Saint Mary Parish - Waltham, MA Catholic Church

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Saint Mary Parish - Waltham, MA Catholic Church
Saint Mary Parish
1835 - 2014
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 19, 2014
Welcome to Saint Mary Parish
Rectory:
Catechesis Office:
Immigration Center:
After School Program:
133 School Street
Waltham MA 02451
781-891-1730
Fax: 781-209-0555
781-308-4961
Email: [email protected]
617-817-7544
Website: stmarywaltham.org
781-577-2262
STAFF
VISITS TO SICK & HOMEBOUND
Rev. Michael Nolan, Pastor
Rev. David Martin Ssentamu
Deacon Eduardo Mora, Director Immigration Ctr.
Jennifer Acuña, After School Program Director
Mark Chlapowski, After School Program Director
Mary McCarthy, Business Manager
Carmen Kapishnikov, Parish Secretary
Adam Redjinski, Catechist
Nilvia Hernandez, Catechetical Administrator
Michael Welch, Sexton
Lila Cleary, Organist
Communion is brought to the sick and homebound.
Contact Ann Faulstich at 781-893-8953.
SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION
Parents of infants can call the office to arrange baptism.
Adults or parents of children wishing to receive
Baptism, Confirmation, or First Communion can
contact the Pastor or Deacon.
WEDDINGS
Registered parishioners or their children can
contact the Rectory to arrange a meeting.
JOHN PAUL II IMMIGRATION CTR.
MASS SCHEDULE
Sunday 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM
11:30 AM (Spanish), 1:30 PM (Luganda)
Saturday Vigil 4:00 PM
Monday - Friday 12:10 PM
Wednesday & Friday 7:00 PM (Chapel - Spanish)
Friday 8:00 PM (Luganda)
Holy Day 12:10 PM, 7:00 PM (Spanish)
RECITATION OF THE ROSARY
Monday - Friday 11:30 AM
ADORATION
Wednesday (Chapel) & Friday: 12:30-6:30 PM
CONFESSIONS
Monday-Thursday: 11:30 AM - Noon
Friday: 11:00 AM - Noon
Saturday: 3:00 - 3:45 PM
CHURCH VISITS
Those seeking assistance and support can visit the
Center in the Religious Education Office.
133 CLUB
Numbers are available for the monthly drawing.
Prizes range from $25 to $1,000. Sign-up sheets
are at the church entrances.
PARISH REGISTRATION
We welcome you to register in the parish. Please
introduce yourself to the Pastor. Registration forms
are available at the doors of the church. Contact the
Rectory to arrange a house blessing.
I would like someone to call me to talk about
becoming a member of Saint Mary Parish.
My Name is____________________________________
Phone number__________________________________
Address _______________________________________
The Church is open daily from 8:30 AM-8:30 PM.
SACRAMENT OF THE SICK
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Healing Mass with Anointing: 1 Monday of
month at 12:10 PM and by appointment. Due to
privacy laws, hospital patients are encouraged to
register as Catholics so they will be visited.
Email __________________________________
Receive offertory envelopes? Yes No
Drop this form in the collection basket and someone will call you.
Or, register through our website at stmarywaltham.org.
Welcome to Saint Mary Parish
and please come again!
RIGHT TO LIFE MARCH
The annual March For Life takes place on January 22, 2014
in Washington D.C. This march is not a protest. It is a
witness to the goodness of every human life. It is testimony
that life is worth protecting. Unfortunately, on January 22,
1973 the nine male judges of the Supreme Court, by a vote
of 7-3 went against the first principle on which this country
was built – the right to life. Without a right to life there are
no other rights. Sadly we have seen the effects of this
decision. Supporters of abortion promised that no child
would be born unwanted – not true. They said women would
achieve economic parity – not true. Every human life has
value and dignity worth protecting, educating, caring for and
loving. Parishioners are joining with the parish of St. John’s
Parish in Townsend MA and going down to Washington to
take part in this great event.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING LOTTERY
The City of Waltham is providing an opportunity for
affordable and market rate elderly housing (age 62 and over)
at the Nahum Hardy Residences at 51 Lake Street, Waltham.
The Nahum Hardy Lotteries will provide 19 units of elderly
housing - 11 will be affordable (income based) with an
additional 8 market rate units being leased. For more
information please call 781-314-3380. Information packets
are available at the Waltham Public Library, City Hall
Purchasing Department, Waltham Housing Division,
Waltham Housing Authority (100 Pond St.), the Waltham
Council on Aging, and the city web site,
www.city.waltham.ma.us/housing-division.
133 CLUB
Thank you to all who support Saint Mary Parish through a
membership in the 133 Club. Many of you have had
numbers since 1972 when the 133 Club began; many of you
have multiple numbers; and many of you have given
memberships to friends and family for Christmas and
birthdays. We appreciate your generous and continuous
support. A few reminders:
∗ You can purchase a number for the 133 Club by calling
or visiting the rectory.
∗ The cost is $55 for one number for one year if you pay
all at once; otherwise the cost is $5 per month.
∗ The monthly drawing occurs in the rectory on the third
Saturday of each month after the 4 PM Mass. All are invited.
∗ Every month you will receive a letter written by Father
Michael Nolan on a topic of interest. If you won money in
the drawing, your check will be in the envelope.
∗ When you owe a payment, a small payment envelope
will be enclosed with your monthly letter.
We are currently in the process of updating our records for
the 133 Club. Memberships belonging to those who have not
paid within the last three months will be cancelled. Please
call the rectory if you have any questions.
MASS INTENTIONS
The following Mass Intentions are scheduled this week:
Saturday, January 18
4:00 PM - Joseph Robinshaw - 50th Anniversary
Sunday, January 19
8:00 AM - Parish & Parishioners
10:00 AM - Alfred Bourque
Monday, January 20
12:10 PM - Angelo Taranto
Wednesday, January 22
12:10 PM - Amy Gaffney - 30th Anniversary
Thursday, January 23
12:10 PM - Hermance Provencher
Saturday, January 25
4:00 PM - Parish & Parishioners
Sunday, January 26
8:00 AM - Parish & Parishioners
10:00 AM - John P. Gallagher
Those requesting a Mass Intention should speak to the cantor
or celebrant at least ten minutes before the Mass if they
would like to serve as gift bearers for that liturgy.
OFFERTORY
Thank you for your generous offering to our parish.
• 1,065 people participated in the first four Masses last
weekend and contributed a total of $4,317 to the weekly
collection.
• 423 people participated in the 1:30 Mass on January 5 and
contributed $423 to the weekly collection.
This weekend’s second collection is the Special Monthly
collection. Next weekend’s second collection is for the
Church in Latin America.
PLEASE PRAY FOR. . .
Mary Ryan, Dick Crowe, Charlotte Reilly, Ernie O, Lauren,
Lily, Herb Finley, Tricia Gillespie, Jill, Marie Terese,
Maureen Shanley, Ethan, Carol M., Alexa, Carolyne
Katongole
ST. VINCENT de PAUL
In the Gospel today, John testifies that Jesus is the one who
will baptize with the Holy Spirit. The revelation of Jesus’s
identity – how he is made known in the world – is mediated
by the way we live our lives everyday.
Over the past three months, through your gifts, the Society
of St. Vincent de Paul was able to bring the light of
Jesus into the dark places of the poor, expending over
$18,000 in assistance to 297 families by providing food,
gifts, gift cards, new beds, and help with utility and rent
bills. If you have not responded to our annual appeal,
please consider making a meaningful donation this week.
Envelopes are at the Church entrances. Thank you!
Jesus, Spirit of God, fill us with zeal. Send forth your spirit
of freedom, your spirit of love, your spirit of healing. Amen.
ANNUAL BABY SHOWER
Join the Archdiocesan Parish Family Baby Shower at St.
Mary’s on February 8 and 9. Please bring a baby gift to
Mass that weekend (only NEW items, please; nothing used).
Suggested items include baby bottles, newborn or size 1 disposable diapers, size small sleep and play clothing, sweaters,
crib sheets, socks, nightgowns, receiving blankets, pacifiers,
and toiletries (no baby powder), and maternity clothes. All
proceeds benefit Pregnancy Help Office, Archdiocese of
Boston. Monetary donations are acceptable, too. Please
make checks payable to Fund for the Unborn.
ASSEMBLY FOR LIFE
Massachusetts Citizens for Life (MCFL) is hosting its annual Assembly for Life on Sunday, January 26 from 2:00-4:00
PM in Faneuil Hall, Boston. The featured speakers are Francis Fox, Esq. and Philip Moran, Esq. Francis Fox won the
Supreme Court case Federal Election Commission v. Massachusetts Citizens for Life, which allows pro-life and other
groups to distribute information on the positions and voting
records of candidates. Philip Moran will report on the January 15th hearings for the Buffer Zone appeal. Admission is
free.
PROJECT RACHEL
Do you know someone who is carrying grief and sorrow
over past abortions? Project Rachel is the post-abortion ministry of the Catholic church to help those dealing with the
pain of abortion. Project Rachel will offer “Come to the Waters of Healing” retreats on the following Saturdays this
Winter/Spring: February 22, March 29, and April 12. The
location is confidential. For more information and registration, contact Project Rachel at 508-651-3100 or
[email protected]
OPEN HOUSE AT OUR LADY’S ACADEMY
Our Lady’s Academy is having an open house for Pre-K
through Grade 8 on Tuesday, January 28 from 10:00 AM12:00 PM and 6:00-8:00PM. Our Lady’s offers a Catholic
values-based education, close-knit environment, innovative
curriculum, up-to-date methods and technology, enrichment
opportunities, after school program, and more. For additional information visit www.ourladysacademy.org or call 781899-0353.
OPEN HOUSE AT SAINT JUDE SCHOOL
Saint Jude School is having an open house on Sunday, January 26 from 1:30-3:00PM; Tuesday, January 28 from 6:307:30PM; and Wednesday, January 29 9:00-10:00AM. Saint
Jude School offers a 4 year old program, full day Kindergarten, a comprehensive curriculum for grades K-8, and an after
school program, and more. Saint Jude School is located at
175 Main Street, Waltham, and serves children from many
communities. For more information call 781-899-3644.
PLEASE DONATE FOOD FOR THOSE IN NEED
Our St. Vincent de Paul pantry is in need of donations of
NON-PERISHABLE food items, including canned meat,
pasta, cereal, and laundry detergent. Please leave your donations in the baskets at the back of the church. Many thanks.
FUEL ASSISTANCE REMINDER
This state program provides home heating assistance between November 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014. Eligibility is
based on household size and gross annual income of all
members 18 years of age and older. Anyone interested in
applying should contact Maureen at the Waltham Council of
Aging, 781-314-3301. For anyone under 60, please contact
Community Teamwork, Inc. Fuel Assistance, 17 Kirk Street,
Lowell, MA 01852, 978-459-6161.
CHURCH VISITS
Please remember that the church building is open from 8:30
AM until 8:30 PM for personal prayer. You may want to
come into church during the day or on your way home from
work. We encourage you to visit the church as often as you
can – pray the Stations of the Cross, pray in front of the Tabernacle, light a candle or write any prayer intentions in front
of the statue of St. Joseph asking for his intercession. We
also have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament twice a week:
on Wednesday afternoons in the chapel of the Religious Education Building, and on Friday afternoons in the church.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament begins after the 12:10
Mass and continues until 7:00 PM.
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING (NFP)
Natural Family Planning (NFP) is a unique form of fertility
education. Specifically, NFP is the title for the moral, natural
and healthy, modern and scientifically reliable methods of
family planning. These methods teach married couples how
to identify and understand their combined signs of fertility.
This information then helps married couples plan to achieve
or postpone a pregnancy. NFP is morally good because it
helps married couples respect God’s design for married love.
Learn about Natural Family Planning at Saint Mary's Church
on the following Tuesdays at 7 PM: March 11, May 13.
Please register in advance with Jennifer Acuña at 401-9969028 [email protected]
FIAT! A GROUP FOR DISCERNING WOMEN
Fiat is a discernment group for single women considering a
vocation to religious life. They meet on the last Wednesday
of every month. The next meeting is on January 29 from
7:00- 9:00 PM at Our Lady Help of Christians Church, 573
Washington Street, Newton. For more information contact
Sr. Marian Batho at 617-746-5637 or email
[email protected]
SCRIPTURE OF THE WEEK
We encourage everyone to continue reading the Acts of the
Apostles this week …
ACTS OF THE APOSTLES - CHAPTER 10 PART 1
The Vision of Cornelius.
Now in Caesarea there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion of the Cohort called the Italica, devout and God-fearing
along with his whole household, who used to give alms generously to the Jewish people and pray to God constantly.
One afternoon about three o’clock, he saw plainly in a vision
an angel of God come in to him and say to him, “Cornelius.”
He looked intently at him and, seized with fear, said, “What
is it, sir?” He said to him, “Your prayers and almsgiving
have ascended as a memorial offering before God. Now
send some men to Joppa and summon one Simon who is
called Peter. He is staying with another Simon, a tanner,
who has a house by the sea.” When the angel who spoke to
him had left, he called two of his servants and a devout soldier from his staff, explained everything to them, and sent
them to Joppa.
EVENTS AT THE ESPOUSAL RETREAT CENTER
The Espousal Retreat Center located at 554 Lexington Street
in Waltham offers retreats and programs on a continuing
basis. On Sunday, February 23, from 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM,
Fr. Bob Masciocchi CSS will present Discovering God’s
Will and Finding Peace – How to Follow God’s Will, Deal
with Pressure and Find Freedom. The day includes lunch
and Mass; the offering is $45. Registration begins at 9:30
AM. In addition, day retreats for women are held on the second Wednesday of every month from 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM.
For more information about any of these programs, please
call 781-209-3120 or email [email protected]
SAVE THE DATE: MAY 4, 2014
25TH AND 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS
His Eminence, Seán Cardinal O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap. invites
all couples celebrating their 25th or 50th wedding anniversary in 2014 to the Wedding Anniversary Mass at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Sunday, May 4 at 11:30am. Mass
will include a renewal of vows. Family members and friends
are welcome to attend. Please register online at
www.BostonCatholic.org/WeddingAnniversaryMass.
NEWCOMERS/PARISH REGISTRATION
We invite all newcomers as well as ‘old timers’ to register in
the parish. Registration forms can be picked up at the doors,
or you may register online. Our parish website is stmarywaltham.org. If you are new please introduce yourself to the
priests so that we can welcome you and learn your name.
This helps in the building of communion. We encourage all
parishioners to register and use weekly collection envelopes.
We also ask you to let us know if your address changes. This
greatly helps with communication and stewardship.
ATTACKS ON GOD
Protestant pastor murdered in India
An Evangelical Protestant pastor has been slain by unidentified assailants in India’s state of Andhra Pradesh, in the latest of a series of acts of violence against that country’s
Christian minority. The pastor, identified as Rev Sanjeevulu,
was stabbed to death by 4 men who came to his home in
Vikarabad. He was rushed to a hospital but pronounced
dead. Police have not yet determined a motive for the killing
or identified any suspects.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT THE CREED
Last year we began including questions and answers about
each line of the Creed to remind us what we mean when we
profess our faith. We will continue to do so until we reach
the end of the prayer. From the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church…
• Why is the Church the ‘people of God’?
The Church is the ‘people of God’ because it pleased God to
sanctify and save men not in isolation but by making them
into one people gathered together by the unity of the Father
and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
• What are the characteristics of the people of God?
One becomes a member of this people through faith in
Christ and Baptism. This people has for its origin God the
Father; for its head Jesus Christ; for its hallmark the dignity
and freedom of the sons of God; for its law the new commandment of love; for its mission to be the salt of the earth
and the light of the world; and for its destiny the Kingdom of
God, already begun on earth.
• In what way does the people of God share in the
three functions of Christ as Priest, Prophet and King?
The people of God participate in Christ's priestly office insofar as the baptized are consecrated by the Holy Spirit to offer
spiritual sacrifices. They share in Christ’s prophetic office
when with a supernatural sense of faith they adhere unfailingly to that faith and deepen their understanding and witness to it. The people of God share in his kingly office by
means of service, imitating Jesus Christ who as King of the
universe made himself the servant of all, especially the poor
and the suffering.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY FOR 2014
Please consider joining us in the After School Program to
help children with their homework. The homework time is
from 3:00-4:15 PM, and you may volunteer one day a week
or more if you’d like. You don’t need teaching experience to
do this volunteer work. The children benefit greatly from
having someone to guide them through getting their homework done. The volunteers benefit not only from serving the
Lord in this way, but also from the sense of community they
form with the other adult volunteers. If you would like to
join us, please contact Susan Brennan at 781-577-2262 or
[email protected]
Santa María de Waltham
Información de la Oficina
Dirección: 133 School Street Waltham MA 02451
Rectoría: 781-891-1730 Fax: 781-209-0555
Email: [email protected]
Website: stmarywaltham.org
Oficina de catecismo: 781-308-4961
Centro de Immigracion: 617-817-7544
DIRECTIVA PARROQUIAL
Párroco: Rev. Michael Nolan
Rev. David Martin
Diacono: Eduardo R. Mora,
Director del Centro de Inmigración
Mary McCarthy, Secretaria Parroquial
Nilvia Hernández, Administradora del Catecismo
Milie Colon: Asistente de Coordinación de Catecismo
Iván Colon, María Aviles, Vidal Hernández,
Rosendo De La Cruz Coordinadores de Coro
Arnoldo Cardona: Coordinador de lectores
Nelson Alvarado: Coordinador de Ministros
CENTRO DE IMIGRACION JUAN PABLO II
En la oficina del Centro de Inmigración le ofrecemos
toda clase de ayuda de Inmigración, a llenar sus aplicaciones de ciudadanía de residencia de asilo, de renovación de
residencia, clases de ciudadanía, todo lo relacionado a la
Inmigración. Le ayudamos en hacer resumes. También se
ofrece Notaria Publica , clases de computación, le ayudamos de igual forma con consejería y Dirección Espiritual.
Los esperamos.
HORARIO DE LAS MISAS
Domingo 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM
11:30 AM (Español), 1:30 PM (Luganda)
Sábado 4:00 PM
Lunes - Viernes 12:10 PM
Miércoles y Viernes 7:00 PM (En español-Capilla)
Viernes 8:00 PM (Luganda)
Dias de Precepto 7:00 AM, 12:10 PM, 7:00 PM (en español)
REZO DEL SANTO ROSARIO
Domingos 11:00 AM en la Iglesia antes de la Misa.
CONFESIONES
Lunes-Jueves: 11:30 AM
Viernes: 11:00 AM , Sábado: 3:00 - 3:45 PM
Domingo: 11:00 AM (español)
SACRAMENTO DEL MATRIMONIO
Para información sobre los cursos de pre-cana favor
de llamar a la oficina de la parroquia o comunicarse
con el Diacono Eduardo.
BAUTISMO
Todos los primeros domingos del mes después de la Misa,
es el día de orientación del Bautizo, en el Edificio de
Educación Religiosa, y el Bautizo será el primer domingo
del mes siguiente. La preparación y el bautizo serán
después de la Misa.
COMUNION A SUS HOGARES
Para recibir la Sagrada Comunión en su casa, hospital o
Asilo de Ancianos (Nursing Home), hablar con uno de los
Sacerdotes de la parroquia o el Diacono.
LEGION DE MARIA
Este grupo de laicos se reúnen todos los Martes desde las
7:00 P. m. hasta las 8:30 PM, en el edificio de Educación
Religiosa. En las reuniones rezan el Santo Rosario y se
planifica trabajo espirituales para la semana, también
organizan los Rosarios en los meses de Mayo y Octubre y
novenas en las familia donde alguien a fallecido. Están
todos invitados a participar de este grupo espiritual.
GRUPO JUAN XXIII
Movimiento espiritual de la Iglesia para laicos, donde
después de asistir a un retiro se juntan para hacer oración y meditación de la palabra, de esta forma crecemos
en nuestra Fe. Las reuniones son los Lunes de 7:00 8:30 PM, en el edificio de Educación Religiosa.
GRUPO DE ORACION CARISMATICO
Es un movimiento de la renovación carismática de Boston,
donde se alaba y glorifica al Señor. Tenemos oración de
sanación física como espiritual. Nos reunimos para la oración los Domingos a las 6:00 PM, en el Hall de la Iglesia,
y los Jueves de 7:00 - 8:30 PM, en la Capilla, el ultimo domingo del mes nos reunimos en la Capilla del edificio de
Educación Religiosa a las 6:00 PM.
GRUPO DE APOYO DE CANCER
Es un grupo de personas sobrevivientes de cáncer que se
reúnen todos los segundos Sábados del mes en el edificio
de Educación Religiosa, para dar apoyo a personas que
están padeciendo de esta enfermedad o que estuvieron
enfermos. Todos están invitados a las reuniones.
CELEBRACION DE QUINCEAÑERA
Si desean recibir la celebración de acción de gracias por
la vida, en los quince años de su hija en la Iglesia, es necesario que la joven este participando en el programa de preparación para la Confirmación. Para mas información
preguntar a los sacerdotes o al diacono.
GRUPO JUVENIL “AGAPE”
El grupo juvenil “Agape” se reúnen todos los Martes
de 7:00-9:00 PM, en el Hall de la Iglesia. Este grupo
esta formado por jóvenes de 20 años de edad en adelante. El grupo juvenil de adolecentes se reúnen los
días Miércoles también de 7:00-9:00 PM, que consta
de las edades de 13 hasta 20 años de edad.
En las reuniones los jóvenes hacen oraciones, dinámicas, la lectura de la Palabra, asisten a retiros
Espirituales etc.
ADORACION AL SANTISIMO
Tenemos Adoración al Santísimo todos los Miércoles
de 12:30 a 6:30 PM, en la Capilla del Edificio de
Educación Religiosa. Y los Viernes de 12:30 a 6:30
PM, en la Iglesia. Todos están invitados.
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OFERTORIO
1,065 personas participaron de las primeras cuatro
Misas el fin de semana un total de $4,317. Gracias
RECEMOS POR NUESTROS ENFERMOS Y DIFUNTOS
Pongamos en nuestras oraciones a nuestros difuntos y
enfermos de la comunidad, pidamos por la salud de
Rosa Moreno, Brittany Polito y por las almas de Luz
Menéndez, Civelia Ruano.
LA FRASE DE HOY
“Dios no pretende de mí que tenga éxito. Sólo me
exige que le sea fiel.”
(Madre Teresa de Calcuta)
horario de las clases de PFN son Sábados a las
11:00AM los días, Febrero 17 y Abril 19.
CLUB 133
Se acerca la época de Navidad, y si no sabe que dar a
sus seres querido o amigos, considere darle una membrecía del Club 133, que distribuye $2000 en premios
cada mes desde $1000 a $25. Un numero cuesta $55
por el año lo que significa solo $5 por mes. Esta es
una forma de ayudar a la parroquia para mantenerla
bonita. Las aplicaciones están en las puertas de la
Iglesia o en la rectoría.
ALIMENTOS PARA LOS MAS NECESITADOS
La despensa de San Vicente de Paul necesita donaciones de alimentos no perecederos, como comida enlatada, pasta, cereales y detergente. Por favor dejar
su donación en las canastas que se encuentran en la
parte de atrás de la Iglesia. Gracias por su ayuda.
VISITAS A LA IGLESIA
Recuerde la Iglesia esta siempre abierta desde las
8:30 A.M. hasta las 8:30 P.M. para sus oraciones personales. De igual forma esta abierta la Capilla del
edificio de Educación religiosa dos veces a la semana
para Adoración al Santísimo Sacramento: los Miércoles después de la Misa del medio día hasta las 6:00
P.M. Y los Viernes de 6 a 9pm. Y Adoración al Santísimo en la Iglesia principal desde que termina la Misa del medio día hasta las 7:00 P.M.
AYUDA PARA ASISTENCIA DE GAS
Si necesita ayuda para calentar la casa en este tiempo
de invierno llamar a Maureen en Waltham Council al
teléfono 781-314-3301.
HORAS DESPUES DE LA ESCUELA
Ya esta abierto nuestro programa, venga no espere
hasta el ultimo momento, por favor de llamar a Jennifer Acuña al teléfono 401-996-9028. El programa em- Grupo de oración todos los domingos a las 6:00 PM
pezó en Septiembre 9, de Lunes a Viernes de 3:00en el Hall de la Iglesia.
6:00 P.M. y si quiere ser voluntario también debe de
comunicase con Jennifer.
PLANIFICACION NATURAL FAMILIAR(PFN)
es una forma única de la educación en la fertilidad.
Específicamente, la PFN es el título de los métodos
naturales, saludables, y científicamente fiables de planificación de la familia. Estos métodos enseñan a las
parejas casadas a identificar y comprender sus señales combinadas de fertilidad. Esta información les
ayuda a lograr, o posponer, un embarazo. NFP ayuda a las parejas casadas a respetar el designio de
Dios con respecto a la vida y el matrimonio. Además
ayuda a fortalecer la unión entre los conyugues. El

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