The Zeitgeist - Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral

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The Zeitgeist - Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral
Saint Thomas
Aquinas
April 3, 2013
Cathedral
310 West 2 nd St reet
Reno NV 89503
7 7 5 / 329-2571
The Zeitgeist
Zeitgeist is a German word
meaning, roughly, the spirit of
the times. It’s not always easy
to capture the spirit of times
so as to give it a clear,
comprehensive and durable
meaning. Elusiveness is, of
course, the nature of spiritual
things. Nonetheless, from the
perspective of Christian discipleship, one thing is clear:
not every spirit comes from
God (cf 1 John 4:1-3). Therefore,
the Apostle admonishes us, we
are to test the spirits, to probe
and discern them to see if they
are consistent with Gospel of
Jesus, with our Lord’s example,
with the Son’s love for the
Father and God’s love for us.
Two very disturbing elements
of the national Zeitgeist have
penetrated to northern Nevada
in recent months and will
begin, more and more, to
impact the Body of Christ in
both its spiritual mission and its
institutional commitments.
Firstly, there is a bill (SJR-13)
before the 77th Legislature now
in session in Carson City that
removes from the Nevada
Constitution the definition of
marriage as the union of one
man and one woman. This is
certainly the national Zeitgeist,
is it not? Who today has not
witnessed the spectacle of once
conservative and allegedly profamily politicians bailing out of
the “sinking” ship of traditional
marriage? While politicians are
thinking of the polling that
impacts fundraising for their
next election campaign, the
rest of the nation stands in utter
bewilderment as the last
vestiges of natural law are
stripped away from the most
fundamental institution of our
society. The procreation of
children is eviscerated of any
meaning in the context of law
and public policy.
Secondly, Planned Parenthood
is promoting legislation
(AB-230) that will place their
pro-abortion and pro-contraception agenda into every
Nevada public school classroom as a requirement. How
ironic that our state consistently ranks at the bottom of the
list of national high school
graduation rates, but instead of
lowering teacher-student ratios
in the public school classroom,
the Zeitgeist would rather
dispense contraception to
twelve year olds without their
parents’ knowledge.
No indeed, it is not every spirit
that comes from God.
Friar Francisco Nahoe OFM Conv
Budget News
Thank you for your support to help us meet our Monthly commitments & Religious Programs.
Date
April 7
April 14
April 21
April 28
1st Collection
$7,278
$8,061
$
$
2nd Collection
$2,228
—
$
—
2nd Collection
Payment to Loan
No Second Collection
Catholic Home Missions Appeal
No Second Collection
ANNUAL DIOCESAN RECOGNITION BANQUET
EVERY YEAR, EACH PARISH IN THE DIOCESE OF RENO RECOGNIZES
TWO PARISHIONERS WHO STAND OUT FOR THEIR GENEROSITY IN TIME AND TALENT.
THIS YEAR, THE CATHEDRAL RECOGNIZED BRIAN SAEMAN & JUAN IBARRA.
Brian Saeman, an alumnus of the University of Nevada and Gonzaga University of Law. Brian is
an active parish council member of St Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, a past Grand Knight of Nevada
Council 978 and a member of the Reno Catholic Business & Professional Organization. At the University of Nevada, Brian is an Alumni Council board member and this year’s Vice-President for Student Outreach. Professionally, Brian has served as an editor of the Across Borders International
Law Journal, is a current member of the Nevada Bar. Here in Reno, he has served as an intern at
Delay, Curran, Thompson, Portarolo & Walker and as a shareholder at Guild, Russell, Gallagher &
Fuller, Ltd.
Whether it’s in connection with the Knights of Columbus or Parish Council activities or ushering
and helping to keep things orderly a the Sunday-morning Masses, when you need something done,
Brian is a go-to guy at St Thomas Aquinas Cathedral. Just last month, when the Cathedral’s Homeschooling Coop director expressed her concern about having to cook corned beef and cabbage for
more than 100 people for the St Patrick’s dinner, he was heard to have remarked, “cooking for a
hundred is no problem. It’s just like cooking for two hundred!” Apparently, his experience in the
Knights of Columbus have taught him skills that you can’t count on learning in law school. At the
Cathedral, we’re very proud to have Brian as an active parishioners & Parish Council Member.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Juan Ibarra born in tiny town of Capilla de la Virgen de Guadalupe in Jalisco, Mexico. Juan Ibarra
was reared according to a traditional Mexican piety that emphasizes personal humility, religious
duty and filial devotion to the Mother of God under her title as the Virgen de Guadalupe. A resident of Nevada for twenty years, Juan reared his three children in Reno. He is one of eleven brothers and sisters, so if you ever need to fill up a space, make sure to invite the Ibarra siblings and
their respective families. Juan and his wife, Maria Reyes, are owners of the local Mexican deli El
Rosal, a business that also supplies tortillas and other Mexican foods to local restaurants & casinos.
Part of the bedrock of our long-term ministry to Latino families, Juan is a faithful supporter of
the Cathedral’s Spanish-language liturgical and pastoral activities. Every year, Juan & his family are
instrumental in planning the multiple activities associated with the December 12th Fiesta of Our
Lady of Guadalupe and he has been a generous contributor to the annual breakfast and dinner
served every year to all comers in honor of the Virgen. In his typically humble manner, when we
told him that he had been chosen by the parish council for this award, he said, “¿Pero porque yo?”
At the Cathedral, we’re very proud to have Juan as an active parishioners and Eucharistic Minister.
If you get the opportunity, please be sure to congratulate Brian and Juan.
FOURTH SUNDAY
OPENING
OF
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain
EASTER
Vatican II Hymnal 247
The Propers, Psalms and Readings for the Fourth Sunday of Easter begin
at page 489 in the Vatican II Hymnal.
GLORIA
Mass of Saint Theodore
OFFERTORY HYMN
SANCTUS & AGNUS DEI
COMMUNION HYMN
Now the green blade rises
Mass of Saint Theodore
Ye sons and daughters
Vatican II Hymnal 144
Noël nouvelet
Vatican II Hymnal 145
Vatican II Hymnal 354
C A T H E D R A L
MASS INTENTIONS
MARK
U P D A T E
YOUR CALENDARS
Saturday, April 20
7:30 AM
5:00 PM
† Virginia Miner
† Tadeusz Maszewski
Sunday, April 21 — Sunday of Easter
7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:30 AM
5:00 PM
7:00 PM
† Grace McManamon Spencer
† Jeanne Cushing
Lourdes Banquerigo & Ramel Cruz
Terri Alff
† † Margaret & Archie Alexander
† Daniel Flores y todas las almas
Monday, April 22—Easter Weekday
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
† Dave Gibeau
† John “Bonnie” Mesic
APRIL
Sunday, April 21
Seminarian Ticket Raffle Sale after all Masses
Wednesday, April 24
6:00 PM Sons of Italy
6:30 PM Grupo de Oración Carismático
Thursday, April 25
3:00 PM Divine Chaplet of Mercy
5:30 PM Vespers & Confessions
6:30 PM Benediction
MAY
Tuesday, April 23—Saints George & Adalbert
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
Trini Flores
Ben Gurries—Birthday
Wednesday, May 1, 8, 15
Wednesday, April 24—Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen
6:30 PM Grupo de Oración Carismático
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
Thursday, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Josie Lamgo
Deceased friends & Family of Ed Kolesar
Thursday, April 25—Saint Mark
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
Giancarlo Traniello
Angelo & Family
Friday, April 26—Easter Weekday
7:00 AM
12:10 PM
Fr John Heinz OFM Conv-Birthday
† Harry H. Spencer, Jr
Saturday, April 27—
7:30 AM
5:00 PM
† Jack Caramella
† † Frank & Dorothy Caracappa
ROSARY
3:00 PM Divine Chaplet of Mercy
5:30 PM Vespers & Confessions
6:30 PM Benediction
7:00 PM Bible Study
Sunday, May 5
7th Grade First Holy Communions
Sunday, May 12
5:00PM Confirmations
Saturday, May 18
10:00AM May Crowning
MAKERS
Wednesday, May 22
Come join the Rosary Making Ministry
When:
May 4 at 8:30 AM
May 11 at 9:30 AM
Where:
Righini Hall
Questions: Connie Backes 324-5407
Sunday, May 26 & June 2
6:00 PM Sons of Italy
6:30 PM Grupo de Oración Carismático
First Holy Communions
From the Desk of Deacon Richard Ramm CSA BASKET
I am sorry that the CSA basket was not out this last
weekend for your CSA donations.
The material I had used to give it some weight was not
dry as of Sunday morning.
LAST QUARTER’S FINANCIAL
REPORT
Including the Easter collection we are $17,200 ahead this
quarter.
Month
January
February
March
Easter
Total for Qtr.
2nd
Collections
Total for Qtr.
All other
income
Grand Total
Monthly
Income
Monthly
Expenses Difference
$40,263.65
$30,476.42
$33,425.44
$17,819.00
$121,984.51
-$51,670.79
-$46,804.61
-$46,698.25
$0.00
-$145,173.65
-$11,407.14
-$16,328.19
-$13,272.81
$17,819.00
-$23,189.14
$7,625.00
$129,609.51
$0.00
-$145,173.65
$7,625.00
-$15,564.14
$32,764.29
$162,373.80
$0.00
-$145,173.65
$32,764.29
$17,200.15
SENIOR LUNCHEON
On Tuesday afternoon the Senior Ministry had their
luncheon and they had a speaker that spoke about
being prepared for a disaster. Michael Brimer spoke
about a kit of supplies and making sure that there was
a way to stay informed. I know that most of us do not
have one of these kits made up in the next few weeks
I will attempt to have an insert in the bulletin with what
everyone would need for one of these survival kits.
HAVE YOU . . .
HEARD A GOOD CLEAN JOKE THAT YOU WOULD
LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOUR PARISH
COMMUNITY? IF SO, THIS IS YOUR SPOT!
I WILL ATTEMPT TO POST ALL THE ONES I GET IN
THIS VERY SPOT. PLEASE SEND THEM TO:
[email protected]
Spring
Cleaning
Volunteers
Patricia
Aguilera
Laura L.
Aguirre
Natalia
Alcalá
Ricardo
Araiza
Julio C.
Ayala
Elsa
Barajas
Maria
Barajas
Baldemar
Barajas
Angélica
Bernal
Abel
Del Real
Irma
Duron
Estela
Eligio
Bricia
Figueroa
Maria
González
Maria Isabel
Guerra
Maria C.
Gutierrez
Pat
Monastry
Celia
Moreno
Cruz
Murillo
Jose
Murillo
German
Ramos
Dory
Ritzlin
Roger
Ritzlin
Ana
Perez
Elvira
Sánchez
Máyela
Torres
Adán
Zaragoza
I want to thank everyone
who came to clean our
Lord’s home. May He
send the Holy Spirit to
guide all of you and your
families.
Deacon Richard
CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTER
MAY 9TH
AT
OF
RENO ANNUAL BANQUET
6:30PM - GRAND SIERRA RESORT
Well known Prolife advocate, speaker and mother of NFL quarterback Tim Tebow. Mission: To
be a life-affirming resource to women, men, and families encountering the issues of an unplanned pregnancy, including grief over past abortions, and to promote premarital sexual abstinence. For tickets call 775-826-5144.
FRIARS’ FOOD PANTRY
Welcomes your donations of Sloppy Joe Mix, Chili,
Dry Milk, and toothpaste.
MONTHLY MEMORIAL MASS
At Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Cemetery will
be celebrated on Wednesday, May 1, at 11:00 AM
in the Most Holy Redeemer Mausoleum Chapel.
DIOCESE
OF
RENO SCHOLARSHIP-
OPEN THE DOOR OF
CATHOLIC
EDUCATION TO A LOCAL STUDENT
EL BUEN PASTOR
El Buen Pastor no sólo nos conoce sino que da su vida
por nosotros. Le pertenecemos. Su vida es la fuente de
nuestra vida. Una parte de esta relación es firme; la
parte de Dios. El Padre nos ha confiado al Hijo, y el Hijo
no nos soltará la mano.
La otra parte de esa relación depende de nosotros, por
supuesto. En el Evangelio de hoy, Jesús asume que
aceptamos su voluntad con el corazón abierto.
"Mis ovejas oyen mi voz. . . y me siguen".
Este oír y seguir es una tarea diaria que implica responsabilidad. Tomemos por ejemplo a Pablo y a Bernabé.
Ambos estaban convencidos de que la salvación era
también para aquellos miembros del rebaño que aún
no conocían el poder salvador de Dios. Los gentiles
eran las ovejas que el Pastor conocía. Pablo pudo finalmente ver que ahora era el momento oportuno para
ellos conocer al Pastor. Ahora el círculo se cerraría. Finalmente, aquellos a quienes el Dios de Jesús conocía y
amaba, podrían conocer y seguir al Dios de Jesús.
Nunca habrá un último capítulo en esta historia de
salvación.
An anonymous donor will match all donations to
D.O.R.S. up to a total of $ 100,000!
The Diocese of Reno Scholarship opens the door of a
Catholic education to students most in need of assistance. Our ability to make a difference in lives is limited only by the size of our fund. Each of the schools
in the Diocese of Reno has D.O.R.S. recipients.
Please support the gift of a Catholic education by
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
donating on-line, www.catholicrenoscholarship.org
or call 775-326-9430.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Mon: Acts 11:1-18; Ps 42:2-3; 43:3, 4; Jn 10:1-10
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
Tues: Acts 11:19-26; Ps 87:1b-7; Jn 10:22-30
Are you considering attending a Marriage Encoun- Wed: Acts 12:24 -- 13:5a; Ps 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8; Jn 12:44-50
Thurs: 1 Pt 5:5b-14; Ps 89:2-3, 6-7, 16-17; Mk 6:15-20
ter. Upcoming Weekend: May 17-19 in Reno.
Fri:
Acts 13:26-33; Ps 2:6-11ab; Jn 14:1-6
Questions? visit www.sacramentowwme.org or
contact Barry & Julia Reynolds at 866-825-2046 or Sat: Acts 13:44-52; Ps 98:1-4; Jn 14:7-14
Sun: Acts14:21-27; Ps145:8-13; Rv21:1-5a; Jn13:31-35
[email protected]
Let us pray for…/Oremos por…
US servicemen & women, AND Sayra Gutierrez, Irena Baker, Margaret Marshall, Terri Alff, Gregoria &
Armando Zumaya, Monet Rodriguez, Abigail Ledezma, Carlos Munguia, Carlos Valdez, Elvia Mendez,
Bertha Reynolds, Steven Vogel, LaRee Caramella, Benjamin Soledad, Shari Ann Burton, Martin
Brandtner, Stacy Terry, Aaron Spangenthal, Anna Buchanan, Dawn Hanson, Rick Slaughter, Fr Chris
Dietz, OFM Conv, Nancy & Carl Came, Ryan McGrail, Barbara Crose, Kenneth Dean, Heidi Gibson,
Harlyne & Bob Caruso, Steve Tucker, Tim Bauer, Jack Crawford, Linda Kelly, Lawrence Reeder, Sarah
& Clare & Monica Munns, Kristen Monibi, Albert Aucremanne, Maureen Flynn.
SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS CATHEDRAL
310 WEST 2ND STREET, RENO, NV 89503 – 775/329-2571
O FFICE H OURS :
Mon: 1:30PM–4:00PM
Tues–Thurs: 8:30AM–Noon & 1:30-4:00PM
Fri 8:30AM–Noon
STAFF:
Most Rev Randolph R Calvo JCD DD, Bishop of Reno
Rev Fr Francisco Nahoe OFM Conv, Re ctor
Rev Fr Joseph Kim OFM Conv, Parochial Vicar
Rev Fr John Heinz OFM Conv, Franciscan community
Robert Dangel, Joseph Bell, Deacons
Rocío Grady-Parish Secretary 100; Jack-Bookstore Mgr 112; Colleen 107; Mary Ann 108;
Bookkeepers; Deacon Richard Ramm-Administrator for Temporalities 127.
OFFICE 775/329775/329- 2571;
2571; FAX 775/329775/329- 2824;
2824; BOOKSTORE 775/329775/329- 3011;
3011; FOOD PANTRY 775/331775/331- 3663
WEB stacathedral.com; E-MAIL [email protected] renocatholicnetwork.com for homilies, Bible study & catechetics.
SUNDAY MASS
Saturday 5PM, Sunday 7:30AM, 9:30AM, 11:30AM, 5PM & 7PM (español)
WEEKDAY MASS
7:00AM & 12:10PM (Monday-Friday); 7:30AM (Saturday)
Saturday 3:00PM; & Thursday 5:30PM
CONFESSION
Contact office at least six months in advance
MATRIMONY
BAPTISM
Contact Parish Office at least three months in advance
Contact Parish Office
ANOINTING
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET Thursday 3:00PM
Thursday 6:30PM; & Fourth Sunday 3:00PM
BENEDICTION
FRIAR’S PANTRY
Located at 612 W 5th St, Reno. Distribution days: 3rd Friday & 3rd & 4th Saturday of the
month from 11:00 AM—1:00 PM. Non-Perishable food donations may be delivered to
the Gift Shop, Parish Office or Sacristy
ENTRADA
Cantando la alegría de vivir, lleguemos a la casa del Señor,
marchando todos juntos como hermanos, andemos los caminos hacia Dios.
Venid entremos todos dando gracias, venid cantemos todos al Señor,
gritemos a la roca que nos salva, cantemos la alabanza a nuestro Dios.
SALMO RESPONSORIAL
Somos su pueblo y ovejas de su rebaño. (2)
OFERTORIO
El Señor es mi pastor, la vida a dado por mí,
yo su voz he de escuchar y suyo siempre seré.
Yo soy el buen pastor, doy la vida a mis ovejas,
por su nombre las llamo y con gran amor me siguen.
COMUNIÓN
Oh Señor delante de ti, mis manos abiertas reciben tu pan,
Oh Señor espiga de amor llena mi corazón.
Y entre tus manos oh Señor guárdanos, guárdanos, dinos lo que es amor.
FINAL
Aleluya, aleluya es la fiesta del Señor, aleluya, aleluya el Señor resucitó.
Ya no hay miedo ya no hay muerte, ya no hay penas que llorar
porque Cristo sigue vivo, la esperanza abierta está.
El Coro Santo Tomás se encarga de la música el día de hoy.

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