St. Agnes Catholic Church

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St. Agnes Catholic Church
St. Agnes Catholic Church
100 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Rev. Juan Carlos Paguaga, Pastor
Rev. Julio Solano, Parochial Vicar
Phone: (305) 361-2351
Fax: (305) 361-8514
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.stakb.org
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Mon. - Fri.
BAPTISMS: 2nd Sunday in Spanish; 4th Sunday in
English. Call Parish Office ONE month in advance.
MARRIAGES: Arrangements must be made SIX months
in advance.
CATECHESIS - C.C.D.
DRE: Sr. Maria Andrea Oliver, SCTJM
Phone: 305-361-1378
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday: 5:30 PM
Sunday:
8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM,
and 6:00 PM - English
1:00 PM and 7:30 PM - Spanish
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon - English
6:30 PM - Spanish
Saturday 8:00 AM - English
CONFESSIONS
Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM and 4:00-5:00 PM
Also by appointment
BLESSED
SACRAMENT
CHAPEL
ST. AGNES ACADEMY
Principal: Mrs. Susana T. Rivera
• PK-3 through 8th Grade •
122 Harbor Drive, Key Biscayne, FL
Phone: 305-361-3245
Web Site: www.stakb.org
Perpetual Adoration
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Email: [email protected]
Blessed Sacrament
Benediction
Wednesday 7:45 PM
Third Sunday of Easter
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April 10, 2016
FROM 04-09-2016 TO 04-16-2016
Day
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Intentions
Time
5:30 PM
8:30 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
8:00 AM
† Gerald Broucek
Parishioners of St. Agnes
† Lolita Ortega
† Dr. Raúl E. Galliano
† Peter Alzola
Parishioners of St. Agnes
† José Loredo
† Victoria Jacir
12:00 PM † Myriam Causo
6:30 PM
Parishioners of St. Agnes
8:00 AM † Miguel “Coco” Bacallao
12:00 PM † Miguel Canal
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
6:30 PM
8:00 AM
12:00 PM
8:00 PM
† Gregory Robbin
Parishioners of St. Agnes
† Cecilia Chávez de Córdoba
† Eduardo Salgado
† Jaime Roa
† Mónica White
† Juan Casas
Parishioners of St. Agnes
†† Paul and Lorraine Novy
†† Beatriz and Enrique Conde
Parishioners of St. Agnes
8:00 AM
Justo Vázquez (birthday)
ENVELOPES (272)……......$
9,203.00
LOOSE MONEY…..… …...$
5,273.25
BY MAIL…………………...$
3,380.00
TOTAL OFFERING……....$
17,856.25
Thank you for your generosity !!!
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Brought before the Sanhedrin, the apostles
give witness to Jesus Christ. (Acts 5:27-32, 40b-41)
Psalm — I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me.
(Psalm 30)
Second Reading — In his vision John sees all in heaven and
on earth give honor and glory to the one on the throne and to
the Lamb. (Revelation 5:11-14)
Gospel — Jesus appears to the disciples by the sea of
Tiberias. (John 21:1-19 [1-14]).
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30; Jn 6:22-29
Tuesday:
Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a,
17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
Wednesday: Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40
Thursday: Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20; Jn 6:44-51
Friday:
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59
Acts 9:31-42; Ps 116:12-17; Jn 6:60-69
Saturday:
Sunday:
Acts 13:14, 43-52; Ps 100:1-3, 5; Rv 7:9, 14b-17;
Jn 10:27-30
THE HOLY YEAR OF MERCY
“How appropriate today’s gospel for the Jubilee Year of Mercy, both because of the ‘breakfast Jesus
provides (“a charcoal fire with fish on it and bread”) and the number of fish in Peter’s net (“one hundred
fifty-three”) (John 21:11-12) Of the fish, St. Augustine suggests that the roasted fish is the suffering Christ.
St. Gregory the Great adds that Christ lowered himself to swim in the “water” of our humanity; to be
caught in the “net of our death; to be “roasted” in His Passion on the fire of suffering. St. Jerome claims
that “One hundred fifty-three” represents the full number of known species of fish, signifying that the
Church’s “net” has room for all our widely diverse humanity, securing our unity-in-diversity in the hands of Peter and his
successors. Having received God’s mercy as “the beating heart of the Gospel,” may the Church — we — “pattern our
~Peter Scagnelli, JSPaluch
behavior after the Son of God who went out to everyone without exception.” (Misericoridae Vultus, 12).
Date
Activities
Place
Time
Sunday
10
Buen Pastor-English Program
Baptism - Kuntze
Pastoral Center
Church
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:15 PM
Tuesday
12
Rosary
Rosario Comunitario
N.A.
Women's’ Emmaus Meeting
Chapel
Church
Parish Hall
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
7:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Blessed Sacrament Benediction
Men’s Emmaus Meeting
Catechism
Youth Ministry
Chapel
Pastoral Center 401
St. Agnes Academy
Parish Hall
7:45 PM
8:00 PM
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Rosary for Missing People
Talleres de Oración y Vida
Holy Hour
Grupo de Oración “Madre de Dios”
Grupo Buen Pastor (Evangelización)
Chapel
Chapel
Parish Hall
Pastoral Center 402
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 PM
8:00 PM
7:30 PM
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy
Cenacle
Chapel
Church
3:00 PM
7:30 PM
Confessions
Church
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
13
Thursday
14
Friday
15
Saturday
16
Pastoral Center 401
Pastoral Center 403
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Third Sunday of Easter
PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC
ADORATION
April 10, 2016
Youth Ministry News:
ADORERS NEEDED
“Could you not watch with me one
hour?”
Mt. 26,40
Our Perpetual Adoration Ministry is
calling for new adorers to answer the
Lord’s call to spend a holy hour of
adoration before His blessed Sacrament located in
our Adoration Chapel. We continue to invite all
parish members to consider committing to at least
one hour a week. Our Lord awaits each and every
one to come and stay with Him for a holy hour.
Sign-up forms are available in the Perpetual
Adoration Chapel. Please contact Ana Lucrecia De
Aguiar at (305) 798-7896 or email her at
[email protected] for more information.
COOKING FOR THE HOMELESS
You are invited to take part in our
monthly Camillus House Ministry,
cooking for our homeless. Just cook a
meal a month in the comfort of your
home and freeze it. We provide the
recipe and the container. The first Thursday of each
month, bring your frozen food to St. Agnes Parish Office,
between 11:15 and 11:45 AM, where our group will
collect it and deliver to Camillus House. It is an easy and
convenient way of feed 10 people for each dish that you
cook. For more information, please call Elia Tarafa at
305) 632-9607 or email: [email protected] May God
bless you, and many thanks!
RAFFLE!!
We have only FOUR drawings remaining for our
$100,000 Raffle. You still have time to purchase a
winning ticket! The suggested donation is $100
per ticket. Please, fill out an order form as soon as
possible.
Order forms are available at the Parish office.
Thank you and good luck!
HIGH SCHOOL MINISTRY: Join us for our regular
Wednesday gatherings from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM.
Mark your calendar: On Wednesday, April 20 we are
hosting an ADORATION HOUR just for teens in the
church. Join us during Easter to adore our Risen
Christ with other teens! 7:45-8:45 PM.
MIDDLE SCHOOL MINISTRY:
Next Helping the
Homeless Sandwich Ministry, Sunday, April 17th.
For more information, e-mail: [email protected]
Instagram: stakbyg
Twitter: @stakbYG
EUCHARISTIC CENACLES
Friday, April 15th, 2016
at 7:30 PM
The Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus
and Mary invite you every Third Friday of
each month, to our Eucharistic Cenacles at
St. Agnes at 7:30 PM. We begin by praying the Holy
Rosary, followed by the Holy Mass, praise and worship
before the Blessed Sacrament, prayer for the sick and
intercession for all the needs of the Church and of the world.
For more information, please visit our websites:
"
www.piercedhearts.org / www.corazones.org /
www.corecclesiae.org
10:00 AM CONFESSIONS CANCELLED
APRIL 16, 2016
Please be advised there will be no confessions
heard at 10:00 AM on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
The 4:00 PM confessions will go on as scheduled.
Thank you.
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April 10, 2016
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April 10, 2016
ST. AGNES ACADEMY NEWS
Applications for 2016-17 School Year
preparation for receiving the Sacrament of
Confirmation.
We still have a few spaces available in next
year’s PK-3 class. In order to enroll your child
in this program, please visit our website’s
“Admissions” page to download the
application, and turn it
in to the main office as
soon as possible.
Spaces will be filled
on a first come, first
served basis.
The Girls Varsity Flag Football team is having
a good season, playing
games against other
teams from the
Archdiocese of
Miami.
School Mass
PK-4 Learning
The school community
gathered in faith at a
recent school Mass.
Students in PK-4 are
learning about the Letter R
and Rainbows. They are
also enjoying open center
time with children from both
classes.
2nd Grade Faith Day
In preparation for their First
Confession and First Holy
Communion, our second
graders celebrated Faith Day.
The day’s activities included
working on their Communion
banners as a family project.
Homeless Retreat
The 8th graders
recently attended their
Homeless Retreat, a
service project in
Girls Varsity Flag Football
Basketball Night
Students in 4th to 8th grades, parents and
teachers enjoyed
“Basketball Night,”
an optional fieldtrip
to attend a Miami
Heat basketball game.
Third Sunday of Easter
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April 10, 2016
“Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power and riches,
wisdom and strength, honor and glory and blessing.”
— Revelation 5:12
Gospel reading (John 20:1-19)
Peter was distressed that Jesus had said to him a third time, ‘Do you love Me?’ and said to Jesus, ‘Lord, you
know everything; you know that I love You.”
Brief commentary
On this third Sunday of the Easter season the Church remembers her origins through
the reading from the book of the Acts of the Apostles, and employs the high Christology
of the book of Revelation to speak of the central mystery of the Christian faith, the
glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ who is “the Lamb that was slain.” For its part the
psalm of one rescued from the clutches of death takes on new and definitive meaning in
the risen Christ, whom the Father raised gloriously from the dead. Each Sunday we
read from the gospels different accounts of the encounters with the risen Christ to his
disciples. Last week the appearance to apostles, gathered in a house in Jerusalem, included Thomas who
had initially doubted the astonishing and unexpected news of his resurrection. Today we read from
John’s gospel about Jesus’ appearance to them where they had first met, at the “Sea of Tiberias” or
Lake of Galilee, the Kinneret. At the start of the narrative the apostles have returned to Galilee
awaiting Jesus to visit them again, and six return with Peter to fish in the lake, just as they used to as
part of their livelihood prior to ever meeting Jesus. Perhaps they were hungry or maybe even longed for
the “good old days” when their lives seemed simple and uncomplicated…we will never know. We do
find a Peter, however, who is influential and decisive: he speaks for himself saying that he is going to
fish, and the others eagerly join him. He is clearly a leader in these narratives, as well as in Luke’s
stories from Acts. It is also Peter who recognizes that the one on the shore instructing them on
successful fishing “is the Lord.” Peter’s joy and love for Jesus compels him to jump impetuously into the
water and swim to shore – he is totally decisive and ready to give his all. The large catch of 153 fish
reminds Peter and the others of the first time Jesus had done such a miracle: the one who was inviting
them for breakfast was the same one who had first called them to follow him. Following their breakfast
of baked fish and bread, Jesus’ triple question to Peter reminds Peter of his shortcomings in having
thrice denied knowing Jesus on the night of his arrest and trial. Peter is saddened at the memory, but
Jesus’ triple question “Do you love me?” and triple commissioning re-affirms Peter and reminds him
that, “he who began a good work in him would bring it to completion.” Above all, the question that
Jesus addressed Simon Peter was not one about Peter’s leadership credentials, his administrative talents
or influence, his cleverness or intelligence, his degrees or prestige, but instead about the condition of his
heart, of his love: “Do you love me more than these?” This was Jesus’ concern and great interest. When
following Jesus, either as leaders and shepherds in the Church, or as one of his many disciples, Jesus
main concern is the same: “Do you love me?” The genuine love for Jesus will naturally lead to a genuine
love and concern for the sheep and lambs. Today Jesus calls us, as he did Peter and the apostles,
“Follow me.”
Today’s reading offers three significant messages:
♦ In the Easter season the Church immerses herself in the
great mystery that gave birth to her and life to the world,
the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. At the same time she
remembers her beginnings by reading and reflecting
upon stories of her first communities.
♦ Today’s readings also give witness to the apostles and
disciples of Jesus, Peter, and the men and women who
first proclaimed the gospel to the nations.
♦ Jesus’ main criteria for discipleship, for ministry and
leadership in his Church is love: “Do you love me?”
More than anything else each one of us must make sure
that it is love of Christ and people that is the heart,
energy, motive and impulse of our Christian lives.
For our shared or personal reflection:
After a brief pause for silent reflection share your answers, ideas or
feelings.
1. What can I do to re-ground myself in the roots of the
Church so that my identity as a member of the
Church would be further strengthened and
developed, and be more fruitful?
2. How am I a witness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
3. Is Jesus the love of my life?
Suggested readings: Catechism of the Catholic Church
paragraphs 857-60
Tercer Domingo de Pascua
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10 de abril de 2016
“Digno es el Cordero, que fue inmolado, de recibir el poder y la riqueza,
la sabiduría y la fuerza, el honor, la gloria y la alabanza”.
— Apocalipsis 5:12
Evangelio (Juan 21:1-19)
Pedro se entristeció de que Jesús le preguntara por tercera vez si lo quería. Y le contestó: Señor, tú lo sabes todo.
Tú sabes bien que yo te quiero”.
Comentario breve
En este tercer domingo de Pascua la Iglesia recuerda sus orígenes a través de lecturas del
libro de Los Hechos de los Apóstoles y emplea la cristología exaltada del libro de la
Apocalipsis para hablar sobre el misterio central del la fe cristiana, la gloriosa
resurrección de Jesucristo que es “el Cordero inmolado.” Por su parte, el salmo, que
proviene de alguien que ha sido rescatado de las garras de la muerte, toma un significado
nuevo y definitivo en Cristo resucitado, que el Padre resucitó glorioso de la muerte. Cada
domingo leemos en los evangelios un relato de los distintos encuentros del Cristo
resucitado con sus discípulos. La semana pasada, la aparición a los apóstoles, reunidos en una casa en
Jerusalén, incluye a Tomás quien inicialmente había dudado de la impactante e inesperada noticia de su
resurrección. Hoy leemos en el evangelio de Juan, que Jesús se aparece a ellos donde primero se
conocieron, en el “Mar de Tiberíades” o Lago de Galilea, el Kineret. Al comienzo de la narración, los
apóstoles han retornado a Galilea en espera de que Jesús los visite de nuevo y seis de ellos regresan con
Pedro a pescar en el lago, como acostumbraban hacerlo para su sustento antes de conocer a Jesús. Quizás
tenían hambre o quizás hasta añoraban los “viejos tiempos” cuando sus vidas aparentaban ser más
sencillas y sin complicaciones…nunca lo sabremos. Sin embargo, vemos a un Pedro que es influyente y
decidido: actúa con autonomía diciendo que va a pescar y los demás le siguen con entusiasmo.
Claramente es el líder en estos narrativos, así como lo es en los relatos del libro de Los Hechos. Es
también Pedro quien reconoce al que está en la orilla instruyéndolos hacia una pesca exitosa: “¡Es el
Señor!” El gozo y amor de Pedro por Jesús lo llevan a saltar impetuosamente al mar y nadar hacia la
orilla – está totalmente decidido y preparado para darlo todo. La gran pesca de 153 peces le recuerda a
Pedro y a los otros la primera vez que Jesús había hecho tal maravilla: el que los invitaba a desayunar era
el mismo que los había llamado inicialmente a seguirle. A seguidas del desayuno de pescado asado y pan,
la triple pregunta de Jesús le recuerda a Pedro sus faltas al negar conocer a Jesús tres veces en la noche
de su arresto y juicio. Pedro se entristece por este recuerdo, pero la triple pregunta de Jesús “¿Me amas?”
y la triple comisión, re-afirma a Pedro y le recuerda que, “el que comenzó una buena obra en él la traerá
a su plenitud.” La pregunta que Jesús le hace a Simón Pedro no es sobre sus credenciales de liderazgo, sus
talentos administrativos o su influencia, su ingeniosidad o inteligencia, sus títulos o prestigio, sino más
bien sobre la condición de su corazón, de su amor: “¿Me amas más que éstos?” Esta era la preocupación
y el gran interés de Jesús. Al seguir a Jesús ya sea como líderes y pastores en la Iglesia, o como uno de sus
muchos discípulos, la inquietud de Jesús es la misma: “¿Me amas?” Un amor auténtico por Jesús
naturalmente lleva a un auténtico amor y preocupación por las ovejas y corderos. Hoy Jesús nos llama,
así como llamó a Pedro y a los discípulos, “¡Sígueme!”
Para la reflexión comunitaria:
♦ En el tiempo de Pascua la Iglesia se sumerge en el gran Después de una pausa breve para reflexionar en silencio,
misterio que le dio luz y vida al mundo, la resurrección comparta con otros sus ideas o sentimientos.
de Jesucristo. Al mismo tiempo, ella recuerda sus
comienzos leyendo y reflexionando sobre los relatos de 1. ¿Qué puedo hacer para reafirmarme en las raíces de
sus primeras comunidades.
la Iglesia y así mi identidad como miembro de ella se
♦ Las lecturas de hoy también dan testimonio de los
fortalezca y desarrolle, y sea más fructífera?
apóstoles y discípulos de Jesús, Pedro y los hombres y
mujeres que primero proclamaron el evangelio a las 2. ¿Cómo soy testigo del evangelio de Jesucristo?
naciones.
3. ¿Es Jesús el amor de mi vida?
♦ El criterio principal de Jesús para el discipulado, para el
ministerio y liderazgo en su Iglesia es el amor: “¿Me Lecturas recomendadas: Catecismo de la Iglesia Católica,
amas?” Más que todo, cada uno de nosotros ha de estar párrafos 857-60
seguro de que es el amor a Cristo y a su pueblo lo que
constituye el corazón, la energía, la motivación e impulso
de nuestras vidas cristianas.
La lectura de hoy nos presenta tres ideas importantes:
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Tercer Domingo de Pascua
ADORACION EUCARISTICA
PERPETUA
ADORADORES QUE NECESITA
¿Así que no habéis podido velar
conmigo una hora?
Mt. 26,40
10 de abril de 2016
CENACULO EUCARISTICO
Viernes, 15 de abril de 2016
a las 7:30 PM
Nuestro Ministerio de adoración
perpetua está pidiendo de nuevos
adoradores responder a la llamada del
Señor a pasar una hora de Santa adoración ante su
Santísimo Sacramento en la capilla. Invitamos a todos
los miembros de la parroquia a comprometerse con al
menos una hora por semana. Nuestro Señor espera de
cada uno que venga y se quede con él por una hora.
Formularios de inscripción están disponibles en la
capilla de adoración perpetua. Por favor llama al:
(305) 798-7896 y [email protected]
para mas información. Gracias!
MISA DE ESPAÑOL 6:30 PM
La Misa de 6:30 PM continuará
celebrándose de lunes a viernes,
excepto durante los meses de
verano.
En las semanas del
Cenáculo, la Misa se celebrará a las
8:00 PM. Las intenciones de Misas se solicitan
en oficina parroquial con anticipación a la fecha
deseada. Consulte el boletín de actualizaciones.
ESTA SEMANA SOLAMENTE
NO HABRÁ CONFESIONES de 10:00 AM el
próximo sábado, 16 de abril, 2016, pero las
confesiones de las 4:00 PM se llevaran a cabo
como de costumbre. Gracias.
RIFA
Anímate a participar en la Rifa de Cien Mil
Dólares. Tendremos 4 rifas de diez mil dólares
cada una, desde marzo hasta junio de 2016. La
donación sugerida es $100 por boleto. Por
favor, llena un formulario de pedido lo más
pronto posible. Encontrarán formularios para
ordenar el boleto de rifa atrás en la iglesia.
¡Gracias y buena suerte!
Las Siervas de los Corazones
Traspasados de Jesús y María les
invita el tercer viernes de cada
mes, a nuestro Cenáculo Eucarístico en la iglesia de St.
Agnes, a las 7:30 PM. Iniciamos con el rezo del Santo
Rosario, seguido de la Santa Misa, Adoración y
Alabanzas ante el Santísimo Sacramento y luego
oramos por los enfermos e intercedemos por todas las
necesidades de la Iglesia y el mundo.
"Para más información, visite nuestras páginas web
www.corazones.org / www.piercedhearts.org /
www.corecclesiae.org
COCINAR PARA LOS
DESAMPARADOS
Estamos invitando a nuestra comunidad de
St. Agnes para que participe en nuestro
ministerio mensual de cocinarles a nuestros
desamparados de Camillus House. Sólo
tiene que cocinar una comida al mes en la comodidad de su
casa y congelarla en su refrigerador. Nosotros le entregamos la
receta y el recipiente donde se debe congelar. Los primeros
jueves de mes, nos trae su comida congelada a St. Agnes entre
las 11:15 y 11:45 AM, donde nuestro grupo la recogerá y
entregará a Camillus House. Es una forma muy sencilla y
cómoda de dar de comer a 10 personas por cada receta que Ud
cocine. Para más información, favor llamar a Elia Tarafa, (305)
632-9607 o el email: [email protected] Que Dios los bendiga y
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