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May 29 - Saint Joseph Catholic Church
87 Lacy Street NW • Marietta, Georgia • 30060-111 • (770)422-5633 • www.saintjosephcc.org
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
87 Lacy Street NW, Marietta, Georgia 30060-1111
www.saintjosephcc.org
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Congratulations, 2016 Graduates!
Blessed Trinity High School
Interamerican University
Sprayberry High School
Garrett Scott Dupuis
Avery Moore
Emeke Okobah
Anna Schendl
Elizabeth Tenoschok
Haley Weis
Kennesaw Mountain
High School
St. Pius X Catholic
High School
Clemson University
Austin L. Jamie
Edward Molinary
Arielle Auguste
Michael Colcombe
Kevin Jones
Christian Allen Rivera
Anna Wallace
Brandon Bielak
Megan Smith
University of Georgia
Adele Auguste
Drake Moore
John
Lind Collar
III
PARISH
SECRETARY
Tina Harding...(770)422-5633 x24
Matthew F. Pfister
Pastor
John Patrick
BUSINESS MANAGER
Carol Donofrio…...(770)422-5633
x22
Justin Young
Monsignor John Walsh Marietta High School
PASTORALMINISTRY/OUTREACH
Parochial Vicars:
Cornell University
Rev. Michael Sherliza
Joane Auguste
Rev. Guyma Noel
Deacons:
Dominion Christian
Schools
Deacon Thomas
Shaver, OFS
Deacon Bruce Reed
Andrew Garavaglia
Micah-Jude Coburn
University of North Georgia
Josselyn Cortez
Sarah
Schendl
PRESCHOOL
Anna Fenton
FACILITIES MANAGER
Juan Pablo Ocampo
HISPANIC MINISTRY
Marist School
SAINT JOSEPH
SCHOOL
Wheeler
High School
Magnet Program
Troy Bresch
Cameron Pearson
Deacon Frank Devereux
Lisa Fiamingo…...(770)422-5633 x50
Norman Keller
MUSIC MINISTRY
East PauldingDeacon
High School
Wright State University
Mount
St.
Mary’s
University
Deacon Greg Smilski
Tyler Vandenbos
Nicholas A. Nudi
ThomasSCHOOL
Crone OF RELIGION
PARISH
ADULT EDUCATION
Georgia Southern University
Tanner Douglas Dupuis
Thomas McCormick
Mount Paran of Masses
Schedule
Friday
Christian School
Nicole
8:00Selman
AM and 12:00 PM
Monday
Saturday
Harrison High School
North
Cobb
High
8:00 AM and 12:00 PM
8:00School
AM
Isabel D’Arcy
Justin
Nguyen
Tuesday
4:00
PM
Vigilia
en Español
Jim Fadus
8:00 AM and 12:00 PM
5:30 PM Vigil
Griffin Hughes
Osborne
High
School
Cara Piotrowski
Wednesday
7:30 PM Vigilia
en Español
Raciel Robles Govea
8:15 AM School Mass
Sunday
Mireya Perez
Hillgrove12:00
HighPM
School
Anointing of the
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM,
Chioma Achukwy Sick
10:45
AM, 12:30
Savannah
College
of PM,
Samuel Aultman James
7:00 PM en Español
2:30
PM en Español
Art and
Design
Emma Robertson
Thursday
5:00
Life Teen
Henry Squire
Raven MirandaPM
Brown
AM and 12:00 PM
Samantha8:00
Stringer
Virginia Vogt
Reconciliation
Friday
6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00-10:00AM
3:30-4:30 PM
Miercoles
6:00 PM en Español
May 29, 2016 •
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Living Our Faith
Parish School of Religion
[email protected]
VBS is Almost here!
Summer is just around the corner so that means VBS is approaching and
registration has begun!. VBS is the week of June 20 to 24, from 9:30 AM to
Noon. Forms are available in the Narthex, online, PSR office, or Parish Office. There is a dropbox in the Narthex to return completed forms.
We are still in need to fill various volunteer opportunities for the week.
Positions include teachers, aides, craft helpers, refreshment helpers, music
helpers and storytelling helpers, and are in CRITICAL NEED of a nursery coordinator and helpers. Please contact
Kathy Christianson at [email protected] or 770.422.5633 x52 for more information on how you can
become a part of the VBS team!
VBS Craft Team Needs Your Help!!! Please save empty egg cartons for an upcoming VBS project. There are plastic bins in the Narthex where your donation of empty
egg cartons may be left.
Mother’s Circle
is a ministry for moms of the parish with young children. We meet weekly for playdates
and fellowship. For more information contact Amy Lyons 404.966.3710 or [email protected] or
Teresa Vestal 405.740.5180 or [email protected]
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Our next activities are:
Monday, May 31, Zoo Atlanta at 9:30 AM
Thursday, June 16, East Cobb Park at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, June 29, Seven Springs Water Park at
12:30 PM
Tuesday, July 12, Laurel Park at 10:00 AM
Wednesday, July 20, Swift-Cantrell Park at 9:30 AM
Support Our Troops
Saint Joseph Parish will once again
have a bus available for parishioners
who would like a ride to the Congress.
Please contact Greg White
678.787.4930 for more information.
The weekend of June 18 and 19 is our next collection.
Do you have a deployed loved one who would like to
receive a package? If so, please contact Pat at
770.427.2928 or [email protected]
Please pray for
Peter Kaman Ndaraya and Susan Wansiku Kanyuira
who are to be married in Nairobi, Kenya on
June 11, 2016.
Monsignor John Walsh
Saint Joseph Catholic Church • Marietta, Georgia • www.saintjosephcc.org
In today’s Gospel, the disciples suggest that Jesus disperse the crowd so that they might individually seek
food and lodging. The miracle of the feeding of the
five thousand is Jesus’ powerful reminder that when
we share our gifs in His name there is always more than enough!
Mass Intentions
May 29—June 5
Second Collection: June 4 and 5
Saint Joseph Saint Vincent de Paul
Your faithful and generous donations help us to meet the needs of so
many in our community who appeal to us for assistance. Thank you
for helping us to reach out with compassion.
Pianist Needed
Our 12:30 PM contemporary group is in need of a pianist who is comfortable reading both chord charts and
notated music. The group rehearses on Sunday mornings before the 12:30 PM Mass. If interested in sharing
your talents in this way, please contact John Brandt,
Director of Music at 770.422.5633 x62 or
[email protected] as soon as possible.
A very nice charm bracelet has been found in
the church. If it is yours and you can describe
the charms, please stop by the parish office to
pick it up.
Scripture Readings
Mary 29—June 5
The Most Holy
Thursday
Body and Blood of Christ
2 Tm 2:8-15 • Mk 12:28-34
Gn 14:18-20
Friday
1 Cor 11:23-26
Ez 34:11-16 • Rom 5:5b-11 • Lk 15:3-7
Lk 9:11b-17
The Most Sacred heart of Jesus
Psalms I
Saturday
Monday
2 Tm 4:1-8 • Lk 2:41-51
2 Pt 1:2-7 • Mk 12:1-12
The Immaculate Heart of the
Tuesday
Blessed Virgin Mary
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
1 Kgs 17:17-24
Gal 1:11-19
Wednesday
Lk 7:11-17
2 Tm 1:1-3,6-12 • Mk 12:18-27
Psalms II
Saint Justin, martyr
5:30 PM (Vigil………...† Robert Colaiacovo
7:30 PM (Vigilia) En Español
7:30 AM…..….……………...…. † Millie Sutton
9:00 AM............... † Patricia Ann Fernandez
10:45 AM….................................. Parishioners
12:30 PM...... † Beckman Family Members
2:30 PM En Español………….. † Manolo Martinez
5:00 PM Life Teen……………….. † Sergio Tronfi
Monday, May 30
† Suzanne Parks
12:00 PM.. (intention) Elizabeth & David Thaler
Tuesday, May 31
8:00 AM…......... (intention) Diane Guzman
12:00 PM.….…… (intention) Beth Ebinger
Wednesday, June 1
8:00 AM……………………………..…... † Gary Stanziano
12:00 PM…... (intention) Carlos & Loretta Mora
7:00 PM En Español..
Thursday, June 2
8:00 AM…………………………....…. † Kyle Willis
12:00 PM...................................... Unemployed
Friday, June 3
8:00 AM………………….... † Robert Reichert
12:00 PM.................................................................
(60th wedding anniversary) Jim & Theresa Smith
Saturday, June 4
8:00 AM…....... Sharon & Dennis McCarthy
5:30 PM (Vigil…………………….....† Jack Ball
7:30 PM (Vigilia) En Español † Manolo Martinez
7:30 AM.……………...…. † Martin Devereux
9:00 AM................................... † Andrew Gazo
10:45 AM….................................. Parishioners
12:30 PM........... (intention) James Bradley
2:30 PM En Español…….…….. † Miguel Martinez
5:00 PM Life Teen….... † Bob & Lorraine Tandy
May 29, 2016 •
The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
We pray for our loved ones
For the sick and suffering
Joanna Adkins
Rose Adkins
Egan Allen
Robert Arevalo
Maura Boyle
Marjorie Brannan
Daniel Brown
Tricia Camp
Lee Christianson
Joanne Cirelli
Angel Contreras
Rhonda Cotton
Ronnie Crews
Oliver Crowson
Melissa Davenport
Christopher Dobson
Andrew DuBois
Lena Ferree
Fiona Finnegan
Jake Fitzpatrick
Willie Flanagan
Ed Flynn
Katie Grant
Phyllis Gravitt
Ron Helton
Randy Hinton
Hagan Hussey
Anita Ives
Felicia Johnson
John Johnson
Monica Johnson
Tyler King
Jennifer Landry
Rev. Jose Luis Lanz, SJ
Kurt Lindquist
Samantha Livingston
Mario Martinez
Noah Mayeux
William McIntosh
Gerry McPartlan
Marilyn Merchant
Nicole Molinary
Daniel Pazak
Elizabeth Lancia Ryan
Deanna Seay
Fr. Michael Sherliza
Linda Stadel
Mary Tankersley
Florencia Thomas
Charlene F. Tillis
Alan Travillian
Vickie Weber
For all of those in nursing homes and hospice, especially those
who are suffering or dying.
Names appear on the prayer list for two weeks unless otherwise requested. To add someone to our prayer list, please
email [email protected]
For our loved ones serving in the military
Brandt Ange
Joseph Bailey
Ramon Bargallo
Andrew Barron
Alex Bartlett
Chris Brinkmann
David Brinkmann
MatthewA.Burgess
Adam Cole
Andrew Cole
Dan Cowen
Mason Danner
Matthew Danner
Alexander Echols
Anthony J Falvo IV
Wesley Farren
Gabriel Fennelly
Andrew Gebert
Michael Haley
Drew Hanshaw
Ryan Harris
Connor Hughes
Michael Ivey
Logan Jackson
Brandon Jennings
Chad Jennings
Timothy Johnson
Ryan Jones
Hunter Jordan
Patrick Kane
John Kruszuwsky
Chris Lineback
Ryan Lineback
Alixandra Mackey
Luis J. Martinez
Tyler McCaslin
KennethMcIntosh
MatthewMolmer
Patrick O’Reilly
Ryan Parker
Adam Pastor
Preston Pass
Sean Pitts
Kevin Regan
Ryne Regan
Jeremy Sanusi
Todd Sartian
Joseph Sellman
Brian Sexton
Logan Steele
William J. Strapp
Anna Sweat
Brian & Poa Sweat
John Sweat
ArthurL.Tarantino
Matthew&HeidiUtzen
John Ryan Walsh
Patrick J. Walsh
Mike Williams
Brett Zehnder
On The Deck—College Ministry Join other College-age
students from around Atlanta for some good, Christian
fellowship and spiritual growth. Includes dinner, talk,
and social time. Ages 18-22. Chancery at Archdiocese of
Atlanta 2401 Lake Park Dr SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
Coming soon:
Summer events for rising 6th, 7th and 8th graders!
Summer
Schedule of
Events
All of our High School Summer Events are open to all
rising 9th-12th graders. Come on your own or bring your
friends for some good, summer fun! Some events require
registration
Ball-Up Wednesdays All Ballers—Let’s GO! 6 hours
of real ball time, score board, refs, 10 minute games, as
two winning teams compete for final prize. Spectators
welcome!
Summer Surprise Last year’s Summer Surprises
were the best!! We had a Swing dance competition in
June and Open Mic Night with the Mobile Mission
Band in July. Wonder what we will do this year? Only
Lisa and a few Core Members know. Come find out,
you won’t want to miss it!
Mission Trip—Catholic Heart Work Camp Jaime
Roberts from Mobile Mission and St. Luke’s parish has
7 openings on her trip to Catholic Heart, June 19-25.
First come, first serve. Cost is $345. Contact Lisa for
more information and to secure a spot.
Movie Night—God’s Not Dead Join us in Marist Hall
for a movie, pizza, ice cream and coffee bar.
LTA—Life Teen Association If you have a heart for
service, join our LTA. We usually meet the 1st and 3rd
Sunday of every month at 2:00 PM in the Life Teen
Room and other times when needed.
Whirly Ball
Join us at Mad Mad Whirled for a day of good competition of Whirly Ball and Laser Tag. Registration/
permission required by June 15 to
[email protected]
Life Teen Office
Lisa Fiamingo, Director of Youth Ministry
770.422.5633 x50 [email protected]
Saint Joseph Catholic Church • Marietta, Georgia • www.saintjosephcc.org
Knowing Our Faith
Adult Formation
Tina Harding [email protected]
Inquiry Class for Non-Catholics We have begun our
new Inquiry class on Sundays at 10:15 AM in the Adult
Education Room for anyone who is interested in learning
more about the Catholic Church. These classes are designed for your interest and your questions. Please contact Tina Harding and she will register you and send you
a welcome packet [email protected] or
770.422.5633 x24.
Prayer and Praise, a charismatic prayer meeting,
meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday at 7:00 PM in the
Sugar Hill House. There is singing, glory and praise,
scripture passages for sharing, personal witnesses,
and healing prayers. For more information contact
Claudette Morrison at [email protected]
Book Club Summer Read
This summer we are reading Pulitzer Prize winner All
The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. You can
find it on Amazon. It's over 500 pages, but you have until
September 11 to enjoy it. Join us to discuss this stunning
Position Openings at Saint Joseph
Adult Ministry and RCIA Coordinator Position
Saint Joseph is seeking a full-time Adult Ministry and
RCIA Coordinator for our active parish. This position
reports to the pastor and collaborates with other ministry coordinators in outreach to and in the formation of
all adults. The development and implementation of parish-wide evangelization and discipleship programming
is needed. Qualified candidates should have adult ministry leadership and RCIA experience, excellent written
and verbal communication skills, exceptional interpersonal and customer service skills, organizational skills,
a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in Pastoral
Ministry, Theology, or Religious Studies (or equivalent)
and proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint. Applicant must be a practicing
Catholic in communion with the Roman Catholic
Church. The position requires some evening and weekend hours depending upon ministry needs. Salary commensurate with experience. Interested candidates
should submit cover letter and resume to Bruce Reed
[email protected]
Excellence that challenges students in grades K-8 by
educating the mind and expanding the heart. We are
accepting applications on a rolling admissions for
the 2016-2017 school year. Please visit
www.stjosephschool.org and click on Apply Now to
learn more about our terrific school! To arrange a
tour and have your questions answered you may call
the school office at 770.428.3328 or email Judy
Brodell at [email protected]
Please join us on Sunday, June 5 at the 12:30 PM Mass
to congratulate Tina on her retirement. Tina served
Saint Joseph Church for 32 years. Stop by the narthex
after Mass to wish Tina God’s blessings and congratulations!!
Facilities Manager Position
General Overview of Responsibilities:
—Manage and direct all maintenance and repair of parish buildings, grounds and equipment. Provide firsthand input and direction regarding parish facility needs
and requirements.
—Position requires education and experience in construction, building, maintenance, and management.
—Must be able to develop, schedule, and implement
projects including vendor bidding, selection, and oversight.
—Skills required include a working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, computing HVAC systems, carpentry,
and plumbing.
—Must be able to read blueprints and have working
knowledge of Excel, Paradox, Word, WordPerfect, Powerpoint, and Publisher, Parish Soft Database; and accounting information systems.
—Must have ability to lead and direct people assigned
to the facility function in their duties.
—Must have tact, confidentiality, high integrity, flexibility, and a team-oriented management style.
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and
resume to Bruce Reed [email protected] Please
include a Summary of Experience related to the above
General Overview of Responsibilities. Knowledge of
Spanish is preferred but not required.
29 de Mayo de 2016 ~ El Cuerpo y la sangre de cristo
Lecturas de Hoy
¡Bienvenidos a nuestra Iglesia!
Horarios de Oficina
Lunes a Viernes,
9:30 AM—4:30 PM
Oficina del Ministerio Hispano
770.422.5633 exts. 34, 32, 37
Fax 770.422.1148
Horario de la Santa Misa
Sábado: 7:30 PM
Domingo: 2:30 PM
Miércoles 7:00 PM
Confesiones:
6:00 PM a 7:00 PM
Grupos del Ministerio Hispano
Grupo de Oración
Rigoberto Gramajo 678.485.0815
Grupo Nueva Vida
Luis Carlos 678.755.5011
Grupo de Biblia
D. Jose T. Merlo 404.644.0691
Grupo Apóstoles de la
Divina Misericordia
Aura Trivino 770.426.6236
Visita a enfermos
Rosa Juarez 678.668.6045
Unidos en Cristo
Amalia Cervantes 678.934.1385
Ministerio Stephen
Karina Garcia 770.422.5633 x81
Lectores
Alberto Garcia 404.312.8655
Ministros de Eucaristia
Brenda Berberena 770.420.8910
Grupo Juvenil de Adultos
Jesus Ramirez 678.848.8375
Congreso Eucarístico Arquidiócesis de Atlanta
Este es el mayor evento de nuestra Arquidiocesis. Cada
ano se reunen mas de treinta mil personas durante los
dos días de encuentro con Cristo, festividades multiculturales, musica, liturgia, platicas y hasta actividades
para los ninos. Reflexionemos en el tema de este ano:
Sean Compasivos Como Su Padre También Lo Es. La
Iglesia nos proveera autobuses GRATIS (solamente el
sabado) para ir al Congreso. Si usted desea aprovechar
esta oportunidad necesitamos que se registre con el Sr. Rigoberto
Gramajo para separar su asiento. Sigue la pagina web para informacion
adicional: http://congress.archatl.com/sessions/spanish-track.
Catequesis - Inscripciones han iniciado para
todos los niveles en horarios de oficina 9 AM-4
PM lunes a viernes. REQUISITOS: traer acta de
nacimiento y fe de bautizo para registro de ninos que vienen por primera vez y cubrir cuota.
Hoy, 29 de mayo se celebra la
Solemnidad del Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo
La Eucaristia—alimento de Misericordia:
Jesus completa este ofertorio, dandonos su propio cuerpo y
sangre en forma de pan y vino. Así se satisface nuestra
hambre en abundancia, mientras seguimos en nuestro peregrinaje hacia el banquete Celestial. Este Ano de Misericordia, estamos llamados a ofrecernos unidos a Cristo. Jesus pide “… ser
generosos con todos sabiendo que también Dios dispensa sobre nosotros
sus benevolencia con magnanimidad.”
31 de mayo: Visitación de la Virgen Maria:
Hoy es un día de fiesta para nuestra Iglesia, y así como Isabel, nuestro ser salta de gozo al recordar la visitacion de la
Virgen Maria, bendita entre las mujeres. Maria, la primera
discípula, aquella que en su vientre ha llevado a Jesus, enfrentando a toda una sociedad que podía juzgarla, ella llena
de gozo sale de camino a llevar el mensaje de Dios y su Misericordia, que se renovara de manera constante de generacion en generacion.
Sacramentos
Bautizos se celebran el cuarto sábado del mes. Llama a la oficina para confirmar fechas y horarios
770.422.5633.
Matrimonios llamar a la oficina y pedir cita. Ver folletos de informacion localizados en el Kiosco.
Misas de XV años se celebran Sábados a la 1:00 PM. Llama a la oficina para reservar la fecha deseada.
Quinceañeras que tengan su celebración registrada deberán asistir obligatoriamente a una charla de
preparación, asi como chambelanes, padres y padrinos.
Presentaciones para bebes de 40 días y 3 años de edad, es necesario pasar a la oficina para anotarlo y recibir recomendaciones.

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