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UPCOMING EVENTS - St. Anthony of Padua Church
St. Anthony of Padua Church
www.sapparish.org
September 20, 2015
BULLETIN BITES
“But they did not understand the saying, and they were afraid to question him.”
Jesus knew that his actions and words were threatening the Jewish and Roman leaders
of his day. He knew that if he continued to attract people to his teaching to love God,
not fear him; to have faith in power of God, not the power of men; and to love one
another as we love ourselves, the people with power would try to silence him and
make an example of him to frighten people so they would not follow and imitate him.
Jesus knew his followers were worried about him. Jesus was worried about them.
Jesus was worried about himself. And he knew his friends had question they were
afraid to ask. So he taught them that to lead people to God, we must be a servant to
those we lead; we must welcome and care about everyone like we would a small
child; we must accept the resistance, rejection, and abuse of those who feel that their
wealth and power are threatened when we
imitate Jesus. Do we want to lead people to
God by imitating Jesus, we must serve them,
we must receive them as we would a small
child, and we must accept the consequences.
UPCOMING EVENTS
Religious Education:
Classes are held each Tuesday from 6:15pm to
7:30pm in the school auditorium. Parents are
required to pick their child up from the auditorium
at dismissal. Contact Joyce at 482-3984 for info.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation):
Adults interested in becoming Catholic, should
contact the office at 488-2651 to join our RCIA
program. Sessions are each Sunday at 9:15 am
in the Priory. You can reach the RCIA Coordinator
at [email protected]
MIR Group Pilgrimage:
Spots are available to travel with the MIR group
and Fr. John Restrepo, O.P. Catholic Journeys has
organized “an encounter with God” visiting
Fatima, Avila, and Medjugorje. For more call
504-834-4951. This trip has been postponed
until the Springtime. Dates to be announced.
Monthly Mass and Healing Service:
All are invited to attend St. Anthony of Padua’s
Monthly Mass and Healing service which will be
held on Monday, September 28, 2015, 7:00 pm.
Exposition, Adoration, and Healing Prayer follow
Mass the night ends with Benediction.
St. Anthony Social Apostolate:
Please donate non-perishable food items such as
cereals, dried beans, rice, pasta, crackers, peanut
butter, jelly, canned meats and tuna on the weekend of October 3/4, 2015. to help feed those in
need from our community & please be generous.
Rachel's Vineyard:
If you or someone you love is hurting from an
abortion, please attend this healing retreat at
Archdiocese of NOLA Retreat Center October
30 - November 1, 2015; $170 per person
For more info call 460-9360 or 889-2431.
All are invited to
Relive the Days of the
St. Anthony and Sacred Heart
Sunday, October 18, 2015; 4:00 to 7:00 pm
Music from the 40s, 50s & 60s
Ticket Information:
Available at the Church Office or
Return completed form with payment
$25 in advance or $30 at the door
“Thank you” to all those who made
our September dance a great success.
To purchase tickets as “Will Call”:
return this completed form with
payment made out to:
Retreat with Fr. Bash:
St. Anthony of Padua Church
“Becoming a Disciple and Making Disciples for
4640 Canal Street
Jesus” Saturday, October 3, Registration 1pm;
New Orleans, LA 70119
concludes 7pm; Sunday, October 4, 10am-6pm.
Offering $70, includes a lunch and refreshments. NAME(S):
Archdiocese of New Orleans Retreat Center
5500 St. Mary Street + Metairie + Call Susan at
(504) 267-9604 for details.
ADDRESS:
63rd Annual Red-Mass:
The St. Thomas More Catholic Lawyers Association, in
conjunction with the Catholic Bishops of the State of
Louisiana, announce the celebration of the 63rd Annual
Red Mass, invoking the Holy Spirit upon the bench and PHONE:
bar of the State, on Monday, October 5, 2015, at
9:30 AM at St. Louis Cathedral. Archbishop Aymond
will be the celebrant. All are invited to attend.
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Prayer of St. Peter Claver
Oh God, Father of all peoples, You
gave to Peter Claver a heart full of
affection for his brothers and sisters
regardless of race or social position;
give us the grace to practice his virtues in a steady, generous spirit, to
bear witness to Your love in the
midst of Your people and form a union between all of Your children.
Through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.
2016 Mass Intention Book
We will begin accepting Mass
Intentions for 2016 on
Tuesday, September 1, 2015.
Your Name:
Your Phone:
Intention (Name):
Preferred Date:
We will do our best to accommodate you.
Suggested donation per Mass is $5
Return this slip at your convenience
You are also welcomed to
call or stop by the parish office.
The 25TH Sunday in Ordinary Time
XXVII Conferencia
Catismática Católica Hispana
De Nueva Orleans, 2015
¡Que vivan tranquilos los que te aman!
INVITADOS ESPECIALES
Padre, John Mario Montoya
Padre, Benjamin Sanchez
Y la cantante
GE’LA
Apostolado Hispano
2525 Maine Avenue  Metairie, LA 70003
(504) 444-6035  (504) 467-2550
25 de Septiembre 7 to 9:30 pm
26 de Septiembre 8:30 am to 8:00 pm
27 Septiembre 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Próximos eventos
Educación Religiosa:
Clases seran cada martes a las 6:15 a
7:30 pm en el auditorio de la escuela. Se
requieren os padres a recoger a sus hijos
desde el auditorio de despido. Llamar a
Joyce para más información.
RICA:
Adultos que estan interesado en convertirse
en católico o que necesitan cualquiera de
los sacramento, incluyendo los que está
casados civilmente y quieren casarse en la
iglesia, puedan llanar a la oficina.
San Pedro Claver
Pedro Claver, sacerdote Jesuita espa- ñol,
es el santo patrón de Colombia y de la
evangelización entre las personas de color.
Nació en 1580 en una familia de agricultores, recibió educación en la Universidad
Intenciones para 2016
vamos a comenzar aceptando intenciones
para 2016 el martes, 1 de septiembre
Tu Nombre:
Tu Telefono:
Intencion:
Fecha Preferida:
Haremos nuestro mejor esfuerzo para complacerte
Donación sugerida para cada Misa está $5
Devuelva esta hoja a tu
conveniencia
Además puedes llamar
o visitar a la oficina
UN MOMENTO DE CORRESPONSABILIDAD
Santiago pregunta ¿qué puede significar nuestro amor por
Jesucristo si este no resulta en acción en beneficio de nuestro
prójimo? Él sugiere que esta fe sea demostrada
más intensamente en el cuidado por el
necesitado, el que sufre y el menos privilegiado.
La corresponsabilidad incluye proclamar las
Buenas Nuevas poniendo nuestra fe en acción en
beneficio de otros. ¿En qué formas hemos estado
dispuestos a hacer sacrificios y renuncias en el
nombre de Jesucristo y beneficio de nuestro
prójimo?
de Barcelona. Fue conocido por su piedad
y su habilidad intelectual. Se unió a la
comunidad Jesuita en 1602 y fue inspirado
a convertirse en misionero. Escribió en un
libro de notas las palabras que guardó con
él a través de toda su vida: “Debo dedicarme al servicio de Dios hasta la muerte,
en el entendimiento de que soy como un
esclavo.” En el año de 1610 Claver fue
enviado a Cartagena, Colombia, el centro
de comercio de esclavos africanos más
importante. Él estuvo un tiempo en Bogotá
y en Tunja, Colombia, donde se preocupó
profundamente por el horrible trato a los
esclavos traídos de África. En ese tiempo el
comercio de esclavos fue establecido en
América durante casi 100 años. Aunque
esto era condenado por la Iglesia, el
comercio de esclavos era un negocio extraordinariamente rentable y como resultado continuaba floreciendo. En Cartagena,
donde miles de esclavos eran traídos cada
año, Claver se dirigía al muelle en cuanto
divisaba un barco de esclavos. Él se movió
entre las inmundas e insalubres bodegas
de los barcos para curar y ofrecer ministerio a su maltratada y aterrorizada carga
humana. Después de que los esclavos eran
sacados del barco y encerrados en patios
para ser estudiados por los compradores,
Claver les llevaba medicina, alimentos, y
otros artículos básicos. Él hablaba a los
esclavos acerca de su dignidad y del amor
de Cristo por ellos. Durante sus 40 años de
ministerio, Claver trabajó incansablemente
por el cuidado físico y espiritual de los esclavos. Se estima que él solo catequizó y
bautizó a 300,000 de ellos. El ministerio de
Claver se extendió también más allá de los
esclavos. Él predicó en la plaza de la ciu-
dad, dio misiones y llevó los sacramentos a
los marineros, a los comerciantes y a los
ricos terratenientes. Él fue también visitante
frecuente de los hospitales de la ciudad.
Fue una
fuerza
moral en
la ciudad,
eventualmente
se convirtió en
instrumento para mejorar las condiciones
de los esclavos. A la edad de 70 años
Claver se enfermó deuna parálisis similar a
la Enfermedad de Parkinson que casi
acaba con su vida. Los últimos cuatro años
de su vida sufrió un dolor constante y ya no
pudo celebrar la Misa. Su trabajo fue abandonado y él fue olvidado por largo tiempo.
Murió el 9 de septiembre de 1654. Fue
hasta después de su muerte que el enorme
alcance del ministerio de Pedro Claver se
empieza a conocer. Fue canonizado en
1888 por el Papa León XIII y es conmemorado el día 9 de septiembre.
Oh Dios, padre de todos los pueblos,
que diste a Pedro Claver un
corazón lleno de afecto por sus hermanos, sin distincion de razas ni posiciones sociales, concédenos practicar
sus virtudes con un espiritu constante,
generoso, para ser testigos de tu amor
en medio de tu pueblo y principo de
unión entre todos tu hijos. Por Jesucrito Nuestro Señor. Amén.
St. Anthony of Padua Church
Liturgy Intentions
for the Week of September 19 - 25
www.sapparish.org
September 20, 2015
Calendar
Sept. 26/27: Second Collection for St. Anthony of Padua School
Mon. Sept. 28: 7:00 pm Monthly Mass & Healing Service
Oct. 3/4: Social Apostolate Monthly Food Drive
Sun. Oct. 4: Blessing of Animals 1:00 pm
4:00 The Parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua
Oct. 10/11: Second Collection for Parish Improvement Fund
SUN
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time Oct 17/18: Second Collection for World Mission Sunday
Wis 2:12, 17-20; Jas 3:16-4:3; Mk 9:30-37 Sun. Oct. 18: SAP Dance featuring Music from the 40s, 50s, 60s
Mon. Oct. 26: Monthly Mass and Healing Service at 7:00 pm
7:30 John Lacourrege
Sun. Nov. 1: All Saints Day
9:00 Felipe Manuel Diaz, Ester Maria Bello, Nov. 3 - 5: St. Martin de Porres Triduum details to be announced
Nov. 7/8: Our Lady of Fatima Pilgrim Statue visits details soon
Edilia P. Diaz, Freyde López,
Nov. 7/8: Social Apostolate Monthly Food Drive
Ester Bellos, Doña Bertha Alvarado,
Nov. 7/8: Second Collection for Parish Improvement Fund
Galo Laffont,
Francisca Encarnacian Loaisign,
“Blessed are the peacemakers,
Edelmira Juarez de Chacon,
for they will be called sons of God…” Matthew 5:10
Gladys Maria Gutiérrez
SAT
Saint Januarius, Bishop and Martyr
1 Tm 6:13-16; Lk 8:4-15
11:00 Mel & Gasper Schiro, Hayes Vega,
Joyce Kelly, Jerry Kelly,
Jack Pfeffer,
Hattie Dunn DePaoli,
Edelmira Juarez de Chacon,
Maureen McKay Poche,
Howard Zeringue
MON
Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist
Eph 4:1-7, 11-13; Mt 9:9-13
Parish Giving for September 13, 2015
First Collection ($6,500 needed weekly)
12:10 p.m. Weekday Mass
Votives (Candles)
St. Anthony of Padua Social Apostolate
Parish Improvement Fund
$3,527.31
$330.51
$76.48
$97.32
$1,745.39
2nd Collection next week will be for St. Anthony School.
Please be generous. Thank you!
8:15 Dolores Diaz Veliz
12:10 Lillian Davis
TUES
Weekday
Ezr 6:7-8, 12b, 14-20; Lk 8:19-21
8:15 The Souls in Purgatory
12:10 Arthur Francis Lucich
WED
Saint Pius of Pietrelcina, Priest
Ezr 9:5-9; Tb 131; Lk 9:1-6
8:15 Humberto Bracato
12:10 Marie T. Blaum,
Grace Campbell
THUR
Weekday
Hg 1:1-8; Lk 9:7-9
A Dominican Friar meditating on the
Mysteries of the Holy Rosary
Artwork by Fr. John G. Restrepo, O.P.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Note cards and postcards
with this image are
now available in the Church office.
They are also great for framing.
Mass cards with this
image are also available.
8:15 Marion James Porter
12:10 Ellen Geheeb
FRI
Weekday
Hg 2:1-9; Lk 9:18-22
8:15 Megan Stieber
12:10 The Zimmermann Family
SAT
Saints Cosmas and Damian, Martyrs
Zec 2:5-9, 14-15a; Jer 31; Lk 9:43b-45
SUN
Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Nm 11:25-29; Jas 5:1-6; Mk 9:38-43, 45, 47,48
Celebrating 100 Years!
All are invited to “Relive the days of the St. Anthony and Sacred Heart Dances”
See page 2 for details
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August 13, 2016, 4:00 pm
100th Year Celebration Closing Mass
St. Anthony of Padua Church
2015 ~ 2016
St. Anthony of Padua
www.sapparish.org
C
September 20, 2015
Please pray for the Priests of our Archdiocese
entury
lub
Sunday
Sept. 20
Rev.
Travis
John
Clark
27
Rev.
Kevin
Wildes, SJ
Monday
Tuesday
21
22
Rev.
Robert
Gerlich, SJ
Rev.
Daniel E.
Brouillette
28
Rev.
Joseph
Nguyen
29
Very Rev.
Michael
Kettenring,
VF
For information about
the Rosary Congress call
(504) 508-7100
or go to the website
www.rosarycongress.org

For full schedule and other
Wednesday
23
Rev.
Joseph
Santo
Palermo
Friday
24
Rev.
Hoang
Tuong
30
Rev.
Leo
Udeagu, SSJ
Thursday
25
Very Rev.
Gerald
Seiler
Oct. 1
Rev.
Victor
Messina
Saturday
26
Rev.
Oneil
Monzillo
2
Rev.
Anton Ba
Phan
3
Rev.
José
Lavastida
Open House
Christian Brothers will have an
Open House here at the
St. Anthony Campus at 6:30 pm:
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
1st-4th (Boys & Girls) and 5th-7th (Girls)
details, flyers are available
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
in the back of the church.
Open House for the City Park Campus
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
5th-7th (boys)
Tours begin 6:00 pm and 7:15 pm
For applications and information:
(504) 476-6770 or cbs-no.org
PREACH MY PSALTER:
A Dominican Rosary Apostolate
Email: [email protected]
Preach My Psalter
Offers the following on Saturday mornings:
5:00 am Holy Hour with Adoration, Rosary, and Benediction
Confessions available during Holy Hour
6:10 am Eucharistic Celebration
2015 Schedule:
October 3 (First Saturday), 10, 17, 24 & 31;
November 7 (First Saturday), 14, 21, & 28;
December 5 (First Saturday), 12, 19, & 26
Please see flyers on the information desk in the back of church.
Bible Trivia:
Jesus said:
“If anyone wants to be first then he must…
What two things must you do to be first?
(Hint: look in today’s readings)
Last week’s answer:
“His death”
See Mark 8:29-33
St. Alphonsus Liguori wrote:
“Of all devotions, that of adoring Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the
greatest after the Sacraments, the one dearest to God and the one most
helpful to us”. The Eucharist is a priceless treasure: By not only
celebrating the Eucharist, but also by praying before It outside of Mass,
we are enabled to make contact with the very wellsprings of Grace ..."
You are invited to participate in Eucharistic Adoration each Friday
Adoration begins after 8:15 Mass; ends with Benediction at 11:50 am.
You can spend a few minutes, an hour or as much time as you desire.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of Saint Anthony of Padua Parish is to develop an atmosphere for the members
of our Faith Community to live out the four-fold goals of the Catholic Church:
Worship, Word, Service, & Community.
See the website: retreats.arch-no.org or call 504-267-9604

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