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Santiago Vesperoni + Tuesday 8.00 am(K)
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
MASS INTENTIONS FOR THE WEEK OF
September 5, 2016
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
9.00 a.m.(TD)
8.00 a.m.(K)
8.00 a.m.(K)
8.00 a.m.(TD)
8.00 a.m.(TD)
8.00 a.m.(K)
5.00 p.m.(TD)
7.00 a.m.(K)
8.30 a.m.(TD)
10.00 a.m.(K)
12 Noon (S)
6.00 p.m.(TD)
8.00 p.m.(K)
+ deceased
Santiago Vesperoni +
Msgr. Martin Harris +
Rev. Donald Worch +
Jack McNally +
Blanca Argumedo (L)
Peace
Mass for the People
In appreciation of our
Bulletin Advertisers
Rev. Donald Worch +
Nancy Gardner Tenuta +
(L) living
Readings for Week Of September 4, 2016
Sunday
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Wis 9:13-18b; Ps 90:3-4, 5-6, 12-13, 14, 17;
Phlm 9-10, 12-17; Lk 14:25-33
Monday
1 Cor 5:1-8; Ps 5:5-6, 7, 12; Lk 6:6-11
Tuesday
1 Cor 6:1-11; Ps 149:1b-2, 3-4, 5-6a, and 9b;
Lk 6:12-19
Wednesday 1 Cor 7:25-31; Ps 45:11-12, 14-15, 16-17;
Lk 6:20-26
Thursday The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Mi 5:1-4a or Rom 8:28-30; Ps 13:6ab, 6c;
Mt 1:1-16, 18-23 or 1:18-23
Friday
Saint Peter Claver, Priest
1 Cor 9:16-19, 22b-27; Ps 84:3, 4, 5-6, 12;
Lk 6:39-42
Saturday 1 Cor 10:14-22; Ps 116:12-13, 17-18; Lk 6:43-49
Sunday
Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Ex 32:7-11, 13-14; Ps 51:3-4, 12-13, 17, 19;
1 Tm 1:12-17; Lk 15:1-32 or 15:1-10
STEPHEN MINISTRY
Listening,
Comforting, Caring
Under direct supervision of Fr. Mark Knestout, this
is an ongoing pastoral care ministry. St. Stephen
Ministers are members of the parish, intensely trained
to care for people who are experiencing a loss, or going
through difficult times or life transitions. Please
contact: Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston for assistance as
a care receiver or to get involved in the ministry. Tel:
703-821-1654; [email protected]
SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
SOCIAL CONCERNS
The Poor Box for the month of September is for Bethesda
Help, a non-profit, all-volunteer program designed to provide
emergency help to the working poor and others when they are
confronted with an immediate but short-term need.
The Second Collection next week is for the Catholic University
of America. The Catholic University of America (CUA),
established in 1887, is the national university of the Catholic
bishops in the United States - the only institution of higher
education founded by the United States bishops and
chartered by the Vatican. CUA provides and academically
rigorous education, guided by the Catholic intellectual
tradition, to nearly 7,000 students from every geographical
region of the U.S. The university is dedicated to advancing the
dialogue between faith and reason, seeking to discover,
preserve, and impart truth through excellence in teaching and
research, all in service to the Church, nation and the world.
More than 4,000 students directly receive scholarship aid
from this collection, including many from our archdiocese.
Thank you for your support for the collection.
Sister Betsy Hartson RSCJ seeks gently-used and working
laptops with power adapters for Living Wages, a nonprofit
educational program for DC residents age 25 and over seeking
their high school diplomas. If you can help, please leave your
donation at the rectory. Our parishioners have generously
donated to Sister Betsy's work in the past.
Our parish will have a collection for the Diocese of Anchorage
(Alaska) the weekend of September 17th and 18th . Rev. Scott
Garrett, a missionary priest, will tell us about the experiences
of the important mission work of Anchorage. Please be
generous. Thank you and God bless you!
Gabriel Network’s Annual 5K
Who: Gabriel Network
What: 2016 Annual 5K Run/Walk
When: Saturday, September 24 at 8AM
Where: Columbia, MD (9200 Rustling Leaf)
Why: Fun, Exercise, Food, Games, Prizes, Helping Homeless
Moms and Babies
How: Register right now at www.gabrielnetwork.org/events
LIGHTHOUSE MINISTRY NEWS
CD of the Week - Marriage and Family; Love Unveiled
(Dr. Scott Hahn).
TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
COMMUNITY EVENT—BACK TO SCHOOL/CYO
POTLUCK BBQ
All members of the parish are invited to our Back to
School/CYO Potluck BBQ which will be held on Saturday,
September 10, after the 5.00 p.m. Mass. Bring a potluck
dish and join us in the courtyard for good food, music
and conversation. Please see the flyer in the bulletin.
St. Bart's has two Women's Prayer and Discussion Groups that
meet in private homes. They each have a social gathering,
opening and intercessory prayers, then read and discuss
selected books that increase our understanding of faith in our
lives. They're relaxed and friendly groups and new people are
always welcome. Thursday’s group meets 2nd and 4th
Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30AM and resumes on September
8th. Contact Ann Kennedy, 301-367-5988, [email protected]
for information. Saturday’s
group meets 1 st and 3rd
Saturdays from 8:30 to 10:30AM and resumes on September
17th.
Contact
Kathleen
Goldsmith,
301-4696455, [email protected] for information.
St. Bart’s Tuesday Bible Group, which is self-guided, will
have its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, September 13,
9 - 10.30 a.m., in the library at Bartholomew House Assisted
Living. Please join us, we would love to see some new faces. Any
questions? Please contact Cecilia at [email protected] or
301-229-599.
Interested in becoming Catholic, receiving further
sacraments, or simply growing in the Faith? Please call the
rectory at 301-229-7933 to hear about St. Bart's RCIA
Program, and to RSVP for an information meeting on
Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Parish Meeting Room.
Beer and Salvation History for Young Adults 21 and over Wednesday nights this September through November, Fr. Tim
will offer a "big picture" Bible study of Salvation History
coupled with a beer tasting each session.
Email frtimdanie[email protected] or call 301-229-7933 ex. 22 for
details.
ATTENTION ALL LECTORS
1.
Please contact Anne-Marie Economopoulos if you NO
LONGER wish to participate in this Ministry.
([email protected] or 301- 365 1233). I need a head count
in order to place an order for new workbooks.
2.
Calling all able and willing registered parishioners
interested in lecturing to contact Anne-Marie for
orientation. We really need more strong lungs!
St. Bart's Middle School Youth Group: we are 6th, 7th and
8th graders interested in serving our neighbor, playing
together and getting to know Our Lord Jesus Christ! All are
welcome! If you would like to learn more please email: John
& Maria Archer, [email protected]
9/4 No Youth Group (Labor Day weekend)
9/11 Service Event: Collecting and Packing donations for
VA Medical Center,5: 45- 7:45pm. We will meet by the gym.
Suggested donations: new clothing, coffee and condiments,
laundry detergent pods, bottled water, gift cards for grocery
stores and gas stations.
St. Bart’s Religious Education (CCD) DESPERATELY needs a
volunteer teacher for 7th grade on Monday evenings We also
need parishioners and parents willing to be regular CCD
substitutes who step in to teach when the regular teacher
needs to be off for a weekend, either Sunday morning classes
or Monday evening classes. PLEASE call Cathy Mills at the CCD
office 301.229.3431 or [email protected] to talk
about possibilities.
Sign-up for CCD Classes - Registration forms are in the
back of Church. St. Bart’s offer’s CCD classes at two times:
Sunday Morning: 8. 30-9.45 for Grade 1-8, as well as a 4-5 yr.
old program, and Monday Evening: 6.00-7.15 for Grade 1-8.
If your child is starting 1st grade in MCPS, or a private non
-Catholic School, register now to begin the first of two
years of preparation required to make 1st Communion in 2nd
Grade.
If your child is starting 7th grade in MCPS, or a private
non-Catholic School, register now to begin the first of two
of years preparation required to make Confirmation in 8 th
grade.
If your child is starting 2nd or 8th grade and attends a
private Catholic School, other than St. Bart’s school, your
child will also need to register with the CCD office for
Communion and Confirmation. They need to complete the
parish Sacramental requirements in addition to the
religion classes they have at school. Please contact Cathy
Mills at the Religious Education Office if you have any
questions.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Dine at Not Your Average Joe’s restaurant (1 0400 Old
Georgetown Rd, at the intersection of Old Georgetown and
Democracy) on any Tuesday in September (Sept. 6/13/20/27)
anytime between 11 am and 10 pm, mention MOBILEMED and
15% of your total purchase* will be donated by the restaurant
to MobileMed (*excludes alcohol, tax and gratuity). MobileMed
provides primary and preventative care to more than 4,000
diverse low-income patients.
Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church (7142 Alaska
Ave., NW, Washington, DC) is happy to announce its 2016
Annual Lebanese Festival which takes place on Saturday
September 17 from noon until 11:00 p.m. It is a great family
event with fun activities for all ages including music, dancing,
dabke (traditional group dance), traditional Lebanese food
(lunch and dinner) and an exciting children’s program. Raffle
with $1,500 cash 1st prize. All are welcome!
Introductory classes on the Billings Ovulation Method of
Natural Family Planning will be offered Tuesday, September
20, at 8 p.m. in the Library of Our Lady of Lourdes School,
7500 Pearl Street, Bethesda. Parking is available in the church
lot across from the school. Enter via the handicap walk to the
right of the Rectory entrance. There is no fee for this class
but a one time donation of $ 25.00 is welcome. Follow-up
appointments are arranged individually and are available as long
as needed to understand and follow the Billings Method. Call
301-897-9323 or email [email protected] to reserve a
place.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH
BETHESDA, MD
SEPTEMBER 4, 2016
DIA DEL TRABAJO
En los Estados Unidos se celebra el primer lunes de
septiembre. Celebramos la contribución económica y
social del trabajador. Mientras damos gracias a Dios por
todo trabajador que goza de un trabajo digno, debemos
elevar nuestras oraciones por aquellas personas que sufren
a causa del desempleo.
VIGESIMO TERCER DOMINGO ORDINARIO
4 DE SETIEMBRE 2016
Con la presencia y la acción del Espíritu Santo
ordenaremos rectamente nuestra vida desde Dios y hacia
Él, aprenderemos a agradar a Dios haciendo su Voluntad y
caminaremos sabiamente hacia nuestra salvación.
Nosotros hemos recibido el don del Espíritu Santo en el
Bautismo y hemos sido fortalecidos en el mismo Espíritu
por la Confirmación. Estamos capacitados para reflejar la
Sabiduría divina creciendo en el conocimiento de
Jesucristo, dando testimonio de Él y reflejando la
paternidad espiritual en el ejercicio del sacerdocio
entregados a la salvación de las almas y a darnos amor
fraterno como hijos adoptivos de Dios. Para construir el
edificio de la Sabiduría y ser discípulos de Cristo, hemos
de poner cimientos sólidos como el constructor que desea
construir una torre. La respuesta de Cristo es tajante: el
que no renuncia a todos sus bienes, no puede ser discípulo
mío. O sea, hemos de liberarnos de la esclavitud de los
bienes materiales para ser discípulos de Cristo y adquirir
la verdadera sabiduría.
PAGINA WEB DE SAN BARTOLOME
http://www.stbartholomew.org – Ver Comunidad Hispana
MISA DIARIA Y EXPOSICIÓN DEL SANTISIMO
Lunes-sábado
Exposición del Santísimo a las 7:30 y Misa 8:00 a.m.
La adoración es entrar con la profundidad de nuestro
corazón en comunión con el Señor que se hace presente
corporalmente en la Eucaristía. Vengamos a adorarle.
CONFESIONES
Domingos: 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. en español
El Señor los espera siempre, en especial todos los
domingos.
REZO DEL SANTO ROSARIO
Domingos a las 5:30PM, antes de la Misa de las 6:00PM.
EL SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO
Celebración de Bautismos en español, favor llamar al
Diácono Julio Blanco Eccleston al teléfono 703-821-1654.
O escribirle a su correo electrónico
[email protected]
INFORMACION PARA EL BOLETIN
La fecha límite es el día domingo anterior a la publicación
del mismo.
Contactar a
Rafael Espinosa.
[email protected]
NOVENA A LA VIRGEN DE LA MEDALLA MILAGROSA
Un camino hacia Dios de la mano de María. Los segundos
martes de cada mes a las 7:30PM en la Iglesia de San
Bartolomé. Rezada en español, con exposición del
Santísimo Sacramento. Informes con María Lelia Orozco:
301-469-0103.
GRUPO DE JUVENTUD DE SAN BARTOLOME
El grupo de Juventud de San Bartolomé se reunirá el
domingo 11 de Setiembre de 5:45 a 7:45 pm para un
evento de servicio. Estaremos colectando y empacando
donaciones para el VA Medical Center. Estamos recibiendo
donaciones.
Informes
con María Kaufmann.
[email protected]
CONGRESO FAMILIAR
El Padre Erick Hall y Las Hermanas Misioneras Servidoras
de la Palabra invitan a un congreso familiar el Domingo 11
de Setiembre de 7:30 a.m. a 6:00 p.m. en el W Randy
Smith Recreation Center, ubicado en 40 Excellence Way,
Inwood West Virginia. Estará el predicador Fernando
Casanova, el Padre Modesto Lule MSP y el grupo de
alabanza musical CEA de Atlanta, Georgia. Habrá
predicación, adoración, música católica, confesiones,
show bíblico para niños y por supuesto la Santa Misa. En
cuanto a los alimentos habrá venta de comida a precios
muy accesibles, o bien, pueden traer alimentos desde sus
casas y se les permitirán entrar .
El valor de los tickets es de $25 adultos y $10 niños de 7 a
13 años. Menores de 7 años no pagan. El ticket incluye una
playera conmemorativa.
INTENCIONES DE ORACION DEL PAPA
Cada mes nuestro Santo Padre confía al apostolado una
guía para las intenciones de oración.
Para el mes de setiembre son las siguientes:
Universal - Para una sociedad más humana. Para que
cada uno contribuya al bien común y a la construcción de
una sociedad que ponga al centro la persona humana. Por
la Evangelización - La misión evangelizadora de los
cristianos. Para que los cristianos, participando en los
Sacramentos y meditando la Sagrada Escritura lleguen a
ser siempre mas conscientes de su misión evangelizadora.
EL MINISTERIO DE COMPASION DE SAN ESTEBAN
Bajo la directa supervisión del Padre Mark Knestout, los
Ministros de San Esteban, miembros de nuestra
comunidad, dan cuidado, escuchan y comparten el amor
de Dios, para así ayudar a las personas que pasan por un
momento de confusión, estrés o soledad. La intención de
Dios no es que suframos solos. Información con:
Diácono Julio Blanco-Eccleston: [email protected]
Contamos con personas de habla hispana.
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN RIOS DE AGUA VIVA
El grupo de oración “Ríos de Agua Viva” le invita a
compartir un momento con el Señor, los lunes de 10:00
a.m. a 12:30 pm. en la oficina hispana, al lado de la
Sacristía. En la primera media hora se rezará el Rosario.
Dirigido por Sonia Ruiz, informes: [email protected]
TWENTY-THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
St. Bartholomew Parish Office
6902 River Road, Bethesda, Md. 20817
Tel: 301-229-7933 ♦ Fax: 301-229-7998
♦ www.stbartholomew.org ♦
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
[email protected]
Baptisms—3rd Sunday of the month, appointment only. Parents are obliged to take a
brief class related to the Sacrament prior to the Baptism. Class is held 1st Wednesday
of the month. Registration is required. Call the Parish Office for more information.
Weddings—Please contact one of the priests at least 6 months prior to anticipated
wedding date. Pre-Cana and instruction are required.
Sacrament of Reconciliation—Saturday, following 8.00 a.m. Mass, and 3:30-4:30
p.m.; Sunday, 5:15-5:45 p.m. (Español), or by appointment.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) - The process of becoming a Catholic
Christian. Call the Parish Office for information.
Adult Choir—Weekly rehearsals on Wednesday, 8:00-10:00 p.m. Choir sings every
Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Mass.
Pastoral Care of the Sick and Homebound—Please notify the Rectory Office if you
know of any parishioner who is sick or homebound and who would like to receive
Holy Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick so that we can arrange to take him/her the
Eucharist or the Sacrament of the Sick.
Note to New Parishioners—We extend to you a warm welcome from our Parish
Community and encourage you to become active, involved members of the parish.
Please obtain a registration form from the parish office, or from the Church vestibule.
Please Note: Bulletin notices must be received no later than 12 Noon on the
Monday prior to the desired weekend of publishing.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW ORGANIZATIONS/MINISTRIES
Pastoral Council
Finance Committee
Altar Servers
Monaguillos/Hisp. Coord.
Arimatheans
Bartholomew House
Busy Men at Work Group
CYO
Children’s Liturgy
Choir
Church Guild
Eucharistic Ministers
Ministros Eucarísticos
Gabriel Network
Home and School Assn.
Hospitality & New In the Pew
Ignatian Volunteer Corps
Knights of Columbus
Lectors/Liturgy Committee
Lectores
Hispanic Liturgy
Prayer Chain
Respect for Life
Sick and Homebound
Social Concerns
Sodality
Stephen Ministry
Ushers
Ujieres
Wedding Coordinator
Youth Minister
Rollie Flynn (Chair) ........................... 301-335-2374
Hernan Oyarzabal (Hisp. Rep.) .......... 301-732-9586
Valeria Conde (Hisp. Rep.) ................ 301-340-8227
Paul Johnson (Chair) .......................... 301-320-4632
Roberto Garcia-Lopez (Hisp. Rep.).... 301-469-8482
Richard Elliott .................................... 202-686-0263
Jesus Manuel Berard, Ph.D. ............... 631-793-2005
Bill Ayers ........................................... 301-469-8023
Joe Hanle, Dir .................................... 301-320-6151
Jesus Manuel Berard, Ph.D. ............... 631-793-2005
Tom Serena ........................................ 301-320-0578
Diana Carter ....................................... 301-229-5117
Valeria Conde (Hisp.Coord.) ............. 301-340-8227
Carole Wysocki (Director) ................. 301-717-8850
Maria El-Khouri ................................. 301-897-9005
Margaret Johnson ............................... 301-335-4011
Selma deLeon .................................... 301-229-6591
Jennifer Bautista ................................ 301-793-1899
Bonnie Perkins ................................... 301-299-8091
Nancy Brouillard McKenzie .............. 301-229-1071
John Vivian ........................................ 301-461-3597
AnneMarie Economopoulos ............... 301-365-1233
Hernan Oyarzabal .............................. 301-732-9586
Susan Schill ....................................... 301-469-4973
Contact Rectory ................................. 301-229-7933
Tom Carty .......................................... 301-587-8860
Sally Aitken ....................................... 301-365-4719
Deacon Julio Blanco-Eccleston .......... 703-821-1654
Theresa Kowal ................................... 301-320-8876
Mary Ann Chalfant ............................ 301-299-3739
Maria Archer ...................................... 240-468-9896

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