St. Agnes Catholic Church

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St. Agnes Catholic Church
St. Agnes Catholic Church
100 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Phone: (305) 361-2351
Fax: (305) 361-8514
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.stakb.org
BAPTISMS: 2nd Sunday in Spanish;
4th Sunday in English. Call Parish
Office ONE month in advance.
FIRST COMMUNION AND
CONFIRMATION: Two years of
Religious instruction required.
MARRIAGES: Arrangements must
be made SIX months in advance.
CATECHESIS - C.C.D.
Phone: (305) 361-1378
For children in public and private schools.
Director: Sr. Maria Andrea Oliver, SCTJM
PARISH OFFICE HOURS:
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Mon. - Fri.
Rev. Juan Carlos Paguaga, Pastor
Rev. Julio Solano, Parochial Vicar
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SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE— SUMMER SEASON
Saturday:
5:30 PM
Sunday:
9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and 6:00 PM - English
1:00 PM and 7:30 PM - Spanish
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE 8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon - English
Saturday 8:00 AM - English
Tuesday 8:00 PM - Spanish
CONFESSIONS Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM and 4:00-5:00 PM - Anytime upon request
PERPETUAL ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT IN THE CHAPEL
(24 hours a day, 7 days a week) - Email: [email protected]
Blessed Sacrament Benediction Wednesday 7:45 PM
EDUCATION MINISTRY
ST. AGNES ACADEMY
• PK-3 through 8th Grade •
122 Harbor Drive
Key Biscayne, FL
Phone: (305) 361-3245
Web Site: www.stakb.org
Principal: Mrs. Susana T. Rivera
PARISH REGISTRATION
We welcome the new parishioners. You are invited to fill out this registration form. Return it to us, please.
Family Name_________________________________________
Ph._________________________________________________
Address____________________________________________ City___________________________________ Zip___________
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Page Two
July 19, 2015
FROM 07-18-2015 TO 07-25-2015
Day
Saturday
Sunday
5:30 PM
9:00 AM
Mr. and Mrs. Andrés González (Intentions)
† Nena Cupello
11:00 AM
† José Argilagos
6:00 PM
†† Lauro and Ricardo Accorsi
† Guillermo Lembi
Parishioners of St. Agnes
7:30 PM
Gutiérrez-Mayorga Family (Intentions)
1:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM Thanksgiving for Ravelo Family
12:00 PM
Tuesday
Wednesda
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
ENVELOPES (234)……......$
7,568.00
LOOSE MONEY…..… …...$
4,713.03
TOTAL OFFERING……....$
12,281.03
Thank you for your generosity !!!
Intentions
Time
†† José and Dulce Feíto
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
8:00 PM
† Dr. Alicia María Conill
† Dulce Feíto Hernández
Parishioners of St. Agnes
†† Tulio and Emma Paniagua
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
† Gloria Campo
8:00 AM
Parishioners of St. Agnes
12:00 PM
† Eleanor Sala
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
8:00 AM
† Jorge L. Barinaga
† Mercedes Fernández
† Lincoln Díaz Balart
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — I shall gather the remnant of my
flock and bring them back to their meadow.
(Jeremiah 23:1-6)
Psalm — The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing
I shall want.
(Psalm 23)
Second Reading — You who were once far off have
become near by the blood of Christ. (Ephesians 2:13-18)
Gospel — When Jesus saw the vast crowd, his heart
was moved with pity for them, and he began to teach
them many things.
(Mark 6:30-34) READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Ex 14:5-18; Ex 15:1bc-6; Mt 12:38-42
Tuesday: Ex 14:21 — 15:1; Ex 15:8-10, 12, 17; Mt 12:46-50
Wednesday: Ex16:1-5, 9-15; Ps78:18-19, 23-28; Jn20:1-2, 11-18
Thursday: Ex 19:1-2, 9-11, 16-20b; Dn 3:52-56; Mt 13:10-17
Friday: Ex 20:1-17; Ps 19:8-11; Mt 13:18-23
Saturday: 2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Sunday: 2 Kgs 4:42-44; Ps 145:10-11, 15-18; Eph 4:1-6; Jn 6:1-15
TENDING THE VINEYARD
“...To do a good job of nurturing and tending the vineyard, our hearts and our
minds must be kept in Jesus Christ, as Saint Paul says, by "the peace of God which
passes all understanding" (Phil 4:7). In this way our thoughts and plans will
correspond to God’s dream: to form a holy people who are his own and produce
Pope Francis
the fruits of the kingdom of God (cf. Mt21:43).”
PRAYER FOR SERENITY
Date
Activities
Place
Time
Monday
20
Baptismal Talk
Pastoral Center 401
Tuesday
21
Rosary
N.A.
Community Rosary
Chapel
Parish Hall
Chapel
Blessed Sacrament Benediction
Men’s Emmaus Meeting
Chapel
7:45 PM
8:00 PM
Grupo de Oración “Maria Reina de la Paz”
Rosary for Missing People
Grupo de Oración “Madre de Dios”
Holy Hour
Pastoral Center 405
Chapel
Parish Hall
Chapel
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
7:00 PM
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
8:00 PM
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
Church
3:00 PM
Confessions
Confessions
Church
Church
Wednesday
22
Thursday
23
Friday
24
Saturday
25
Pastoral Center 401
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:30 PM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
God grant me the serenity to
accept the things I cannot
change, courage to change
the things I can and wisdom
to know the difference.
Living one day at a time,
enjoying one moment at a
time.
Accepting hardships as the
pathway to peace, taking,
as He did, this sinful world as
it is, not as I would have it.
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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
JULY 19th, SECOND
COLLECTION FOR BLACK
AND INDIAN MISSIONS
A second collection will be taken
up this Sunday, July 19th in all
Catholic churches of the nation. The proceeds go
to provide assistance for hundreds of priests,
sisters, brothers and catechists working with the
people of the Black and Native American
Communities. Please be one with the Church in
her evangelization efforts and give a generous
gift to the Black or Indian/Home Collection.
Thank you very much.
CIRCULAR SPIRITUALITY
Here is a practical and easy way to pray:
Take a compass and draw a perfect circle. The
center of the circle - the place where you pricked
the paper to insert the compass point - is the
same distance from any point on the
circumference. Perfect.
Imagine that the circle you drew is the world
and everyone in it, and that God is the center.
Mark a point somewhere on the circle and write
your name. Now mark another point on the circle
and write the name of someone dear to you. At a
third point on the circle, write the name of
someone you’re not that fond of. Now draw lines
from each of these points to that center point
- the point that is God. As each line moves closer
to God, you will see that each line moves closer to
the others - until, in God, they meet.
A monk of the sixth-century, Dorotheos of
Gaza, suggested the metaphor of the circle to
understand our relationship to God in and of
others. As we move toward God, Father
Dorotheos preached, we move closer to one
another - and as we move away from one
another, we move away from God.
We are all points on the same circle making our
way to God.
July 19, 2015
Part I
AMEN: The only part of a prayer that everyone
knows.
BULLETIN: Your receipt for attending Mass.
CHOIR: A group of people whose singing allows
the rest of the Parish to lip-sync.
HOLY WATER: A liquid whose chemical
formula is H2OLY.
HYMN: A song of praise usually sung in a key
three octaves higher than that of the
congregation’s range.
RECESSIONAL HYMN: The last song at Mass
often sung a little more quietly, since most of the
people have already left.
INCENSE: Holy Smoke!
JESUITS: An order of priests known for their
ability to found colleges with good basketball
teams.
JONAH: The original “Jaws” story.
JUSTICE: When kids have kids of their own.
KYRIE ELEISON: The only Greek words that
most Catholics can recognize besides gyros and
baklava.
PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
Could you not watch one hour
with me?
Mt. 26:40
Can you commit to one of these
hours?
Sunday: 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM (Urgent)
and 10:00 PM
Monday : 4:00 AM
Tuesday: 2:00 AM and 4:00 AM
Friday: 5:00 PM
Saturday: 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM,7:00 PM, 8:00 PM,
and 10:00 PM
Please call: (305) 798-7896 for more information.
Thank you!
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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July 19, 2015
Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord,
when I will raise up a righteous shoot to David.
— Jeremiah 23:5a
Gospel (Mark 6: 30 - 34 )
The apostles gathered together with Jesus and reported
all they had done and taught. He said to them, “Come
away by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while.”
People were coming and going in great numbers, and
they had no opportunity even to eat. So they went off in
the boat by themselves to a deserted place. People saw
them leaving and many came to know about it. They
hastened there on foot from all the towns and arrived at
the place before them. When he disembarked and saw
the vast crowd, his heart was moved with pity for them, for they were like sheep without a
shepherd; and he began to teach them many things.
Brief commentary
Today’s text prepares the readers for the first miracle of the multiplication of the bread.
Although the Twelve were tired and needed time alone with Jesus, he responds first to the
greater need of the crowd. He felt compassion toward them because “they were like sheep
without a shepherd.” This is probably a reference to the Good Shepherd of Ezekiel 34:15.
Jesus satisfied their spiritual hunger by teaching them many things, thus gradually becoming
the shepherd of a new Israel, the new people of God.
As the chapter continues, Mark will show his readers that Jesus could satisfy both the spiritual
and the physical needs of the crowd. He will provide food for the people just as God had
provided “manna” for the Israelites as they wandered in the desert.
Today’s reading
messages:
offers
three
significant
♦ Jesus revealed the awesome compassion and
providence of God.
♦ We, the Church, are like this crowd, always
seeking and finding Jesus Christ.
♦ Jesus showed the qualities that anyone in a
position of leadership must have.
For our shared or personal reflection:
After a brief pause for silent reflection share
your answers, ideas or feelings.
1. How do I respond when my children, family
and friends interrupt my rest? What do I
feel toward them?
2. When I see someone in need, do I come out
of my shell to reach out to them? Explain.
Suggested readings: Catechism of the Catholic
Church paragraphs: 547-549; 1397
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Décimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
July 19, 2015
Viene un tiempo, dice el Señor,
en que haré surgir un renuevo en el tronco de David.
— Jeremías 23:5
Evangelio (Marcos
6, 30 - 34)
En aquel tiempo, al volver los apóstoles donde estaba
Jesús, le contaron todo lo que habían hecho y lo que
habían enseñado. Entonces él les dijo: “Vamos aparte a
un lugar tranquilo para descansar un poco”. Porque
eran tantos los que iban y venían que no les quedaba
tiempo ni para comer. Y se fueron solos en una barca a
un lugar despoblado. Pero la gente, al verlos partir,
adivinó hacia dónde iban. Y salieron por tierra de todos
los pueblos, con tanta prisa que llegaron antes que ellos.
Al bajar Jesús de la barca, vio todo ese pueblo y sintió compasión de ellos, pues eran como ovejas
sin pastor, y se puso a enseñarles largamente.
Comentario breve
Esta sección en el Evangelio de Marcos es conocida como la “sección de los panes”. Los
versículos que leemos hoy nos preparan para la narración de la multiplicación de los panes.
Aunque los discípulos estaban cansados y Jesús quería darles un rato de descanso con él, no lo
consigue. Jesús interrumpe el prometido tiempo libre para atender a las necesidades del pueblo
que no le dejaban tiempo ni para comer. Nos dice Marcos que Jesús sintió compasión porque
eran “como ovejas sin pastor”. Esto nos recuerda la imagen del Buen Pastor de Ezequiel 34:15.
Jesús es el pastor de la nueva Israel, el pueblo nuevo de Dios.
Al continuar el relato, Marcos presenta a Jesús como el Mesías que calma el hambre física y
espiritual de todo ser humano. Esta escena nos recuerda cómo Yahvé alimentó al pueblo de Israel
con el maná que bajó del cielo cuando sufrían hambre en el desierto.
La lectura de hoy nos presenta tres ideas
importantes:
Para la reflexión comunitaria:
Después de una pausa breve para reflexionar en
♦ Jesús
silencio, comparta con otros sus ideas o sentimientos.
reveló la increíble compasión y
providencia de Dios.
♦ Nosotros, como Iglesia, somos iguales a la
muchedumbre del evangelio: siempre
buscando y encontrando a Jesús entre
nosotros.
♦ Jesús nos enseñó las cualidades que todo
líder debe poseer.
1. ¿Cómo reacciono cuando mis hijos,
familiares o amigos interrumpen mi
descanso? ¿Qué sentimientos les muestro?
2. Cuando veo a alguien necesitado, ¿salgo de
mi “comodidad” para ayudarle? Explique.
Lecturas recomendadas: Catecismo de la Iglesia
Católica, párrafos 2547-549; 1397
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Décimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
19 DE JULIO: SEGUNDA
COLECTA PARA LAS
MISIONES DE LOS
INDIGENAS Y
AFROAMERICANOS
Esta segunda colecta se realiza este
domingo 19 de julio en todas las Iglesias
Católicas de la Nación. Su propósito es proveer
ayuda a cientos de sacerdotes, religiosas,
hermanos y catequistas que trabajan en los
programas de evangelización dentro de las
comunidades de los indígenas y afroamericanos.
Por favor sea parte de estas misiones, dando con
generosidad en la Segunda Colecta de este
domingo.
ADORACION
EUCARISTICA PERPETUA
¿Así que no habéis
podido velar conmigo
una hora?
Mt. 26,40
Puedes comprometerte a
una de estas horas?
Domingo: 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM (Urgente) y
10:00 PM
Lunes: 4:00 AM
Martes: 2:00 AM y 4:00 AM
Viernes: 5:00 PM
Sábado: 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM,
8:00 PM y 10:00 PM
Por favor llama al: (305) 798-7896 para
mas información, Gracias!
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Todos los días martes hay una
misa a las 8:00 PM en español,
además de las otras dos a las
8:00 AM y 12:00 PM en inglés. Todos están
invitados.
19 de julio de 2015
COMODIDAD
Un día, un hombre sabio y piadoso clamó al
cielo por una respuesta.
El hombre aquel encabezaba un grupo de
misioneros que oraban por la paz del mundo,
para lograr que las fronteras no existieran y que
toda la gente viviera feliz.
La pregunta que hacían era: ¿Cuál es la clave,
Señor, para que el mundo viva en armonía?
Entonces, los cielos se abrieron y después de un
magnífico estruendo, la voz de Dios les dijo:
COMODIDAD.
Todos los misioneros se miraban entre sí,
sorprendidos y extrañados de escuchar tal
término de la propia voz de Dios.
El hombre sabio y piadoso preguntó de nuevo:
¿Comodidad, Señor?, ¿qué quieres decir con
eso?.
Dios respondió: La clave para un nuevo mundo
pleno es: Como-di,-dad. Es decir como yo les di,
dad vosotros a vuestro prójimo. Como di, dad
vosotros fe; como di, dad vosotros esperanza;
como di, dad vosotros caridad; Como di, sin
límites, sin pensar en nada más que dar, dad
vosotros al mundo.
LA IMPORTANCIA
DEL ESPIRITU SANTO
Sin el Espíritu Santo,
Dios está lejos,
Cristo se queda en el pasado,
el Evangelio es letra muerta,
la Iglesia, una mera organización,
la autoridad, poder y mando,
la misión de evangelizar, solo propaganda,
el culto, un rito mágico
y el obrar cristiano, una moral de esclavos.
Ignatius Hazin

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