holy thursday - St. Gerard Majella

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holy thursday - St. Gerard Majella
St. Gerard Majella
Roman Catholic Church / Iglesia Católica Romana
A Pro-Life Parish / Parroquia en Favor de la Vida
4439 INGLEWOOD BOULEVARD
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90066-6299
Rectory: (310)390-5034 * Fax: (310)397-0964
Website: www.stgerardla.com * E-mail: [email protected]
PARISH STAFF
Holy Mass
Pastor
Father Martin Slaughter
Saturday
Priest in Residence
Father Gerardo Padilla.
Sunday
5:30pm
7:30am
9:00am
10:30am
12:00pm
1:30pm
Monday — Saturday
Student Priest in Residence
Father Charles Vijay Kumar
Business Manager
Frances Gomez
8:00am
Parish Secretary
Olga Limon
Parish Music Director
Allan Sims
St. Gerard’s Outreach Ministry
The elderly, the homebound, the
sick, and convalescent homes.
310-390-5034
Food Bank
(310) 390-5034
Catechism Center
(310) 391-9637
Parish Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
9:00am - 12:30pm
3:00pm - 6:30pm
Pregnant?
Considering an Abortion?
There are other alternatives.
Call the women at :
WESTSIDE PREGNANCY
CLINIC (310) 268-8400 for 24
HOUR HELP
Sunday Vigil
English
English
English
Español
English
Español
(English)
Holy Days
Will be announced in the bulletin.
Será anunciado en el boletín.
Shrine of St. Gerard Majella
Patron of Mothers
Difficult Pregnancies
and Childless Couples
Adoration of
The Blessed Sacrament
Adoración al
Santísimo Sacramento
1st. Friday/1° Viernes
9:00am—6:30pm
9:00pm—7:00am
1st.Saturday/1° Sábado
7:00pm—7:00am
Need Help? Unplanned Pregnancy?
Necesita ayuda?
Embarazo no-planeado?
LAPS
Los Angeles Pregnancy Services
1-800-395-4357 24hr. Hotline
213-382-5433
Se habla1Español
Confessions
Saturdays 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Novena Wed. after the 8:00a.m.
Mass
Baptisms / Bautismos
Call the Parish Office
Llamar a la Oficina
Español 10:00am
Segundo Sábado
English 10:00am
Third Saturday
Marriage-Matrimonio
Quinceañeras
Call the Parish Office .
Llame a la Oficina.
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN
COMMITTEE
Gabriela Padilla (310-390-5034)
Palm Sunday
March 29, 2015
Holy Week 2015
HOLY THURSDAY
HOLY SATURDAY
No morning Mass
8:00 am Holy Rosary
No morning Mass
8:00 am - Holy Rosary and
Chaplet of Divine Mercy
7:30 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
8:00 pm -Easter Vigil Mass
followed by Solemn Procession with the
Blessed Sacrament and reposition to the
Altar of Repose and adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament until midnight.
EASTER SUNDAY
7:30 am English
9:00 am English
10:30 am Español
12:00 noon English
1:30 pm Español
GOOD FRIDAY
No morning Mass
8:00 am Holy Rosary
2:45 pm Chaplet of Divine Mercy
ENGLISH
12:00 noon- Stations of the Cross
12:45 pm -Liturgy of the Passion
3:00 pm - Chaplet of Divine Mercy
ESPAÑOL
3:45 pm - Liturgia de La Pasión
Coronilla de La Divina Misericordia
Vía Crucis
A las 7:00p.m. Siete Palabras
La Marcha del Silencio
la procesión en el estacionamiento.
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LENTEN PENANCE SERVICES Tuesday, March 31st
7:00p.m.
7:00p.m.
St. Monica’s - Santa Monica
Visitation - Los Angeles
Semana Santa 2015
JUEVES SANTO
SABADO SANTO
No Misa en la mañana
No Misa en la mañana
8:00 am Santo Rosario
8:00 am Santo Rosario y
Coronilla de La Misericordia
(No confessions)
(No Confesiones)
7:30 pm Misa de La Cena del Señor
8:00 pm Misa de Vigilia Pascua
Con la procesión solemne con el Santísimo
Sacramento al Altar de Reposo y adoración
al Santísimo hasta la medianoche.
DOMINGO DE PASCUA
7:30 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:00
1:30 pm
VIERNES SANTO
English
English
Español
English
Español
No Misa en la Mañana
8:00 am Santo Rosario
2:45 pm Coronilla de la Divina Misericordia
ENGLISH
12:00 noon Stations of the Cross
12:45 pm Liturgy of the Passion
3:00 pm Chaplet of Divine Mercy
ESPAÑOL
3:45 pm Liturgia de La Palabra
Coronilla de La Misericordia
Vía Crucis
A las 7:00p.m. Siete Palabras y
La Marcha del Silencio
La procesión en el estacionamiento.
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HOLY THURSDAY — THE BEGINNING OF THE HOLY TRIDUUM
Except for the celebration of Easter Vigil, Holy Thursday is possibly the most important, complex, and
profound days of celebration in the Catholic Church. Holy Thursday celebrates the institution of the Eucharist
as the true Body and Blood of Jesus Christ and the institution of the Sacrament of the Priesthood. During the
Last Supper, Jesus offers Himself as the Passover sacrifice, the sacrificial lamb, and teaches that every
ordained priest is to follow the same sacrifice in the exact same way. Christ also bids farewell to His followers
and prophesizes that one of them will betray Him and hand Him over to the Roman soldiers,and that one
would deny Him three times. During the night, after sundown – because Passover begins at sundown - The
Holy Thursday Liturgy takes place, marking the end of Lent and the beginning of the Sacred “Triduum,” (three
days) of Holy Week. These days are the three holiest days in the Catholic Church. This Mass stresses the
importance Jesus puts on humility of service, and the need for cleansing with water a symbol of baptism. Also
emphasized are the critical importance of the Eucharist and the sacrifice of Christ’s Body, which is the
consecrated Host. At the conclusion of Mass, the faithful are invited to continue Adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament at a side altar. After Holy Thursday , no Mass is celebrated again anywhere in the world until the
Easter Vigil (Saturday night) celebrates and proclaims the Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Good Friday is a day of strict fast and abstinence (obligatory)
Anyone 14 years of age and over must abstain from eating meat (meat is considered to be the flesh and
organs of mammals and fowl) also any soups or gravies made from meat. Fasting is required for all from 18 to
59 to reduce the amount eaten on a normal day. The church defines this as one main meal and two smaller
meals which if added together would not exceed the main meal in quantity.
Do not break the fast by eating or drinking between meals except for water.
Those who are dispensed from fast and abstinence are the sick, the frail, pregnant or nursing women, manual
laborers according to their need.
AYUNO Y ABSTINENCIA CUARESMAL
En los Estados Unidos de América, Conferencia de los Obispos Católicos ha declarado que “la edad para
ayunar es desde el cumplimiento de los 18 años hasta el comienzo de la edad de 60 años.” La Conferencia
(USCCB) permite también la substitución de otra forma de penitencia por la abstinencia en todos los viernes
del año, excepto los viernes de la Cuaresma. Por lo tanto, las reglas para el ayuno y la abstinencia para los
Estados Unidos son: Cada persona que tiene 14 años o más debe abstenerse de carnes (y comidas hechas con
productos de carnes) el Miércoles de Ceniza, el Viernes Santo, y todos los viernes de la Cuaresma. Cada
persona entre las edades de 18 y 60 años debe ayunar en el Miércoles de Ceniza y Viernes Santo. Todos los
que tienen 14 años o más deben abstenerse de carne (y comidas hechas con productos de carnes) en todos los
demás viernes del año a menos que el o ella sustituye alguna otra forma de penitencia por abstinencia.
PLEASE NOTE
The monthly devotion in April to
Our Lady of Fatima
will be on APRIL 10TH
@7:00p.m.
Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and candlelight procession.
The date change is only for the month of April
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Palm Sunday
Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem
When they had come near Jerusalem and had reached Bethphage, at the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two
disciples, saying to them, “Go into the village ahead of you, and immediately you will find a donkey tied,
and a colt with her; untie them and bring them to me. If anyone says anything to you, just say this, ‘The
Lord needs them.’ And he will send them immediately. This took place to fulfill what had been spoken
through the prophet, saying, “Tell the daughter of Zion, Look, your king is coming to you, humble, and
mounted on a donkey, and on a colt, the foal of a donkey.”
The disciples went and did as Jesus had directed them; they brought the donkey and the colt, and put their
cloaks on them, and he sat on them. A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, and others cut
branches from the trees and spread them on the road. The crowds that went ahead of him and that followed
were shouting, "Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
Hosanna in the highest heaven!” When he entered Jerusalem, the whole city was in turmoil, asking, “Who
is this?” The crowds were saying, “This is the prophet Jesus from Nazareth in Galilee.”
Today we commemorate Christ’s entry into Jerusalem for the completion of the Paschal Mystery. The
Palm Sunday procession is formed of Christians who, in the “fullness of faith,” make their own the gesture
of the Jews and endow it with it’s full significance. Following the Jews’ example we proclaim Christ as a
Victor…Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord. But by our
faith we know, as they did not, all that His triumph stands for. He is the Messiah, the Son of David and the
Son of God. He is the sign of contradiction, acclaimed by some and reviled by others. Sent to this world
to wrest us from sin and the power of Satan, He underwent His Passion, the punishment for our sins, but
issues forth triumphant from the tomb, the victor over death, making our peace with God and taking us
with Him into the kingdom of His Father in heaven.
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Men’s Bible Study
SB 128 would legalize physician– assisted suicide in California. Pope
Francis reminds us:” The biblical commandment to honor our parents
reminds us in a broader sense of our duty to honor the elderly
people.” Take action now to protect the elderly and those with
disabilities. Visit: arch.org/sb128 to learn more, contact your
legislator, and get involved.
Thursdays, @ 7:00p.m.
In the Catechism Center
La SB 128 legalizaría el suicidio asistido por medico en California. El
Papa Francisco nos recuerda: “El mandamiento bíblico es honrar a
nuestros padres esto nos recuerda un sentido mas amplio de nuestro
deber de honrar todas personas de la tercera edad.” Es hora de tomar
acción para proteger las personas de la tercera edad y con
discapacidades. Visita la pagina de web: archla.org/sb128 para
obtener mas información, póngase en contacto con su legislador,
e involúcrese.
Men along the way…
Join us for a Men’s Bible Study
Through the Gospel of John
Led by Robert Brown
Petition to St. Gerard Majella
Teresa + husband - 7th pregnancy; baby
is said to be at risk. St. Gerard please
intercede for this family.
For more informa on: call the
parish office @ 310-390-5034
CONCIERTO DE PRIMAVERA
DOMINGO, 29 DE MARZO
La Rondalla Del Amor de Saltillo
$10 por persona
5:30p.m. – 7:30p.m.
Iglesia de Santa Ana
DAILY MASS INTENTIONS
-
Saturday, Mar. 28th
5:30p.m Federico Tobilla +
Sunday, Mar. 29th
7:30a.m. Leanor Klaus +
9:00a.m. Francisco Bazzano +
10:30a.m Angeles Custodios
12:00p.m. The People of St. Gerard
1:30p.m. Angeles Custodios
Monday, Mar. 30th
8:00a.m. To our Guardian Angels
INTENCIONES DE MISA DIARIA
Tuesday, Mar. 31st
8:00a.m Clarence & Rene Kussner (Wed Ann)
Wednesday, April 1st
8:00a.m. Jose Perez +
Thursday, April 2nd
7:30p.m. Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Friday, April 3rd
Good Friday No Mass
Saturday, April 4th
6 8:00p.m. Easter Vigil Mass
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