- Christ the King Parish



- Christ the King Parish
TELEPHONE (480) 964-1719 - FAX (480) 844-4498
Email: [email protected]
Parish Web Site: www.ctk-catholic.org
Christ the King Mission Statement
We are a parish of Disciples, guided by the Holy Spirit and strengthened by the Eucharist.
We live the mission of Jesus Christ in our love and service to others.
Parochial Administrator: Rev. Matthew Henry
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Scott Sperry
Deacons / Diáconos: Tom Bishop, Will Capistrant, Frank Galarza , Ron Ruiz, Neil Tift
Acolyte: Edward Cortez
Come Home!
Holy Mary, Mother of God
Holy Day of Obligation Mass Schedule
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Vigil Mass - 5:00 pm
Thursday, January 1, 2015
8:00 am (English)
10:00 am (Español)
12:00 pm (English)
Office Hours for Christmas and the New Year
Horas de Oficina para Navidad y Año Nuevo
The Parish Office will be closed Wednesday,
December 24, 2014 - Friday, January 2, 2015
Regular office hours will resume Saturday, January 3.
La Oficina estará cerrada Miércoles
24 de diciembre, 2014 – Viernes 2 de enero, 2015
Horario regular de oficina regresará el Sábado 3 de enero.
Wishing a Blessed Christmas and New Year to All!
!Deseándoles una Bendita Navidad y Año Nuevo a todos !
From our Pastor...
Happy Feast of the Holy Family! We pray today for our family of origin, for our
spouse and children, and for the future generations of our families. Please take
some time to read and meditate on these beautiful quotations, a gift for your
Authentic married love is caught up into divine love and is directed and enriched by the redemptive
power of Christ and the salvific action of the Church, with the result that the spouses are led to God
and are helped and strengthened in their lofty role as fathers and mothers.
- Vatican II. Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World
The family is the place where different generations come together and help one another to grow in
wisdom and harmonize the rights of individuals with other demands of social life; as such it constitutes
the basis of society.
- Vatican II. Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World
The family has the mission to guard, reveal, and communicate love, and this is a living reflection of and
a real sharing in God's love for humanity and the love of Christ the Lord for the Church, his bride.
- Saint John Paul II, On the Family
The very experience of communion and sharing that should characterize the family's daily life
represents its first and fundamental contribution to society.
- Saint John Paul II, On the Family
Joys and sorrows, hopes and disappointments, births and birthday celebrations, wedding
anniversaries of the parents, separations and homecomings, important and far-reaching decisions, the
death of those who are dear -- all of these mark God's loving intervention in the family's history.
- Saint John Paul II, On the Family
Thanks to love within the family, the Church can and ought to take on a more homelike and family
dimension, developing a more human and fraternal style of relationships.
- Saint John Paul II, On the Family
The family itself is the great mystery of God. As the "domestic church" it is the bride of Christ.
- Saint John Paul II, Letter to Families
What you do in your family to create a community of love, to help each other to grow, and to serve
those in need is critical, not only for your own sanctification but for the strength of society and our
Church. It is a participation in the work of the Lord, a sharing in the mission of the Church. It is holy.
- U.S. Catholic Bishops, Follow the Way of Love
A family is holy not because it is perfect but because God's grace is at work in it, helping it to set out
anew everyday on the way of love.
- U.S. Catholic Bishops, Follow the Way of Love
In Christ,
General Information
Parish Office Hours:
Mondays 8 am to 12 noon
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 8 am to 4 pm
Fridays: closed
Welcome Center Hours:
Saturdays 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm / Sundays: 8 am to 3 pm
Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturdays: 4 pm
Sundays: 7 am, 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm (Español), 5 pm
Daily Mass:
Monday through Friday at 8 am
Wednesday at 7 pm
Saturday Latin Mass (Novus Ordo) in the Shrine at 8 am
Monday through Friday: 7:30 am to 8:00 am
Wednesdays: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturdays: 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Also available by appointment
Baptism: See inside bulletin or contact the office for monthly
Orientation Class schedule.
Staff & Personnel
Assistant to the Administration
Natalie Smith (480) 844-4479
[email protected]
Coordinator of Communications & Media
Allan Luke (480) 717-8549
[email protected]
Parish Receptionists
Bertha Simoneau (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español)
[email protected]
Socorro Molina (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español)
[email protected]
Rafaela Loera (480) 844-4490
[email protected]
Coordinator of Volunteers
Maria Caballero (480)844-4467 – (English/Español)
[email protected]
Coordinator of Development
Andy Romley (480) 844-4462
[email protected]
Pastoral Care (Marriage, Anointing, Funerals)
Anthanette Donaldson (480) 844-4478
[email protected]
Pastoral Associate
Coordinator of Cancer Ministry
Parish Manager
Music Director
Adele Arellano (480) 844-4493
[email protected]
Deacon Tom Bishop (480) 844-4473
[email protected]
Jarrod Townsend (480) 245-4116
[email protected]
Bridgette Cosentino (480) 844-4463
[email protected]
Religious Education
Christ the King School Principal
Adult Sacraments
Shelley Conner (480) 844-4480
[email protected]
Deacon Tom Bishop (480) 844-4473
[email protected]
Facilities & Maintenance Manager
Youth Ministry and Sacramental Preparation
Joseph Calderone (480) 844-4471
[email protected]
(Grades 9 to 12)
Felipe Tomás (480) 964-1719 – (English/Español)
Mary Castner (480) 844-4476
[email protected]
Financial Secretary
Children and Youth Sacramental Preparation
(Ages 4 to Grade 8)
Pam Reid (480) 844-4460
[email protected]
Sr. Mary Beata (480) 245-4100
[email protected]
Parish Facilities will be closed from Monday,
December 29, 2014 through Friday, January 2, 2015
Wednesday, December 31
Mary, Mother of God Mass ~ Holy Day of Obligation
Thursday, January 1
Mary, Mother of God Masses ~ Holy Day of Obligation
8:00 am, 10:00am (Español), 12:00 pm
To serve as a Lector, Extraordinary Minister of
Holy Communion, Sacristan, Greeter or Usher
Contact Deacon Tom Bishop at (480)844-4473 or
[email protected]
Submission of Articles for the Bulletin
Submit articles for the bulletin at least two weeks in
advance for approval and editing.
♦ Submit your article by emailing to:
Tithing Report
Budgeted 12-14-14
Actual Collected 12-14-14
Budgeted Y-T-D 12-14-14
Actual Collected Y-T-D 12-14-14
Sunday, January 4
Coffee and Donuts after 7 am, 9 am, 11 am and 1 pm Masses
In Presentation Hall
Liturgy of the Word for Children at 9 am, 11 am and
1 pm Masses
9:00 am - RCIC - 3rd & 4th Grade Classrooms
10:15 am - RCIA - St. Joe’s B
10:30 am - RICA - 8th Grade Classroom
3:00 pm - Matrimonial - Comunidad de Apoyo - St. Joe’s A
5:00 pm - Semilla Maya Rosario Dominical - Community Center
6:30 pm - Art & Environment - Church
[email protected]
$ 24,384.00
$ 26,118.27
$ 562,362.00
$ 552,600.60
Please be sure to include your contact information
and requested duration when you submit your
Mass Intentions-Intenciones de Misas
Monday, December 29
8:00 am - The Park Family - Special Intention
Tuesday, December 30
8:00 am - David Bouros 
Wednesday, December 31
8:00 am - Joseph & Esther Frierdich 
Thursday, January 1
8:00 am - Bernard & Elizabeth Burgoyne 
10:00 am - Fortunata Rigoli 
12:00 pm - Paul St. Onge 
Friday, January 2
8:00 am - Carie Divina - Special Intention
Saturday, January 3
8:00 am - Henry Divina - Special Intention
4:00 pm - Community of Christ the King
Sunday, January 4
7:00 am - Josefina Acosta 
9:00 am - Larry Kent Williamson 
11:00 am - Mary Rivoli 
1:00 pm - Pedro Rosas 
5:00 pm - Deceased Members of the Medina Family 
Prayer Chain Ministry
Please pray for…
Alyssa Salemi
Paul Buza
Anny Salazar
Geraldine Fernandez
Don Slominski
Paul Henry
If you or a loved one is in need of prayer or you would like
to join us in this mission to pray for another, please contact
Anthanette at (480) 844-4478 or email her at
a[email protected] with your prayer request.
Perpetual Adoration
Look for this Colored Chart at the
center entrance of the Church and the
Chapel entrance to see where your help is
needed as a Perpetual Adoration Adorer.
It is also found on the Parish and Cancer
Shrine websites under the Perpetual
Adoration/colored chart link.
Call 602-300-8562 or email
[email protected] to see how
to register for a weekly hour.
Pastoral Care Volunteers
Call Mary Castner in the LifeTeen Office at
(480) 844-4476 or e-mail to
[email protected]
Christ the King Men’s Ministry Presents:
Thank you to all who take communion to the
sick and homebound of Christ the King.
Please visit the website for procedures in
taking communion to the sick:
Contact Anthanette Donaldson with any questions at
(480) 844-4478 or email her at [email protected]
Infant Baptism (newborn to 6 years old)
Questions/RSVP: Randy Fornoff (602) 397-6778
or RJFornoff@cox.net
Christ the King
Knights of Columbus
Council 3419
Download our newsletter “The Chronicle”, from our
website www.council3419.com or speak with a current
member of our Knights of Columbus Council.
Men over 18….Join us!
Music Ministry
Contact Jarrod Townsend,
Music Director, at (480) 245-4116 or
[email protected]
if you would like to be involved with
the Christ the King Music Ministry.
Parents must attend two classes prior to having their children
♦ Class #1 is Baptism Information for parents only.
This is a one hour class.
♦ Class # 2 is Baptism Preparation for parents and
godparents. This is a four hour class.
♦ Baptism Information Class (Class #1) is offered in
English once a month on a Sunday at 12:30 pm.
♦ Please do not choose your godparents until after you
have attended the first class.
♦ Classes begin promptly. If you arrive late, you will be
asked to attend the next month’s class.
♦ The Sacrament of Baptism is offered monthly on a
Saturday morning at 9:00 am in English and 10:00 am
in Spanish.
Our next Baptism Information (Class #1) is Sunday,
January 11, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm in St. Joe’s B.
Class begins promptly at 12:30 pm. If you arrive late, you will
be asked to attend next month’s class. Please, no children at
class. At Baptism Information (Class #1) you will be given
dates for Baptism Preparation (Class #2).
Celebrate the Birth of our Lord by making a
year end gift to Christ the King.
Are you considering a year end gift? Where is your heart
called to give? We have received the greatest gift of our Lord
and know as His disciples that “Wherever your treasure lies,
there your heart will be.”
Luke 12:32-48
Share a gift from your heart through your tithe, a gift to the
Christ the King Catholic School Endowment or the
St. Peregrine Cancer Shrine Endowment Fund.
See the many options available on the Parish website:
The 5 Year Celebration Continues…
Thanks be to God for the continuing year end support of the Saint Peregrine Cancer Shrine Endowment Fund!
The Endowment Fund began the year with a balance of $269,043.18. The Endowment Fund balance as of
December 15, 2014 is $302,218.84. We continue to send endowment gift dollars to the Catholic Community
Foundation and add to this balance weekly.
Help us bring the endowment balance to $310,000.00 before the close of the year; an additional $7,781.16. Has
someone in your family been affected by cancer? Are you being called to give thanks to God for the gift that the
Shrine has been to you or someone that you love? Please prayerfully consider making a gift that ensures the
continued growth of the Saint Peregrine Cancer Shrine Endowment Fund as we build the fund toward a 2 million
dollar balance! Thank you!
We continue to encourage gifts through the end of the year. Every $100 donation generates a raffle ticket for a
$2,000 US Airways Travel Voucher. There are many ways to make your gift; Two of the easiest and most convenient
methods are through the use of the Kiosk in the back of the church, or online through the Shrine website.
The Giving Kiosk is located on the north wall of the church lobby.
Use of the kiosk is very simple:
1. Choose your gift amount.
2. Choose whether this is a one-time or recurring gift.
3. Swipe your credit or debit card.
The St. Peregrine Cancer Shrine website is: www.cancershrine.org
Donation cards may also be found at the back of the church next to the Kiosk. Please follow the directions on the
card if this is your desired method of giving.
At this time of the year we reflect on the gift of Christ to the world. We humbly acknowledge that all gifts come
through Him and we are thankful for the opportunity to do the work of the Universal Church through the ministry
of the St. Peregrine Cancer Shrine. We, as a community, pray with gratitude that we are able to bring strength for
the journey to our brothers and sisters struggling with cancer.
Christ the King Catholic Church
December 28, 2014
Feast of the Holy Family
Headsets are available for the hearing impaired. Please ask an usher for assistance.
Prayer for Vocations
O God, who wills not the death of a sinner but rather that he be converted and live,
grant we beseech You through the intercession of Blessed Mary, ever Virgin,
Saint Joseph her spouse, Blessed Junipero Serra, and all the saints,
an increase of laborers for Your Church, to spend and consume themselves for souls.
Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son, who lives and reigns with You in the unity of the
Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
Entrance Antiphon Luke 2: 16
The shepherds went in haste, and found Mary
and Joseph and the Infant lying in a manger.
Away in a Manger Traditional
Away in a manger, no crib for a bed,
The little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head.
The stars in the sky looked down where he lay,
The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay.
The cattle are lowing, the poor baby wakes,
But little Lord Jesus no crying he makes.
I love thee, Lord Jesus, look down from the sky,
And stay by my cradle ‘til morning is nigh.
Be near me, Lord Jesus, I ask thee to stay
Close by me forever and love me I pray.
Bless all the dear children in thy tender care,
And take us to heaven to live with thee there.
Psalm 128 - Blessed Are Those Who Fear the Lord and Walk in His Ways
Text: Lectionary for Mass © 1997,1981, 1968, ICEL. Music: Jarrod Townsend © 2014
Gospel Acclamation
Text: Excerpts from the English Translation of The Roman Missal © 2010 ICEL.
Music: Alleluia from “Today is Born Our Savior” The Nativity of Our Lord © 2011 Jake Ineck
The Nicene Creed
I believe in one God, the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all things visible
and invisible. I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God, born of the
Father before all ages. God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten,
not made, consubstantial with the Father; through him all things were made. For us men
and for our salvation he came down from heaven, and by the Holy Spirit was incarnate of
the Virgin Mary, and became man. For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate, he
suffered death and was buried, and rose again on the third day in accordance with the
Scriptures. He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will
come again in glory to judge the living and the dead and his kingdom will have no end. I
believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the
Son, who with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified, who has spoken through the
prophets. I believe in one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. I confess one Baptism for the
forgiveness of sins and I look forward to the resurrection of the dead and the life of the
world to come. Amen.
What Child Is This
Greensleeves/William C. Dix, Arr. Sir John Stainer
What child is this who laid to rest, on Mary's lap is sleeping?
Whom angels greet with anthems sweet, while shepherds watch are keeping?
This, this is Christ the King, whom shepherds guard and angels sing;
Haste, haste, to bring Him laud, the babe the son of Mary.
Why lies He in such mean estate, where ox and ass are feeding?
Good Christian, fear, for sinners here the silent Word is pleading.
Nails, spear shall pierce him through the cross be borne for me for you:
Hail, hail, the Word made flesh, The babe the son of Mary.
So bring Him incense, gold, and myrrh, come peasant, king to own Him;
The King of Kings salvation brings, let loving hearts enthrone Him.
Raise, raise, the song on high, The Virgin sings her lullaby;
Joy, Joy, for Christ is born, The babe, the son of Mary.
Communion Antiphon Baruch 3: 38
Our God has appeared on the earth, and lived among us.
Reuben Morgan © 2005 Hillsong Publishing
Holy, holy, I will bow before, My Lord and King
Hallelujah, You have come to us, You make all things new
Emmanuel, Jesus Christ, You’ll never let me go
My Shepherd King, You’re watching over me, Emmanuel
So amazing, You have named the stars of the deepest night,
Still You love me, You have called my name, I will follow You
Holy, Holy, God Almighty
There is none like You
Ordinary Holiness Julie & Tim Smith ©1991 Troubadour
Ordinary holiness in the sacred day‑to‑day, where we live and love and labor,
As we gather here to pray. Humble God of all simplicity help every heart prepare
And heed the call to holiness and hear the call to prayer.
Kitchen table gospel is lived in every home,
Where families take the time to kneel and pray.
Fathers who encourage and mothers who embrace,
Friends who listen carefully reveal God's loving face.
Voices that are gentle, words that welcome home,
Meals that feed the body and the soul.
Honoring the family and cherishing each life.
Strengthening the sacrament of husband and wife.
Sharing freely from our hearts, what little we may have,
Doing for today the best we can.
A single parent's courage, a widow strong in grief,
Walking through the dark and doubt with hope and belief.
Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine Traditional
Joseph dearest, Joseph mine, help me rock the Child divine;
God reward thee and all that’s thine in Paradise, so prays the mother Mary.
Today is born Emmanuel; Emmanuel in Israel:
Mary’s Babe, the Saviour, our Emmanuel.
Gladly dear one, lady mine, I will rock this child of thine;
God’s own light on us both shine in paradise, as prays the mother Mary.
Sweet and lovely little one, princely, beautiful, God’s own son.
Without thee were we all undone: Our love is won by thine, O Son of Mary.
Go, Tell It On The Mountain Traditional
Go, tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere.
Go, tell it on the mountain, that Jesus Christ is born.
While shepherds kept their watching o'er silent flocks by night,
Behold throughout the heavens, there shone a holy light:
The shepherds feared and trembled, when lo! above the earth,
Rang out the angel chorus that hailed our Savior's birth:
Down in a lowly manger our humble Christ was born,
And God sent us salvation, that blessed Christmas morn.
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If not, please return it to the entrance of the church.
Audio recordings of homilies are available to listen to and download from our parish website!
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De Nuestro Párroco...
¡Feliz día de La Sagrada Familia! Oramos hoy por nuestra familia de origen, por
nuestra esposa e hijos, y por las generaciones del futuro de nuestras familias. Por
favor tomen tiempo para leer y meditar sobre estos bellos textos, un regalo para su
El amor auténtico del matrimonio está envuelto en el amor divino y está dirigido y enriquecido por el
poder redentor de Cristo y la acción salvadora de la iglesia, con el resultado que los esposos son
dirigidos hacia Dios y son ayudados y fortalecidos en su elevado rol como padres y madres.
- Vaticano II. Constitución Pastoral de la Iglesia en la Vida Moderna
En la familia se encuentra el lugar donde diferentes generaciones se juntan y se ayudan el uno al otro
para crecer en sabiduría y armonizar los derechos de individuos con las demandas de la vida social: tal
como se constituye la base de nuestra sociedad.
- Vaticano II. Constitución Pastoral de la Iglesia en la Vida Moderna
La familia tiene la misión de guardar, revelar, y comunicar el amor, y esto es una reflexión viva de un
compartimiento real en el amor de Dios por la humanidad y el amor de Cristo Nuestro Señor por la
iglesia, su esposa.
- San Juan Pablo II, Sobre la Familia
La misma experiencia de comunión y compartimiento que debe caracterizar la vida diaria de la familia,
representa su primer y fundamental contribución a la sociedad.
-San Juan Pablo II, Sobre la Familia
Alegrías y tristezas, esperanzas y decepciones, nacimientos y celebraciones de cumpleaños ,
aniversarios de bodas de los papás, separaciones y bienvenidas al hogar, decisiones importantes y de
alto alcance, la muerte de seres queridos -- todo esto marca la intervención amorosa de Dios en el
historial familiar.
- San Juan Pablo II, Sobre la Familia
Gracias al amor dentro de la familia, la iglesia puede y debe tomar un rol más casero y de dimensión
familiar, desarrollando un estilo más humano y fraternal de relaciones.
- San Juan Pablo II, Sobre la Familia
La familia misma es el gran misterio de Dios. Como la “iglesia doméstica,” es la esposa de Cristo.
- San Juan Pablo II, Carta a las Familias
Lo que hagan en su familia para crear una comunidad de amor, para ayudar el uno al otro a crecer, y
servir a aquellos en necesidad, es crítico, no solo para nuestra propia santificación, pero para la fuerza
de la sociedad y nuestra iglesia. Es una participación en el trabajo del Señor, un compartimiento en la
misión de la iglesia. Es Sagrado.
- Obispos Católicos de los E.U., Sigan el Camino del Amor
Una familia es santa no porque sea perfecta, pero porque la gracia de Dios trabaja dentro de ella,
ayudándole a salir de nuevo cada día en el camino del amor.
- Obispos Católicos de los E.U., Sigan el Camino del Amor
En Cristo,
(recién nacido hasta los 6 años de edad)
Los padres deben asistir a dos clases antes de que sus
hijos sean bautizados.
Clase # 1 Información de bautismo solamente para los
padres. Duración: una hora.
Clase # 2 Preparación del bautismo para padres y
padrinos. Duración: cuatro horas.
Las clases de información (Clase #1) se ofrecen una vez
al mes en un domingo a las 2:30 pm.
Favor de no elegir a los padrinos hasta después de
haber asistido a la primera clase.
Las clases comienzan puntualmente. Si llega tarde, se
les pedirá asistir a la clase del próximo mes.
Por favor, no traer niños a estas clases.
Próxima clase de información
en español es el 11 de enero
a las 2:30 pm en St. Joe’s B
Celebre el Nacimiento de nuestro Señor haciendo un
regalo de fin de año a Cristo Rey.
¿Está considerando un regalo de fin de año? ¿Donde es llamado su corazón a dar? Hemos recibido el regalo más grande de
nuestro Señor y sabemos, como Sus discípulos, que “Donde
tu tesoro esté, allí estará tu corazón” ~ Luke 12:32-48
Voluntarios de Cuidado Pastoral
Gracias a todos los que llevan la
Comunión al enfermo y los que están en
casa, miembros de Cristo Rey. Nuestro
Señor nos invita a participar en Su misión de amor para
alcanzar en Su amor a nuestros hermanos y hermanas
que están sufriendo. Traemos a ellos las oraciones de la
Misa y la presencia real de Jesus en la Eucaristía. Por
favor refiérase al boletín de la semana pasada o visite la
página de internet:
http://ctk-catholic.org/ministries/ministry-to-thehomebound para los procedimientos de cómo llevar la
comunión al enfermo. Llame a Anthanette Donaldson
con cualquier pregunta al respecto al (480) 844-4478 o
al correo electrónico:[email protected]
Adoración al Santísimo
Comparta un regalo desde su Corazón a través de su diezmo,
un regalo al Fondo de Dotación de la Escuela Católica de
Cristo Rey o al Fondo de dotación del Santuario de San
Peregrino. Vea las muchas opciones disponibles en la Página
de internet de la Parroquia: www.ctk-catholic.org
Para server como Lector, Ministro Extraordinario de la
Sagrada Comunión, Sacristán, recibidores o acomodadores
Llame al Diácono Tom Bishop al (480)844-4473 o
[email protected]
Mire este coloreado diagrama en el
centro de la entrada de la Iglesia y en la
entrada de la Capilla para ver a que hora
se necesita de su ayuda como adorador
en la adoración perpetua. También se
encuentra en la Parroquia y en la página
de internet del Santuario de Cáncer bajo
el link de : Adoración Perpetua/ diagrama
coloreado Llame al 602-300-8562 o al
correo electrónico
[email protected] para ver
como registrarse para una hora semanal.