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7-26-15 - St. Sabina Parish Home
July 26, 2015
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Sabina
Catholic
Church
Belton, MO
Thank you to all who helped with this year’s Vacation
Bible School. We had a great time last week, and we were
able to raise funds for our friends in Anapra, Mexico, so
they can have a celebration at the end of their VBS week.
700 Trevis Avenue, Belton, MO 64012 Phone: 816-331-4713
www.stsabinaparish.org
www.facebook.com/stsabinaparish
Fax: 816-322-6196
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday-Thursday and 9:00am - 1:00pm, Friday
Our Parish Staff
Fr. Jeff Stephan, Pastor
Fr. Curt Vogel, Associate Pastor
Deacon Dwayne Katzer
Deacon Mike Gates
Bridget Hernandez, Stewardship and Social Justice
Kris Larkey, Pastoral Associate
Biagio Mazza, Pastoral Associate
Zuiri Pacheco, Receptionist & PSR Assistant
Susan Ratigan, Liturgist
Kirstie Roberts, Dir. of Religious Ed. and Youth Ministry
Marta Roper, Pastoral Care Coordinator
Jeff Shields, Bookkeeper
Tracy Wheeler, Maintenance
Bonnie Kane, Diocesan Victim Advocate
Jenifer Valenti, Diocesan Ombudsman
Weekend Mass Schedule
816-979-3157 X57
816-979-3156 X56
816-979-3159
816-979-3151
816-979-3153
816-979-3150
816-979-3158
816-979-3155
816-979-3154
816-979-3152
816-392-0011
816-812-2500
Saturday: 4:00pm (Confessions at 3:00pm - 3:30pm)
Sunday: 8:00am and 10:30am in English, 12:30pm in Spanish
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Wellness Center 816-979-3090
Jeannine Midgett 816-979-3093
Patricia Moreno 816-979-3092
MASS SCHEDULE
PARISH CALENDAR
INTENTIONS FOR JULY 27-31, 2015
Sunday, July 26 - Domingo, 26 de Julio
Mon. 8am
Tues. 6pm
11:00am
Wed. 8am
Thurs. 8am
Friday 8am
†Mary Perez
†Lucius & Stella LeBoeuf
†Glen Callahan
†Teresa Link (St. Sabina)
†Rita Miller
†Antoinette Ryan
†Ethel Grover
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2015
4:00pm
Intentions of Jeanne Patterson
†Marcela Schmidt
SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 2015
8:00am
†Mary Arnone
10:30am
Intentions of the Members of the Altar Society
12:30pm Spanish Intenciones de las Familias Parroquiales
†Angela Platero Martinez
Ensayo del Coro Hispano
Monday, July 27 - Lunes, 27 de Julio
8:00am
Mass
10:00am
Uplift Meal Prep - Gym
5:30pm
Marian Prayer Group
7:00pm
Boy Scouts - Gym
Tuesday, July 28 - Martes, 28 de Julio
6:00pm
Mass
Wednesday, July 29 - Miércoles, 29 de Julio
8:00am
Mass
9:00am
Legion of Mary
Thursday, July 30 - Jueves, 30 de Julio
PARISH NEWS
NEW PARISH WEBSITE
We have remodeled our website! On our website you can
find news, volunteer opportunities, permission slips and
registration forms for your children, liturgical minister and
musician schedules, and much, much more. Please
check it out as we believe our new site will be a useful
tool for parishioners: www.stsabinaparish.org
8:00am
Mass
9:30am
Quilters
8:00pm
Choir Practice (8am Choir)
Friday, July 31 - Viernes, 31 de Julio
8:00am
Mass
7:30pm
Wedding Rehearsal: Vargas and Delgado
Saturday, August 1 - Sábado, 1 de Agosto
1:00pm
Wedding: Damian Vargas & Jenessys Delgado
3:00pm
Confessions
4:00pm
Mass
Sunday, August 2 - Domingo, 2 de Agosto
11:00am
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Ensayo del Coro Hispano
STEWARDSHIP
“Then Jesus took the loaves, gave thanks, and distributed them to those who were reclining, and also
as much of the fish as they wanted. When they had
had their fill, he said to his disciples, ‘Gather the
fragments left over, so that nothing will be wasted.’
So they collected them, and filled twelve wicker baskets with fragments from the five barley loaves that
had been more than they could eat.”
John 6: 11-13
Certainly the Apostles had witnessed previous incredible acts by the Lord, but yet they still hesitated
to trust Him implicitly. How often do we do the
same? Do we remember the many blessings we
have received, and do we think of all the ways God
has been with us in the past, or do we, like Philip
and Andrew, doubt? Stewardship involves complete
trust in God. This trust should be based as much on
what has happened in our lives, as on our deep
faith. Good stewards concentrate on the positive, not
on
the
negative.
See
more
at
www.catholicsteward.com/blog/.
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE - JULY 19
Envelopes/Sobres:
Plate/Canasta:
Maintenance-Upkeep:
$10,430.70
$ 1,036.61
$ 218.00
STEWARDSHIP OF TIME AND TALENT
HOLY FAMILY HOUSE NEEDS YOUR TIME
For years now, St. Sabina Parish has built a relationship with Holy Family Catholic Worker House, sending volunteers every month to help prepare and
serve a meal to the homeless in Kansas City. While
we have taken a break for the summer, we do start
back up in August and need more volunteers! Every
third Saturday of the month we carpool to Holy Family House, leaving Belton at 4pm and returning
around 8pm. If you can help in this ministry of feeding the hungry, contact Terri Standley at 816-2775250 or [email protected] Holy Family House is
also always in need of items such as: plastic cups
(like from QuickTrip) and cloth napkins to reuse at
each meal, white socks (gently used is OK), and hygiene products. You can bring these donations to
the parish office or leave them in the donation box
on the South side of the gathering space.
NEW WEBSITE THANK YOU
Thank you to Frank Hansel for donating so much of
your time and talent over the last several weeks to
remodel our parish’s website. We are so grateful!
PASTORAL CARE
FROM DEATH TO NEW LIFE
DE LA MUERTE A LA NUEVA VIDA
† Mary Perez, mother of Jesse Peralez
† Ninfa Grantham, mother of Mike Grantham
† Bob Roeckers, brother of Evelyn Pickert
† Andy Huffman, nephew of Melinda Baty
† Michael Boudreaux, † Gall Rae, nephews of
Joyce Callahan
MAY THEY REST IN PEACE. QUE DESCANSEN EN PAZ.
PRAYER REQUESTS
PETICIONES DE ORACIÓN
Peg Agnew
Berry Alexander
Frances Andregg
Jennie Baylor
Mary Ann Bays
Beverly Bell
Sheryll Bentley
Allie Biondo
Joe Birkenbach
Joan Boots
Janet Bremer
Maxine Bremer
Art Camara
Pamela Castor
Georgene Caoile
Marvin Cohen
Joseph Coots
Tyler Corlew
Mary Curtis
Nancy Dalton
Margo Dellaguardia
Paul DeMar
Frances DiGeorge
Dick Garnier
Laverne Harlow
Cherie Hatfield
John Henry
Ella Hemmen
Mary Ellen Hermann
Richard Hoedl
Kelly Jordon
Jerry Keating
Ray Kemna
Mary Carol King
Vern King
Bill Locke
Debbie Locke
Jo Locke
Monica Lopez
Fabiola Morales
Sarah Mercier
Audrey Reichert
Bill Reichert
Doris Shields
Joe Stanley
Noah Stanley
Jean Tate
Bob Westfall
Mary Westfall
Sarah Wilburn
Carmitia Yust
Berenice Zayas
BULLETIN PRAYER REQUEST LIST
Parishioners who are ill, or who have a family member
or friend who is ill, may request to have the person remembered on the Prayer Request list published in the
weekly bulletin. Names will remain on the prayer list for
two months but may be resubmitted upon request.
Please remember permission must be given by the
individual before the name can be published. To add or
remove a name from the Prayer Request list, contact
Marta Roper, 979-3154 or Zuiri Pacheco in the parish
office 331-4713.
NURSING HOME MASS SCHEDULE
July 29
Aug 5
Aug 12
8:00am
10:30am
10:00am
St. Sabina Parish
Beautiful Savior
Rehabilitation of Raymore
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE NUMBERS
NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness
816-931-0030 - Support. Education. Advocacy.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) Available 24/7
ACI Mental Health Crisis Hotline
1-888-279-8188 - 24/7 Access, Multilingual
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PARISH HAPPENINGS
LIVING STONES
Foundations for Living Stones
A Faith Formation Program for interested Adults
“Come to him, a living stone...chosen and precious in the
sight of God, and, like living stones, let yourself be built
into a spiritual house...” (1 Peter 2:4-5)
St. Sabina, a Catholic faith community committed to total
and lifelong faith formation, is offering an adult faith formation program titled, Foundations for Living Stones. The
program explores in greater depth and knowledge the
basics of our faith. All the sessions focus on the ministry
that we are called to in and through our baptism. Communication skills, group development, leadership skills, bible study, church history, prayer and sacraments are some of the many areas explored and examined in depth. Adult methods of learning and reflection are
employed throughout.
The sessions are scheduled on Tuesday evenings, from 7
-9:30 PM, beginning in late August and ending in late
May. This is a 9-month commitment to deepen one’s skills
and knowledge so as to become a more effective and
engaging minister. We hope to work collaboratively with
our neighboring parishes, inviting them to be part of this
mutual learning process. For a brochure or more information, please call or e-mail either Kris or Biagio at:
Biagio Mazza 816-979-3153 [email protected]
Kris Larkey 816-979-3151; [email protected]
HOW LIVING STONES CHANGED MY LIFE
Three YEARS, NINE MONTHS A YEAR, and lots of reading and HOMEWORK on top of that. That’s probably all
some of our Church community heard about “Living
Stones” especially from me. But truthfully it’s so much
more than that. For myself it turned into a loving life journey with God, our Father, his Son Jesus and the Holy
Spirit. It has deepened my Catholic faith, my personal
relationships, my community relationships and my acquaintances. We studied the Scriptures, early church,
sacraments, prayer and a very important “Loving our
Neighbor”. These are just a few of the topics we covered.
There was so much more and the wonderful, warm, heartfelt discussions. Priceless! The wonderful friendships and
bonds we formed with our group members - we became
like family.
You start in September and before you know it, it’s three
years later. And you wonder where the time went. If you
are wondering what Living Stones really is, just take a
good look. Some of you are already in a ministry. But you
don’t know what this program can do for you, or feel like
you don’t have time or are too old for this. Yet we never
know what God still has in store for us to do to spread His
Word and continue His ministry here on earth.
I’m very proud to have been a part of the “Living Stones”
program. It has shown God’s love for me and that he is
very present in my daily life.
Give it some serious thought. Pray about it and God bless
us all in this wonderful St. Sabina Parish community.
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PUPUSA SALE - AUGUST 23
On Sunday, August 23 our Salvadoran community will be
selling pupusas after Masses. A pupusa is a traditional Salvadoran dish made of a thick, handmade
corn tortilla that is usually filled with variations of cheese,
pork, and refried beans. There will be samples to try so
you can purchase your favorite variety. The cost will be
$2 each and you can purchase them to go. All funds collected will be used for our annual celebration in honor of
Blessed Oscar Romero.
2016 DELEGATION TO EL SALVADOR
Our parish will be taking its second delegation to El Salvador to learn more about the scholarship program there
and to have the opportunity to meet and visit with our
scholarship students and their families. We will travel to
Cinquera and also to El Mozote. El Mozote was the sight
of one of many massacres that occurred in El Salvador
during their Civil War. As of now we are planning to travel
to El Salvador on January 5 and staying approximately 8
days. If you are interested or would like more information,
please contact Kris at 816-979-3151 or by email at
[email protected]
FURTHER BY FAITH - DIOCESAN BOOK
Thanks to all who have ordered copies of the new book
published by the diocese, Further by Faith. This book
highlights the art and architecture of our diocesan parishes. The cost of the book is $35.00. If you would like to
order a book, please contact Kris in the parish office.
CROSS CATHOLIC OUTREACH
wishes to thank
you for the welcome you extended to Father Peter Zafe
on our recent visit to your parish. On behalf of the poorest
of the poor, we thank you for having shared their lives.
May our Lord continue to bless all of you for your love and
support.
Yours in Christ,
Jim Cavnar
PRAYER FOR THE ELECTION OF A BISHOP
O God, eternal shepherd, who govern your flock with unfailing care, grant in your boundless fatherly love a pastor
for your Church who will please you by his holiness and to
us show watchful care. Through our Lord Jesus Christ,
your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the
Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.
Amen
OVER 55
NEW DINNER THEATRE
Our next dinner theatre show will be The Addams
Family, a musical based on The Addams Family. The
show will be Thursday, September 17 at 6:00pm (show
will begin at 7:35). Tickets are $48 each.
If you would like to join us, please contact Bridget Hernandez at 816-979-3159 to RSVP by August 11th.
ADULT FAITH FORMATION
REFLECTION ON THE SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME , YEAR B
It is the Lord who feeds us and
answers all our needs. This
demands trust in a loving God who
can do wonders with the little we
have. Do we really believe this? If we
do, how do we conduct our lives and
Vatican II’s revision of the Lectionary developed a relationships in accordance with that belief?
three-year structure with each year containing a The letter to the Ephesians urges us to “live in a
semi-continuous proclamation of the gospels manner worthy of the call you have received.”
according to Matthew, Mark and Luke. No Lectionary What are the characteristics of such a life? It is life
year is devoted to John’s gospel, since John is so lived with humility, gentleness, with patience and
prominently proclaimed in the Lent/Easter season kindness, bearing with one another, striving for peace
and is more difficult to break up into short passages and unity while respecting differences. This manner
for proclamation.
of living is the necessary precondition for building
Nowhere during these Sundays was John’s community and for caring for one another.
From the Seventeenth to the Twenty-first Sunday
in Ordinary Time Year B, the semi-continuous
reading of Mark is interrupted with the proclamation
of John chapter 6, the “Bread of Life” discourse. Why
does the Lectionary insert such a major interruption
into a year devoted to the gospel according to Mark?
powerful chapter 6, the discourse on the bread of
life, ever proclaimed. This was a significant lack in a
Lectionary aimed at emphasizing Eucharistic
celebration and reflection on the Eucharistic mystery.
The revision committee decided to insert John’s
discourse for five consecutive Sundays instead of
Mark’s account of the feeding of five thousand.
Rather than Mark’s brief narrative, John’s longer and
more elaborate account was inserted.
The focus of this Sunday’s readings, as well as
that of the whole chapter is summed up well in the
refrain from responsorial Psalm 145: “The hand of the
Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs.” The first
reading from 2 Kings has the prophet Elisha multiply
bread so that all can have their fill along with
leftovers. This account provides a backdrop for
Jesus’ multiplication of resources so that all can eat.
John’s account of the multiplication of the loaves and
fishes has Jesus, and not his disciples, directly
feeding the crowd of five thousand with a mere five
loaves and two fish. John’s message stresses that
God, in the person of Jesus, is attuned to our needs
and desires to meet those needs.
SCC
God has given us more than enough to sustain
the entire human family. It is we who need to use
what we have been given in a way that benefits the
entire human family and not just a few members. On
our own, we find this difficult to do. It is necessary for
all of us to take on the mind and heart of Jesus,
reaching out in care and concern for all, no matter
how overwhelming the odds or how scarce the
resources. Doing so will not only result in all having
their various hungers met, but there will be more than
enough left over. Again, do we really believe this? If
so, how do we conduct our lives and relationships in
accordance with that belief?
As we proclaim and reflect on John’s “bread of
life” discourse these next five Sundays, think of the
many ways in which God has nourished and
sustained you. Reflect on how you can be a source of
nourishment for others who hunger and thirst, not
only for food but for justice and righteousness.
Commit yourself to feed others the way God has fed
you.
Biagio Mazza, Pastoral Associate
BIBLE STUDY
READINGS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2015
BIBLE STUDY AND SUNDAY READINGS
1st Reading: 2 Kings 4:42-44
Psalm: Psalm 145:10-11, 15-16, 17-18
2nd Reading: Ephesians 4:1-6
Gospel: John 6:1-15
Catholics are mostly exposed to the Bible through the
Sunday Lectionary Readings. In order to help us all
enter into the Bible through the Sunday readings, we
are offering study sessions that will provide an
opportunity to read, to study background to the
readings, and to reflect on how to apply the readings to
our lives. We will gather on July 26th and August
23rd at 10:30am. All are welcome. Bring a Bible and a
friend. To register for these sessions, please call
Biagio at 816-979-3153.
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READINGS FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 2015
1st Reading: Exodus 16:2-4, 12-15
Psalm: Psalm 78:3-4, 23-24, 25, 54
2nd Reading: Ephesians 4:17, 20-24
Gospel: John 6:24-35
YOUTH MINISTRY
VBS 2015
UPLIFT ORG.
needs volunteers! If you would like to
bring meals to the homeless on the 4th or 5th Monday of
any month, please contact Kirstie Roberts to sign up! This
ministry is open to all parishioners age 14 and older.
Volunteers must report to the Uplift Warehouse by 5pm
and will be finished around 9:30pm.
UPLIFT COOKS!
Anyone who would like to help prepare a meal for the
homeless is welcome to join our team on the 4th Monday
of each month at 10am in the gym. It’s recommended
that you bring a good cutting knife and vegetable peeler.
HARVESTERS!
This local food bank provides food to needy families
around the KC area. Volunteers are needed to help sort
food donations and pack weekend food bags for kids to
help fight hunger in our community. Our parish takes a
group of 5 people on the third Thursday of each month. If
you would like to volunteer, call or email Kirstie Roberts in
the Youth Office to sign up. This ministry is open to all
ages!
FORM FOR COMMUNICATION WITH MINORS
Parents and guardians must now sign a form giving
permission for St. Sabina staff, specifically the Youth
Director, Kirstie Roberts to respond to text messages,
emails and phone calls from the youth of the parish.
These forms are available in the back of the church with
the PSR registrations and in the Youth Office.
All volunteers with youth and children must
attend one Protecting God’s Children workshop,
submit to a background check and sign the
policy on Ethics and Integrity in Ministry, (EIM).
AREA INFORMATION
SETON CENTER DISC GOLF TOURNAMENT
The Seton Center, a 46-year-old Catholic-sponsored
social services organization located in Kansas City’s
urban core, is hosting its second annual Disc Golf
Tournament on September 12, 2015, at Thornfield Disc
Golf Course in Stilwell, KS. They are inviting 26 Catholic
parishes in the area to participate in the Parish Challenge.
Funds raised will help Seton Center provide services to
the needy of Kansas City, including a food pantry, thrift
store, rent, utility and medication assistance, socialization
services for older adults, and dental services.
Parishes participating in the Parish Challenge are
encouraged to assemble at least one team of four players
to participate. The cost for each team in the parish
challenge is $180 ($45 per player) as long as we are
registered by August 1. If you (or anyone you know) are
interested in joining a team to represent St. Sabina,
please contact Jeff Shields in the parish office for more
information at 816-979-3152, or by email at
[email protected]
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CHILD SAFETY
The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph is committed to
combatting sexual abuse in the Church. If you are a victim of sexual abuse, or if you observe or suspect sexual
abuse:
1) Call the Missouri Child Abuse Hotline at
1.800.392.3738 (if the victim is currently
under the age of 18), and
2) Contact your local law enforcement
agency or call 911, and
3) After reporting to these civil and law
enforcement authorities, report suspected sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult to the
Diocesan
Ombudsman,
Jenifer
Valenti,
at
816.812.2500 or [email protected], if the abuse
involves a priest, deacon, employee or volunteer of
the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.
The Diocese has a sincere commitment to providing care
and healing resources to victims of sexual abuse and
their families. Please contact Victim Advocate Bonnie
Kane at 816.392.0011 or [email protected] for more
information.
RCIA
ST. SABINA RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION
OF ADULTS – 2015-2016 The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, the RCIA, is a process which welcomes
all who are interested in becoming Catholic, or any
Catholic wishing to deepen their understanding of the
faith. The Rite involves the formation of a community
that learns, shares, builds community and prays together to deepen their relationship to God and to the
parish family. During the next few weeks, we will be
asking if you are aware of anyone who would benefit
from participation in this faith learning process. Below
are some of the values that we hold as Catholic Christians, which we readily share with all who desire to
journey with us through the RCIA.
WHY BE CATHOLIC? The Catholic Church has consistently believed that God has a universal will and desire to save all people. Our God is the God of all people. God has initiated this love relationship with all creation and desires to bring all to fullness through total
union with God for all eternity. Each one is called to
union with God through the faith path and tradition that
they feel God is leading them.
If this is so, then why be Catholic? One is Catholic, not
because it is the only way to God, but because one
feels attracted to the things that the Catholic tradition
offers. One feels at home more in the Catholic tradition
than in other faith traditions. The following list is meant
to highlight some of those aspects of the Catholic tradition that have attracted others to it.
Catholics are not the only ones that value these qualities. Nor have we been consistent in following through
on them. But, no matter the history, we seem to have
held onto these values rather consistently.
See if these are values and attractions for you.
1. We affirm a belief in the goodness of all creation.
2. We have a universal sense of openness to all people and all cultures.
3. We affirm that we are all called to holiness.
4. We are committed to continual growth as persons.
5. We are challenged to change the world and society
into the reign of God.
6. We are called to live in community.
7. We have historical roots and identity.
8. We respect reason, human knowledge and human
exploration.
If you or anyone you know would be attracted to these
values, please share this with them. Please fill out the
contact information sheet located in the gathering
space and we will personally contact and invite all
those interested to our RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults) Meal which will be held on Thursday, August 27th, 2015 at 6:00pm.
For more information: Contact Biagio Mazza at 816331-4713 or by e-mail: [email protected]
AREA INFORMATION
DACA RENEWALS
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) must be
renewed every two years. If you have DACA status,
please be aware that the renewal process takes about 7
months. Please refer to the following timeline to ensure
that you renew your DACA on time:
1. Check the expiration date on your work permit
2. Gather proof of presence in the United States since
applying for DACA
3. Save money for the filing fee and for an attorney
Processing a DACA renewal takes approximately 6
months. To ensure timely renewal, 7 months prior to your
DACA expiration you should begin the renewal process.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES IS HIRING
Catholic Charities is now hiring a full time
staff accountant. This position is responsible for recording
revenue on a monthly basis for numerous programs with
various funding sources. This position will also be responsible for weekly & monthly billing of program and service
fees. Additional duties include depositing and accurately
recording cash receipts on a daily basis, while also monitoring accounts receivable.
Inspired by the Gospel mandate, Catholic Charities of
Kansas City-St. Joseph works to transform lives and
communities with hope-filled care, services and advocacy. All staff members also engage in direct contact with
agency clients on a regular basis.
For a complete job description and more great opportunities, visit the Careers page at www.catholiccharitieskcsj.org.
ST. THOMAS MORE SCHOOL
Are you looking for Catholic Education for your
child? St. Thomas More School is still enrolling students
Pre-School through 8th grade. Please contact Brian
Borgmeyer at 816-942-5581 or Tim Waris at 816-9422492 for more information or to get any questions answered. Tuition assistance is available.
ALEXANDRA’S HOUSE
Have you or do you know
someone who may be pregnant and know their baby will
die during pregnancy or soon after birth due to an adverse prenatal diagnosis, or has a newborn and has received a terminal diagnosis? Or are you a family who has
experienced an unexpected loss of a child due to miscarriage, fetal demise, stillbirth, SIDS, or any cause? There
is a place in Kansas City known as Alexandra’s House
which offers healing and support for parents and families,
free of charge, during pregnancy and after the death of a
child.
To help support this nonprofit and its services, the Friends
of Alexandra’s House hosts a gala called Bow Ties for
Babies. This year’s event will be held on September 25
at the Grand Street Café Plaza with a silent and live auction and dinner. Tickets are $150 per person. For more
information visit bowtiesforbabies.com or call 816-9315378. Also visit www.alexandrashouse.com to learn more
about this special ministry.
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PARISH HAPPENINGS
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
¡FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS!
Carlos Aguilera, David Ailshire, Arturo Amador, Jorge Amescua,
Rachel Argie, Rogelio Ayala, Yesenia Ayala, Thomas Baty, Kyle
Bogar, Bobby Brown, Jim Brown, Corey Burdick, Ryan Butler,
Brianna Byelley, Juan Cano, Shane Coley, Naida Colin, Kelly
Coots, Andres Cornejo, Lisa Cummings, Michelle Davis, Eryn
Ervin, Sergio Flores, Gabriela Garcia, Jennifer Giacone, Maria
Gonzalez, Erik Guevara, Steven Haefele, Jessica Hammack,
Emmanuel Hernandez, Amanda Hirt, Edwin Hopkins, Jorge
Huerta, Grace Humke, Justin Hutchens, Eli Jackson, Steph
Jones, Ignacio Juarez, Ann Klassen, Stacia Knoll, Darren
Kopek, Rocky Lee, Jordan Little, Mary Little, Wayne Little, Jose
Martinez, Mary McDonough, Julie McGurn, Julieta Medrano,
Dani Menzel, Leticia Mesa, Aurelio Moreno, Rusty Nachbar,
Stephanie Palacios, Maria Palomares, Racheal Perez, Matthew
Peterman, Natali Pinon, Mario Ramirez, Debbie Ranes, Quinn
Rewald, Daisy Rocha, Leonel Rocha, Janett Rodelo, Julio
Rodelo, Maria Rodriguez, Gage Roe, Antonio Romero, Ulises
Rosales, Jim Ruffini, Rob Rustemeyer, Jeff Schertz, Liliana
Schlotman, Marta Serrano, Colleen Shern, Wyatt Tapia, Cynthia
West, John Wink, Ethan Woodfine
WELLNESS CENTER
HIDDEN SUGAR
Sugar comes in many disguises. High fructose corn
syrup is probably the most prevalent, but also
beware of brown rice syrup, invert sugar, cane juice,
evaporated cane juice, fruit juice concentrate, and
anything ending in “ose,” which includes fructose,
lactose,
glucose,
maltose,
and
sucrose.
Manufacturers frequently use a combination of these
so they can hide the actual amount of sugar in any
product.
By law, ingredients have to be listed in order of
weight, so by using just a little of five different
sugars, sugar won’t necessarily be the first
ingredient on the label, even though the product
may have more sugar in it than any other ingredient!
WELLNESS COACHING
Don’t forget, that we provide one-on-one wellness
coaching to help you meet your health goals! We
can support you with your weight loss program! Give
us a call: (816) 979-3090.
Have a safe, fun and active summer with family
and friends!
WELLNESS CENTER CLASS SCHEDULE
Monday:
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! ¡FELIZ ANIVERSARIO!
Mason & Kathryn Bell
Casey & Kerry Morgan
Cesar & Lorena Medrano
Paul & Gio Needels
Chris & Michaela VanSickle
Robert & Amy Murtha
Doug & Claudine Butscher
Kevin & Stephanie Como
Jake & Krisi Jacobs
G.T. & Teresa McDonald
Bonnie & Mark Lesmeister
Victor Chimal & Ana Placencia
Larry & Carolyn Foster
Dennis & Celia Squires
Tom & Susan Coovert
John & Veronica Cisetti
Al & Patty Stahl
Gary & Terri Krueger
Charles & Melba Mercier
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Yoga Basics 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Gentle Yoga 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Yoga 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Tuesday:
Strength & Stretch 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Gentle Stretch & Strength 2:00 - 3:00pm
Wednesday: Yoga Basics 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Gentle Yoga 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Restorative Yoga 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Thursday: Stretch & Strength 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Gentle Stretch & Strength 2:00 - 3:00pm
Strength & Stretch 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Friday:
Yoga Basics1:00 - 2:00 pm
Gentle Yoga 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Boxing Beats 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Saturday: Open Workout 8:30 - 10:00 am
Refit Cardio Class 10:00 - 11:00 am
JIM’S DISCOUNT
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617 North Scott
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P.O. Box 619
331-2211
Fax 331-0981
Hours: Mon-Fri 7 AM-5 PM Sat 8 AM-1 PM
BELTON
TRANSMISSION
AND REPAIR
Domestic & Foreign
Ron Gardella, Parishioner
(816) 318-8955
315 N. Scott,
> Drywall
> Carpentry
> Furniture Repair
> Cleaner
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Jorge 816-521-9509
se habla español
Eckhard Preuss
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Come Sail Away on a 7-night Catholic Exotic Cruise
starting as low as $1045 per couple. Daily Mass and
Rosary offered. Deposit of only $100 per person
will reserve your cabin.
Space is limited. Thanks and God Bless,
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8009 E. 171st PO Box 645
Belton, MO 64012-0645
Bus 816.331.4288 Fax 816.331.2907
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816-966-2290
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816-694-0475
[email protected]
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Insured
Estimates
Roofing
Specialists
AND SONS
ROOFING
(816) 331-8909
Daniel Meissen
New • Re-Roofs
Repairs
Saint Margaret
Sunday Missal
An ideal companion
for personal prayer.
(816) 322-1013
Phone: (816) 331-0061
Fax: (816) 331-0443
17232 Bel-Ray Place
1001 E. North Avenue
Belton, MO 64012
(58 Hwy) • Belton, MO
Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-12:00noon
Air Conditioning • Furnaces
Humidifiers • Air Filters
In Stock & Ready to Order Today.
CALL OR ORDER ONLINE. $39.95
800-566-6150 • www.wlpmusic.com
OPENING SOON!
The Area’s Best
Mexican Taqueria!
Featuring Authentic
Mexican food, cakes,
bottled beer & Sports TVs
in a casual atmosphere
We cater events too!
To Schedule, Please Call
816-425-3282 Ext. 0
524 N. Scott Ave.
Belton, MO 64012
The same location as
La Lupita Productos Mexicanos
522260 St Sabina Church
Teresa M. Kelly, D.V.M.
NICK & MARION BIONDO, JR.
www.jspaluch.com
COLLISION REPAIR CENTER
20203 Holmes Rd., Belton, MO 64012
RICK HOWARD
816-322-1900
ST. THOMAS MORE PARISHIONER
FAX 322-0705
COLLISION REPAIR SPECIALIST
For Ads: J.S. Paluch Co., Inc. 1-800-945-6629
INFORMACION
2016 DELEGACION A EL SALVADOR
PERFIL DE ESTUDIANTE BECADA
Nuestra parroquia llevara a su segunda delegación
a El Salvador para aprender mas sobre el programa
de becas allí y para tener la oportunidad de conocer
a nuestro estudiantes becados y a sus familias. Viajaremos a Cinquera y a El Mozote. El pueblo de Mozote fue uno de los muchos donde ocurrieron masacres durante la Guerra Civil en El Salvador. Por
ahora, planeamos viajar a El Salvador el 5 de Enero
y quedarnos aproximadamente 8 días.
Si usted esta interesado o quiere mas información,
por favor comuníquese con Kris al 816-979-3151 o
por correo electrónico, [email protected]
Flor Idalia Mendoza
Idalia esta en su quinto y año final de sus estudios en la
Universidad de El Salvador. Ella comenzó el programa de
becas en el 2010 y esta en buen camino para graduarse
en el 2016, con especialización en Ciencias de la
educación.
Idalia vive en la comunidad de San Nicolás, que es un
pequeño asentamiento rural a las afueras de Cinquera.
Idalia vive en un apartamento en San Salvador durante el
año escolar. San Salvador queda a 4 horas en bus de
Cinquera. Idalia sale de su apartamento a las 9am y
regresa de clases alrededor de las 6pm. Ella camino 15
minutos en cada sentido para llegar a clase. Idalia no
tiene acceso al internet en casa, por lo que tiene que ir a
una cafetería para usar el internet y poder hacer su tarea.
Ella tiene que pagar $6 al mes para acceder a Internet.
En Cinquera, Idalia vive con sus padres y 4 hermanos.
Su madre es ama de casa y su padre es un agricultor.
Ellos viven en una casa de ladrillo sin baño interior, pero
si tienen acceso al agua potable y a la electricidad.
Cada estudiante en el programa de becas se le requiere
que haga un proyecto de la comunidad cada año. Esta la
descripción de Idalia acerca de su servicio a la
comunidad, “ Cada año contribuyo con 120 horas de
servicio a la comunidad, las cuales contribuyo trabajando
en la comunidad. Por ejemplo, limpiando en bosque de
Cinquera, refuerzo académico en las escuelas de los
alrededores y participo en actividades en la comunidad.
A través del programa de becas, solo un niño puede
tener beca de universidad a la vez. Mientras que uno de
los hermanos de Idalia solo tiene educación de segundo
grado, su hermano mayor completo el programa de
becas y ahora es un doctor en medicina.
Idalia describe sus mayores dificultades y desafíos como,
“Uno de los retos es la distancia de mi casa a la escuela,
y los escaso recurso económicos, así como la situación
actual de la seguridad.”
Idalia esta muy agradecida por nuestra ayuda a través
del programa de becas. Ella dice, “ Cuando yo termine mi
carrera estoy pensando en ayudar a mantener la beca
en funcionamiento para que los nuevos estudiantes
puedan continuar sus estudios universitarios.”
Por favor mantenga a Idalia en sus oraciones durante su
ultimo año de estudios con la beca. Si usted esta
interesado en formar parte de nuestra delegación 2016 a
Cinquera, El Salvador, por favor comuníquese con Kris
en la oficina, al 816-979-3151 o [email protected]
CORRESPONSABILIDAD
TIEMPO Y TALENTO:
GRACIAS POR LA NUEVA PÁGINA WEB
Gracias a Frank Hansel por donar tanto de su
tiempo y talento en las ultimas semanas para
remodelar la página web de nuestra parroquia.
Estamos muy agradecidos!
LECTURAS
LECTURAS DEL DOMINGO, 26 DE JULIO
Primera Lectura: 2 Reyes 4:42-44
Salmo: Salmo 144:10-11, 15-16, 17-18
Segunda Lectura: Efesios 4:1-6
Evangelio: Juan 6:1-15
LECTURAS DEL DOMINGO, 2 DE AGOSTO
Primera Lectura: Éxodos 16:2-4, 12-15
Salmo: Salmo 77:3, 4bc, 23-24, 25, 54
Segunda Lectura: Efesios 4:17, 20-24
Evangelio: Juan 6:24-35
En esta foto
aparece Kris, la
madre de Idalia,
Olivia, Idalia y
Nelson Rivera
durante nuestra
delegación 2015
a El Salvador.
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INFORMACION
RENOVACION DE DACA
VENTA DE PUPUSAS
El Domingo, 23 de Agosto nuestra comunidad Salvadoreña estará vendiendo pupusas después de las
Misas. Las pupusas son un platillo tradicional de El
Salvador, son echas de tortilla de maíz, en por lo
general están llenas de variaciones de queso, puerco, y frijoles refritos. Habrán muestras para que usted pueda comprar su variedad favorita.
El costo será de $2 cada una y las puede comprar
para llevárselas a casa. Todos los fondos recaudados serán para nuestra celebración anual en honor
al Obispo Oscar Romero.
PLATICAS PRE-BAUTISMALES -8 DE AGOSTO
Normalmente cada Segundo Sábado del mes de las
10 am a 1 pm (Sólo para Niños de 0-6 años) Salón
de juntas. Sótano de la Parroquia. Para niños mayores de 7 años requerirán una formación especial.
PRÓXIMOS BAUTISMOS: llamar Kris al 816-9793151. Favor de llenar su aplicación antes de asistir
a las platicas. No se ofrece cuidado de niños.
ESCUELA ST. THOMAS MORE
Usted esta buscando Educación Católica para su
hijo/a? La Escuela St. Thomas More todavía esta
aceptando inscripciones para estudiantes de PreSchool al grado 8. Por favor comuníquese con Brian
Borgmeyer at 816-942-5581 o con Tim Waris al 816942-2492 para mas información o si tiene alguna
pregunta. También se ofrece asistencia con la matricula.
RADIO CATÓLICA
Nuestra emisora Católica hispana 1190AM, estará
recaudando fondos el 20, 21 y 22 de julio de las
9am a las 4pm. Por favor llama al 1-816-630-1090 o
al 877-630-1090 para hacer tu contribución. Sintoniza la radio católica y comparte con tus familiares y
amigos para que ayuden a esta causa tan importante para la evangelización de nuestra ciudad.
ORACION
ORACION POR LA ELECCION DE UN OBISPO
O Dios, pastor eterno, que gobiernas de tu rebaño
con cuidado infalible; concede en tu amor paternal
sin limites a un pastor para tu Iglesia, un pastor
quien te agrade por su santidad y para mostrarnos
atención vigilante. Por nuestro Señor Jesucristo, tu
Hijo, quien vive y reina contigo en la unidad del
Espíritu Santo, un solo Dios, por los siglos de los
siglos.
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Amen.
Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia
(DACA) debe ser renovada cada 2 años. Si actualmente tiene estatus legal por DACA, por favor recuerde que la renovación puede tomar aproximadamente 7 meses. Por favor haga lo siguiente para
asegurarse que renueve su DACA a tiempo:
1. Verifique la fecha de expiración de su permiso
de trabajo.
2. Reúna pruebas de presencia en los Estados
Unidos desde que aplico por DACA.
3. Ahorre dinero para pagar la tarifa de presentación y servicios biométricos (huellas digitales y
fotografía) y para la cuota de procesamiento del
abogado. Para asegurar renovación oportuna,
debe comenzar el proceso de renovación de DACA 7 meses antes de la fecha de vencimiento.
ATADO A SU CASA DEBIDO A ENFERMEDAD
O VEJEZ?
Si usted o un miembro de su familia esta atado a su
casa debido a enfermedad crónica o vejez y le gustaría recibir la Sagrada Comunión por favor póngase
en contacto con María Palomares al 816-838-1138 o
con Kris Larkey en la oficina parroquial al 816-9793151 o [email protected]
HOSPITALIZADO
Si usted esta hospitalizado y le desea hacernos saber, por favor llame o que un miembro de su familia
se comunique con nosotros. Llámele a María Palomares al 816-838-1138 o con Kris Larkey en la oficina parroquial al 816-979-3151 o por correo electrónico: [email protected] Debido a las leyes de
privacidad, los hospitales no pueden contactarnos al
menos que usted se los pida.
NUEVA PÁGINA WEB DE LA PARROQUIA
Hemos remodelado nuestra página web! En nuestra
página podrá encontrar noticias, oportunidades de
voluntariado, hojas de permiso y los formularios de
inscripción para sus hijos, información sobre el ministerio hispano, y mucho, mucho más. Por favor,
échale un vistazo ya que creemos que nuestra página nueva será una herramienta útil para los feligreses: www.stsabinaparish.org.
26 de Julio del 2015
Decimoséptimo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
La Parroquia
Católica de
Santa Sabina
Belton, MO
Felicidades a Alison Nicol, hija de Yuvaniz y Ana y a Devin Elian,
hijo de Jovel y Yolanda por su bautismo el Domingo pasado.
700 Trevis Avenue, Belton, MO 64012 Teléfono: 816-331-4713
www.stsabinaparish.org
www.facebook.com/stsabinaparish
Fax: 816-322-6196
Horarios: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Lunes - Jueves y 9:00am - 1:00pm, Viernes
Personal de la Parroquia
Rev. Jeff Stephan, Pastor
816-979-3157
Padre Curt Vogel, Pastor Adjunto
816-979-3156
Diácono Dwayne Katzer
Diácono Mike Gates
Bridget Hernandez, Corresponsabilidad y Justicia Social 816-979-3159
Kris Larkey, Asociada Pastoral
816-979-3151
Biagio Mazza, Asociado Pastoral
816-979-3153
Zuiri Pacheco, Recepcionista y Escuela de Religión
816-979-3150
Susan Ratigan, Liturgista
816-979-3158
Kirstie Roberts, Dir. de Religión y Pastoral Juvenil
816-979-3155
Marta Roper, Coordinadora Pastoral
816-979-3154
Jeff Shields, Contador
816-979-3152
Tracy Wheeler, Mantenimiento
Bonnie Kane, Diocesan Victim Advocate
816-392-0011
Jenifer Valenti, Diocesan Ombudsman
816-812-2500
Horario de las Misas del fin de semana
Sábado: 4:00pm (Confesiones de las 3:00pm - 3:30pm)
Domingo: 8:00am, 10:30am en Ingles, 12:30pm Misa en Español
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Jeannine Midgett 816-979-3093
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