Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church

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Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
“We find Christ here. We bring Christ to the world.”
100 Harpersville Road, Newport News, VA 23601
Phone: 757-595-0385 ~ www.olmc.org
Parish Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Friday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
School: 757-596-2754
Outreach: 596-1727
Principal – Sr. Dominic, O.P. ext. 133
Pharmacy Outreach: 595-0385, X125
Pregnancy Helpline: 870-3131
February 21, 2016 ~ The 2nd Sunday of Lent
Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 2:00pm (Esp), 5:00 pm
Weekdays:
Monday:
7:00 am
Tuesday:
7:00 am, 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am, 5:30 pm
Thursday: 7:00 am, 6:30 pm (en Español)
Friday:
7:00 am, 8:15 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00 pm, Sunday: 12:30 - 1:30 pm,
Thursday: 7:30 - 8:00 am or by appointment
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursdays 8am to 6pm & 1st Fridays 3pm to 6am
PARISH STAFF EXTENSIONS
Pastor - Rev. John David Ramsey
Parochial Vicar - Rev. Jaime Guardado
Priest in Residence - Rev. Peter T. Tran
Deacons
Rev. Mr. Anton Siochi
Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu
Rev. Mr. Dan Johnson
Pastoral Associate - Janet Hassan
Hispanic Ministry - Rev. Mr. Francisco Anleu
Children’s Faith Formation (Pre-K-5th grade)
Christa Blomstrom
Youth Ministry (Gr. 6-12) & Young Adults
Patrick Walsh
Social Ministry - Tina Wandersee
Music - Johanna Smith
Liturgy - Heber Dunkle
Business & Finance - Julie Hall
Development - Austin Farinholt
Facilities - Hart Smith
Seminarian - John Baab
Food Service (St. Michael Hall)
John Chesney
Administrative Assistants
Eileen Mazary (Website/Bulletin)
Carla Weimer (Manna/Parishioner Records)
CNU Catholic Campus Minister - Corinne Riley
Receptionist/Mass Intentions - Cathy Luth
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Admonish, Instruct, Counsel
The Way
of Faith
People often admit to me that they find it very
hard to speak to others about their Christian faith.
One’s faith is something intensely personal, and not
the kind of thing that one necessarily wants to talk about in the grocery line
or by the water cooler. On top of our natural reticence, we live in a society in
which people are often threatened by even the mention of religion, or become angry at the suggestion that one way of life or one understanding of
God is any better than any other. None of this bodes well for an easy time
proclaiming the love of God in a world that desperately needs to experience
that love—which Christ calls us constantly to do.
So the three spiritual works of mercy that we explore this week will
make us particularly uncomfortable: admonishing the sinner, instructing the
ignorant, and counseling the doubtful. “Who am I,” we think, “to admonish
anyone about anything, to instruct, to counsel?” But then we remember
that these are works of mercy. We are showing the love of God, the mercy
of God in doing these things. “Mercy” is the word we use to describe God’s
constant desire to forgive, rather than to punish. He expects true contrition
of the sinner—that is, an honest and heartfelt recognition of the sins we
have committed, and a genuine desire to “sin no more and avoid whatever
leads to sin.” When those are present, then he freely forgives; he freely
shows the mercy that makes us whole.
Therefore, receiving that merciful forgiveness involves being aware of
the sins one has committed, being convicted of them, and seeking pardon.
Who among us does not need occasionally to be faced with the sin we have
committed in order to admit it, or to be taught that something we are doing
is sinful, or encouraged that no matter what our situation, God’s love is
freely given? These three works of spiritual mercy thus become beautiful
means that open a person to contrition, to freely desire forgiveness, and,
having been forgiven, to live more fully in the love of Jesus. As hard as it is
to do, by admonishing, instructing, and counseling, we become means of
grace for others.
But at the same time, the way we offer these works of mercy matters
very much. There can be nothing arrogant or prideful in our approach.
When Jesus tells us to look at the plank in our own eye before we look at the
speck in our neighbor’s eye, he is not telling us to ignore the sins of others.
He is telling us to be aware of our own need for mercy first, that our own
sins and humble contrition should be our first concern. Then, in the proper
and genuine spirit of humility, we are able to gently and lovingly approach
those God draws us to, and offer them the joy of Christ by encouraging them
to do what is necessary for forgiveness, for receiving the joyful mercy of
God. When we act with profound humility, the Lord does amazing things in
the lives of others.
~ Fr John David
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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This Week at OLMC
February 21 - February 28
SUNDAY
8:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:15 AM
2:00 PM
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
6:30 PM
MONDAY
7:00 AM
7:00 PM
TUESDAY
7:00 AM
8:30a-4p
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
5:30 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
MASS
Church
MASS
Church
Sacrament Prep Parent Retreat St. Michael Hall
MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Church
Convivio
Escuela
MASS
Church
Confirmation Preparation
St. Michael Hall
MASS
Conversational Spanish
Estudios Bíblicos en Español
Church
Gathering Room
St. Michael Hall
MASS
Church
Care-a-van Free Medical Care
St. Michael Hall
Momnipotent
Gathering Room
Mujeres Llenas de Gracia
St. Michael Hall
MASS
Church
SPRED Three Full Session
SPRED Room
RCIA
St. Michael Hall
RICA en Español
Gathering Room
Contemporary Ensemble
Church
WEDNESDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Church
5:30 PM MASS
Church
6:30 PM SPRED One Full Session
SPRED Room
SPRED Two Catechists
Carmel Center
7:00 PM Adult Choir
Church
Holy Hour
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Symbolon
St. Michael Hall
THURSDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Church
9:00 AM Women’s Bible Study
St. Michael Hall
3:00 PM Children’s Choir
Gathering Room
6:30 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Church
7:00 PM Viviendo la Eucaristía
Gathering Room
Handmades
Lukas Schmidt Suite
FRIDAY
7:00 AM MASS
Church
8:15 AM MASS
Church
6:00 PM RCIA Retreat
St. Michael Hall
Soup Supper
Commons
7:00 PM Stations of the Cross
Church
SATURDAY
8:00 AM RCIA Retreat
St. Michael Hall
3:00 PM Reconciliation
Reconciliation Room
5:00 PM MASS
Church
SUNDAY
8:00 AM MASS
Church
10:00 AM MASS
Church
11:15 AM Gathered By Grace
St. Michael Hall
2:00 PM MISA EN ESPAÑOL
Church
5:00 PM MASS
Church
6:00 PM Senior Youth Group
St. Michael Hall
Lent 2016 at OLMC
Friday Soup Suppers
6:00 p.m. in the Commons
Please bring a meatless
soup to share.
The Parish will provide
bread and drinks.
Stations of the Cross
Fridays at 7:00 p.m. in the Church
Praying the Year of Mercy
Stations of the Cross,
including prayers written
by Pope Francis,
using our new Stations of the Cross!
Lenten Weekly Holy Hour
Wednesdays during Lent
at 7:00 p.m.
in the Blessed Sacrament
Chapel
Adoration of the
Holy Eucharist and
an Opportunity for the
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Children’s Faith Formation
Kingdom Kids Nursery (1-3 yrs)
KidCheck Account Required
The Nursery is offered during the 10:00
a.m. Mass for children ages 1-3 years old.
Children in the Nursery are invited to
share life stories, listen to the Gospel
and build Christian relationships. The
nurturing staff and volunteers provide a safe, Christian
environment for the children in their care.
Parents who utilize the nursery are asked to volunteer about
one Sunday per month to keep our Co-Op Nursery staffed
each Sunday. For more information use the online Contact
Form at olmckids.weebly.com or call the parish office, x107.
KidCheck: Free Secure Check In System KidCheck is a
secure check-in for the Nursery and other Children’s Ministry
offerings. Signing up for KidCheck is easy and free to
parents. Register today olmc.org.
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Sacraments
Youth Ministry
Volunteers Needed for Junior Youth Group
Beginning in February, middle
schoolers will have the opportunity to participate in standalone
Junior Youth Group meetings.
These will not only be great
chances to dive into our Catholic faith, but also to have fun
and meet other youth of the parish. However, this can only
happen with the help of dedicated volunteers! If you are
interested in helping out by attending meetings, leading discussion, giving talks, etc., please email Patrick Walsh at
[email protected] No commitment will be expected until
scheduling is determined. This is a great opportunity to
share your faith and to have a lot of fun; don’t pass it up!
Senior Youth Group
The next Senior Youth Group meeting will
be next Sunday, February 28, in St. Michael
Hall. SYG will meet following the 5:00pm
celebration of Mass and will wrap up at
8:00pm. All high schoolers are invited!
Young Adult Ministry
If you are a young adult between
the ages of 21 and 35 and would like
to hear about future young adult
events at OLMC, please email Patrick Walsh at [email protected]
Young
Adults
Adult Faith Formation
Mercy Monday
Our next gathering for Mercy Monday will be held on Monday, March
7th. We begin at 7 pm in the Gathering Room of the Church. Join us
for an evening of Taize Prayer,
Song, Quiet time and reflection on
a Saint of Mercy. This month’s reflection will be on St. Elizabeth of Hungary. This Lent take an hour of quiet and prayer!
Mercy
Monday
Lectio Divina for Women
These women’s prayer groups meet
twice monthly. One group meets on
Lectio
Friday mornings from 10-11 and the
Divina
other group meets Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30pm.g and one in the for Women
evening. Enjoy some quiet time as we
focus and pray over the Scriptures for
the upcoming Sunday.
Friday Morning group: March 4th and 18th
Wednesday Evening group: March 2nd and 16th
Meetings are held in the Gathering Room of the Church.
st
1 Eucharist Workshop will meet at St. Michael Hall on
Sunday, March 6, from 11:15am until 1:45pm. Parent and child
attend together. Children must be registered before attending the session. Lessons 1-4 of the Pflaum 1st Eucharist program should be completed before the session.
Please bring food items to make sandwiches for the Backdoor Ministry at St. Vincent Catholic Church.
White Bread (A-J), Oscar Mayer Bologna (K-R), Kraft Cheese
Slices (S-Z)
Confirmation Preparation
The next meeting for teens preparing
to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation
(after this weekend) will be held in
St. Michael Hall on Sunday, March 6,
3:00 - 4:45pm. If possible, sponsors should
be present at this meeting.
Gathered By Grace
Our next Gathered By Grace session
meets February 28th, immediately following the 10:00am Mass. This month
we will learn about and reflect upon the theme of Morality.
What is the moral life? How do we live the moral life?
Initiation Programs
RCIA The next session for RCIA will meet
on Tuesday, February 23rd. Newcomers
are always welcome! This weekend two
important Rites are celebrated. For our
unbaptized catechumens, The Rite of
Election was celebrated at the Cathedral. Our “Elect” travelled to Richmond to meet with Bishop DiLorenzo. He
signed the Parish Book of the Elect containing their signatures and enrolled them in the order of the Elect of the
Catholic Church. Sunday at the 8 am Mass our baptized candidates celebrated The Rite of Calling the candidates to Continuing Conversion. This rite is celebrated with the adults
who wish to complete their Christian initiation through the
sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist or who wish to be
received into the full communion of the Catholic Church. In
both of these Rites, our catechumens and candidates seek
the support of our community’s prayer and example as they
continue their RCIA journey.
Catholics Come Home If you have thought about returning
to your Catholic Faith, we invite you to join
our Catholics Come Home program. We
will meet this Tuesday, February 23rd, in
St. Michael Hall at 7:00pm.
If you are interested in this process or
would to discuss the program further,
please contact Janet Hassan: 595-0385
ext. 110 or [email protected] or just
“show up” this Tuesday.
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Social Ministry
Marriage and Family Life Ministry
Reflecting Christ
Marriage Enrichment Night Like “Monday morning quarterbacks” who review the previous weekend’s game searching for ways to improve the team, couples can also benefit
from reviewing a particularly intense conflict to both learn
from it and to heal the damage it may have caused. Come to
our next Partners on the Journey session “Processing a
Fight” on Friday, March 4, at 7pm in St. Michael Hall and
learn the principles to make this processing effective
RSVP to Eileen at [email protected] or ext. 116 by Tuesday,
March 1. Childcare is available with reservation. Please include the names and ages of your children when you RSVP.
Transformed by The Eucharist…
Reaching Out into community
CRS RICE BOWL Community Reflections
On Care For Our Common Home
Read: “New biological technologies” (Laudato Si, sec. 130-132)
Find it online at crsricebowl.org/university
SEEING SOLIDARITY
As Pope Francis notes, sometimes human intervention in the
environment can be a good, and necessary, thing. In
Madagascar, countless farming communities lost their entire
crop in 2013 in the wake of Cyclone Haruna. These
hardworking farmers just needed a little help getting back on
their feet. The CRS seed fair is helping them do just that.
Farmers receive agriculture vouchers to purchase seeds, tools
and livestock, and vendors benefit from a safe, structured
venue where they can sell their goods.
Visit crsricebowl.org/university to learn more.
ACTIVITY: Traveling Food
In the United States, food often travels between 1,500 & 2,000
miles from farm to table. That means a ton of fuel is burned
transporting it, not to mention the energy it takes to preserve it.
Pope Francis invites us to consider the “human interventions”
that affect our environment.
Try it. List the food & drinks you’ve consumed today and try
to map them back to their source. Be realistic, how many
“human interventions” did it take to get from farm to plate to
your stomach?
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PROCESS: Questions to ponder
In the excerpt from Laudato Si, does Pope Francis raise
any issues that strike a particular cord with you? How can
you respond to the pope’s invitation to care for creation?
Think about your own food consumption habits. Are
there any that are particularly helpful to the environment?
Or any that seem harmful?
PRAYER: Water That is Holy
God of the earth, of the soil and of the dirt.
God of all things that grow, and sprout and bloom
We see you in those good things you have made; we seek you
in all creation. May we learn ways to cultivate food that both
nourishes our bodies and our planet. May we never take for
granted the sustenance that comes forth from that soil that
enables us to continue your good work. May we take for our
own the words of Ecclesiastes: One who pays heed to the
wind will never sow, and one who watches the clouds will
never reap. (11:4) May we be moved to act, to watch our hunger for nourishment with a hunger for justice, both for our
brothers and sister and for our planet. Amen.
FASTING CHALLENGE: Eat Locally
How intentional are you about where your food comes from?
How informed are you about the impact such decisions have
both locally & globally? Challenge yourself to answer these
questions this week.
Place some money in your rice bowl in solidarity.
Inclusive Ministries
SPRED (Special Religious Development)
Adults with developmental disabilities are invited to participate in our SPRED community at OLMC. SPRED is specifically
designed to meet the spiritual needs of persons with developmental or cognitive challenges, and involves a special one
on one relationship with a catechist.
The community of faith also provides a framework via which
participants can celebrate the sacraments, and enter into the
worshipping experiences of the whole church. For more information or to inquire about SPRED groups for children,
please contact parish chairperson Miki at 596.7172
Healing Ministry
New: OLMC Prayer Chain (Cadena de Oración)
A new ministry begins at OLMC! This will offer an opportunity for those who wish to pray for the needs of others and a
place for you to request prayers.
Here’s how it works:
Will you be one of our prayer warriors? If so, contact the
prayer coordinator at [email protected] Please leave
your name, phone number and email address on the message. Sandra will contact you.
Do you have a prayer request? Leave you prayer request at
[email protected] This will be monitored daily and all
requests will be forwarded to our prayer warriors.
This is available in English and Spanish. (Está disponible en
inglés y español.)
DID YOU KNOW? There is a website – mealtrain.com – that
we can use to set up a schedule to bring meals to parishioners who are sick or homebound for whatever reason. It allows friends, relatives, or fellow parishioners to step up and
help in whatever way necessary – in this case, bringing a
meal for those who perhaps do not qualify for Meals on
Wheels, or whose caregiver needs help. Are you that parishioner, or do you know of a parishioner, who could use us? In
this Year of Mercy, could you accept our help – a meal once a
week, perhaps? If you could use this service, please contact
Rolande Phillips, 240-7400.
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OLMC Parish News
Handmades Ministry Join the
Handmades the 4th Thursday of every
month at 6:30pm in Manion Hall for
crocheting or knitting and good
conversation. experience is needed. Yarn,
patterns and teachers are provided. The
Handmades serve Pregnancy Outreach, PORT, nursing
homes and Circle of Hope with handmade items. This
month we will meet on Thursday, February 25th.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner
Tickets will be on sale for the
dinner in the Commons after
Corned Beef the Masses on February 20-21
& Cabbage and March5-6.
The dinner will be held at St.
Dinner
Michael Hall on Wednesday,
March 16, at 6:00pm. The tickets are $8.00 each and must
be purchased in advance at the Church or by contacting
Marianne Quantz at 874-8150 or at [email protected]
Ladies of Carmel Raffle
Win one of these fabulous prizes at the
annual Marie McNamara raffle held by
the Ladies of Carmel.
1st Prize: Pot of Gold, $500 in choice
of Manna gift cards
2nd Prize: 2 Night Stay in
Charlottesville & Dinner One Night
3rd Prize: Two $75 vouchers for Ferguson Center & Dinner
Donation $1 per ticket or $5 for a book of 6 tickets. The
winner (who does not need to be present to win) will be
announced at the Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner on
March 16. Tickets will be available in the Commons
following Masses February 21 and March 6.
The Chrism Mass On the Monday of Holy Week, March
21st, Bishop DiLorenzo will celebrate the Chrism Mass at the
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond. At this Liturgy
all the oils used throughout the Diocese will be blessed by
the Bishop and the priests of our Diocese will renew their
commitment to the priesthood. We will fill our two parish
vans for the event.
You are asked to meet the vans in the St. Michael Hall
parking lot at 3:00 pm. The vans will leave promptly. You
will have time to tour the Cathedral and go downstairs to
see the Diocese’s museum and crypt. Following the Mass
enjoy a light reception. The vans will return approximately
at 9:15 P.M. Only 37 places are available on the vans. To
reserve a place on the bus contact Janet at 595-0385, x110
or [email protected]
Chrism Mass Drivers, we need drivers for our two Parish
Buses on March 21st to go to the Chrism Mass in
Richmond. No special license is required to drive the small
bus, however to drive the larger bus a CDL is required.
Please contact Hart at ext. 122 if you are able to help.
OLMC Parish News, cont.
Medjugorje Pilgrimage
Jubilee Year of Mercy pilgrimage to
Medjugorje: June 3-11
Accompanying the group and serving as
the spiritual director for the pilgrimage is
Fr. Peter Tran. The group leader is
parishioner Allison Moffatt. Our Lady's
mission is one of peace. She has come to
earth to reeducate us and to help us
convert and re-center our lives back to God. Our Lady's role
has always been one of guiding people to Her Son, Jesus.
For more information, visit www.pilgrimages.com/moffatt/,
or to request a flyer with full details, please contact Allison
Moffatt at 868-4785 or [email protected]
Music Ministry
Triduum Choir
Calling all singers and instrumentalists! This
year we will be having a special Triduum Choir
that will sing at the Holy Thursday, Good Friday,
and Easter Vigil liturgies. The choir is open to
ALL musicians in the parish, high school age and
older. Rehearsals will be held on Thursdays at
7:30pm in the Church. Those interested in joining should email our music director, Johanna Smith,
at [email protected] or call the office at 595-0385, ext. 117.
Community News
Father/Daughter - Mother/Son Dinner Dance Knights of
Columbus Council 5480 is sponsoring a "Father/Daughter Mother/Son Dinner Dance" on Saturday, March 5th, 6:30PM 9:30PM in St. Jerome's Fellowship Hall. Tickets: Advance: $10
Couple/$15 Family; Door: Add $5. Tickets will be available for
sale in the Commons after all Masses next weekend or
RSVP: [email protected]/(757-469-8303).
The Bishop Keane Institute Presents: The Heavens Proclaim: Astronomy and the Vatican,” a lecture by Br. Guy Consolmagno, SJ – Friday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m. at Immaculate
Conception in Hampton. Tickets are available online for $15
at keaneinstitute.org/tickets. Consolmagno, a Jesuit brother,
is Director of the Vatican Observatory and the President of
the Vatican Observatory Foundation.
Retreat for Healing after Abortion
A Rachel’s Vineyard Weekend Retreat will be held March 1113 at the Williamsburg Christian Retreat Center in Toano. The
weekend retreat includes spiritual exercises, the sacrament
of reconciliation, a memorial service and a Mass of Entrustment, and is available to women and men who may have
been adversely impacted by an abortion. Participation is
strictly confidential and offers a beautiful opportunity to
experience god’s love, forgiveness and compassion.
To register, contact Linda Riva at [email protected] or
887-3144. The cost is $185 for meals, room and all retreat
materials. Financial assistance is available!!
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Mass Intentions
Saturday, February 20, 2016
5:00 – Vicky Shelton
Sunday, February 21, 2016
8:00 – Janice Brackin Hyatt
10:00 – Mildred Sulkevich
2:00 – The People of the Parish
5:00 – Frances & Sidney McGovern
Mon – (7am) Henrietta Gray
Tues – (7am) Leontyna Grzebiniak
(5:30pm) Rob Weimer
Wed – (7am) Mary Ann Wall
(5:30pm) Cletus Vincke
Thur – (7am) Int’s of Lydia Abella
(6:30pm) Martha Kelly
Fri – (7am) Travis Wahlert
(8:15am) Rita Goode
Saturday, February 27, 2016
5:00 – Catherine Gleason
Sunday, February 28, 2016
8:00 – John Ganger
10:00 – Michael Fischer
2:00 – The People of the Parish
5:00 – Int’s of Grace Farah
Family
Pete & Carolyn LeBel
Cathy & Louis Luth
The Spellman Family
Paul & Maureen Coon
Bill & Janet Gorman
Bonnie Tingle
Jerry & Bridget Wall
The Monday Night
Prayer Group
Tserha Petros
Bonnie Tingle
Mom & Dad
Patricia Goode
Marianne Spellman
Ann Power
Jane Patacca
Katya Dahdah
Our Lady of Mount Carmel School News
The OLMC Home and School Association is sponsoring a Chili Cook-Off and Dessert Decorating Contest on
Saturday, March 5 at 6:00 PM. Join us in the school cafeteria to taste and vote for your favorite chili and
dessert! You won’t leave hungry, with many types of chili to choose from, as well as cornbread, hot dogs, and
delicious desserts. Admission is $5 per family, which includes unlimited tasting and 10 tickets for voting, and
helps cover the cost of this fellowship event. We hope to see you there!
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21 de febrero del 2016
Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma
PARROQUIA NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL CARMEN
Ministerio Hispano: Director: Diácono Francisco Anleu
TEL. Oficina: (757) 595-0385 Ext. 123, Celular: (757) 846-0628
Misas en Español: Domingos: 2:00 PM y Jueves: 6:30 PM
Confesiones: Sábados, 3:00-4:00PM, Domingos, 12:00-1:30PM
Próximas charlas de Bautismo
10 de abril, 2016
10:00am, en la Cafetería de la Escuela.
Próxima Celebración de Bautismos.
Sábado 16 de abril, 2016, 11:00AM.
Para mas información contactar a los catequistas de Bautismo. Walter y María Rivera al Tel: 757-777-0874
REQUISITOS PARA BAUTISMOS
PADRES DEBEN ASISTIR A LAS CHARALAS PREBAUTISMALES, PROGRAMADAS POR LA IGLESIA.
DEBEN PROVEER UN PADRINO, HOMBRE O MUJER, QUE
TENGA LOS 3 SACRAMENTOS DE INICICIACION CRISTIANA.
(Bautismo, Eucaristía y confirmación).
Que sea Mayor de 16 años.
Si alguno de ellos esta casado, por lo tanto ha recibido el
Sacramento del Matrimonio.
Las charlas pre-bautismales, duran 2 horas y 30 Minutos.
Estas cumplen con el currículo de la Diócesis de Richmond y
son facilitadas por catequistas, quienes han recibido formación respecto al Sacramento.
Nota: Pueden registrarse el día de las charlas.
SACRAMENTO DE LA CONFIRMACIÓN PARA JÓVENES.
DEBEN ESTAR EN 10MO. GRADO
PARA MAS INFORMACIÓN CONTACTAR A
PATRICK WALSH, AL TELÉFONO 757-5950385 EXT. 106
Has completado tus sacramentos de Iniciación Cristiana,
y Quieres ayudar en algún Ministerio bien sea Litúrgico
o Pastoral. Tu servicio a Jesucristo a quien has reencontrado en esta jornada es muy importante para tu jornada espiritual y pastoral Si quieres ser parte de esta evangelización, contacta a las personas indicadas.
Coordinadores de misa.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
Rosarios, Novenas
Domingo Malpica, 325-0505
Sacramentos de Primera Reconciliación y Comunión
María Angélica, 223-8716
Lectores o Proclamadores Shorty Meléndez, 599-0882
Monaguillos
José Sánchez, 269-0319
Ujieres
Ricardo Miranda
Música
Fabiola Sánchez, 236-9720
RICA, CICCA.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
Bautismo
Walter y María Rivera, 303-4973
Hospitalidad, Convivios
Fabiola y Daniel, 450-0020
Patrick Walsh, 595-0385, x106
Jóvenes 9o A 12o
Visita a los enfermos en Hospitales y Casas.
Matrimonios, Quinceañeras, Dirección Espiritual.
Diacono Francisco, 846-0628
CUARESMA 2016
MIERCOLES DE CENIZA 10 DE FEBRERO
MISA EN ESPAÑOL 7:30PM.
TODOS LOS VIERNES DE CUARESMA
SOPA Y VIACRUCIS, BILINGÜE.
6:00PM SOPA. 7:00PM VIACRUCIS
FEBRERO 19, 26; MARZO 4, 11, 18
Todos los miércoles de Cuaresma, habrá Adoración del
Santísimo a las 7:00 p.m. Y también habrán oportunidad
para celebrar el sacramento de reconciliación.
Febrero 17, 24; Marzo 2, 9, 16.
Llamando a todos los cantantes y músicos! Este año vamos a
tener un coro especial para el Triduo que cantará en la liturgias del Jueves Santo, Viernes Santo, y la Vigilia Pascual. Este
coro está abierto para TODOS los cantantes y músicos en la
parroquia que están en edad de escuela secundaria y mayores. Prácticas serán los jueves a las 7:30pm en la iglesia comenzando el 11 de febrero. Las personas interesadas en participar en este coro, por favor contactar el director de música,
Johanna Smith, a través de correo electrónico
a: [email protected] o al teléfono 595-0385 ext.117.
Buena Salud!!
Atención medica, sin costo para niños y adultos que no tiene seguro medico aquí en la Parroquia Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
Que es esto?: La atención medica es proveído por personal de
“BON SECOURS CARE-A-VAN”
Cuando: Cada SEGUNDO Y CUARTO MARTES de cada mes .
La registración empieza a las 9:30 am hasta que la clínica
este llena. Entre mas temprano llegue mas temprano
será atendido.
Costo:
TODOS LOS SERVICIO SON GRATIS, pero las donaciones
siempre son apreciadas.
Servicios Incluidos: Evaluación de rutina y tratamiento de enfermedades agudas comunes, incluyendo; infecciones respiratorias, dolores de cabeza, dolores de oídos , y conjuntivitis; vías urinarias e
infecciones de la vejiga; gastritis y acideces; erupciones menores de
la piel (ronchitas); dolores musculares menores, y condiciones
crónicas tales como diabetes e hipertensión.
También: Exámenes físicos para escuelas, exámenes físicos para
deportes; seguro medico para niños, inscripciones y educación
sana. Se esta trabajando para entrenar a personas bilingües para
que puedan asistirte en estas clínicas de momento si tu no tienes
un traductor, llama a la oficina para que se te asigne uno durante tu
visita. Para aquellos que se han inscrito como interpretes estar
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parroquia. De la manera que Dios nos da la vida, la iglesia siempre
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