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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church 47225 Washington Street La
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
47225 Washington Street
La Quinta, CA 92253
August 21, 2016
Mass Schedule
Saturday
9:00 a.m. First Saturday
4:30 p.m. Vigil
6:00 p.m. Español
CLERGY
Pastor:
Fr. James McLaughlin
Parochial Vicar:
Fr. Johnny Dang
Deacons:
Sunday
7:30 a.m. English
9:15 a.m. English
11:00 a.m. English
12:30 p.m. Español
5:00 p.m. English
6:45 p.m. Vietnamese
Holy Days
8:00 a.m. English
12:00 noon English
6:30 p.m. Bilingual
8:30 p.m. Vietnamese
Weekday Mass.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m.
David Hockwalt
Victor Gonzalez
BAPTISMS
Apply 3 months in advance
PARISH OFFICE
MARRIAGE
Apply 9 months in advance
760-564-1255
Fax 760-564-0763
www.stfrancislq.com
OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
FIRST FRIDAY
8:00 a.m.
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
ROSARY
Monday-Friday
7:40 a.m.
Call the parish office to request a visit
RECONCILIATION
Saturday:
3:30 p.m.
First Friday:
After the 8:00 a.m. Mass
Parish Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Mission Statement
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
Church, united with our Bishop, is dedicated to revealing
the love of Christ to our parish and beyond. Strengthened by the Word, sacraments, and vibrant worship,
we strive to be a shining light
throughout our community
and supportive of all on their
spiritual journey. As a parish
of diverse backgrounds, we
vow that our faith in action
and ministries will be fruitful
and welcoming to all.
EXPOSITION
CHAPLET OF DIVINE MERCY
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:30 a.m.
OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL
HELP NOVENA
Wednesday
8:30 a.m.
Inside this issue:
Liturgy
2
Liturgia
8
Liturgy
3
Anuncios
9
Stewardship/Announcements
4
Anuncios
10
Youth Ministry
5
Vietnamese Ministry
11
Parish Events
6
Vietnamese Ministry
12
Vietnamese Ministry
13
Announcements
7
Staff, Ministries and Organizations
14
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Liturgy
Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 21, 2016
Strengthen your drooping hands
and your weak knees.
Make straight paths for your feet,
that what is lame may not be disjointed
but healed.
— Hebrews 12:12-13
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Brothers and sisters of every race and language will be brought to Jerusalem (Isaiah 66:18-21).
Psalm — Go out to all the world and tell the Good News (Psalm 117).
Second Reading — Be strong and endure your trials as the “discipline” of a loving God, for it will result in the peaceful
fruit of righteousness (Hebrews 12:5-7, 11-13).
Gospel — People from east and west, north and south, recline at table in the kingdom of God (Luke 13:22-30).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
DISCIPLINE
It is no accident that the words “disciple” and “discipline” are nearly identical. Their relationship in Christian faith
and life, however, has fallen somewhat out of favor in the past generation, as certain prescribed Church rules and regulations have been reduced and relaxed. These rules were often referred to as “disciplines.” We are mistaken, however, to
think that it no longer takes discipline to follow Christ. The Letter to the Hebrews assures us of that today. Our discipline is more like that of an athlete pursuing a victory or a personal best, or a musician striving for a concert career or to
master a new piece of music. This discipline comes from desire, not from regulations. It was the desire to do the will of
God that led Jesus on the path to his cross. It is that same desire he encourages in us today: to strive to enter through the
narrow gate, to find ourselves in the kingdom with a surprising assortment of people who are there not because of mere
observation of rules, but out of a genuine desire to recline at the table of the heavenly banquet.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
In recent decades, attention has shifted away from headgear as a symbol of a bishop’s authority to a more substantial symbol: the chair, called the cathedra. The word comes from the Latin word for a chair with armrests. It is exactly the reason
why dining room sets were marketed in this country a few years ago with only one chair with armrests, the captain’s chair. In many
rectories of a certain vintage, you will see only one chair with arms at the dining table, a sign to the assisting priests of their proper
place in the constellation. For us, as with most Anglicans and some Lutherans, the cathedra is a sign of the teaching authority of the
bishop. We inherited the symbolism of the chair from Roman civil life in the fourth century. A church that houses a cathedra is
called a cathedral, and the chair may be used only by the bishop of that diocese. Priests who preside at liturgy there must use a different presidential chair.
You may find the cathedra in its most traditional place at the head of the apse, or against a side wall as was favored in medieval
times, but increasingly bishops are locating the cathedra in the midst of the assembly of the faithful. In the Cathedral of Our Lady of
the Angels, visitors will find no barrier to their trying out the cathedra, an expression of hospitality that helps the archbishop be
mindful of those whom he serves. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
St. Francis of Assisi Church
August 21, 2016
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Liturgy
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Mass Intentions
for the Week
Intenciones de la Misa
de la Semana
† Symbolizes Mass
for the Deceased
Sat
Aug 20
Sun Aug 21
4:30 p.m.
Gerry Maceda, †
6:00 p.m.
Leonard A. Brutocao, †
7:30 a.m.
John Borger, †
9:15 a.m.
Daniel Aspell, †
11:00 a.m. Parish Community
12:30 p.m. Francisco Valenzuela, †
5:00 p.m.
Chris Waugh & Maryanne
Lynch, †
Mon Aug 22
8:00 a.m.
Louise Mary Gallant, †
Tue Aug 23
8:00 a.m.
Alexander & Bernice
Ciombor, †
Wed Aug 24
8:00 a.m.
Rev. Sean Michael
McCann, SI
Thu Aug 25
8:00 a.m.
Marie King, SI
Fri
8:00 a.m.
Denise Lynn Diodato, †
Aug 26
Monday: 2 Thes 1:1-5, 11-12; Ps 96:1-5;
Mt 23:13-22
Tuesday: 2 Thes 2:1-3a, 14-17; Ps 96:10-13;
Mt 23:23-26
Wednesday: Rv 21:9b-14; Ps 145:10-13, 1718; Jn 1:45-51
Thursday: 1 Cor 1:1-9; Ps 145:2-7; Mt 24:4251
Friday: 1 Cor 1:17-25; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 1011; Mt 25:1-13
Saturday: 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 1821; Mt 25:14-30
Sunday: Sir 3:17-18, 20, 28-29; Ps 68:4-7,
10-11; Heb 12:18-19, 22-24a; Lk
14:1, 7-14
St. Monica
Patron saint of Difficult Marriages, Widows, Alcoholics, Abuse
Victims, Mother, Difficult Children
Eternal and merciful Father,
You gave St. Monica a spirit of selfless love,
manifest in her constant prayer for the
conversion of her son, Augustine. I ask for your help that I
may also grow in fidelity by prayer.
Exemplary Mother of the great Augustine,
you perseveringly pursued your wayward
son not with wild threats but with prayerful
cries to heaven. Intercede for all mothers in
our day so that they may learn to draw their
children to God. Teach them how to remain
close to their children, even the prodigal sons
and daughters who have sadly gone astray.
Amen.
Feast Day
August 27
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Stewardship/announcements
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Contribution, Easter,
Christmas etc. as well as your regular
monthly Offertory Contributions.
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or call
866-727-4741
Diocesan
Development Fund 2016
Thank you for your continued support in this year’s 2016 Diocesan Development Fund.
It is with great delight that we announce that we have surpassed our 2016 Diocesan Development Fund goal of
$155,700.00. Our continued generosity supports both the diocesan ministries and the needs of St. Francis of Assisi
Church. It is our hope that those who have not yet taken the opportunity to donate will do so, as every dollar that
we receive from this point on will be returned to St. Francis.
Buy why should we continue to donate, if the goal has been achieved? Any funds received over the goal are directly returned to our Parish to help support our many ministries and there are numerous projects here at St. Francis that need funding. For example, the restrooms at the back of the church need a major overhaul. The Church
also requires painting, new sanctuary lighting, and completion of the final phase of the sound system. Your generosity will allow these projects to be completed.
Keeping St. Francis of Assisi beautiful and safe is everyone’s priority. So please, if you haven’t given to this year’s
Diocesan Development Fund, consider doing so now.
Please join us in prayer for the success of the DDF Annual Appeal by making a gift to support our parish and
diocese!
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YOUTH MINISTRY
Thank you to all of
our Volunteers,
Chaperones and
Participants for
making our
summer
programs
a success!
Vacation Bible School
Youth Bible Club
Steubenville San Diego 2016
August 21, 2016
St. Francis of Assisi Church
Announcements
Magnificat, a Ministry to Catholic Women, is hosting
their Quarterly Prayer Meal @ The Indian Wells Country Club in Indian Wells. September 10, 2016, Saturday from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM.
Guest speaker will be Maria Echeverria, who has suffered family tragedies, serious health issues, physical
violence, and cared for a parent with dementia. She
could have blamed God, walked away from Him and
settled for the role of victim. Instead, she made the decision to cling to Him and to be a survivor – to be a woman of faith who chooses to live in His Light.
In 2005 Maria became the first Latina laywoman to hold
the position of a diocesan Vice Chancellor in the United
States.
Come and meet this grace-filled woman whose courage
under fire once again proves that the Holy Spirit is alive
and well. Bring a friend!
$28.00 per person if postmarked by 9-3-16. From 9-4-16
to 9-7-16, $35 per person
CALL for Reservations. After 9-7-16 “Stand-by List” on
site—if seats are available.
For more details, see blue registration flyer in the
Church
Ticket Info, call Janice at 760-902-7395 or visit
www.magnificatpalmdesert.org
Congratulations
and Best Wishes
to the following couple on
the celebration of their
Wedding Anniversary
Chris and Myrna Phelps
25th Wedding Anniversary
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St. Francis of Assisi Church
announcements
Honoring
our Parishioners
90 years and older.
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liturgia
San Francisco
de Asís
Horario de Misas en Español
Sábado: 6:00 p.m.
Domingo: 12:30 p.m.
Días Festivos
6:30 p.m. Bilingüe
Misa durante la semana
Lunes a Viernes 8:00 a.m.
Bautismo
Aplicar 3 meses antes
Reconciliación
Sábados: 3:30 p.m.
Primer Viernes del Mes después de la misa de 8:00 a.m.
Matrimonio
Aplicar 9 meses antes
Unción de los enfermos
Hablar a la parroquia
Adoración
Primer viernes
8:30 a.m.
Rosario
Lunes - Viernes 7:40 a.m.
La Corona De La
Divina Misericordia
Lunes, Martes, Jueves, Viernes
8:30 a.m.
Novena A Nuestra Señora
del Perpetuo Socorro
Miércoles
8:30 a.m.
Vigésimo Primer Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
21 de agosto de 2016
Robustezcan sus manos cansadas
y sus rodillas vacilantes;
caminen por un camino plano,
para que el cojo ya no se tropiece,
sino más bien se alivie.
— Hebreos 12:12 13
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Hermanos y hermanas de todas las razas e idiomas acudirán a Jerusalén
(Isaías 66:18-21).
Salmo — Vayan por todo el mundo y prediquen el Evangelio (Salmo 117 [116]).
Segunda lectura — Sé fuerte y soporta las pruebas como la “disciplina” de un Dios amoroso (Hebreos 12:5-7, 11-13).
Evangelio — Gente del este y el oeste, del norte y del sur se sentarán a la mesa del Reino de
Dios (Lucas 13:22-30).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario II © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso.
Todos los derechos reservados.
DISCIPLINA
No es accidente que las palabras “discípulo” y “disciplina” sean casi idénticas. Su relación en la fe y la vida cristianas, sin embargo, ha caído en desuso en la generación pasada
debido a que ciertas reglas y regulaciones prescritas en la fe cristiana se han reducido o relajado. Estas reglas con frecuencia eran llamadas “disciplinas”. Nos equivocamos, sin embargo, si pensamos que ya no se necesita disciplina para seguir a Cristo. La Carta a los Hebreos nos lo asegura hoy. Nuestra disciplina es como la de un atleta que persigue una victoria o quiere ser el mejor, o como la de un músico que lucha por hacer carrera como concertista o por perfección en la ejecución de una nueva obra musical. Esta disciplina se basa en
el deseo, no en las reglas. Fue el deseo de hacer la voluntad de Dios lo que motivó a Jesús
en el camino hacia el calvario. Es ese mismo deseo el que él inspira en nosotros hoy: luchar
por entrar por la puerta angosta, para encontrarnos en el Reino con muchas personas que
están allí no solamente por observar las reglas, sino por un sincero deseo de reclinarse a la
mesa del celestial banquete. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Hay quienes quieren negar los derechos de los inmigrantes latinos que llegan a los Estados
Unidos en busca de una vida mejor. Esta injusticia es extraña ya que los hispanos llegamos al
territorio estadounidense en 1513, 73 años antes de la llegada de los primero anglosajones. Estos
fueron Ponce de León y compañeros quienes buscaban una mejor vida en la famosa fuente de la
juventud. Eventualmente los hispanos dejaron de buscar la ilusoria fuente y en 1565 en la fiesta
de san Agustín (28 de Agosto), Pedro Menéndez de Avilés fundó la primera ciudad en Florida.
Gracias a su santo patrón esta ciudad ha podido sobrevivir ataques de invasores británicos y
piratas, amenazas de huracanes y tempestades para convertirse en la ciudad más vieja de la Unión
Americana. ¿Pero quien fue este santo? Agustín, fue un obispo africano, quien después de una
vida desordenada se convirtió en uno de los santos mas importantes de la iglesia, gracias a las
oraciones continuas de su madre santa Mónica. Nunca debemos menospreciar el poder de las
oraciones de una madre por sus hijos.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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anuncios
Lanzate a un desafio, llevando cada día los Ejercicios espirituales,
de San Ignacio, en
la vida Diaria.
Iniciamos el 7 de
Septiembre a las
6:00 p.m.
Registrate y participa.
Más informes en las oficinas de
Nuestra parroquia.
Viernes 16 de Septiembre, de 6 a 10
p.m. en el Salón parroquial
Donación 25.00 dl. por persona. (no
niños) Disfruta de una Buena cena,
diviertete con el baile, las rifas y
colabora para ayudar a la parroquia
que organiza la Peregrinacióncaminata, del día 12 de Diciembre de
este año en curso.
“Diviertete y colabora”
La Iglesia de St.
Francisco
de
“Cuanto más cavamos en las Escrituras,
Asís ya cuenta
más nos parecen una mina inagotable de
con su “noche
verdad” — Charles Spurgeon
de comunidad”
Te invitamos al estudio de la Biblia, los días
para las parejas
viernes a las 6:00 p.m. a partir de Sep.
que ya vivieron
Puedes registrarte en nuestras oficinas.
su Fin De Semana del Encuentro Matrimonial Mundial y es
los Martes a las 7:15 p.m. Para más
Equipo de Bautizos
información llamar a Mario y Bertha Estrada al
Necesitamos de tu ayuda en el equipo que prepara
a padres y padrinos que van a Bautizar. Es una
Gracia de Dios que te sientas llamado o llamada
para ayudar a las familias que van a Bautizar sus
criaturas. Ponte el reto
de abrir tu corazón a las
necesidades de tu familia
parroquial.
760-578-8890 o a Juan y Maria de los Angeles
Valencia al 760-673-1035
¡Regístrate en tu Parroquia.
Si acudes a Misa en nuestra parroquia o vives en el
territorio de la Quinta, si deseas, puedes registrarte
como miembro de muestra comunidad, no te cuesta
nada, solo llenar una solicitud.
*BIENVENIDOS*
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anuncios
Te invitamos a que vengas a conocer
y a disfrutar más sobre
la Biblia.
Viernes a las 6:00 p.m. a partir del 9 de
Septiembre. Más informes en nuestras
oficinas. Regístrate y participa
“Quien canta ora
tres veces”, dicho
popular-litúrgico.
En la celebración
de la Santa Misa
oramos cantando.
Usemos los “libros de flor y canto”,
que están en las bancas para dar mayor
Gloria a Dios a través del canto.
Ejercicios
Espirituales,
Ignacianos, en
la vida diaria
“La oración y
reflexión diaria
fortalecen nuestra vida espiritual ,
nos transforman y acercan más a
Cristo”
Regístrate, iniciamos el 7 de Septiembre las 6:00 p.m.
“Es exigencia de nuestra mente
una cierta quietud. Dios se deja
ver en la soledad interior”.
SanAgustin
Mamá y
papá, si tu
niño o niña pide ir al
baño durante
la Eucaristía, favor de acompañarlo, no dejarla (o) ir sola (o)
GRACIAS
Viernes 16 de Septiembre, de 6 a 10 p.m. , en el Salón parroquial
Donación 25.00 dl. por persona. (no niños)
Disfruta de una Buena cena, diviertete con el baile y las rifas y colabora para ayudar a la
parroquia que organiza la Peregrinación-caminata,
del día 12 de Diciembre de este año en curso.“Diviertete y colabora”
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PASTORAL CENTER
Ministries, Parish Organizations and Parish Support
Pastoral Care
Parish Staff - (760) 564-1255
Accountant
Frank Rizzo
[email protected]
Baptism
Joseph Alcon
564-1255
Director of Religious
Education
Myrna Phelps
[email protected]
Bautismo
Lupita Jimenez
564-1255
Secretary
Emily Steed
[email protected]
RCIA/Adult Formation
Myrna Phelps
[email protected]
Latino Ministry
Lupita Jimenez
[email protected]
Business/Facility
Esmeralda Parra
[email protected]
Pastoral Care
Communion to the Sick Margaret Delgado
564-1255
St. Francis Guild
Robyn Mack Buettner
772-1756
Funerals
Margaret Delgado
564-1255
Marriage Preparation
Imelda Garcia
564-1255
Outreach to the Poor
Margaret Delgado
564-1255
Margaret Delgado [email protected]
Pro-Life
Javier Lopez
564-1255
Reception
Marisol Franco
[email protected]
Quinceañeras
Lupita Jimenez
564-1255
Assistant to the Pastor
Esmeralda Parra
[email protected]
Read with Me program Ron Currier
564-1255
Youth Minister
Debra Ribera
[email protected]
MAM
Pablo Mendez
564-1255
Secretary
Monica Billings
[email protected]
Sunday Hospitality
Monica Billings
564-1255
Construction Coordinator
Roberta Arquilla
[email protected]
Assistant to the Director
of Religious Education
Noemi Mejia
[email protected]
Liturgy
Bible Study
Little Rock
Myrna Phelps
Rick Gibbs
564-1255
219-5827
Faith Sharing
Myrna Phelps
564-1255
Grupo de Oración
Socorro Alonso
564-1255
Small Faith Sharing
Lloyd Ault
564-1255
Altar Servers Vietnamese
Vu Ninh
564-1255
Tepeyac
Maria Trejo
564-1255
Docents
Mary Harder
775-1427
Great Adventure
Nancy Jacobs
564-1255
Environment
Doris Ziemba
564-1255
Biblia
Martha Ramirez
564-1255
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion
Sheryl Benoit
345-9346
Ministro Extraordinario De La
Comunión
Lupita Lopez
564-2059
Catechesis (K-12)
Myrna Phelps
564-1255
Ministro Extraordinario De La
Comunión
Martha Ramirez
564-1255
Rite of Christian Initiation–
Adult and Children
Myrna Phelps
564-1255
Readers
Virginia Nelson
564-1255
Parent Formation
Myrna Phelps
564-1255
Lectores
Martha Mendez
775-6834
Youth Ministry
Debra Ribera
564-1255
Readers Vietnamese
Hoang Dinh
564-1255
Mass Coordinators
Marlo McCormick
564-1255
Coordinador De Misa
Maira Lopez
564-1255
Coordinador De Misa
Martha Ramirez
Mass Coordinator Vietnamese
Ricky Nguyen
Music
Catechesis
Organizations
Kairos Prison Ministry
Tom Green
636-0903
Knights of Columbus
www.kofc13203.com
Greg Lindsey
397-3461
564-1255
Magnificat
Noreen Fortier
771-6501
Ken Camarella
777-8668
Men’s Fellowship
John Hussar
345-3452
Música
Guillermo Delgado
347-8385
Women’s Retreat
Mary-Ellen O’Neill
777-7403
Music Vietnamese
Jade Nguyen
Mass Translator Coordinator
Dolores Castro
564-1255
Ushers/Hospitality
Mario Estrada
564-1255
Pastoral Council
Darren Di Maria
564-1255
Hospitalidad
Francisco Lopez
564-1255
Building Committee
Jerry Herman
340-1356
Usher Vietnamese
Cong Nguyen
564-1255
Finance Council
Bill Poland
564-1255
Councils/Committees

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