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Saint Joseph Catholic Church Iglesia Catolica San Jose Iglesia
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Iglesia Catolica San Jose
Welcome to Visitors & New
Members
You are welcome to worship with us at any time. If you
are new to Randolph County area, may we invite you to
register as a member of the parish? Registration forms
are available in Parking Lot Vestibule or call the office
336-629-0221
512 West Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
Ph: 336-629-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.stjoenc.org
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Para Confesarse
Saturday at 5:00pm / Wednesday at 5:30 pm or by appointment
Pueden confesarse los sábados a los 5:00pm y Miercoles a
los 5.30 pm de la tarde o puede llamar al Párrocco, para
una cita especial
Eucharistic Adoration / Adoracion Eucaristica
First Frida-
Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas
Saturday/Sábado 4:00pm English ,
6:00pm Español
Sunday/Domingo 9:00 am, 4:00 pm in English
12:00 pm en Español
Daily Masses:
Monday and Friday: 8:15am,
Wednesday: 6:00pm,
Thursday: 12:15 Holy Days: 7 pm Vigil 8:15, 12:15 & 7 pm Espanol
Holy Days: 7:00pm Vigil / 8:15am, 12:15pm,
7:00pm (Español)
Parish Staff
Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email:
[email protected]
Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary;
Maricruz Palma: Office Assistant
Colette Estes Music Coordinator
Jason Kroeger Faith Formation Coordinator (English)
Manuela Torres: Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator
Rosemary Chriscoe: Parish Council;
Scott Harris: Finance Council
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 31, 2016
Teach us to number our days aright, that we
may gain wisdom of heart.
-- Psalm 90:12
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
07/31/2016
From the desk of Father Philip
I t is important in our Catholic Spiritual Tradition that we always love Jesus above all things. The Lord wants us to be
brave and wise in our loving Him. If on account of slight difficulty we give up what we have undertaken and eagerly turn elsewhere to seek consolation, it is sign that we are lacking in these qualities of loving Jesus. The brave lover stands firm in temptations and pays no heed to the crafty persuasions of the enemy. The wise lover regards the affection of the Giver rather than the
value of the gift. He sets his beloved above all gifts. Our hearts will rest in Him who is above every gift. This is what we call focus
on the Lord.
There are times we feel less devout to the Lord than we wish. Sometimes we have a sweet feeling in our devotion to
the Lord which does not last too long. That is the effect of present grace and certain foretaste of the heavenly home. We should
not lean on it too much because it comes and goes. To fight against evil thoughts which attack us is a sign of virtue and great
merit. Always we must hold strongly to our resolution and keep a right intention toward God.
Sometimes we find rapt in ecstasy then quickly returned to the usual follies of the heart. These are evils we suffer
rather than commit. With a dislike we must struggle against them which becomes a matter of merit not a loss. We must remember that the old enemy will try by all means in his power to hinder our desire for good, to turn us from every devotional practice.
Veneration to the saints, meditation on the passion of Jesus, and a firm purpose of advancing in virtue are devil’s target of attack.
He will suggest evil thoughts and try to draw us away from prayer and holy reading. He will discourage you from a humble
confession and will try to make you omit Holy Communion.
When such things happen, we must immediately renounce devil and his tricks. We must openly claim Jesus as our
strength. Think, feel and say loudly that we will not consent to the tricks of the devil. This is the time to pray, “ the Lord is my
light and my salvation. Whom shall I fear? Though armies unite against me my heart will not fear, for the Lord is my Helper and
my Redeemer” . In our spiritual warfare we must fight like a good soldier. When we fail and fall, trusting in the grace of God, rise
up quickly with greater strength than before. At the same time we must guard against the vain complacency and pride. Never try
to rely on self. With a genuine humility, hold on to the Lord with intense love for Him.
We must educate our children at a very young age how to develop this spiritual journey as an important part of their
faith life. They should be guided to grow in their love for Jesus. They should recognize the enticing tricks of the devil in the world
and know how to defeat him with their devotion to Jesus and through the intercession of His saints.
God bless you all.
Sacrament of Baptism—Baptism is a highly sacred event and deserves careful and complete readiness.
Please contact the church office (336-629-0221 to register for the Baptism Preparation Class, which is done on
a regular basis. Parents must be registered and participating members of our parish community.
Sacrament of Marriage
- Couples should contact the Pastor (336-629-0221) at least 6 months prior
to the wedding date for necessary preparation.
Ministry of the Sick— Please call the church office (336-629-0221) to inform us of an illness or hospitalization of a family member. Federal Privacy Law prohibits the hospital from giving room numbers, so we
must have prior knowledge of a patient’s room number before we visit the hospital. The Sacrament of
Anointing is done upon request prior to surgery or a illness.
Prayers for our Military—please call the office (336-629-0221) to notify us of their Military Status
St. Joseph Catholic
07/31/2016
WEEKLY OFFERINGS -
MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF 7/24
Report for week end of
7/24/2016
Offertory _______________$
5,451.00
Needed: _________________$ 26,000.00
Year to Date ___________$ 20,978.00
Over/Under ___________ $
(5,022.00)
Total Goal: $1,500,000.00
Reached Goal $1,500.000.00
Liturgical Ministers for Spanish
8/6 Saturday
Eucaristia:
Barbello Baraona, Elizar Perez, Francisco
Palma ,Salvador Flores, Crestina Jimenez,
Lectores:
Rosalinda Gaeta
H ospitalidad: Antonio Ramos, Miguel Dominguez,
Ponciano Aviles, Eladio Dominguez
8/7 Sunday
Eucaristia: Roberto Arellano, Maria dela luz Cortez, Julia
Rodriguez, Elisa Esteban, Maria de Jesus Uribe, Jose
Grullon
Lectores Francisca Muro
Anuncios: Manuela Torres
Peticiones:
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Francisca Muro
Liturgical Ministers Sat. 8/6
Eucharistic,
Lectors:
Hospitality:
Keith Bryant, Carol Rich Kim Price
Michael Leach , Larry Kastner
Lynn Hyatt ,Michael Leach
Sunday 8/7
Acolytes:
Ricard Pincus, David Appel
Eucharistic : Dr. Pincus, Rosemary Chriscoe, Pat Knudsen, Dan
Higgins
Lectors:
Joan Sloyan, Ruth Scanlan
Hospitality: Rosemary Chriscoe, David Poupore Georgia
McCollom Wayne Dawson,
Sunday 7/24 †9:00 am Jack P. Smith req. Monica
Fruchtnicht
12:00 noon Spanish Mass
† 4:00 pm
Eugemia Mulless req.
Mulles Family-Youth Mass
Monday 7/25 8:15 am
Mass
Tuesday 7/26
No Mass—Rosary Group 1:00 pm
Wed.
7/27 5:30 pm Confessions 6:00 Mass
Thurs. 7/28 12:15 Mass
Friday 7/29 †8:15 am Mass Ginny Roberts req.
Irene Chavis
3 year presentation Elijah C. Rodriguez - Friday
10:30 am Quinceaners Monserat Garcia -Friday
Saturday. 7/30
Sunday
4:00 pm English Mass - 6:00 pm Spanish
7/31 9:00 am English 12:00 Noon Spanish
4:00 pm Youth Mass
BIRTHDAY LIST FROM 8/4
8/5 San Juana Castorena, Jose Jimie Aguilar, Roberto
Perez, SanJuana Santiago Castorena,Jose Luis Ramirez
Carmen Mendoza
8/6 Luisa Ramon, Guadalupe Lizardo, Michael Macedo,
Andres Silva , Andres Martinez, Gwen Wills ,Juan E.
Garcia
8/7 Alex Fruchtnicht , Maria Del Carmen Rabadan.
Sebastian Santoya, Barry Stutts, Maritza Valdes Plata,
Eunice Ward, Maria DelCarmen Vasquez,
8/8 Jesus Rico Jr. Jonnathan Silva,
8/9 Michael Dubis, Regina Heerschap, Susana Perez,
Daisy Calderon
8/10 Kes P. Salinas
8/11 Dave Bietzel, Victor Hugo Barahana, Itzel Ortiz,
Liliana Ocampo, Olivia Poupore , Samuel Uscanga,
God Bless all of you!
CATHOLIC CHARITIES Catholic Charities offers Immigration
Have a very Happy & Blessed Birthday
Consultations at: 627 West Second Street, Winston-Salem, NC
27101.
The fee for all consultations is $50. To schedule an appointment
please call 336-727-4745. Call soon because appointments fill fast.
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St. Joseph Church
PARISH FESTIVAL; (KERMES)
is coming up in August., The date will be
August 21st Anyone interested in helping
out please contact Rene 336-460-8455
Money raised will go to our New church
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
7/31/2016
PLEASE TAKE MOMENT TO PRAY FOR OUR
PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL & our young men
serving our country and have requested prayers:
Christopher Gardner, Grace Gizze, Lillian Hazelwood & Roamona
Shepard, , Colleen Greene, Flora Smith, Gary & Marilyn Hutchins ,
Ralph Evans, , Jose Espiallet Amy Hills, Angie Monroe Patterson,
Monica Smith, Patrick Guarion, Raphael Guriel , Josephina Arellano, , Laurie Wills, Ralph Evans had a recent stroke..
Military:
Adolfo Angel Vasquez,
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Matthew Bryant
The Knights are looking for some men to join the
If there is anyone you would like to add to the prayer list
Knights of Columbus . They meet once a month and do please call the office &let us know. 336-629-0221.Please
projects to help out with Church needs and other pro- pray for all deceased members of the parish.
grams. If you would like to get more information please
call Steve Gage at 301-318-7736 or Chuck Lyon at 336
BOX TOPS:
-736-4139.
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Columbiettes are having a drive for new members
we will leave applications on the back table of the Church.
Please take one if you are even slightly interested. We are
trying to recruit our younger & older generation of women to
join. We do a lot of charity work and fund raisers. Once or
twice a year they have conventions in different areas of NC.
Whether you are English, Spanish, Philippine or any other
background we would love to have you join our group. We
also work hand in hand with the Knights with some of their
projects. If you have any questions you can stop by the office and Jean or anyone of us can explain more. We would
like to have a 1st Degree sometime in August if we have
enough people interested. Fill out a application and put it in
the basket on my office door. God Bless you all
Please bring in your BOX TOPS for the Sisters who
run the Academy for Pre-Schoolers. You can put
them in the mail slot of the office door. Thank you
for your help.
Marriage Encounter
In the second reading St Paul tells reminds us that our life is
now “in Christ”. He encourages us to “put on the new self” and
to “seek and think of what is above” because we are no longer
of this world. Do we have a Christ Centered Marriage? The
next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are: Sep 30 Oct 2, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC and Nov 4-6, 2016 in Atlantic
Beach, NC. Early sign up is recommended. For more information visit our website at: https://NCMarriageDiscovery.org
or contact us at [email protected] or
FAITH FORMATION REGISTRATION IS BEGINNING:
YOU WILL NEED A COPY
OF YOUR CHILD’S BIRTH , FIRST COMMUNION AND BAPTISM CERTIFICATES—IF THEY WERE DONE
HERE AT ST. JOSEPH’S JUST LET US KNOW WHAT THE DATES WERE. EACH CHILD NEEDS A
SEPARATE APPLICATION. FEE FOR REGISTRATION IS $30.00 AND $40.00 FOR CONFIRMATION
STUDENTS. OFFICE IS OPEN 8-5 DAILY FOR YOU TO REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN.
Classes begin on August 21st. Be sure to register your child or children before this date.
Times and Classes will be announced.
PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
07/31/ 2016
SAINTS AND SPECIAL
OBSERVANCES
TODAY’S READING
First Reading — Do not spend your life toiling for material
gain (Ecclesiastes 1:2; 2:21-23).
Psalm — If today you hear his voice, harden not your
hearts (Psalm 90).
Second Reading — Christ has raised you
to new life, so seek now what is above
(Colossians 3:1-5, 9-11).Gospel — Be on
guard against all greed, for your life does
not consist of earthly possessions, but of
the riches of the reign of God (Luke 12:13-
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Don’t tell me that Sometimes the treasures of art can
provide us with clues about traditions. Take, for example,
the miter, the conical hat with lappets, or back-flaps that fall
to the shoulders. This cap is worn by bishops in the Catholic West. Eastern Catholics favor a crown, but we have this
curious headpiece. In Greek, the word means “turban.” Old
paintings and mosaics provide clues about headgear for
bishops, and there is very little artistic evidence for the miter before the year 1000. Before then, some kind of head
covering might have been worn to offset the damp and chill
of unheated churches. The pope, as far back as the seventh century, often wore a cap called a camelaucum.
Around that time, artists painting St. Peter began to portray
their subject wearing this hat. By the year 1000 or so, the
pope began to grant similar helmet-shaped headgear as
gifts to visiting abbots and bishops. They returned home
with these new chapeaus, and before long everybody wanted one!
Today, miters are granted not only to bishops, but to
certain favored abbots and occasionally abbesses. Pope
Benedict XVI set aside the tradition of the papal tiara in favor of the miter, even on his coat of arms. Pope Paul VI
was the last pope to have a coronation. As recently as the
1960s, miters were towering skyscrapers of jewels and rich
silks, but now a simplicity of style is favored by bishops.
Miters are here to stay, and experienced altar servers know
how to await the bishop’s removing of the miter, since he
does not wear it when he is saying the presidential prayers
or the Eucharistic Prayer.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
WORRY
worry doesn’t do any good. I know better.
The things I worry about never happen
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Sunday:
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday:
St. Alphonsus Liguori
Tuesday:
St. Eusebius of Vercelli;
St. Peter Julian Eymard
Thursday:
St. John Vianney
Friday:
Dedication of the Basilica of St. Mary Major;
First Friday
The Transfiguration of the Lord;
First Saturday
Saturday:
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Jer 28:1-17; Ps 119:29, 43, 79, 80, 95,
102; Mt 14:13-21
Tuesday:
Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22; Ps 102:16- 21,
29,22-23; Mt 14:22-36 or Mt 15:1-2, 1014
Wednesday: Jer 31:1-7; Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13; Mt
15:21-28
Thursday: Jer 31:31-34; Ps 51:12-15, 18-19; Mt
16:13-23
Friday:
Na 2:1, 3; 3:1-3, 6-7; Dt 32:35cd- 3ab,
39abcd, 41; Mt 16:24-28
Saturday: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; Ps 97:1-2, 5-6, 9; 2 Pt
1:16-19; Lk 9:28b-36
Sunday:
Wis 18:6-9; Ps 33:1, 12, 18-22; Hb
11:1-2, 8-19 [1-2, 8-12]; Lk 12:32-48 [3540]
Retrouvaille
Lifeline for Marriage
Thinking about Separation or Divorce? – Is your marriage or that of a relative or friend heading for divorce?
Do you feel helpless to do anything about it? Retrouvaille
is designed to help troubled marriages regain their health
by helping spouses rediscover the love, trust and commitment that originally brought them together. The program is highly successful in saving hurting marriages,
even bringing reconciliation to couples who have already
separated or divorced. For confidential information or to
apply to attend the program beginning with a weekend
on September 16th call 800-470-2230 or email:
[email protected] or visit the web site at
www.retrouvaille.org.
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Iglesia De San Jose
07/31/2016
De la oficina del padre Felipe
Es Importante en nuestra Tradición Espiritual Católica que amemos a Jesus Por encima de todo. El Señor quiere que seamos valientes y sabios en nuestro amor hacia él. Si por cuenta de dificultad nos rendimos en lo que hemos emprendido y ansiosamente buscamos consuelo en otros lados, es una señal de que estamos flaqueando en la cualidad de amar a Jesus. El que ama con valentía se
mantiene en las tentaciones y no presta atención a la persecución astuta del enemigo. El que ama con sabiduria guarda el afecto del
Dador más que el valor del regalo. Esto es a lo que le llamamos enfocarnos en el Señor.
Hoy momentos en los que nos sentimos lejos del Señor más de lo que queremos. Hay momentos en los que nos sentimos muy cerca
de Dios y no dura mucho tiempo. Esto es el efecto de la gracia presente y un cierto anticipo del hogar eterno. No debemos sustentarnos mucho en ello puesto que viene y va. La lucha contra malos pensamientos que nos atacan es señal de virtud y mérito. Siempre debemos agarrarnos de nuestro prepósito y mantener una intensión recta hacia Dios.
A veces nos encontramos arrebatados en éxtasis y pronto regresamos a las locuras usuales del corazón. Este son males que sufrimos
en vez de comprometernos. Con disgusto debemos luchar contra ello lo cual se convierte en un asunto de mérito no de derrota.
Debemos recordar que el enemigo va a tratar por todos los medios de impedir nuestro deseo del bien, y de apartarnos de cualquier
practica espiritual. Veneración a los santos, meditación de la pasión de Jesus y un propósito firme en crecer en virtud son los blancos que el Diablo ataca. Él mal nos ofrecerá y tratará de apartarnos de la oración y leer palabra santa. Te desanimara de una confesión humilde y tratara de apartarte de la Santa Comunión.
Cuando estas cosas sucedan debemos inmediatamente renunciar a satanás y a sus artimañas. Debemos abiertamente reclamar a Jesus como nuestra fuerza. Piensa, siente y declara en voz alta que no consentiremos a las artimañas del diablo. Este es el momento de
orar, “el Señor es mi luz y mi salvacion. ¿A quién temeré? Aunque ejércitos se levanten contra mi nada temo, pues el señor es mi
auxilio y mi redentor”.
En nuestra guerra debemos pelear como el buen soldado. Cuando fallemos y caigamos, confiando en la gracia de Dios, levántate
rápido con más fuerza que antes. Al mismo tiempo debemos cuidarnos de la vana complacencia y del orgullo. Nunca confíes en ti
mismo. Con humildad genuina, agárrate del Señor con un gran amor hacia Él.
Debemos educar a nuestros Hijos a una edad pequeña como desarrollar esta jornada espiritual como una parte importante de su
vida de fe. Deben ser guiados a crecer en su amor por Jesus, deben reconocer las artimañas y tentaciones del diablo en el mundo y
saber cómo vencerlo con su devoción a Jesus y a través de la intersesion de Sus santos.
Que dios los bendiga
FORMACIÓN DE FE DE REGISTRO SE principio: Usted necesitará una copia de nacimiento de su niño, primera
comunión y el bautismo CERTIFICADOS-si hubieran tenido aquí en San. JOSÉ apenas sepamos cuáles fueron
los FECHAS. CADA NIÑO NECESITA una solicitud por separado. Cuota de inscripción es de $ 30.00 y $ 40.00
para ESTUDIANTES DE CONFIRMACIÓN. Oficina está abierta de 8-5 diario para que registre sus hijos.
Caridades Católicas ofrece consultas de Inmigracion
en: 627 West Second Street, Winston-Salem, NC
27101.
El costo de todas las consultas es de $50. Para hacer
una cita por favor llame al 336-727-0705. Llame pronto por que las citas son limitadas.
Festival Parroquial; (KERMES) está subiendo en agosto., Vamos a mantener informados a los detalles. Este será un evento para recaudar fondos para nuestra
nueva iglesia. Más información a seguir.
07/31/ 2016
Iglesia De San Jose
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — No pases la vida luchando por las
ventajas materiales (Eclesiastés 1:2; 2:21-23).
Salmo — Señor, ten compasión de nosotros (Salmo 90 [89]).
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
Segunda lectura — Cristo te ha resucitado a una nueva vida
Miércoles:
(Colosenses 3:1-5, 9-11).
Jueves:
Evangelio — Esté alerta en contra de toda ambición, porque
tu vida no consiste en las posesiones materiales, sino en las
Viernes:
riquezas del Reino de Dios (Lucas 12:13-21).
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo:
Lunes:
Martes:
Jueves:
Viernes:
Sábado:
Decimoctavo Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario
San Alfonso María de Ligorio
San Eusebio de Vercelli; San Pedro
Juliano Eymard
San Juan María Vianney
Dedicación de la Basílica de
Santa María la Mayor en Roma;
Primer viernes
La Transfiguración del Señor;
Primer sábado
EL PREMIO MAYOR
Parece cosa comúnmente aceptada hoy día que todo el
mundo quiere ganarse la lotería, ganar en el casino o ser
millonario. Esta actitud es similar a la de los primeros oyentes de la parábola del agricultor próspero que pensarían:
Por supuesto. Él tenía que buscar la manera de preservar su
buena fortuna para el futuro, para asegurarse una vida
muelle, comiendo, bebiendo y gozando. Es exactamente la
clase de vida que nos brindaría hoy el billete premiado, una
buena mano de cartas o la respuesta correcta en el programa de TV. Estar rodeados por este “sentido común”
hace mucho más difícil escuchar hoy las palabras de
Cohélet, del salmista, de Pedro y de Jesús. Quizás nos
sonría la buena fortuna, quizás no. Pero si hacemos que esa
fortuna o su búsqueda sea el corazón, el centro mismo de
nuestra vida, viviremos para lamentarlo. No adquiriremos
la seguridad futura que perseguimos y perderemos el momento presente por estar persiguiéndola.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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Jer 28:1-17; Sal 119 (118):29, 43, 79, 80, 95,
102; Mt 14:13-21
Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22; Sal 102 (101):16-21, 29,
22-23; Mt 14:22-36 o Mt 15:1-2, 10-14
Jer 31:1-7; Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13; Mt 15:21-28
Jer 31:31-34; Sal 51 (50):12-15, 18-19; Mt 16:1323
Nah 2:1, 3; 3:1-3, 6-7; Dt 32:35cd-36ab, 39abcd,
41; Mt 16:24-28
Sábado: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; Sal 97 (96):1-2, 5-6, 9; 2 Pe
1:16-19; Lc 9:28b-36
Domingo: Sab 18:6-9; Sal 33 (32):1, 12, 18-22; Heb 11:1-2,
8-19 [1-2, 8-12]; Lc 12:32-48 [35-40]
PREOCUPACIÓN No me digas que preocuparme no
sirve de nada. Yo sí sé. Aquello por lo que me preocupo
nunca pasa.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Del 1o al 5 de agosto los capitalinos en El Salvador celebran la fiesta del Salvador del Mundo, cuando recuerdan
la Transfiguración de Jesús en el Monte Tabor. Como
muchas fiestas patronales en Latinoamérica esta semana
está llena de carnavales y desfiles. La celebración principal es una procesión religiosa con la imagen de Jesús, el
Divino Salvador del mundo. La estatua de Jesús con sus
brazos extendidos en bendición es llevada desde la Basílica del Sagrado Corazón hasta la Catedral Metropolitana.
Vestida de un rojo que recuerda su pasión, la imagen es
cargada sobre los hombros de una veintena de fieles. Al
llegar a la catedral la imagen patronal es puesta en una
torre de más de 20 metros de alto. Eventualmente la estatua revestida de blanco aparece de una esfera encima de
la torre en medio de gritos, aplausos y cantos. Esta esfera
azul representa el mundo entero, mundo salvado por
Cristo. La transfiguración de esta imagen en San Salvador
recuerda la pasión y resurrección de Jesús, eventos claves
que han hecho de él, el Salvador del Mundo entero.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, © Copyright © J. S. Paluch
Co.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
St. Joseph Church #000033
512 W. Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
TELEPHONE
336 629-0221
CONTACT PERSON
Jean Hyatt
EMAIL: [email protected]
SOFTWARE
MSPublisher 2003
Adobe Acrobat 8
Windows Vista
PRINTER
Epson 720
TRANSMISSION TIME
Tuesday 10:00 AM
SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
December 16, 2012
NUMBER OF PAGES SENT
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