March 29, 2015

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March 29, 2015
March 29, 2015 — Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord
DIOCESE OF AUSTIN
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
IN CENTRAL TEXAS
St. Mary’s
Catholic Church
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
St. Mary's is a community of believers dedicated to the living
worship of God. As the only Catholic Church in Limestone
County, our faith community reflects the ethnic diversity of the
towns in which we live. We gather to fulfill our mission as
disciples of Jesus Christ: we hear His Word, we celebrate the
Sacraments and we witness His love to others. Our Christian
witness consists of sharing our spiritual gifts with the grace of
God and the example and prayers of our patron saint, the
Immaculate Conception, among us and with others - striving
to grow in Holiness.
PARISH OFFICE
606 North Bonham St., Mexia, TX 76667
Phone:(254)562-3619 Fax:(254)562-6377
Web page: stmarysmexia.org.
OFFICE HOURS:
Sunday: 9:30AM - 11:30AM
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Wednesday: 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Summer: Wednesday 10:00 AM – 4:00PM)
PARISH CLERGY
Pastor: Rev. Fr. Justin Nguyen
Email: [email protected]
Deacon Richard Johnson
Email: [email protected]
Deacon Dwight Mahoney
Phone: (254) 729-2573
Deacon Daniel Ramirez
Phone: (254) 562-9196
PARISH STAFF & VOLUNTEERS
Secretary: Juanita Rodriguez
Email: [email protected]
Finance Manager: Mary Seale
Email: [email protected]
CCE director: Filomena Contreras and Gladys Mendoza
Parish council chairman: Mary Jane Merhinger
Finance council chairman:
CELEBRATION OF THE HOLY EUCHARIST
Sunday Masses:
8:00 & 10:00 AM (English); 12:00 PM (Spanish)
Weekday Masses: Tuesday - Friday 12:00 PM
Established 1886
DEVOTION
Adoration: 1st Fridays 11:00 AM
3rd Saturday 7:00PM (Spanish)
Rosary: 30 minutes before Sunday Masses
CELEBRACION DE LOS SACRAMENTOS
CELEBRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE
Wednesday 5:00PM – 6:00PM
Sunday AM : 7:15-7:45, 9:15-9:45, 11:15-11:45
During office hours, or by Appointment.
SACRAMENTO DE RECONCILIACION
Miércoles 5:00PM – 6:00PM
Domingo AM: 7:15-7:45, 9:15-9:45, 11:15-11:45
Durante las horas de la oficina o con cita.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptism is after Sunday Masses
Baptismal class:
English class: by appointment.
Spanish class: 3rd Sunday of each month at
9:00AM-11:00AM
SACRAMENTO DE BAUTISMO
Bautismos: después de la Santa Misa en Domingo.
Las clases pre-bautismales para Padres y Padrinos.
Clases en Ingles: son con cita
Clases en Español: El tercer Domingo
de cada mes a las 9:00AM-11:00AM
SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Contact the office at least 6 month in advance.
SACRAMENTO DE MATRIMONIO
Comunicasen al despacho parroquial con 6 meses de
anticipó.
SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK
Contact the priest immediately if you or your family
members: are seriously ill; will have a major surgery;
are old aged or in danger of death.
SACRAMENTO DE UNCION DE LOS ENFERMOS
Comunicasen con el padre mediatamente si usted o un
familiar esta grabe o va tener una operación seria o si
es una persona de la tercer edad o peligro de muerte.
MINISTERS OF THE WEEK
Altar Servers:
8:00AM: Bradley Gragg, Lewis Taylor,
Amanda Howard, Belen Hernandez,
Alberto Hernandez.
10:00AM: Alex Lira, Samantha Lira, Mani Contreras,
Jimmy Nguyen, Johnny Nguyen.
12:00PM: Dionicio Azuara, Ana Mendoza, Alexis Rivero
Stephanie Hernandez, Diego Hernandez.
Lectors:
8:00AM: Cindy Collins (L) & Michael Gragg (A)
10:00AM: Rick Schlitt (L) & Rollin Kerzee (A)
12:00PM: Leticia Mora (L) & Belen Cisneros (A)
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THIS WEEK
Sunday:
8:00AM: +John Klehn
10:00AM: +Kristin Keally
12:00PM: Pro Populo
Tuesday: No Mass (Chrism Mass at St. Vincent de Paul in Austin)
Wednesday: In Thanksgiving of: Fr. Benjie Birthday
Holy Thursday: +W.D. Willett
Good Friday: +Floyd Swick
Holy Saturday:
Extraordinary Minister of the Cup:
8:00AM: Florence Smith
10:00AM: Helen Matthews
12:00PM: Marcelino Ayala
COLLECTION REPORT
Weekly average needed: $3,400.00
Offering Last Sunday: $3,785.75
Thank you for your generosity!
Pastoral Council members: Gordon Lee, Margaret May,
Matt Wilson, Linda Kuborn, Darlene Arrington, Filomena
Contreras, Jeanette Estrada, Daniel Mata III.
Finance Council members: Don Atland, Ben Arrington, Ayala
Marcelino, Janice Davis, Jessica Garcia, Helen Matthews, Polo
Mora, Ray Zies, Mary Seale.
Bishop Vásquez’ Prayer Intention

For an end to violence and terrorism in the Holy Land …
 Por que la violencia y el terrorismo en Tierra Santa lleguen a
su fin...
Consider St. Mary’s in your Will and Testament.
Leave a legacy with your Church.
Waco Deanery Lent Penance Service

Wednesday, April 1st, at 7pm — St. Joseph (Waco/Bellmead)
Let us pray for the sick: Elizabeth Melvin, John Quinton, Walter Kimmerling, Mary Mahoney, Joanna Brennan, Wendy Simmons, Darlene Arrington, Lisa Hill, Donald Teeple, Leah Glaze,
Randy Goolsby, Joe Russo, Reagan Jones, Dian & David Frederick, Charles Little and Nelta Little, & Daniel De Anda.
Let us pray for the deceased: Alan High, Lesile Lambar, Pablo
Santana, Elsa Guaman & Joanie Welch.
Considere a Santa María en su testamento.
Deja un legado con su Iglesia.
PARISH ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EVENTS
ANUNCIOS EN ESPAÑOL
The Book of Exodus: The Bible study group will meet today at
9:00 A.M.. We will meet in the conference room of the new
parish hall.
Formación de la Fe para adultos: Son todos los martes a las
7:00 PM en el salón parroquial.
Easter Basket Raffle: St. Mary’s Ladies Altar Guild are selling
raffle tickets after Mass. They have two baskets one for children
and one for the adults $5.00 a ticket. All proceeds will go towards the Church.
St. Mary's youth: Will meet today from 11-12PM. In the Parish Hall. Please join us
Confession: Last opportunity for confession is on Wednesday,
April 1st at 3:30p.m.-5:30 p.m. There will be NO CONFESSION on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday.
The Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy
Saturday): It marks the most significant events of Holy Week
and of the whole year, honoring the final three days of our Lord.
Please take your time to be with the Lord on these days.
Holy Thursday Solemn Adoration schedule: After the Mass
of the Lord’s Supper, We will go on the procession to the Garden of Gethsimani with the Lord to be with him for “one hour”.
8-8:30 Youth; 8:30-9: Knights of Columbus, 9-9:30 Ladies Altar Guild; 9:30-10 Spirits; 10-10:30 Spanish Lectors; 10:30-11:
Mantos Maria; 11-11:30 Charismatic Group; 11:30-12: Guadalupanos.
Stations of the Cross on Good Friday:
4:00 p.m.– Way of the Cross in Spanish
5:00 p.m.– Way of the Cross in English followed by Veneration
of the Cross and Holy Communion.
EASTER TRIDUUM SCHEDULE
HOLY THURSDAY: 6:00PM the Mass of the Lord’s Supper,
adoration after Mass until midnight.
GOOD FRIDAY: 6:00PM the Service of the Lord’s Passion.
HOLY SATURDAY: 8:30PM Easter Vigil
EASTER SUNDAY: As normal Sunday schedule.
Fish Fry: The Knights of Columbus will sponsor a Fish Fry on
Good Friday after the Service of the Lord’s Passion. Everyone
is welcome to join us .
The Good Friday Pontifical Collection: Every year, each parish in the United States takes up a collection on Good Friday, as
designated by the Holy Father. This collection helps support the
work of the Franciscans in the Holy Land. The money is used to
care for the people and places of the Holy Land. This collection
keep Christianity alive in this area made holy by the life, suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
Boletos de Rifa: El Grupo Guadalupano esta viendo boletos de
rifa para una laptop el boleto es a $10. La rifa se lleva acabo el
3 de mayo en Festival Jamaica.
El grupo juvenil de St. Mary’s: Tendrá junta hoy a las 1112pm. En salón parroquial. Por favor, únase a nosotros.
Confesiones: Última oportunidad para la confesión es el miércoles 1 de abril a las 3:30-5:30p.m. No habrá CONFESIÓN el
Jueves Santo, Viernes Santo y Sábado Santo.
El Triduo Pascua (Jueves Santo, Viernes Santo, Sábado
Santo): Marca los eventos más importantes de la Semana Santa
y de todo el año, en honor a los tres últimos días de nuestro Señor. Por favor, tómese su tiempo para estar con el Señor en estos días.
Jueves Santo Solemne Adoración: Después de la Misa de la
Cena del Señor, vamos a ir en la procesión a la Getsemaní con
el Señor para estar con él para "una hora". 8-8:30 El grupo juvenil; 8:30-9: Caballeros de Colón, 9-9:30 Las Señoras del Altar;
9:30-10 Los Espíritus; 10-10:30 Los lectores de español; 10:30
-11: Mantos María; 11-11:30 Grupo Carismática; 11:30-12:
Grupo Guadalupano.
Via Cruces el Viernes Santo:
4:00p.m. - Camino de la Cruz en español
5:00 pm- Camino de la Cruz en Inglés seguida por Veneración
de la Cruz y la Sagrada Comunión.
TRIDUO PASCUAL CALENDARIO
JUEVES SANTO: 6:00PM la Misa de la Cena del Señor, y la
adoración después de la Misa hasta la medianoche.
VIERNES SANTO: 6:00PM Servicio de la Pasión del Señor.
SÁBADO SANTO: 8:30PM Vigilia de Pascua
DOMINGO DE PASCUA: Como horario normal el domingo
Pescado Frito: Los Caballeros de Colón patrocinarán pescado
frito el Viernes Santo después de que el Servicio de la Pasión
del Señor. Todos son muy bienvenidos.
Colecta para El Viernes Santo Pontificia: Cada año, cada
parroquia en los Estados Unidos ocupa una colecta en el Viernes Santo, según lo señalado por el Santo Padre. Esta colecta
ayuda a apoyar la labor de los franciscanos en la Tierra Santa.
El dinero se utiliza para el cuidado de las personas y los lugares
de la Tierra Santa. Esta colecta es para a mantener vivo el cristianismo en esta zona santificada por la vida, el sufrimiento, la
muerte y resurrección de nuestro Señor, Jesucristo.
Divine Mercy Novena: Starts on Good Friday. There are Chaplet Booklets at end of Church foyer. Feel free to take one.
Novena de la Divina Misericordia: Inicia el Viernes Santo.
Hay folletos de la Coronilla en el pasillo de la iglesia. Siéntase
libre de tomar uno.
New liturgical schedule: We have new liturgical schedule from
April to June at the end of the Church foyer. Please pick one up
for yourself. If you know that you are not here on your assign
date, please help us to find your replacement. Thank you for
ministry
Nuevo calendario litúrgico: Tenemos nuevo calendario litúrgico de abril a junio, esta el pasillo de la iglesia. Por favor llevase
uno Así usted sabe que usted no está aquí en la fecha de asignación, por favor ayudarnos a encontrar su reemplazo. Gracias por
ministerio
Holy Week - Sacred Triduum
This week is the heart of the Church year. The word “holy” in the descriptive title
“Holy Week” highlights this week as unique and most holy in the annual cycle of time for
Christians. Official Church rituals and other traditions observed during this week remember
and make present the passing of Jesus from life to death to new life and all of creation along
with him.
A distinct framework of Holy Week developed first in Jerusalem. There the actual
sites were located where the historical events of Jesus’ suffering, death, and resurrection occurred. When the Christian religion was legalized in 313, the baptized who lived in or near
Jerusalem gathered publicly on the anniversary of the events at the places identified by tradition as “the holy places.” They relived the events with songs, readings from the story (the
gospel passion narrative), procession, and vigils. Much of what is known about the ancient
religious traditions surrounding Holy Week and Easter come from vivid accounts written in
diaries by Egeria. She was a pilgrim from northwestern Spain who visited the Holy Land in
381 - 384. These Jerusalem practices were brought to Europe by pilgrims to the Holy Land
such as Egeria. In time, the Universal (Catholic) Church incorporated features of them into
the official liturgies of what had become a “Holy Week.”
Originally, therefore, there was no Holy Week. The Pasha (Hebrew word meaning
‘passing by‘or ’passing through’) was celebrated in the context of a single day: Easter Vigil.
It began with the sunset on the Sabbath evening and continued until dawn on the first day of
the week or Sunday. By the 5th century, this Paschal Mystery had been broken down into its
historical pieces, partly under the influence of borrowing from Jerusalem. The nucleus was
called the Sacred Triduum (Latin, “three days”): Friday until Easter morning. It remembered
the death, burial, and resurrection. Later, Holy Thursday was included because all days were
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Convenient Store—lighted fishing pier
Come out for the week, weekend, night or simply for the day
Officers:
President: Kathy Contreraz
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Vice –President Kathy Satsky
(254) 765-3935
Secretary: Margaret May
(254) 562-2641
Treasurer: Darlene Arrington
(254) 562-5697
ALL LADIES ARE WELCOME. WE
MEET EVERY 2ND SUNDAY OF
EACH MONTH.
Parishioners
Say a Special
Prayer For
The Continuing
Unity of
Families.
TEXAS
PRISON MUSEUM
Huntsville, Texas
Exit 118 off I-45
Open: Mon – Sat 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun. Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Director: Jim Willett
Family Haircut — Peinados
Tape Fade — Alaciados
Low Fade — Depilación
Mohawk — Rayitos
Perm & Tints — Cortes
Highlights– Permanentes & Tintes
Wax — Mechones
Buffalo Livestock Sale
Every Saturday
at Noon.
HORARIO:
LUNES — CERRADO
M –V 11:00 A.M. –8:00 P.M.
SABADO 9:00 A.M.— 8:00 P.M.
DOMINGO 9:00 A.M.— 2:00 P.M.

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