Bienvenidos a San Antonio de Padua. Hoy celebramos el

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Bienvenidos a San Antonio de Padua. Hoy celebramos el
Welcome to St. Anthony of Padua. Today we celebrate the:
Bienvenidos a San Antonio de Padua. Hoy celebramos el:
MARCH 1, 2015 - SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
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STEWARDSHIP & PARISH INFORMATION
St. Anthony of Padua Pastoral Staff
(559) 439-0124
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Rob D. Wenzinger ext. 104
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar : Rev. Bert Mello
Parish Deacons
Rev. Mr. Edward C. Valdez
Rev. Mr. Ricardo DeLeon
Parish Sisters
Sister, Flor Azevedo, FHIC
Sister, Rosa Maria Branco, FHIC
Sister/Hermana, Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ
Support Staff
Finance/Facilities
Tom Neumeier
[email protected]
Parish Administrator
Mary Mosier
[email protected]
Admin Asst. Clergy Appt’s
Chris Shiveley
[email protected]
Accts. Receivable
Lilli Angela Antonio
[email protected]
Bookkeeper
Sherry Otero
[email protected]
Webmaster
Lisa Hendey
[email protected]
Bulletin Editor
email bulletin articles to:
[email protected]
ext. 243
ext. 103
ext 101
ext 172
ext 120
FOR THE WEEKEND OF:
PARA EL FIN DE SEMANA DE:
FEB 22, 2015 plate income:
$25,701.00
Last year’s plate income:
$25,256.00
Difference:
+ $445.00
YEAR TO DATE PLATE COLLECTION
COLECTAS DEL AÑO HASTA LA FECHA
7/1/2013-12/31/2013
$349,824.77
7/1/2014-12/31/2014
$335,547.20
Difference:
- $14,277.57
WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR
CONTINUED GENEROSITY!
GRACIAS POR SU CONTINUA GENEROSIDAD!
WORKS-IN-PROGRESS
We are called to change - to constant
conversion every single day of our lives. God is
continually working on us; none of us is a
finished product. We are continually called to a
deeper relationship with Christ and a great
understanding of who Jesus is.
In today’s Gospel, Jesus goes through a
change - which gives Peter, James and John a
sneak peek of his post-Resurrection glory. But
Peter, James and John go through a change,
too. They were set on fire in the presence of
the transfigured Christ. Peter exclaimed,
“Rabbi, it is good that we are here!” Jesus was
bringing them more deeply into the mystery of the Messiah and Peter
wanted to remain in that moment.
Jesus wants to reveal himself to us this Lent in a new way and, in doing
so, bring us to a place of conversion as well. We need to be set on fire
in the presence of the transfigured Christ.
It is in this presence that we may face a painful realization – we are
wrecked with sin. The season of Lent is a season of penance for this
reason; we recognize that sin has made our lives messy and we need a
savior. We stand at the mountain with the Transfigured Christ and fall
on our faces, pleading for the Lord’s mercy.
This is the moment of conversion; it is the mountaintop experience
when we realize that Christ is more than a prophet or a teacher but that
Jesus is our savior. It is that moment when we realize that, in Christ, we
are made new and glorified. This week as we approach the
mountaintop with Peter, James, and John we are mindful of the ways
that we are still works-in-progress, and rejoice in the glimpse of what is
to come in our Transfigured Lord.©2014 Life Teen, Inc.
This weekend is our second collection to benefit our
Parish Improvement Fund. Thank you for your
support and prayers for our parish community!
Fast , Abstinence
and works of Love
BISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL
Please see page #10 for more
information. Our Bishop’s Annual
Appeal for Ministries pledge is part of
our Christian stewardship of treasure.
Our motivation for giving is gratitude
for all the blessings we have received from God. We must ask
ourselves, what return shall we make to the Lord? Please remember: no
gift is too small. Let God’s love shine through your generosity.
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DE CUARESMA - 1 DE MARZO DEL 2015
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MASS INTENTIONS, PRAYERS & PETITIONS
READINGS AND MASS INTENTIONS (March 1 - March 8, 2015)
SUNDAY’S READINGS CAN BE FOUND AT #887B
SUNDAY 3/1
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Español)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
MONDAY 3/2
6:45 am
8:00 am
TUESDAY 3/3
6:45 am
8:00 am
6:45 am
8:00 am
THURSDAY 3/5
6:45 am
8:00 am
FRIDAY 3/6
6:45 am
8:45am (School Mass)
5:15 pm (First Friday)
7:00 pm (Español)
SATURDAY 3/7
8:00 am (1st Sat)
5:15 pm
7:00 pm (Español)
2ND SUNDAY OF LENT / 2DO DOMINGO DE CUARESMA
† Rose Saroyan Kermoyan by Leo Kermoyan & family
† Nestor Alconcel by Connie Hortizuela
† Jaime H. Bueno by Martha de Bueno
† Jose Luna por Maria Luna
Pro Populo
† Meling Salvador by Marketa Limova
DN 9:4B-10; PS 79:8, 9, 11, 13; LK 6:36-38
† Louise & John Buffo by J. Silva
† William Thomas “Tommy” Mendoza by Alexandrina & family
IS 1:10, 16-20; PS 50:8-9, 16BC-17, 21, 23; MT 23:1-12
† Gina Mazzeo by John & Peg Mazzeo
Intentions of John C. Pintarelli by Rita D. Alvarado
JER 18:18-20; PS 31:5-6, 14-16; MT 20:17-28
† Ernie & Eric Hindman by Ali & Mom
† Marie Hill by Dee & Sally Lewis
JER 17:5-10; PS 1:1-4, 6; LK 16:19-31
† Frank Fagan by Sue Fagan
† Johnny Hopkins by Kit Hopkins
GN 37:3-4, 12-13A, 17B-28A; PS 105:16-21; MT 21:33-43, 45-46
† Jan Butterworth by Jim & Mary Lund
† Jack Hill by Steve & MaryClaire Polacek
Intentions of Amy Veneski by Marti & David Veneski
Intenciones para las familias de Confirmación
MI 7:14-15, 18-20; PS 103:1-4, 9-12; LK 15:1-3, 11-32
† Juanita Manzula by Manuel Manzula
Pro Populo
† Antonio Gallegos por su esposa y hijos
SUNDAY 3/8
3RD SUNDAY OF LENT / 3ER DOMINGO DE CUARESMA
EX 20:1-17 [1-3, 7-8, 12-17]; PS 19:8-11; 1 COR 1:22-25; JN 2:13-25
ALTERNATE READINGS (YEAR A): EX 17:3-7;PS 95:1-2, 6-9;
ROM 5:1-2, 5-8; JN 4:5-42 [5-15, 19B-26, 39A, 40-42]
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00 pm (Español)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
† Jan Butterworth by Ron & Kathi O’Rourke
† Samuel Joseph Wells by Vince & Norma Jean Liscano Family
† Lou Cartagena by Americo & Patricia Frediani
† Marco Alvarez por Zoila Alvarez
†
† Thomas Olson by Marketa Limova & Olson Family
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 2015
Mar 8, 2015
Remember to move your clock one hour
forward next Saturday night.
Sacraments Support Staff
(559) 439-0124
Infant Baptisms & Funerals
Teri Loera
ext 102
[email protected]
Marriage Coordinator
Lynn Medeiros
ext 116
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
ext 222
[email protected]
After 24 years of
dedicated Service
to St. Anthony of
Padua Church,
our Parish
Administrator,
Mrs. Mary Mosier has announced her
retirement. She has put in many, many
tireless hours of service not only to our
clergy, staff and ministries but to you
our valued parishioners. Please join us
in the Conference room for a reception
after the 9:30am mass Sunday March
1st in appreciation and to wish her
well in her new endeavors.
Thank you and may God Bless you for
your service!
My gratitude to Msgr.
Wenzinger and all the
Clergy. Deacons and
Sisters that I have been
honored to serve with
for 24 years. And to
our staff-such amazing talented,
dedicated employees and stewards of
our Faith - All of them, and each of you
enrich our lives and support one
another A very heartfelt thanks to our
ushers, parish organizations, families
and volunteers, because with you, our
faith, education and future have thrived
and given so many confidence and hope
for their future. Thank you for your
generous heart and help as I learned the
ropes and enjoyed all the amazing
liturgies, friendship and events as we
celebrated together. You have given me
a wonderful gift. I hope
I have served you well. Many Irish
blessings. Mary T. Mosier
MARCH 1, 2015 - SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Religious Education & Sacraments
(559) 439-0124
Children's Religious Education
Mary Socorro Briseño
ext 119
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Secretary
Aida Bolton
ext 115
[email protected]
High School Sacraments
Sharon Christison
ext 111
[email protected]
Youth Group Assistant
Jenise Coates
ext 110
[email protected]
SCHEDULED DATES:
March 1st
Sunday Class - 3:30pm-4:45pm
March 3rd
Tuesday Class - 6:30pm-7:45pm
March 5th
Thursday Sacramental Child/Parent Class
6:30pm-7:45pm - family activity - Social Hall
March 8th
Sunday Class - 3:30pm-4:45pm
Complete calendar at www.stanthonyfresno/EDUCATION/GIFT
For more information contact:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119 or [email protected]
REFLECTION
Having heard this passage many times before,
I still feel like I am left with more questions
than answers. Why did Elijah and Moses
appear? Why were the three apostles
terrified? Why did Jesus not want them to
speak a word about what they had seen? I
have often found it frustrating that I didn’t know
more about what was going on the mountain.
And yet, after reflecting upon this, I realize that
this allows me to relate to what it must have
been like for the apostles as they followed
Jesus. Even here, I see the three questioning
what Jesus said to them. As I follow the Lord
in my own life, I need to be humble enough to
acknowledge that I do not have all the
answers, but through complete faith I will be
led where the Spirit wants me to go.
Nathan, 18-LIFETEEN
EDGE Session 6:00pm till 7:15 Rm 22 - March 12th & 26th
Sacrament Night 4:00pm till 6:30pm:
You can download calendar for our next meetings
at www.stanthonyfresno.org.
For more info Call Jenise Coates at 439-0124.
LifeTeen
March 15th - Hitched
If you are interested in being a part of our Life Teen Ministry please call
Sharon Christison at 439-0124x111 or email:
[email protected]
He was Transfigured
Before them
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DE CUARESMA - 1 DE MARZO DEL 2015
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ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION & FAITH FORMATION
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS
Sessions are held every Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the
Conference Room. Anyone interested in completing
their sacraments of initiation ~ Baptism, Confirmation
or Eucharist ~ is welcome to join us.
Adult Religious Education-RCIA
And Sunday Pre-School
(559) 439-0124
Martha Danks-Ferguson
ext 114
[email protected]
@Pontifex Feb 20
The Sacraments are the manifestation of the
Father’s tenderness and love towards each of us.
S.A.Y.A Youth Pilgrimage to World Youth Day
Krakow, Poland 2016
@Pontifex Feb 19
Wherever there are men and women who have
consecrated their lives to God, there you find joy.
For more information about SAYA contact
Edgar Briseño @ 439-0124 *173 or
[email protected]
“Have the courage to be happy”
Pope's Message for World Youth Day
Saturday,
March 14, 2015
St. Anthony’s
Community Center
5pm
Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner
(Child Care with Pizza Dinner Available)
No Host Cocktails - Starting at 5pm - Dinner served 6:00 to 7:00pm
Live Auction & Raffles - 7:00pm
Tickets
Tickets available at Parish Office and form K of C Ticket Committee
Deadline for Advance tickets sales is Monday 8, 2015
Silent Auction—Raffle _ Live Auction
Advance Tickets Sale Price
Adults $15.00/Children 3-12 $10.00
(children under 3 no charge)
At-the-Door Ticket Price
Adults $20.00/Children 3-12 $15.00
(children under 3 no charge)
Traditional Irish Music & Dancing
Take Out Dinner Available:
Ordered in advance $15.00, at the door $20.00
Make checks payable to:
Knights of Columbus Council 6092
Ticket Chairman - Andrew Dubbels 244-9752
Proceeds for St. Anthony Parish & Knights of Columbus 6092
“The Knights of Columbus are selling tickets to their incredibly
Irish St. Patrick’s Dinner after mass today.”
Fundraiser
Pilgrimage to World
Youth Day Krakow,
Poland 2016
If you would like to
sponsor a youth
fully, partially or our
group in general
please contact
Edgar Briseño @
439-0124 *173 or
[email protected]
stanthonyfresno.org
THANK YOU FOR
CONSIDERING A
DONATION!
Your donation is
tax deductible.
Thanks to all of our sponsors that are
supporting us in this pilgrimage!
Lenten
STATION OF
THE CROSS
Join us every Friday during Lent
6:00 p.m. Guadalupe Chapel.
MARCH 1, 2015 - SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
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PARISH MINISTRIES
Parish Ministries
(559) 439-0124
Norma Jean Liscano
ext 105
Ministries Secretary
[email protected]
Sister Rosa
ext 112
[email protected]
Sister Flor
ext 122
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
ext 222
[email protected]
ST. ANTHONY’S
FOOD DRIVE
This Weekend!
(ICF) ITALIAN CATHOLIC
FEDERATION
ANNUAL FRIDAY LENTEN DINNERS
Friday, March 6, 13, 20,
& 27 (last dinner)
$10.00 Adults - $5.00
children under 6
We will be serving ‘Fish & Chips’ every
Friday during Lent. Meal includes:
Salad, Bread, Butter & Dessert
Thank you in advance for supporting our
ministry! Call Antoinette for more info at:
431-9536.
QUEEN OF THE HOLY
FAMILY GUILD
All women of the parish are
invited to attend our meetings.
This is a group of dedicated
women of St. Anthony’s
Parish. The proceeds of all fundraising
events purchase altar bread and wine.
Next meeting Thursday, March 5th @
5:30pm in the Sierra Boardroom
located in the Parish Office. For
questions, please call Rose Marie at:
314-5452 or Alice at: 222-7005.
ST. ANN’S BRIDGE CLUB
Join us next Monday,
March 9, @ 12noon in
the Conference Room
for a game of cards
and refreshments.
Interested Bridge
players are invited. Call for reservations
to: Rose Marie at:
439-2601 or Ann at: 439-1649.
HOMEBOUND MEETING FOR EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS
of HOLY COMMUNION
The next meeting will be Monday, March 2, 2015 @ 10am in the
Conference Room or 7pm in the Parish Office Boardroom. Our
guest speaker will be: Suzanne Swanson, LCSW MFCC, will be our
guest speaker. Any questions? Contact Sr. Rosa at: 439-0124 ext. 112.
“When you have received Holy Communion, close your eyes of your soul.
Then look upon Jesus in the center of your heart.” ~ St. Teresa of Avila
SENIORS: Please join us for an informative session regarding an
important subject. Guest Speaker: Sylvia Miller, Ed.D., R.N.
Associate Professor of Nursing, CSUF
Topic: End of Life Planning
Date: Tuesday, March 3, 11:30am at Pardini’s, (Shaw & Van Ness)
Entrée: Corned Beef Price: $13.50 All reservations must be paid
in Advance at the Church Office, or mailed to: St. Anthony of
Padua Church, 5770 N. Maroa Ave., Fresno, CA 93704 no later than
Wednesday, February 25th. Hope to see you there!
Questions? Please call Antoinette @ 431-9536
† FIRST FRIDAY MASS † MARCH 6th @ 5:30pm
Everyone is welcome to join the St. Padre Pio Devotees as they gather for
Mass at 5:30pm in Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel followed by
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Benediction, and immediately
following a conclusion of prayers for the intercession of St. Padre Pio.
“If we only knew how God regards this Sacrifice, we would risk our lives to be present at a
single Mass.” ~ St. Pio of Pietrelcino
FIRST SATURDAY MASS
March 7, @ 8:00am followed by the Rosary to Our Lady of the
Miraculous. Guadalupe Chapel.
GRIEF JOURNEY SUPPORT GROUP
St. Anthony of Padua Parish will start the second half of the Grief
Support Sessions 6-weeks @ 9:00am in the Parish Office Boardroom
beginning: Every Saturday, March 7 thru April 25, 2015
Given by: Sylvia Miller, Ed.D, RN Faith Community Nurse
The Grief Journey is a unique transition for all who experiences the
loss of a loved one, but you do not have to travel this journey alone.
Anyone who has lost a loved one and is going through the grief
process is encouraged to attend.
Questions? Call Sr. Rosa at: 439-0124,x 112.
St. Anthony of Padua Church 5770 N. Maroa Ave. Fresno, CA 93704
LEGION OF MARY
Attention all active and auxiliar y member s of the SA Legion of
Mary. The annual auxiliary function will be held Saturday, March 14,
2015 at St. Antony Parish Serra Board Room. Come and join us for
refreshment and afternoon of enjoyment. All new comers are welcome.
For more information please call Margarita Molano @ 559 322-0710
NEXT - Taizé Prayer Service Monday, March 23, 2015
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PARISH MINISTRIES & OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
TUESDAY NIGHT FAITH BIBLE STUDY
Instructor: Deacon Ed Valdez - Time: 7 to 8:30pm
Where: Room #21 - Class begins with prayer the
Rosary, meditation… Church teachings, the Sunday
readings and much more. Bring your Bibles, Catechism & a Friend. See
you there! “Always be ready to give a reason for your hope” ~ 1 Peter 3:15
INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP
This group meets every Tuesday in Our Lady of
Guadalupe Chapel at 6:30pm to pray the Rosary,
the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, prayers for the
intentions of the Blessed Mother, the Church and our
priests, and intentions of ill parishioners. And review the readings for
the following Sunday. All are welcome to join us at anytime.
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS
This group meets every Wednesday 10am-11am in the
Parish Office Boardroom for recitation of the Holy Rosary,
Prayers for Pope Francis, and meditation on one of the
messages from the book: “To the Priests, Our Lady’s
Beloved Sons.” Questions? Call Vera Cruz at: 349-2802.
CENTERING PRAYER
This group meets in the Parish Office Boardroom on
Wednesday’s at 6:30pm. For questions about this class,
please contact: Lisa Washio at: 285-8630
CENACLES OF MARY
This group meets from 9am-10am every Thursday morning in the
Parish Office Boardroom. They recite the scriptural Rosary, for
vocations, all Priests, for spiritual needs & special intentions for our
parish. Newcomers are welcome.
WOMEN’S THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY
This group meets every Thursday Mornings 10-11:30am
Location: Room #21 / Childcare provided in Room #24
Study: “ Untold Blessings, Three Paths to Holiness”
by Fr. Robert Barron
Cost for Workbook: $13.00 Any questions? Call Nivia at:
285-2727 or Dina at: 960-7116. All women are welcome!
STRESS IN YOUR MARRIAGE?
See pg#10 for more
information.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
ABOUT ANNULMENTS,
REMARRIAGE & CANON LAW
St. Anthony of Padua Church
Presents…
Rev. Michael Burchfield, J.C.L., M.C. L.
Adjutant Judicial Vicar of the
Diocese of Fresno
All are welcome to attend this one day
session with Fr. Michael Burchfield on
the Code of Canon Law
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
@ 6:30pm in the Conference Room
For questions please contact the Office of
Ministries at: 439-0124, ext. 112.
MARK YOUR
CALENDARS:
DIVINE MERCY
MISSION
APRIL 13, 14, & 15
More details forthcoming, please
check upcoming bulletins.
St. Agnes Mission News
DIVORCE & SEPARATED GROUP
This group meets every Friday @ 6:30pm in Room #22. Everyone is
welcome. If you have any questions please contact the Office of
Ministries at: 439-0124, ext. 112.
St Anthony of Padua Charismatic Prayer Group
Please join us, let’s praise and worship our God through
songs, inspired teachings and powerful life conversion
experiences and stories. We pray the rosary and chaplet of
Divine Mercy from 6:40 to 7:15 p.m. Let us give Glory to
God! We meet every Friday @ 7:30pm in Room #23. All are
welcome! For more information please call: Christy Villas:
271-1246 or Sr Rosa Maria Branco: 439-0124, ext. 112.
JACOB’S LADDER
This Ministry is a prayer chain for those in need of special intentions,
such as: serious illness, emergency or crisis situations, major changes
or decisions, etc. If you would like us to add a name to this prayer chain
or are in need of prayer, please contact the Office of Ministries at: 4390124, ext. 105.
“We must pray without tiring, for the salvation of mankind does not depend upon
material success...but on Jesus alone.” ~ St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
St. Agnes Mission Support Staff
Parish Administrator
Annette Amparano 394-5058
[email protected]
Director of Religious Ed.
Phyllis Carmona 299-5549
Hispanic Ministries
Miguel Mireles 259-4205
STATION OF THE CROSS
Join us every Friday in Lent 6:00 p.m.
Bilingual @ the Mission
MARCH 1, 2015 - SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
PAGINA 8
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Hispanic Ministries Staff
(559) 439-0124
Hispanic Ministries Director
Director de Ministerios Hispanos
Edgar Briseno
ext 173
[email protected]
Hispanic Ministries Assistant
Asistente de Ministerios Hispanos
Hna. Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ ext. 113
[email protected]
El SACRAMENTO
DE BAUTISMO
Bautismos se
celebran en San
Antonio de Padua los
sábados a las
9:00am o los
domingos a las 2:30pm. Los padres deben
programar la fecha de bautismo y la clase
de preparación bautismal en la oficina
parroquial. Preinscripción para la
clase pre bautismal es requerida.
El Bautismo debe ser conferido en las
primeras semanas después del nacimiento
de un niño. Los padrinos deben ser
católicos practicantes.
SACRAMENTO DE MATRIMONIO
Las parejas deben
contactar la oficina
parroquial para
hacer una cita con la
Coordinadora de
matrimonios por lo
menos seis meses antes de cualquier fecha
TRABAJO-EN-PROGRESO
Estamos llamados a cambiar – a una
constante conversión cada día de nuestras
vidas. Dios está trabajando continuamente en
nosotros; Ninguno de nosotros es un producto
terminado. Continuamente estamos llamados
a una relación más profunda con Cristo y con
una gran comprensión de quién es Jesús.
En el Evangelio de hoy Jesús pasa a través de
un cambio - que da a Pedro, Jaime y Juan un
adelanto de su gloria de post-resurrección.
Pero Pedro, Jaime y Juan también pasan por
un cambio. Sus corazones ardieron ante la
presencia de Cristo transfigurado. Pedro
exclamó: "Maestro, ¡qué a gusto estamos
aquí!" Jesús los estaba llevando más profundamente en el misterio del
Mesías y Pedro quería permanecer en ese momento.
Jesús desea revelarse a nosotros esta Cuaresma de una manera
nueva y, al hacerlo, también nos trae a un lugar de conversión. Nuestro
corazón tiene que arder ante la presencia de Cristo transfigurado.
Es en esta presencia que podemos enfrentar una dolorosa realización
– estamos destrozados por el pecado. El tiempo de Cuaresma es un
tiempo de penitencia por esta razón; Reconocemos que el pecado ha
hecho nuestra vida un desastre y necesitamos a un Salvador. Estamos
presentes en la montaña con Cristo transfigurado que se postra frente
a nosotros, abogando por la misericordia del señor
Este es el momento de conversión; es la experiencia en la cima de la
montaña cuando nos damos cuenta de que Cristo es más que un
profeta o un maestro pero que Jesús es nuestro Salvador. Es ese
momento cuando nos damos cuenta de que, en Cristo, volvemos a
hacer nuevos y ser glorificados. Esta semana al acercarnos a la cima
de la montaña con Pedro, Jaime y Juan entramos conscientes de las
formas en que somos todavía trabajo-en-progreso y nos regocijamos
en la visión de lo que está por venir en nuestro Señor Transfigurado.
©2014 Life Teen, Inc.
SEGUNDA COLECTA Este fin de semana es nuestra
segunda colecta para el mantenimiento de nuestra
parroquia. Gracias por su apoyo y sus oraciones.
ESTACIONES DE LA CRUZ / VÍA CRUCIS
y MISA DEL PRIMER VIERNES
Oraciones y Peticiones
ORAR POR LOS ENFERMOS: Oremos
por todos aquellos que están enfermos.
Para que puedan sentir el poder sanador
de Dios a través de nuestras
oraciones.
CONDOLENCIAS: Oremos
por todos los fieles difuntos.
Oh Señor, concédeles el
descanso eterno, y deja que
brille para ellos la luz
perpetua. Que descansen en paz.
Acompáñanos próximo Viernes 6 de marzo, 2015
7pm Capilla de Guadalupe
TENSIÓN EN SU MATRIMONIO?
Retrouvaille en un programa para parejas casadas
que se sienten aburridos, desilusionados, frustrados, o
enojados en su matrimonio. Para información
confidencial acerca del programa o registrarse
para el siguiente Fin De Semana, en Español, en Fresno, Marzo 1315, 2015. por favor llame al (559) 935-1424 o por email:
[email protected] , (559) 367-6575 o por Email:
[email protected]
SEGUNDO DOMINGO DE CUARESMA - 1 DE MARZO DEL 2015
PAGINA 9
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS / HISPANIC MINISTRIES
FECHAS PROGRAMADAS:
1 de marzo
Clase del Domingo - 3:30pm-4:45pm
5 de marzo
Jueves Clase Sacramental para Niños y Padres
6:30pm-7:45pm - padres en el salón # 24
8 de marzo
Clase del Domingo - 3:30pm-4:45pm
@Pontifex Febrero 20
Los Sacramentos manifiestan la ternura y el amor
del Padre con cada uno de nosotros.
@Pontifex Febrero 18
Señor, concédenos la gracia de reconocernos
pecadores.
Calendario Completo en www.stanthonyfresno/EDUCATION/GIFT
Para mas información comuníquese con:
Mary Briseño al 439-0124 ext. 119 o [email protected]
Cuaresma “Un tiempo para vivir en el desierto y escuchar la voz
de Jesús, corrigiendo los defectos que todos tenemos, y haciendo
frente a las tentaciones que cada día nos atacan”. Papa Francisco
1 de MARZO
HOY CLASE Y REUNIÓN 3:30PM-5PM
6 de MARZO
VÍA CRUCIS Y MISA 7PM
8 de MARZO
HOY CLASE Y REUNIÓN 3:30PM-5PM
Calendario de Propósitos
Cuaresmales
Instrucciones
+En el nombre del Padre y del Hijo y del
Espíritu Santo. Amen
Rezar: Oh Jesús mío…, Ave María, Padre
Nuestro.
Si realizaste el propósito del día
Marca con una palomina.
Si no realizaste el propósito del día,
Marca con una cruz
SACRAMENTOS PARA
ADULTOS
mi Comunión por
Mar 1 Ofreceré
las almas del purgatorio.
CLASES COMIENZAN EL
DOMINGO 1 DE MARZO
10:30AM - SALÓN #21
diré a mi familia que la
Mar 2 Le
quiero mucho.
CAMINO DE FE es un programa de formación a los sacramentos
para todos los adultos que aun no han recibido su Primera Comunión
o Confirmación. Ya recibiste tus sacramentos pero ¿te gustaría
conocer y crecer más en tu fe? Entonces te invitamos a que seas
parte de este proceso de crecimiento. Clases para el nuevo curso
de formación comenzarán el DOMINGO 1ro de marzo a las 10:30am.
Para mas información hablar con Edgar al 439-0124 ext.173
o con Hermana Tere a la extensión #113
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN
Miércoles a las 7:00pm en el Salón #24 de la escuela. Acompáñanos
Elevare una oración a la
Mar 3 Virgen por la pureza de los
jóvenes.
por los enfermos de
Mar 4 Orare
los hospitales.
por los hogares
Mar 5 Rezare
desunidos.
por los niños
Mar 6 Orare
desamparados.
ESTUDIO DE BIBLIA
Jueves de 6:30 a 8:00pm Salón #21 Acompáñanos y trae tu Biblia!
Horario de Verano 2015
8 de Marzo , 2015
Recuerde de adelantar su reloj una hora
el próximo sábado por la noche.
Mar 7 En este día me confesare
Ofreceré la Santa Misa por
Mar 8 las vocaciones
sacerdotales.
PAGINA / PAGE 10
MARCH 1, 2015 - SECOND SUNDAY OF LENT
OTHER NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
ReflecƟons
on Sunday's
Readings
Sacredness and Dignity of the
Human Person
When God created us, he made us in his
image and likeness. That means that every
human being has a special value and
purpose. We need to care for each other so
that we can be the people that God calls us
to be.
✝ God never leaves us. He created each of
us as unique, valuable persons and works
actively in our lives, desiring that we grow
closer to him. How has God been at work
in our lives during these first days of
Lent?
✝ Today’s readings show us that God
gives tangible reminders of his committed
love and his desire to be present to us: the
rainbow after the flood, Jesus’ preaching,
the waters of Baptism. How do we act as
tangible reminders of God’s love,
especially to those who are most in need?
✝ This week’s CRS Rice Bowl Story of
Hope takes us to Tanzania, where we are
reminded of the important role a
community can play in supporting an
individual’s work. This takes trust and
commitment—two themes apparent in
today’s readings. Am I committed to
myself, my God and my neighbor? How
do I show this trust and commitment, and
where is there room for growth?
Hungering for a Better Life Our journey
with CRS Rice Bowl begins in Tanzania,
where a simple soybean is changing lives!
What actions can you take this Lent to
change lives—at home and around the
BISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL
The Bishop’s Annual Appeal (BAA) begins in the fall of each year and
provides for a critical portion of the yearly funding needed to support
key ministries and services which are administered by the bishop’s
staff at the diocesan offices. A sacrificial offering to the Annual Appeal
affirms your support of these four important diocesan ministries;
Seminarians/Vocations, Catechetic, Family Life and Youth Ministries.
All of these ministries are important components to the vitality and
future of the church as they assure the education and formation of our
priests, provide for the spiritual foundation of children and adults, help
to strengthen family life and marriages as well as engaging our youth
in the Catholic faith.
Bishop Armando X. Ochoa notes that fundamental to our lives as
Catholics is the realization that everything we have is a gift from God
and that we are called to be stewards of God’s abundant blessings by
sharing our gifts and by living our mission to go forth as instruments of
the Lord with renewed conviction, with confidence and hope. Please
remember: no gift is too small. Let God’s love shine through your
generosity.
To the many parishioner/donors to the appeal,
Bishop Ochoa is always thankful for your support
of our diocesan ministries and vocations. Bishop
Ochoa also recognizes the sacrificial giving of our
parishioners throughout our diocese and also
acknowledges the tireless efforts of our priests in
promoting this important campaign. The Annual
Appeal is scheduled to conclude in June of 2014
although individual donors may continue to pay
on their campaign pledges through the end of the
summer. Remember that if every Catholic in the
Diocese of Fresno contributed $5 to the appeal,
we would easily surpass our goal of $900,000.
You can make your contribution online through
PayPal through the Diocese of Fresno webpage. Just select your
parish (St. Anthony of Padua) then click the Donate button. Just $5
per Catholic! Won’t you help?
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Insuring your
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their future.
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Parishioners
448-9580
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Lic # 417057
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BULLARD PHARMACY
Hours M-F 8:30-7, Sat. 9-5
2026 W. Bullard at West
St. Anthony’s Parishioner
438-0111
Compliments of
CRIBARI
VINEYARDS
Serving the Clergy for Four Generations
[email protected]
Fresno
Felix Haro
Realtor ®
559.307.9522
JK
DENTAL CLINIC
General Dentistry & Orthodontics
Most Insurance & Medi-Cal Welcome
HENRY FAJARDO, D.M.D.
Open Mon-Sat: 9am-6pm • Se Habla Español
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224-5988 • 224-5989
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LET OUR FAMILY CARE FOR YOUR FAMILY!
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Fellow, Academy of General Dentistry
Veterans of Foreign Wars Life Member
Fax: 559.436.0938
[email protected]
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John W. Feaster, D.D.S.
Fresno Comprehensive Dentist for 30 years
Lindsey Scott, D.D.S.
METALS CARDBOARD
CRV
Faces!
2345 W. Belmont Ave., Fresno
559-48METAL
CENTER FOR FACIAL AESTHETICS AND REJUVENATION
Medically Supervised
Weight Loss
PETER T. TRUONG, M.D.
6137 N. Thesta St., Ste. 101A
434-9497 • Ft. Washington & Friant Rd.
(559) 447-9056
www.facialsurgerydr.com
Surgeon & Parishioner
2150 E. McKinley Ave. Fresno CA 93703
(559) 268-7646
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The Salcedo Family
Grocery and Natural Foods, Quality at affordable prices
Deli, Homemade Salads and Dishes
Kid’s Day Activities, First Saturday of every month from 2-4 PM
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(559) 432-3306
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The Finest in Banquets
(559) 222-2453
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Sullivan, Burns & Blair Funeral Home FD 1146
Catholic Funeral Directors
Family and Cosmetic Dentistry
Call 222-9923
1525 E. Saginaw Way – Fresno, CA – 558.227.4048
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Donald Cardell FD1185 Mgr.
for an Appointment
125 E. Barstow Avenue, Ste 101
www.smilesbydrdonan.com
Most Dental Insurance Accepted
Gentle & Professional Staff
Hablamos Español
“2 Generations Serving Fresno for Over 35 Years”
Flooring and Complete Remodeling
“You Dream It, WE’LL DO IT”
559-436-0677
Fig Tree Plaza
SE Corner of Bullard and West
www.JaimesHomeDesigns.com
Christine Shirinian - Parishioner
Jaime Martinez - Parishioner
Lic. #842258
1932 E. Home
(559)
Mention Bulletin for
264 N. Blythe Ave., Fresno
559-488-7449
www.DioceseofFresno.org/cemeteries
Janine
Esquivel
Abogada/Attorney
La Abogada
Habla Español
Ph: (559) 439-2991
2377 W. Shaw # 208, Fresno, CA
Parishioner/Accepting New Patients
Accepts VISA and MC
Speaks Tagalog and Spanish
10% OFF
DeMera
Certified Public
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Accountants
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LLP
Suite 101, 5080 North Fruit
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559.226.9200 www.ddccpa.com
Brian or Sally, coordinators
860.399.1785
an Official
Travel Agency
of AOS-USA
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NICHOLAS ORME, MD, INC.
General Practice
Bi-Lingual - Spanish
Parishioner
Chaz’s Riverpark Auto Repair
PHONE: (559) 435-6099
FAX: (559) 435-6098
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7255 N. ABBY ST.
FRESNO, CA 93650
6183 N. Fresno St. #101
432-5003
Lunch & Dinner - 7 Days a Week
5279 N. Blackstone Ave. (559) 435-6570
Joe Nino
OWNER
[email protected]
PARISHIONER
Mausoleums, Traditional Ground Burial
Niches for Cremation
Competitive Prices
Affordable Pre-Need Financing Available
Se Habla Español
FAMILY LAW
IMMIGRATION
268-6286
Catherine Irasusta, D.D.S.
Gentle Family Dentistry
& Orthodontics
St. Peter’s, Holy Cross, Calvary
BANKRUPTCY
Heating • Sheet Metal • Refrigeration
125 E. Barstow, Suite 129
(Blackstone and Barstow,
behind Auto Zone)
221-7303
221-0578
Knights of Columbus,
Past 3rd & 4th Degrees Grand Knight
Hanford, CA
Maurice Cameron & Bill Warmerdam
JC MELTON
AIR CONDITIONING
Diocese of Fresno
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A way for you to partner with service
providers who support your parish through
their sponsorship of the parish bulletin.
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Don Scordino
Michael W. Berdinella
490-1590
Accident Injury and Criminal Law
Attorney At Law
Real Estate Broker
Certified Residential Specialist
DRE #00554312
436-8000
[email protected]
www.DonScordino.com
St. Anthony’s
School
Graduate and
Parishioner
726 W. Barstow, Fresno, CA
(Palm and Barstow)
St. Anthony’s Parishioner Since 1979
Se Habla Español
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Lic. # 737958
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224-1005
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