SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH

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SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH
SAINT CANERA CATHOLIC CHURCH
Fr. Ruben Restrepo, C.M.
[email protected]
504 S. WASHINGTON
NEOSHO, MO 64850
(417) 451-3411
(417) 451-3432 (fax)
[email protected]
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 8, 2015
V Domingo Tiempo Ordinario
8 de febrero DE 2015
MASS/MISAS
SATURDAY/SABADO: 5:00pm., 7:00pm (Spanish),
SUNDAY/DOMINGO: 8:00am
WEEKDAYS/DIARIAS:
Tues. (martes)-Fri. (viernes) 8:30am
RECONCILIATION: (Saturday) 4:30pm.,
(Sunday) 7:30am. Any time by appointment
Communally during Advent, Lent, and as scheduled .
Saint Canera, patroness of Irish Sailors, is sitting in a boat with an
oil lamp, the symbol of wisdom and virginity, with a monastery on
an island in the background where she sought spiritual rest. She
was refused entrance to the island but was given Eucharist just
before she died. The shamrock speaks to her Irish ancestry.
Parish Office/Oficina
Monday (lunes) - Friday (viernes)
9-12; 1-4:30
WELCOME: If you are new to our parish we welcome you and invite you to become a member of
Saint Canera. Registration forms can be found in
the church or in the office.
BIENVENIDOS: Si usted es nuevo en nuestra
parroquia le demos la bienvenida y lo invitamos a
hacerse miembro de Santa Canera. Las formas de
registro se puede encontrar en el templo o en la
oficina.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING CATHOLIC?
Please call the parish office and ask for information on the RCIA program or send an e-mail to
[email protected]
¿Quisieras ser católico?
Por favor, llamar a la oficina de la iglesia y pedir
información del programa RICA o envia un e-mail
a [email protected]
Sacrament of Marriage—contact the church office six months in advance.
Baptism — contact or come by the church office
for information on classes.
Hospital visitation — contact the church office
with name, location, and room number.
Sacramento de matrimonio –Contacta la oficina
parroquial seis meses antes.
Bautismo—contacta o visita la oficina parroquial
y pedir información de las clases de preparación.
Visita al hospital — Contacta la oficina de la iglesia con nombre, lugar, y número de cuarto.
MISSION STATEMENT
The parish family of St. Canera sees as its mission to
work together and in the larger community to know,
love, and serve God. Based on Scripture, the sacraments, and our Roman Catholic tradition, we seek to
recognize our dependence on God, grow spiritually,
become images of Christ, educate adults and assist in
educating children, and as God’s instruments, share our
faith with and welcome others.
MISION DE NUESTRA PARROQUIA
La Familia Parroquial de Santa Canera considera que su misión es trabajar unidos e integrarse a la comunidad cristiana
más amplia para conocer, amar, y servir a Dios. Fundamentados en la Escritura y en la Tradición de nuestra Iglesia Católica Romana, procuramos reconocer nuestra dependencia de
Dios, crecer espiritualmente, convertirnos en imagen de
Cristo, educar a los adultos y acompañar la educación de los
niños y jóvenes; y, como instrumentos de Cristo, compartir
nuestra fe y acoger a los otros.
LECTURAS DE ESTE DOMINGO
Primera Lectura: Job 7, 1-4. 6-7
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 146, 1-2. 3-4. 5-6
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 9, 16-19. 22-23
Evangelio: Marcos 1, 29-39
LECTURAS DEL PROXIMO DOMINGO
Primera Lectura: Levítico 13, 1-2. 44-46
Salmo Responsorial: Salmo 31, 1-2. 5. 11
Segunda Lectura: 1 Corintios 10, 31—11,1
Evangelio: Marcos 1, 40-45
Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas,
Como muchos de ustedes saben,
durante el Tiempo Ordinario las lecturas del Antiguo Testamento han sido
elegidas a la luz de la elección del
Evangelio que está en el Leccionario.
La primera lectura de esta semana y
el Evangelio son un dúo interesante.
Reflejan el uso de la monotonía en la vida. Lo hace
después de haber sufrido y de haberle quitado todo lo
que tenía. El libro de Job nos llama a ser fieles en medio de cualquier sufrimiento que se nos presente.
El Evangelio, por el contrario, representa a un
Jesús, que es "en una misión de Dios", como los Blues
Brothers. "Incluso en medio de su ajetreo, Jesús continúa, fortalecido por el tiempo en la oración que pasa
con su Padre, para que pueda continuar su interminable tarea de estar presente en los demás.
Hay una lección para todos nosotros. Muy a menudo pareciera que no encontráramos el tiempo para
orar debido a nuestras apretadas agendas. Es sólo
cuando hacemos tiempo para la oración, que nuestras
vidas se sienten un poco menos agobiadas. La oración
nos puede ayudar a centrarnos en el hecho de que
Dios es el centro de nuestras vidas, el Dios que nos da
la esperanza, el Dios que nos impulsa y nos anima a
seguir.
En la medida que se acerca la Cuaresma, me permito sugerir que al menos parte de nuestras prácticas
cuaresmales podría ser la de pasar un poco más de
tiempo en la oración de cada día. Yo estaría dispuesto
a apostar que al final de la Cuaresma, usted será capaz de acercarse a sus diversas actividades diarias
con un poco más de energía y entusiasmo, sabiendo
que el Señor realmente está a tu lado.
Con cariño,
P. Hank
Camp Re-NEW-All es para jóvenes católico en la
diócesis, o aquellos interesados en fe, que estén entrando a los grados 5, 6, 7, 8, o 9 después del tiempo
de campamento.
Campamento a Roaring River
Session 1C
Session 2C
Session 3C
Session 4C
Session 5C
29 de junio – 3 de julio
6 de julio – 10 de julio
13 de julio – 17 de julio
20 de julio – 24 de Julio
27 de julio – 31 de julio
La cuota es $85.00 por campista. Nadie sera rechazado debido a
incapacidad de pago.
Los miembros del personal son necesarios también:
Personal adulto (21 años de edad y más); Personal adulto
joven (18-20 años);
Escuela secundaria personal (10, 11, 12
menores de 18 años de edad).
Las aplicaciones y más información para campistas y personal
son en la parte trasera de la iglesia.
Un mensaje de Rose Heaser . . .
Quiero dar las gracias a todos para la cena sorpresa y
pastel; Además de las muchas felicitaciones,
agradecimientos, abrazos, tarjetas y regalo. Hiciste mi
día muy especial. Gracias otra vez por ser una gran
comunidad!
“La luz está encendida para ti” es una iniciativa de nuestra diócesis dirigida a todos los católicos para poner a su
disposición el sacramento de Reconciliación. La confesión
es una maravillosa oportunidad para poner a un lado el
camino pecaminoso y poder acercarnos a nuestro Señor.
Cada parroquia católica de la diócesis de Springfield-Cape
Girardeau ha pedido tener confesiones disponibles cada
miércoles de 6:30 PM a 7:30 PM durante este tiempo de
Cuaresma. Si tú has estado considerando y dudando hacer
uso de este sacramento, si has estado lejos por mucho
tiempo o siempre se te ha hecho difícil llegar a las horas de
confesión los días sábados, esta es una maravillosa oportunidad para re-encontrarte y reconciliarte con Cristo y su
Iglesia.
Comienza el miércoles, 25 de febrero (6:30 PM a 7:30 PM)
Rosario Guadalupano
Cada Viernes 7:00 p.m.
En el templo Parroquial
Grupo de Oración
Todos los domingos de 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Venga y únase a nosotros para oír
la Palabra de Dios, para rezar y
cantarle las alabanzas al Señor.
Balance de la Construcción del Centro Parroquial
Total recibidos para construcción: $598,045
Total compromisos no recibido: $91,738
Pago al préstamo hecho cada mes: $ 9,918
Total compromisos recibido en enero: $ 7,396
¡Por favor recuerde su compromiso con la
construcción. Necesitamos de sus pagos!
Parish Center Building Fund Summary
Building Project Total Expenses Paid:
Original Loan (excludes interest):
Outstanding Loan (excludes interest):
Total Pledges: $ 714,435
$ 805,900
$ 395,865
$ 248,675
Pledge Payments Received (as of 1/30/15): $372,121
Additional Building Fund Donations: $225,924
Total Building Funds Received:
$598,045
Total Pledges past due (as of 1/30/15): $91,738
Loan principal & interest due each month: $ 9,918
January Pledge pymnts received (as of 1/30/15): $7,396
PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS
RECUERDE LAS SIGUIENTES
PERSONAS EN SU ORACIÓN:
Don Wall, Loren Olson, Cherri Link, Dorothy Mulik, Josephine
Nault, Janet Ducommun, Margaret Patton, David Garnett, John
Barnes, Gail Powers, Betty Lambertson, Roy Herndon, Patrick
Cline, Frank Evers, Dr. Richard Betz, Marisol Aviles, George
and Jo Martin, Linda Hogan, Matt Kissel
(Names stay on list for four weeks, unless renewed.)
Remember your donations for CROSSLINES !
We want to thank everyone for their pledge payments.
If you have not made a pledge, or if you would like to
increase your pledge, please contact the parish office.
THE MIRROR…..
….This weekend (Feb. 7-8) the second collection is for The Mirror.
ON THE WEBSITE
Tired of violent protests?
Hear “whispers” in the Loggia.
See Food Basket Brigade!
Latest Bulletin
Ministerial Assignments.
And more!!
www.canera.org
“The Light Is On for You” is a diocesan initiative to
allow all Catholics to avail themselves of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Confession is a wonderful
opportunity to set aside our sinful ways and to draw
closer to our Lord.
Each Catholic parish in the Diocese of SpringfieldCape Girardeau has been asked to have confessions
available every Wednesday from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
during this Lenten season. If you have been reluctant
to come to the sacrament, have been away for some
time, or just find it difficult to get to a Saturday afternoon confession time, this is a wonderful opportunity
to reconnect with Christ and his Church.
Starts Wednesday, February 25 (6:30 PM to 7:30 PM)
Coffee and donuts will be served
after the 8 AM Mass.
Note from the Knights of Columbus . . .
The Knights invite everyone to participate in a
fund raising effort in concert with all of the Bob
Evans restaurants in the State of Missouri on every second Thursday of every month. Bob Evans will donate
15% of your bill in support of Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital and Missouri Special Olympics. At
checkout just identify that your are supporting the
Knights of Columbus fund raising effort. Thank you for
your support and please invite your friends & neighbors.
PCCW “Eat Out Night”
February 11 at 6:00 PM
Place: Happy House
Camp Re-NEW-All is for Catholic young people
in the diocese faith, who are going into the 5th, 6th,
7th, 8th, or 9th grade following the camp season.
Schedule of camp sessions at Roaring River:
Session 1C June 29– July 3
Session 2C July 6 – 10
Session 3C July 13 – 17
Session 4C July 20 – 24
Session 5C July 27 – 31
The fee is $85 per camper. No one will be turned away because
of inability to pay.
Staff members are also needed: Adult Staff (age 21 and over);
Young Adult Staff (18-20 years old during your session at
camp); High School Staff (10th, 11th, 12th grade under 18 yrs.)
Application forms for campers and staff are in the back of
the church, and starting Feb. 6 on the diocesan website at
www.dioscg.org (go to the Youth Ministry Page and follow the
link to Camp Re-NEW-All.)
PARISH STAFF
PASTOR
REV. RUBEN D. RESTREPO, C.M.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
DEBBIE GORHAM
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
JERRY MAHAN (451-7919)
PCCW (WOMEN’S GROUP)
DIANE STROUSS
PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION (PSR)
CASEY BURKHART HENSON
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
RALPH FREDERICK
BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS
Please bring written announcements to
the church office or email to
[email protected]
by 9 AM Tuesday
Saturday—February 7
5:00 PM Parish Family
7:00 PM +David Heaser
(R. Heaser)
Sunday—February 8
8:00 AM +Ruth Clark
(S. Rigdon)
Monday—February 9
No Mass
Tuesday—February 10
8:30 AM Kressyman Family (G. Garrison)
Wednesday-February 11
8:30 AM +Fr. Bruce Swift
Thursday—February 12
8:30 AM +Ellamae Chapman (R/J Frederick)
Friday—February 13
8:30 AM Ben Rigdon
(S. Rigdon)
Saturday-February 14
5:00 PM +Terry Fox
(Butterfield)
7:00 PM Parish Family
Sunday—February 15
8:00 AM +Frances Garrison (G. Garrison)
SCRIPTURE FOR THIS SUNDAY
1st Reading: Job 7:1-4, 6-7
Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 147:1-2, 3-4, 5-6
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 9:16-19, 22-23
Gospel: Mark 1:29-39
SCRIPTURES FOR WEEKDAYS
Mark 6:53-56
Mark 7:1-13
Mark 7:14-23
Mark 7:24-30
Mark 7:31-37
Mon: Genesis 1:1-19
Tue: Genesis 1:20—2:4a
Wed: Genesis 2:4b-9, 15-17
Thu: Genesis 2:18-25
Fri: Genesis 3:1-8
SCRIPTURE FOR NEXT SUNDAY
1st Reading: Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46
Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 32:1-2, 5, 11
2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 10:31—11:1
Gospel: Mark 1:40-45
My dear sisters and brothers,
As many of you know, during Ordinary Time the
Old Testament reading has been chosen in light of the
Gospel choice in the Lectionary. This week’s First
Reading and the Gospel is an interesting pairing. Job
reflects on the drudgery of life. He does this after he
has suffered and had just about everything dear to
him taken away from him. The Book of Job calls us
to be faithful in the midst of whatever suffering comes our way.
The Gospel, on the other hand, depicts a Jesus, who is “on a mission
from God,” like the Blues Brothers. Even in the midst of his busy-ness,
Jesus carries on, strengthened by the prayer time he spends with his
Father, so that he can continue his endless task of being present to others.
There’s a lesson here for all of us. So often we don’t seem to find
the time to pray because of our busy schedules. It is only when we
MAKE the time for prayer, that our lives feel a little less harried. Prayer
can help us to focus on the fact that God is at the center of our lives, the
God who gives us hope, the God who urges us and encourages us forward.
As Lent approaches, I would suggest that at least part of our Lenten
practice might be to spend a bit more time in prayer each day. I would
be willing to bet that by the end of Lent, you will be able to approach
your endless daily activities with a bit more energy and enthusiasm,
knowing that the Lord is indeed at your side.
With fond affection,
Fr. Hank
WEB SITE
www.canera.org
Bulletins * Schedules * Information
Remember when you are considering your will to think about
including the parish among your beneficiaries. Planned giving
involves leaving something for the next generation of Catholics at St. Canera. Your support will make the difference.
Thursday daily Masses are in the chapel (Wilma Hahn Room). After
the celebration of the Mass we have Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (9:00 AM to 12:00 noon & 1:00 PM to 4:30PM). Everyone is
welcome to come for silent prayer and reflection.
COMING EVENTS
2/11 PCCW Eat-Out Night
2/11 Youth Group Meeting
2/18 Ash Wednesday
2/19 Parish Council
2/20 Lenten Meal and Stations of the Cross
2/25 Confessions—”The Light is on For You”
YOUR GIFTS FOR THE PARISH TO FURTHER GOD’S WORK
Church in Latin America
REGULAR
OUR FISCAL
COLLECTION
$ 3,261
$20
The Mirror
$60
YEAR TOTAL
$ 75,154

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