July 3, 2016 - St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church

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July 3, 2016 - St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Pastor
Rev. Timothy P. LaBo
[email protected]
Associate Pastor
Rev. Christopher Dorsey
[email protected]
Rev. Lionel Pacheco
[email protected]
Rev. Rodolfo Ramon
Deacons
Juan Contreras
[email protected]
William Contreras
[email protected]
Jacinto Ortiz
Jose V. Ramos
[email protected]
Oswaldo Ramos
[email protected]
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Eva Barajas
[email protected]
Bookkeeper
Jorge Chaves
[email protected]
Maintenance
Alfredo Mejia
Collection from: June 25 & 26, 2016
Offertory ………… $ 8,713.43
Building fund … $ 6,213.00
Poor ……………… $
99.00
Building Maintenance.. $
100.00
Total……….……… $ 15,125.43
Our Catholic
Appeal
Building Fund
$2,875,628.09
Assessment:
$74,128.00
Alive in Christ
$151,151.21
Pledged:
$52,726.00
Needed:
$21,402.00
Pledges: 253
Insurance deductible savings
$95,934.46
General
Savings
$ 358,262.09
Our Catholic
Appeal
Savings
$ 27,903.46
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July 3, 2016
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Rejoice and be glad for I will spread prosperity over Jerusalem like a river, and the wealth of nations
like an overflowing torrent (Isaiah 66:10-14c).
Psalm — Let all the earth cry out to God with joy (Psalm
66).
Second Reading — May I never boast except in the cross of
our Lord Jesus Christ (Galatians 6:14-18).
Gospel — Jesus sends his disciples out in pairs to bring his
peace and proclaim the kingdom of God
(Luke 10:1-12, 17-20) [1-9].
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Hos 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Ps 145:2-9;
Mt 9:18-26; or, for Independence Day, any
readings from the Mass “For Public
Needs,” nos. 882-889, or “For Peace and
Justice,” nos. 887-891
Tuesday:
Hos 8:4-7, 11-13; Ps 115:3-10; Mt 9:32-38
Wednesday: Hos 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Ps 105:2-7; Mt 10:1-7
Thursday: Hos 11:1-4, 8c-9; Ps 80:2ac, 3b, 15-16;
Mt 10:7-15
Friday:
Hos 14:2-10; Ps 51:3-4, 8-9, 12-14, 17;
Mt 10:16-23
Saturday: Is 6:1-8; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Mt 10:24-33
Sunday:
Dt 30:10-14; Ps 69:14, 17, 30-31, 33-34,
36-37; or Ps 19:8-11; Col 1:15-20;
Lk 10:25-37
PEACE
The greeting of peace at Mass adds substance to
a message of today’s readings: peace is relational.
When we greet in peace the person near us at Mass,
we share the touch of a handshake or embrace, sincere eye contact, and friendly words.
The scriptures speak of a similar peace. The first
reading from Isaiah describes the peace of the holy
city, Jerusalem, a place of prosperity and comfort
where the “LORD’s power shall be known to his servants” (Isaiah 66:14c).
The Christian understanding of peace changes
slightly. Paul writes of the “peace and mercy” on all
who are created anew. Jesus describes a feeling of
peace that will rest on those who accept his disciples
and their message.
Peace is both an absence of strife and a personal
blessing. May we always and sincerely bring peace
to our own lives as we share it with others.
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass
Intentions
Intenciones
de las Misas
9:00 AM Saturday (07/02/2016)
† Jack Cronin
4:00 PM
† Rose M. Goodman
7:00 PM
† Antonio Figueroa
9:00 AM Sunday (07/03/2016)
† Rolando Bobis
11:00 AM
Para las Almas del Purgatorio
1:00 PM
♥ For the People
9:00 AM Monday (07/04/2016)
† Concepcion Aviles
9:00 AM Tuesday (07/05/2016)
♥ Claude Serat - Birthday Blessing
9:00 AM Wednesday (07/06/2016)
† Luis Aurelio De La Rosa Pinto
9:00 AM Thursday (07/07/2016)
† Rose Marie Goodman
9:00 AM Friday (07/08/2016)
♥ Aalisha Saint Cloud –
Thanksgiving to the Blessed
Virgin Mary
† Deceased/Fallecido ♥ Special Intention
Intención Especial
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This week in our Parish
Esta semana en nuestra Parroquia
For Sacrament
Preparation
Please call the church
office:
407-932-5004
Monday/Lunes:
9:00 am - Mass English - followed by Novena
5:00 pm - Legion of Mary (at Church)
7:00 pm-No Catechesis at church at this time
7:00 pm - Juan XXIII (3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
Para Preparación de
Sacramentos
Comuníquese con la
oficina Parroquial
Tuesday/Martes:
9:00 am - Mass English
10:00 - 1:00 pm Food Pantry(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd)
7:00 pm – No Catechesis at church at this time.
7:00 pm - Movimiento de Cursillo, Ultreya
(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
Wednesday/Miércoles:
9:00 am - Mass Spanish
5:15 pm - Novena (at church)
6:00 pm - Mass English
7:00 pm– No Catechesis at church at this time.
Thursday/Jueves:
9:00 am - Mass English
6:40 pm - 9:00 pm Charismatic Spanish group,
“Maria Siempre Virgen” at Church
8:00 pm- 9:00 pm Camino Neocatecumenal
(3870 Pleasant Hill Rd.)
Friday/Viernes:
9:00 am - Mass English
7:00 pm - 9:00 Youth Group, at Parish office
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm English Charismatic Group
(Church Cry room)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Creole Charismatic Group
(3870 Pleasant Hill Road.)
5:30 pm - Choir “Angeles de Jesus”- practice (@
Church)
7:00 pm - Choir “Jerusalén” practice (@ Church)
Saturday/Sábado:
1st Saturday of each month 9 am Mass Eng.
2:30 pm - Reconciliation at Church
4:00 pm - Vigil Mass English
4:00 pm - Comité Altagraciano (3870 Pleasant
Hill Road ), last Sat. of each month.
3:00 pm - Sagrado Corazón de Jesús (3870
Pleasant Hill Road,) 2nd Sat. of each month.
5:15 pm-Camino Neocatecumenal (en la Iglesia)
7:00 pm - Vigil Mass Spanish
†
Baptism, First Communion, Confirmation, Matrimony, and Anointing of
the Sick
Matrimony arrangements should be
made 6 months
prior to desired
wedding date.
Arreglos de matrimonio se deben hacer 6
meses antes de la
fecha que desea.
Next Baptism in Church:
Siguiente Bautismo :
August 6, 10:00 am - English
Agosto 6 , 11:00 am– Spanish
Next Baptismal Class
siguiente clase
para Bautismo
July 30….10:00 am
In the Parish Office
Sunday/Domingo:
9:00 am - Mass English
10:00 am - Camino Neocatecumenal meet
(3870 Pleasant Hill road)
11:00 am - Mass Spanish
1:00 pm - Mass Creole
6 pm-8pm—Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 3rd Sunday of each month at Church.
Reconciliation/Reconciliacion:
(confession/confesión)
Saturday/Sabado
2:30 pm
In the Church/ en la Iglesia
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
To Dedicate
Candles, Wine
or
Flowers for the
Sanctuary
For a loved one,
Living
or
Deceased
Call the office
Altar candles for the month of July are for:
The Tabernacle candle For the month of July is for:
The Wine For the month of July is for :
To dedicate the flowers on the Altar for a loved one living or
deceased, please call: Audrey Lauer at: 863-427-9393
— Galatians 6:14
The Parish office will be closed
Monday July 4th in observance
of Independence Day.
FREEDOM
Those who deny freedom to
others deserve it not for themselves.
—Abraham Lincoln
$1.00 Raffle Tickets will be available after each
Mass for a few weekends, for a chance to win
this frame. Please purchase your ticket at the
church Narthex. All proceeds raised will go toward our Building fund. Thank you for all your
support.
Fifth Sunday
in in
Ordinary
time
Fourteenth
Sunday
Ordinary
Time
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TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: Independence Day
Tuesday: St. Anthony Zaccaria;
St. Elizabeth of Portugal
Wednesday: St. Maria Goretti
Saturday: St. Augustine Zhao Rong and
Companions; Blessed Virgin Mary
WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS
Gloria Ventura Arce
Virginia Daniels
Kryslee Echevarria
Dereck Joel Mendez
Emilio Flores
Tess Flores
Mudge Lio Roman
Catherine Gil de Lamadrid
Krystal Bautista
Fernando Lira Bautista
Luz Muñoz
Nelson d. Rondon
Marthe Tercius
Patrick Tercius
Martint Tercius
Claudei Tercius
Alexandra Tercius
Ruben Perez
Adriana Martinez
Rubdialie Perez
Ruben Perez Jr.
Joseph DiNunzio
Deborah DiNunzio
Brian Rekiel
Some say tomato—and some say tomahto—you
know the old song. What do you say when you
arrive at church and see a font prepared, a baby in
the wings, the paschal candle burning? Well, maybe you will say that “we’re having a baptism today,” or maybe you say “we are having a christening.” The proper term is baptism, since that is the
name of the sacrament. But the persistent use of
“christening” in our culture, probably from due to
the influence of the Episcopal Church, is interesting.
Baptism, an ancient word, is from the Greek
meaning to dip or to dunk. Christening is an Old
English word that describes perfectly well that
more than getting splashed with water, the person
being baptized is being “Christ-ed.” No matter
what you call it, there’s always water involved,
and then an anointing with chrism—fragrant olive
oil consecrated as a sign of Christ’s presence—
poured upon the brow as we say, “As Christ was
anointed Priest, Prophet, and King, so may you
live always as a member of his body, sharing everlasting life.”
So, in being Christ-ed, you are conformed
to his image, your life is expected to be a retelling
of his life in miniature and you—even though you
may be squirming or sleeping—are commissioned
to be a priest, a prophet, a king. This means that
you are called to be one who worships, you are
called to speak the truth, you are called to shape
the world and exercise right judgment. That is the
deepest treasure of our tradition, and every time
you gather to celebrate a baptism, you renew your
vows precisely so that you can be more “Christed.” No matter what vocabulary you assign to the
liturgy, the key is transformation of the human
person in the community of the Body of Christ.
Decimocuarto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
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3 de julio de 2016
No permita Dios que yo me gloríe en algo que no sea la
cruz de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
— Gálatas 6:14
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Regocíjense y alégrense porque extenderé la prosperidad sobre Jerusalén como un río (Isaías
66:10-14c).
Salmos — Las obras del Señor son admirables
(Salmo 66 [65]).
Segunda lectura — Que nunca me gloríe excepto en la
cruz de nuestro Señor Jesucristo (Gálatas 6:14-18).
Evangelio — Jesús envía sus discípulos de dos en dos a
llevar su paz a la gente (Lucas 10:1-12, 17-20) [1-9].
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Os 2:16, 17b-18, 21-22; Sal 145 (144):2-9;
Mt 9:18-26; o para el Día de la Independencia
se pueden tomar las lecturas de las Misas para
varias necesidades y ocasiones: Por la nación
o por la paz y justicia.
Martes: Os 8:4-7, 11-13; Sal 115 (114):3-10;
Mt 9:32-38
Miércoles: Os 10:1-3, 7-8, 12; Sal 105 (104):2-7;
Mt 10:1-7
Jueves:
Os 11:1-4, 8c-9; Sal 80 (79):2ac, 3b, 15-16;
Mt 10:7-15
Viernes: Os 14:2-10; Sal 51 (50):3-4, 8-9, 12-14, 17;
Mt 10:16-23
Sábado: Is 6:1-8; Sal 93 (92):1-2, 5; Mt 10:24-33
Domingo: Dt 30:10-14; Sal 69 (68):14, 17, 30-31, 33-34,
36-37; o Sal 19 (18):8-11; Col 1:15-20;
Lc 10:25-37
Lunes:
LA PAZ
El saludo de la paz en la Misa fundamenta un mensaje
de las lecturas de hoy: la paz es relacional. Cuando le damos la paz a la persona que está cerca de nosotros en la
Misa, compartimos el roce de un apretón de manos o un
abrazo, el contacto visual sincero y palabras amistosas.
Las Escrituras hablan de una paz similar. La primera
lectura de Isaías describe la paz como la ciudad sagrada,
Jerusalén, un lugar de prosperidad y de consuelo donde
“Los siervos del Señor conocerán su poder”.
El entendimiento cristiano de la paz cambia ligeramente. San Pablo escribe sobre “la paz y la misericordia”
para todos los que son nuevas criaturas. Jesús describe un
sentimiento de paz que se posará sobre los que aceptan a
sus discípulos y a su mensaje.
La paz es tanto la ausencia de conflictos como una
bendición personal. Que siempre y sinceramente traigamos paz a nuestras propias vidas mientras la compartimos
con los demás.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
En muchos santuarios de latinoamerica y Europa se
pueden encontrar diversas ofrendas que han dejado
los fieles a través de los siglos. Entre estas ofrendas
es de particular relieve el exvoto. Exvoto (una frase
en latín que se traduce “del voto”) es el regalo que
se le presenta al santo o a la santa en reconocimiento del favor recibido. Esto también se llama
“manda”.
Los exvotos o mandas toman varias formas desde pequeñas medallas en forma de la parte del cuerpo que fue sanado hasta pinturas del milagro concedido. El exvoto más antiguo en América es de una
pintura mandada a hacer por Hernán Cortés en honor de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Extremadura (España). Esta imagen reconocía el hecho de ser
salvado del piquete de un alacrán mientras estaba
en México. Lamentablemente esta pintura se extravió en el siglo XIX.
En realidad el santo o la santa no necesita el exvoto pero los creyentes sí. Estas mandas nos recuerdan el poder de la intercesión divina en la vida humana. También nos invitan al agradecimiento de los
favores que Dios nos hace.
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The St. Rose of Lima Food Pantry
is open every Tuesday from 10 am to 1 p.m.
at 3870 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee 34746.
Please donate nonperishable food: Rice, pinto
beans, potatoes, pasta, sauce, macaroni and
cheese, cereal, peanut butter, jelly, raisins,
canned meats, canned vegetables, packaged or
canned milk, soup, packaged dinners, canned
fruit, tuna, muffin and bread mixes, pancake mix
and syrup, flour, oil, sugar, juice and baby food,
baby and adult diapers.
Donations can be dropped off at the narthex of the
church and at the food pantry location, or checks can
be made out to the St. Rose of Lima Food Pantry.
Jesus said, "As often as you did it to one of the
least of My brothers and sisters, you did it to Me."
Matthew 25:40
Youth Group/
(Ministerio de Jóvenes)
Meet every Friday/
(Se reúne todos los Viernes)
Time/Hora: 7-9 PM
Where/Donde:
3860 Pleasant Hill Rd.,
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Age/Edad: 14-18
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