
with the guidance of the Holy Spirit,
live the message of Jesus Christ.
As a welcoming, inclusive community,
we provide and support strong faith formation through
Eucharist, sacraments, education, stewardship and service.
Parroco
Rev. Jack Sewell x205
[email protected]
Vicario Parroquial
Rev. Miguel Hernandez x206
[email protected]
Diáconos
Jorge Ramirez
[email protected]
Jim Merle
[email protected]
Ken Kleckner
[email protected]
Gerente de Negocios
Michael Spillman x218
[email protected]
Asistente al Gerente de Negocios/Registraciones
Juanita Rodriguez x204
[email protected]
Asistente de Administracion– Negocios/Registraciones
Andreina Rodriguez x222
[email protected]
Directora de Formación de Fe (Adultos, Ingles)
Paula Dougherty
x211
[email protected]
Coordinadora-Formación de Fe en ingles de K- hasta el 5to grado
Summer Pongetti
x210
[email protected]
Coordinadora de Formación de Fe en Español
Eloisa Ramírez
x207
[email protected]
Liturgia (monaguillos, lectores, etc. & Voluntarios)
Mary Lou Juster
x221 [email protected]
Ministro de Jóvenes-Confirmación (gr. 9-12), EDGE y LIFETEEN
Mike Arias
x209
[email protected]
Coordinador de Ministerios de Música
Chris Boyle
x208
[email protected]
Escuela St. Joseph
Sra. JoAnn Telles, Principal www.sjsplacentia.org
(714)528-1794
San Vicente De Paúl
Martes de 3:30-6:00pm (714)579-3700
Misión
Nosotros, la comunidad católica de St. Joseph, Placentia,
con la guía del Espíritu Santo, vivimos el mensaje de Jesucristo.
Como una comunidad cordial, que acoge la diversidad,
proporcionamos y apoyamos una fuerte formación en la fe
por medio de la eucaristía, los sacramentos, la educación,
la corresponsabilidad y el servicio.
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December 6, 2015
PASTOR’S COLUMN
and you shall receive, seek and
you will find, knock and the door will
be opened to you.” (Matthew 7:7)
DECEMBER CONFESSIONS
“Ask
An infant knows how to ask for the most
basic of life’s needs—food and warmth. They
may not know that at the same time they are
asking for human comfort, protection, and
safety. All they know is the unidentified yet
clear needs of their new environment of life.
Children are more specific about their needs.
Now it’s not just generic food and warmth but
what kind of food, or selecting the clothes for
their warmth. Children are becoming more
aware of their environment and are forming
relationships based on their own personalities
and experiences. Teens do the same but in a
more focused growth toward independence
and identity, now being able to choose where
and how they spend their time. Adults do so
in autonomy and with full freedom of choice.
Each era of our lives has a unique way of
seeking the Lord’s protection.
The Son of God promises that what we
ask for will be given to us. God will only give
good, not evil, so these words of Jesus are of
great promise to all people. We continue to
knock at the door for peace among nations
and an end of war and violence of every kind.
We continually ask him for healing and
strength for ourselves, family, and friends in
our human frailty. We seek his wisdom and
grace in our lives that we may see his will and
follow it completely. St. Paul tells us that as
children we thought and acted as children, but
as adults we put childish ways aside. Jesus in
this passage reminds us of the eternal
goodness and providence of our loving Father
in our lives. As we continue our Advent
journey, may we grow to a more perfect belief
in Emmanuel, God-with-us, each moment of
our lives.
~Fr. Jack
Regular Confessions
Thursdays at 6:30 pm
December 3rd & 10th
Saturdays at 3:30pm
December 5th ,12th 19th and 26th
No Confessions
Thursday,
December 17, 24, 31
Additional Confessions
before Christmas
Wednesday, December 9 at 9:00 AM
Monday, December 14 at 7:00 PM
Monday, December 21 at 9:00 AM
Tuesday, December 22 at 7:00 PM
SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION
FOR ADULTS
You are never too old for the Sacrament of
Confirmation!! Our parish program to prepare
adults (19 and older) for Confirmation begins in
January. Sessions meet on Sunday evenings for
three months. The Confirmation liturgy will take
place in April, 2016. Contact Paula Dougherty in
the Parish Center for more information.
CENACLES OF PRAYER
Our Lady is calling her children to
gather into
Cenacles of Prayer. Come join us.
Every Monday 9:30-11:00am.
We need you!!
BECOMING CATHOLIC
Our parish offers year round formation seasons
for adults who would like to become members
of our Catholic Faith. Contact Paula Dougherty
in the Parish Center Office.
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Second Sunday of Advent
This Tuesday, the Solemnity of the
Immaculate Conception, Pope Francis will open
the “Holy Door” in Saint Peter’s Basilica,
symbolically opening the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
In today’s scriptures, Baruch confidently
anticipates God’s healing of the brokenness of
humanity, and Paul sees God bringing our
discernment, knowledge, and love to fulfillment.
Our experience of life and of ourselves can make
such prophecies seem wildly optimistic, even
hopelessly naïve.
Pope Francis challenges us to live this
Jubilee Year as a graced time, when God’s
mercy reawakens our enthusiasm to live our
baptismal call as gospel people, our hope
renewed and ourselves recommitted to selfless
charity. Notice that in Luke’s Gospel today, God
bypasses the religious elite and politically
powerful to speak to a humble believer in the
barren desert the saving word that will transform
history. So God’s mercy continues to accomplish
humanity’s salvation in
and through ordinary,
flawed, and least likely
instruments—even us.
Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Tuesday:
Is 35:1-10; Ps 85:9-14; Lk 5:17-26
Gn 3:9-15, 20; Ps 98:1-4; Eph 1:3-6,
11 -12; Lk 1:26-38
Wednesday: Is 40:25-31; Ps 103:1-4, 8, 10; Mt
11:28-30
Thursday: Is 41:13-20; Ps 145:1, 9-13ab;
Mt 11:11-15
Friday:
Is 48:17-19; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19
Saturday: Zec 2:14-17 or Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a,
10ab; Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lk 1:26-38 or
Lk 1:39-47, or any readings from the
Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
nos. 707-712
Sunday:
Zep 3:14-18a; Is 12:2-3, 4, 5-6;
Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18
December 6, 2015
YEAR OF MERCY
ADVENT REFLECTION
The Jubilee Year of Mercy begins this
week. “Merciful Like The Father” is the
theme for this worldwide Catholic event.
You are invited to take some time out of
your hectic December schedule to reflect
on the Compassion of Jesus with Paula
Dougherty on
Tuesday, December 15 at 7:00 PM
or on
Wednesday, December 16 at 9:00 AM.
Sessions meet in room 1&2 upstairs in
the Parish Center. Bring a bible.
NEXT SUNDAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Shout for joy! Sing joyfully! Be
glad and exult! The LORD, your God, is in your
midst, a mighty savior (Zephaniah 3:14-18a).
Psalm — Cry out with joy and gladness: for among
you is the great and Holy One of Israel (Isaiah 12).
Second Reading — Rejoice! The Lord is near.
Make your requests known to God
(Philippians 4:4-7).
Gospel — John tells his hearers to share their
possessions with the needy; be honest; do not
threaten or accuse others falsely (Luke 3:10-18).
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.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVATIONS
Sunday:
Second Sunday of Advent;
Hanukkah begins
Monday: St. Ambrose;
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Tuesday: The Immaculate Conception of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
Wednesday: St. Juan Diego
Friday:
St. Damasus I
Saturday: Our Lady of Guadalupe
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December 6, 2015
INFANT BAPTISMS
Youth Ministry
Confirmation 1
Primer Año de Confirmación
Monday Class/Clase de Lunes: January 4
Wednesday Class/ Clase de Miércoles:
January 6
Confirmation 2
Segundo Año de Confirmación
The next Baptism workshop dates are:
Thursday, January 7 &
Thursday, February 4th in Hall C.
For more information about the
process to baptize visit our website at
www.stjosephplacentia.org
To confirm date for your child’s baptism, all
requirements must be met, at least 10 days prior to
the date of baptism.
Monday Class/Clase de Lunes: January 11
Wednesday Class/ Clase de Miércoles:
January 13
Edge (Mondays/Lunes)
December 7– Mama Says– Night on Mary
LIFENIGHT(Sunday/Domingo)
December 6– The Fallen Ones
December 13– Christmas Party!
St. Joseph’s Parish
Men’s Weekend Retreat
January 15th through the 17th are the dates
for this year’s Men’s Retreat at Mater Dolorosa
Retreat Center in the beautiful Sierra Madre
foothills. Start the new year right. The Theme
this year is
"No Greater Love"
Friday Night Game Night
January 22nd
Please contact Mike Arias
for more information (714) 528-1487 ext 209
or email at [email protected]
Over 70 parish men enjoyed last year’s
retreat. Ask a brother, father, son or cousin to
attend with you. A $50 deposit is required to
reserve your room. To experience a personal
and spiritually uplifting discussion with God on
the weekend, please call for information and
reservations:
Tom Woore
714-996-3478
Join our Parish Music Ministries
Sing? _________
SHARE YOUR TALENT!
Play Instrument?_________
Don’t sing or play? _______
(Need help with setup and take down)
Name _________________________________________
Phone and/or email ___________________________________
Cut out and place this insert in the collection basket OR bring to Parish Center Office
OR contact Chris Boyle at stjosephplacentia.org 714-528-1487 x208
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December 6, 2015
Mass Intentions /
Intenciones De Misas
Saturday/Sábado 12/05
8:00am– Lupe Talamantez RIP
5:00pm– Alexander Heatherley RIP
7:00pm– Lydia Rodriguez, RIP
Sunday/Domingo 12/06
7:15 am– Norman Noss RIP
8:45 am– Brian Klepadlo RIP
10:30am– Charles Richard Farris RIP
12:15pm– Rosenda Luna RIP
5:00pm– For the Parish
Monday/Lunes 12/07
8:30 am– Alice & James Dailey RIP
7:00 pm- Salvador y Teresa Estrada RIP
Tuesday/Martes 12/08 Immaculate Conception–
Students attending
6:30am- Jeff Long RIP
8:30 am– Louis Lanza RIP
7:00pm- Robert Delaney SP-Int
Wednesday/Miércoles 12/09
8:30am –Leo Janowiak RIP
Thursday/Jueves 12/10
8:30 am– Multiple Intentions
Anthony Ma RIP
Francisco Dahao RIP
Concepcion Tepzon RIP
Maiquez Family SP-INT
Eriberto Gian RIP
Friday/Viernes 12/11
8:30am—Maria Concepcion Hernandez RIP
Saturday/Sábado 12/12
5:30am– Hilario y Maria Valeria SP–INT
8:00am– Leean Gill SP-INT
5:00pm- Donna Gill RIP
7:00pm– Roberto & Maria Rodriguez SP-INT
Sunday/Domingo 12/13
7:15 am– For the Parish
8:45 am– Olga Gomez RIP
10:30am– Mary Bernal RIP
12:15pm– Rosenda Luna RIP
5:00pm– Thomas Andrew Hernandez SP-INT
RIP=Rest In Peace
Sp Int=Special Intention
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK
OREMOS POR LOS ENFERMOS
Concordia Cabero
Leoncia Peyton
Teresa Avina
Pamela Dietrich
Cui Tran
Milo Jamilosa
Amber Rodriguez
Javier Duran
Dee Allevato
Theresa Greenwood
Baby Bruce Oscar Flores
Noah Jesus Maldondado
Josefina Flores
Marilyn Santiago
Maria Serrano
Miguelito Carrera
Andrea de Marco
Nellie Santos
Connie Ortiz
Corazon Kikunaga
William Rossi
Karley Yorba
Ken Renaud
Jim Dinsmore
Peggy Dinsmore
Jon Lopez
Marilyn Crow
Katie Lunsford
Baby Max
William Peterson Jr.
Lou Rodriguez
James Fournier
Travis Lunsford
Judy Alonso
Raymond De Avila
Ed McCormick
Alan Mendez
Calendar-Calendario
Sunday/Domingo 12/06
Children’s Liturgy of the Word
RCIA Dismissal
Sunday Preschool
Faith Formation
Breaking the Silence
LIFETEEN
Iluminate!
8:00 am Hall C
8:00 am MR 3&4
8:45am/10:30am SR 9
10:00amHallA&B/R1&2
3:30 pm Hall A-C
6:15 pm Hall A-C
6:30 pm MR 3&4
Monday/Lunes 12/07
Cenacle
9:30 am Hall C
Faith Formation
6:00 pm SRs
Grupo de Oracion
6:30 pm Lunch Tables
Confirmation 2
7:00 pm YC
Edge
7:00 pmHall A,B,C,K
Adult Catechumenate
7:00 pm MR 1&2
Grupo de Jovenes
7:00 pm MR 3&4
Immaculate Conception Vigil Mass 7:00 pm Church
Tuesday/Martes 12/08
St. Vincent de Paul
3:30 pm
Faith Formation
6:00 pm
GDO Mesa Directiva
7:00 pm
RICA
7:00 pm
Knights of Columbus
7:00 pm
Immaculate Conception B/L Mass7:00 pm
SVDP
SR
Hall B
MR 3&4
Hall A & K
Church
Wednesday/Miércoles 12/09
Confessions
Encuentro Matromonial
Confirmation 2
9:00 am Church
7:00 pm Hall C
7:00 pm SR,YC,MR1-4
Thursday/Jueves 12/10
Vespers
Spanish Faith Formation
Confessions
Grupo de Jovenes
4:00 pm
6:00 pm
6:30 pm
7:00 pm
Friday/Viernes 12/11
Divine Mercy
RICA
Spanish Faith Formation
Saturday/Sábado 12/12
OLG Mañanitas
OLG Sp. Mass
Music Ministry
Spanish Baptisms
Confessions
Despidida de Catecumenos
Church
SR
Church
Hall C
2:30 pm Church
6:00 pm MR 1-4
6:00 pm SR
5:00 am Court Yard
5:30 am Church
9:00 am MR 3&4
12:00 pm Church
3:30 pm Church
7:20 pm MR 1&2
YC=Youth Center SR=School Room H=Hall MR= Meeting Rooms PC=Parish
Center Ch=Church
PRAY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DIED
OREMOS POR LOS QUE HAN MUERTO
Grace Reilly
Onesimo Cruz
Steve Chavez
Esteban Sandoval
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December 6, 2015
Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the
Blessed Virgin Mary
COOKIES, CRAFTS, AND
CHEER!
Monday, December 7, 2015
Vigil Mass: 7:00 pm
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Mass Times: 6:30 am, 8:30 am,
7:00 pm (bilingual)
St. Joseph School will be celebrating an annual
craft fair event for the SJS Families on
Today is about Mary’s conception. Mary was created by God without
the inheritance of original sin. She is full of grace. This is why she is
called the Immaculate Conception.
Jesus was conceived through the power of the
Holy Spirit– this is called the virgin birth.
Elizabeth, too, experiences a miracle when she
becomes pregnant in spite of her old age.
These miracles can encourage us to strong,
hope-filled faith.
In order to make this event possible, we are in need
of crafters!
TOYS FOR TOTS!
We join with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve to
collect new, unwrapped toys during this month.
The toys will help children throughout the
United States experience the joy of Christmas.
Please leave your donations at the exits of
the church or the Parish Center Office.
Friday, December 11th
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm in the SJS Courtyard.
But, WE NEED YOUR HELP!
If you know of any talented person who would like to
sell at our Cookies, Crafts, and Cheer event…
Please call the school office at 714-528-1794
or email @ [email protected]
for further information
For more information about these and other events, visit the School’s website:
http://www.sjsplacentia.org
Diocesan & Outside of Parish
Events/News
St. Joseph School News
UPCOMING EVENTS:
Sunday, December 6th
Walk Now For Autism at
Angel Stadium
Tuesday, December 8th
Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Mass
"Show me thy ways, O Lord; teach me thy
paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me."
Psalm 25:4-5
SHOP WITH SCRIP.COM
The SCRIP program sells a huge variety of
restaurant, grocery/warehouse and specialty
stores for gift giving or for every day needs. SCRIP
is a truly COST-FREE way of supporting St.
Joseph Catholic School. Call the school office at
714-528-1794 for more information.
PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND
Chaplain: Father Eamon O'Gorman, Assistant Wendy
Hart Tuesday, February 23 - Thursday, March 3, 2016
Non-Stop Flight by El Al from LAX to Tel Aviv Price:
$2,795.00 per person includes Airline Taxes, Tips and
Gratuities to Guide/Driver/Hotel Porters.
For more information and
reservation, please contact: Gaby &
Yoka Koo at
Saint Joseph Catholic Books & Gifts
2829 West Lincoln Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92801
(714)226-9267 or (714)397-0757
ADORATION
24/7 Adoration Going Strong at St Martin de Porres!
St Martin de Porres Perpetual Adoration has taken off
and many people are receiving abundant graces. We are
still looking for souls willing to commit an hour to Our
Lord as we continue after Lent and into the season of the
Risen Lord! Please log in to our website link
www.smdpyl.org, and click on "quick access", email us at
[email protected] or call us at 657.888.4631 to sign
up for an hour. He's waiting for you!!
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6 de Diciembre de 2015
Columna del Párroco
“Pedid, y se os dará; buscad, y hallaréis; llamad, y se os abrirá” (Mateo 7:7 )
Un bebé sabe cómo pedir las más básicas necesidades como alimentos y calor. Tal vez no
saben que, al mismo tiempo también están pidiendo la comodidad humana, la protección y la
seguridad. Todo lo que saben son las necesidades que aún no han sido identificadas claramente
en su nuevo ambiente de vida. Los niños son más específicos acerca de sus necesidades. Ahora
no se trata sólo de alimentos genéricos y calidez, pero qué tipo de comida y que tipo de ropa
seleccionan para su calidez. Los niños son cada vez más conscientes de su entorno y están
formando relaciones basadas en sus propias personalidades y experiencias. Los adolescentes
hacen lo mismo pero en un crecimiento más enfocada hacia la independencia y la identidad, ahora
que pueden elegir dónde y cómo pasan su tiempo. Los adultos lo hacen en autonomía y con plena
libertad de elección. Cada época de nuestra vida tiene una manera única de buscar la protección
del Señor.
El Hijo de Dios promete que lo que pedimos se nos da. Dios sólo nos da el bien, no el mal,
por lo que estas palabras de Jesús son de gran promesa a todas las personas. Seguimos a llamar
a la puerta o la paz entre las naciones y el fin de la guerra y la violencia de todo tipo.
Continuamente le pedimos por sanidad y fortaleza para nosotros mismos, la familia y amigos en
nuestra fragilidad humana. Buscamos su sabiduría y gracia en nuestras vidas para que podamos
ver su voluntad y seguir por completo. San Pablo nos dice que a medida los niños piensan y
actúan como niños, pero como adultos, dejamos a un lado las cosas de niño. Jesús en este pasaje
nos recuerda la bondad eterna y la providencia de nuestro amoroso Padre en nuestras vidas. A
medida que continuamos nuestro camino de Adviento, que podamos crecer a una creencia más
perfecta de Emmanuel, el Dios-con-nosotros, cada momento de nuestras vidas.
~Padre Jack
CELEBRACION DE
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE GUADALUPE
Diciembre 12, 2015
Sábado
5:00am Mañanitas en la Iglesia
5:30am Misa con Mariachi
6:30am Recepción
Café, Chocolate, y
Pan Dulce
Salón de la Parroquia
------------------7:00pm Misa en Español
(Como todo los sábados)
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Segundo Domingo de Adviento
Este martes es la Solemnidad de la
Inmaculada Concepción, y será el día en que el Papa
Francisco abra la “Puerta Santa” en la Basílica de San
Pedro, simbólicamente abriendo el Año Jubilar de la
Misericordia. En las Escritura de hoy, Baruc
confiadamente anticipa la sanación que Dios hace de
la desesperanza de la humanidad y Pablo ve a Dios
llevar a su cumplimiento nuestro discernimiento,
conocimiento y amor. Desde nuestra experiencia de
vida y de nosotros podemos hacer que esas profecías
parezcan muy optimistas aunque irremediablemente
ingenuas.
El Papa Francisco nos desafía a vivir este Año
Jubilar como un tiempo de gracia cuando la
misericordia de Dios despierte nuestro entusiasmo
para vivir nuestra llamada bautismal como personas
del Evangelio, nuestra esperanza renovada y nosotros
vueltos a comprometer a una caridad desinteresada.
Observen que en el Evangelio de Lucas, Dios pasa de
largo a los líderes religiosos y políticos para en su
lugar hablar en el desierto estéril con un creyente
humilde la palabra salvadora que transformará la
historia. Así que la misericordia de Dios continua
realizando la salvación de la humanidad en y por
medio de instrumentos
ordinarios e imperfectos, ¡aún
nosotros mismos!
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
LECTURAS DEL PROXIMO DOMINGO
Primera lectura — ¡Canta! ¡Da gritos de júbilo!
¡Gózate y regocíjate! El Señor tu Dios está entre
ustedes y es un poderoso salvador (Sofonías
3:14-18a).
Salmo — El Señor es mi Dios y salvador (Isaías
12).
Segunda lectura — ¡Alégrense! El Señor está
cerca. Presenten sus peticiones a Dios
(Filipenses 4:4-7).
Evangelio—Juan dice a sus oyentes que
compartan sus posesiones con los necesitados;
que sean honrados; que no amenacen ni acusen
a otros injustamente
(Lucas 3:10-18).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la
Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.
6 de Diciembre de 2015
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Is 35:1-10; Sal 85 (84):9-14; Lc 5:1726
Martes: Gén 3:9-15, 20; Sal 98 (97):1-4;
Ef 1:3-6, 11-12; Lc 1:26-38
Miércoles: Is 40:25-31; Sal 103 (102):1-4, 8,
10; Mt 11:28-30
Jueves: Is 41:13-20; Sal 145:1, 9-13ab; Mt
11:11-15
Viernes: Is 48:17-19; Sal 1:1-4, 6; Mt 11:16-19
Sábado: Zac 2:14-17 o Ap 11:19a; 12:1-6a,
10ab; Jdt 13:18bcde, 19; Lc 1:26-38 o
Lc 1:39-47, o cualquier lectura del Co
mún de la Santísima María Virgen
Domingo: Sof 3:14-18a; Is 12:2-3, 4, 5-6;
Fil 4:4-7; Lc 3:10-18
SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Segundo Domingo de Adviento;
Januká comienza al atardecer
Lunes: San Ambrosio;
Día para Recordar Pearl Harbor
Martes: La Inmaculada Concepción de
la Virgen María
Miércoles: San Juan Diego
Viernes: San Dámaso I
Sábado: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
CONFESSIONS EN DICIEMBRE
No Hay Confesiones
El jueves
17 de diciembre, 24, y el
31
Mas confesiones antes
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Miercoles, 9 de diciembre a las 9:00 am
Lunes, 14 de diciembre a las 7:00 pm
Lunes, 21 de diciembre a las 9:00 am
Martes, 22 de diciembre a las 7:00pm
Page Ten
6 de Diciembre de 2015
La Solemnidad de la Inmaculada Concepcion de
la Virgen Maria
Lunes, 7 de Diciembre, 2015
Vigila a las 7:00 pm (en inglés)
Martes, 8 de Diciembre, 2015
Horarios de Misas: 6:30 am;
8:30 am, 7:00 pm (bilingüe)
Hoy vemos acerca de la concepción de María. María fue creado por Dios sin la herencia del pecado original. Ella es la llena
de gracia. Es por esto que se llama la
Inmaculada Concepción. Jesús fue concebido por el poder del Espíritu Santoesto se llama el nacimiento virginal.
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