May 22, 2016 - Sacred Heart, Covina
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
A Roman Catholic Christian Community of Faith and Worship
May 22nd , 2016
The Most Holy Trinity
344 W. Workman St., Covina 91723 + (626) 332-3570 + www.sacredheart.cc
Parish Center Office Hours
Mon-Fri 9am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 8:30pm
Sat 9am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5pm
Emergency Sick Calls Anytime
REV. WILLIAM T. EASTERLING , V.F., Pastor
REV. BRIAN CAVANAGH Pastor Emer itus
REV. ARTHUR NAJERA, Associate
REV. JAMES KELLY, Associate
DCN. JOHN & MRS. JEANNE HORN
DCN. RON & MRS. CAROL BUTLER
DCN. RUDY & MRS. MONIQUE LEYVA
Read the bulletin online at www.sacredheart.cc
St. Vincent de Paul - (626)339-7580
Weekdays: 8:15 am and 5:30 pm
Additional 10:30 am Mass on First Fridays
during school year
Saturdays: 8:15am & 5:30 pm,
Sundays: 6:15am, 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am,
12:00pm, 1:30pm (Spanish) & 5:30pm Youth
Holyday Mass Schedule: Var ies:
Please consult the proper bulletin article.
Government Holidays: Offices Closed.
9:30am only Mass of the day.
Saturdays: 4:15pm to 5:15pm & 8:00pm to 8:30pm
Ministerio en Español: Padre Bill & Padre Arturo
Parish Center & Parish Offices
Bulletin articles, send to:
Deacon Ron Butler
Parish Departments & Ministry of:
Director of Elementary &
Junior High Formation
Director of Youth & Young Adult Formation
High School Confirmation
Youth Group & Young Adult Ministry
Deacon Rudy Leyva
Adult Formation Coordinators
RCIA, Adult Confirmation,
Converts, & Bible Study
Pastoral Care Coordinator
Deacon John & Jeanne Horn
Ministers of the Altar
Ministers to the Sick
Director Of Music
Leo & Merly Inguito
Ed & Carmen Aniceto
Service and Outreach Ministries
Catholic Mens Fellowship
Council of Cath. Women
ESGV Homeless Coalition
Knights of Columbus
Legion Of Mary
Natural Family Planning
Our Daily Bread
St. Vincent de Paul
Safeguard the Children
OPTIONS Care Center for:
Women and Men Faced with Unplanned Pregnancy
1840 N. Hacienda Blvd., Unit 13, La Puente, CA 91744
626.671.0581 / www.awomenscarecenter.org
Deacon Ron Butler
Administration Business Manager
Our parish is in partnership with:
Nancy & Richard Flores
Nancy & Richard Flores
Amy Allen & Cindy Boulais
PHONE #: _____________________________________
Every Sunday except the first Sunday of the
month. Mandatory Baptism Preparation Class first Thursday of
every month. Deadline to register is two weeks prior to the
class. Please contact the Parish Center for further information.
Congratulations! Please contact the Parish
Center to meet with a priest or deacon at least six months prior
to the intended date of marriage.
Priesthood & Religious Life: Young men and women
interested in becoming a priest or a religious sister, or deacon,
please call Father Art at (626)332-3570.
Anointing of the Sick: If you or someone you know
needs a visit because they have become seriously ill, call the
Parish Center at any time.
Anointing Every 1st Saturday of the Month:
Please participate in the 8:15am Mass, the Sacrament
will be celebrated immediately after Mass.
Sacrament of Adult Initiation: If you are an adult
interested in joining the Catholic Church or completing your
sacraments, call the RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of
Adults) coordinators, Deacon John & Mrs. Jeanne Horn, at
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturdays 4:15 to
5:15pm and 8 to 8:30pm; or by appointment.
Devotions: Mother of Perpetual Help—Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Mass. Rosary recited after the daily Masses.
First Friday of the month
starting at 9:00am concluding with Benediction at 5:15pm.
___ I AM A NEW PARISHIONER
___ THIS IS A CHANGE OF ADDRESS
For Mass times throughout the United States,
The Most Holy Trinity
May 22, 2016
The love of God has been poured out
into our hearts through the Holy Spirit.
— Romans 5:5b
Please pray for those who are sick, and their
families, that they will feel God’s presence and
know his love, especially:
Lina Pastrana, Jacquelyn Castillo, Nancy Natividad,
Olivia Rodriguez, Joseph Martinez, Ernestina Lopez,
Zachery Weber, Richard Mares, Albert Mares, Nancy
Mares, Alfred Obregon, Elpidio Lucero, Joann
Anderson, Enriqueta Ochoa, Ron Duran, Marian
Messmer Dominic Mentelongo, Tom Rossetti, Gene
Aguino, Rena Jackolski, Gloria de Prima, Arlene Froio,
Rosie Lewsley, Debbie Worley, Christine Gordon, Katie
Hughes, Erin Allen, Mrs. Mejia, Lucille Valenzuela,
Corrine Klutz, Rita Clark, Carlota Figueroa, Janice
Moreno, Esmeralda Gamboa, Joseph Martinez, E.
Yolanda Jire, Cora Vengua, Carol Rathke, Rosa Maria
Santos, Frank Urquidi Jr., Jo Cancilla, Ernestina
Lopez, Donald Caballero, Jim McAllister, Rosaura
Cornoel, Carolyn Swift, Gary & Dolores Gagner, Fred
Easterling, Paula Easterling.
Please pray for those who have special needs, and
their families, that they will feel God’s presence and
know his love, especially:
Michael Barr, Boulais Family, Greg Sandoval
Family, Martin Mandez, Alma Rosa Medina.
Please Pray for: Raymond Perry.
His funeral mass will be held
at Sacred Heart Church.
May they rest in the peace of the Lord.
Sacred Heart Church continues to offer Online
Giving. Please visit the parish website at
www.sacredheart.cc to sign up for Online Giving and
begin donating to the parish automatically. Use the internet
for the good of the parish through this secure and convenient
Track your giving by signing up today! Online
Giving can be effectively used on its own or in cooperation
with regular offering envelopes. If you would like to
continue receiving envelope packets but would like to give
online, you have the option to do so. For a list of frequently
asked questions or for more information please visit the
parish website: www.sacredheart.cc.
Bulletin Announcement Deadline
All announcements for the bulletin must be
submitted no later than noon on Tuesday.
Announcements may be dropped off to the Parish
Center, faxed to (626) 967-4884 or emailed to
[email protected] All announcements are subject
to approval and space permitting for publishing.
Photo on Today’s Cover
Students from the Religious
Education EDGE Program received
their First Holy Communion at the
Sunday 5:30pm Mass on May 15th!
Congratulations and God Bless them
on their faith journey!
Not available in time for printing.
May 15 , 2016
Cardinal McIntyre Fund
“Bring the Tithes into the treasure...Put me to the
proof, says the Lord of Hosts, and see if I do not
open windows in the sky and pour a blessing on you
as long as there is need.”
- Malachi 3:10
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life is most like his.
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consider making a pledge or one time gift to help the poor
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POPE FRANCIS Quote of the Week:
JUBILEE YEAR OF MERCY
Dec. 8, 2015 – Nov. 20, 2016
Mercy: the word reveals the very mystery of
the Most Holy Trinity. Mercy: the ultimate
and supreme act by God come to meet us.
Mercy: the fundamental law that dwells in
the heart of every person who looks
sincerely into the eyes of his brothers and
sisters on the path of life. Mercy: the bridge
that connects God and man, opening our
hearts to the hope of being loved forever
despite our sinfulness. (S2 )
Merciful Like the Father
Parish Events & News...
One Day Only: Saturday, May 28, 2016
8:15am Mass, 4:15pm Confessions, & 8:00pm Confessions; ALL CANCELED
We deeply regret the inconvenience it causes. We hope you will understand and forgive us.
On Saturday, May 28th we are pleased and honored to celebrate two Conﬁrma on Masses. We will conﬁrm our teens
at a special Mass scheduled for 10:00am and then later, at the regular 5:30pm Mass we will conﬁrm our adults. We
are delighted to welcome Bishop Alex Salazar for the celebra on of both Conﬁrma on Masses.
Because there is a great deal of work to be done to set up and prepare the church and sanctuary in prepara on for
each Mass; and because there will be some noise in all that has to be done we need to cancel the regular confessions
along with the regular morning Mass. All will return to normal the Saturday a er Conﬁrma ons. This is a once a year
cancela on of the morning Mass & evening confessions.
After the evening Mass there will be a photo session in the church with the Bishop and newly confirmed. Next there is a customary
gathering of the priests and deacons with the Bishop. As a result we will be unable to cover the 8:00pm confessions. Once more,
please note, this is a once a year cancelation of the morning Mass & evening confessions.
CONFIRMATION YEAR 2
Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread Outreach Ministry is here
to serve the homeless, needy, or hungry.
Bagged lunches are available to anyone in
need, Monday through Friday, from 2pm5pm at the Parish Center. Thank you for
your continued generous donations! Your
help is so greatly appreciated. If you have
any questions about this ministry, please
call Amy at 626-331-7914, or you can drop
off donations at the Parish Center. Thank
you and God bless you!
Saturday, May 28, 2016
Mass starts at 10:00 a.m.
Student/Sponsor Procession starts at 9:45 a.m.
(Students/ Sponsors arrive by 8:30 a.m.)
Meet outside the Religious Education Office
Monday, May 23, 2016 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Meet in Cavanagh Hall @6:45 p.m.)
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 7:00-9:00 p.m.
STUDENTS & SPONSORS REQUIRED
if Sponsor is unavailable Parent must be there
to fill in
Meet in Cavanagh Hall @ 6:45 p.m.
DID YOU KNOW?
Archdiocese provides resources for
parishioners to learn more
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles recently
published an updated version of the annual
brochure called W orking Together to
Prevent Child Sexual Abuse. This brochure
provides parishioners with a list of policies
and procedures regarding sexual abuse and
education in the Catholic Church, as well
as local programs and resources that work
to protect abuse.
For a copy of the 2016 brochure, check
your parish vestibule, email [email protected] or call (213) 637-7227.
Religious Ed/ Youth Ministry News :
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION
Registration packets will be available for pick up
beginning on June 1st.
Packets will be available in the Church, Parish
Center Oﬃce and the Religious Education Oﬃce.
Dates and times for open registration will be
listed on the cover sheet of the packet.
Registration will be held in the Youth Room,
next to the Religious Education Oﬃce.
Sacred Heart Youth Ministry Programs
KEEP IN MIND THE UPCOMING EVENTS:
—Sunday, May 29th in
Cavanagh Hall, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Open to all High School students
Register early as classes fill up quickly.
If you would like to volunteer to help in our
classes, please let us know. We love volunteers!
City of Saints is a
Catholic teen conference
hosted by Archbishop
Jose Gomez and the
Youth Ministry Division in
the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Why City of
Saints? We live in a region full of cities named
after saints. For example Los Angeles (named
after our Lady), Santa Monica, San Pedro, and
Santa Barbara just to name a few. We are
called to be saints in these cities. How can you
express sainthood in your everyday life?
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
JULY 11-15, 2016, 9:30am-12:30pm
SACRED HEART ~ CAVANAGH HALL
We are excited to announce that we will
be having Vacation Bible School again this
summer here at Sacred Heart for children
entering grades 1st – 5th
Register in the Religious Education Office.
Limited Spaces available. Fee is $55 which
includes T-shirt, activity materials, daily
snacks, and pizza party on the last day!
For questions, call 626-331-7914
We are now taking Reservations for Teens.
Sign up now because space is limited.
When: August 5-7, 2016
Where: UCLA—Westwood, CA
Who: All High School Teens,
graduating 8th grade through Seniors in
(includes food, lodging, transportation,
conference fee and t-shirt)
Reserve your spot by filling out a
permission slip available in RE Office along
with a$100 non-refundable deposit.
Fundraising will be available to lower the
cost of attending.
For more information please contact:
Dayrin Perez at (626) 331-7914 or
Readings for the Week...
First Reading — Before anything was created, the
wisdom of God was brought forth (Proverbs 8:22-31).
Psalm — O Lord, our God, how wonderful your name in
all the earth! (Psalm 8).
Second Reading — God’s love has been poured out into
our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to
us (Romans 5:1-5).
Gospel — Everything that the Father has is mine; the
Spirit will take from what is mine and declare it to you
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
JOURNEY OF FAITH
We are on a long and eventful journey. Today’s
readings for Trinity Sunday succinctly cover the depth
and breadth of our human travels.
The very beginnings of our journey are revealed in
the reading from Proverbs. God’s plan filled with divine
wisdom was born before the earth was made. In today’s
Gospel, Jesus speaks of his own personal journey. He has
come from the Father and will return to the Father. Only
then will the Advocate—the Spirit of Truth—take us
This does not diminish the fact that the journey will
be hard. The very setting of the Gospel is the night before
Jesus died. As Saint Paul writes to the Romans, “[W]e
even boast of our afflictions, knowing that affliction
produces endurance, and endurance, proven character,
and proven character, hope” (Romans 5:3-4).
Ultimately, our human journey is modeled by the
Holy Trinity—a family of love among Father, Son, and
Spirit that we are all called to emulate.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
1 Pt 1:3-9; Ps 111:1-2, 5-6, 9-10c;
1 Pt 1:10-16; Ps 98:1-4; Mk 10:28-31
Wednesday: 1 Pt 1:18-25; Ps 147:12-15, 19-20;
Thursday: 1 Pt 2:2-5, 9-12; Ps 100:2-5; Mk 10:46-52
1 Pt 4:7-13; Ps 96:10-13; Mk 11:11-26
Saturday: Jude 17, 20b-25; Ps 63:2-6; Mk 11:27-33
Gn 14:18-20; Ps 110:1-4; 1 Cor 11:23-26;
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Around the turn of the fourth century, Augustine, still
fairly fresh from the baptismal waters in Milan, was
elected bishop of a tiny city in North Africa, Hippo. He
told his people, “While I am frightened by what I am for
you, then I am consoled by what I am with you. For you I
am a bishop, with you I am a Christian.” He had his
priorities right, and also knew that everyone coming from
the water arises with a ministry, a specific role, in
bringing about God’s kingdom.
If we were asked to purge English of Greek
vocabulary, we would gain an insight into key ministries
in our church. Bishop, from the Greek episkopos, would
become simply “overseer;” priest, from the Greek
presybter, would become “elder;” and deacon, from the
Greek diakonos, would be “servant.” Each title stands in
relationship to all the baptized, serving the community,
helping it to be the Body of Christ. In our deepest
tradition, each of these ordained ministries is attuned to
help us become our best selves, to hunger and thirst for
the coming of God’s kingdom. The goal for each one of
us is to be able to recognize the presence of Christ in
worship and in service. Although only some of us are
ordained to ministry, each of us is called to ministry.
—Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
The Most Holy Trinity
Eighth Week in Ordinary Time;
Victoria Day (Canada)
Wednesday: St. Bede the Venerable; St. Gregory VII;
St. Mary Magdalene de’Pazzi
Thursday: St. Philip Neri
St. Augustine of Canterbury
Saturday: Blessed Virgin Mary
Parish News cont:
Memorial Mass to Honor
FATHER JEFFREY DEIKEL
In 2012 a er seven years of ministry as an Associate
Pastor at Sacred Heart FATHER JEFF was transferred to
Our Lady of the Valley, Canoga Park (San Fernando
Valley). We were honored to have him here from 2005 –
OFFICIAL FUNERAL MASS
The oﬃcial Funeral Mass for Father Jeﬀ was held on
Tuesday, May 17 at 11:00am at Our Lady of the Valley in
Canoga Park. It was a beau ful Mass following which
Father Jeﬀ’s interment was at San Fernando Mission
Cemetery in Mission Hills. Thank you to the priests and
deacons along with parishioners from Sacred Heart who
were present for his Funeral Mass.
Catholic Men’s Fellowship
Catholic Men’s Fellowship is a lay apostolate for
men who seek to know, love and serve the Lord. We
recognize our need for support and accountability to
grow in faith and fulfill our vocation.
At Sacred Heart Church we meet on the first
and third Wednesdays of the month in Cavanagh
Hall. Doors open at 6:30 PM for fellowship.
Meetings are from 7-9 PM.
Come and see if this is the support you’re
seeking. Questions? Call Gus Corona at
(626) 641-9714 or email: [email protected]
PRAYER FOR PARISH PRIESTS
A rosary is being said each week in the
Parish Center Chapel on Thursdays, at 9:15 AM, for
the benefit of our Parish Priests. Please be part of
providing this support for all they do. Everyone is
welcome to come and participate.
MEMORIAL MASS AT OUR PARISH
To assist those who ﬁnd it diﬃcult to get to Canoga Park
and to allow us as a parish to both mourn Father Jeﬀ’s
passing as well as to give thanks for his priesthood we
will celebrate a Memorial Mass in his honor and memory
Monday + June 6, 2016 + 5:30pm Mass
Father Jeﬀ will be greatly missed. We have all come to
appreciate and love his quick wit and his very special
sense of humor. Many parishioners suggested he should
have had a regular stand-up comedy rou ne! He
brought smiles to every face in the parish and a laugh to
every heart and soul. He was always warm, loving and
I personally will miss the many ways he was a helpful
friend to me, oﬀering generously to ﬁll in for me or cover
for me here and there so that I could be free to deal with
some crisis. I never told him I needed help; rather he
had a sixth sense that always realized when I could use a
helping hand. He reminded me of Radar on the TV series
Father Jeﬀ was originally ordained for the Archdiocese of
Washington, D.C. in 1976 and was celebra ng his 40th
anniversary of priesthood this May 2016. Born April 18,
1950 he died on April 25th, just one week a er his 66th
Please remember him in your prayers. I pray you can
join us for his Funeral Mass &/or Memorial Mass.
Father Bill Easterling, Pastor
CCW stands for Council of Catholic Women. All
Catholic Women attending our parish are members!!
Our group meets the first Monday of every month
from September through May of the following year
at 9:15 A.M., in the Parish Center’s Activity Room.
We plan many fun and religious events throughout
the year. We would love to have you join us
throughout the year!!
If you have any
questions please contact
Dee McLaughlin at
Free Professional Counseling!
We are pleased to pass along a valuable
program from the University of Southern California.
USC Telehealth is a professional online counseling
clinic that has offered our parishioners 12 sessions (3
months) of professional counseling worth $2,000 per
person at no charge! To participate, all you need is a
home computer or laptop less than 4 years old with
webcam, sound, and internet. You’ll meet for an
hour each week with a live therapist dedicated to
helping you with stress, depression, family
relationships, or whatever you would like to talk
about. Weekly appointments take place from the
privacy and convenience of your own home.
Services are safe and very confidential.
To sign up, call right away to reserve your
space in the program…and be sure to mention
”Sacred Heart” to receive this for free. USC
Telehealth (866) 740-6502.
Outside Parish Events...
Special Needs Mass
All Are Welcome!
For persons with Intellectual and
Their families, friends, and caregivers.
Every Sunday at 10 am.
Father Maguire Council Hall
4315 N. Vincent Ave.
Covina, CA 91722
Attention High School/Confirmation Students:
It’s a great opportunity for volunteering!
This ministry is made possible by the support of
The Knights of Columbus
June 3-5, 2016
A “Beginning Experience” weekend will be held
at the Holy Spirit Retreat Center (Encino) for those
who've experienced the loss of a spouse through
death, separation or divorce. This program helps
a person move from the darkness of grief into the
light of a new beginning with renewed hope.
For info/registration, call Peg (818) 767-1007,
Brenda (818) 352-5265 or Maria Rojas (Spanish)
Email [email protected].com
For more information call:
Elizabeth at 909-599-9833
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in
Whittier is presenting a Retreat for adults in
English on June 10th, 11th and 12th, starting
Friday at 7:00 pm. The Adult Spiritual Renewal
Retreat will take place at St. Joseph Salesian
Youth Center, 8301 Arroyo Dr. in Rosemead
The retreat will help you, experience God’s
presence, love and peace in your life.
For a reservation please call Fred Dominguez
@626-485-6499 Freda Arevalo @323 422-2307
Discover a safe, healthy and effective way
to plan your family. Encouraged by the Church,
Natural Family Planning is based on modern
scienti ic research and can help married couples
to avoid, postpone or achieve pregnancy. It can
be used by all women throughout their fertile
years, regardless of cycle regularity. Among
couples who use NFP, many ind that it brings a
new dimension to their relationship, making an
already good marriage even better. A course will
be offered at Our Lady of Grace Parish, Encino,
starting April 7, 2016. For more information, call
(818) 994-2110; or to register for a class go to
The Vatican is sending the people of California a
Vatican Splendors: A Journey of Faith and Art opened
at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and
Museum on March 6.
The exhibition is one of the largest Vatican collections
ever to tour North America, with over 200 objects
including personal mementos from both His Holiness
Pope Benedict and Pope Saint John Paul II.
From the sights and sounds for the grand Basilica to a
touchable cast of Saint John Paul II’s Hand, it’s true
“insiders” view of the Vatican, including spiritual,
artistic, and ceremonial treasures. It’s a lesson for us
all to better understand our history and faith presented
in both English and Spanish.
For a limited time, our parish will have a special
opportunity to purchase tickets at a $5.00 discount.
Enter discount code “Parish” when purchasing your
tickets at ReaganLibrary.com/VaticanSplendors.
I hope you all chose to visit thes very special
exhibition at the Reagan Library—the opportunity to
have it here is truly a blessing.
-Father Bill, Pastor
CMLGP Catholic Ministry
Are you Homosexual or do you know someone who is?
Learn more about the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’s
Catholic Ministry With Lesbian and Gay Persons
(CMLGP) by visiting their website at www.cmlgp.org
or you can visit their facebook page at facebook.com/
lgbtcatholics. You may also call:
Barbara Sharpe-Paquin. (626) 966-2363
Lecturas en Español...
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Antes de que algo fuese creado, la
sabiduría de Dios estaba presente (Proverbios 8:22-31).
Salmo — ¡Qué admirable, Señor, es tu poder! (Salmo 8)
Segunda lectura — El amor de Dios ha sido derramado
en nuestro corazón mediante el Espíritu Santo que hemos
recibido (Romanos 5:1-5).
Evangelio — Todo lo que el Padre tiene es mío; el
Espíritu de verdad tomará todo lo que es mío y te lo
concederá (Juan 1:12-15).
Salmo responsorial: Leccionario II © 1976, Comisión Episcopal de Pastoral Litúrgica de la Conferencia
del Episcopado Mexicano. Usado con permiso. Todos los derechos reservados.
VIAJE DE FE
Estamos en un viaje largo y lleno de acontecimientos.
Las lecturas de hoy para el Domingo de la Santísima
Trinidad cubren sucintamente la profundidad y la
amplitud de nuestros viajes humanos.
Los comienzos de nuestro viaje se revelan en la
lectura de Proverbios. El plan de Dios lleno de sabiduría
divina nació antes de que la tierra existiera. En el
Evangelio de hoy, Jesús habla de su propio viaje personal.
Él ha venido del Padre y volverá al Padre. Sólo en ese
momento el Paráclito –el Espíritu de la Verdad– nos
llevará hacia adelante.
Esto no disminuye la dificultad del viaje. El contexto
mismo del Evangelio es la noche antes de la muerte de
Jesús. Como san Pablo les escribe a los romanos, “Nos
gloriamos hasta de los sufrimientos, pues sabemos que el
sufrimiento engendra la paciencia, la paciencia engendra
la virtud sólida, la virtud sólida engendra la
esperanza” (Romanos 5:3-4).
En última instancia, nuestro viaje humano está
modelado por la Santísima Trinidad –una familia de amor
entre el Padre, el Hijo y el Espíritu que todos somos
llamados a emular.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS DE LA SEMANA
1 Pe 1:3-9; Sal 111 (110):1-2, 5-6, 9-10c;
Martes: 1 Pe 1:10-16; Sal 98 (97):1-4; Mc 10:28-31
Miércoles: 1 Pe 1:18-25; Sal 147:12-15, 19-20;
1 Pe 2:2-5, 9-12; Sal 100 (99):2-5;
Viernes: 1 Pe 4:7-13; Sal 96 (95):10-13; Mc 11:11-26
Sábado: Jds 17, 20b-25; Sal 63 (62):2-6; Mc 11:27-33
Domingo: Gn 14:18-20; Sal 110 (109):1-4;
1 Cor 11:23-26; Lc 9:11b-17
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: La Santísima Trinidad
Octava Semana del Tiempo Ordinario;
Día de la Reina Victoria (Canadá)
Miércoles: San Beda el Venerable; san Gregorio VII;
Santa María Magdalena de Pazzi
San Felipe Neri
San Agustín de Canterbury
Santa María Virgen
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Este domingo la Iglesia celebra la Solemnidad de la
Santísima Trinidad: Padre, Hijo y Espíritu Santo. Este
dogma acerca de la realidad de Dios es la clave para
comprender la verdad de la religión cristiana. Mediante el
poder del Espíritu Santo el Padre envió al Hijo como
Salvador del mundo. Estas tres personas son un solo Dios.
No es una doctrina fácil de comprender y mucho
menos de pintar en arte sagrado. Sin embargo muchos
artistas latinoamericanos han intentado pintar
simbólicamente la verdad de la Santísima Trinidad. En
muchos casos imaginan al Padre cargando a Jesús en la
cruz y soplando sobre él el Espíritu en forma de paloma.
A veces Padre e Hijo están entronados sobre las nubes
soplando el Espíritu mutuamente y las alas de la paloma
tocan los labios de ambos. En algunos casos el Padre, el
Hijo y el Espíritu Santo son tres cabezas que salen de un
solo cuerpo. Seguido los tres tienen el mismo rostro
distinguiéndose solo por el color de sus vestiduras o los
símbolos que cargan.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
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La Arquidiócesis provee recursos para
que los feligreses aprendan más
La Arquidiócesis de Los Ángeles
recientemente publicó una versión
actualizada del folleto anual llamado,
Trabajando Juntos para Prevenir el Abuso
Sexual Infantil. Este folleto ofrece a los
feligreses una lista de políticas y
procedimientos sobre el abuso sexual y
educación en la Iglesia Católica, así como
programas locales y recursos que funcionan
para protegerse del abuso.
Para obtener una copia del folleto del
2016, busque en el vestíbulo de su
parroquia, o escriba a [email protected] o llame al (213) 637-7227.
Has recibido el Sacramento de Confirmación?
"Con el Bautismo y la Eucaristía,
el Sacramento de la Confirmación
constituye el conjunto de los
‘sacramentos de la iniciación
Cristiana’, cuya unidad debe ser
salvaguardada. Es preciso, pues,
explicar que la recepción de este
sacramento es necesaria para la
plenitud de la gracia bautismal.
En efecto, a los bautizados, el sacramento de la
Confirmación los une más íntimamente a la Iglesia
y los enriquece con una fortaleza especial del
Espíritu Santo. De esta forma quedamos obligados
aún más, como auténticos testigos de Cristo, a
extender y defender nuestra fe con sus palabras y
sus obras" 1285 Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica.
Clases en Español empiezan en Febrero para
adultos (18 años +) interesados de recibir el
sacramento de Confirmación.
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