St. Anthony`s School St. Anthony of Padua St Agnes Mission Church

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St. Anthony`s School St. Anthony of Padua St Agnes Mission Church
St. Anthony of Padua
5770 N. Maroa, Fresno Ca 93704-2038
(559) 439-0124 Fax: (559) 439-3050
www.stanthonyfresno.org
Parish Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
(open during lunch)
Mass Schedule
St Agnes Mission Church
111 W. Birch St., Pinedale, Ca 93650
(559) 439-2100
www.stagnesfresno.org
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 4:00pm
(Closed for lunch 12:30 - 1:30pm)
(Closed Wednesdays)
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 8:00am., 5:15pm (Vigil Mass), 7:00pm (Spanish)
Sunday: 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am,
1:00pm (Spanish), 3:30pm (Latin), 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am, 10:30am (Spanish)
No Daily Mass
Daily Mass Schedule
(September - May)
Confessions will be held at St. Anthony's
Monday - Thursday: 6:45am, 8:00am
Friday: 6:45am, 8:45am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Tuesday: 7:00 - 8:00pm
First Friday: 5:30pm (Chapel)
Misa en español del Primer Viernes: 7:00pm
(Capilla de Guadalupe)
Perpetual Adoration
24 hours a day, 7 days a week located in the Parish Office
Sacrament of Reconciliation (confesiones)
Saturday: 11:00am - 12:00pm AND 2:30pm - 4:30pm
St. Anthony’s School
5680 N. Maroa,
Fresno, Ca 93704
(559) 435-0700 Fax: (559) 435-6749
www.sasfresno.com
Principal: Mrs. Kim Cochran
St. Anthony's Staff
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Clergy
Pastor
Parochial Vicar
Parochial Vicar, St. Agnes Mission
In Residence
Parish Deacon
Parish Deacon
Mission Statement
Rev. Msgr. Rob Wenzinger
Rev. Fr. Loren Blessing
Rev. Ricardo D. Magdaleno
Rev. Msgr. Myron J. Cotta, V.G.
Rev. Mr. Edward C. Valdez
Rev. Mr. Ricardo DeLeon
The Catholic Christian Community of
St. Anthony of Padua welcomes all to our
celebrations of God’s love. Through prayer,
education, sacraments, caring and stewardship,
we strive to serve the needs of God’s people and
Religious
Parish Sister
Parish Sister
Parish Sister
Religious Ed. Secretary
Sunday Pre-School
Youth Group Ministries
Youth Group Assistant
Contact Person
Rev. Msgr. Rob Wenzinger
Mary Mosier
Chris Shiveley
Teri Lóera
Lilli Angela Antonio
Sherry Otero
Martha Danks-Ferguson
Jan Spraggins
Mary Socorro Briseño
Tom Neumeier
Teri Lóera
Sharon Christison
Edgar Briseño
Hermana Teresa de Jesús
Lynn Medeiros
David Sarkisian
Norma Jean Liscano
Sister Flor
Sister Rosa Maria
Aida Bolton
Martha Danks-Ferguson
Sharon Christison
Sarah Moreno
School Principal
Mrs. Kim Cochran
Pastor
Administrator, Parish
Administrative Asst.
Administrative Asst.
Accts. Receivable
Bookkeeper
Adult Religious Ed.
Bulletin Editor
Children's Religious Ed.
Finance/Facilities
Infant Baptisms
High School Sacraments
Hispanic Ministries
Hispanic Ministries Asst.
Marriage Coordinator
Music Ministries
Parish Ministries
to gain a richer understanding of the gospel
Sr. Flor Azevedo, FHIC
Sr. Rosa Maria Branco, FHIC
Hna. Teresa de Jesús, MCSTNJ
message of love.
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St. Anthony’s School ~ 435-0700
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St. Agnes Mission Church ~ 439-2100
Parish Administrator
Director of Religious Ed.
Hispanic Ministries
Annette Amparano
Phyllis Carmona
Miguel Mireles
394-5058
299-5549
259-4205
[email protected]
Welcome to St. Anthony’s
We at St. Anthony of Padua Church extend our heart in a warm welcome to you. Whether a long term resident or newly arrived in
the Parish, we are so grateful you are with us. If you have not registered, or would like to update registration information, please
fill out this form; you may place it in the collection basket or mail/drop off at the Parish Office.
Name_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Address___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City____________________________________
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Sacraments
www.stanthonyfresno.org
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READINGS CAN BE FOUND AT #916
Readings and Mass Intentions
(May 12 - May 19, 2013)
Banns of Marriage
The following couples will marry in the
coming weeks:
Andrew Chavez and Haley Sawyer
Ignacio Gomez, Jr. and Verenice Ramirez
Nicolas Pauli and Brenda Romero
If you know of any canonical reason for them not to
be married, please contact the Parish Office.
Pray for the Sick:
We pray for Reginald Ruelas,
Elizabeth Stittich and all those who are sick. May
they feel the healing power of our prayers.
Sunday 5/12
#916
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:oo pm
Monday 5/13
6:45 am
8:00 am
Tuesday 5/14
Condolences:
We pray for Darrell Abrajamson,
Rosanna Diaz, Leo Villanueva, Ruth Neer,
and all the faithful departed. Eternal rest grant unto
them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon
them. May they rest in peace.
6:45 am
8:00 am
Wednesday 5/15
6:45 am
8:00 am
Thursday 5/16
Recently Requested Masses
And Intentions
Bernard Edoga & deceased Edgoa Family members
Tom Steele by Maureen Saunders
Joe Braccino by Tom & Jane Ferdinandi
Tom Steele by Tom & Jane Ferdinandi
Tom Steele by John & Laura Mahoney
Tom Steele by Harvey & Lillian Armas
Thomas Steele by The Candle Light Guild
Tom Steele by Barbara Orlando
E.J. Edwan by Francis & Lenore Samson
Gabriela Pitts by Mark & Katie DeLeon
Tom Steele by The Young Ladies Institute #127
Intentions
Jim Schmiederer by Rose Marie Stockton
Dr. Paul Frye by The Frye Family
Olympia Rodriguez by Katie & Mark DeLeon
Baptisms
We welcome the infants who were recently initiated
into the family of Christ. May they always feel the
love of God working through their lives as they are
guided by their parents and godparents.
Jaxon Alexander Camarena,
Ivy Elizabeth Clevenger,
Gavin Michael Davis,
Trevor James Davis,
Odalys Roselyn Gonzalez,
Brandon Miguel Perez-Cordova,
Jayden Kenneth Perez,
Jiovanni Isaiah Perez,
Israel Portillo,
Jaylah Portillo,
Leonardo Portillo,
Mila Camdyn Vasquez
6:45 am
8:00 am
Friday 5/17
6:45 am
8:45 am
Saturday 5/18
#920
Acts 7:55-60; Ps 97:1-2, 6-7, 9; Rv 22:12-14, 16-17, 20;
Jn 17:20-26; or, for Ascension, Acts 1:1-11; Ps 47:2-3, 6-9;
Eph 1:17-23 or Heb 9:24-28; 10:19-23;Lk 24:46-53
All Mothers, Living and Deceased
All Mothers, Living and Deceased
All Mothers, Living and Deceased
All Mothers, Living and Deceased
All Mothers, Living and Deceased
Pro Populo
Acts 19:1-8; Ps 68:2-3ab, 4-5acd, 6-7ab; Jn 16:29-33
† Celina Brazil by Dan & Carolyn Golden
† Catherine Tricarico & Sarina Pecora by Antoinette & Angelo Pecora
Acts 1:15-17, 20-26; Ps 113:1-8; Jn 15:9-17
† Deceased Members of the Tony & AnnaMarie Ochinero Famliy
† Yoao Benette by Paulo & Tere DosSantos
Acts 20:28-38; Ps 68:29-30, 33-36ab; Jn 17:11b-19
† Maria Tran, Thi Thin by Jacquelyn Nguyen Ly
† Eleanor Stittich by Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Pecora
Acts 22:30; 23:6-11; Ps 16:1-2a, 5, 7-11; Jn 17:20-26
† Albert Buccieri by Angela Buccieri
† Eleanor M. Stittich by Elizabeth Stittich
Acts 25:13b-21; Ps 103:1-2, 11-12, 19-20ab; Jn 21:15-19
† Angelo Marrone by Carla Tonya
† Pietro & Davidina Mastrocinque by Rosanna Lampman
Acts 28:16-20, 30-31; Ps 11:4, 5, 7; Jn 21:20-25
8:00 am
† Josephine Arriet by Catholic Dtrs Assoc. #1661
5:15 pm
† Frank Ochinero by Genevieve Ochinero & family
7:00 pm (Spanish) † Luis Rodriguez por su familia
Sunday 5/19
#921
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:oo pm
Vigil: Gn 11:1-9 or Ex 19:3-8a, 16-20b or Ez 37:1-14 or Jl 3:1-5;
Ps 104:1-2, 24, 35, 27-30; Rom 8:22-27; Jn 7:37-39
Day: Acts 2:1-11; Ps 104:1, 24, 29-31, 34; 1 Cor 12:3b-7, 12-13
or Rom 8:8-17; Jn 20:19-23 or Jn 14:15-16, 23b-26
† Robert Henderson by Ron & Kathi O’Rourke
† Rose Pardini by Pat & Linda Mastro
† Belen Trujillo by Ramona Facio
† Maria Soledad Donato Duran por la familia de Sergio Garcia
Pro Populo
† Elliott Chielpegian by Pat & Linda Mastro
For the weekend of May 5, 2013
This week’s plate income: $25,937.00
Last year’s plate income: $27,497.39
Difference:
-$ 1,560.39
Year to Date Plate Collection:
7/1/2011 – 4/30/2012 $ 1,063,152.50
7/1/2012 – 3/31/2013 $ 1,084,810.87
Difference
+ $ 21,658.37
Thank you for your generosity!
Religious Education
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May 12, 2013
RADIANT JOY
or
Life Teen
it’s your
When: Saturday May 18 after 5:15pm Mass
Sunday, May 19 after morning Masses AND 6:00pm Mass
Where: Outside the Conference Room
BBQ’d for you by The Knights of Columbus and LifeTeen
Proceeds go to LifeTeen Retreat Ministry.
All teens in High School are welcome to
attend our 6:00pm Mass. Come sit up
front in the Main Section of the Church.
Our Life Nights immediately follow until
9:00pm.
th
May 12 ~ NO Life Night
for Mothers Day
For more information call, Sharon @
439-0124 ext 111
R.C.I.A ~ Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults ~ Do know anyone who may be interested in becoming part of
the Catholic church? Or maybe someone who is in need of Confirmation or First Communion? Please join us. We
meet every Tuesday @ 6:30pm in the Conference Room. New inquirers are always welcome ~ no
preregistration is required. (accompanying friends are welcome too)! Please JOIN us! Contact Martha if you
have any questions or just need more information at 439-0124 ext 114.
STEUBENVILLE SAN DIEGO is an amazing annual gathering of Catholic teens held at the University of San Diego.
Join over 4,000 Catholic teens and their chaperones for a weekend FULL of fun, friendship and faith. There's
great music, incredible speakers , time for prayer and really good food!
WHEN: July 26 - 28, 2013
WHERE: Jenny Craig Pavilion @ the University of San Diego
WHO:
All high school teens, graduating 8th graders (incoming freshmen) through 2013 graduating seniors.
(NOTE: There is also a young adult tract if you are over 18 and have been out of high school 1 year or more.)
COST:
$275 includes travel, food and lodging @ USD, and t-shirt.
("Travel meals," snacks and souvenirs are NOT included.)
Registration forms are available in the parish office or online at www.stanthonyfresno.org.
You may email Sharon Christison at [email protected]
G.I.F.T.
GROWING IN FAITH TOGETHER
Edge
All 6th, 7th, & 8th graders
ALWAYS WELCOME!
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 7:45pm in the Social Hall
HAPPY EASTER!
May 14th
Chapel XLT
Sharon Christison at 439-0124 ext. 111 or
[email protected]
Religious Education Program
K - 6th grades
Early Registration now
through May 31st
Please see our website at:
www.stanthonyfresno.org
For more information, contact:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119
[email protected]
A FAMILY PRAYER FOR THE YEAR OF FAITH
O God our Father, in Jesus you call all Christian families and homes to be signs of living faith.
By the light of the Holy Spirit, lead us to be thankful for the gift of faith, and by that gift
may we grow in our relationship with Jesus, your Son, and be confident witnesses to Christian hope and joy to
all we meet. In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Parish Ministries
www.stanthonyfresno.
LIVE WITH PASSION!
REV. CEDRIC PISEGNA, C.P. @ ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH
MAY 13th - 15th MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY!
Morning Mission w/Mass begins at 9:30am Evening Missions
begins at 7pm - NO Mass
Bring your family and friends! Childcare is available.
THE MONTHLY MEMORIAL MASS † SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013
The Monthly Memorial Mass is Saturday, May 18th @ 5:15pm. At this
Mass the descendants names will be read out loud and a candle will be
lit in memory of those who have passed away a year ago in May 2012,
here at St. Anthony’s Church. We invite members of the families to
come up after Mass to take the candle home as a memorial to your
loved one. Questions? Please call 439-0124, ext. 105. or 112.
FATIMA’S FAITHFUL MONTHLY MEETING
“Fatima, more important than ever.” ~ Blessed John Paul II
Come join Fatima's Faithful Group on Thursday, May 23rd, @ 6:30pm
in Parish Office Boardroom. We will be discussing Chapter 18 and
Appendix 1. New comers are always welcome. For further information
please contact Sr. Rosa Maria in the Office of Ministries at: 439-0124, 112.
THERE WILL BE ‘NO’ TAIZÉ
PRAYER SERVICE IN MAY
Hope to see you in June!
Have a safe Memorial Weekend!
“Be Still, and know that I am God”
~Psalm 46:10
There will be NO St. Anthony
Food Drive in May! As always,
we thank for your generosity
May God bless you all!
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'Today our Lord Jesus
Christ ascended into
heaven; let our hearts
ascend with him. "If
you have risen with
Christ, set your hearts
on the things that are
above where Christ is,
seated at the right hand
of God..." For just as he remained with
us even after his ascension, so we too are
already in heaven with him, even though
what is promised us has not yet been
fulfilled in our bodies.' (St. Augustine)
JOIN US FOR
THE FEAST OF
SAINT ANTHONY!
PATRON OF OUR
PARISH ON
THURSDAY, JUNE 13
All parishioners are invited to
come & celebrate the Feast of
Our Patron Saint on Thursday,
June 13th, & Bilingual Mass @ 6pm
followed by a Procession to the St.
Anthony School grounds, there
will be lots of food, music, and
much more. Please bring a dessert
to share (you may drop it off at
the Social Hall before Mass). If you
have any questions please call the
Office of Ministries at: 439-0124, ext.
112.
ST. ANN’S BRIDGE CLUB
Monday, May 13, at 12:00 noon
in the Conference Room.
For reservations call Rose Marie at:
439-2601 or Ann at: 439-1649.
Newcomers are always welcomed!
24 HOUR PERPETUAL ADORATION CHAPEL
Permanent & 2nd Adorers & a 3pm Hour Captain is Needed!
If you are interested & would like to become an Adorer or Hour Captain…
PLEASE check the schedule on the board for a time & day that is convenient for you & call the Office of
Ministries at: 439-0124 ext.105 or 112. Please see some hours below in need of Adorers. Thank you!
12am Saturday / 2am Tuesday, Thursday & Friday/ 3am Tues./Saturday & Sunday
11am Thursday / 1pm Monday, Thursday & Sat. / 2pm Saturday / 3pm Tuesday & Saturday
4pm Thursday & Saturday / 6pm Saturday/ 8pm Saturday/ 11pm Mon., Wed., & Saturday
“When you awake in the night, transport yourself quickly in the spirit before the Tabernacle, saying: ‘Behold, my God, I come to adore
you, to praise, thank, and love you and to keep you company with all
the Angels.” ~ St. John Vianney
News You Can Use
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St. Agnes Mission Church
Our 3rd Annual Car Show and Vendor Faire is coming soon! (June 29). To enter a classic car,
bike or truck or for vendor booth information, please contact OUR Parish Office at 439-2100, visit
our website at www.stagnesfresno.org or Mannie Fernandez at 323-6314.
We are also in need of donations. If you would like to donate water, soda or other items please
contact Mannie Fernandez at 323-6314.
“Gracious giving, like gracious receiving comes from the heart.”
MISSION PRAYER
God, our Father, we thank you for this time of renewal.
Make our hearts hungry and thirsty for you.
Recreate our minds and hearts with the fire of your Word
during our mission.
Open us to the sweet presence of the Holy Spirit.
We want to be filled with Joy and Peace!
We pray for the grace to say, “Yes” to you!
We ask this in the name of Jesus the Lord.
Amen!
O Mary, my Mother,
I offer you my soul, my mind, and my heart.
Make of me God's instrument.
Give me a penetrating mind to discover,
firm to judge, open to understand, free to serve the truth;
an honest mind in telling what it sees rather than what it
wants to see;
a tolerant mind which does not dictate to other people,
but which explain what it sees clearly;
a mind infused by the light and the truth of your Son Jesus,
patient in faith, while waiting for the vision of eternal life.
Amen.
ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOL
St. Anthony's School is looking for enthusiastic, energetic, and positive Teachers for our Catholic school. Our school is
a fully accredited K-8 school. We are seeking two teachers for the 2013-14 school year. Please call Mary Margaret
Stone @ (559) 435-0700 x231 or email resumes to [email protected] The deadline to apply is May 24.
Applicants must have a bachelors degree, teaching credential, or be working towards obtaining a credential.
Interested applicants should download an application from our school web site www.sasfresno.com.
FIRST GRADE TEACHER
The position involves responsibility for all academic subject areas within an integrated curriculum. The role also
involves working collaboratively as a team member. Reporting to parents and involving parents in their children’s
education are additional key responsibilities. All St. Anthony School teachers share in covering routine duties; attend
faculty meetings and other meetings as needed. The ability to communicate and manage a classroom are essential.
8TH GRADE HOMEROOM TEACHER
This position would entail the following responsibilities:
• Teach classes of students in 7th & 8th grade.
• Collaborate with classroom teachers and principal on assignments that integrate technology into the core
subjects.
• Communicate with parents on the progress of students.
The candidate must be a practicing Catholic who will model the values and teachings of the Catholic Church and who
has a passion for working with middle school children, various content areas, and differentiated instruction.
Mrs. Kimberly Cochran
Principal
[email protected]
(559) 435-0700 x233
www.stanthonyfresno.org
Around our Diocese
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C.P.D.E.S.
86th Annual Portuguese Celebration
MAY 17 - 19, 2013
SCHEDULE
Friday, May 17 Blessing of the meat @ 5:00pm
Saturday, May 18
St. Columbia Catholic Church
(Chowchilla)
(172 W. Jefferson, Fresno)
Saturday, May 18 Rosary @ 1:30pm
(208 W. Jefferson, Fresno)
Speakers include:
Msgr. Myron Cotta,
Fr Gustavo Lopez O.S.J.,
Daniel Lynch
Sunday, May 19 Parade
Mass @ 11:30am(Sopas served following Mass)
Dinner @ 7:00pm - dancing will follow dinner
Grand March 8:30pm
Cost is $20.00 and includes lunch. Please register in advance.
Call 559-660-5228 or email [email protected], or
www.materchristi.com
Please invite your family and friends - ALL are
welcome!! There is no cost for the festivities,
donations are appreciated.
Catholic Charities
Saturday, May 25, 2013
9:30am - 3:00pm
Sister Disciples of the Divine Master Convent
(3700 N Cornelia Ave)
For registrations please call Sr. Aurora at 275-9978
Please bring a sack lunch, notebook and pen.
Please Note: This retreat is for young, single women ages 18 - 25.
with
Sacred Heart Church
Thursday, May 16, 2013
7:00pm Praise
7:30pm Mass
Diocese of Fresno “Providing Help. Creating Hope.”
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
In the past year, Catholic Charities has provided
service to over 110,000 clients throughout the Diocese and
have given away over 1,600,000 pounds of food. That equates
to approximately 2 cargo ships. The average family income for
those seeking assistance was less than $8,000.00 per year
and forty three percent of the clients were under the age of 17.
For your information, with every dollar that is donated to
Catholic Charities, 87 cents goes directly back to programs
and services.
Please help us to continue providing these valuable
services to those less fortunate by giving of your treasure
during our annual Special Collection the weekend of
May18th – 19th. Feel free to contact Kelly Lilles, Executive
Director at Catholic Charities email: [email protected] or by
phone 559-237-0851. Thank you and God bless you for your
generosity and please come down and see us anytime for a
tour of the Agency.
RESEARCH TODAY FOR A CANCER-FREE TOMORROW
What if your involvement ultimately leads to eliminate cancer as a major health problem for this and future
generations? The AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY will be enrolling participants for their newest research study, the
Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3) in the greater Fresno area this week. Individuals may choose to participate if they
are willing to make a long-term commitment to the study (completing surveys periodically over the next 20-30 years),
are between the ages of 30 and 65 years old and have never been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer Survivors are
asked to help spread the word, and encourage family members and friends to enroll. For more information visit
www.CPS3centralvalley.org or call us at 1-888-604-5888 or e-mail [email protected]
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Pagina 8
12 de mayo 2013
Reflexionemos sobre la Palabra de Dios
La palabra de Dios nos recuerda que no importa lo que haya pasado en nuestra vida o lo que
pasará en el futuro, Dios nos proveerá “el resto de la historia”. Jesús ora al Padre por sus
discípulos y por todos los que oirán las palabras de ellos acerca de él. Él ora para que todos sean
uno. El final que Dios ha planeado para todos los que creen en Jesús es que entraremos en una
unión con Jesús, con el Padre y con el Espíritu Santo. Hoy también somos testigos del final de
la historia de uno de los primeros predicadores del Evangelio, el diácono Esteban. Mientras lo
apedreaban oraba al Señor Jesús para que recibiera su espíritu y para que perdonara a sus
verdugos. El final de la historia de Esteban en esta tierra le hace eco a las últimas palabras de
Jesús desde la cruz en el Evangelio de Lucas. Por último, el autor del libro del Apocalipsis enseña una imagen de Jesús
como principio y fin de la historia humana. Él regresará al final de los tiempos y llegará con su recompensa para “dar a
cada uno según sus obras” (Apocalipsis 22:12). Al final, pues, se cumplirá el pan de Dios de unidad, perdón y gloria. Y
FONDO DE ASISTENCIA
Voluntarios estarán en las salidas de
la iglesia hoy aceptando sus generosa
contribución para el fondo de
Asistencia de la Parroquia. Gracias!
TU PUEDES SER MISIONERO/A CON NOSOTRAS!!
CON SU DONACION
ECONOMICA LAS
MISIONERAS
CARMELITAS
CONTINUARAN
SU MISION DE
EXTENDER EL
REINO DE DIOS
ENTRE LOS POBRES
La Corresponsabilidad Vivida Ahora
Dale a Dios de sobra — no de lo que te sobra.
¿Cuánto hace que consideraste cuidadosamente lo que le
das a Dios? Revisa tus finanzas. ¿Refleja tu ofrenda para
la obra de la Iglesia una verdadera gratitud a Dios por lo
que te ha dado, o das más bien de lo que te sobra?
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INSCRIPCIONES ABIERTAS
EDUCACIÓN RELIGIOSA
Creciendo Juntos En Nuestra Fe
Catecismo para niños y jóvenes del K al 8vo grado
El paquete de Inscripción Temprana para el Catecismo
y Primera Comunión ya esta disponible en la oficina de
la parroquia. Ultimo día de INSCRIPCION TEMPRANA
es el 31 de mayo, 2013.
CONFIRMACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Para jóvenes de High School del 9 al 12 grado
Próximo día de Inscripción Temprana es el domingo
26 de mayo, 2013 - 2:00pm - salón de conferencias.
Después de esta fecha se aplicara nueva cuota de
inscripción para los programas.
AÑO DE LA FE
-
Las
hermanas
Carmelitas Misioneras de Santa Teresita del Niño Jesús
a la orden religiosa que pertenece nuestra Hermana
Tere. Estarán en nuestra parroquia el próximo fin de
semana para pedir por nuestras fervientes oraciones y
ayuda económica ya que están en la necesidad de
construir un Centro Pastoral en el pueblo de OLINTLA,
el cual está localizado al norte de la cordillera
montañosa de Puebla México. Esta será: Una casa en la
que los niños indígenas recibirán su catecismo; una casa
de retiro para todo el que lo necesite; una casa en donde
los mas necesitados recibirán lo indispensable en ayuda
medica; una casa donde los analfabetas recibirán la
formación académica necesaria para que continúen con
sus estudios; en fin, una casa humanitaria donde usted y
nosotras haremos lo mejor para continuar el trabajo de
Dios de dignificar su creación.
VENTA DE ARTICULOS RELIGIOSOS
18 Y 19 DE MAYO DEL 2013
DIOS BENDIGA SU GENEROSIDAD! GRACIAS
MISAS EN ESPAÑOL: SÁBADO 7:00PM Y DOMINGO 1:00PM
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AÑO DE LA FE
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS / HISPANIC MINISTRIES
12 de mayo, 2013
Pagina 9
Bienvenidos!
NUEVOS FELIGRESES. Le damos la más cordial bienvenida a todas las familias y personas que
nos acompañan en nuestras celebraciones litúrgicas, o que se han mudado recientemente a este vecindario y ahora son
parte de esta comunidad de fe. Los invitamos a pasar por la oficina y se inscriban como miembros de St. Anthony of
Padua. Es importante que estén registrados en la parroquia, como miembros, para poder servirles mejor!
CARIDADES CATÓLICAS
"Proporcionar ayuda. Creando esperanza".
En el último año, Caridades Católicas ha
brindado servicio a más de 110.000 personas a
lo largo de la Diócesis y ha entregado más de
1.600.000 libras de alimentos.
Equivalente a
aproximadamente 2 buques de carga. El ingreso
familiar promedio para aquellos que buscan asistencia
es de menos de $8.000,00 por año y cuarenta y tres
por ciento de estas personas fueron menores de 17
años. Para su información, de cada dólar que se
dona a Caridades Católicas, 87 centavos regresa
directamente a los programas y servicios.
Por favor ayúdenos a seguir ofreciendo estos servicios
valiosos a los menos afortunados dando su tesoro
durante nuestra colecta especial anual el fin de
semana de Mayo 18 y 19, 2013. Por favor No dude en
contactar a Kelly Lilles, Directora Ejecutiva de
Caridades Católicas su correo electrónico:
[email protected] o por teléfono 559-237-0851. Por
favor visítenos en cualquier momento para mostrarles
nuestra Agencia. Gracias y Dios los bendiga por su
generosidad.
La iglesia otorga este mes a
María para conocerla y
amarla más. Mayo es el mes
de las flores, de la
primavera. También, Mayo
es el mes en el que todos
recuerdan a su mamá (el 10
de Mayo) y las flores son el
regalo más frecuente de los
hijos para agasajar a quien
les dio la vida. Para los
latinos, no hay amor más
grande que el de una madre.
Sin olvidar la función del padre, ella es la que nos da la
vida, nos enseña como vivirla y nos da alimento. Su amor
nos recuerda al de Cristo, quien con sacrificio y amor da
vida a la Iglesia. Su amor sostiene y cuando las cosas se
ponen difíciles emocionalmente, nuestro deseo secreto es
de estar en los brazos de mamá.
Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. P. Co.
BAUTISMOS: Pase a la oficina de la parroquia para
reservar la fecha deseada para el bautizo de su bebe y
para registrarse (papás y padrinos) para las platicas de
preparación para este sacramento.
PRESENTACIONES:
Las familias que desean
presentar a sus hijos recién nacidos, de 40 días, o 3 años
en la iglesia, necesitan pasar antes a la oficina de la
parroquia para reservar la fecha de presentación durante
las misa de 7:00pm o 1:00pm. NOTA: Si la familia no
apunta a sus hijos para la presentación no podrá hacer la
presentación en la misa.
A MATERNIDAD
Las mamás pueden sostener por un momento las manos de
sus hijos, pero a sus corazones para siempre. Anónimo
VIRGEN DE GUADALUPE
Meditación del Santo Rosario próximo 12 de mayo a las
12:30pm en la Capilla de Guadalupe. Acompáñanos!
GRUPO DE HOMBRES
El Grupo de Hombres esta en receso y durante el
verano y hasta próximo aviso. Gracias!
ESTUDIO de la BIBLIA
El Grupo de Biblia se reúne los jueves a las 7:00pm en
el Salón #21. Acompáñanos y trae tu Biblia!
AÑO DE LA FE
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Para mas información por favor comunicarse con
Hna. Tere al 439-0124 ext. 173
MISAS EN ESPAÑOL: SÁBADO 7:00PM Y DOMINGO 1:00PM
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AÑO DE LA FE
The Ascension of the Lord
Page 10
May 12, 2013
TAKEN FROM SIGHT
In biblical texts, a time period lasting forty days, months, or years is always a period of testing, trial, probation, or discipline,
ending in restoration, revival, or renewal. There are at least ten instances in the Old Testament
and New Testament in which the number forty occurs. For example, Noah sailed in his ark after it
rained for forty days and nights; Moses was on the mountain forty days and nights; the Israelites
wandered for forty years in the desert after the Exodus from Egypt; Jesus fasted in the wilderness
for forty days and was seen on the earth for forty days after his resurrection until his ascension
into heaven. The Ascension marks the completion of Jesus’ earthly ministry. Along with the
Resurrection, the Ascension underlines Jesus’ claim that he is truly God and truly human, the
Messiah—the one who saves. Early Christian artists showed the importance of the Ascension as
the final overthrow of Satan’s power. Jesus is depicted as a lion conquering the dragon, Satan. Evil
and death are not the end. Nowadays, Christians are being challenged by newly fashionable atheist
writers, who assume that all believers are literal fundamentalists who think that heaven is just “up
there” above the clouds. The Church, more wisely, does not dwell on where heaven is, but what it
means to have a Savior who has gone to prepare a place for us and who will return at the end of
time. Whenever we participate in the Eucharistic liturgy we are invited to repeat the mystery of
our faith: “Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again.” So Jesus is taken from our
earthly sight because he has returned to the Father, where he intercedes for us and assures us of the continual outpouring of the Holy
Spirit—our strength for the journey. Copyright © 2009, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
Living Stewardship Now
The gift of the Ascension is transforming hope. Extend hope to someone you know: volunteer to mentor a child, make regular calls
or visits to someone who is homebound, give material help to a person who is unemployed.
Copyright © 2009, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
REFLECTING ON GOD’S WORD
Gavin’s piano teacher might just as well have told him to fly
around the room. That’s how incapable he felt of playing his
Bach invention faster. He stared at Mr. Simons in disbelief.
“Gavin, what did I just ask you to do?” “You said to play it
faster, sir.” “Well, why are you sitting there staring at me? What
are you waiting for? Play it faster.”
In today’s two accounts of the ascension of Christ into heaven,
the disciples seem to be experiencing the same kind of
numbness. Christ is asking them to do the seemingly impossible.
While joyful that he had been raised and was ascending to
power, perhaps they did not yet have the confidence to be his
witnesses “to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). They had to wait
to be filled with the power of the Holy Spirit. What are we
waiting for?
—Virginia Stillwell
LIVING GOD’S WORD
We may feel that our faith is too new or that we don’t pray
enough to witness the forgiveness of sins available through
Christ. But we who have been clothed and anointed with the
Spirit don’t need anything else. We can go forth with confident
hope to witness that Christ will keep his promise of eternal life.
Copyright © 2012, World Library Publications. All rights reserved.
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poor and marginalized in the spirit and apostolic zeal of
St. Therese. We are the love in the church and, we are
bonds of communion among diverse cultures and races
as reconcilers, healers and promoters of justice. Now we
in the need of asking you to be part of our missionary
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service; a house where the illiterate will receive the
elementary classes to continue with their education; in
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