Feb 21, 2016 - St. Mary`s Parish Albany

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Feb 21, 2016 - St. Mary`s Parish Albany
February 21, 2016
21 de Febrero 2016
St. Mary’s Parish
Lenten Calendar
February 26th - Stations of the Cross / Estaciones de la Cruz - 7pm
February 27th & 28th - Fr. Ray Carey, English Masses
February 28th - 1st Scrutiny - 11am Mass
February 29th & March 1st - NO 8:30am MASSES THESE DAYS
Fr. Ray Carey, Series of Lenten Talks - Both days he
will have a 10am Mass followed by a talk, with another
talk at 7pm. Attend one or all four.
March 4th - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament /Adoración del
Santísimo Sacramento - 5pm Friday until 5pm Saturday
- Confession also available 5pm Friday to 5pm Saturday
- Stations of the Cross / Estaciones de la Cruz - 6:30pm
- Platica del padre Jorge Luis - 7pm
March 6th - 2nd Scrutiny - 11am Mass
March 11th - Stations of the Cross / Estaciones de la Cruz - 7pm
March 12th - 3rd Scrutiny - 5pm Mass
Mass Schedule and Intentions
February 20 - 26
Saturday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Sharon Dudek
Saturday
5:00 PM ~ Memory of Sharon & Dolores
Boatwright
Saturday
7:00 PM ~ Memory of Salome Hernandez Rojas
For the People of St. Mary’s
Sunday
8:30 AM ~ Prayer for Our Family
Sunday
11:00 AM ~ Memory of Steve Austin
Sunday
1:00 PM ~ Memory of Salome Hernandez Rojas
and Guadalupe Salinas Hernandez
Monday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Camille DeWilde
Tuesday
8:30 AM ~ Intention for Hayden & Cian
Harrington
Wednesday 8:30 AM ~ Intention for Jori & Alex Harrington
Wednesday 5:30 PM ~ Memory of Camille DeWilde
Thursday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of John Bachmeier
Friday
8:30 AM ~ Intention for Walt Brophy
February 27 - 28
Saturday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of Camille DeWilde
Saturday
5:00 PM ~ Memory of Linnie Townlin
Saturday
7:00 PM ~ For the People of St. Mary’s
Sunday
8:30 AM ~ Memory of the Maier Family
Sunday
11:00 AM ~ Memory of Steve Austin
Sunday
1:00 PM ~ Memory of Esperanza de la Cruz
Anaya
Mass Intentions & Memorial Candles
If you would like to have a Mass offered for a particular
Intention or for someone who has died, or if you would like to
dedicate a candle to an intention or a loved one, please call the
parish office. The stipend for the Mass is $10. The candles are
$30 for 1 month, $60 for 6 months, or $90 for one year. Our
office staff will help you find an open date and time for a Mass,
or available candles for dedications.
On Lenten Observance. Here is a text from Fr. Reginaldo Mananzan, SJ explaining some important facts about our Lenten observance of fasting and abstinence.
I am borrowing this from him so we can have some guide to follow.
According to Fr. Mananzan, Canon Law requires the universal Church to observe
penance. Penance is an act of mortification allowing oneself to share in the sufferings
that our Lord Jesus Christ went through for the forgiveness of sins and our salvation.
The canonical forms of penance during Lent are fasting and abstinence.
Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. The law on fasting
requires that only one full meal is taken. Two smaller meals may be taken. Snacks are
not permitted however liquids, including milk and fruit juices are allowed.
If you are 18 years old and above and below 60 years old, you are required to fast.
But if you belong to the age bracket who are required to fast, you may also be exempt from fasting. The exemption applies to those who are very sick, those whose jobs require their attentiveness like policemen, doctors, nurses and those who work more than nine hours. If you are exempted from the observance of fast, you
are, however, asked to offer your pains or your work as a sharing to the Lord’s sufferings.
We will discuss abstinence in the next issue of our bulletin.
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The Transfiguration. The Lucan Transfiguration narrative is simple as plain and direct to the point story. The major elements of the story are present. Jesus was with his three disciples Peter, James and John. They
went up to the mountain to pray as a way to end Jesus’ ministry. Then on the mountain Jesus was Transfigured. The disciples saw it. Then they also saw Moses and Elijah were with him. They talked about the exodus
that Jesus is going to accomplish in Jerusalem. A voice from heaven was heard saying, “This is my chosen
son; listen to him.”
Peter, James and John were privileged to see the glory of Jesus in the Transfiguration event. Note that
when Peter saw it, he was drawn to stay there. He suggested that they pitch tents. Sukkot. Pitching tents is a
religious ceremonial. Perhaps in Peter’s mind was to give places of reverence to these prophets and stay close
to their glory.
I think it is heart’s desire for Peter to continue seeing the glory of God through these holy men. And by
suggesting tent-pitching, he did not understand the exodus that Jesus has to fulfill in Jerusalem.
Peter was comfortable to see the glory that is revealed in that event. Naturally he would not want for
nothing except that. So why the need to go down to Jerusalem?
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The work of improving our sacred space is going to start this time. The need for the improvement is
basically addressing the need for our worship to become Theologically and Liturgically sound. As Catholics,
we have to consider not just aesthetics and functionality but also the meaning of symbolisms we use in our
worship. The improvements that will be done in the sanctuary space are directed towards making our worship
essentially and truly Catholic so that when we kneel before the altar, we may be able to know very well for
whom we kneel.
En Cuaresma la observancia. He aquí un texto del Padre Reginaldo Mananzan, SJ para explicar algunos
hechos importantes de nuestra cuaresma acerca del ayuno y la abstinencia. Tomo prestado esto de él para que
podamos tener un poco de guía a seguir.
Según el Padre Mananzan, El Derecho Canónico requiere que la Iglesia universal observe la penitencia.
La penitencia es un acto de mortificación dejarse participar en los sufrimientos que el Señor Jesucristo tuvo
que pasar por el perdón de nuestros pecados y nuestra salvación. Las formas canónicas de penitencia durante la
Cuaresma son el ayuno y la abstinencia.
(continua en la pagina próxima)
El ayuno debe ser observado el Miércoles de Ceniza y el Viernes Santo. La ley de ayuno requiere que se toma
sólo una comida completa. Dos comidas más pequeñas se pueden tomar. Bocadillos no están permitidas sin embargo se
permiten líquidos, incluyendo leche y jugos de frutas.
Si usted tiene 18 años de edad en adelante y por debajo de los 60 años de edad, se requiere que usted ayune. Pero
si usted pertenece a la categoría de la edad que están obligados a ayunar, también podría estar exento de ayuno. La exención se aplica a aquellos que están muy enfermos, aquellos cuyos trabajos requieren su atención, como policías, médicos,
enfermeras y aquellos que trabajan más de nueve horas. Si está exento de la observancia del ayuno, lo puede hacer, sin
embargo, puede ofrecer sus dolores o su trabajo como participación en los sufrimientos del Señor.
Vamos a discutir la abstinencia en el próximo número de nuestro boletín.
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La transfiguración. El relato de Lucas de la transfiguración es simple tan claro y directo al punto de la historia.
Los principales elementos de la historia están presentes. Jesús estaba con sus tres discípulos Pedro, Santiago y Juan.
Subieron a la montaña para orar como una manera de terminar el ministerio de Jesús. A continuación, en la montaña
Jesús se transfiguró. Viendo esto los discípulos. Entonces también vieron a Moisés y Elías estaban con él. Hablaron en el
éxodo que Jesús va a cumplir en Jerusalén. Una voz del cielo se oyó diciendo: "Este es mi hijo elegido; Escúchalo a él."
Pedro, Santiago y Juan tuvieron el privilegio de ver la gloria de Jesús en el evento de la Transfiguración. Tenga
en cuenta que cuando Pedro lo vio, se sintió atraído por permanecer allí. Sugirió ubicar sus tiendas allí. Sukkot.
Lanzando sus tiendas de campaña en un ceremonial religioso. Tal vez en la mente de Pedro era dar los lugares de veneración a estos profetas y estar cerca de su gloria.
Creo que es el deseo del corazón de Pedro para continuar viendo la gloria de Dios a través de estos hombres santos. Y por lo que sugiere poner tiendas de campaña, no entendía que el éxodo de Jesús se tenia que cumplir en Jerusalén.
Pedro estaba cómodo de ver la gloria que se revelaba en ese evento. Naturalmente el no querría nada excepto
eso. Entonces ¿por qué la necesidad de ir a Jerusalén?
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Los trabajos de mejora de nuestro espacio sagrado va a comenzar este tiempo. La necesidad de la mejora se dirige básicamente en la necesidad de nuestra adoración para que sea Teológicamente y Litúrgicamente. Como católicos,
tenemos que considerar no sólo la estética y la funcionalidad, sino también el significado del simbolismo que utilizamos
en nuestro culto. Las mejoras que se realizarán en el espacio del santuario es para hacer nuestro culto esencial y verdaderamente católica de modo que cuando nos arrodillamos ante el altar, podemos ser capaces de reconocer muy bien para
quien y ante quien nos arrodillamos.
The Passover reenactment
The Passover reenactment will be held on Sunday, March 6. It will be in Spanish at 11 a.m. in the cafeteria,
and in English at noon in the Gathering Space. This is open to anyone in the parish, and is required for
those preparing for a sacrament this year. We would like a headcount of participants for the purpose
of ordering supplies, so if you are planning to attend, please RSVP to the parish office or to Suzanne Duda at
541-926-1449 x344. Thank you.
Prayer Corner 
Please keep all those who are in the military, or are ill or suffering in your prayers.
For those who are ill or homebound: Gary Vosper, Annette Hobbs, Bernie, John H. Haller, Wesley Hilliker,
Albert Miller, Paulita de Hernandez and those struggling with cancer and other illnesses or upcoming surgeries
We pray for peace throughout our entire world. We remember our family members and friends who are serving the
military: Andy Borst, Michael Pennington, Thomas Hellman, Kennon Whyte, Mike Andre, Nathan Nofziger,
Trisa Engel
If you would like to add the name of someone who is serving in the military, please call the office.
For the repose of the souls of all the faithful departed: Edwin Luebbert
Offertory Update Week Ending 2/14/16
General Collection: $11,245
Building & Maintenance: $175
Raise the Roof: $250
Local Charities: $419
Family Crisis Fund: $60
Liturgy: $219
Catholic Education Fund: $120
Hispanic Ministry Collection: $978
Thank you for your support of St. Mary’s Parish through
your prayers, good wishes and gifts of time and money. If you
would like to use envelopes or EFT to make your donations,
please contact the parish office. Thanks!
Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Chair of St. Peter, Apostle, Feb 22
"The Eucharist is at the very center of our life, such was
the teaching of Jesus. When commenting on the Miracle
of the Multiplication of the Loaves, He told His apostles
that He Himself is the Living Bread that came down from
heaven. He called on the twelve for an act of faith and it
was Peter who answered in the name of all: 'Lord, to
whom shall we go? You have the words of everlasting
life. We have come to believe and know that you are the
Holy One of God' (John 6:69). Christian faith is faith in
the Eucharistic Christ." (Jean Galot, S.J.)
Please join us for Eucharistic Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament. Adoration is available in the chapel 24 hours
every day. For adoration outside of the 24-hour regular
Thursday schedule, call the office for instructions and to
enlist. Everyone is welcome. Spend as much or as little
time as you can. Thank you for offering our Lord this
special hour. Expect God's blessing, and give Him thanks.
Pray One! Knit One!
The next meeting for Prayer Shawl Ministry will be on
Monday, February 22 from 9:00a to 11:00a - there will be
a no-host luncheon outing following the meeting. Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month and
open to anyone that would like to join in the beautiful
journey of prayer and comfort through the making and
giving of a shawl. We have supplies and help for getting
started plus volunteers to help with learning to knit or
crochet. Finished shawls are available and located for
your convenience in an unlocked cabinet in the Gathering
Space. If you have would like further assistance in
obtaining a shawl or more information, contact any
member of the Prayer Shawl Ministry; Carol Hawke at
541-926-2106 or [email protected] or the church
office - there is no charge for shawls.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry has proudly served our parish
community since 2004 aided by the generosity of our
parish families through donations of funds for supplies.
We rely solely on your support and prayers which has
genuinely guided us and aided in the continuation of
the joyous ministry. We continue to pray for our parish
family and all those that have been comforted through the
works of this ministry.
Holy Family on the Move
The next family to receive the statue of the Holy Family
will be Pete Shobe.
Prayer for Our Priests - Father Carey
Saturday, February 20, 2016 is the day to intentionally
remember Fr. Raymond Carey in our daily prayers. Prayer
for Our Priests is a ministry of the Archdiocesan Council
of Catholic Women. There is a suggested prayer of “O,
Jesus, I pray for your faithful and fervent priests, especially (name here). Keep them all close to Your heart and
bless them abundantly in time and in eternity. Amen.”
St. Mary's Men's Group
Come any Monday evening and join other men reflecting
on “How to be a Catholic Man in the World Today”
Mondays at 7 pm in Saint John XXIII Chapel Entrance
from the parking lot by the playground. For more
information, contact Stuart Conser at 541.619.8101
or [email protected]
DAILY ROSARY … The rosary is prayed daily before
mass in the chapel starting at 8 a.m. every day except
Wednesday and Sunday. On Wednesday we have special
prayers to Our Lady of Perpetual Help starting at 8 a.m.
and then pray the rosary after mass. The Chaplet of
Divine Mercy is prayed every day (except Sunday) in the
chapel after the 8:30 a.m. mass. Please feel welcome to
join us.
Afternoon Receptionist
We are looking for someone to volunteer to cover the
front desk at the parish office on Friday afternoons from
1-4pm. This entails answering phones, greeting people as
they come in, answering questions or directing people to
those who can answer their questions, other miscellaneous
tasks. Bilingual would be a plus!
No Doctorate of Theology required. Just a friendly sort
who is willing to learn and lend a hand.
If you are interested, please contact Teresa at the office #
541-926-1449. Thank you!
Father Leonard’s Car Repair
Thanks to your wonderful generosity we are almost
half-way to paying in full the repair bill for the Honda
Civic Fr. Leonard will be using in his Ministry to the
parish community. The total cost of the repair is
approximately $3,000 so if you are in a position to help
please make your donations payable to St. Mary’s by
check or by cash, noting on the check memo line or on the
envelope “Fr. Leonard’s Car Repair”. We will also take
EFT and credit card donations through WeShare or by
calling the parish office and speaking to Joni Siewell, our
Business Manager. Please keep us in your prayers if you
are not in a position to help at this time. Thank you so very
much!
Ash Wednesday Loose Collection for the Central and Eastern Europe
Thanks to your generosity, we are able to send $1,150 to help restore the Church and build the future in a region still
struggling from the effects of Soviet Rule. Our Holy Thursday loose collection will go to Fish to help those less fortunate
than us and our Good Friday loose collection will go to help support Christians in the Holy Land. Please give generously
to both.
Ministry Groups - Thank you!
Thank you to all the ministries who use the Gathering Space Kitchen. You stepped up and took a turn at deep
cleaning the Kitchen. It worked well, and now it’s time to have you sign up for the rest of 2016. Please have your
ministry reps contact Cheryl Frey at [email protected] or 541-967-1965 to sign up for a month or two.
FYI - When your turn comes up, there is a laminated list on the bulletin board over the coffee thermoses. Wipe it
clean before using it, then use the dry erase pen to mark of each item as you complete it. If you need more details,
contact Cheryl or the parish office.
THANK YOU! We REALLY appreciate you!
Women’s Silent Retreat
with Fr. Gregory Dick, O.Praem at Our Lady of Peace Retreat in Beaverton on April 8 – 10, 2016. The retreat
theme is “The Holy Spirit at Work in the Age of Mercy.” The weekend begins with dinner on Friday evening
and concludes after brunch on Sunday. $150 per person. For inquires or to register, please phone the
retreat house at 503-649-7127 or email [email protected] or www.olpretreat.org.
ST MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
TO HOST A
CENTERING PRAYER WORKSHOP
MARCH 12, 2016.
Folks from all walks of life and faiths are invited
to a Centering Prayer workshop Saturday March
12th, 2016 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church at 822
Ellsworth St SW in Albany from 9:00 am to 2:30
pm (in the gathering space). Centering Prayer is
a receptive method of silent/meditative prayer
that can add a center of calm and restorative
peace to one’s daily life. It does not replace
other types of prayer but adds depth and
meaning to all prayer.
This workshop series introduces the method and
history of Christian Centering Prayer pioneered
by Father Thomas Keating, as well as providing
an opportunity to experience this prayer at the
workshop and six opportunities at the six weekly
follow-up sessions. No previous experience is
required. Participants will be provided helpful
suggestions on how to begin to include Centering
Prayer in one’s daily life.
The workshop facilitation, as well as the weekly
follow-up sessions, will be provided by
Contemplative Outreach of Portland. A donation
of $35.00 to Contemplative Outreach is
suggested. To register please call 971-236-8372
or visit
www.ComtemplativeOutreachPortland.com. For
further information contact Jenny (St. Mary’s
parishioner) at 541-971-1297 or Elaine (St.
Mary’s parishioner) at 541-619-6106.
24 Hours for
the Lord
March 04, 2016 at 5pm
until
March 05, 2016 at 5pm
Stations
of the
Cross
will begin at
6:30pm
There will be
A 24-hour Adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament
and
Confession available for
24 hours
Everyone is Welcome
Invite somebody you know
who has been away from
the church
24 Horas para
El Señor
Marzo 04, 2016 a las 5pm
hasta
Marzo 05, 2016 a las 5pm
Habrá 24 horas de
Adoración al Santísimo
Tambien
Confesión las 24 horas
Todos son Bienvenidos
Invita a alguien que ha esta
alejado de la iglesia
Estaciones de
la Cruz
A las 6:30pm
y
Platica del
padre
Jorge Luis
a las 7pm
Willamette Master Chorus Presents:
Handel’s Messiah
February 20th – 21st
Sat @ 7pm, Sun @ 3pm
Willamette University / Hudson Hall
Salem, Oregon
WMC Founding Director, Dr. Wallace Long conducts this Baroque masterpiece with orchestra and soloists. The
Willamette University Chamber Choir, Voce Femminile and Male Ensemble Willamette join forces with the WMC
creating a choir of 175 voices w/ Orchestra.
The Willamette Master Chorus is pleased to present this amazing piece of cultural history. In our attempt to educate and
expose our community to the best music has to offer we invited the students of Willamette University to experience this
amazing work. We combine with these choirs to offer to the community a choral expression of the highest quality.
This oratorio is one of the most beloved choral pieces, having touched hearts and lives of millions over the centuries
solidifying its place in the lexicon of choral literature.
We welcome you to our performances, Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon (matinee).
(503) 302-9196
www.WillametteMasterChorus.org
Tickets: $15 - $40 online or at the door.
All seats reserved
Por favor, ¿Le gustaría compartir
su talento?
Please, Would You
Share Your Talents?
Si usted tiene cualquiera de los siguientes talentos:
If you have any of the following talents:
 Property Maintenance
 Technical Engineering
 Business
 Finance
 Computer Technical Support
We are looking for representation on St.
Mary's Administrative Council. The Council
meets about once a month. They help plan the
church budget & advise on the above topics. If
you are willing to share your talents with us,
please speak with Fr. Cit by calling the office at
541-926-1449. Thank you!
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Mantenimiento de Propiedad
Ingeniería Técnica
Negocio
Finanzas
Soporte Técnico Informática
Estamos en busca de un representante para el Consejo
Administrativo de Santa María. El Consejo se reúne una
vez al mes. Ellos ayudan a planificar el presupuesto de la
iglesia y asesorar sobre los temas mencionados anteriormente. Si usted está dispuesto a compartir su talento con
nosotros, por favor hable con el padre Cit o llamando a la
oficina al 541-926-1449. ¡Gracias!
MEN'S SATURDAY BIBLE GROUP
For the weeks of Lent at least, please consider joining the St.
Mary' Men's bible group that meets once a week each
Saturday at 9.30 AM in the St. Maximilian Kolbe room; the entrance faces the children's Play Land beside the church parking
lot. The group reads and reflects on the gospel of the Sunday
mass. We use a lectio divina approach, rather than studying the
gospel academically. Lectio divina, or "sacred reading" is an ancient Church practice of praying by reading the scriptures. This
method has been revived in the Church today and has become
very popular.
Here's what we do: The gospel text is read slowly and deliberately two or three times with short periods between each reading for prayerful silence and reflection, with pointers on how to
better listen to what the Lord says to each in the silence of the
heart. For more information about the group, contact either of
the following group members:
Rich Amos at, [email protected],
Brian Badger at [email protected] and
Joe Reilly at [email protected]
Men’s Silent Retreat
with Fr. Gregory Dick,
O.Praem at Our Lady of Peace
Retreat in Beaverton on April
15 – 17, 2016. The retreat
theme is “The Holy Spirit at
Work in the Age of Mercy.”
The weekend begins with
dinner on Friday evening and
concludes after brunch on
Sunday. $150 per person. For inquires or to register, please phone the retreat
house at 503-649-7127 or
email [email protected]
or www.olpretreat.org.
Catholic Adult
Faith Experience
continues to meet
after the 8:30 Sunday
morning Mass. Join
us 9:45 - 10:45 at our
new location in the
Gathering Space,
near the windows!
YOUTH MINISTRY ~ MINISTERIO DE JOVENES
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
YOUTH GROUP THIS SUNDAY!
Feb. 21, 6:30 pm!
All MS & HS Youth WELCOME!
CONFIRMATION
Reminders
(Eng)
Sunday, March 6
GRUPO DE JóVENES VENES DE ESCUELAS
SECUNDARIAS Y PREPARATORIAS
Se reunirán este Domingo 21 de febrero de
6:30-8:00 PM. Todos los jóvenes de secundaria y preparatoria son BIENVENIDOS!
Candidate-Sponsor Session, 9:00-Noon
Begin in the youth loft. Please invite your
sponsor if you haven’t already.
Resurrection Project Outlines were due
Feb. 7. Please turn yours in right away if you
haven’t already (Parish Office, attn: Cherrie)
Save the date!
Steubenville Northwest
July 29 - 31, 2016
Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
Learn more at HS Youth Group
on February 21!
See the promo video!
Attend a Parent-Youth Info Meeting (required)
  February 28, 9:45-10:45, Youth Loft or
  March 8, 6:30-7:30 pm, Location TBD
Pre-Register with Cherrie in the Youth Ministry
Office by March 13. You won’t want to miss it!
Reserva este dia!
St. Mary’s and St. Edward’s will attend together! Fr. Cit will be
joining us too! Save the date and plan to attend this amazing
weekend of spiritual growth. Dynamic speakers! Vibrant praise
and worship! Grace through the Sacraments of Reconciliation
and Holy Eucharist! A place where over 1000 Catholic teens are
able to laugh, cry, sing, pray, discern, be encouraged, and be
healed. Steubenville Northwest is a weekend for those just coming to know God, and for those yearning for a deeper relationship as a disciple of Christ.
Join us this summer! Your life will never be the same!
All High School Youth Welcome!
Steubenville Northwest
En la Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. Los jóvenes de High School
de la Iglesia Santa María y San Eduardo asistirán juntos! El Padre Cit
nos acompañara! Reserve esta fecha y planea acompañarnos este
increíble fin de semana de crecimiento espiritual! Predicadores dinámicos; alabanza y adoración vibrante; gracia a través de los sacramentos de la Reconciliación y la Eucaristía; un lugar donde más de 1.000
adolescentes católicos son capaces de reír, llorar, cantar, orar, discernir, alentar, y son sanados. Steubenville Noroeste es un fin de
semana para los que acaban de conocer a Dios, y para aquellos que
anhelan una relación más profunda como discípulo de Cristo.
Únase a nosotros este verano. ¡Tu vida nunca será la misma!
Todo los Jóvenes de High School
son Bienvenido!
Julio 29 - 31, 2016
Aprende mas en el Grupo de
jóvenes de High School
el 21 de Febrero!
Ver el video promocional!
Asista a una reunión de información para
padres y Jóvenes (requerido)
  Febrero 28 de 9:45 am a 10:45am
arriba en el salón de jóvenes o
también el
  Marzo 8 de 6:30pm a 7:30pm se
avisara donde sera
Registrarse con Cherrie en la oficina del
Pastoral Juvenil para el Marzo 13.
No querrá perder esto!
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Welcome to St. Mary’s Parish
February 21st, 2016
2nd Sunday of Lent
706 Ellsworth SW, Albany, OR 97321
Father Aniceto Guiriba, Administrator, ext 338
Father Leonard Omolo, ALCP, Parochial Vicar, ext 338
Administrative Assistant to the Priests: Teresa Middlemiss, ext 338
Parish Office: Marty Kloeck
Business Office: Joni Siewell ext 305
Music Director: Nancy Higgins, ext 304
Youth Coordinator: Cherrie Barnes ext 315
Elementary Religious Education Director: Suzanne Duda, ext 344
Adult & Young Adult Religious Education Director and Liturgy Coordinator: Ace Tupasi, ext 331
Parish Office: 541-926-1449
Emergency Phone: 541-220-0634
Fax: 541-926-2191
Email: [email protected]
web site: www.stmarysalbany.com
WEEKEND MASSES: Saturday 5:00PM English, 7:00 PM Spanish; Sunday 8:30AM English, 11:00 AM English, 1:00PM Spanish
DAILY MASSES: Monday to Saturday 8:30AM, Wednesday 5:30PM, 1st Thursdays @ 9:45AM in Mennonite Home Chapel
CONFESSIONS: Wednesday 9:15AM - 5PM, Saturday 3:30 - 4:30PM, 6:15 - 7:00PM, Sunday 7:30 - 8:30AM, 10:00 - 11:00AM, 12:15 - 1PM
NOVENA to Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Communal Recitation 8:00-8:30AM and 5:00-5:30PM, personal recitation all day Wednesday
in the chapel (Novena booklets available in both languages.)
ADORATION: Thursday 9:00AM to Friday 8:15AM, Benediction Friday 8:15AM
Office hours Tuesday- Friday ~ 9 to Noon & 1 to 4 PM
In Times of Need
PRAYER CHAIN: Fran Pace, [email protected]
PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY: if you would like a prayer shawl for someone who is ill or experiencing a loss, please contact
Carol Hawke at 541-926-2106 or [email protected]
RETROUVAILLE / REDISCOVERY OF OREGON: for couples whose marriages are experiencing pain or communication
breakdown. 1-800-470-2230 or www.helpourmarriage.com.
BEGINNING EXPERIENCE: weekly support meetings and weekend retreats to aid in healing and beginning again for the
widowed, divorced and separated or anyone experiencing the death or loss of a friend or relative. 503-393-2361.
Asistentes en el Pastoral del Ministerio Hispano
Marciano y Honorina Lopez 541- 619-1504
Los Sacramentos en español y las personas encargadas
son las siguientes:
Bautismo: Anselmo Nuñez 541 990 6544 Marcos y Aracelli Rodríguez 541-979-5140
Primera Comunión: Laura Rodríguez
Boda: Humberto y Susana Martínez 541-971-2698
Quinceañera: María Chavez
Confirmación: Marciano y Honorina López
Catecismo para Adulto: Antonio Reyes - Domingo de 11:20 am a
12:40 pm
Representante del Consejo Pastoral: Lizeth Cervantes 541-9746096
Preguntas por Teresa Middlemiss a la oficina: 541-926-1449
De Martes a Viernes de 1:00pm a 4:00pm
Confesiones:
Miércoles : De 9:15am a 5:00pm
Sábados : De 3:30pm a 4:30pm y 6:15pm a 7:00pm
Domingo : De 7:30 a 8:30am, 10:00 a 11:00am, y 12:15pm a
1:00pm
Horario de las misas en español Sábado: 7:00pm Domingo
1:00pm
Aquí en nuestra parroquia tenemos grupos de oración y evangelización
Lunes grupo de oración en la capilla a las 7:00pm
Martes grupo San Juan Diego para hombres a las 7:00pm en la
casa Guadalupe
Miércoles grupo San Juan Diego para mujeres a las 7:00pm en la
casa Guadalupe
Viernes grupo Apóstoles de la palabra a las 7:00pm en la casa
Guadalupe