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Holy Rosary Church - Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church
Holy Rosary Church
Iglesia del Santo Rosario
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Undécimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
June 12, 2016
Mass Schedule/Horario de Misas
Saturday Vigil/Sábado de Vigilia
5:30pm
Sunday/Domingo
7:15am, 8:45am,10:30am
12:10pm and 1:45pm Spanish/Español
5:30pm Life Teen/ Jóvenes
Weekday/Diarias
Lauds & Rosary/Laudes y Rosario
Mass/Misa
Vespers/Vísperas
Mass/Misa
7:30am
8:00am
5:15pm
5:30pm
Holy Days/Días Santos
Vigil/Vigilia 5:30pm
Mass/Misa
8:00am, 10:00am, 5:30pm
7:30pm Spanish/Español
Reconciliation/Reconciliación
Saturday/Sábado
4:00–5:00pm
Daily/Diario
Upon request/ A petición
Eucharistic Adoration/Adoración del Santísimo
Weekday/Durante la Semana First Friday/Primer Viernes
8:30am–5pm
24 hours/24 horas
Parish Office
1313 A Street
Antioch, CA 94509
Phone: (925) 757-4020
Fax: (925) 757-6828
Español: (925) 757-4084
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.holyrosaryantioch.org
Office Hours:
Monday–Friday
8:30am–8:00pm
(closed 12pm–1:30pm)
Saturday
9:00am–4:00pm
Sunday
Staff will be available in the courtyard after Mass
Photos from Mass on June 5, 2016
Holy Rosary Mission Statement/Declaración de la Misión del Santo Rosario
To be disciples and to make disciples.
Ser discípulos de Jesús y hacer discípulos.
Our vision is to
To become a center of formation for discipleship and evangelization.
Llegar a ser un centro de formación para el discipulado y la evangelización
Parish Administration
Fr. Roberto Corral, O.P., Pastor
757-4020
Fr. Francisco Vicente, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Fr. David Bello, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Fr. Bart Hutcherson, O.P., Parochial Vicar
Jackie Hooke, Pastoral Associate
757-9515
Deacon Jerry Grigg
757-4020
Deacon Charles Silvernale, O.P.
757-4020
Dominicans in Residence
Fr. Edward Krasevac, O.P.
Parish Office 757-4020
Oficina Parroquial
Barbara Daniels, Office Manager
Elena Zermeño, Secretary
Jorge Aragon, Finance/Business Manager
Religious Education (CCD)
Jackie Hooke
Janet Branson, Secretary
Rita Cross, Secretary
757-9515
Holy Rosary School757-1270
Timothy Hooke, Principal
Youth Ministry757-9515
Lizette Suarez
Music Ministry
757-1977
John Glick, Director of Music Ministry & Liturgy
Beatriz Figueroa, Renovación
Carolina Bruno, Unidos en Cristo
437-4074
Jose Cadena, Voces de Cristo
Nicholas Hernandez, Santo Rosario
Hermanas Dominicas757-7333
Sor. Raquel Avelar, O.P.
Sor. Maria de Los Angeles Gomes Ramirez, O.P.
Sacramentos/Quinceaneras/CCD
Alejandrina Martinez
757-4084
Registration
Baptism
Please stop by the
church office or visit
our website to register.
Registration enables you
to enroll in sacramental
and Religious Education
programs and receive
regular parish mailings
1st and 3rd Sundays of
the month (Last Sunday
in Spanish) at 3:30pm in
the church. You must be a
registered Parishioner at
Holy Rosary. To register
for baptism, please call
the church office at least
two months prior to
preferred date.
[email protected] holyrosaryantioch.org
www.holyrosaryantioch.org
Pastoral Council / Consejo Pastoral
Teresa Celli
Cathryn Freitas
Suzanne Glynn
Cara Grahman
Bob McDonald
Larry Mori
Chris Trotta
Cathy Vanderklught
Finance Committee / Consejo Economico
Fr. Roberto Corral
Jorge Aragon
Domingo Delgadillo
Jackie Hooke
Liza Lucio
Bob Martin
Joe Stiglich
*Holy Cross Cemetery
Holy Angels Funeral & Cremation Services
East 18th Street, Antioch
925-757-0658
*We recommend using Catholic Funeral & Cemetery
Services at Holy Cross Cemetery. Their staff will contact the
parish office to assist you with your arrangements.
Photography by Juan Tinnirello
Bulletin Board cases designed
by Kathy Sturgeon
Bulletin Editor
Karri Reiser
[email protected]
(deadline for admission into next week's bulletin is 5pm Monday)
Additional images courtesy of https://www.google.com/search
Sacrament of
Anointing of the Sick
Weddings
Weddings should be
scheduled at least six
If you have a serious
months in advance.
or ongoing illness or if
Preparation information
you are scheduled for
is available at the church
surgery, contact the
church office immediately office. Please call us at
757-4020 for details.
at 757-4020
Today at Holy Rosary
This Week at Holy Rosary
Sunday 6/12
Monday 6/13
Tuesday 6/14
Hispanic Dominican Laity9:30am Rectory Basement
Hispanic Baptism Class 6:00pm Church
YLI
6:00pm Dominican Hall
Cafe
6:30pm Rectory Basement
Hispanic Charismatic 6:30pm Church
Liturgy Meeting
7:00pm Parish Center
Charismatic Prayer Group7:30pm Chapel
Wednesday 6/15Legion of Mary
8:30am Rectory Basement
Knights of Columbus
7:30pm Rectory Basement
Hispanic Community 7:00pm Rectory Basement
Thursday 6/16 Hispanic Womens Grp 6:30pm Rectory Basement
Friday 6/17 Ladies Night
5:30pm Parish Center
Saturday 6/18 Baptisms
11:00am Church
Confessions
4:00pm Church
Totally Elvis 6:00pm Dominican Hall
Capital Campaign
Thank you to everyone who participated in the
International Food and Wine Tasting to benefit
the Building for our Future campaign. We are
pleased to report that the event raised more
than $17,000 for the patio and restroom project!
Even if you were unable to attend the event, it’s
not too late support the project.
Create a lasting legacy at Holy Rosary Church
by purchasing a personalized engraved
brick for the newly renovated patio area.
Commemorate your family or the special
people in your life; remember deceased loved
ones; or celebrate a special occasion—such
as a birth, First Communion, wedding or
anniversary. A brick will cement your place
in the history of the parish while supporting
important capital projects to provide a
beautiful new outdoor gathering space and
create a more hospitable environment.
Go to the parish website (www.
holyrosaryantioch.org) to download an order
form or to order your brick(s) online. Forms
are also available at the Parish Office. Help us
pave the way to success!
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Staff will be in the courtyard to assist you
Hispanic Dominican Laity in Rectory
Basement
The Collection Report
1st Collection
$19,095.78
EFT
$386.68
Total
$19,482.46
Religious Education
$673.00
Today's 2nd collection is for:
Diocesan Tax
Next Week's 2nd collection is for:
Buildings and Grounds
St. Vincent de Paul
Our volunteers at St. Vincent de Paul need
your help. In order to keep up with the
demands of our struggling economy, they are
asking for donations of specific items each
month to help restock their shelves to better
serve those in need.
This month they need the following items:
Macaroni & Cheese - 7.2 oz. box
Canned Peaches - 15 ounce can
Tuna - 5 ounce can
Pork & Beans - 15 ounce can
Please check food labels for expiration dates.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Eleventh Sunday in
Ordinary Time
Monday: St. Anthony of Padua
Tuesday: Flag Day
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary
Mass Intentions
Saturday
8:00 am
June 11th
Sunday
June 12th
Readings for the Week
Felipa Vicente†
5:30 pm
Wayne Frederich†
7:15 am
Padilla-Reynoso Family
(Special Intention)
8:45 am
April Clifton
(Special Intention)
10:30 am
Joaquin Flores†
12:10 pm Maria Toribio Hernández†
1:45 pm
Aurora Castillo†
Benjamin Lopez Goday
Nicholas Hernandez Galvan†
5:30 pm
George Artus
(Birthday)
June 13th 8:00 am
Communion Service
5:30 pm
Karabinos Family
Monday:
1 Kgs 21:1-16; Ps 5:2-3ab,4b-7; Mt 5:38-42
Tuesday:
1 Kgs 21:17-29; Ps 51:3-6ab,
11,16; Mt 5:43-48
Wednesday: 2 Kgs 2:1, 6-14; Ps 31:20, 21, 24; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Thursday:
Sir 48:1-14; Ps 97:1-7; Mt 6:7-15
Friday:
2 Kgs 11:1-4, 9-18, 20;
Ps 132:11-14, 17-18; Mt 6:19-23
Saturday:
2 Chr 24:17-25; Ps 89:4-5, 29-34; Mt 6:24-34
Sunday:
Zec 12:10-11; 13:1; Ps 63:2-6, 8-9; Gal 3:26-29; Lk 9:18-24
Monday
Tuesday
8:00 am
5:30 pm
June 14th
Dale Grgurina†
Paul Collins
Wednesday
June 15th 8:00 am Maria Toribio Hernández†
5:30 pm
All Souls
Thursday
8:00 am
June 16th
Friday
8:00 am
June 17th
Luis Padilla†
5:30 pm Frank & Gertrude Mendivil
5:30 pm
Saturday
8:00 am
5:30 pm
Sunday
7:15 am
8:45 am
10:30 am
12:10 pm
1:45 pm
5:30 pm
Julio Del Chiaro†
Alvaro Acuña†
June 18th
Maria Thom Thi Ngnyen†
Tom Martinez†
June 19th
Juan Palas Bello†
Rosa Del Chiaro†
Antonio & Inez Alvernaz†
Ging Pangilinan†
Alvaro Acuna†
The DiMarco Family
Adam Ruíz
(Birthday)
Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
June 12, 2016
I live, no longer I, but Christ lives in me.
— Galatians 2:20
Please Pray for
Jose Almendarez
Placida Almendarez
Robert Altamerano
Pablo, Priscila &
Primitivo Arellano
Rosalina Arellano
Ruben Badeo Sr.
Louis Bodiford
Virginia Canada
Marcus Cardona
The Castro Family
Theresa Falduti
Cristina Figueroa
James Fish
Luisa Fong
Yelba Freij
Benjamin Lopez Godey
Maria Dolores Gomez
Micaela Gomez
Pablo Gomez
Lois Hernandez
Ann Hess
Julian Alejandro Illescas
Amador Jimenez
Charles Kain
Wilma Keim
Megan Knight
Donna Koehler
John Lawrence
Audrey Leonard
Roseann Leverich
HEAVEN-MADE
Elise Lopez
Charles MacNair
Mercy Madrid
Enrique Martinez
Cruz Javier Medina
Samar Mendoza
Joseph Ming
William Myers
Mary Pack
Eduardo Padilla
Andy Patina
The Rivera Family
Gina Rubin
Lety Silahua
Violette Skaggs
Lucy Tamayo
Sue Temen
Alicia Tinnirello
Amh Tran
Alicia Valle
Emilio Valle
Anna VanTassel
Angie Verdun
Ilian Villarreal
Alejandro Virgen
Miguel Angel Virgen
Alex Wilright
Ralph Wilson
Doris Wilson
Colin Worster
I have been made for heaven and heaven for me.
—St. Joseph Cafasso
A Message from Father Roberto
Jubilee Year of Mercy Pilgrimage to Oakland Cathedral
The eight Catholic parishes of our Deanery (Queen of the World in
Bay Point, St. Peter Martyr and Good Shepherd in Pittsburg, Holy
Rosary and St. Ignatius in Antioch, St. Anthony in Oakley, Immaculate
Heart of Mary in Brentwood and St. Anne in Byron) are sponsoring
a pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Christ the Light to celebrate this
Jubilee Year of Mercy. The pilgrimage will take place on Saturday,
August 27. We will process up the Pilgrim’s Path at the cathedral
at 9:30 a.m., enter through the Holy Door, worship together at a
multicultural Mass at 10:00 a.m. and then return to Antioch. Our parish is going to charter a bus
for this event; the cost is $20 and pre-paid reservations are required. Please call or email the parish
office to reserve a place on the bus (Phone: 925.757.4020; Email: [email protected]).
Labor and Sex Trafficking of Minors Awareness Workshop
All are welcome to participate in the Human Labor & Sex Trafficking of Minors Awareness Workshop,
which will be held on Saturday, June 18, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm here at Holy Rosary. The workshop
will be put on by the Diocese of Oakland. Participants will pray, learn, and act for a common
purpose: ending human trafficking. Presentations will be available in English and Spanish. Please
note that human trafficking is a sensitive subject and may not be suitable for all audiences. For
more information, please contact Cristina Hernández at the Diocese – phone: 510.267.8379; email:
[email protected]
We’ve Got Work to Do
I would like to share with you some information I recently found on the Internet about our Catholic
faith and how it is being lived in the United States. “In New York, Mass attendance has fallen to
European levels, around 15 percent on an average Sunday, according to the New York Times.
In Boston, it is even lower, around 12 percent. Nationwide, only 24% of
Catholics go to Mass on an average Sunday, down from 55 percent in 1965”
(this information from http://ncronline.org/blogs/parish-diary/attempt-answerquestion-where-are-young-adults).
“In the United States, there are now 22 million ex-Catholics, big enough
to be the largest religious denomination in the country. The church drops
four members for every one member it gains, and if it were not for Hispanic
immigration, it would have been declining for decades. Yet the Catholic
Church in America also holds on to almost 70 percent of its members into
adulthood, a higher retention rate than
any other Christian denomination.
Those statistics suggest the problem for
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Catholicism isn't so much what happens
once people are actually in the church,
but getting them through the door in the first place. To use a
marketing metaphor, the problem isn't customer service but
new sales (information from http://ncronline.org/blogs/ncrtoday/whats-new-evangelization-thing-anyway).
My brothers and sisters, you and I have work to do. That is
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where the New Evangelization enters the picture, and that is
why we have been making some changes here at Holy Rosary.
As we have been emphasizing the last two years, the reason the Catholic Church exists, and,
therefore, the reason Holy Rosary Parish exists, is to evangelize. God wants us to bring all those nonpracticing Catholics back to their faith, and he also wants us to help the unchurched people in our
neighborhoods, in our families, at work, and at school to come to know Jesus. That means you and
I have to share our faith with them in some way by our words and by our actions. And we have to
make our Masses and all our parish events inviting, welcoming and energetic. So, let’s get to work!
Vacation Bible School
Knights of Columbus
Antioch Council
A Brotherhood of Service
For membership information call
754-4247
June 20th – June 24th, 2016
6:00pm. – 8:30pm
www.rc.net/oakland/kofc3265/index.html
FRIDAY NIGHT FINALE & ICE
CREAM SOCIAL 8:20 P.M.
Preschool (4 by July 1st) to 6th grade
$40 per child
(Includes VBS theme T-Shirt)
Download the registration form from our website.
Holy Rosary Pro-Life Group
Mobile Mall
Baby Bottle Fundraiser
Holy Rosary Pro-Life Group is launching its
second “Baby Bottle” Campaign this coming
Father’s Day, June 19th, 2016.
*Save your change for our local pregnancy
center & Gabriel Project
*Save your change to purchase pro-life
educational materials and outreach for our
parish.
Fill the handed–out baby bottles up
with your change, bills or check.
Bring your filled bottles back to the
church or rectory on or before July
31, 2016.
This will also be a great reminder &
opportunity for those who have not
returned their bottles from last year’s
campaign. Your help will be greatly
appreciated.
We appreciate your kind and
generous donations!
Please do not leave items at
the Rectory doorsteps. Please
leave donations neatly at the
storage containers.
Sorting in Dominican Hall
June 25th and July 16th
9 am to 12 pm
July 27th
Distribution at Ambrose Community Center
3105 Willow Pass Road, Bay Point
helpers begin at 8 am - shopping begins at 10 am
Feast Day 2016
COME CELEBRATE
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETUAL
HELP NOVENA
FEAST DAY 2016
JUNE 29, 2016 WEDNESDAY
7:30 PM HOLY MASS
7:00 PM NOVENA
6:30 PM HOLY ROSARY
EVERYONE IS INVITED
9 DAY NOVENA STARTS
JUNE 19-27, 2016 6:00 PM
Holy Rosary Youth and Young Adult Ministry
Ministerio Juvenil De Holy Rosary
Youth Summer Program
Begins with a Mass Series starting
June 15th
Programa Juvenil de Verano
Comienza con una Serie de Misa
Junio 15
Join Us !! Unete a nosotros!!
Wednesdays /Miercoles 7p-9p
In the Life house / En la Casa Juvenil
Summer Program begins JUNE 15th
Also includes field trips, BBQ’s, Movie
Nights, Retreat and more fun…
TeenHouse Renovation
Renovación de Casa Juvenil
We are almost done thanks to all
the community and their generous
help and donations. We are still
missing some items. We are looking
for the following donations:
New or Used in good condition.
Ya casi esta terminada gracias a toda la
ayuda de la comunidad y sus generosas
donaciones. Todavia nos faltan algunas
cosas. Estamos buscando donaciones de
las siguientes cosas: Nuevas o usadas en
buena condición.
• Vertical Blinds: Persianas Verticales-Rail
6ft Wide — Slats 82” Tall
• Screen Door — 30” W 79.5”H
• Cash Donations also accepted /
Donaciones en efectivo aceptadas
Thank you! Gracias!
Follow us:
@HolyRosaryYaya
Do you want to help
change the lives? Are you
in love with your Catholic
Faith and want to share it
with others? Do you have
gifts you want to share
with your Church family?
Ultima SEMANA para
comprar boletos para
este evento porfavor
hablar a 925-757-4020
y pregunte por Lizette
@HolyRosaryYaya
Consider Volunteering today. Go
to www.hryaya.org and fill out
a Volunteer Interest sheet turn
it in at the rectory or call 925757-9515 and ask for Lizette for
more info.
Holy Rosary Youth and Young Adult Ministry
For more information regarding Youth and Young Adult Ministry please contact Lizette
Suarez at 925-757-9515 x 48 or 925-967-4503; [email protected] or visit our
website at www.hryaya.org.
"Venga y sea un peregrino con nosotros."
Celebra el 800° Jubiléo de
la orden Dominicana en la
peregrinación con el
Padre Roberto Corral, OP
Octubre 9-21, 2016
Actitud
Por eso te digo, sus muchos pecados son
perdonados, porque ha mostrado un gran
amor. Pero aquel a quien poco se le perdona,
poco ama.
Lucas 7:47
La peregrinación es más una actitud que
un acto. Si lo que busca es el ejercicio o
la diversión, usted podría ser más feliz
acumulando millas en un ciclo de ejercicio
en el gimnasio local. La peregrinación es un
acto consciente de una búsqueda de una
conciencia más vital de la presencia viva de
Dios. Como se decía en la época medieval, "si
no viajan con el Rey a quien usted busca, no
podrá encontrarlo al final de su viaje".
Lecturas De La Semana
Lunes:
1 Re 21:1-16; Sal 5:2-3ab, 4b-7; Mt 5:38-42
Martes:
1 Re 21:17-29; Sal 51 (50):3-
6ab, 11, 16; Mt 5:43-48
Miércoles: 2 Re 2:1, 6-14; Sal 31 (30):20, 21, 24; Mt 6:1-6, 16-18
Jueves:
Sir 48:1-14; Sal 97 (96):1-7; Mt 6:7-15
Viernes:
2 Re 11:1-4, 9-18, 20;
Ps 132 (131):11-14, 17-18; Mt 6:19-23
Sábado:
2 Cr 24:17-25; Sal 89 (88):4-
5, 29-34; Mt 6:24-34
Domingo: Zac 12:10-11; 13:1; Sal 63 (62):2-6, 8-9; Gal 3:26-
29; Lc 9:18-24
EL GRUPO CARISMÁTICO
EL GRUPO CARISMÁTICO PRESENTA
GRANDES EVENTOS
Viernes 24 de Junio, 2016: MISA DE
SANACIÓN
¿Dónde? Iglesia del Santo Rosario
¿Hora? 7:30pm
¿Celebrante? El P. José Corral
Ministerio Musical: “Unción del Espíritu Santo”
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FERNANDO CASANOVA
Sábado 13 de Agosto: Gimnacio de Holy Rosary
¿Hora? 8:30 am—6:00pm
*Tres Grandes Temas*
Donación: $20 Incluye Comida
Domingo 14 de Agosto: Dominican Hall
Desayuno y Tema con Fernando Casanova
¿Hora? 8:30—11:30 am
Donación: $10 Incluye Desayuno
Boletos: Grupo Carismático
Informes: Herminio y Rosa Ríos (925) 756-2747
Foro de Inmigracion
Sabado, 18 de Junio a las 10 am
en la Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de
los Ultimos Dias
1432 Laurel Road Oakley, CA
• Información sobre los requisitos y
beneficios de la Decisión Ejecutiva
(DAPA y DACA+) y la decisión de la Corte
Suprema que puede afectar a los millones
de indocumentados
• Información sobre los derechos de los
inmigrantes y como protegerse contra el
fraude inmigratorio
• Voluntarios, bajo la supervisión de
abogados y representantes acreditados,
revisaran su elegibilidad preliminar para
DAPA y DACA+
• DAPA - Accion Diferida para Padres de
Ciudadanos es la Accion Ejecutiva del
Presidente Obala que si es aprobad por
la Corte Suprema puede darle permisos
de trabajo y darle proteccion contra la
deportacion
HECHO PARA EL CIELO
He sido hecho para el cielo y el cielo ha sido hecho para mí.
—San José Cafasso
Un Mensaje de Padre Roberto
Peregrinación a la Catedral de Oakland para el Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
Las ocho parroquias católicas de nuestro Decanato (Reina del Mundo en Bay Point, San Pedro Mártir
y Buen Pastor en Pittsburg, Santo Rosario y San Ignacio de Antioch, San Antonio en Oakley, Inmaculado Corazón de María en Brentwood y Santa Ana en Byron) estamos organizando una peregrinación
a la Catedral de Cristo la Luz para celebrar este Año Jubilar de la Misericordia. La peregrinación
se llevará a cabo el sábado, 27 de agosto. Vamos a procesar en la Ruta
del Peregrino en la catedral a las 9:30 a.m., entrar por la Puerta Santa,
adorar juntos en una Misa multicultural a las 10:00 a.m. y luego regresar
a Antioch. Nuestra parroquia va a alquilar un autobús para este evento;
el costo es de $20 y se requieren reservaciones pagadas de antemano.
Por favor llama o mande un correo electrónico a la oficina para reservar
un lugar en el bus (Teléfono: 925.757.4020; correo electrónico: [email protected]
holyrosaryantioch.org).
Taller sobre el Abuso Sexual y el Trabajo Injusto de Menores
Todos son bienvenidos a participar en el Taller sobre el Abuso Sexual y el Trabajo Injusto de Menores que se llevará a cabo el sábado, 18 de junio, de 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. aquí en Santo Rosario. El
taller será organizado por la Diócesis de Oakland. Los participantes rezarán, aprenderán y actuarán
con un propósito común: poner fin a la explotación de personas. Las presentaciones estarán disponibles en inglés y español. Tenga en cuenta que la explotación de personas es un tema sensible
y puede ser que no sea apropiado para todos. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto
con Cristina Hernández en la Diócesis – teléfono: 510.267.8379; correo electrónico: [email protected]
oakdiocese.org.
Tenemos Trabajo que Hacer
Me gustaría compartir con ustedes algunos datos que recientemente he encontrado en el Internet
sobre nuestra fe católica y la forma en que se está viviendo en los Estados Unidos. “En Nueva York,
la asistencia a Misa ha caído a niveles europeos, alrededor
de un 15 por ciento por domingo, según el periódico New
York Times. En Boston, es aún más baja, alrededor de 12
por ciento. A nivel nacional, sólo el 24% de los católicos va
a misa en domingo, una disminución del 55 por ciento en
1965” (esta información de http://ncronline.org/blogs/parish-diary/attempt-answer-question-where-are-young-adults).
“En los Estados Unidos, en la actualidad hay 22 millones
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AAAAAAAAADU/tDolye7oFZ0/s1600/nueva_evangelizacion.gif de ex-católicos, cantidad lo suficientemente grande como
para ser la denominación religiosa más grande en el país. La
iglesia pierde cuatro miembros por cada uno que gana, y si
no fuera por la inmigración hispana, habría sido en declive desde hace décadas. Sin embargo, la Iglesia católica en Estados Unidos también retiene a casi el 70 por ciento de sus miembros en la edad
adulta, una tasa de retención más alta que cualquier otra denominación cristiana. Esas estadísticas
sugieren que el problema para el catolicismo no es tanto lo que sucede una vez que la gente está
realmente en la iglesia, pero conseguir que pasen por la puerta en el primer lugar. Para usar una
metáfora de comercialización, el problema no es el servicio al cliente, pero las nuevas ventas (información de http://ncronline.org/blogs/ncr-today/whats-new-evangelization-thing-anyway).
Mis hermanos y hermanas, ustedes y yo tenemos trabajo que hacer. Ahí es donde entra la nueva
evangelización, y es por eso que hemos estado haciendo algunos cambios aquí en Santo Rosario.
Como hemos venido haciendo hincapié en los últimos dos
años, la razón de ser de la Iglesia Católica, y, por lo tanto, la razón de ser de la Parroquia del Santo Rosario, es
evangelizar. Dios quiere que traigamos de nuevo a su fe a
todos los católicos no practicantes, y también quiere que
ayudemos a la gente sin iglesia en nuestras vecindades, en
nuestras familias, en el trabajo y en la escuela a que lleguen a conocer a Jesús. Eso significa que tú y yo tengamos
que compartir nuestra fe con ellos de alguna manera por
nuestras palabras y nuestras acciones. Y tenemos que
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hacer que todas nuestras Misas y eventos de la parroquia
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sean acogedores y dinámicos. Por lo tanto, ¡pongámonos
a trabajar!
Friday Night with Jesus
BILINGUAL HEALING MASS
English/Spanish: In Unity/En Unidad
“Friday Night With Jesus”
Where? Holy Rosary Church
1313 “A” St., Antioch, CA 94509
When? Friday, June 24, 2016
Join our Pilgrimage
Celebrate the 800th Jubilee
of the Dominican Order on
pilgrimage with
Fr. Roberto Corral, OP
October 9-21, 2016
What Time? 7:30 PM
Come be a Pilgrim with Us
Celebrant/Celebrante: Fr. José Corral (San
Francisco)
Choir/Coro: “Unción del Espíritu Santo”
Information: Herminio & Rosa Ríos (925) 756-2747
Attitude
So I tell you, her many sins are forgiven
because she has shown great love. But the
one to whom little is forgiven, loves little.
Luke 7:47
Immigration Forum
Saturday, June 18 at 10 am
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
1432 Laurel Road, Oakley, CA
• Information regarding the requirements and
benefits of executive action (DAPA & DACA+)
and the Supreme Court decision that can impact
millions of undocumented immigrants
• Information regarding the rights of immigrants
and how to protect yourself against immigration
fraud
• Volunteers, under the supervision of attorneys
and accredited representatives, will conduct a
preliminary eligibility screening for DAPA and
DACA+
• DAPA - Deferred Action for Parents of
American Citizens is an Executive Action by
President Obama that if passed in the Supreme
Court can provide them work permits and
protection against deportation
Thank you
Thank you
Ricardo Maravilla
from Maravilla
Carpet Cleaners
for donating
your time and
materials to
clean the carpet
in the chapel.
Pilgrimage is more an attitude than an act. If all
you’re seeking is exercise or diversion, you might
be happier racking up miles on an exercise cycle
at the local gym. Pilgrimage is a conscious act of
seeking a more vital awareness of God’s living
presence. As was said in medieval times, “If you
do not travel with the King whom you seek, you
will not find Him at the end of your journey.”
For more details call 925.890.0119 or go to: www.
holyrosaryantioch.org/jubilee
World Wide Marriage Encounter
"Your faith has saved you;
go in peace."
Jesus wants us to have peace in our
lives and our marriage.
Do we have faith that He will grant us this peace?
Sign up today to attend one of the upcoming
Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekends
August 5-7 or Nov. 18-20.
Early registration, 4 to 6 weeks out
is highly recommended.
For more information contact
Mike & Jeanne @ 925.672.2016 or
Joe & Sue @ 925.680.7767 now or
go to oaklandwwme.org
Weekends are presented in the Pleasanton/Dublin area

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