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107 san pedro road colma, ca 94014
WELCOME TO
Holy Angels
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107 SAN PEDRO ROAD COLMA, CA 94014
Devotions
Pastoral Staff
Rosary
Daily
After 7:30AM Mass
Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH)Mondays
After 5:45 PM Mass
Marian Congregation & Rosary
Wednesdays
7:00PM (Spanish)
Adoration of the
First Friday After 7:30AM Mass
Blessed Sacrament
until the 5:45 PM Mass
Sacred Heart/Devotion
First Friday After 5:45PM Mass
Rev. Manuel Curso, Pastor
Msgr. John R. Pernia, Priest In Residence
Rev. Mr. Juan Ruiz, Permanent Deacon
Rev. Mr. Lerny Prudenciado, Permanent Deacon
Music Coordinators
Margaret Anne Kerns
Tito Rangasajo
Laura Reyes
Rudy Valeros, Sr.
Confessions/Reconciliation
Saturday………….3:30-4:15PM (or by appointment with a priest)
Telephone Numbers
Rectory (Parish Office) ..…………….…..…….…....(650) 755-0478
Educational Staff
Sr. Leonarda Montealto, OP, School Principal
OFFICE HOURS: MON-FRI 8:00AM–12PM, 1:00PM–5PM;
School….…………………………………………...…(650) 755-0220
School of Religion (CCD)…………………………... (650) 992-5539
Deacon Lerny Prudenciado …………………….…..(650) 758-3480
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)…………….…..(650) 758-3480
Sr. Anita Torres, PBVM,
Coordinator, School of Religion (CCD) and Confirmation
Lawanda York CCD Computer Support
Support Staff
Masses
Nymia Tolentino, Bookkeeper
Lawanda York, Secretary
Lynne Horan, Secretary/Receptionist
Magdalena Turcios, Housekeeper
Roger Turcios, Maintenance
Saturday ............................. 7:30AM, 4:30PM (SUNDAY VIGIL)
Sunday ............................... 7:00AM, 8:30AM,
10:00AM (Español), 11:30AM,
1:00PM & 4:30PM
Weekdays…...7:30AM, 5:45PM
Organizations
First Friday & Holy Days
of Obligation………………..7:30AM, 5:45PM
Parish Council
Filipino-American Club (FIL-AM)
Italian Catholic Federation (ICF)
Knights of Columbus
(K of C - Council 10948)
Legion of Mary
Charismatic Prayer Group
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Teen/Youth Groups
Latin Youth Group
Holy Angels Youth Ministry
4th Wednesday 7:00PM
3rd Sunday
12:30PM
2nd & 4th Monday 7:30PM
2nd Sunday
6:00PM
& 1st Monday
6:30PM
Every Sunday
9:30AM
Every Thursday 7:30PM
1st & 3rd Thursday 7:00PM
Every Friday
Every Saturday
7:00PM
10:30AM
Baptism: Pre-Baptismal preparation is necessary. Call the
rectory two months in advance to register and to make an
interview appointment.
Marriage: Arrangements must be made with a Priest or
Deacon at least six months prior to the wedding date.
Sacraments for the Sick: Call the parish office when
you know of a parishioner who is ill. A priest will administer the
Anointing of the Sick when necessary; if the parishioner is unable
to come to Mass contact the rectory at 650-755-0478.
www.holyangelschurchcolma.com
Third Sunday of Easter—April 14, 2013
“Worthy is the Lamb that was slain
to receive power and riches, wisdom and
strength, honor and glory and blessing.”
— Revelation 5:12
THE RISEN CHRIST
In this Sunday’s first reading and Gospel
we see Peter and the other disciples in action
after the death and resurrection of Jesus
Christ. On trial, they refused to stop teaching
in Jesus’ name, and they rejoiced at the opportunity to
suffer for their beliefs. On the lake and its shore, face to
face with the Risen Lord, they obeyed his directions and
recognized him as he once again ate a meal with them.
There are so many human and almost homey touches in
these readings! The high priest in the first scene sounds as
if he is scolding naughty students. There is an order to stop
speaking in Jesus’ name, but it is evident everyone knows
they will disobey again. And on the lake shore, we can
imagine Peter’s excitement as he strides out of the water
and is greeted by Jesus, who grins and says, “Come, have
breakfast.”
The second reading, on the other hand, is anything but
homey. In this passage from Revelation, John describes a
scene in which the same Lord who fed his friends breakfast
here receives honor and glory from everything in the
universe.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
Dear Brothers and Sisters, we received $3899.00
from you for our work helping others in need. Thank you very
much. We have 2 activities this month and deeply appreciate
your support of both. SPRING CLEANING time is here! Our
Thrift Store Truck will be in the back parking lot to accept your
donations the last weekend of April (4/27- 28). We will
gratefully accept gently used clean clothing, household items,
furniture, etc. We also accept items for electronic recycling:
appliances including computers, printers, TVs, and smaller
appliances (sorry, no large appliances).
BARRELS for FOOD LOCKER DONATIONS: We will have
barrels at the doors of church for donations to our food locker
on the last weekend of April (4/27-28) as usual. Items we
especially need are: canned meats and soups, jelly, bath and
dish soap, toilet paper, feminine napkins. VEHICLE
DONATIONS: any condition. Call-800-YES- SVDP (1- 800937-7837). Quick pick up! “Do we have the Eye of Love that
enables us to see that Jesus is risen? Do we see in scarred
humanity its beauty and goodness? Do we see in our
stumblings and struggles the light of hope? This is to see the
risen Jesus and He can only be seen with the Eye of Love, not
an eye of fear, hate, or anger.” Raymond Allender, SJ
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TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
The Gospel today sees Peter and
his colleagues after the Resurrection,
returning to Galilee and resuming the
family business. They are fishing by night. Although it is true
that fish feed by night, the mention of darkness here is more
about the human spirit than it is about fishing advice.
Modern life keeps darkness effectively under control; much
of the world has been glowing radiantly through the night for
a century. Yet just as surely as the Risen Christ breaks into
Peter’s fishing, so does he break into the usual patterns of
our own darkness, electric lights notwithstanding. It is
Easter, and we are the people of the light.
In our tradition, Evening Prayer, celebrated in
monasteries, parishes, cathedrals, and homes everywhere,
is a kind of solemn protest against the darkness and its
claims, an act of praise for our light-bearing God, and a
commitment to carrying that light forward. Sunset is a
turning point of our day, felt less acutely in an electrified
world, but still an effective reminder that one day darkness
overtakes us all. Yet our Eastering has taught us in a
hundred ways that the victory belongs to the Bearer of
Light. Easter summons us to transform our everyday
“blackouts,” perhaps in a way as simple as a whispered
prayer of thanks at evening for the blessings of the day.
—James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
NEXT MEETING OF SEPARATED AND DIVORCED:
April 17, 2013. Meeting takes place first and third
Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m., St. Stephen Parish O’Reilly
Center, 23rd Avenue at Eucalyptus, San Francisco. Groups
are part of the Separated and Divorced Catholic Ministry in
the archdiocese and include prayer, introductions, sharing.
It is a drop-in support group. Jesuit Father Al Grosskopf
(415) 422-6698, [email protected]
What’s Your Catholic IQ?
Answers to Last Weeks Questions
1. I am the b) resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me,
even if he dies, will live and everyone who lives and believes in
me will never die.”
2. The Sadducees believed that there was no life after death,
not even the life of the soul. a) True
3. By participating in Eucharist, Catholics receive the spiritual
effects of Easter.
4. The Easter Vigil can take place at any time of the day.
b) False
5. The liturgical color for Easter is c) white
6. How many days are in the Easter season? d) 50
7. God calls us to honor our c) parents in the Fourth
commandment.
8) The feast of the Holy Spirit is a) Pentecost.
CYCLE C—BULLETIN 20
As a parish community we welcome into our
faith through the Sacrament of Baptism
Kimberly Carballo, Joaquin Carcamo,
Carlota Manzanares, Juan Manzanares,
Jayden Martinez, Yoseline Rojas
The Holy Angels School community invites
everyone to their Spring Celebration on Saturday,
April 27th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Please join us for a
day of song, dance, games and good food. Many exciting
prizes will be given away during our raffle. Tickets are
available in the school office.
Holy Angels School continues to accept
registration for all grades for the 2013-2014
school year. We invite you to join our school
community next year as we continue to provide quality
Catholic education for our children. Many exciting programs
take place on a regular basis and you are encouraged to be
part of our school family. Some financial aid as well as BASIC
Fund information is available. Please don’t let finances keep
you away. Applications may be found in the school or rectory
office or online at www.holyangelscolma.com.
American Cancer Walk-In-Wig Bank Event
Wed., April 17, 2013 1-4pm , Seton Medical Center-De
Paul Auditorium, 3rd Floor, 1850 Sullivan Ave. Daly City,
CA 94015 (Free Parking) One-on-one Consultations
Include: One free wig per patient, Finding a wig that suits
your lifestyle, and Suggestions for using wigs, turban, and
scarves. Available for women undergoing cancer treatment
and experiencing hair loss. For cancer information and
resources, please call 1.800.227.2345 or visit cancer.org
Monday, May 6th is the 54th Annual
Catholic Charities CYO Golf Day!
Please join Jed York, CEO of the San Francisco 49ers and
our Honorary Tournament Chair, for the 54th Annual Catholic
Charities CYO Golf Day on Monday, May 6, 2013 at Stanford
University Golf Course and Sharon Heights Golf & Country
Club. As the longest-running charitable golf tournament in the
Bay Area, Catholic Charities CYO Golf Day provides
scholarship opportunities for underrepresented youth to attend
CYO Camp and participate in CYO Athletics. The event
includes lunch and a lively afternoon of golf, followed by a
dinner reception with Jed York, former and current San
Francisco 49ers. For golf tickets, dinner tickets and/or
information about sponsorships, please contact Michelle
Montoya at 415.972.1246 or [email protected] or visit
www.cccyo.org/golfday.
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Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord . . .
Deceased Parishioners of Holy Angels
. . . and let perpetual light shine upon them.
MASS INTENTIONS
Mon., 4/15
7:30
Mary Leigh Johnston
8:45
Judith Montealto
5:45
Orlando, Irene, Angelo & Yolanda Disperati
Tues., 4/16
7:30
Thanksgiving/Rosemarie Abaun
5:45
Felisa Dela Cruz
Wed., 4/17
7:30
Thanksgiving/Marlon Pasion
5:45
1. Janice Lim Escober
2. Guia Vivar
Thurs., 4/18
7:30
Arturo Valenzuela
5:45
Adolfo Jose Padilla 3rd death anniversary
Fri., 4/19
7:30
Thanksgiving/Mary Franke
5:45
Alfred Padreddii
Sat., 4/20
7:30
Thanksgiving/Marcelina De Peralta
102nd Birthday
4:30
1. Thanksgiving/Aileen Aquino
2. Thanksgiving/Alejandro Salvador
3. Dean Smith death anniversary
4. Thanksgiving/Marcelina De Peralta
102nd Birthday
Sun., 4/21
7:00
Intentions/Vickie Brugrara
8:30
Virginia & Antonio Bantilan death anniversary
10:00
Martin Gomez & Alfonso Hernandez
11:30
1. Loreto & Juliana Santos death anniversary
2. Frank & Esther Cutajar
3. Thanksgiving/Imelda Eusebio
1:00
1. Jose Opiana death anniversary
2. Dean Smith death anniversary
3. Benedicto Valenzuela
4:30
Thanksgiving/Rafael Morabe
April 6 - April 7
The first collection amounted to $7,712.99
and the second collection for Holy Angels
School amounted to $1,884.00 In today’s Gospel, Jesus
tells Peter again and again, “If you love Me, feed my
sheep.” He says the same to each of us, “If you love Me,
use the gifts I have given you to serve your brothers and
2013 Assessment:
Raised to Date:
Percentage of Goal:
Pledges to Date:
$64,500.00
$6,773.00*
11%
13 *Includes second collections
Pledge envelopes are at the church entrances if you did not
already receive one.
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EL CRISTO RESUCITADO
En la primera lectura y en el Evangelio de
este Domingo vemos a Pedro y a los demás
discípulos en acción después de la muerte y
resurrección de Jesucristo. Ante el tribunal se
niegan a dejar de enseñar en nombre de Jesús, y se gozan
ante la oportunidad de sufrir por sus creencias. En el lago y
a su orilla, cara a cara con el Señor Resucitado, obedecen
sus instrucciones y lo reconocen al comer de nuevo con
ellos. ¡Hay tantos detalles humanos y casi familiares en
estas lecturas! El sumo sacerdote en la primera escena
suena como si estuviera regañando a unos estudiantes
desobedientes. Les ordena no hablar en nombre de Jesús,
pero es evidente que todos saben que ellos desobedecerán
de nuevo. Y a la orilla del lago, nos podemos imaginar a
Pedro jadeante, empapado y emocionado, mientras Jesús
les dice risueño: “Vengan a desayunar”.
La segunda lectura, en cambio, es todo, menos
familiar. En este pasaje del Apocalipsis, Juan describe una
escena en la que ese mismo Señor que invitó a sus
discípulos a desayunar, recibe honor y gloria de todo el
universo.
opyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TALENTOS El talento es querer algo tanto que uno está
dispuesto a trabajar para conseguirlo.
—Anónimo
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Muchas primeras comuniones se celebran en el Tiempo de Pascua. Además de
recibir el Cuerpo y la Sangre de Jesús por
primera vez en su vida los comulgantes reciben un libro de oraciones, un rosario y un escapulario.
Como recuerdo del evento, muchos comulgantes regalan
a sus amigos y parientes alguna estampita religiosa.
Las estampitas llevan imágenes de Jesucristo, la Virgen, los ángeles o los santos y son muy populares entre
los latinos. Las ponemos en nuestros autos, en libros como la Biblia o libros de oración. Las tenemos en altarcitos
domésticos o metidos en los marcos de las fotos de nuestros seres queridos.
Muchos critican esta práctica recordando que en Éxodo 20:3-5, Dios prohibió el uso de ídolos. Esto la Iglesia
católica nunca lo ha negado, pero recuerda que Dios también pidió imágenes de ángeles para la arca de la alianza
(Éxodo 25: 17). En Números 21:8 mandó hacer una imagen milagrosa de una serpiente. Ninguna de esas imágenes es considerada un ídolo porque son imágenes al servicio de Dios y recuerdo de su presencia igual que las estampitas e imágenes religiosas.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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RECTORIA DE LA PARROQUIA
Diacóno Juan Ruiz…………………………………(650) 755-0478
Entrevistas para Bautismo los diás Miercoles 4-6 pm Y los diás
Jueves Matrimonio 4–6 pm
Call (650) 755– 0478 to schedule an appointment.
LA DIRECTIVA DEL GRUPO LATINOS
DE HOLY ANGELS
Reunión primer domingo de cada mes después de misa
Presidente:
Vice-Presidente:
Secretaria:
Tesorera:
Gladys Gomez...………...…….(650) 290-3462
Felix Rumayor.………………...(650) 756-3857
Jessica Cuellar…....…………..(650) 204-0701
Mery Valencia…………………(650) 520-0365
CONGREGACIÓN MARIANA
Francisco Hernández………………………………(650) 994-5451
Federico Tobar……………………………………..(650) 756-5537
Miércoles 7:00 p.m. Rezo del Rosario en la Capilla de la Iglesia.
1er. Miércoles de cada mes HORA SANTA
GRUPO DE INTERCESIÓN
Arcelia Gómez……………………………...………(650) 755-8685
Alejandrina Gomez………………………………...(650) 992-0990
Oración intercediendo por los enfermes, necesidades de la
Parroquia y sus miembros……………...Jueves: 7:00 p.m. en la
Sala de San Miguel
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN ¨CRISTO FUENTE DE LUZ”
Sábado 7:00 p.m. en la Capilla de la Iglesia. Oración por
enfermos, necesidades, alabanza y acción de Gracias a DIOS,
con testimonios para crecer en nuestra FE.
Arcelia Gómez……………………………...………(650) 755-8685
Oscar Valencia……………………………...……...(415) 724-2413
GRUPO DE JOVENES
“CRISTO VIVE CON LA JUVENTUD”
Rodolfo Castro…………………………………...…(650) 992-4762
Alejandro Ordoñez………………………………….(650) 992-4762
Fortalecer la FE de los jóvenes, Oración y compartir en
comunidad………………...Reunión cada Viernes a las 7:00 p.m.
CORO JUVENIL HISPANO
Olga Cojulun………………………………………...(650) 488-0817
Teresa Morales………………………………….….(650) 583-4502
Ensayos, Viernes 6:30 p.m. en Salon de Niños Pequiños
ESCUELITA INFANTIL DOMINICAL
Corina Trujillo…………………………………...…..(650) 757-0853
Cada 2o. y 4o. Domingo del mes.
HERMANDAD “NUESTRO SEÑOR DE ESQUIPULAS”
Angel Falla……..……………………………………(415) 574-9296
HERMANDAD “DIVINO SALVADOR DEL MUNDO”
Rudy Castro…………………………………………(650) 992-4762
HERMANDAD “LA PURISIMA”
Vilma Alvarez……………………………………….(650) 755-8859
HERMANDAD “GUADALUPANA”
David Santellan…………………………………….(650) 784-1646