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615 Vine Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678 Phone
615 Vine Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678
Phone: (916)783-5211 Fax: 916-783-5212
E-Mail: [email protected] Web: www.strosechurch.org
Parish Mission Statement
We, the family of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Parish, are called by virtue of our baptism and guided
by the Holy Spirit to be disciples of Jesus. As disciples of Jesus, we are dedicated to foster the
growth of God’s Kingdom on earth by praising God and living the Gospel values of love, justice,
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ July 24, 2016
SCHEDULE OF MASSES
Monday—Friday: 6:30 & 8 am; Wednesday eve. 6:30 pm (Spanish)
Saturday: 8:00 am
Saturday Vigil Masses: 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm (Spanish)
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am; 12:30 pm (Spanish); 5:00 pm
Sacrament of Baptism: Pre-registration and Baptism classes are required. Please contact the office, (916) 783-5211 ext. 7013
Sacrament of Holy Matrimony: Please contact the office to schedule
a meeting with the Clergy at least 6 months in advance and before setting your date, (916) 783-5211
CONFESSION
Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm
Saturday 3:00-4:30 pm
Quinceañeras: Please contact the office to schedule a meeting with the
Clergy at least 6 months in advance and before setting your date, (916)
783-5211
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30 pm
ADORATION and LITURGY OF THE HOURS
Saturday 7:00 am
PARISH CLERGY AND STAFF
(916)783-5211
Pastor
Fr. Joel Genabia
ext. 7012
Parochial Vicar
Fr. Antonio “Ace” Racela III ext. 7016
Pastor Emeritus
Fr. Michael Cormack
ext. 7008
Pastor Emeritus
Fr. Michael McKeon
ext. 7008
Deacons
Deacon Peter Silott
ext. 7008
Deacon Mark Van Hook
ext. 7014
Deacon Mike Turner
est. 7008
Liturgy Coordinator
Lynne Brys
ext. 7006
Religious Education—English Dona Gentile, Director
ext. 7010
Cathie Newman, Assistant ext. 7010
Religious Education– Spanish Frida Callejas, Coordinator ext. 7011
Coordinator of Youth Ministry Beckee Szumski
ext. 7004
Office Manager
Edie Sickman
ext. 7008
Bi-Lingual Secretary & Baptisms Stella Guzman
ext. 7013
Bookkeeper
Carmen Dizon
ext. 7017
Plant Manager
Martin Vargas
ext. 7005
Custodial Services
All Solutions Cleaning, Inc.
Ligia Popa, Rocio Vargas
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First Reading Reflection: Genesis 18:20-32
Could the author of Genesis have come up with a better story to
show the power of prayer and just how merciful God is? Here
we see Abraham pleading with God, praying a beautiful prayer
for mercy. Abraham's prayer shows us how close he was to
God. It also shows that God always listens to our prayers. God's
mercy is so great!
Second Reading Reflection: Colossians 2:12-14
When you were baptized, you were freed from sin and given
new life through water and the Holy Spirit. It is this new life of
grace that Paul speaks of today. He reminds Christians that Jesus has canceled the "debt" of our sins by his death on the cross.
Our new life is not just something for later, after we die. It begins now!
www.strose.org
633 Vine Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678
Phone: (916)782-1161
Principal Suzanne Smoley
Transitional Kindergarten through 8th Grade
School Motto: St. Rose School exists to
bring our Catholic faith to life.
Gospel Reflection: Luke 11:1-13
What a wonderful scene Luke paints for us today! The disciples
watch Jesus at prayer. They see how much prayer means to him.
One of them gets up the nerve to ask, "Lord, will you teach us
to pray?" And Jesus responds by sharing the Lord's Prayer with
them. (This is a shorter version than the one we pray from Matthew 6:9-13.) Then Jesus completes his lesson prayer by telling
two parables. The first urges us to persist in prayer. The second
reminds us that we do not always pray for the right things. God
knows best how our prayers should be answered.
How can you appreciate and share daily bread and all the gifts
you receive from the Father each day? How can you ask for
forgiveness and give forgiveness to others?
OFFERTORY & SECOND COLLECTIONS:
Make checks payable to St. Rose of Lima
Thank you for your generosity
SATURDAY, July 23, 2016
8:00 AM
Stacy & Family
5:00 PM
Pray for our Priests and
Deacons
Oremos por nuestros
Sacerdotes y Diáconos
SUNDAY, July 24, 2016
Kim Radka †
7:30 AM
Family
Saturday/Sunday—August 6/7 —Offertory/Maintenance
Saturday/Sunday—August 13/14—Offertory
7:00 PM
Victor Yap, birthday
9:00 AM
Anastacia Gonzalez †
Franco Giovannoni †
10:30 AM
Saturday/Sunday—August 20/21—Offertory/Church in Latin America
Jim & Laura
Ruby
Valasek
Family
Steve
People of Parish
Gene Rexford †
Saturday/Sunday—July 23/24—Offertory
Saturday/Sunday-July 30/31-Offertory/Missionary Cooperative
Appeal
Please use Faith Direct – electronic deductions!
CONTRIBUTIONS for June 2016
June, 2016—Offertory Sunday Collection— $ 56,526
June, 2016—Maintenance Sunday Collection—$ 5,506
Vela
12:30 PM
Pray for our Holy Father
June, 2016 (Offertory)—Faith Direct—$ 10,339
June, 2016 (Maintenance) - Faith Direct—$ 1,427
5:00 PM
Oremos por el Santo Papa
Total Contributions for June - $ 74,098
MONDAY, July 25, 2016
6:30 AM
Pray for our Country
8:00 AM
Joseph Paul, healing
Thank you for your generous support.
Susan & Linda
TUESDAY, July 26, 2016
Pray for our Parishioners
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
Monday:
Tuesday:
Pray for those in the Hospital
or Nursing Homes
WEDNESDAY, July 27, 2016
6:30 AM
Jose Maria Montes †
Maria
8:00 AM
Elizabeth Oandasan †
Tessie
Wanda Roche †
Susan
6:30 PM
Oremos por todos los
Ministerios
THURSDAY, July 28, 2016
Pray for the unborn
6:30 AM
8:00 AM
Michael J. Virga †
5:00 PM
Delores Hahn †
7:00 PM
Oremos por nuestro país
2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Thursday: Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Friday:
Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19-27
or Lk 10:38-42
Saturday: Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31, 33-34;
Mt 14:1-12
Sunday:
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14, 17;
Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lk 12:13-21
Eucharistic Adoration
and Liturgy of the Hours
Katie & Sam
FRIDAY, July 29 2016
Pray for those in need of our
6:30 AM
prayers
Soledad Nicklas †
8:00 AM
SATURDAY, July 30, 2016
Italian Catholic Federation
8:00 AM
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Saturdays at 7:00 AM
Family
Diane
Celebrated in the Church every Saturday morning
starting at 7AM. This is a beautiful way to
participate in the Year of Mercy.
During this Holy Hour we will pray the weekly
Breviary Morning Prayer and provide a copy for
everyone who attends. We will close with
Benediction about 5 minutes before the 8 AM Mass.
THE MARK OF THE MAKER
“If things created are so full of loveliness, how resplendent must be the One who made them!
The wisdom of the Worker is apparent in such handiwork.”
~ St. Anthony of Padua
PARISH LIBRARY
Hours:
MISSIONARY COOPERATIVE APPEAL
Presentation and Second Collection July 30th -31st
The Missionary Cooperative Appeal is an annual program in
which missionaries from around the world speak at each
parish. The goal of this appeal is to increase awareness of
missionary work and to raise funds to help missionary
organizations continue their evangelization efforts.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
8:30 am to 12:30pm
Location: Par ish House next to the Par ish
Office, 506 Marietti Way, Roseville
Parking: Park in the Church parking lot closest to the Office
and enter through the back yard gate off Vinewood
Ave.
Come by, browse and check out a book.
Contact the Parish office (916)783-5211 with questions
St. Rose welcomes Fr. Anthony the weekend
of July 30th & 31st
HOSPITIALITY SUNDAY
August 7th ~ Parish Hall
Join us for “Donut Sunday” after the morning Masses
on Sunday August 7th
Visit the Religious Ed Registration table to inquire
about the 2016-2017 programs
Hosted by Lambert Funeral Home
LUNCHES FOR THE HOMELESS
Thank you Dona, the Religious Education Office and
all the Volunteers who provide lunches for the less
fortunate in our community
Help us pack lunches after the 9:00 am Mass on Sunday
Dates: 7/25, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21, 8/28
DONATIONS always gratefully accepted
for this ministry that supports our brothers and sisters.
Please consider joining this rewarding ministry that welcomes
our fellow brothers and sisters as they arrive for Mass
on Sunday
Commitment is once a month at the Mass time you prefer.
Our smiling faces are the first ones that people
see entering into God's home. Just a simple
smile and a friendly welcome is all you need
to be able to do. We do make a difference!
If you have any questions, please call Lynne
666-7348 or Bobbie 784-1115.
St. Rose School
Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade
The School has openings in several classes between preKindergarten through 8th grade. If you are interested in
enrolling your child at St. Rose School for next school
year, please visit the school website,
http://www.strose.org, or contact Mrs. Weinreich at 916
-782-1161 ext. 101 or email: [email protected]
Drop off donations in the box outside the Religious Ed office
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
Christmas in July—Cookie Fundraiser
TODAY—July 24th
Please visit the Christmas in July table after the morning
Masses on July 24th and purchase homemade cookies. Your
support will help raise funds for the Teen Christmas gifts for
the annual Knights of Columbus Christmas Basket Program.
Thank you Taylor Jurisich for leading this event
SCHOOL NEWS
Scrip Program: Purchase after the 9:00 am Mass during
July and purchase in the school office beginning August 1st
August 9th: Parent Guild Used Uniform Sale and Ice
Cream Social, 3:00-7:00 pm in the Hall/Gym
August 15th: First day of school with School wide Mass at
9:30 am
Dona Gentile
Director of Religious Education
916-783-5211 ext.7010
Beckee Szumski
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
916-783-5211 ext.7004
Summer Sacrament Preparation Class
July 25 – Aug 4, 2016
Monday thr ough Thursday 9am – 11:30 am
Summer Session Completes: YEAR 1
requirements for First Communion
Registration: $40 per child
Summer Series: Altaration
High School Teens
Incoming freshmen through graduated seniors!
FAITH FORMATION REGISTRATION
Event on August 7th
Join us this summer for an awesome series that
will forever change the way you look at the Mass!
Faith Formation - 4 yrs old through 5th Grade
6-7:30 PM | PARISH YOUTH HOUSE
Sunday classes 10:30am – 11:30am (beginning Oct. 2) or
Wednesday classes 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm (beginning Oct. 5)
Faith Formation - 6th Grade through 12th Grade
Edge (Jr. High) – Wednesday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Life Teen (High School) – Sunday after 5pm Mass – 8 pm
*Including a Year 1 and Year 2 for those preparing to receive their
Confirmation
Year 1 – youth attend either Edge or Life Teen
Year 2 - youth attend either Edge or Life Teen,
plus attend 12 Sunday classes star ting in the winter
Come to the hall on August 7th and find out more information or you can call the Religious Ed Office 783-5211
Ext 7010 or email at [email protected]
Forms are also available
online and in the Parish
Office
JULY 27
AUGUST 3
YOUTH MUSIC MINISTRY
Summer Is Here …What A Great Time To Hang Out With
Other Teens at Church!
All are welcome to come to the Life Teen Music Ministry Rehearsal
Jam, here at St. Rose every Thursday, 6:30-8:00 pm. Stop by and
check us out… You may find you are being called to sing or share
your musical talents with the group. Come one, come all, teens,
young adults, young at heart and with a desire to
praise God with your musical talents.
For more information please contact Mark Lawler, Youth Music Minister at
[email protected] or 916-215-2894.
SENIOR PROGRAM
July - Summer Break
August 18th - Kick Off Night
August 25th - Bingo
Schedule
4:30 PM Faith Sharing (not on bingo night)
6:00 PM Dinner, donation $7
7:00 PM Program
Respect Life Monthly Meeting: August 9th, 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Sacramento Life Center Baby Shower August 13-14th:
We’ll be accepting new/used baby items and donations for
expectant/new mothers. Diapers are always appreciated!
Respect Life Mass: 2nd Satur day ever y month @8am,
"remember to wear your blue Respect Life tee shirts!"
Woman’s Retreat: August 18 – 21, 2016
It is time to register for the St. Rose of Lima
Women’s A.C.T.S. Retreat
If you are looking for a way to deepen your relationship with
Jesus Christ, renew yourself spiritually, give new meaning to
your prayer life and Sunday liturgies, as well as build lasting
friendships with members of your community, this retreat is for
YOU.
Roundtrip transportation is provided. The retreat begins Thursday evening. Send off is from St. Rose Church where you will
be driven to the retreat center for a three night stay. On Sunday, you will return to celebrate with the parish at the 10:30 am
Mass.
Retreat applications are now available. Space is limited so don’t miss out! If you are feeling
the nudge from the Holy Spirit
please take home an A.C.T.S. information brochure. If you have questions Retreat Director, Veronica
Ortiz and formation team are happy
to help. Veronica can be reached at
[email protected] or 792-9319.
Spiritual Adoption: Week 20 - Hair is starting to grow on
my head. I wonder what color it is? My heart pumps about
six gallons of blood every day. I am 20 weeks old now, and in
ANOTHER 20 weeks I will be born, when I am 9 months
old!
Praying in front of Planned Parenthood on Sunrise Blvd
(next to Creek bridge) in Roseville: ever y Thur sday
@9am "JOIN US, RAIN OR SHINE, it is a CHRISTIAN
happening!"
UPCOMING EVENTS:
August 20th: Diocese of Sacr amento Respect Life Annual
Gathering
September 11th: Bishop Gallegos Mater nity Home Dinner
September 28 to November 6th: 40DAYS FOR LIFE
November 12th: Sacr amento Life Center Salute to Life
Dinner & Auction
Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat: This ministr y holds r etr eats
for healing after Abortion. Their web site is rachelsvineyard.org. Our Respect Life Ministry is willing to sponsor a
parishioner who needs financial assistance. Contact Joan
Donohue at or 916-417-1071.
A.C.T.S. is an acronym for Adoration - Community - Theology - Service
Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus
10 Day Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
November 8—17, 2016
Hosted by: Fr. Jovito Rata, Jr. and
Fr. Joel Genabia
Pilgrimage to include visits to the Sea of
Galilee, Nazareth, Mount of Olives, the Old City of
Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher,
and the Church of the Nativity
Cost is $3,599 per person from San Francisco
(air/land tour price is $2,899 plus $700 government
taxes/airline surcharges)
Tour Includes: Roundtrip air from San Francisco, First Class
Hotels, Breakfast and Dinner daily, Comprehensive sightseeing, porterage, Entrance Fees and much more!!
For a detailed brochure and more information
contact: Carmen Dizon or Fr. Joel Genabia:
Telephone: 916-783-5211 Ext. 7017 Email:
[email protected] or
[email protected]
Natural Family Planning Awareness Week
`
July 24th - July 30th
Evangelize the gift of NFP, please pick
up a handout located in the back of the
Church under the NFP poster
World Youth Day
SAINTS of MERCY RELICS TOUR
The Saints of Mercy Relics are currently on tour at various parishes and schools in the Diocese of Sacramento.
The Tour includes 30 relics of saints, blessed from
Rome.
Krakow 2016
This Week
July 25 - 31, 2016
Pray for the Youth and
WYD Pilgrims
The Relics will be at St. Peter in Dixon on August 21st
Visit: http://scddec.org/yom-relics-tour for more information.
Pope Francis advances the sainthood cause for
Bishop Alphonse Gallegos, declared Venerable
Pope Francis recognized the
heroic virtues of the late Auxiliary Bishop Alphonse Gallegos
of Sacramento, California,
known as the "bishop of the
barrio" because of his work with
the marginalized and the
"lowrider bishop'' because of his
support for members of local
modified-car clubs.
“Keep Jesus Christ in your hearts, and you will recognize
his face in every human being. You will want to help him
out in all his needs: the needs of your brothers and sisters. This is the way we prepare ourselves to meet Jesus,
when he will come again, on the last day, as the judge of
the living and the dead...”
~ Blessed John Paul II
He was particularly concerned
about the poor, un-catechized
young people, migrants and
other people who lacked support from the community, and he often spent
his summer vacations living with farmworkers in California's Central
Valley.
One of 11 children, he was born Feb. 20, 1931, in Albuquerque, New
Mexico, and grew up in the Watts area of Los Angeles. He did his seminary studies at the Tagaste Monastery in Suffern, New York, and was
ordained a priest for the Augustinian Recollects religious order in 1958.
Bishop Gallegos served as pastor for the San Miguel and Cristo Rey
parishes in the Los Angeles area and then moved to Sacramento in 1979
where he became the first director of the Division of Hispanic Affairs of
the California Catholic Conference. As founding director, he set in motion mobile pastoral teams for the state's farmworkers and a Spanishlanguage radio program to reach farmworkers in California and Mexico.
In 1981, St. John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop of Sacramento,
where he lived until his death in an automobile accident near Yuba City
Oct. 6, 1991.
While auxiliary bishop, he served as vicar general, vicar for the Hispanic
apostolate and vicar for ethnic communities in the diocese. He served at
both St. Rose Parish and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Sacramento.
At the time, he had been the first Hispanic bishop in the California state
capital since 1861.
Born with a severe myopic condition and nearly blind, Bishop Gallegos
had a warm and friendly personality.
It was not unusual to find him on Friday and Saturday nights on Franklin
Boulevard in Sacramento talking to the drivers and owners of the area's
famed lowriders -- cars with modified suspension systems -- blessing
their cars and helping them with their problems and concerns. About 300
lowrider cars participated in a procession in his honor before his funeral
Mass.
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A Christian who chooses to be merciful experiences true life and has
"eyes to see, ears to listen, and hands to comfort," Pope Francis said
June 30th during a Year of Mercy audience in St.
Peter's Square.
"That which makes mercy alive is its constant dynamism to go out searching for the needy and the needs
of those who are in spiritual or material hardship,"
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Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time ~ July 24, 2016
You were buried with him in baptism, in which you were also raised with him
through faith in the power of God, who raised him from the dead.
~ Colossians 2:12
Saints Joachim and Anne
July 26th
In the Scriptures, Matthew and Luke furnish a legal family
history of Jesus, tracing ancestry to show that Jesus is the culmination of great promises. Not only is his mother’s family
neglected, we also know nothing factual about them except that
they existed. Even the names Joachim and Anne come from a
legendary source written more than a century after Jesus died.
The heroism and holiness of these people, however, is inferred
from the whole family atmosphere around Mary in the Scriptures. Whether we rely on the legends about Mary’s childhood
or make guesses from the information in the Bible, we see in
her a fulfillment of many generations of prayerful persons,
herself steeped in the religious traditions of her people.
SAINTS’ DAYS & SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Monday:
Tuesday:
Friday:
Saturday:
St. James
Ss. Joachim and Anne;
World Youth Day, Krakow, Poland
St. Martha
St. Peter Chrysologus;
Blessed Virgin Mary
The strong character of Mary in making decisions, her continuous practice of prayer, her devotion to the laws of her faith, her
steadiness at moments of crisis, and her devotion to her relatives—all indicate a close-knit, loving family that looked forward to the next generation even while retaining the best of the
past.
Joachim and Anne—whether these are their real names or
not—represent that entire quiet series of generations who faithfully perform their duties, practice their faith and establish an
atmosphere for the coming of the Messiah, but remain obscure.
Mother Teresa Exhibit
You are invited to a special exhibition on the life of Blessed
Teresa of Calcutta August 1-13th at St. Rose Church,
5961 Franklin Blvd., Sacramento.
This exhibition is a tribute to Mother Teresa of Calcutta and
celebration of her canonization. There are 72 photographic
panels, noted in Spanish and English, that take your through
her life and heroic way of living and
loving that is a source of inspiration
and hope for all.
For more information, call St. Rose
Church at 421-1414.
“...[T]he family is the foundation of society. In it the various
generations come together and help one another to grow wise
and to harmonize personal rights with the other requirements
of social life” (Vatican II, Pastoral Constitution on the Church
in the Modern World, 52).
Saint of the Day; www.americancatholic.org
Teléfono: 916-783-5211
Fax: 916-783-5212
615 Vine Avenue
Roseville, CA 95678
www.strosechurch.org
offi[email protected]
Declaración de Misión
Nosotros la familia de la Iglesia de Santa Rosa de Lima somos llamados por virtud de nuestro bautismo y guiados por el Espíritu Santo para ser discípulos de Jesús. Como discípulos
de Jesús nos dedicamos a fomentar el crecimiento del Reino de Dios en la tierra, alabando a
Dios y viviendo los valores Evangelicas de amor, justicia, perdón y servicio a los demás.
CONCIERNOS Ó PREGUNTAS
Si tiene preguntas ó conciernos sobre la comunidad
Hispana; favor de comunicarse con:
Jose Plata (760-449-8860)
Martin Vargas (916-969-3299)
Venacio De Los Santos (916-201-7083)
Padre Joel ó Padre Antonio (916-783-5211)
HORARIO DE MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Miércoles 6:30 PM
Sábado 7:00 PM
Domingo 12:30 PM
CONFESIONES
Miércoles 5:00-6:00 pm
Sábado 3:00-4:30 pm
HORAS de la OFICINA PARROQUIAL
Lunes-Viernes 8:30-5:00 pm
ADORACIÓN
Primer Viernes del mes Adoración a las 7:00 PM
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Por el bien de los diez no destruiré la
ciudad (Génesis 18:20-32).
Salmo — Te damos gracias de todo corazón
(Salmo 138 [137]).
Segunda lectura — Enterrados con Cristo en el bautismo,
también fuimos resucitados con él, todas nuestras transgresiones son perdonadas
(Colosenses 2:12-14).
Evangelio — Pidan y recibirán, el Padre da el Espíritu Santo
a los que se lo piden (Lucas 11:1-13).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario II © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.
SIGUE REZANDO
Santa Mónica, cuya fiesta celebramos en agosto, se conoce generalmente como “la madre persistente”. Ella vio como
su hijo mayor, Agustín, le daba la espalda a su fe cristiana.
Mónica estaba exasperada. Durante años se dio por vencida de hablar directamente a su hijo siguiendo el consejo de un
obispo de la región que le dijo que era mejor hablar con Dios
sobre Agustín que con Agustín sobre Dios.
La madre nunca dejó de rezar por su hijo. Finalmente,
Agustín abandonó su rebeldía, fue bautizado y luego ordenado
y nombrado obispo de Hipona. San Agustín se convirtió en
uno de los eruditos más importantes de la Iglesia.
Las lecturas de hoy destacan la importancia de la oración
persistente. Abraham, a pesar de temer molestar al Señor, continúa preguntándole sobre el destino de Sodoma y Gomorra.
Jesús, en el Evangelio según san Lucas, le dice a sus discípulos “pidan y se les dará, busquen y encontrarán, toquen y se
les abrirá” (Lucas 11:9). Esta es nuestra tarea: seguir rezando.
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Soldados de Cristo cumplen los jueves en la C- habitación a partir de
las 7:00 PM
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes:
Martes:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Sal 126 (125):1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Jer 14:17-22; Sal 79 (78):8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Miércoles: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Sal 59 (58):2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Jueves:
Jer 18:1-6; Sal 146 (145):1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Viernes: Jer 26:1-9; Sal 69 (68):5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19-27
o Lc 10:38-42
Sábado: Jer 26:11-16, 24; Sal 69 (68):15-16, 30-31,
33-34; Mt 14:1-12
Domingo: Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Sal 90 (89):3-6, 12-14, 17;
Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lc 12:13-21
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Por siglos, Latinoamérica ha desarrollado una larga tradición religiosa con mitología espléndida. La palabra “religión”
del verbo latín religere significa “atar” o “enlazar”. Su función es unir seres humanos, los unos con los otros, con lazos
de caridad y justicia. Una vez enlazados en comunidad, la
religión los une al poder divino que rige el universo.
Entre las culturas andinas se encuentran mitos religiosos
que muestran la importancia de este enlazamiento. Según la
mitología Inca el universo esta compuesto por tres mundos:
el cielo (Janan pacha), la tierra (Cay pacha) y el bajo tierra
(Ucu pacha). Estos tres mundos están unidos por dos grandes
serpientes, Yacú-mama (ríos) y Sacha-mama (árboles), símbolos de la fecundidad.
Muchos piensan que los mitos son leyendas cuya función
es el entretenimiento. En realidad los mitos no son fábulas,
son historias que explican la verdad profunda del universo.
Nos muestran como unirnos y enlazarnos para vivir una vida
fecunda. En esta época de secularización, los cristianos no
podemos olvidar ni la religión ni la mitología si queremos dar
fruto como Jesús nos lo pide.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
Decimoséptimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario ~ 24 de julio de 2016
Por el bautismo fueron ustedes sepultados con Cristo y también resucitaron con él, mediante la fe en el
poder de Dios, que lo resucitó de entre los muertos.
~ Colosenses 2:12
Primera lectura: Lectura del libro del Génesis (18, 20-32)
En aquellos días, el Señor dijo: «La acusación contra Sodoma y Gomorra es fuerte, y su pecado es grave; voy a bajar, a ver si realmente sus acciones responden a la acusación; y si no, lo sabré.» Los hombres se volvieron y se dirigieron a Sodoma, mientras el Señor seguía en compañía
de Abrahán. Entonces Abrahán se acercó y dijo a Dios: «¿Es que vas a destruir al inocente con el culpable? Si hay cincuenta inocentes en la
ciudad, ¿los destruirás y no perdonarás al lugar por los cincuenta inocentes que hay en él? ¡Lejos de ti hacer tal cosa!, matar al inocente con el
culpable, de modo que la suerte del inocente sea como la del culpable; ¡lejos de ti! El juez de todo el mundo, ¿no hará justicia?» El Señor contestó: «Si encuentro en la ciudad de Sodoma cincuenta inocentes, perdonaré a toda la ciudad en atención a ellos.» Abrahán respondió: «Me he
atrevido a hablar a mi Señor, yo que soy polvo y ceniza. Si faltan cinco para el número de cincuenta inocentes, ¿destruirás, por cinco, toda la
ciudad?» Respondió el Señor: «No la destruiré, si es que encuentro allí cuarenta y cinco.» Abrahán insistió: «Quizá no se encuentren más que
cuarenta.»
Le respondió: «En atención a los cuarenta, no lo haré.» Abrahán siguió: «Que no se enfade mi Señor, si sigo hablando. ¿Y si se encuentran treinta?» Él respondió: «No lo haré, si encuentro allí treinta.» Insistió Abrahán: «Me he atrevido a hablar a mi Señor. ¿Y si se encuentran sólo
veinte?» Respondió el Señor: «En atención a los veinte, no la destruiré.» Abrahán continuó: «Que no se enfade mi Señor si hablo una vez más.
¿Y si se encuentran diez?» Contestó el Señor: «En atención a los diez, no la destruiré.»
Segunda lectura: Lectura de la carta del apóstol san Pablo a los Colosenses (2, 12-14)
Por el bautismo fuisteis sepultados con Cristo, y habéis resucitado con él, porque habéis creído en la fuerza de Dios que lo resucitó de entre los
muertos. Estabais muertos por vuestros pecados, porque no estabais circuncidados; pero Dios os dio vida en él, perdonándoos todos los pecados.
Borró el protocolo que nos condenaba con sus cláusulas y era contrario a nosotros; lo quitó de en medio, clavándolo en la cruz.
Evangelio Lectura: Lectura del santo evangelio según san Lucas (11, 1-13)
Una vez que estaba Jesús orando en cierto lugar, cuando terminó, uno de sus discípulos le dijo: «Señor, enséñanos a orar, como Juan enseñó a
sus discípulos.» Él les dijo: «Cuando oréis decid: "Padre, santificado sea tu nombre, venga tu reino, danos cada día nuestro pan del mañana,
perdónanos nuestros pecados, porque también nosotros perdonamos a todo el que nos debe algo, y no nos dejes caer en la tentación."» Y les dijo:
«Si alguno de vosotros tiene un amigo, y viene durante la medianoche para decirle: "Amigo, préstame tres panes, pues uno de mis amigos ha
venido de viaje y no tengo nada que ofrecerle." Y, desde dentro, el otro le responde: "No me molestes; la puerta está cerrada; mis niños y yo
estamos acostados; no puedo levantarme para dártelos." Si el otro insiste llamando, yo os digo que, si no se levanta y se los da por ser amigo
suyo, al menos por la importunidad se levantará y le dará cuanto necesite. Pues así os digo a vosotros: Pedid y se os dará, buscad y hallaréis,
llamad y se os abrirá; porque quien pide recibe, quien busca halla, y al que llama se le abre. ¿Qué padre entre vosotros, cuando el hijo le pide
pan, le dará una piedra? ¿O si le pide un pez, le dará una serpiente? ¿O si le pide un huevo, le dará un escorpión? Si vosotros, pues, que sois
malos, sabéis dar cosas buenas a vuestros hijos, ¿cuánto más vuestro Padre celestial dará el Espíritu Santo a los que se lo piden?»
Apelación de Cooperación para las Misiones
30 de y 31 de julio
La Apelación de Cooperación para las Misiones es un programa anual
en el cual misioneros de todo el mundo hablan en cada parroquia. El
objetivo de esta apelación es para aumentar el conocimiento del trabajo de misioneros y para recaudar fondos para ayudar a las organizaciones misioneras en su esfuerzo de evangelización. En la Diócesis de
Sacramento, 48 diferentes misiones fueron seleccionadas este año para
que cada una hable en dos parroquias.
Deseas tener una RELACIÓN PERSONAL con el Señor?
¿ Experimentar su AMOR incondicional?
! Aprender a ORAR con la palabra de Dios, la Biblia?
! Aprender y practicar el PERDÓN?
! Recuperar el sentido de la vida y la alegría de vivir?
EL TALLER DE ORACIÓN Y VIDA TE OFRECE
LAS HERRAMIENTAS
TE INVITAMOS A VIVIR UN TALLER DE
ORACIÓN Y VIDA
Iniciación: Viernes, 12 de Agosto
Horario:
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Lugar:
Iglesia Santa Rosa de Lima
Información: Guadalupe Espinosa
916 276 4372 celular
Santa Rosa le da la bienvenida a el Padre Anthony el fin de semana
del 30 y 31 de Julio.
PLATICAS PRE - MATRIMONIALES
Las plá cas pre-matrimoniales comiénzan el Lunes 29 de
Agosto y termínan el 17 de Octubre.
Las clases serán los lunes de 7:00 pm a 8:30 pm
Tendremos información general el Miercoles 24 de Agosto
déspues de la Misa de 6:30 pm
Para mas información llamar a:
Oficina de la Iglesia (916) 783-5211
(hacer cita con el Padre Antonio)
Tony Or z (916) 749-9897
Verónica Or z (916) 792-9319
Ministires & Organizations of St. Rose Parish
Advisory Council & Committee
Asesoría y Liderazgo en Español
Parish Finance Council
John Pittman
783-8643
Parish Pastoral Council
John Haluck
786-6423
Building Committee
Gary Magonigal
783-5971
Coordinador General
José Plata
709-449-8860
Secretaria
Dulce Vargas
969-3897
Gente Puente
Venancio De Los Santos
201-7083
Liturgia y Adoración
Liturgy & Worship
Liturgia Comité Coordinador
Rocio y Martin Vargas
969-3299
Secretaria y Lectores
Olimpia Prado
365-3179
Altar Servers
Lynne Brys
783-5211 x7006
Altar Society
Cecilia Aguon
773-6495
Arts & Environment
Marlene Mesich
784-8533
Ministros Extraordinarios
Rocio y Martin Vargas
969-3299
Children's Sunday Mass
Dona Gentile
783-5211 x7010
Sacristanes
Martha Y Juan Carlos Valdes
751-6112
Monaguillos
Gerardo y Martha y Arturo
Ramirez
723-4829
Bienvenida y Bienestar
Guillermo Contreras
899-3011
Colecta
Ramón Tellez
770-5395
Orden y decoro del tempo
Martin Vargas
969-3299
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist Lynne Brys
783-5211 x7006
Filipino Choir
Jose Namoc
707-561-6775
Lectors
Roger Anderson
773-5042
Youth Music Ministry Leader
Mark Lawler
215-2894
Liturgy Committee
Lynne Brys
783-5211 x7006
Journey in the Spirit Ministry
Barbara Turner
624-5956
Music Ministry
Lynne Brys
783-5211 x7006
Coro de Niños
Edgardo Maldonado
673-8710
Ushers
Ed Silva
408-2424
Coro de Adultos
Jorge Rivera
223-2448
Grupo de Oración
Verónica Castro
667-4644
Faith Formation & Education
Bible Jam
Chris Keller
792-4656
Coordinator of Youth Ministry
Beckee Szumski
783-5211 x7004
Formación en la Fe y Educación
Coordinador de Catequesis
Frida Callejas
783-5211 x7011
Religious Ed/Faith Formation
Dona Gentile
783-5211 x7010
RCIA
Dona Gentile
783-5211 x7010
Matrimonios para Cristo
Tony y Verónica Ortiz 749-9897
St. Rose School
Suzanne Smoley
782-1161
Karen Grehm
624-7274
Pre-cana curso prematrimonial
Tony y Verónica Ortiz 749-9897
St. Rose Adult Bible Study
Vacation Bible Camp
Dona Gentile
783-5211 x7010
Pre-Bautismal Sólo en la clase Juan Carlos
Amezquita
783-5211 x7013
Baptismal Preparation
Stella Guzman
783-5211 x7013
Solidaridad Social
968-1473
Grupo de Oración
Veronica Castro
667-4644
Soldados de Cristo
Martin Vargas
969-3299
Rosario de Amor Guadalupano
Rocio Vargas
969-3299
Coro – Grupo de Oración
Edgardo Maldonado
673-8710
Talleres de Oración y Vida
Guadalupe Espinosa
276-4372
Carmen Cuellar
Spirituality & Prayer
ACTS
George Hatten
Marianne Platt
916-772-5280
916-769-0454
Beginning Experience
Marie Alfuso
835-2282
Associates of Carmelites of Mary Carmen Sandow
Immaculate
782-8064
Charismatic Prayer & Praise
Chris Keller
792-4656
Couples for Christ FFL
Felipe & Anne Lopez 908-591-9278
Handmaids for Family & Life
Connie Munoa
784-0734
Prayer Line
Virginia DeBenardi
208-4971
Rosary Makers
Carolina Fregoso
Elva Valasek
645-7353
215-3080
Devotions
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Wally Mart
Agatha Collins
781-2821
782-2073
St. Jude
Shirley Kelly
408-7683
St. Mary Prayer Group
Maria Kader
412-5154
Parish Ministries & Organizations
Oración y Devoción
Social Outreach
Front Door Ministry
Diane Russell
783-5211 x7009
Health Ministry
Bobbie Mazas
784-1115
Homeless Lunches
Dona Gentile
783-5211 x7010
Respect Life
Joan Donohue
Robin Van Hook
417-1071
837-8059
Affiliated Organizations
Engaged Encounter
Bob & Trish Vlasak
786-3244
The Gathering Inn
Tom Battaglia
729-7252
772-6833
Lazarus Project
David Loya
Bereavement
Mickie Thompson
782-3324
St. Vincent de Paul
Tom Stanko
781-3303
Senior Fellowship Ministry
Dona Gentiile
783-5211 x7010
What Would Jesus Do
Rich Fogarty
772-1180
New Evangelization Ministry
Mary Christine Amurao
390-9682
Italian Catholic Federation
Tony Barsotti
952-8195
Welcoming Ministry
Bobbie Mazas/Lynne Mellberg
784-1115/6667348
Knights of Columbus
Manny Diaz
367-2628
Retrouvaille
800-470-2230