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St. Andrew Church Old Pasadena - St. Andrew Catholic Church in
St. Andrew Church
Old Pasadena
St. Andrew Roman Catholic Church, an architectural treasure,
nurtures a diverse and welcoming community dedicated to connecting
faith in Jesus Christ with service to others.
La Iglesia Católica Romana de San Andrés, un tesoro
de arquitectura, nutre una comunidad diversa y acogedora
dedicada a conectar la fe en Jesucristo
con el servicio a los demás.
F O U RT H S U N D AY I N OR D I N A RY T I M E
C UA RTO D O M I N G O D E L T I E M P O OR D I N A R IO
JANUARY 31, 2016
St. Andrew welcomes our new Regional Bishop David O’Connell!
Join us on February 17th at 8:15am
as Bishop O’Connell will preside mass, sponsored by St. Andrew School!
San Andrés les invita a darle la bienvenida a nuestro nuevo
Obispo Regional David O’Connell¡ Acompáñanos el 17 de febrero a la misa de las 8:15am
con el Obispo O’Connell, patrocinada por la Escuela San Andrés!
140 Chestnut street, Pasadena, Ca 91103 Phone: 626-792-4183
Fax: (626) 792-4456
www.standrewpasadena.org
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
OLD PASADENA
Mass Schedule • Horario De Misas
In English
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 P.M.
Sundays: 8:00 & 9:30 A.M; 12:30 & 5:00 P.M.
Monday-Saturday: 8:15 A.M.
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY
February 1 – February 3 Virgen de
En Español
Domingos: 6:30 & 11:00 A.M; 2:00 P.M.
Lunes, Miércoles, Viernes: 5:30 P.M.
Suyapa Novena in Pastoral Center Chapel
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3
Confessions • Confesiones
Virgen de Suyapa Mass at 7:00pm
Saturdays/Sábados: 3:00 P.M. - 4:45 P.M.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31 -
Parish Staff • Personal De La Iglesia
Rev. Paul Sustayta, Pastor.................................(626) 765-3958
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9
Rev. José Corral, SJ, Associate Pastor...............(626) 765-3964
Catholic Schools Week
Rev. Tony Scannell, OFM, Weekend Presider
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31
Rev. Michael Barrett Weekend Presider
Deacon Fausto Sanchez....................................(626) 768-2466
Second Collection
Denise Peña, Business Manager.......................(626) 765-3958
for Catholic Schools Week
Lucí Santos, Ministerial Coordinator .............(626) 765-3968
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10
Ana Maria Rangel, Confirmation & Youth Ministry (626) 768-0676
Isabel Spillane, Director of Religious Education (626) 768-9376
Ash Wednesday
Juan Gomez, Fuente de Vida Pastoral Care..........(626) 768-2458
Isabella Bolton Torres, Administrative Assistant
.......................................................(626) 765-3956
Della Lovato, Office Assistant......(626) 792-4183
School Principal • Director De La Escuela
Emilce Peralta, Receptionist & Event Coordinator
.......................................................(626) 768-9445
Pastoral Center • Centro Pastoral
Phone (626)792-4183
Fax (626) 792-4456
140 Chestnut Street, Pasadena, CA 91103
Extensions listed above can be reached by calling the main number.
Las extensiones anotadas arriba se pueden acceder llamando
al número principal.
Mr. Raphael Domingo (626) 796-7697
Baptisms • Bautismos
Baptisms are held monthly,
please call the parish office for scheduling.
Los bautizos son mensuales. Favor de llamar
a la oficina para el horario.
Weddings • Bodas
Please call the parish office at least one year
prior to proposed date of marriage.
Favor de llamar a la ofician parroquial por lo menos
un año antes de la fecha propuesta de la boda.
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
Please pray for these Parish Members who are sick
Por favor ore por los enfermos de nuestra Parroquia
Baby Benjamin Maldonado
Yolanda Sanchez
Norman Ejan
Daniel Martinez
Maricela Gonzales
Nelly Lambaren
Pedro Pagdanganan
Patrick Hickey
Debra Robles
And for the Faithful Departed
Y por los Fieles Difuntos
Jinx Maes
Florita Bautista Perez
Cirila Sampilo
Antonio Gonzalez
Lupe Arce
Cesar Rosales Sr.
Hilda Vizcarra
Catherine Marie Valdez Hoffman
David Salinas
Jose Antonio Monterrosa
Amaria De Jesus Acosta
De Ibarra
Rebecca Quinto
Vera & Charles Vignes
Mary Anne Feldmann
Eric Ewing
Rose Mary Zelman
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
MONDAY/ LUNES: 2 Sm 15:13-14, 30;
16:5-13; Ps 3:2-7; Mk 5:1-20
TUESDAY/ MARTES: Mal 3:1-4; Ps 24:7-10;
Heb 2:14-18; Lk 2:22-40 [22-32]
WEDNESDAY/ MIÉRCOLES: 2 Sm 24:2,
9-17; Ps 32:1-2, 5-7; Mk 6:1-6
THURSDAY/ JUEVES: 1 Kgs 2:1-4, 10-12; 1
Chr 29:10-12; Mk 6:7-13
FRIDAY/ VIERNES: Sir 47:2-11; Ps 18:31,
47, 50, 51; Mk 6:14-29
SATURDAY/ SÁBADO: 1 Kgs 3:4-13;
Ps 119:9-14; Mk 6:30-34
SUNDAY/ DOMINGO: Is 6:1-2a, 3-8;
Ps 138:1-5, 7-8; 1 Cor 15:1-11 [3-8, 11]; Lk 5:1-11
OLD PASADENA
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
SANTOS Y OBSERVANCIAS
ESPECIALES:
SUNDAY/ DOMINGO:
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
TUESDAY/ MARTES:
The Presentation of the Lord;
Groundhog Day
WEDNESDAY/ MIÉRCOLES:
St. Blaise; St. Ansgar; Blessing of Throats
FRIDAY/ VIERNES:
St. Agatha; First Friday
SATURDAY/ SÁBADO:
St. Paul Miki and Companions;First Saturday
SECOND COLLECTION
In recognition of Catholic School’s week we
will have a second collection Sunday, January
31st for our Parish School. Envelopes are
located in the pews and vestibules.
INTERESTED IN POSTING AN
ANNOUNCEMENT IN THE
SUNDAY BULLETIN?
All Ministries please send announcements
to [email protected]
Our
Pastor, Fr. Paul Sustayta, will review all
submissions before they are posted. Thank
you very much!
Reflections of My Priestly Ministry: Study Abroad
After graduation with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish history and literature in Spring 1986, I was discerning whether to continue
my seminarian studies at St. John’s in Camarillo, the major seminary for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, or take a year off to study
abroad. Although the idea of priesthood never left me, my adventurous spirit was drawn to the excitement of experiencing life in another
country and immersing myself in its language and culture. Indeed, I remember running this idea by my pastor at Holy Family Parish,
Msgr. Clement Connolly, one day while working at the parish. And I shall never forget his response, which went something to the effect
of “There is no question about it, what a wonderful opportunity, go!” Little did I know at the time what a profound difference this decision
would have on my life, and to this very day I look back on those months away from family and longtime friends as formative.
Of course, once I settled on my decision to study abroad, I had to decide which Spanish-speaking country in which to study. I
remember asking my professors and others for their thoughts on this decision. A few recommended Venezuela as the best place to
learn Spanish, whereas others mentioned several other countries as well. Ultimately, the majority of those I sought counsel from strongly
agreed that Spain and the city of Salamanca would be the best place to study, which appealed to me since my B.A. degree was not only
in Spanish literature but also Spanish history. Consequently, I decided to leave for Spain in late Winter 1986 in what would be my first trip
to Europe and the first time that I would be away from home for an extended period of time.
Prior to departing for Europe, while continuing to assist at Holy Family Parish on the weekends as a sacristan and in other assignments,
I was offered and accepted a part-time position as a teacher’s aide in the Los Angeles Unified School District, a timely offer that allowed
me to save money for my studies abroad. The ensuing months were busy but wonderful, allowing me to gain invaluable experience
in two very distinct environments, the church and the secular workplace, a great balance that would serve me well in the future. By
Thanksgiving, I began making preparations for studies abroad. I decided to enroll at the University of Salamanca, one of the oldest
universities in Europe and long considered the Cambridge of Spain. I would live with a family near the university, which thankfully enabled
me to walk to classes. The excitement was building up in me and, I have to admit, some trepidation as well.
It was Msgr. Connolly who suggested that I leave one month earlier to travel around Europe before beginning my studies in Salamanca.
So, I decided to visit Italy, France, and Portugal, which proved to be great choices. I embarked on an Iberia Airlines flight to Europe from
LAX in March 1987, saying goodbye to my parents and family, whom I would not see again for nearly six months. That first month in
Europe, “my travel month,” I visited Lisbon and Fatima in Portugal and traveled by train through Spain and France, staying several days
in Lourdes and visiting towns along the coast of France such as Nice. I arrived in Rome before Palm Sunday, where I would spend two
weeks, the longest of my stays in Europe before beginning my studies in Salamanca. Thanks to Msgr. Connolly, I was able to stay at the
North American College, the American seminary in Rome that sits atop the Janiculum Hill overlooking Vatican City. What a blessing it
was to be in Rome for Holy Week. Thanks to Cardinal Manning, I was able to attend Holy Week services at St. Peter’s Basilica. I could
not believe how close I was to St. John Paul II for most of these celebrations!
In addition, I met several wonderful seminarians from Philadelphia, New York, and Boston during these two weeks in Rome who gifted
me by serving as tour guides when we visited Assisi, Florence, and many of the basilicas and historical sites located in Rome itself. My
travel month in Europe went by so fast and soon I was on a plane en route to Spain to begin my studies. I arrived in Madrid and took
the train to Salamanca to meet my host family for the first time. They lived in an apartment that was within walking distance of the Plaza
Mayor and the University. I was greeted by the family matriarch, Soledad, her husband, Geronimo, and their three children, arriving just
minutes before the main meal would be served in the early afternoon.
That day Soledad cooked the most delectable paella I had ever tasted, making me realize and appreciate how fortunate I would be
to be living in a home for several months with such a superb cook! Within a short period of time, I also realized that the true blessing was
to have been assigned to live with such a very warm and loving family. To this day, I consider them my second family. My daily routine
rarely changed over the following months: Monday through Friday, I was up by seven o’clock, with breakfast following by eight o’clock;
by eight-thirty, I was on my way to the University, a walk of some twenty minutes; and my classes in grammar, Spanish history and art,
began at nice o’clock. My classmates came from all over the world – England, Italy, Sweden, Germany, Austria, France, and Japan, just
to name a few. At eleven o’clock, we were given a half an hour break in which the daily ritual never wavered: We would go to the majestic
Plaza Mayor for Spanish coffee and pastries where we would sit and socialize while absorbing the architecture of this eighteenth century
masterpiece.
Following this respite, we would return to the University to resume our classes which were finished at two o’clock. I would then walk
back home to my newly adopted Spanish family for a delicious meal, followed by a good nap, an unbroken Spanish tradition that I had
no intention of breaking! After my nap, I would study at home or go to the University library to do some research. At about eight-thirty to
nine o’clock, we would all have a light dinner before retiring for the night around ten-thirty. On weekends the University offered excursions
all over Spain, for which I enthusiastically signed up. Soledad would pack me the most delicious lunches of various sandwiches, which
to this day, remain my favorite lunches. She used the freshest bread, cheese and meats. As you can imagine, I soon became the envy
of other students who were not boarding with me!
These were very special times for me, really transformative. Appreciating the culture and life of others, learning how to listen to others,
learning how to listen to others, and viewing and experiencing life through the lens of others all gave me, as I look back, an education
well beyond the narrow world of books!
More stories to come!
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Fr. Paul A. Sustayta
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
OLD PASADENA
PASTOR RESTORATION PROJECTS
TO BEGIN SOON!!
On Monday morning, our Pastor, Fr. Paul
Sustayta, met with the Restoration Committee.
The Success of the last two Bach to Broadway
Concerts was discussed with Jerilyn McAniff,
Concert Chair, who is the newest addition to the
Restoration Committee. We are grateful to all
those who attended and or sponsored this annual
event which net $58,000!
THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS
WERE ALSO APPROVED:
1.The refinishing of the tops of all the pews will
be sanded and refinished to match the existing
color.
2.The walls of the vestibule in the church will be
touched up where there is chipping.
3.A marble backsplash will be installed on the left
side altar (The Blessed Mother Altar) where there
is water damage from flowers or plants left there
by brides or parishioners.
Please support our Bach to Broadway Concert,
which enables us to embark in the continual
restoration of our beautiful church. Thank you!
SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Christian
voluntary organization working with poor and
disadvantaged people. Inspired by our principal
founder, Frederic Ozanam, and our patron, St.
Vincent de Paul, we seek to bring the love of Christ
to those in need: “I was hungry and you gave me
food” (Matthew 25). We are involved in helping
the needy in our community with food, clothing
and housing assistance. Right now hundreds of
people are benefiting from you donations. Thank
you for all your donations and please consider
volunteering with our ministry.
SAVE THE DATE: FINGERPRINTING
St. Andrew will be hosting Fingerprinting on
February 11th. All Archdiocese of Los Angeles
volunteers are welcome! Please call the Pastoral
Center to register and secure a scheduled time.
2016 WORLD DAY OF THE SICK MASS -
HOSTED BY THE ORDER OF MALTA
Mass & Anointing of the Sick at Cathedral Feb.
13 with Archbishop
Jose H. Gomez
Do you know someone who is facing surgery, or
an elderly person or child who is sick? You are
encouraged to bring them to the Cathedral of
Our Lady of the Angels to receive the Sacrament
of the Anointing of the Sick on Saturday,
February 13, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. Through
anointing, the grace of the Holy Spirit comforts
and strengthens the soul of the sick person. The
Mass and Anointing of the Sick are co-hosted by
the Cathedral and the Western Association of
the Order of Malta in observance of the 2016
World Day of the Sick. Archbishop Jose Gomez
will preside at the Mass and anointing. The Mass
is also being held in observance of the Feast Day
of Our Lady of Lourdes. For more information,
please contact: Chuck Huebner at [email protected]
gmail.com or Jim LoCoco at [email protected]
com
SAS OPEN HOUSE
Saint Andrew Catholic School will hold its
Open House Sunday, January 31, 2016 from
10:30AM-12PM. Please visit the school website
or contact the school office for more information
3RD ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC
CATHOLIC SCHOOL’S WEEK SPECIAL
Calling All Golfers! Registration is now open
for Saint Andrew Catholic School’s 3rd Annual
Golf Classic. Purchase your single golfer with
dinner ticket for $125 today through February
6, 2016. Register online at http://birdeasepro.
com/saspasadenaclassic or complete the form
available in the vestibules.
ST. ANDREW CHURCH
FAMILY PROMISE AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL
TEACHING
Catholic Social Teaching #5:
Rights and Responsibilities
Every person has a fundamental right to life and a
right to those things required for human decency.
Corresponding to these rights are duties and
responsibilities -- to one another, to our families, and to
the larger society.” U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
When considering the “right to those things required
for human decency,” these at the very least include food,
clothing, and shelter. St. Andrew is partnering with the
Family Promise program to provide meals and shortterm shelter for families experiencing homelessness.
Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley provides other
supportive services so that these families can quickly
transition back to gainful employment and permanent
housing.
You can help by:
(1) providing a dinner for approximately 12 people; (2)
serving as an evening host; (3) serving as an overnight
host; or (4) giving an in-kind donation (blankets, sheets,
diapers, etc.).
For More Details
•“Meet-and-Greet” session: Sun., Jan. 31st after the
9:30 a.m. English Mass and 11:00 Spanish Mass in the
St. Andrew School Social Hall.
•Contact: Martha Solorio (626-817-1992); Noel Toro
(626-817-3149)
WOMEN’S RETREAT
“I HAVE LOVED YOU WITH AN EVERLASTING LOVE”
-Jer 31:3
Pray, reflect and meditate with the One who loves you
unconditionally
Join other women from the St. Andrew Faith Community
for the 2016 St. Andrew Parish Women’s Retreat to
be held at Sacred Heart Retreat House in Alhambra,
February 26 - 28. Space is limited to double rooms $180
per person for the weekend and weekend Commuters
at $120 meals only. For additional information and
registration please contact Alma Arredondo, Parish
Retreat Captain, at [email protected]
OLD PASADENA
REFLEXIONES DE MI MINISTERIO SACERDOTAL: MIS ESTUDIAR EN EL EXTRANJERO
Después de graduarme con una licenciatura en historia y literatura en español durante la primavera de
1986 yo divulgaba si continuaba mis estudios de seminarista en San Juan en Camarillo, el Seminario Mayor
de la Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles, o tomar un año sabático para estudiar en el extranjero. Aunque la idea
del sacerdocio nunca me dejó, mi espíritu aventurero me empujaba a la emoción de experimentar otro
país y sumergirme en su lenguaje y cultura. De hecho, recuerdo que le comente esta idea a mi pastor de la
Parroquia de la Sagrada Familia, Mons. Clemente Connolly, un día que trabaje en la parroquia. Nunca olvidaré
su respuesta, que fue algo así “No hay ninguna duda al respecto, creo que es una oportunidad maravillosa,
debes ir!” Yo no sabía en ese momento lo cual profundo esta decisión, tendría en mi vida, y hasta el día de hoy
reflexión sobre esos meses lejos de mi familia y amigos como una experiencia formativa.
Por supuesto, una vez que me decidí de estudiar en el extranjero, tuve que decidir qué país donde hablan
español, debería estudiar. Recuerdo que le pregunté a mi profesor y los demás por sus consejos sobre esta
decisión. Algunos recomendaron Venezuela recomendado como el mejor lugar para aprender español,
mientras que otros mencionan varios otros países. Finalmente, la mayoría de quienes acudí aconsejaron a
decidirme por España y la ciudad de Salamanca. Este sería el mejor lugar para estudiar, lo que me atrajo ya
que mi bachillerato no solo es en literatura española, sino también en historia española. En consecuencia, me
decidí viajar a España a finales del invierno de 1986, lo que sería mi primer viaje a Europa y la primera vez que
iba a estar fuera de casa durante un tiempo prolongado.
Antes de partir hacia Europa, no deje de asistir a la Parroquia de la Sagrada Familia los fines de semana
sirviendo como sacristán y otras tareas, también me ofrecieron y acepté un puesto a tiempo parcial como
asistente de maestra en el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles, una oferta oportuna que me permitió
ahorrar dinero para mis estudios en el extranjero. Los meses que siguieron fueron ocupados, pero maravillosos,
que me permitieron ganar experiencia invaluable en dos ambientes muy distintos, la iglesia y el lugar de
trabajo secular, un gran equilibrio que me serviría en el futuro.
Durante los días de acción de gracias, empecé a hacer los preparativos para mis estudios en el extranjero.
Decidí matricularme en la Universidad de Salamanca, una de las universidades más antiguas de Europa y
considerado durante mucho tiempo el Cambridge de España. Viviría con una familia cerca de la universidad,
que afortunadamente me permitía caminar a clases. La emoción me embargaba, y tengo que admitir, un poco
de miedo también.
Fue Mons. Connolly quien me sugirió que me fuera un mes antes para viajar a Europa antes de comenzar mis
estudios en Salamanca. Así que decidí visitar Italia, Francia y Portugal, y resultó ser una excelente opción. Me
embarqué en un vuelo de Iberia a Europa desde LAX en marzo 1987, diciéndoles adiós a mis padres y familia,
a la que no volvería a ver durante casi seis meses.
Ese primer mes en Europa, “mi mes de viaje,” visite Lisboa y Fátima en Portugal y viaje en tren hacia España y
Francia, permaneciendo varios días en Lourdes y visitando las ciudades a lo largo de la costa de Francia como
Niza. Llegué a Roma antes del Domingo de Ramos, donde pasaría dos semanas, la más larga de mis estancias
en Europa antes de comenzar mis estudios en Salamanca. Gracias a Mons. Connolly, fui capaz de permanecer
en el Colegio Norteamericano, el Seminario Americano en Roma que se sienta encima de la colina del Janículo
con vistas a la Ciudad del Vaticano.
¡Qué bendición era estar en Roma para la Semana Santa. Gracias al Cardenal Manning, tuve la oportunidad
de asistir a los servicios de Semana Santa en la Basílica de San Pedro. No podía creer lo cerca que estaba a San
Juan Pablo II durante la mayor parte de estas celebraciones!
Además, conocí a varios seminaristas maravillosos de Filadelfia, Nueva York y Boston durante estas dos
semanas en Roma que me ayudaron como guías turísticos cuando visitamos Asís, Florencia, y muchas de las
basílicas e históricos sitios ubicados en Roma.
Mi mes de viaje en Europa pasó tan rápido y pronto estaba en un avión rumbo a España para comenzar mis
estudios. Llegué a Madrid y tomé el tren a Salamanca para conocer a mi familia por primera vez. Ellos vivían en
un apartamento que está a poca distancia de la Plaza Mayor y la Universidad. Fui recibido por la matriarca de
la familia, Soledad, su marido, Gerónimo, y sus tres hijos, llegando a sólo unos minutos antes de la cena la cual
se sirve en al principio de la tarde.
Ese día Soledad cocinó la paella más deliciosa que he probado en mi vida, por lo que me di cuenta lo
afortunado que sería estar viviendo en una casa durante varios meses donde tenían una magnifica cocinera!
Dentro de un corto período de tiempo, también me di cuenta de que la verdadera bendición fue ser asignado
a vivir con una familia tan cálida y amorosa. Hasta la fecha, yo los considero mi segunda familia.
Mi rutina diaria, rara vez cambió durante los siguientes meses: de lunes a viernes, me levantaba a las siete
de la mañana, con el desayuno después de las ocho; de ocho y media, yo estaba de camino a la universidad,
una caminata de unos veinte minutos, y mis clases de gramática, historia y arte, comenzaban a las nueve en
punto. Mis compañeros de clase venían de todo el mundo - Inglaterra, Italia, Suecia, Alemania, Austria, Francia
y Japón, sólo para nombrar unos. A las once de la mañana, nos daban una media hora de descanso en la
que el ritual diario nunca vaciló: Nos íbamos a la majestuosa Plaza Mayor por café y unos pasteles donde nos
sentábamos a socializar mientras admirábamos la arquitectura de esta obra maestra del siglo XVIII española.
Después del receso, volvíamos a la universidad para recurrir a clases, cuyas finalizaban a las dos. Después
caminaba de regreso a casa con mi familia española donde me esperaba una deliciosa comida, seguido por una
siesta, una tradición española que no tenía intención de romper! Después de mi siesta, me gustaba estudiar en
casa o ir a la biblioteca de la Universidad. A eso de las ocho y media hasta las nueve, todos comíamos una cena
ligera antes de retirarse por la noche a las diez y media. Los fines de semana la Universidad ofrecía excursiones
por toda España, las cuales me inscribí con entusiasmo. Soledad me empacaba los almuerzos más deliciosos
de sándwiches, que hasta el día de hoy, siguen siendo mis favoritos. Ella usaba los más panes más frescos,
quesos y carnes de variedad. Como lo pueden imaginar, pronto me convertí en la envidia de otros estudiantes
que no fueron internados conmigo!
Eran tiempos muy especiales para mí, realmente transformadores. Apreciando la cultura y la vida de los demás,
aprendí a escuchar a los demás, ver a los demás y experimentar la vida a través del lente de los demás. Cuando
reflexiono veo que la educación que recibí fue más allá del estrecho mundo de los libros!
¡Más historias por venir!
Sinceramente suyo en Cristo,
St. Andrew Church
Old Pasadena
St. Andrew Church along with San Gabriel Mission, will host 24 Hours for the
Lord Confessions & Adoration
March 4 & 5, 2016 – 12pm-12pm
Come and experience the Lord’s mercy and healing!
La Parroquia San Andrés junto con la Misión de San Gabriel, tendrán el evento
24 Horas para el Señor
Penitencia y Adoración
4 y 5 de marzo de 2016 – 12pm – 12pm
Venga y experimente la misericordia y sanación del Señor!
140 Chestnut street, Pasadena, Ca 91103 Phone: 626-792-4183
Fax: (626) 792-4456
www.standrewpasadena.org

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