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St. Rose Church
Roseville, CA 95678
513284021614
916 783-5211 ext. 7008
916-783-5212
Bulletin Editor:
Deborah Fazzino
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Second Sunday of Easter,
April 3,
2016
Masses April 2, 2016—April 9, 2016
+ = Deceased
Requested by:
SATURDAY, April 2, 2016
5:00 p.m.
Hilda Rendon +
Mike Presti +
7:00 p.m.
Marcelo Nogueira Family
Olga
Rosemarie
SUNDAY, April 3, 2016
7:30 a.m.
People of the Par ish
9:00 a.m.
Giovani & Paul +
Ralph
Faisal,Shaaun +
Reem
10:30 a.m.
Carol Mart+
Albert & Tess
12:30 p.m.
Las or aciones por todos nuestr os minister ios
5:00 p.m.
Prayers for all of our Youth
Healing, Baby Porter Daasch
& Family
Diane L.
MONDAY, April 4, 2016
6:30 a.m.
Aurora Portormartir +
8:00 a.m.
John Bergen, personal
intentions
615 Vine Avenue, Roseville, CA 95678
Phone: 916-783-5211 Fax: 916-783-5212
E-Mail: [email protected] Web: www.strosechurch.org
Schedule of Masses
Weekdays: 6:30 & 8 AM; Wednesday eve. 6;30 pm Spanish
Saturday Vigil Masses: 5:00 pm (English); 7:00 pm Spanish
Sunday Morning Masses: 7:30, 9:00 & 10:30 AM; 12:30 pm (Spanish); 5:00 pm
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday –Friday
8:30-4:00
Closed from 12-1PM
PARISH CLERGY AND STAFF
Natercia
Pastor
Fr. Joel Genabia
783-5211 X 7012
John
Parochial Vicar
Fr. Antonio (Ace) Racela III
783-5211 X 7016
Pastors Emeritus
Fr. Michael Cormack
Fr. Michael McKeon
783-5211
Deacons
Peter Silott
Mark Van Hook
Mike Turner
783-5211
783-5211 X 7014
783-5211
Bookkeeper
Carmen Dizon
783-5211 X 7017
Liturgy Coordinator
Lynne Brys
783-5211 X 7006
Office Manager
Edie Sickman
783-5211 X 7008
Office Assistant (volunteer)
Sister Lillia
783-5211
Plant Manager
Martin Vargas
783-5211 X 7005
Religious Education
Dona Gentile (Director)
Cathie Newman (Assistant)
783-5211 X 7010
Religious Education Sp.
Frida Callejas (Coordinator)
Marianna Linares (Assistant)
783-5211 X 7011
Youth Minister
Rebecca (Beckee) Szumski
783-5211 X 7004
Baptism
Stella Guzman (Spanish)
783-5211 X 7013
Nancy McVicker (English)(volunteer)
Housekeeping
Ligia Popa
Rocio Vargas
783-5211
Musicians
Presently there are 6
783-5211
TUESDAY, April 5, 2016
6:30 a.m.
Marcio Cezibra
Family
8:00 a.m.
Vera Quintana +
Richard
Mark Onderko +
Bobbie
WEDNESDAY, April 6, 2016
6:30 a.m.
Teresita Capili +
Victor
8:00 a.m.
Asuncion Cavanna
Rosa
Jerry Quintana +
Richard
6:30 p.m.
Para todos los necesitados de nuestras
oraciones
THURSDAY, April 7, 2016
6:30 a.m.
Mary Dalli +
Altar Society
8:30 a.m.
Baby Ethan Vn Dao & Family, Family;
Cinder Clemente +, Kenneth Clemente+, and
Asuncion Peconada +
Hilda
FRIDAY, April 8, 2016
6:30 a.m.
Ginnie Russell +
Diane L.
8:00 a.m.
David Daniels +
Family
Romeo Topacio
Linda
SATURDAY, April 9, 2016
8:00 a.m.
Respect Life
5:00 p.m.
Donald Brady +
Olga
Mike Presti +
Rosemarie
7:00 p.m.
Para todos los necesitados de nuestras
oraciones
PLEASE TURN OFF
YOUR CELL PHONE
Before &
DURING MASS
Second Sunday
Of Easter
April 3, 2016
Adoration will be held only on the
FIRST SATURDAY, Monthly.
St. Rose School - www.strose.org
Principal—Suzanne Smoley—916-782-1161
NOTE: Weddings and/or Quinceañeras are not scheduled without
your first contacting the Clergy. Please schedule your meeting with
the Clergy at least 6 months in advance .
Second Sunday of Easter, April 3, 2016
Reading 1 Acts 5:12-16
During the Easter season, the first reading each Sunday is
taken from the Acts of the Apostles. This book of the New
Testament is like no other. It gives us a beautiful description
of the early Church community as it grew. Filled with the
Spirit of the risen Christ, the disciples brought the healing
love of Jesus to those in need. In doing this, they carried on
his mission.
Discussion Questions for Reading 1
Just like the early Church, we are called to carry on
the mission of Jesus. We can do this only when we
grow in the knowledge and experience of the risen
Christ in our lives. How can you use the Easter season to do this?
For those newly baptized or received into the
Church, Eastertime is the time of mystagogia. This
means "learning about the mysteries" of our faith.
Pray for the new members of the Church, that they
may grow into strong branches on the vine of Christ.
How can you learn more about your faith during this
Easter season?
his surroundings--tells us that he is a very special person? You
might like to ask someone to read this passage again slowly.
Then draw the seven gold lampstands with Jesus standing
among them. Try to capture the richness of this scene. What is
the difference between this image and the image we see in a
crucifix? Why do we need both images to understand who Jesus is? What is the difference between Jesus and an imaginary
action hero? Pray together: Lord Jesus Christ, be the First and
the Last and the One who is my life. Give me the courage to
proclaim you. Help me to overcome my fears by knowing you
are with me each moment of the day and night. Amen.
What do you think are some of these "higher things" we
are urged to set our hearts on? How can you do this?
Gospel Reflection John 20:19-31
John's account of that first Easter night is filled with
drama. Jesus appears through locked doors and
gives his disciples his peace. He gives them the gift
of the Holy Spirit and communicates God's power of
forgiveness. Thomas, who misses out on this experience of Jesus, refuses to believe unless he can
touch Jesus' wounds. A week later he has a chance
to do just that! Thomas exclaims, "My Lord and my
God!" And Jesus tells us how "blest" are we who
Reading 2 Revelations 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19
Today's reading sounds a little different, doesn't it? It is filled have believed in his resurrection without having
with special symbols that were used to bring hope to the early seen his risen body.
Christians during a time of persecution. When we hear the
words of the reading, we are filled with the hope of Easter, too. Discussion Questions for Gospel
Jesus tells us, "Do not be afraid." Christ has conquered death. Thomas is remembered in the Church as "doubting Thomas."
He is truly "the one who lives" forever.
Yet, Jesus respected his doubts, and answered them in a beautiful way. Thomas did not keep his doubts to himself. He shared
them with the community and with Jesus. What can you do
Discussion Questions for Reading 2
We all know what an action hero with special powers in a mov- when you have a doubt or a question about something?
ie or a TV show looks like. Often he wears special clothes, like Thomas' response to Jesus is a beautiful prayer of faith and
a cape or special armor. Laser beams dart from his eyes. Spe- praise: "My Lord and my God!" Pray this prayer the next time
cial shoes or boots help him to fly. Reread the passage from you receive holy communion. Remember that your Lord and
John. What in the description of Jesus--his voice, his clothing, God is with you. What are some other ways you can pray this
prayer?
St. Rose Bowl-A-Thon April 17, 2016
Sponsored by A.C.T.S.
Where: Fireside Lanes; 7901 Auburn Blvd.,
Citrus Heights
When: 1:30-4:30 PM
Cost: $10 per bowler/free with $200
or more in pledges
Reserve by Sunday April 10, 2016
For Information and Registration
Contact: Paul or Mary Jo Herman
at 916-259-4259 or [email protected]
All checks are to be made payable
to St. Rose of Lima, and are tax
deductible.
Welcome and Farewell……
As the seasons of the year change, St. Rose
staff is changing. We would like you to welcome our new Office Manager/Administrative
Assistant, Edie Sickman. Many of you may
recognize Edie as an active parishioner here at
St. Rose. Sister Lillia is also a new addition to
our Parish, Sister will volunteer in our Parish
Office and help with various duties. Sister
would love to be invited to take part in all the
various ministries as well, just call the parish
office, and invite Sister Lillia to your meeting.
Stop in and introduce yourself to Edie! Deborah Fazzino will be retiring as of April 15th.
Second Sunday of Easter ; April 3, 2016
16th Annual Raising Spirits
The Placer Care Coalition will be holding their 16th annual RAISING
SPIRITS wine and food tasting fundraising event on April 24, 2016.
This event benefits the following agencies: St. Vincent de Paul,
Roseville Home Start, Lazarus Project and What Would Jesus
Do?. The needs of the working poor and homeless people in our community
continue to be great. Last year, this single fundraiser made it possible to provide
each organization with a check for $11,500.. It would be wonderful to match or surpass that goal this year. The organization is run entirely by volunteers so 95% of
money raised goes directly to our organizations.
Help the Poor and Homeless in our community
April 24th is the 16th Annual “Raising Spirits” Wine, Beer, and Food Tasting at Catta
Verdera Country Club in Lincoln.
This event benefits St. Vincent de Paul, Lazarus Project, WWJD?, and Roseville Home
Start.
Tickets are $50 each or $90 for two. $60 at the door.
Check out their website at www.placercare.com You can order tickets on line.
Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus
10 Days in the Holy Land
November 8—17, 2016
Hosted by….. Fr. Jovito Rata, Jr. and Fr. Joel Genabia
ONLY $3,599 per person from San Francisco
(air/land tour price is $2,899 plus $700
government taxes/airline surcharges)
Tour Includes: Roundtrip air from San Francisco, First Class Hotels, Breakfast and
Dinner daily, Comprehensive sightseeing,
Porterage, Entrance Fees and much more!!
Walk where Jesus walked… Cruise the Sea of Galilee...Visit Nazareth...Climb the Mt. of
Olives and view the Old City of Jerusalem… Walk the Via Dolorosa to the Church of
the Holy Sepulcher...Pray in Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity.
For a detailed brochure and more information contact:
Carmen Dizon or Fr. Joel Genabia:
Telephone: 916-783-5211 Ext. 7017
Email: [email protected] - or - [email protected]
Second Sunday of Easter
Candlelight Vigil: Remembering Victims of Violence (April 11)
In observance of National Crime Victim Rights Week, the Diocese of Sacramento is collaborating with the
Archdiocese of San Francisco and CSJ to host a prayer vigil of remembrance for victims of violence on April 11
at 6:30 pm at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacramento in Sacramento.
Survivors of violence are invited to light a candle and share their stories if they wish.
For more information, contact Julio Escobar at 415-861-9579 or email [email protected]
Training for Grief Ministers/ Ministry of Consolation
Workshop Apr il 9-10 at the Diocesan Pastoral Center from
9AM to 5PM both days. The Participants must attend both
days and should bring a bag lunch for each session. The
Presenter will be Sandy Heinisch,grief minister trainer for
the Diocese of Oakland and grief counselor with the Contra
Costa Crisis Center. Through a generous donation from
Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services, there is no cost to
participate. For more information contact Steve Patton at
916-733-0133, or [email protected]
SPRING INTO COLOR
SS. Peter & Paul Ladies Guild
Fashion Show & Luncheon
When: April 9th 11AM Cost: $25 pp Open Seating
Where: Legends at Woodcreek /5880 Woodcreek
Oaks Blvd., Roseville
Tickets: www.rocklincatholic.org/spring-fashion-show
Call Kathy at 652-6928 or Dot at 788-0560
Choice of Chicken or Grilled Salmon
Saints of Mercy relics on tour now thr ough the end of J une at var ious par ishes and schools in the Diocese of Sacr amento. The Tour includes 30 relics of saints, blessed from Rome. For dates and locations of the tour, visit: [email protected]; for more questions, please contact John Doering at 530-677-2805
St. Rose of Lima—NEWS Note Up-Dates:
Because of damage to our walls in the church
proper, (prior to application our new roof) the damage has put us in need of a “Face Lift.” Our design committee is working with a Color Pallet Designer to come to the choice of proper colors. If
you should be so inclined, and have questions,
please contact Gary Magonigal at 257-9869;
Lynne Brys at 783-5211(ext. 7006); Jean Ash 7916101.
Come Celebrate with Us! Pentecost Sunday….. (the Birthday of our Church)
Parish “Outside Bi-lingual Mass” and “Family Picnic”
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Mass will be held in the gully at 12:30 PM
Our Parish Clergy along with our Pastoral Council and
Liturgy Committee are planning this year’s
Special Parish Event.
Please mark your calendars to “Save the Date !”
Get your “Best” Pot-Luck Recipe ready!
Sign-up Sheets will be available soon!
Lets make this a SPECIAL EVENT—Celebrate Pentecost—wear RED!
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION / FAITH FORMATION
April 3, 2016
From the desk of Dona Gentile
Faith Formation Office
916-783-5211 ext 7010
Celebration of 1st Eucharist will be scheduled
April 2/3, 2016 through Mother’s Day, May 7/8, 2016
(Please note: Sunday, May 1st the 10:30am Mass time
is not available.) Rehearsals are on the Thursday,
PRIOR to scheduled date, and will be held at 4:00 PM.
St. Rose School FIRST COMMUNION will be
celebrated on
Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 10:00 AM .
Full Initiation was Celebr ated at the Easter Vigil
Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 8:00 PM
Congratulations to all of our Candidates!
Fast. Pray. Give up your Envelopes! We invite you to help your
parish save money by giving up your offertory envelopes this
Lent! Enrolling with Faith Direct will provide (Church name
here) with consistent support and simplify your giving without
the wasteful envelopes. Join us in giving up envelopes this Lenten season! You can quickly sign up online at
www.faithdirect.net using our church code: (CA701) or by mailing an enrollment form available in the parish office. God Bless!
Fr. Joel
St. Rose School is still accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year.
There are openings in several classes between pre-Kindergarten through 8th
grade. If you are interested in enrolling your child at St. Rose School for next
school year, please visit our website, http://www.strose.org, or contact registrar
Anna Harrison at 916-782-1161 ext. 101 or [email protected] Thank you.
TRUE TEACHERS
Believe one who has tried, you shall find a fuller
satisfaction in the woods than in books. The trees and
the rocks will teach you that which you cannot hear
from the masters.
—St. Bernard of Clairvaux
Thank You! Gracias! Merci!
To all who helped in any way to make our Easter Triduum
such a Beautiful and Grace filled experience for each individual in attendance. Special thanks to our Clergy, Staff, Liturgy
Committee, Choir (s), Altar Servers, Extraordinary Ministers,
Readers, Ushers, all our parishioners who donated Easter
Flowers, our Art & Environment Committee, and to ALL OF
OUR PARISHIONERS, FAMILY and FRIENDS!
Happy Easter Season!
Second Sunday of Easter
April 3, 2016
Once I was dead, but now I am alive forever and ever.—Revelation 1:18a
Respect Life Meeting- Second Wednesday of the
month ,6:30pm, at 1109 Terra Way, Roseville, CA
95661.(Joan Donohue at 916-417-1071)
Respect Life Mass-2nd Saturday every month
@ 8am, "remember to wear your blue Respect Life Tee
shirts!"
Praying in front of Planned Parenthood on
Sunrise Blvd (next to creek bridge), in Roseville - every
Thursday @9am " JOIN US, RAIN OR SHINE, it is a
CHRISTIAN happening!"
SPIRITUAL ADOPTION
WEEK #3 - At 17 days, I have my own blood cells,
which may be a different blood type than my Mom's.
At 18 days, I have a new muscle that occasionally
pulses - this will be my heart.
At 19 days, my eyes are starting to develop.
at 20 days, the basic parts of my entire nervous system
have been laid down. By the end of this week, my heart
will be beating.
WEEK #4 (about 1 month) - I have 40 pairs of
muscles that have developed along the trunk of my
body. My arms and legs are forming. I am about one
-quarter inch long.
REGIONAL RESPECT LIFE LEADERSHIP
GATHERING
THE DIOCESE OF SACRAMENTO
REGIONAL RESPECT LIFE
LEADERSHIP GATHERING for our area
is Thu., March 31 – Ss. Peter & Paul, multipurpose room, 4450 Granite Drive,
Rocklin from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. No cost!
Light refreshments served. Questions:
Steve Patton at 916-733-0133,
[email protected]
HERO’S WALK FOR LIFE
Saturday, May 14th, 2016
WWW.saclife.org 916-451-4357
Sacramento Life Center,
Registration at 8:30 AM
Rally at 9:30 AM
Walk/Run at 10:00 AM
Join Jeff Cavins for a One Day Seminar at
Presentation Parish
Jeff Cavins is recognized both nationally and
internationally as one of the most effective and
engaging speakers in the Church today. Few
can communicate their love for Jesus Christ
with as much zeal, clarity, and enthusiasm as
Jeff. Join talk show host, Great Adventure Bible author and internationally renown speaker,
Jeff Cavins in person, Saturday April 30th for a
one day retreat, "Christ looks at us with Mercy
and Calls us to Discipleship," 9:15am - 3:15pm
at Presentation Parish. Buy tickets to the seminar online at www.presentationWYD.org or at
Easters Bookstore or the Catholic Store. Preorder lunch $10. A seminar for the Year of
Mercy!
Questions? Please do not call Presentation! Call Jean 916 801-1242 or Charmaine 917
807-0260. Hope to see you there!
Second Sunday of Easter; April 3, 2016
Offertory/ SECOND/EXTRA COLLECTIONS:
Make checks payable to St. Rose of Lima
Saturday/Sunday—April 2-3—Offertory/Maintenance
Saturday/Sunday—April 9-10—Offertory
Saturday/Sunday—April 16-17—Offertory/Catholic Home
Mission
Saturday/Sunday—April 23/24—Offertory
Saturday/Sunday—April 30/May1—Offertory
Don’t forget Faith Direct!
CONTRIBUTIONS for February 2016
February, 2016—Offertory— $66,251.00
February, 2016—Maintenance—$5,247.00
February, 2016—Social Justice—$1,689.00
Initial February total—$73,187.00
February, 2016 (offer tor y)—Faith Direct—$10,561.63
February, 2016 (Maintenance) - Faith Direct—$1,289.25
Thank you for your continued support.
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The apostles perform many
signs and wonders among the people. Many are
added to their numbers (Acts 5:12-16).
Psalm — Give thanks to the Lord for he is
good, his love is everlasting (Psalm 118).
Second Reading — John, caught up in the
spirit, envisions the glorified Lord, the first and
the last, the one who lives (Revelation 1:9-11a,
12-13, 17-19).Gospel — The risen Christ
comes to his disciples with peace and the Spirit. The absent Thomas doubts (John 20:19-31).
Exploring the Sunday Readings
PARISH Mission Statement
We, the family of St. Rose of Lima Catholic Parish, are
called by virtue of our baptism and guided by the Holy
Spirit to be disciples of Jesus. As disciples of Jesus, we
are dedicated to foster the growth of God’s Kingdom on
earth by praising God and living the Gospel values of
love, justice, forgiveness and service to all.
This Week’s Readings
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday: Is 7:10-14, 8:10; Ps 40:7-11; Heb 10:4-10;
Lk 1:26-38
Tuesday: Acts 4:32-37; Ps 93:1-2, 5; Jn 3:7b-15
Wednesday: Acts 5:17-26; Ps 34:2-9; Jn 3:16-21
Thursday: Acts 5:27-33; Ps 34:2, 9, 17-20; Jn 3:31-36
Friday:
Acts 5:34-42; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Jn 6:1-15
Saturday: Acts 6:1-7; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 18-19; Jn 6:1621
Sunday:
Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13;
Rv 5:11-14; Jn 21:1-19 [1-14]
(www.exploringthesundayreadings.com)
April 3, 2016
FIRST READING: Acts of the Apostles 5:12-16 They carried the sick into the streets that Peter’s
shadow might fall on them. . Where do you go to touch the sacred? Do you believe in miracles?
SECOND READING: Revelation 1:9-11A, 12-13, 17-19 I was caught up in spirit on the Lord’s day
and heard, “Write on a scroll what you see.” Have you ever found hope in a hopeless situation, or
discovered a way through a dark place?
Gospel: John 20:19-31 The other disciples said to Thomas, “We have seen the Lord.” What confirming
signs have you had or heard about that bolster your faith?
Second Sunday of Easter
Homeless Lunches:
AWESOME JOB! THANK YOU ALL. The cupboards are once again filled with the exception
of water and juice boxes. If there is a way you
could help, or need more information, please
contact Dona: 916-783-5211 ext. 7010.
ST. ROSE ANNUAL PARISH RETREATS
ST. ROSE OF LIMA ANNUAL WOMEN’S PARISH
RETREAT
Our annual women’s parish retreat at Christ the King Passionist Retreat Center in Citrus Heights is on the weekend of
April 22nd – 24th, 2016. The theme this year is “Be Merciful
As Your Heavenly Father is Merciful.” We invite all
women to come and probe the depth of God’s love for us in
Christ as we gather in prayer, meditation, sacraments, and
rest. Accept this invitation as a precious gift to yourself as
you awaken and rejuvenate the spirit within you. Please reserve your spot by calling your Parish Coordinator, Vicki
Foley at 781-3257 or Carol Forrest at the Retreat Center
at 725-4720 Ext. 314. You can also r egister online at
http://christthekingretreatcenter.org. The donation is $175.00
for a double room or $195.00 for a single room. To reserve
your space send in a $40.00 deposit to the retreat center. No
one is refused because of inability to pay full amount.
VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Roseville
Volunteer Drivers needed for local food pickups.
7 days a week, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 or 10:30 a.m.
Work 1 day or all 7.
Please Call: Brian Moore at 916-612-3835
Senior Program
Schedule:
4:30 PM - Faith Sharing
(Not on bingo night)
6:00 PM—Dinner Cost $7
7:00 PM—Program
Corporal Works of Mercy
Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Harbour the harbourless
Visit the sick
Ransom the captive
Bury the dead
Spiritual Works of Mercy
Instruct the ignorant
Counsel the doubtful
Admonish sinners
Bear wrongs patiently
Forgive offenses willingly
Comfort the afflicted
Pray for the living and the dead
April 3, 2016
ST. ROSE ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING
All women of the parish are invited to join us
for the next Altar Society Meeting on Tuesday, April 5th at 1:00 PM in the Convent
Room D3. We would like to welcome new
women of the parish to see what our organization does and hopefully join our group.
St. Rose Altar Society Bake Sale
The Annual Altar Society Bake Sale will be held on
Sunday, April 17th, after the 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 AM
Masses. Please feel free to meander over to the Parish Hall to check out all of the delicious baked items
available. All funds raised are used for Altar Supplies and beautification of the Church, your help is
greatly appreciated.
April 7th—Fr. Michael
O’Reilly
April 14th—Angelo Simone &
the Discords
April 21st—Melody Makers $2
April 28th—BINGO
Italian Catholic Federation Branch 73 Polenta Dinner
Saturday, April 16, 2016,
No Host Cocktails 5:30 PM, Dinner at 6:30 PM
St. Rose Parish Hall
Deadline for tickets is April 9th
Adults $20, Children 6-12 $10, Under 6 Free Tickets Limited
To purchase tickets: Giuseppina Novi 916-783-3816; RoseMarie
Presti 916-791-1726; Arlene Roe 916-782-3073.
Segundo Domingo de Pascua
3 de abril de 2016
Estuve muerto y ahora, como ves, estoy vivo por los
siglos de los siglos. - Apocalipsis 1:18a
Horario De Misa En Español
Miércoles 6:30 PM
Sabado 7:00 PM
Domingo 12:30 PM
Soldados de Cristo cumplen los jueves en
la C- habitación a partir de las 7:00 PM
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Los apóstoles hacen muchas
señales y maravillas entre la gente. (Hch 5:12-16).
Salmo — La misericordia del Señor es eterna.
Aleluya (Salmo 118 [117]).
Segunda lectura — Juan, contagiado por el
Espíritu, tiene una visión del Señor glorificado
(Apocalipsis 1:9-11a, 12-13, 17-19).
Evangelio — Jesús resucitado visita a los
discípulos con su paz y con el Espíritu. Tomás,
ausente, duda de la aparición de Jesús (Juan 20:19
-31).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario I © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.
UNIRSE A LA COMUNIDAD DE CREYENTES
¿Qué te ayudará a tener fe? Las lecturas bíblicas de
hoy hablan de la fe y de la duda. Se “escribieron…
para que ustedes crean”, como nos dice hoy el pasaje
del Evangelio de san Juan (20:31). Tiene esto una cierta urgencia. En este Segundo Domingo de Pascua se
nos lanza un desafío a unirnos a la comunidad de creyentes –un sinnúmero de hombres y mujeres que dan
testimonio del poder de la fe de los Apóstoles.
No hay duda que este poder viene de Jesucristo. La
segunda lectura, del libro del Apocalipsis, relata la visión mística de Juan sobre el Hijo del Hombre, el cual
proclama: “Estuve muerto y de nuevo soy el que vive” (Apocalipsis 1:18). El Evangelio reúne a todos
excepto a Tomás para ver a Jesús resucitado y recibir
de él el Espíritu Santo. Al igual que Tomás, los que
hemos llegado más tarde debemos tener fe para poder
tener vida.
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LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Is 7:10-14, 8:10; Sal 40 (39):7-11; Heb 10:4
-10; Lc 1:26-38
Martes: Hch 4:32-37; Sal 93 (92):1-2,
5; Jn 3:7b-15
Miércoles: Hch 5:17-26; Sal 34 (33):2 -9; Jn 3:16-21
Jueves: Hch 5:27-33; Sal 34 (33):2, 9, 17-20; Jn
3:31-36
Viernes: Hch 5:34-42; Sal 27 (26):1, 4, 13-14;
Jn 6:1-15
Sábado: Hch 6:1-7; Sal 33 (32):1-2, 4-5, 18-19;
Jn 6:16-21
Domingo: Hch 5:27-32, 40b-41; Sal 30 (29):2, 4-6, 1113; Ap 5:11-14; Jn 21:1-19 [1-14]
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
La Iglesia católica es universal, extendida en diversas
naciones y culturas. A través de los siglos estas culturas han enriquecido la Tradición de la Iglesia con muchas tradiciones y devociones que van más allá de su
cultura de origen. La fiesta de la Divina Misericordia
es un buen ejemplo. Viene de una devoción que nació
en Polonia con la Hermana Faustina Kowalska (19051938) canonizada en el 2000. La devoción a la Divina
Misericordia se celebra el Segundo Domingo de Pascua y durante todo el año orando la Coronilla de la
Divina Misericordia. En latinoamérica se ha ido extendiendo esta devoción desde 1978 cuando fue aprobada por el Papa Paulo VI. En todas partes se puede
encontrar la imagen de la Divina Misericordia, Jesús
de pie con rayos rojos y blanco-azules que brillan desde su corazón hacia el mundo. Lleva el lema: Jesús,
confío en ti.
La finalidad de esta devoción es recordar al pecador que la misericordia de Dios es infinita e inagotable. Es una misericordia que debemos imitar para que
la paz pueda reinar en nuestros corazones y en nuestra
tierra.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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Primera lectura
Lectura del libro de los Hechos de los apóstoles
(5,12-16):
Los apóstoles hacían muchos signos y prodigios en
medio del pueblo. Los fieles se reunían de común
acuerdo en el pórtico de Salomón; los demás no se
atrevían a juntárseles, aunque la gente se hacia lenguas de ellos; más aún, crecía el número de los
creyentes, hombres y mujeres, que se adherían al Señor. La gente sacaba los enfermos a la calle, y los
ponía en catres y camillas, para que, al pasar Pedro, su
sombra, por lo menos, cayera sobre alguno. Mucha
gente de los alrededores acudía a Jerusalén, llevando a
enfermos y poseídos de espíritu inmundo, y todos se
curaban.
Salmo
Sal 117,2-4.22-24.25-27a
R/. Dad gracias al Señor porque es bueno, porque es eterna
su misericordia
Diga la casa de Israel:
eterna es su misericordia.
Diga la casa de Aarón:
eterna es su misericordia.
Digan los fieles del Señor:
eterna es su misericordia. R/.
La piedra que desecharon los arquitectos
es ahora la piedra angular
Es el Señor quien lo ha hecho,
ha sido un milagro patente.
Éste es el día en que actuó el Señor:
sea nuestra alegría y nuestro gozo. R/.
Señor, danos la salvación;
Señor, danos prosperidad.
Bendito el que viene en nombre del Señor,
os bendecimos desde la casa del Señor;
el Señor es Dios, él nos ilumina. R/.
AYUDAR AL PRÓJIMO
Si de veras quieres ayudar el alma de tu prójimo, debes primero acercarte a Dios con todo tu corazón. Simplemente pide a Dios que te llene de caridad. . . con ella podrás lograr lo que deseas.
—San Vicente Ferrer
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Segunda lectura
Lectura del libro del Apocalipsis (1,9-11a.12-13.17-19):
Yo, Juan, vuestro hermano y compañero en la tribulación,
en el reino y en la constancia en Jesús, estaba desterrado en
la isla de Patmos, por haber predicado la palabra, Dios, y
haber dado testimonio de Jesús. Un domingo caí en éxtasis
y oí a mis espaldas una voz potente que decía: «Lo que
veas escríbelo en un libro, y envíaselo a las siete Iglesias
de Asia.» Me volví a ver quién me hablaba, y, al volverme,
vi siete candelabros de oro, y en medio de ellos una figura
humana, vestida de larga túnica, con un cinturón de oro a
la altura del pecho. Al verlo, caí a sus pies como muerto.
Él puso la mano derecha sobre mí y dijo: «No temas: Yo
soy el primero y el último, yo soy el que vive. Estaba
muerto y, ya ves, vivo por los siglos de los siglos, y tengo
las llaves de la muerte y del abismo. Escribe, pues, lo que
veas: lo que está sucediendo y lo que ha de suceder más
tarde
Evangelio
Lectura del santo evangelio según san Juan (20,19-31):
Al anochecer de aquel día, el primero de la semana, estaban
los discípulos en una casa, con las puertas cerradas por
miedo a los judíos.
Y en esto entró Jesús, se puso en medio y les dijo: «Paz a
vosotros.»
Y, diciendo esto, les enseñó las manos y el costado. Y los
discípulos se llenaron de alegría al ver al Señor.
Jesús repitió: «Paz a vosotros. Como el Padre me ha enviado, así también os envío yo.»
Y, dicho esto, exhaló su aliento sobre ellos y les dijo:
«Recibid el Espíritu Santo; a quienes les perdonéis los pecados! quedan perdonados; a quienes se los retengáis, les
quedan retenidos.»
Tomás, uno de los Doce, llamado el Mellizo, no estaba con
ellos cuando vino Jesús. Y los otros discípulos le decían:
«Hemos visto al Señor.»
Pero él les contestó: «Si no veo en sus manos la señal de los
clavos, si no meto el dedo en el agujero de los clavos y no
meto la mano en su costado, no lo creo.»
A los ocho días, estaban otra vez dentro los discípulos y
Tomás con ellos. Llegó Jesús, estando cerradas las puertas,
se puso en medio y dijo: «Paz a vosotros.»
Luego dijo a Tomás: «Trae tu dedo, aquí tienes mis manos;
trae tu mano y métela en mi costado; y no seas incrédulo,
sino creyente.»
Contestó Tomás: «¡Señor Mío y Dios Mío!»
Jesús le dijo: «¿Porque me has visto has creído? Dichosos
los que crean sin haber visto.»
Muchos otros signos, que no están escritos en este libro,
hizo Jesús a la vista de los discípulos. Éstos se han escrito
para que creáis que Jesús es el Mesías, el Hijo de Dios, y
para que, creyendo tengáis vida en su nombre.