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The 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time
August 7, 2011
Parish Office — 595-0385
Parish Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
School 596-2754
Principal – Sr. Dominic, O.P. ext. 213
School Office Hours
M – F: 7:30am - 3:30pm
Social Ministry/Outreach Office:
599-3950
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road - Newport News, Virginia 23601
www.olmc.org
Pregnancy Helpline — 870-3131
PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
Pastor
Rev. Kenneth Wood
112
Parochial Vicar
Rev. Peter T. Tran
114
Deacon
Rev. Mr. Bernie Taylor
103
Pastoral Associate
Janet Hassan
120
Facilities Manager
Hart Smith
121
Social Ministry Coordinator
Tina Wandersee
118
Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade)
Christa Blomstrom
119
Youth Minister (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adult Coordinator
Brian Crouch
128
Hispanic Ministry Coordinator
Francisco Anleu
136
Music Coordinator
Kelly Soprano
117
Liturgy Coordinator
Julie Hall
115
Family Life Director (Pastoral Care)
Jennifer DelCorso
129
Business Manager
Patty Nicholas
122
Food Service Manager (St. Michael Hall)
John Chesney
140
Administrative Assistants
Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin)
116
Carla Weimer (Manna/Parishioner Records)
126
Receptionists/Mass Intentions
Cathy Luth/Kitty Barnett
101
Maintenance Technician
Bill Johnson
111
CNU Catholic Campus Minister
Mary Lynn Murphy
123
EUCHARISTIC LITURGIES
Saturday: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am ~ 10:00am ~ 4:00pm
2:00pm — (en Español)
Weekdays: Monday:
7:00am
Tuesday:
6:30pm
Wednesday: 8:15am
Thursday:
7:00am
6:30pm (en Español)
Friday:
8:15am
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00pm
or privately by appointment.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
th
The 20 Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 14
Reading I: Isaiah 56: 1, 6 - 7
Observe what is right, and do what is just.
Reading II: Romans 11: 13 - 15, 29 - 32
God’s gifts are irrevocable.
Gospel:
Matthew 15: 21 - 28
She insisted that Jesus help her, and He did.
,
Adults: When you pray, how do you know that Jesus will really
respond?
Youth: As you’ve grown through the years, what form of prayer
has become the most meaningful for you? How do you make sure
you have time for prayer in the midst of your busy life?
Children: What is your favorite way to talk with Jesus?
BULLETIN NOTICES AND ADVERTISING
All information must be sent to the parish office no later than
8AM on Mondays. Please use e-mail if at all possible and send to:
[email protected] If you would like to advertise on the back of
the bulletin, please call J. S. Paluch at 1-800-524-0263.
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Welcoming/Registration
Our next parish Registration/
Welcoming will be next Sunday, August 14, after the 10AM Mass in the
Commons Meeting Space. You will be
given Parish information & a brief tour of
the property, and will complete a registration
form which will ask which sacraments your family members
have received. We look forward to meeting you.
THE SOLEMNITY OF
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Holy Day
of Obligation. However, when it falls on a Saturday or a
Monday, as it does this year, the obligation to attend Mass is
abrogated (temporarily waved). In this case, Catholics in the
United States are not required to attend Mass. Of course,
even in those years when we aren't required to attend, celebrating our Blessed Mother by attending Mass is a wonderful
way to honor her. We will celebrate Mass at 7 AM on Monday, August 15.
This Week at OLMC
August 7 - August 14
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
MASS
MASS
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
MASS
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
MONDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Chapel
6:00 PM Pregnancy Outreach Mtg. Lukas Schmidt Suite
7:00 PM Young Adult Prayer Group
Chapel
TUESDAY
6:30 PM MASS
Chapel
7:00 PM RCIA/Catholics Come Home St. Michael Hall
Spanish RICA
Commons Meeting Space
7:15 PM Praise Band
Worship Center
WEDNESDAY
8:15 AM MASS
Chapel
THURSDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Chapel
6:30 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Chapel
7:00 PM Summer Faith Formation Series St. Michael Hall
FRIDAY
8:15 AM MASS
SATURDAY
3:00 PM Reconciliation
5:00 PM MASS
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:15 AM
2:00 PM
4:00 PM
MASS
MASS
Welcoming/Registration
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
MASS
Chapel
Reconciliation Room
Worship Center
Worship Center
Worship Center
Commons Mtg. Space
Worship Center
Worship Center
Dear OLMC Community,
It is with a heavy heart that I will be wishing
you all farewell as your Family Life Director. I have
greatly enjoyed my time here over the past three
years getting to know many of you through the Healing Ministry and People of Faith Gatherings. Everyone has been so warm and welcoming towards me. I
will not be a stranger and I wish you all the love,
peace, and joy that flows from God’s grace.
Many blessings to you all,
Jenn Del Corso
The New Roman Missal
THE CREED, CONT.
The changes to the Creed continue this week:
“Incarnate” (replaces the word “born”). It
means something that is given flesh. We profess that the Word became flesh in the womb
of Mary not when Jesus was born as the previous translations could be misunderstood to
say. Jesus was conceived by the power of the
Holy Spirit; not simply born of the Spirit. In
the words of John’s gospel: “The word became flesh”. We now say that the Son “by the Holy Spirit was
incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man”.
“Suffered death” This replaces two verbs in the previous
translation: “Suffered, died”. The literal translation from the
Latin is that he suffered and was buried. The word suffered
implies his dying. The verb died is not there in Latin and so
“suffered death” is used to express what happened to Jesus.
The main point is that he really died, and through that gave full
meaning to his resurrection.
“In accordance with the Scriptures” (replaces in fulfillment
of the Scriptures). The previous implies that the Resurrection
fulfills Old Testament prophecies, which it does, but the New
Testament also proclaims the Resurrection. The revised translation broadens the meaning.
“Adored” (replaces worshipped). Adored more readily transfers from the Latin.
“I confess” (replaces “we acknowledge”). This is a more
forceful expression. Here “confess” means profess belief in--not an expression of sorrow. It is meant to involve the heart as
well as the head.
“I look forward to the resurrection”. This replaces our former saying of we “look for the resurrection”. It is a clearer
translation of the Latin and it meant to show our confidence
and belief in God who gives us faith.
This concludes the new translation of the Creed. The Creed
allows us to express our trust to God. Why? God has first
placed his trust in us by offering us his unconditional love. He
now invites us to reciprocate back to that love. Next week we
will begin the discussion on the Preparation of the Gifts.
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Adult Faith Formation
WORKSHOP ON THE MASS AND THE NEW ROMAN MISSAL
New Words, Deeper Meaning, Same Mass:
This THURSDAY NIGHT: AUGUST
11TH we continue our exploration of the
words that will be changing in the
Mass, beginning on the First Sunday of
Advent. Last week, we discussed the
changes happening in the gathering
rites. This week, we’ll discuss how
these changes will affect our Liturgy of
the Word and the words are changing.
We’ll meet THURSDAY at 7 PM in St.
Michael Hall. Everyone is welcome! --even if you haven’t attended the first two sessions!!!
ONGOING FAITH FORMATION is for all Baptized Adults. We have many offerings
planned this summer to help your continued
growth in your Catholic Faith, as well as
some social activities to deepen your roots in
the Community.
Please watch the bulletin for sign-ups and
take advantage of these opportunities this
summer:
• Preparing for the Revised Roman Missal: New Words,
Deeper Meaning, Same Mass. 5 Thursday nights 7 – 8:30.
July 28 – Aug 25
• Book Study: August (TBA) Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Rev. Richard Rohr
Future offerings: (2011-2012)
• Living Christ Encounter Days of Reflection
• People of Faith Gatherings begin October 2. Theme: Prayer
• Scripture Study: February 23-March 15
• Two retreat days for women:
Parish Women’s Retreat Team: January 28th
SARAH HART RETURNS:
March 3rd
• Parish Lent Mission: week of March 18th
• Tuesday Morning Scripture Series for Women
(nursery available)
• Ministry of Mothers Sharing returns this Fall
• Gatherings of the Men’s Group
Nursery
Our nursery is a Co-Op Nursery,
currently at the 10:00 a.m. Mass,
staffed by parents who utilize the
nursery and volunteer about one Sunday per month. It is a place for children ages 1 year to 4 years old to come together to worship,
learn about God and grow in their faith development through
bible stories, songs and activities. As per Diocesan requirements, we are required to have at least 2 caregivers present in
the nursery at all times. In addition the volunteers must complete the 3 hour VIRTUS training (go to virtusonline.org to
register). Please call Jessica @ 236-0064 or Christa @ 5950385 x119 for more information or to register.
Sacraments
WANTED: ADULTS WHO WISH TO CELEBRATE
THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION
A new adult Confirmation group has
formed. If you are an active practicing Catholic who missed the opportunity to celebrate the Sacrament of
Confirmation, please considered joining this group. The group meets on
Tuesday nights from 7 - 8 :30
pm. The Sacrament of Confirmation
will be celebrated in late Fall. Please
contact Janet Hassan at the parish office if you are interested
in completing your Sacraments of Initiation.
[email protected] or 595-0385 ext. 120.
BAPTISM: Baptisms at OLMC are celebrated throughout the year at the regularly
scheduled liturgies. We are now scheduling
baptisms for September. Parents are asked to
attend two Baptism Preparation sessions.
Please call Christa Blomstrom at 595-0385
ext. 119 to register.
Children’s Faith Formation
CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD
Children’s Liturgy of the Word is celebrated on the second
and the fourth Sundays of the month at the 10:00am and the
4:00pm liturgies. Children ages 4yrs to 8 yrs. are invited
to gather in the Daily Mass Chapel during the liturgy
to listen to and participate in the Liturgy of the
Word in a way that is relevant to their young lives.
They return to their family before the celebration
of the Eucharist. No registration is necessary.
VIRTUS
VIRTUS TRAINING The Diocese mandates that all those that
minister with children or youth must take this training prior to
volunteering. All parents using the Cooperative Nursery at
OLMC must also be trained.
Upcoming VIRTUS TRAINING will be offered at:
Bl. Kateri Tekakwitha (Tabb): Wed, Aug. 17 - 6:30PM
St. Bede (Williamsburg): Wed, August 24 - 5:30 PM
Ch. of the Good Shepherd (Smithfield): Sat, Aug. 27-9AM
Register for the 3 hour session online at Virtusonline.org.
Click on Registration to the left of the page.
Inclusive Ministries
SPRED An information session for potential SPRED Volunteers and Friends will be held on Wednesday, August 17, at
6:30 PM in the Commons Meeting Space. Members of our
team will be present to share with you our experiences, joys,
and challenges from this past year, and the gifts we
have received from our Friends. If you have a special place in
your heart for our brothers and sisters with intellectual disabilities, please join us to learn more. Call Dave Dwyer, 817-5960.
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Liturgical Ministries
Social Ministry
1.
SATURDAY 5PM & SUNDAY
8AM MASS ATTENDEES!
Ushers are needed at the Saturday 5:00
and Sunday 8:00 Masses. Share your
gifts of hospitality with our OLMC family and visitors and help all to feel welcome. Commitment time is two weeks
per month while attending Mass. Training is provided. Please
contact Gary/Sharon at 851-7404.
OLMC Parish Store
Stop by the Parish Store for
Tickets to Latin Night,
Coffee from Guatemala,
Bibles, Rosaries and more!
We are in need of additional volunteers, especially at the
4pm Sunday Mass. If you can smile, add, and spare a few
minutes after Mass once a month, please contact Sharon at
[email protected] or call Tina at595-0385 ext 118.
Ladies of Carmel
Reflecting Christ
Transformed by The Eucharist…
Reaching Out into community.
Eastern Shore Migrant Mission Trips
Thanks so very much for all the generous donations!
On August 2nd we traveled to a much larger camp with
over 300 men and women. We were able to provide
50 bags of food, over 30 bags of personal care and
medical care items, clothing, washcloths, books,
care packages for children, and miscellaneous items.
The last date for travel is: August 9.
Special thanks to Ann Pizzano for driving us each week!
Please plan on joining us. For more information please
contact Carmen Lane 869-8389
Items being collected for Mission Trips:
plain white rice, dry beans, small face towels,
canned tomatoes, bug repellent, sun screen, band
aides, Neosporin, personal care items, toilet paper,
small toys for children, books, crayons, games
Please place items for trips in the white bin labeled:
Migrant Mission Trips
BACK TO SCHOOL
ST. NORBERT'S GUILD: will gather on Wednesday, August
10th, @ 11:30AM to luncheon at Joe & Mimma's, 694 J. Clyde
Morris Blvd., to celebrate August Birthdays.
Please note change of restaurant!
As you find yourself out and about. If you happen to notice some good deals on Back to School items, consider
picking up something and dropping it in one of the baskets in the Commons when you come to Mass.
Children going back to school can be a stressful
time for families living below the poverty level.
Manna Parish Fundraiser
Outreach Office Statistics for JUNE
Friends, it's time to go back to school with Manna. Get
everything you need from school supplies to uniforms with
Manna. Remember Target, Land's End, Office Depot, KMart, Wal-Mart and all your favorite shopping places for
all you're planning to buy - and thank you for supporting
our parish fundraiser.
Healing Ministry
NURSING HOME: Do you enjoy spreading
sunshine? Please consider going to a nursing
Home once a week to bring Eucharist with a
smile. Please contact Jenn at ext. 129 or [email protected]
Planning to Get Married?
The first step in planning for the Sacrament of
Marriage at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish
is to attend a Marriage Information Evening!
To find out when the next evening will be held or for other
information contact Susan Lorentz: 874-4023.
Assistance
#People/Families
Amount
Rent/Mortgage
13
$3804.11
Dominion Power
35
$4591.74
Waterworks
6
$700.33
VA Natural Gas
5
$539.10
HRSD
2
$178.58
Food
52
Over 100 Bags
Total:
113
$9813.86
Thank you so very much for your continued support!
Food Panty Needs:
Dry Milk Packets (Most easily found at Kroger or
Walmart), Beef Stew, Tuna Helper, Corn, Canned
Tomatoes, Peanut Butter/Jelly, Canned Fruit,
Cereal, Rice, Canned Beans, Boxed Potatoes,
Spam, Raisins
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OLMC Parish News
Community News
HOSPITALITY MINISTRY/DONUTS
So many parishioners enjoy the fellowship that follows our
Sunday morning liturgies and a cup of coffee and a donut
during this time is really appreciated. Please consider volunteering for this important ministry. We especially need volunteers after the 10 AM liturgy. Currently we only have
three teams serving this mass and ideally we would have six
teams. Anyone can form a team, but a minimum of two
adults is needed. Often families serve together. For additional information or to volunteer, please contact Julie Hall,
[email protected] or 595-0385, x115.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School is now accepting applications for the 2011-2012 school
year. Applications available on website: www.olmc-school.com.
OLMC School is a 2009 Blue Ribbon recipient, is
fully accredited and maintains the traditions of the Roman Catholic faith while stressing academic excellence. Needbased scholarships are available - contact 596-2754.
New for 2011-2012: Full day preschool (4 year) with a noon
dismissal option.
PARISH COUNCIL
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish is looking for
new members for the Parish Council. The term
for at least 6 of the current members is expiring
soon. Qualifications are simple; first and foremost you need to be a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Nomination slips will be available in August.
Clear the date of Saturday, August 20, at 9:00am because
that is when the discernment will take place.
POOR CLARE VOCATION DAY
Beginning Saturday, August 20 at 2:30 PM
Until Sunday, August 21 at 10:00 AM
(Holy Mass will be offered at 8:00AM Sunday)
800 Years Ago, our Mother St. Clare Left All Things to Follow
Christ. In honor of this anniversary, we would like to welcome
to our monastery young women who may be discerning a vocation to the cloistered contemplative life or who just desire to
learn more. There will be the opportunity to speak, pray and
recreate with some of the nuns. Limited accommodation is
available for those who wish to stay overnight and attend our
prayer traditionally offered around midnight. On Saturday, a
light evening meal will be provided, along with a simple Sunday breakfast and beverages. God bless you!
RSVP Monastery of Poor Clares
5500 Holly Fork Road
Barhamsville, Virginia
[email protected] 757-566-1684
LATIN NIGHT / NOCHE LATINA
In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month:
Join us for a night of dinner, dancing and fun;
Latino Style
WHEN:
Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011
WHERE: Knights of Columbus Hall
12742 Nettles Dr., Newport News
TIME:
6:30pm – 11:00pm
TICKETS: $15.00 per person
Tickets can be purchased at Parish Store. Proceeds to go
towards the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Spanish Choir’s
Concert Trip to Charlottesville, VA.
CUB SCOUT PACK 242
For New and Returning Scouts
Bowling - If you are a boy in entering the first grade through
fifth grade in the fall—or you're 7 to 10 years old—then Cub
Scouting is for you. Come out and enjoy the fun and meet some
fellow Cub Scouts. Bowling is planned for Saturday, August 27,
2011 beginning at 1:00 p.m. at Spare Times in Hampton near the
Intersection of Mercury and Armistead at 1 Family Fun Place.
OLMC Round-Up for the Upcoming Year - The information and
membership meeting for the coming year will be on Wednesday,
August 31 at 6:30 at the OLMC School gym and/or cafeteria.
Additional details will be provided as the date approaches.
If you have any questions, please call the Cubmaster, Tom
Degnon, at 238-2533 or [email protected] or Membership
Chair, Debra Brand at 766-8384 or [email protected]
CATHOLIC WOMEN’S SCRIPTURE STUDY
Welcome to women of all ages. Please join us this fall for our
8th year of studying God’s Word as we delve into the Book of
Revelation. The class will meet in the Commons Meeting Space
at 9AM on Tuesday mornings, beginning September 13th. Child
care will be available for $5 per week per family. In order to
conserve costs in ordering our books, and to have them by the
first class, make your reservation by August 12th by calling
Theresa May at 833-7339.
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED - Host families are needed for international students attending Peninsula Catholic High School for
the 2011 – 2012 school year! These F-1 Visa students are from
China and Korea, speak English, are fully insured, and have
their own pocket money for personal expenses. Host families
provide room and board and receive a monthly $600 hosting
stipend. There is 24 hour local support. Two agencies send
students to Peninsula Catholic. For more information, please
contact:
Karen Mercer w/Nacel Open Door International Private School
Program 757-721-7345, (C) 757-418-3977 [email protected]
or Kim Kiely, New Oasis International Education,
(757) 585-1691 or [email protected]
TIDEWATER CATHOLIC SINGLES, aka Tidewater Catholic
Alumni Club is a social, spiritual and service oriented club for
single Catholics. We are hosting a Wine and Cheese social on
Saturday, August 20 in Virginia beach at 5pm. for prospective
members. For more information, contact Theresa: 672-4104,
[email protected]
or Andrew: 851-5359, [email protected]
ROMANCE IS IN THE AIR
Married couples make a date with each other for September 2325, 2011 to enhance your romance on a Worldwide Marriage
Encounter weekend. This weekend will take place in Norfolk,
VA. Visit our web page at www.wwmeva.org . Register early
by contacting Diana and Brian at 804 379-4297, or [email protected] Register early.
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Sunday, August 7, 2011
8:00 – Andy Judak
Cathy Luth
10:00 – Joe & Cathy Struhar
Mary Dunn
2:00 – For the People of the Parish
4:00 – Lucy Sullivan
Florence Fiscella
Mon – (7am) Int’s of the Wells Family
Sr. Mary Grace
Tue – (6:30pm) Charlie Barnett - 15th Anniv. Kitty Barnett
Wed – (8:15am) James Edward O’Donnell Liz O’Donnell
Thur – (7am) Sidney McGovern
John & Mary Frantz
(6:30pm) Edwin & Bertha Peterson
Fri – (8:15am) Carl Kreykenbohm
Tyra & Stephen
Saturday, August 13, 2011
5:00 – Marco Pennington
Sunday, August 14, 2011
8:00 – Jeffery Waldfogel & Glen Smith
10:00 – Robert Trainum
2:00 – Mother of Bertha Marusek
4:00 – For the People of the Parish
Noreen Pennington
Waldfogel &
Murray Families
Mary Trainum
7/24/11
$14,365
Last Year
$22,437
E-Giving for July 26 - July 28: $1,745
Special Collection for Youth Ministry: $3,385
Thank you for your generosity
Flowers for the Worship Center may be given as memorials
for a loved one or special occasion. To schedule a memorial
floral gift, please call Eileen, ext. 116 at least two weeks in
advance of the date you wish. The suggested donation to
cover the cost is $85.
Offertory Processions:
Parishioners are invited to carry the gifts during the
Offertory Procession at all of our liturgies. If
you are celebrating a memorial, birthday, or
anniversary, please sign up on the Gift Bearers
poster in the Commons.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School News
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School is now accepting applications
for the 2011-2012 school year. Applications available on website: www.olmc-school.com.
OLMC School is a 2009 Blue Ribbon recipient, is fully accredited and maintains the traditions of
the Roman Catholic faith while stressing academic excellence. Need-based scholarships available - contact 596-2754.
New for 2011-2012: Full day preschool (4 year) with a noon dismissal option.
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday from 10:00am to 2:00pm
CALLING ALL OLMC PARENTS! Get a jump start on your 2011-2012 service hours and
help beautify the school grounds for the start of the school year. Landscaping/grounds maintenance will take place on Saturday, July 30 and Saturday, August 6 from 8:00am to 1:00pm
(even an hour would be appreciated). Please contact Mr. Mike Murawski for further details
and any questions at [email protected] or 867-5234.
THANK YOU to the OLMC Parish Community for saving your Campbell's Soup labels, Farm
Fresh receipts and General Mills Boxtops. We have been able to acquire items for the school
ranging from paper clips to gym equipment with the points collected from the give-back programs. Please continue to save your labels and receipts over the summer.
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7 de agosto del 2011
DECIMO NOVENO DOMINGO
DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO
PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA
DEL CARMEN
Ministerio Hispano
Coordinador: Francisco Anleu
TEL. Oficina: (757) 595-0385 Ext. 136
TEL. Celular: (757) 846-0628
Misas en Español
Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM
Quieres ser parte de algún ministerio en nuestra parroquia,
algún ministerio de tu interés, en el cual quieras servir, favor de
contactar al coordinador indicado en la lista siguiente.
Directorio de Ministerios en la Parroquia
Coordinador de Misa: Carmen Lane
Visita a los Enfermos: Francisco Anleu
Eucaristía/Interprete: Rafael Benet
Proclamadores/de Madre a Madre:
Shorty Meléndez
Monaguillos: José Sánchez
Ujieres: Ricardo Miranda
Música: Ive González
RICA: Guillo González
Bautismo: José y Alejandra Sánchez
Hospitalidad, Convivíos: Maritza Reyes
Clases de Ingles: Nora Mendivil
Jóvenes 9no a 12vo: Se necesita un coordinador.
Educación Religiosa para Niños, Sacramentos:
María Angélica Tuquer
869-8389
ext. 136
990-9688
599-0882
269-0319
292-3095
827-4454
827-4454
269-0319
325-0697
310-1854
345-8898
CLiFF
Formación de Fe Intergeneracional Permanente de Comunidades
Bajo este programa se desarrollan todas las actividades religiosas de la parroquia, como Educación Religiosa para niños, jóvenes, jóvenes adultos y adultos, desarrollados en diferente áreas
de Formación de fe: Tales como. Rica, rosarios, grupo de jóvenes, sacramentos, liturgias, etc. Participando en estas actividades programadas nos convertimos en PERSONAS DE FE:
Que es Personas de Fe? Son personas individuales o en familia
que nos reunimos una vez al mes, para participar, compartir,
aprender y profundizar mas nuestra fe, en COMUNIDAD.
Este es el nuevo horario, para el siguiente año, considere formar
parte de estas actividades, para compartir, o también si pueden
ayudarnos con la preparación, programación y realización de
estas sesiones en español.
Los temas para el siguiente programa de Personas de Fe.
Son los siguientes:
Octubre 2, 2011.
Llamados a la Oración.
Noviembre 6, 2011. El misal Romano y sus cambios.
Diciembre 04, 2011. Oración en Adviento y Navidad
Enero 08, 2012,
La Oración del Padre Nuestro
Marzo 4, 2012.
Oración en Cuaresma y Pascua.
Abril 15, 2012.
El Rosario
Mayo 20, 2012 Sesión Final. Misa de Clausura y Picnic.
Únete a nuestros esfuerzo, por la Evangelización, tanto como participante, como voluntario para catequesis.
El programa de Personas de Fe, es requisito para la preparación
de cualquier sacramento. Que el Señor los bendiga.
Charlas de preparación para el Sacramento de Bautismo
Agosto 14 A LAS 10 DE LA MAÑANA.
Requisitos: Padres y padrinos deben estar registrados en la parroquia y también deben de registrarse para recibir las charlas con
los catequistas. Quienes pueden ser padrino? El padrino, es un
hombre o una mujer que ayudan a los padres del niño en el desarrollo y crecimiento de su fe. Un solo padrino es requerido, debe
tener mas de 16 años, ser soltero y haber recibido el sacramento
de la confirmación, si es pareja, debe tener recibido el sacramento
del matrimonio. Se solicita la constancia del sacramento. Deben
registrarse al menos una semana antes, con los catequistas, ya que
ellos preparan las clases de acuerdo al numero de personas que
asistirán. Estas charlas son para las familias que desean bautiza
en el mes de Septiembre. El niño debe ser menor se 7 años. Si es
mayor de siete años, debe hablar con Francisco Anleu.
La Misión al Eastern Shore
Queridos hermanos, El día martes 09 de Agosto es el ultimo
viaje al Eastern Shore. Quiero Agradecer en nombre de la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano, a todos aquellos que colaboraron
de alguna manera, con nuestra misión, bien sea donando un
producto, acompañándonos en los viajes o por haber nos puesto
en sus oraciones. En nuestro ultimo viaje, esta programado
celebrar la Misa y después hacer una fiesta con los trabajadores
del campo, logrando de esa manera hacerles sentir que también
son nuestros hermanos en Cristo y que rezamos por su bienestar en cada uno de los lugares en donde ellos vayan. Así que si
quieres unirte a esta celebración, en colaborar con un platillo de
comida, si no esta en tus posibilidades viajar, nosotros lo llevaremos con mucho gusto. Estamos necesitando, Panes, Gaseosas, pasteles, Cualquier clase de Comida ya hecha. De todas
maneras estas invitado. Si Quieres viajar con nosotros llama a
Carmen Lane al Teléfono: 869-8389 para asegurar que tengas
un espacio en el Bus. Una Vez mas, Gracias por todo su apoyo, colaboración y oraciones.
Visitando a los enfermos: Si conoces o tienes alguien que esta
enfermo, en casa o esta en el hospital favor de avisarnos para
que el ministerio de Sanación de la Parroquia, pueda visitarlo,
bien sea para oración con el o llevarle la Sagrada Comunión.
Comunícate con Francisco Anleu 595-0385 extensión 136 ó al
846-0628. Favor de dejar el mensaje con la información.
Nombre del paciente, y lugar en donde esta localizado. Numero de teléfono para llamarles y coordinar la visita.
Queridos Hermanos, El consejo parroquial, hará un discernimiento para nuevos miembros, por favor considere a alguien de
la comunidad hispana, para que pueda representarnos. Pronto
estarán disponibles los espacios para que nomines a alguien. El
20 de Agosto será el día del Discernimiento a las 9:00AM.
Sacramento de Confirmación para Adultos: Queridos hermanos interesados en recibir su sacramento de confirmación.
El programa empezara en Septiembre favor de registrarse para
poder ordenar los materiales, este consistirá en 10 semanas,
esperamos en Dios poder finalizar el curso antes del primer
domingo de Adviento 2011. Este programa es solo para personas adultas, que sea miembros activas dela parroquia.
Felicitaciones a Omar Moncada, y Andrés Nieves, por haber
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