Lenten Soup Suppers - The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

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Lenten Soup Suppers - The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Volume 50, No. 11
March 13, 2016
Lenten Soup Suppers
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s has been the practice for at least 30 years, parishioners of Sacred Heart mark Lenten Fridays with the Stations of the Cross
and Benediction, followed by a period of fellowship during a
simple meatless soup supper. The suppers are provided by various parish
ministries and organizations. These photographs share some of the faces
of the parishioners who come together each week to pray and share a
simple meal. These particular pictures were taken on the evening of
March 4, which was hosted by the AIDS and Gift of Grace House Ministries. Other ministries who have or
will host an evening are: Altar &
Rosary Society, St. Vincent de
Paul Society, Wedding Guild,
Flower Guild, Daughters of Isabella, Ushers, and Knights of Columbus. Many thanks to these ministries for making these evenings
possible and carrying on a Sacred
Heart tradition!
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
353 Peachtree Street, NE; Atlanta, Georgia 30308 • 404.522.6800, Fax: 404.524.5440 • www.sacredheartatlanta.org
Office Hours: Monday–Friday: 9:00am–4:45pm.; closed from 1:00–2:00pm
Sunday Mass Times: Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm; Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, en Espanol, 6:00pm
Confession Times: Monday, Friday: 11:30am; Saturday: 4:30–5:00pm ; Domingo en español: 1:00–1:30pm
Gift Shop Hours: Sundays 9:00am-noon
For St. Vincent de Paul Society Charitable Assistance: 678-892-6163
STAFF
Msgr. Edward J. Thein
Rector
(404) 522-6800
[email protected]
Deacon Mike Balfour
Pastoral Administrator
(404) 974-2232
[email protected]
Deacon Marino Gonzalez
Director of Parish Outreach and
Volunteers
(404) 974-2235
[email protected]
Fr. Adam Ozimek
In Residence
Parish Council
John Newcomb,
[email protected]
Sacristans
Ralph Conti, 404-388-1225
[email protected]
Stewardship Committee
Janet Kinard, [email protected]
Ushers
Mike Wazlavek,
[email protected]
Daughters of Isabella
Terry McKitrick
[email protected]
Wedding Guild
Pam McMahon 404-435-5370
Danielle Herrmann 770-778-0095
English as a Second Language
Jerry Pace, 404-872-6960
[email protected]
LITURGY AND FAITH
LIFE MINISTRIES
Altar Servers
Mike Jones [email protected]
Mark Stouffer
[email protected]
Basilica Principal Choir
Billy Krape 404-377-3969
Delta Izaguirre
Faith Formation Assistant
(404) 974-2231
[email protected]
Basilica Children’s Choirs
Mallen Zabinski 404-636-1655,
[email protected] or
Gertrude Tinker Sachs
404-691-6084
[email protected]
William E. Krape
Organist/ Choirmaster
(404) 522-6800
Communion Visitation
Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
[email protected]
Alan McGill, Ph.D.
Director of Faith Formation and
Liturgy
(404) 974-2234
[email protected]
Extraordinary Ministers of the
Eucharist
Bill Schnitzer,
[email protected]
Patty Nichols
Receptionist
(404) 974-2230
[email protected]
Muffet Puckett
Administrative Assistant
(404) 974-2244
[email protected]
OUTREACH
MINISTRIES
AIDS Ministry
Monica Rudolph
[email protected]
Cookies for a Cause
Erin Schneider,
[email protected]
PARISH LIFE
ORGANIZATIONS
Gift Shop
Susan Foster, [email protected]
Knights of Columbus
Rob Jobson, 404-886-5636
[email protected]
Bereavement Support Group
Linda Kelley,
[email protected]
New Parishioner Welcome
Committee
Gift of Grace House Ministry
Gary Cox, [email protected]
Jim and Myra Kucera, 404-355-4313
[email protected]
Priest Appreciation Committee
Cindy Jones 404-217-2629
Habitat for Humanity
Gail Ronan 404-288-9883
Recycling Committee
Jerry Pace 404-872-6960
Haiti Ministry/Sister Parish
[email protected]
ServeHaiti
Wayne Book
Social Committee
Fran Carroll
[email protected]
Faith Formation Volunteers
Alan McGill
[email protected]
Midtown Assistance Center
Jenny Jobson, 404-681-0470
[email protected]
Flower Guild
Lee Doyle, 404-881-1717
[email protected]
Night Shelter
Alonzo Church, 404-577-5617
[email protected]
Greeters
Georgiann Caruso,
[email protected]
Joanne Smalley,
[email protected]
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Teresa Westwood,
[email protected]
Sue Jenson,
[email protected]
Humberto Quintas
Maintenance Supervisor
(404) 974-2240
Hearts on Fire
[email protected]
John Prevost
[email protected]
Michelle Rivers
Accountant (404) 974-2246
Ladies’ Altar and Rosary Society
[email protected]
Mia Pond, 404-786-6104
[email protected]
Catherine Tarbox
SPIRES editor
Liturgy of the Hours Prayer
[email protected]
Group
Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
ADVISORY
[email protected]
Prison Ministry
(men) Milt Shlapak
404-349-0909
[email protected]
(women) Janet Wells 404-303-8050
[email protected]
Respect Life
Cathy Weaver, 770-361-8346
[email protected]
Young Adult Group
Ben Wathen, 615-415-0583
[email protected]
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Acólitos
Ana Vargas, 678-516-4868,
[email protected]
Circulo Bíblico
Deacon Marino Gonzalez,
404-974-2235
[email protected]
Coro de la Misa de 1:30 pm
Lester Mendiola
[email protected]
Lectores
Benny Gonzalez, 678-507-8359
Ministerio Extraordinario de la
Comunión
Roman Zepeda 404-604-4464
St. Vincent de Paul Society
For membership info:
Pedido de Bautismos
Jack Stenger [email protected] Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231
[email protected]
Thursday Food Distribution
Deacon Marino Gonzalez,
Ujieres
Jose Ángel Verdugo, 770-771-9298
404-974-2235
[email protected]
COMMITTEES
Liturgical Readers
Alice Heffernan-Sneed,
Finance Committee
404-402-5840
Jerry Robinson, [email protected]
[email protected]
Terry McKitrick
Liturgy Committee
Alan McGill
[email protected]
[email protected]
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MARCH 13, 2016 5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
MARCH 14-19, 2016
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SUNDAY MASS READINGS

THE WEEKDAY READINGS
Isaiah 43:16-21 Psalm 126 Philippians 3:8-14 John 8:1-11
Monday: Dn 13:1-9, 15-17, 19-30, 33-62;
Ps 23:1-6; Jn 8:12-20
“God writes straight with crooked lines,” the saying
goes. The power of Paul’s testimony that everything is
junk but knowledge of Jesus and the power of his
resurrection is a straight enough message. And, God
knows, Paul had a crooked journey before his blinding
insight straight from God. Through Isaiah, God
reminds us all that the past great works were as nothing
compared to the new creation. “Can’t you see it?” we
are asked, as if we are still wandering along our crooked
lines. And there is no straighter line than that between
the woman whose misery is intense and the God whose
mercy in Jesus is deeper and more acute. You just can’t
beat this kind of good news.
Tuesday: Nm 21:4-9; Ps 102:2-3, 16-21;
Jn 8:21-30
Wednesday: Dn 3:14-20, 91-92, 95; Dn 3:52-56;
Jn 8:31-42
Thursday: Gn 17:3-9; Ps 105:4-9: Jn 8:51-59
Friday: Jer 20:10-13; Ps 18:2-7; Jn 10:31-42 Saturday: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27,
29; Rom 4:13, 16-18, 22; Mt 1:16,
18-21, 24a
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
THIS WEEK’S SECOND COLLECTION
ORGAN PRELUDE
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Modal Prelude, Jean Langlais (1907-1991)
Langlais was one of the most renowned organists of the
Twentieth Century. His music is filled with rich and
luscious harmonies. Much of his organ music has been
based on Gregorian Chant.
REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS...
THE SICK
Pablo Cepeda
Lydia Cochran
Louise Daniell
Robert Foster
Jerry Jones
Gigi Kirn
A PRAYER FOR THE 5TH WEEK
OF LENT
God of love,
I know that you are the source of all
that is good and graced in my life.
Help me to move from the life of sin
to which I so often cling,
into the new life of grace you offer me.
You know what I need to prepare for your kingdom.
Bless me with those gifts.
THE DEAD
IN MILITARY
SERVICE
CANDLE
INTENTIONS
Lucille Hill
Milton Lynch
Nicola McCarthy
Terry McKitrick
Fr. Joseph Peek
Maxine Rowland
Pat & Deacon Wayne
Smith
Marissa Stutzman
Olin Sneed
Gift of Grace
House residents
Yolanda Tapia Ruhe
Rafael Duralde
Intentions of: Khai Davidson, Terry
McKitrick, Bobbie Overton, Deacon Wayne
Smith, For Faith Divine
Petition to St. Joseph the Worker
In Memoriam: Dianne Wright
EASTER FLOWER ENVELOPES
AVAILABLE IN THE PEWS
ALL NAMES SUBMITTED BY 3/20 WILL BE
PUBLISHED IN THE EASTER EDITION
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PARISH NEWS
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
FINANCIAL REPORT
HOLY WEEK MARCH 21-26
Tuesday
 Tenebrae, 7:00pm
WednesdayFriday
 Office Closed
Holy Thursday
 Mass of the Lord’s Supper,
7:00pm
 No 7:00am or 12:10pm masses
Good Friday
MARCH 2016
March 6
 Blessing of Easter Food Baskets
 Easter Vigil, 8:30pm
Easter Sunday
Regular Sunday schedule with the
exception of no 6:00pm Mass
March 20
March 27
Monthly Electronic Giving
$23,037
Monthly Budgeted Collections
$92,500
Actual Year-to-date
$773,132
Budget thru March 31, 2016
$857,500
Actual vs Budget
($84,368)
2nd Collection
March 6
$2,836
FAMILY LIFE MEDITATION FOR
LENT
MARCH 22, 7PM
I
ll are welcome to attend a Tenebrae Liturgy at
Sacred Heart on the Tuesday of Holy Week. The
term “Tenebrae” is Latin for shadows. It is a service of
scripture readings traditionally prayed during Holy
Week, and is characterized by a gradual darkening of
the church as candles are extinguished at three points
throughout the service. The assembly participates,
reading the psalms in parts, much as monks and
cloistered nuns do when praying the Liturgy of the
Hours.
n Spe Salvi, Pope Benedict XVI said:
Whoever is moved by love begins to perceive
what “life” really is. He begins to perceive the
meaning of the word of hope that we encountered
in the Baptismal Rite: from faith I await “eternal life”
— the true life which, whole and unthreatened in all its
fullness, is simply life. Jesus, who said that he had
come so that we might have life and have it in its
fullness, in abundance, has also explained to us what
“life” means: “this is eternal life, that they know you
the only true God and Jesus Christ whom you have
sent” (Jn17:3). Life in its true sense is not something
we have exclusively in or from ourselves; it is a
relationship. And life in its totality is a relationship
with him who is the source of life. If we are in relation
with him who does not die, who is life itself and love
itself, then we are in life. Then we live.
As a family consider:
 How would our family be different if we didn’t
love at all?
 For couples, discuss moment of your life together
that helped you grow as a couple.
 Discuss stories of your children’s births and the gift
that each of their lives has been to your family.
BLESSING OF EASTER FOOD
BASKETS
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Total Month-to-date
Fiscal Year-to-date Comparisons
TENEBRAE LITURGY
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$23,037
March 13
 Tre Ore with Stations of the Cross
and Confessions, 12:00pm3:00pm
 Via Crucis, 5:00pm
 Good Friday Service with
Veneration, 7:00pm
Holy Saturday

SATURDAY MARCH 26, 10AM
n Eastern European countries the blessing of Easter
foods was an important tradition. In some places, the
blessing of special Easter food takes place on Holy
Saturday. Among the Slovaks a basket containing
lamb, dyed and plain boiled eggs, and a special Easter
bread is taken to the church where the priest blesses it.
The food is then taken home and eaten for breakfast on
Easter Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
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 Artículos en Español 
13 de marzo de 2016
Quinto Domingo de Cuaresma
LECTURAS DE HOY
EL “MISTERIO PASCUAL”
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Primera Lectura — El Señor hace algo nuevo para que
el pueblo escogido (Isaías 43:16-21) o Ezequiel 37:1214.
Salmo — Grandes cosas has hecho por nosotros, Señor
(Salmo 126 [125]) o Salmo 130(129).
Segunda Lectura — El bien supremo es conocer a
Jesús como Señor (Filipenses 3:8-14) o Romanos 8:811.
Evangelio — Sorprenden a una mujer en el acto de
adulterio. Que el que no tenga pecado tire la primera
piedra (Juan 8:1-11) o Juan 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27,
33b-45].
os invitamos a una serie de reflexiones que se darán
todos los Viernes de Cuaresma comenzando el
viernes 12 de febrero a las 7:30 pm en el lado oeste del
salón parroquial. Los temas son; El Pecado, El Misterio
del Sufrimiento, La Resurrección, La Vida despues de la
Muerte y La Encarnación.
TRADICIONES DE
NUESTRA FE
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de
Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado
con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.
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rtesanos preparan alfombras de flores y plumas de
quetzal en Guatemala para las fiestas de esta
semana santa. Grupos de fieles practican su papel de
personaje judío o romano para los vía crucis en México,
Texas, Chicago y tantos lugares más. Fraternidades
penitenciales están preparándose espiritualmente para
cargar con imágenes sagradas y pesadas por calles
españolas. Muchos más están preparando sus maletas
para irse a la playa o las montañas donde,
probablemente, nunca recordaran el nombre de Jesús.
Estos últimos se perderán las liturgias más
significativas de nuestra fe cristiana; ritos llenos de
movimiento desde afuera de la Iglesia hasta adentro.
Están llenos de símbolos que nos llaman a la verdad de
la existencia cristiana y humana: somos personas
paradójicas. Comenzamos entre los hosannas del
Domingo de Ramos, pasamos por las dolorosas
imágenes del Viernes Santo y terminamos entre juegos
de oscuridad, fuego y agua en la Vigilia Pascual.
Muchas veces honramos al Señor y tantas veces lo
negamos, pero él nunca deja de llamarnos. En fin nos
recuerda que la condición humana es sagrada y profana
a la vez.
RENGLONES RECTOS
“Dios escribe derecho en renglones torcidos”, dice
el refrán. El testimonio contundente de san Pablo,
cuando nos dice que todo es basura fuera del conocer a
Cristo y experimentar la fuerza de su Resurrección, es
un mensaje bien directo y claro –aunque Dios sabe que
Pablo anduvo por una senda bien torcida antes de
recibir la luz cegadora del Señor.
Isaías nos recuerda que los grandes milagros del
pasado no son nada en comparación con la nueva
creación que Dios va a realizar. “¿No lo notan?” nos
pregunta el profeta, como si todavía anduviéramos
perdidos por nuestras sendas torcidas.
Y no hay renglón más derecho que la línea que conecta la
intensa miseria de una mujer pecadora con la misericordia de Dios
que se muestra en la persona de Jesús. ¡Eso sí que son Buenas
Nuevas!”
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
ESCRITURA INSPIRADA
Estudiar las Escrituras inspiradas es la manera principal de saber cuál es nuestro deber.
—San Basilio Magno
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CALENDAR AT A GLANCE
Mass Intentions
Sun, 3/13
Mon, 3/14
Tues, 3/15
Wed, 3/16
5th Sunday in Lent
8:00am Greg Parks (D)
10:00am The Arico Family (I)
12:00pm Dorothy Mazzolini (D)
1:30pm Pro Populo
6:00pm Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
5th Week of Lent
7:00am Holy Souls (D)
12:10pm Msgr. Louis Naughton (D)
7:00am James Walsh (D)
12:10pm Living and Deceased Members
of the Altar & Rosary Society
7:00am Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
12:10pm Michael Digirolamo (D)
Thur, 3/17
7:00am Mary Coletti (D)
12:10pm Patricia O’Hagan (D)
Fri, 3/18
7:00am Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
12:10pm Joe Sadlier (D)
Sat, 3/19
Sun, 3/20
Mon, 3/21
Tues, 3/22
Wed, 3/23
Thur, 3/24
Fri, 3/25
Sat, 3/19
9:00am Martha Rivas (I)
5:30pm Frantz Joseph Neilan (D)
Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
8:00am Christopher Correll (I)
10:00am Donald Agnoli (D)
12:00pm Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
1:30pm Martha Rivas (I)
6:00pm Pro Populo
Holy Week
7:00am Michael J. Correll (I)
12:10pm Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
7:00am Dolores Elfe & family (I)
12:10pm Communion Service
7:00am Yolanda Tapia Ruhe (I)
12:10pm Hubert Beil (D)
Holy Thursday
7:00pm Sr. Melanie Courtney,
RSM (D)
Good Friday—No Masses
12:00pm Tre Ore with Confessions
7:00pm Good Friday Liturgy with
Veneration of the Cross
Holy Saturday—No daily
Mass
8:30pm Easter Vigil Pro Populo
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Meetings and Events
Basilica Choir Warm-up
Hispanic Choir Rehearsal
ESL Classes
Young Adult Group Corporal
Works of Mercy
9:30am, OR
11:45am, OR
12:30pm, classroom area
7:00pm, PHE
Eucharistic Adoration
Altar & Rosary Society Mtg
12:30-1:30pm, C
1:00pm, PH
Outreach Sandwich Prep
Parish Council Mtg
12:30pm, K, PH
6:15pm, CR
Food Distribution
Book Discussion
8:00am, PH
6:30pm, offsite
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Adult Faith Formation Lent Series
Stations of the Cross &
Benediction
Soup Supper
Adult Faith Formation Lent Series
8:00am, C, S
12:30pm, PH
5:30pm, C
Prayer Shawl Ministry Mtg
Basilica Choir Warm-up
Hispanic Choir Rehearsal
Young Adult Group Corporal
Works of Mercy
9:00am, CR
9:30am, OR
11:45am, OR
7:00pm, PHE
Women’s Prison Ministry
Seder Meal
Eucharistic Adoration
Outreach Sandwich Prep
Office Closed
Food Distribution
Office Closed
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Via Crucis
Blessing of Easter Food Baskets
Easter Vigil Minister Rehearsal
Easter Vigil RCIA Rehearsal
6:15pm, PH
7:00pm, PH
6:30pm, OR
7:00pm, PH
12:30-1:30pm, C
8:00am, K, PH
8:00am, PH
8:00am, C, S
5:00pm, C
10:00am, C
11:00am, C
12:00pm, C
Legend: D=deceased, I=intention; C= Church, PH=both sides Parish Hall, PHE=Parish Hall East side, PHW=Parish Hall West side, K=downstairs kitchen,
A=Atrium, CR=Conference Room, OR=Outreach Room, PR=Piano Room, S=Sacristy

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