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Saint Joseph Catholic Church Iglesia Catolica De San Jose
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Iglesia Catolica De San Jose
Welcome to Visitors & New
Members
You are welcome to worship with us at any time. If
you are new to the Randolph County area, may we
invite you to register as a member of the parish?
Registration forms are available in parking lot
vestibule or by calling the office. 336—629-0221
512 West Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
Ph: 336-629-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.stjoenc.org
Office Hour Monday - Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Para Confesarse
Saturday at 5:00pm / Wednesday at 5:30 pm or by
appointment
Pueden confesarse los sábados a los 5:00pm y
Miercoles a los 5.30 pm de la tarde o puede llamar
al Párrocco, el Padre Philip por cita especial
Eucharistic Adoration Adoracion Eucaristica
First Fridat/Primer Viernes 9:00 am—Saturday 6:00
Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas
Saturday/Sábado 4:00pm English ,
6:00pm Español
Sunday/Domingo 9:00 am, 4:00 pm in English
12:00 pm en Español
Daily Masses:
Monday and Friday: 8:15am,
Wednesday: 6:00pm,
Thursday: 12:15
Holy Days: 7 pm Vigil 8:15, 12:15,& 7 pm Espanol
Parish Staff
Fr. Philip Kollithanath: Pastor, Email:
[email protected]
Jean Hyatt: Parish Secretary;
Teresita Ramirez: Office Assistant
Colette Estes Music Coordinator
Jason Kroeger Faith Formation Coordinator (English)
Manuela Torres: Hispanic Faith Formation Coordinator
Rosemary Chriscoe: Parish Council;
Scott Harris: Finance Council
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 9, 2015
I am the living bread
that came down from heaven.
-- John 6:51
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
Aug. 9,2015
From the Pastor’s Desk Fr. Philip Kollithana
Good news to share:
Finally, after many years of prayers and generous contributions and fund raisers, we have made real progress towards
our new church.
Our building committee under the leadership of Larry Kastner worked real hard for several months. The committee visited several beautiful Catholic churches in this area of the Diocese. Compared various floor plans and architectures and options in those churches and developed a truly Catholic design for our community. Being the only
Catholic church in this county, we made sure that in design and in details we depict a Catholic identity which will
witness to our Catholic traditions and faith values. The committee was very thoughtful and visionary in its approach. Future developmental options are located on the site plan.
As we envisioned in the Parish pastoral plan, the current phase focuses on the Church, Faith Formation
class rooms, parking lot, soccer field, and Knights of Columbus picnic shelter. For the future we are hoping to have a
gymnasium, catholic school, retirement homes, cemetery etc. all these are possible in the Lord’s time and we need to
keep working for. The current display of drawings shows the floor plan approved by the Bishop and preliminary
elevations. More detailed plans will be published as soon as they are available. We will keep you posted at every stage
of our progress. At this stage we have to appreciate the excellent leadership of Larry Kastner. We have to
congratulate the building committee for their hard work, and appreciate all our parish community for the patient
waiting and generous donations. . The building committee will make their presentations to the Diocesan Building
Committee on the 18th of this month for final approval of our plans. Then we will start the construction process
which will take quite some time. We will try to keep the cost within our budget limits and may come to you all for
some additional donations to make sure we have all the essentials for the house of worship. While we keep praying
for the realization of this long awaited dream, continue to pray that we succeed in this endeavor within the time and
cost limits. When you get time please review the plans posted on the back wall of the church. Make your observations, suggestions and recommendations and drop in the box kept at the kitchen door for that purpose.
Thank you and God bless you all.
Sarcament of Baptism—Baptism is a highly sacred event and deserves careful
and complete readiness. Please contact the church office (336-629-0221 to register for the Baptism Preparation
Class, which is done on a regular basis. Parents must be registered and participating members of our parish
community.
Sacrament of Marriage
‐ Couples should contact the Pastor (336-629-0221) at least 6 months prior
to the wedding date for necessary preparation.
Ministry of the Sick— Please call the church office (336-629-0221) to inform us of an illness or hospitalization of a family member. Federal Privacy Law prohibits the hospital from giving room numbers, so we
must have prior knowledge of a patient’s room number before we visit the hospital. The Sacrament of
Anointing is done upon request prior to surgery or a illness.
Prayers for our Military—please call the office (336-629-0221) to notify us of their Military Status
Faith Formation: Registration has begun after each of the masses or you can stop by the office pkease be
syre to bring your birth certificate and baptismal certificate if your child was not baptized here at
St. Joeseph.
Aug 9, 2015
Parish of St. Joseph
Weekly Offerings:
Offertory:
$
Year to Date._______________ $
Needed___________________ $
Under/over _______________$
Buildng Fund Goal
Raised :
WEEKLY MASS SCHEDULE 8/8
5,123.00
24,300.00
32,500.00
8,200.00
$1,500.000.00
$1,419,809.88
EDUCATIONAL MINUTES
Anyone that would like to ask Kim Price any questions
regarding (“Educational Minutes) or if anyone has a topic of interest to present to the congregation please e-mail her at
[email protected] or by cell phone 336– 653-1201. Kim
will be glad to discuss your recommended topics.
August 15th
Eucharistic: Maria & Silverio Sanchez, Javier Solis, Juanita Flores
Lectores:
Maria Plata, Vanesa Avila, Francisco Mejia
Hospitalidad Enselmo Perez Araceli Flores, Uriel Flores,
Yanca Castro,
Acolitos
Edwin Garcia, Maria Esteban, Jessica Alejo,
Teresa Barron
Spanish
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August 16.2015
8/8 6:00 pm + Adela DeMelo req. Jackie
Vruwink
8/9 Sun. 9:00 am Mass Graduates
Baptism Ross Baby
12:00 noon Spanish Mass
4:00 pm
Youth Mass
8/10 Mon. 8:15 Albert Hodges favors
received &Glory of God
Tues. 11
No mass—Rosary 1 pm
Wed. 12
5:30 pm confession, 6:00Mass
Thurs.13
12:15 Albert Hodges favors
received from St. Joseph &
Honor & G;lory of God
Fri. 14
8:15 am First Friday
Benediction after mass
followed by adoration
Sat. 15
1:00 pm Quinceanera Litze
Gomez
4:00 Eng;lish Mass
6:00 pm Spanish
Litze
12:00 noon Mass
Eucaristia:
Ana Moncion, Alicia Nieves, Bonifacio Nieves,
Christina Jimenez, Marie Uribe
Lectores:
Leonila Osorio, Bella Casas
Hospitalid Hilario, Miguel, Agustin Dominguez
Acolitos:
Teresa Barron, Jenny & Diana Avilez, Diana Laura
Annuncios : Roberto Perez, Patricia Palacios
4:00 pm Mass
August 15th
Acolytes:
Jenna
Lectors:
Larry Kastner, Mike Leach
Eucharistic Kim Price, Marty Hornyak, Jean Hyatt
Hospitality Lynn Hyatt, Mike Leach
August 16th 9:00 am English Mass
Acolytes: Alex Krasowski, David Appel
Lectors:
Tom Murphy ,Joan Sloyan
Eucharistic: Fran Stark, Dr.Pincus,Tom Murphy, Carol
Rich,Teresa Thornburg
Hospitality: Rosemary Chriscoe, Wayne Dawson Ron Stark &
Georgia McCollom
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE TURNED
IN THEIR PLEDGES FOR DSA.
We are still short of our assessment. Please consider making
your pledge soon in order for us to reach our goal
Please be informed that we are short of $4,500.00 to meet the
DSA Goal.
Since our building plans are currently under the review of the
Diocese, they will look into our liabilities first.
DSA is a parish liability which we have to meet the goal.
Please help our progress twoards the building project.
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PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
Knights of Columbus
& Squires
Aug.9 ,2015
PLESE TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR
OUR PARISHIONERS WHO ARE ILL
who have requested prayers:
Christopher Gardner, Bob Green, Grace Gizzi, Lillian
Any Catholic male 18 yrs &
Hazelwood & Roamona Shepard, Ardist Holyfield
over who may be interested in
Robert
Baker and Colleen Greene, Flora Smith,
joining the Knights, please conGary & Marilyn Hutchins , Ralph Evans, Jose Espiallet
tact Jason Kroeger at 301-4418. All the men of the
Carl McCollom & Ken Jalgert, Fanklin Lara
parish are welcome to join
SQUIRES: Will meet every 2nd Sunday of the month Military: Adolfo Angel Vasquez, Gustavo Pasillas
after the 4pm mass.
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The St. Joseph's Knights of Columbus is conducting a raffle from
now until the end of September for a single Scholarship at the
Harley Davidson Riding Academy at Cox's Harley Davidson outlet
in Asheboro. You will learn from certified instructors by the Motor Safety Foundation and Harley Davidson safe riding skills and
prepare you for the motorcycle license test. Tickets can be purchased from the Knights for $1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5 dollars. The value of this scholarship is $295.00
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Columbiettes
The Columbiettes next meeting will be on Aug. 20th
If any of the mom’s who want to attend and don’t
have baby sitters, some of the teens said they would be
glad to watch the children during the meeting. So you
have no excuse not to come to the meeting. We have a
few things to take care of so we would appreciate your
attendance.
Eucharistic Congress 2015
The Theme for the 11th Eucharistic Congress for the Diocese of
Charlotte is “Behold I Make all Things New”. The Congress will
include a procession of the Eucharist through the streets of Uptown Charlotte. Plan to attend this important event, September
11 & 12 2015 at the Charlotte Convention Center. Visit
www.GoEucharist.com for more information.
August
Youth Schedule
Aug 8th YARD SALE
Aug 9th Squires meet after 4pm Mass
Aug 22nd Habitat for Humanity service work
Aug 23rd Back to school party
Aug.30th Youth group meets at 5:30 pm
MAKE DEPOSITS
Friendship is like a bank account. You can’t continue to draw on it without making deposits.
—Anonymous
If there is anyone you would like to add to the
prayer list please calll the office & let us
know. 336-629-0221
Eucharistic Congress 2015
The Theme for the 11th Eucharistic Congress for the Diocese of
Charlotte is “Behold I Make all Things New”. Did you know
that it costs approx. $35.00 per person to stage the Eucharistic
Congress? Your gifts to the Congress help offset the cost of this
free event. You can make a donation online at
www.GoEucharist.com or send a check to the Diocese of Charlotte Eucharistic Congress, 1123 S. Church St. Charlotte, NC
282003.
BIRTHDAY LIST FOR Aug 11th—17
Aug. 11th Dave Beitzel, Victor Leon Barahana, Liliana
Ocampo, Samuel Escanga,Olivia Poupore
Aug.12th Fortini Vences, Elijah Montes, Herman Cortes,
Gabriel Benitez, Virginia King
Aug. 13th Donna Perry, Mary White
Aug 14th Ananarua Sakubas Rutzm,
John Ward
Aug.15th Concepcion Salinas
Ocampo, Barbara
Swanson
Aug. 16th Joshua Barron,
Aug. 17th Jose Manual Ocampo, Esraya Mulles,
Confirmation Bibles: the list of Candidates is
hanging on the wall near the old kitchen. If anyone would
like to donate a bible for our Candidates, please sign your
name on the sheet. Bibles will be $40.00 each. Please
drop the money off at the office or the collection. State
what it is for, who you want to donate it to.
Thank you for your generosity.
PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
Aug. 9,2015
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TODAY’S READINGS First Reading — After resting
and taking nourishment twice, Elijah is strengthened to walk to the
mountain of God, Horeb (1 Kings 19:4-8).
Psalm — Taste and see the goodness of the
Lord (Psalm 34).
Second Reading — Be sealed by the Holy Spirit
of God so as to be imitators of God and live in
love (Ephesians 4:30 — 5:2).
Gospel — Jesus professes that he is the living
bread and whoever eats his bread will live forever (John 6:41-51).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: 2 Cor 9:6-10; Ps 112:1-2, 5-9; Jn 12:24Tuesday: Dt 31:1-8; Dt 32:3-4ab, 7-9, 12; Mt 18:1-5,
10, 12-14
Wednesday: Dt 34:1-2; Ps 66:1-3a, 5, 8, 16-17; Mt 18:1520
Thursday: Jos 3:7-10a, 11, 13-17; Ps 114:1-6; Mt 18:21
— 19:1
Friday:
Jos 24:1-13; Ps 136:1-3, 16-18, 21-22, 24;
Mt 19:3-12
Saturday: Vigil: 1 Chr 15:3-4, 15-16; 16:1-2; Ps 132:6-7,
9-10, 13-14; 1 Cor 15:54b-57; Lk 11:27-28
Day: Rv 11:19a; 12:1-6a, 10ab; Ps 45:10-12,
16; 1 Cor 15:20-27; Lk 1:39-56
Sunday: Prv 9:1-6; Ps 34:2-7; Eph 5:15-20; Jn 6:5158
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday:
St. Lawrence
Tuesday:
St. Clare
Wednesday: St. Jane Frances de Chantal
Thursday:
Ss. Pontian and Hippolytus
Friday:
St. Maximilian Kolbe
Saturday:
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Rediscover Your Marriage – Retrouvaille simply means 'rediscovery'. The program offers the chance to rediscover yourself, your spouse, and a loving relationship in your
marriage. Thousands of couples headed for divorce have successfully improved their marriages by attending. Retrouvaille is
a not spiritual retreat, sensitivity group, seminar or social gathering. It is a program where couples learn to talk to each other
again. For confidential information or to apply for the next
program beginning with a weekend September 25, 2015, call
800-470-2230 or 434-793-0242, e-mail us at
[email protected], or visit the web site at
www.retrouvaille.org.
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
TREASURES AND TRADI TIONS
In an age given to slogan T-shirts, one of the last
bastions of “dressing up” is the wedding. Everyone seems to
stretch toward the old ideal of “Sunday best” for these moments. In our tradition, clothing is immensely important. Coming out of the baptismal water, we are immediately vested
with a white garment. “You have clothed yourself in Christ,”
the new Christian is told, and a white garment is the token of
being born into God’s family. Sadly, this is the last time most
Christians wear this garb until their funeral, when the family
spreads a pall as a reminder of of baptismal identity.
Increasingly today, we are seeing the alb as the proper
garb for liturgical ministers, men and women. In ancient
Rome, sleeveless tunics of varying colors were worn by everyone, and so at baptism the new Christians could be expected to wear their new garb under their everyday clothes.
Sleeves were a problem for ancient Romans, who thought
they were a barbarian fashion. As is so often the case, eventually the barbarians won the day, and by the third century the
long-sleeved garment worn by ministers today was familiar
liturgical garb.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Paul instructed us – “So be imitators of God, as beloved
children, and live in love”. Strengthen, renew, and rekindle your marriage sacrament. The next Worldwide
Marriage Encounter weekends are Nov 6-8, 2015 in
Atlantic Beach, NC and Feb 5-7, 2016 in Asheville, NC.
Early sign up is highly recommended. For
more information visit our website at: http://
NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at
[email protected] or
704-315-2144.
@lt[r Flow_rs
In Honor of
Frances & Katherine Hansen
Requested by Jean Dawson
God Bless
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Iglesia
De San
JoseJose
Iglesia
de San
Agosto 9,2015 July 26 2015
Buenas noticias para compartir:
Finalmente, después de muchos años de oraciones y contribuciones generosas y la recaudación de fondos, hemos hecho un progreso
real hacia nuestra nueva iglesia.
Nuestro comité de construcción bajo el liderazgo de Larry Kastner trabajó muy duro durante varios meses. El comité visitó varias
iglesias católicas hermosas en esta área de la Diócesis. Comparado diversos planos de planta y arquitecturas y opciones en aquellas
iglesias y desarrollado un diseño verdaderamente católica para nuestra comunidad.
Al ser la única iglesia católica en este municipio, nos aseguramos de que en el diseño y en los detalles representamos una identidad
católica que será testigo de nuestras tradiciones católicas y los valores religiosos.
El comité fue muy atento y visionario en su enfoque. Opciones de desarrollo futuros se encuentran en el plano del sitio.
A medida que nos imaginamos en el plan pastoral parroquial, la fase actual se centra en la Iglesia, la fe aulas Formación, estacionamiento, cancha de fútbol, y Caballeros de Colón refugio de picnic.
Para el futuro esperamos tener un gimnasio, la escuela católica, residencias de ancianos, cementerios, etc. Todo esto es posible en el
tiempo del Señor y tenemos que seguir trabajando para. La pantalla actual de dibujos muestra el plano aprobado por el Obispo
y elevaciones preliminares.Más planes detallados serán publicados tan pronto como estén disponibles. Os mantendremos informados
en cada etapa de nuestro progreso.
En esta etapa tenemos que apreciar el excelente liderazgo de Larry Kastner. Tenemos que felicitar al comité de construcción por su
arduo trabajo, y agradecemos toda nuestra comunidad parroquial para el paciente espera y generosas donaciones. .
El comité de construcción hará que sus presentaciones ante el Comité de Creación de la Diócesis el 18 de este mes para su
aprobación final de nuestros planes. Entonces vamos a empezar el proceso de construcción, que tendrá bastante
tiempo.
Vamos a tratar de mantener el costo dentro de nuestros límites de presupuesto y lleguemos a todos por algunas
donaciones adicionales para asegurarnos de que tenemos todo lo necesario para la casa de culto.
Mientras seguimos orando por la realización de este sueño tan esperado, continúen orando que tengamos éxito en
este esfuerzo dentro de los límites de tiempo y de costos.
Cuando llegue el tiempo por favor revise los planes anunciados en la pared posterior de la iglesia. Haga sus observaciones, sugerencias y recomendaciones y soltar en el cuadro conservado en la puerta de la cocina para ese
propósito.
Gracias y que Dios los bendiga a todos.
Confirmación Biblias:
la lista de los candida-
tos i alguien quiere donar una biblia para nuestros
candidatos, por favor firme su nombre en la hoja.
Biblias serán de aproximadamente $ 40.00 cada uno.
Por favor deje el dinero en la oficina o en la colección. Por favor, indique para qué sirve y quién quiere
donarlo a. Gracias por tu generosidad.
Columbiettes Nos gustaría dar las gracias a todos los que
participaron en ayudar con la semana pasada termina
cocinar fuera .. Los que ayudó a suministrar algunos de
los alimentos y las bebidas, también las personas que trabajaron duro antes y después de las masas. Dios bendiga
a todos los que tenía una mano en la fabricación de nuestro primer cocinero fuera un gran éxito. Gracias a todos
Planificación Familiar Natural
Que es el Metodo de Planificacion Familiar Natural y como utilizarSus BeneficiosRiesgos y efectos secundarios de la contraception hormonal Enseñansas de la IglesiaCurso Gratis, Lunes, 17
de Agosto, Iglesia Católica de San Francisco de Asis, Franklin, de
6 pm a 9 pm, contacto Edith Jennings, (828)-421-4863.
Le informamos de que estamos por debajo de
$3,500.00. para cumplir con el Objetivo de
DSA.
Desde nuestros planes de construcción están
actualmente en la revisión de la Diócesis, que
se verá en nuestros pasivos primero.DSA es
una responsabilidad de la parroquia, que tenemos que cumplir con el objetivo.Por favor,
ayudar a nuestro progreso hacia el proyecto de
construcción.
Iglesia De San Jose
Agosto 9,2015
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TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Durante los últimos años, la Iglesia católica en los Estados Unidos de América ha reconocido un poco más la presencia hispana. Por tal motivo, muchos músicos han compuesto cantos bilingües, en inglés y español. Por ejemplo, el cantautor Bob Hurd, quien escribió el canto: “Pan de vida, cuerpo del Señor”. Este himno, basado en Gálatas 2:3 y Juan 6:35,
mezcla el español con el inglés para hablar de que todos somos uno en el cuerpo del Señor. No hay raza, género humano o condición social que sea mejor o peor que la otra. En Cristo todos podemos estar unidos en
servicio mutuo, amor y humildad. Para la jerarquía de la Iglesia católica en Estados Unidos, este mensaje es
de suma importancia porque a veces le cuesta trabajo compartir su liderazgo con los que no son angloparlantes. Como comunidad hispana, nos corresponde desafiar con amor a la Iglesia jerárquica de este país para
que sea más fiel al pan de vida, hecho de múltiples granos de trigo, cada uno de valor inestimable ante los
ojos de Dios.
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Decimonoveno Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario
Lunes:
San Lorenzo
Martes:
Santa Clara
Miércoles: Santa Juana Francisca de
Chantal Jueves: San Ponciano y San
Hipólito
Viernes: San Maximiliano Kolbe
Sábado: La Asunción de la Santísima
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Después de descansar y alimentarse
nuevamente dos veces, Elías se fortalece para caminar a la
montaña de Dios, el monte Horeb (1 Reyes 19:4-8).
Salmo — Haz la prueba y verás qué bueno es el Señor
(Salmo 34 [33]).
Segunda lectura — Han sido marcados por el Espíritu Santo
de Dios para que imiten a Dios (Efesios 4:30 — 5:2).
Evangelio — Jesús profesa que él es el pan de vida y todo el
que coma ese pan vivirá para siempre (Juan 6:41-51).
EL COMIENZO DE TODO
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Todo el mundo reconoce la verdad de los buenos proverbios, y
por eso perduran de generación en generación. Los rusos tienen
uno sorprendentemente audaz que le pega al Evangelio de este domingo: “El pan es el comienzo de todo”. De acuerdo a la primera
lectura, puede ser que Elías sintiera que era demasiado tarde para
ser pan –demasiado tarde para la vida misma. Este gran profeta estaba ya al final de sus fuerzas y de su aguante. Entonces no uno, sino
dos ángeles lo visitan. Uno le ofrece comida y bebida. El otro le da
unas sorprendentes instrucciones. Para Elías esta comida de los ángeles es pan para su camino. Fortalecido por este regalo celestial de
comida, él sigue su camino a la montaña de Dios. En el Evangelio de
hoy, Jesús se ofrece a sí mismo, no sólo como pan para el camino,
sino como pan para la vida misma. Él da su carne para dar vida al
mundo. “Yo soy el pan de vida” (Juan 6:48). Él es el comienzo de todo.
Lunes:
Copyright © J. S. Paluch C
Agosto Horario Juventud
Ago venta de garaje 8 de
09 de agosto después de cumplir Squires 16:00 Misa
22 de agosto de Hábitat para la Humanidad trabajo de
servicio
23 de agosto Volver a la fiesta de la escuela grupo
Aug.30th Juventud se reúne a
las
5:30 pm
2 Cor 9:6-10; Sal 112 (111):1-2, 5-9; Jn 12:2426
Martes:
Dt 31:1-8; Dt 32:3-4ab, 7-9, 12; Mt 18:1- 5, 10,
12-14
Miércoles: Dt 34:1-2; Sal 66 (65):1-3a, 5, 8, 16-17; Mt
18:15-20
Jueves:
Jos 3:7-10a, 11, 13-17; Sal 114 (113):1-6; Mt
18:21 — 19:1
Viernes: Jos 24:1-13; Sal 136 (135):1-3, 16-18, 21-22,
24; Mt 19:3-12
Sábado: Vigilia: 1 Chr 15:3-4, 15-16; 16:1-2; Sal 132
(133):6-7, 9-10, 13-14; 1 Cor 15:54b- 57; Lc
11:27-28 Día: Apo 11:19a; 12:1- 6a, 10ab; Sal
45 (44): 10-12, 16; 1 Cor 15:20-27; Lc 1:39-56
Domingo: Pro 9:1-6; Sal 34 (33):2-7; Ef 5:15-20; Jn 6:5158
Congreso Eucarístico 2015 El tema para el 11º Congreso
Eucarístico de la diócesis de Charlotte está "He aquí que
hago un mundo nuevo". El Congreso incluirá una procesión de la Eucaristía por las calles del centro de Charlotte. Plan para asistir a este importante evento, el 11 y 12
de septiembre de 2015 en el Centro de Convenciones de
Charlotte. Visita www.GoEucharist.com para más información.
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
St. Joseph Church #000033
512 W. Wainman Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27203
TELEPHONE
336 629-0221
CONTACT PERSON
Jean Hyatt
EMAIL: [email protected]
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TRANSMISSION TIME
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SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
December 16, 2012
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