yet even now, says the lord, return to me with your whole heart.

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yet even now, says the lord, return to me with your whole heart.
“YET EVEN NOW,
SAYS THE LORD,
RETURN TO ME
WITH YOUR
WHOLE HEART.”
Joel 2:12
St. Anthony of Padua
5770 N. Maroa, Fresno Ca 93704-2038
(559) 439-0124 Fax: (559) 439-3050
www.stanthonyfresno.org
Parish Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
(open during lunch)
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 8:00am., 5:15pm (Vigil Mass), 7:00pm (Spanish)
Sunday: 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am,
1:00pm (Spanish), 3:30pm (Latin), 6:00pm
Daily Mass Schedule (September - May)
Monday - Thursday: 6:45am, 8:00am
Friday: 6:45am, 8:45am
First Friday: 5:30pm (Chapel)
Misa en español del Primer Viernes: 7:00pm
(Capilla de Guadalupe)
Perpetual Adoration
24 hours a day, 7 days a week located in the Parish Office
Sacrament of Reconciliation (confesiones)
Saturday: 11:00am - 12:00pm AND 2:30pm - 4:30pm
St Agnes Mission Church
111 W. Birch St., Pinedale, Ca 93650
(559) 439-2100
www.stagnesfresno.org
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 4:00pm
(Closed for lunch 12:30 - 1:30pm)
(Closed Wednesdays)
Mass Schedule
Sunday: 9:00am, 10:30am (Spanish)
No Daily Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Confessions will be held at St. Anthony's
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Tuesday: 7:00 - 8:00pm
St. Anthony’s School
5680 N. Maroa,
Fresno, Ca 93704
(559) 435-0700 Fax: (559) 435-6749
www.sasfresno.com
Principal: Mrs. Kim Cochran
St. Anthony’s Staff
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Clergy
Pastor
Parochial Vicar
Parochial Vicar, St. Agnes Mission
In Residence
Parish Deacon
Parish Deacon
Rev. Msgr. Rob Wenzinger
Rev. Fr. Loren Blessing
Rev. Ricardo D. Magdaleno
Rev. Msgr. Myron J. Cotta, V.G.
Rev. Mr. Edward C. Valdez
Rev. Mr. Ricardo DeLeon
Religious
Parish Sister
Parish Sister
Parish Sister
The Catholic Christian Community of
St. Anthony of Padua welcomes all to our
celebrations of God’s love. Through prayer,
education, sacraments, caring and stewardship,
we strive to serve the needs of God’s people and
Sr. Flor Azevedo, FHIC
Sr. Rosa Maria Branco, FHIC
Hna. Teresa de Jesús, MCSTNJ
Religious Ed. Secretary
Sunday Pre-School
Youth Group Ministries
Youth Group Assistant
Contact Person
Rev. Msgr. Rob Wenzinger
Mary Mosier
Chris Shiveley
Teri Lóera
Lilli Angela Antonio
Sherry Otero
Martha Danks-Ferguson
Jan Spraggins
Mary Socorro Briseño
Tom Neumeier
Teri Lóera
Sharon Christison
Edgar Briseño
Hermana Teresa de Jesús
Lynn Medeiros
David Sarkisian
Norma Jean Liscano
Sister Flor
Sister Rosa Maria
Aida Bolton
Martha Danks-Ferguson
Sharon Christison
Sarah Moreno
School Principal
Mrs. Kim Cochran
Pastor
Administrator, Parish
Administrative Asst.
Administrative Asst.
Accts. Receivable
Bookkeeper
Adult Religious Ed.
Bulletin Editor
Children's Religious Ed.
Finance/Facilities
Infant Baptisms
High School Sacraments
Hispanic Ministries
Hispanic Ministries Asst.
Marriage Coordinator
Music Ministries
Parish Ministries
Mission Statement
to gain a richer understanding of the gospel
message of love.
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Parish Administrator
Director of Religious Ed.
Hispanic Ministries
Annette Amparano
Phyllis Carmona
Miguel Mireles
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[email protected]
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
Masses WITH distribution of ashes
All Masses will be celebrated in the Main Church (A collection will be taken)
6:45am
English
8:00am English
5:30pm English
7:00pm Spanish
Ash Service Only (NO Mass) All services will be offered in the Main Church
12:15pm English
4:00pm English
ST AGNES MISSION CHURCHPINEDALE
Masses WITH distribution of Ashes
5:30 pm
English
7:00 pm
Spanish
Sacraments
www.stanthonyfresno.org
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READINGS CAN BE FOUND AT #942
Readings and Mass Intentions
(February 10 ~ February 17, 2013)
Recently Requested Masses
Bernard Edoga & deceased Edgoa Family members
Charles Stenzel by Georgina Reynolds & family
Amalia Cabral by Don Farmer
Steve Segal by Katie & Mark Cox
Anna Demler by Ed & Kathy Signorello
John Lima by Manuel & Virginia Pacheco
The following couples participated in our
Marriage Preparation Class this weekend:
David Barroso and Jamie McCurdy
Andrew Chavez and Haley Sawyer
Ignacio Gomez Jr. and Verenice Ramirez
Daniel Gonzalez and Tara Casey
Christopher Maldonado and Christine Fajardo
James Mason III and Jennifer Gomez
Andrew Massetti and Jamie Rubalcaba
Ryan McAlister and Veronica Granados
Steven Overstreet and Ashley Costa
Jeffrey Pardini and Lauren Hale
Nathan Quiroz and Chrysalis Buccat
Edgar Rodriguez and Katie Schroeder
Anthony Serpa and Gina Pecchenino
Michael Shoffner and Christina Tyler
Tony Storelli and Julie Shute
Jerrett Thomason and Meghan Olsen
Heavenly Father,
bless these couples who have manifested their
intention to unite in marriage.
Keep them close to You and to one another,
deepen their spirit of prayer and love, and lead
them to receive the Sacrament of Marriage
with joy and happiness.
We ask this in the Name of Jesus the Lord.
Amen.
For the weekend of February 3, 2013
This week’s plate income: $28,198.00
Last year’s plate income: $28,291.00
Difference:
-$
93.00
Year to Date Plate Collection:
7/1/2011 - 1/31/2011:
$ 743,990.60
7/1/2012 - 1/31/2012:
$ 770,210.74
Difference
+ $ 26,220.14
Thank you for your generosity!
Sunday 2/10
#942
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:oo pm
Monday 2/11
6:45 am
8:00 am
Tuesday 2/12
6:45 am
8:00 am
5:30pm
Wednesday 2/13
6:45 am
8:00 am
5:30pm
7:00pm
Thursday 2/14
6:45 am
8:00 am
5:30pm
Friday 2/15
6:45 am
8:45 am
5:30pm
Saturday 2/16
Is 6:1-2a, 3-8; Ps 138:1-5, 7-8; 1 Cor 15:1-11 [3-8, 11];
Lk 5:1-11
† Francis & Lorraine VanAnne by Larry & Ravar Holody
† Nathan Nelson by Ray & Diane Hill
† Elliot Chielpegian by The DeLuca Family
† Mary & Joe Silva by J. Silva
Pro Populo
Intentions of Mark De Castro by The De Castro Family
Gn 1:1-19; Ps 104:1-2a, 5-6, 10, 12, 24, 35c; Mk 6:53-56
† Jane, Solag & Linda Dalition by Geo Dalition
Intentions of Jim Clements by Don Cardell Family
Gn 1:20 — 2:4a; Ps 8:4-9; Mk 7:1-13
† Juanita Manzula by Manuel Manzula
† Leo Tashjian by Wayne Gomes
† Roy Silva by J. Silva
Jl 2:12-18; Ps 51:3-6ab, 12-14, 17; 2 Cor 5:20 - 6:2;
Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
† Deceased Members of the Tony & AnnaMarie Ochinero Family
† Eleanor Stittich by Elizabeth Stittich
† Andy Solomon by Tom & Karen Ferdinandi
† Hoton Garzon-Lopez por Cecilia Garzon-Trinidad
Dt 30:15-20; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Mt 16:13-19
† Jane, Solag & Linda Dalition by Geo Dalition
† Richard & David Danks by Irene Danks
† Joe Pecora by Ed & Charlotte Girado
Is 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6ab, 18-19; Lk 9:22-25
† Angelo Marrone by Clara Touya
† Andy Solomon by St Anthony School Staff & Personnel
† William S. Whitehurst by Ann,William,Winston&Warren
Is 58:9b-14; Ps 86:1-6; Lk 5:27-32
8:00 am
† Mary T. & Joseph Stittich by their daughters
5:15 pm
† Frank Ochinero by Genevieve & family
7:00 pm (Spanish) Pro Populo
Sunday 2/17
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:oo pm
Dt 26:4-10; Ps 91:1-2, 10-15; Rom 10:8-13; Lk 4:1-13
† Charles Fazio by Antoinette & Angelo Pecora
Intentions of Roberta & Doug Carlile by Henrie Lund
† Mark & Grace Vasquez by Mark & Lucy Vasquez
† Manuel Magana by Petra Barbo
† Andy Solomon by The Cantelmi Family
Living & Deceased of the Hermosillo Family by The Diez Family
Pray for the Sick:
We pray for Julia Bravo and all those who are sick.
May they feel the healing power of our prayers.
Condolences:
We pray for Lourdes Exconde,
John Pazeian and all the faithful departed. Eternal
rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light
shine upon them. May they rest in peace.
Religious Education
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February 10, 2013
2nd YEAR OF SACRAMENT PREPARATION
This month’s sessions for families in their 2nd year of Sacrament Preparation are scheduled for
Thursday, February 28th.
G.I.F.T. Growing in Faith Together
GRADES: K - 6TH
Classes are held:
Sundays: 3:30 - 4:45pm or
Tuesdays: 6:30 - 7:45pm
For more information, please contact:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119
[email protected]
All 6th, 7th, & 8th graders
ALWAYS WELCOME!
Tuesdays, 6:30 - 7:45pm in the Social Hall
February 12 ~ Let the Lenten Season Begin!
February 19 ~ XLT
February 26 ~ Breaking the Cycle
Fighting Global & Local Injustice
2nd Year Sacrament Class
Thursday, February 28
Sarah Moreno at 439-0124 ext. 110 or
[email protected]
RADIANT JOY
All teens in High School are welcome to attend
our 6:00pm Mass. Come sit up front in the
Main Section of the Church. Our Life Nights
immediately follow until 9:00pm.
February 10th: Life Night
February 15th - 17th: Retreat at Three Rivers
February 24th: Life Night
Do you know an adult interested in learning
about our faith? Our Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) sessions are held
every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Conference
Room of the Parish Center. New inquirers are
always welcome. Please join us. (Accompanying friends are
always welcome too). Contact Martha if you have any
questions. 439-0124, ext. 114.
A New Year has begun. A new Bible Study begins too: Our Little Rock Scripture Study series continues
with the Gospel of John. Join us on Tuesdays at 7:00pm in the Board Room of the Parish Center.
New members are always welcome. Materials are available from the facilitator. Keep that great New
Year’s resolution to get more involved with your faith and make some new friends at the same time. We
look forward to you joining us.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Many Catholics who are not active in the Church will still seek out ashes this Wednesday. Likewise, many Jews
who are not otherwise observant will follow the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, with great
exactness, fasting and refraining from work and entertainment. People customarily dress in
white as a symbol of purity and a reminder of God’s promise that our sins will be made white
as snow. While the overture to Ash Wednesday for Christians may be a festive Mardi Gras
celebration, for Jews it is the New Year feast of Rosh Hashanah. Ten days before the Day of
Atonement to God, people are expected to repair breaks in human life. These are days for
offering forgiveness and seeking to repair harmed relationships with family, friends, or
coworkers. Everyone is expected to seek out someone and “clear the air” by asking for
understanding for any mean words or thoughtless deeds in the past year.
Perhaps the ashes you receive will be invested with deeper meaning if you follow a
similar plan. This year, Rosh Hashanah will be September 5, and Yom Kippur September 14. A conversation with some
Jewish friends or neighbors about their experience of a season of repentance may be a blessing on your Lent.
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
www.stanthonyfresno.org
DON’T FORGET..
THE WORLD DAY
OF THE SICK
MONDAY,
FEBRUARY 11, 2013
@ 10:00AM @ St. Anthony of Padua
Church in Our Lady of
Guadalupe Chapel
“Jesus healed all the sick presented to Him”
~ Matthew 8:14-17 ~ Mark 1:29-34
ASH WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH
The act of putting on ashes symbolizes
fragility and mortality, and the need
to be redeemed by the mercy of God.
Far from being a merely external act, the
Church has retained the use of ashes to
symbolize that attitude of internal penance
to which all the baptized are called during
Lent. — Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy
Parish Ministries
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Seniors: Please join us for a wee bit of o’Irish
fun & performance by the…
“MC TEGGART IRISH DANCERS”
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 @ 11:30am at Pardini’s,
(Shaw & Van Ness)
Entrée: Bassa Sole
Price: $12.00
We look forward to seeing you!
Twin Hearts Rosary
Group
This group meets every
Monday at 6:30pm in
Room #23 to pray the
rosary and to prepare
for the Sunday
Readings. Newcomers
are always welcome to
join at anytime.
“Confession is an act of honesty and
courage - an act of entrusting ourselves,
beyond sin, to the mercy of a loving
and forgiving God.” ~ Beloved Pope John Paul II
MINISTRY CORE
GROUP
MEETING!
Monday,
February 11, @
7:00pm in the
Board Room.
It is important that
you attend this
meeting if you
cannot, please send
a representative in
your place.
St. Ann’s
Bridge Club
Welcomes
newcomers to join
us on Monday,
February 11, at
12:00 noon in the
Conference Room.
For reservations call
Rose Marie at:
439-2601 or Ann at:
439-1649.
The Italian Catholic Federation is once again hosting their Annual Lenten Dinners to be held on the six
Fridays during Lent. The price will be the same as last year - $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children
under
Time: 5pm to 7pm in the Social Hall. The first meal will be on: Friday, February 15th - Fish & Chips,
Friday, February 22nd - Clam Chowder, Friday, March 1st - Vegetable Lasagna, Friday, March 8th
Fish & Chips, Friday, March 15th & - Vegetable Lasagna, March 22nd - To be announced. All dinners served
with salad, roll & butter, dessert and wine & water. Also, on March 1st, Antoinette will be taking pre-orders for 1/2
pans of lasagna for $40.00 a pan - makes 6 to 8 portions or a full size pan for $60.00 - makes 12 to 14 portions.
For information and pre-order forms (pick-up order form in office), please call Antoinette @ 431-9536.
ICF
The Monthly Memorial Mass is next Saturday, February 16th @ 5:15pm. At this Mass the
descendants names will be read out loud and a candle will be lit in memory of those who have
passed away a year ago in February 2012, here at St. Anthony’s Church. We invite members of the
families to come up after Mass to take the candle home as a memorial to your loved one. Questions?
Please call 439-0124, ext. 105. or 112.
24 HOUR PERPETUAL ADORATION - IS A GIFT FROM GOD!
Permanent Adorers & 2nd Adorers are needed. There is a schedule located on the wall
in the Adoration Chapel for the hours in need. If you are interested or have any questions
on or how to become an Adorer, PLEASE, call the Office of Ministries at: 439-0124 ext. 105 or 112.
Why should I come to Adoration? Because Jesus desires so much to be with you. He desires to have you
come into His presence. He loves you and wants to share His life with you. He wants you to bring your
cares, concerns, worries and joys to Him and lay them at His feet….
News You Can Use
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February 10, 2013
St. Agnes Mission Church
The St. Agnes Mission Church contribution statements will be available by the end of
January. The statements will only be sent to those who used their pre-printed envelopes or
for those who wrote a check. Please call the St. Agnes Mission Church office at 439-2100 to
request your statement; statements will not be sent without a request from you!
(This only pertains to St. Agnes Mission Church)
2013 Saint Anthony’s Italian Dinner
Sunday February 24, 2013
10am to 8pm
Saint Anthony’s Social Hall
Menu
Grilled Tri-Tip and Sausage,
DiCicco’s Pasta, Green Salad,
Homemade Bread, Drink and Dessert
No-host wine bar
Dinners will be available for take-out
Tickets
Adult: $12.50 (after 2/22, $15)
Child (5-12): $6.50 (after 2/22, $7.50)
Children 4 and under free with paid adult
Whole Cooked Tri-tip: $25
VISIT OUR WEBSITE (www.stanthonyfresno.org)
E-mail Lisa Hendey at: [email protected]
Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook and “check in”
(on your mobile device) before Mass
to let others know about our wonderful Parish.
POLICY FOR BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Deadline: 11 days prior to the Sunday you’d like your article
to be considered for publication.
Format: Typewritten, e-mail is preferable
Send articles to Jan by e-mail @ [email protected]
Note: The editor’s deadline is set by the publisher
and is non-negotiable.
Due to this reason, late articles will not be accepted.
Articles must be approved prior to appearing in the bulletin. We
reserve the right to edit articles.
Sacred Heart School will close its doors at
the end of this school year.
Diocese of Fresno’s
March 23, 2013
All 6th - 8th graders are welcome!
ST. PAUL NEWMAN CTR.
1572 E. Barstow Ave., Fresno, CA
Cost: $20 / participant
9:00am: Check in / doors open
9:30am - 4:00pm: Mass of the day
and lunch is included!
Religious articles are available for sale
For more information, contact:
Sarah Moreno at 439-0124 ext. 110.
Keynote Speaker
JUDY MCDONALD
Catholic Comedian
www.judymcdonald.net
On January 25, 2013, Most Rev. Armando Ochoa, Bishop of the
Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, met with the Superintendent
of Catholic Schools, President of the Diocesan Board of
Education, and Diocesan CFO, Sacred Heart School’s principal,
pastor, and the school’s Board President, to announce his decision
to close the school in June, at the conclusion of this 2012-2013
school year.
“Since I believe in a Catholic education for all Catholic children, it
is personally for me a very difficult decision to close a school,”
said Bishop Ochoa. At this meeting, the Bishop also said, “I
received a clear statement from my Diocesan Board of Education Sacred Heart School is not able to meet its cost overhead with its
current low enrollment.” This problem started many years ago
when the state constructed highways 180 and 168. To build these
freeways, hundreds of homes were destroyed in the school’s
neighborhood and one half of the school’s neighbors were forced
to sell their homes and move away from the area.
“I love this school, its outstanding teachers, its great students, its
generous parents, and its wonderful Christian culture of helping
each other,” said Sr. Kathleen Drilling, the school principal. “We
have done our best to reach the financial and enrollment
benchmarks required by the Diocese. At this time in our long
history of solving problems, we have clearly identified a number
interrelated problems that we were unable to resolve within the
required deadline.”
www.stanthonyfresno.org
Around our Diocese
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LITTLE JOE
He calls himself “Little Joe”. Most of the time he stays under a plastic sheet on Santa Clara St. downtown. Sometimes he eats at
Poverello House. Sometimes not. If you would like to help our homeless brothers and sisters, contact Bill at the Bishop Steinbock
Homeless Advocacy Committee at 227-6565 or [email protected]
POINT IN TIME SURVEY OF HOMELESS
On September 19, 2012 Fresno County Councilmember Henry Perea and several people from various county
departments and from the Fresno Housing Authority met with the Summit Conference on Homelessness for Fresno’s
religious leaders to discuss how members of the faith community can help the city and county solve the problem of
homelessness.
One need was for 150 volunteers to help with the Point In Time Survey which is required by HUD for Fresno and
Madera agencies to get Federal grants to help and house the homeless. To volunteer you must participate in a
mandatory volunteer training session at Poverello House located at 412 F Street, Fresno, on Sunday, February 24,
2:30pm - 6:00pm. Surveyors are needed for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 25 - 27, arrive at 5:00am,
surveying is 5:30am– 9:00am: Teams of 4 - 5people will take to the streets to survey Fresno and Madera’s Homeless. We
kindly ask that volunteers commit to participating on all three mornings if possible. To sign up as a volunteer, contact:
Gabriela McNiel, Director of Volunteer Services, Poverello House (559) 498-6988 ext.101 or
(559) 970-8477. Please indicate that you would like to be a Registry Week volunteer.
ASH WEDNESDAY DAY OF REFLECTION (February 13, 2013)
“Like Clay in the Hands of the Potter”
As we begin the sacred season of Lent in this special year of faith we will focus on the
fundamental attitude of faith: to be open and receptive to God’s initiative in our life. Like clay
in the hands of the potter our lives are shaped into vessels of God’s love. Fr. John
Griesbach, Sr. Danielle Witt, SSND, Fr Rod Craig, and Sr. Donna Shanahan, CSJ, will be
the presenters for this day of reflection. The cost for the day $30. For more information,
please call the Retreat Center at 561-4595.
Teams of Our Lady
Fresno Sector
Couple’s Retreat
March 1 - 3, 2103
Arrival 4:00 - 5:30pm. Friday to 1:00pm Sunday Departure
Fr. Dan Avila, Retreat Master
“Year of Faith ~ Satisfy our Thirst at the Fountain”
Come learn how to deepen both your married and individual spirituality.
Program includes presentations, rosary, stations of the cross,
penance, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, prayer and Sunday
Mass.
$330 per couple includes a room for two nights and all meals.
Bring a snack to share. $100 deposit required.
Held at the beautiful St. Anthony Retreat Center, Three Rivers.
“A spiritual Oasis in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains”
For more information please call: Prud’hommes at 589-1737,
Raeleen at 816-3371, Pepe or Rodger Menezes at 972-5095.
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The Retrouvaille program consists of a weekend experience with
post-weekend sessions. The program provides tools to put
marriage in order again, with an emphasis on communication
between husband and wife.
For confidential information about or to register for the March
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Encounter weekend. The retreat will be held in the Fresno area at St. Nicholas Retreat Center, Dunlap on
March 15 - 17, 2013. We will also offer a weekend in San Juan Bautista on May 3 - 5, 2013. For more
information, contact Rich & Mary Jo Castello at 831-704-6322 or [email protected]
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
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Febrero 10, 2013
EL LLAMADO DE DIOS
Al ser confrontado con el poder y la majestad de Dios, la primera respuesta del
profeta Isaías es reconocer su pecado. “Ay de mí, estoy perdido porque soy un hombre
de labios impuros”, dice en voz alta. De la misma manera, con las redes de pesca
repentinamente llenas con la orden de Jesús, Pedro cae de rodillas y clama: “Señor,
apártate de mí porque soy un pecador”. Después Pedro se levanta, deja atracado su
bote y sigue a Jesús. Isaías también experimentó un cambio impresionante. Cuando
escuchó al Señor que decía: “¿A quién voy a enviar? ¿Quién irá por nosotros?”, Isaías
respondió: “Aquí estoy, envíame”. Somos llamados diariamente por el Señor
resucitado. Se nos recuerda del poder salvador del Evangelio y sabemos de corazón
que, como escribió San Pablo, creer en otra cosa no nos llevará a ningún lado.
¿Qué se necesita para que dejes el pecado? ¿Qué se necesita para que caigas de
rodillas? ¿Qué se necesita para que dejes lo que no es importante y aceptes el llamado de ser mensajero de Dios? Copyright ©
FONDO DE ASISTENCIA
Voluntarios estarán en las salidas
de la iglesia hoy aceptando sus
generosa contribución para el fondo
de Asistencia de la Parroquia.
Gracias!
Vivamos la Palabra de Dios
Oremos para que oigamos a Dios cuando nos envíe una
palabra retadora, que nos interpela para expandir nuestros
límites y para dejar que obre de maneras nuevas y
sorprendentes. Señor, permite que estemos abiertos a tu
Espíritu, que se mueve dondequiera. World Library Publications.
La Corresponsabilidad Vivida Ahora
PROXÍMO MIÉRCOLES 13
DE FEBRERO: MISA Y
CENIZAS 7:00PM
Y
SERVICIO DE CENIZAS
8:45PM
Dale a Dios de sobra — no de lo que te sobra.
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Ministerios Hispanos de St. Anthony of Padua invita a
una Misión Parroquial como parte de preparación
espiritual para la Cuaresma “Todavía es tiempo.
Vuélvanse a mi de todo corazón...” del libro de Joel 2,
12 que se celebrará del 11 al 15 de febrero con el Padre
Rafael Velasco del Seminario Arquidiocesano Rafael
Guízar de Xalapa, Veracruz Mex.
Lunes 11, Misa de Sanación:
“Vengan a mi que yo los aliviaré”,
Martes 12, Cuaresma y la Virgen de Guadalupe
Miércoles 13, Miércoles de Ceniza
Jueves 14, Misa: El amor es la mayor de las virtudes.
Viernes 15, Alabanza y Adoración con Hermana
Glenda. 6:30pm - $10.00 admisión general.
La Misión de Cuaresma comenzará a las 7:00pm en la
Capilla de Guadalupe. Habrá confesiones a las 6:00pm
de lunes a jueves. “¡Ahora es el día de la Salvación!”
2 corintios 6,2
AÑO DE LA FE
-
Este año tendremos un servicio de cenizas adicional
a las 8:45pm para servir a la comunidad y a los
feligreses que salen tarde de sus trabajos.
SERVIR AL POBRE
Sé diligente en servir al pobre. Ama a los pobres,
hónralos igual que honrarías al mismo Cristo.
— Santa Luisa de Marillac
LA VIRGEN PEREGRINA
Querida comunidad, con alegría les
c o mu n i c a m o s q u e e s t a r e mo s
celebrando el 1er aniversario de la
Virgen Peregrina el próximo martes
12 de febrero con el Santo Rosario a
las 6:30pm y misa a las 7:00pm.
Acompáñenos! Si alguna familia le
gustaría recibir y hospedar a la
Virgen Peregrina hablar con la Hna.
Tere al 439-0124 ext. 113
MISAS EN ESPAÑOL: SÁBADO 7:00PM Y DOMINGO A LA 1:00PM
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AÑO DE LA FE
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Febrero 10, 2013
Pagina 9
NUEVOS MIEMBROS
Le damos la más cordial bienvenida a todas las familias y personas que nos acompañan a nuestras celebraciones
litúrgicas, o que se han mudado recientemente a este vecindario y ahora son parte de esta comunidad de fe. Los
invitamos a pasar por la oficina y se inscriban como miembros de St. Anthony of Padua. Bienvenidos!
Para su Información…
BAUTISMOS: Para mas información pase a la oficina
de la parroquia dos meses antes del bautismo referente
a clases de preparación y días para bautizar.
QUINCEAÑERAS: Pase a la oficina de la parroquia
para recoger el folleto de información (puede bajarlo
en nuestra pagina de Internet) antes de hacer una cita
para reservar la fecha deseada para la misa de quince
años.
BODAS: Las Parejas que desean recibir el Sacramento
de Matrimonio en St. Anthony of Padua necesitan
pasar a la oficina de la parroquia o comunicarse con la
coordinadora de este sacramento por lo menos 6 meses
antes de la fecha deseada para la boda.
PRESENTACIONES: Las familias que quieran
presentar a sus hijos recién nacidos, de 40 días, o 3
años, pasen a la oficina para mas información sobre el
proceso y fechas de presentaciones!
ASUMIR UNA POSICIÓN
Mi gran preocupación no es que Dios esté de nuestro lado; mi gran preocupación es estar del lado de Dios.
— Abraham Lincoln
GRUPO DE HOMBRES
APOYO, COMPAÑERISMO Y CRECIMIENTO ESPIRITUAL
PLANIFICAR
Si planificas para un año, siembra arroz.
Si planificas para una década, planta árboles.
Si planificas para toda una vida, educa a una persona.
— Proverbio chino
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Cuando era niño mi padre me
llevaba al rancho de mi abuelito en
México. En una de esas visitas mi
abuelo y mis tíos estaban quemando
la tierra en su rancho. Mientras el
fuego ardía, papa Manuel nos
explicaba que era necesario reducir todo en cenizas para
que la tierra recobrara sus fuerzas y quedará más fértil.
Sin saberlo, mi abuelo me dio la imagen que hasta hoy
sostiene mi concepto del Miércoles de Cenizas y de la
cuaresma. El Miércoles de Cenizas es la fiesta cristiana
que por lo menos doce siglos ha señalado el comienzo de
la Cuaresma. No cabe duda que para los Latinos este día
es de particular atracción. Es uno de los pocos días del
año litúrgico en cual llegamos al templo en masa por tal
de recibir las cenizas en la frente. Nosotros somos un
pueblo enraizado en la tierra y sabemos que la tierra
necesita quemarse de vez en cuando para seguir
produciendo. Nosotros como la tierra necesitamos
dominarnos y cultivarnos para producir frutos y flores
para el Señor y los demás. Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S.
El Grupo de Hombres se reúne los lunes a las 7:00pm
Salón #21 YA SE ARMO...TE ESPERAMOS!
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN
El Grupo de Oración se reúne los miércoles a las 7:00pm
en el Salón #24 de la escuela. Acompáñanos
ESTUDIO de la BIBLIA
El Grupo de Biblia se reúne los jueves a las 7:00pm en el
Salón #21. Acompáñanos y trae tu Biblia!
GRUPO DE JOVENES DE HIGH SCHOOL
Jóvenes de High School del 9 al 12vo grado se reúnen en
el Salón Social los viernes de 7:00pm a 9:00pm.
GRUPO DE JOVENES ADULTOS
Jóvenes mayores de 18 años se reúnen en el Salón de
conferencias los viernes de 7:00pm a 9:00pm
Acompáñanos y trae tu Biblia!
Próximo Viernes, acompáñanos y se parte de una
tarde maravillosa llena de alabanza y bendiciones!
HOMEBOUND (VISITAS A LOS ENFERMOS) Por favor informe a la Hna. Tere al 439-0124 x. 113 de cualquier
persona, familiar o vecino que esta en el hospital, asilo de ancianos o en casa para que sean visitados por un miembro del
Ministerio de Enfermos. A la misma vez invitamos a personas que les gustaría ser parte de este importante ministerio.
AÑO DE LA FE
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MISAS EN ESPAÑOL: SÁBADO 7:00PM Y DOMINGO A LA 1:00PM
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AÑO DE LA FE
Page 10
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
February 10, 2013
SMUDGED WITH ASHES, SMEARED WITH OIL
On a somber Wednesday we will gather to smudge every forehead with ashes, admonishing each other to
remember that dust returns to dust and that the only way through death to life is Christ. The ashes are made by burning
palms—given to us on Passion Sunday a year ago with the invitation to “go forth in peace, praising Jesus our Messiah,
as did the crowds that welcomed him into Jerusalem.” Our baptismal life is a lifelong pilgrimage with Christ toward
Jerusalem. Yet like our best intentions, last year’s palm branches now have become dried and
brittle—fodder for the fire. So our pilgrimage leads us to Lent. And a hostile climate of sin and
suffering necessitates drastic measures: We are marked with ashes as a sign of our willingness to
pray, fast and give alms.
But this gritty smudge that we accept on our foreheads is not a death sentence. It is not the mark of
Cain. A reminder of our fragile mortality, it is nonetheless shaped in the great sign of salvation: The
ashes form a cross, a thumb-printed cross that marks the same heads that were smeared with
chrism at baptism. Anointed with that royal oil, we are committed to conversion, to continually
setting out for the new Jerusalem, to leaving behind forever our captivity in Egypt.
This gritty ashen sign reminds us that on the way there is soil and toil, sweat and hard work before
we come to the oasis in this desert—the Easter bath of baptism. At the font, on a damp and chilly night, water will wash
away soil and oil will soothe away toil to make new Christians royal: heirs of the reign of God. The dusty smudges will be
gone, and in the light of the paschal candle the oily heads of the newly baptized will shine like the moon and the stars,
reminding us of our destiny. What begins in ashes ends in water and in fire.Copyright © 2001 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training
Publications, 1800 North Hermitage Avenue, Chicago IL 60622-1101; 1-800-933-1800; www.ltp.org. Text by David Philippart. Art by Rosie Kelly. All rights
The Catholic Church no longer officially honors St. Valentine,
but the holiday has both Roman and Catholic roots.
THE ORIGINS OF ST. VALENTINE’S DAY
A quick quiz: St. Valentine was:
a) a priest in the Roman Empire who helped persecuted Christians
during the reign of Claudius II, was thrown in jail and later beheaded on
Feb. 14.
b) a Catholic bishop of Terni who was beheaded, also during the reign of
Claudius II.
c) someone who secretly married couples when marriage was forbidden,
or suffered in Africa, or wrote letters to his jailer's daughter, and was
probably beheaded.
d) all, some, or possibly none of the above.
If you guessed d), give yourself a box of chocolates. Although the midFebruary holiday celebrating love and lovers remains wildly popular, the
confusion over its origins led the Catholic Church, in 1969, to
drop St. Valentine's Day from the Roman calendar of official,
worldwide Catholic feasts. (Those highly sought-after days
are reserved for saints with more clear historical record.
After all, the saints are real individuals for us to imitate.)
Some parishes, however, observe the feast of St. Valentine.
The roots of St. Valentine's Day lie in the ancient Roman
festival of Lupercalia, which was celebrated on Feb. 15. For 800 years the
Romans had dedicated this day to the god Lupercus. On Lupercalia, a young
man would draw the name of a young woman in a lottery and would then
keep the woman as a sexual companion for the year.
Pope Gelasius I was, understandably, less than thrilled with this custom.
So he changed the lottery to have both young men and women draw the
names of saints whom they would then emulate for the year (a change that no
doubt disappointed a few young men). Instead of Lupercus, the patron of the
feast became Valentine. For Roman men, the day continued to be an occasion
to seek the affections of women, and it became a tradition to give out
handwritten messages of admiration that included Valentine's name.
There was also a conventional belief in Europe during the Middle Ages
that birds chose their partners in the middle of February. Thus the day was
dedicated to love, and people observed it by writing love letters and sending
small gifts to their beloved. Legend has it that Charles, duke of Orleans, sent
the first real Valentine card to his wife in 1415, when he was imprisoned in the
Tower of London. (He, however, was not beheaded, and died a half-century
later of old age.)
For the Ride Home
February 10, 2013
SCRIPTURE
•
"Whom shall I send? …Here I am," I said;
"send me!" (Isaiah 6:8)
•
When I called, you answered me; you built
up strength within me. (Psalm 138:3)
•
But by the grace of God I am what I am, …
Indeed, I have toiled harder than all of them;
not I, however, but the grace of God (that is)
with me. (1 Cor 15:10)
•
Jesus said to Simon, "Do not be afraid; from
now on you will be catching men." (Luke
5:10,11)
REFLECTION
•
How was Isaiah able to say, “send me?”
•
What is Paul able to say about being sent?
•
Who is chosen? What is the response?
•
Who builds an inner strength?
•
What does it mean, “But by the grace of
God...”?
Conversion is the change of our lives that comes
about through the power of the Holy Spirit. …
This is crucial: we must be converted - and we
must continue to be converted. We must let the
Holy Spirit change our lives! We must respond
to Jesus Christ. And we must be open to the
transforming power of the Holy Spirit who will
continue to convert us as we follow Christ. …
The gospel must overflow from each heart until
the presence of God transforms all human
existence.1 1USSCB, Go and Make Disciples A National Plan
and Strategy for Catholic Evangelization in the United States,
DR. THOMAS PENMAN
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