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third sunday of easter
Welcome to St. Anthony of Padua. Today we celebrate the:
Bienvenidos a San Antonio de Padua. Hoy celebramos el:
THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
TERCER DOMINGO DE PASCUA
MAY 4, 2014 - THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
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STEWARDSHIP & PARISH INFORMATION
St. Anthony of Padua Pastoral Staff
(559) 439-0124
Pastor: Rev. Msgr. Rob D. Wenzinger ext. 104
[email protected]
Parochial Vicar : Rev. Bert Mello
Parish Deacons
Rev. Mr. Edward C. Valdez
Rev. Mr. Ricardo DeLeon
Parish Sisters
Sister, Flor Azevedo, FHIC
Sister, Rosa Maria Branco, FHIC
Sister/Hermana, Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ
Support Staff
Finance/Facilities
Tom Neumeier
[email protected]
Parish Administrator
Mary Mosier
[email protected]
Admin Asst. Clergy Appt’s
Chris Shiveley
[email protected]
Accts. Receivable
Lilli Angela Antonio
[email protected]
Bookkeeper
Sherry Otero
[email protected]
Webmaster
Lisa Hendey
[email protected]
Bulletin Editor
email bulletin articles to:
[email protected]
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RECOGNIZING JESUS
St. Peter speaks to us twice today. In the first
reading, we hear an excerpt from his sermon on
Pentecost; in the second, part of his first Letter.
Once a frightened, uneducated fisherman who
often said just the wrong thing, now Peter is
speaking what he knows to be true. Everything Jesus had said now makes
sense. His death and rising were all part of God’s plan, and our faith and
hope can be centered on God. Today’s Gospel tells the story of Jesus’ walk
to Emmaus with two of the disciples. Frightened, sad, and confused, the
two don’t recognize Jesus, who tells them what we heard Peter say above:
all this had to happen as part of God’s plan. In the end, these disciples
recognize Jesus as we are to recognize him—in the breaking of the bread.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SECOND COLLECTION
This weekend is our second collection after Holy Communion to benefit
the Parish Improvement Fund. Thank you for your support and prayers
for our parish community!
The two journeying on the road to
Emmaus were so preoccupied in
their own suffering that they failed
to recognize Christ beside them.
JOURNEY
Find JOY in the
When Pope Francis was elected
over one year ago, he stepped
OURNEY
out on the balcony at St. Peter’s
and addressed the whole world.
In his moving address, he used
the word “journey” four times. This
is a word that should stick with us
while Pope Francis serves as shepherd. Often times we look at life as a
series of events rather than a whole journey. This can be frustrating
especially when the dramatic events of life wear us down. The walk to
Emmaus is a powerful reminder that we are on a journey and Jesus
Christ walks with us. In order to keep the hope of the resurrection with
us always, we need to let our journey mirror that of those early disciples
on the Road to Emmaus. Pay attention to the details: They were
disciples of Jesus. They could openly discuss their faith struggles. They
relied on the Scriptures to interpret their lives. They welcomed the
stranger who was the Risen Christ. They listened to him. They invited
him to stay. In the breaking of the bread, they saw things clearly. They
changed the direction of their journey to head back towards the church.
Is your Catholic faith a journey, or just a series of unconnected church
events? Pope Francis is like the voice of Peter in our first reading,
reminding us that life is a journey, we are on the path, and we must
keep Christ ever before us.
J
FOR THE WEEKEND OF
APRIL 20, 2014
This week’s plate income:
$47,607.00
Last year’s plate income:
$56,343.00
Difference:
- $8,736.00
FOR THE WEEKEND OF
APRIL 27, 2014
This week’s plate income:
$22,418.00
Last year’s plate income:
$22,766.00
Difference:
- $348.00
WE GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR
CONTINUED GENEROSITY!
As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one
another as good stewards of God's varied grace.
1 Peter 4:10
4 DE MAYO DEL 2014 - TERCER DOMINGO DE PASCUA
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SACRAMENTS,
MASS INTENTIONS,
PRAISES,
PRAYERS
PRAYERS
& PETITIONS
& PETITIONS
READINGS AND MASS INTENTIONS (MAY 4 - MAY 11 2014)
TODAY’S READINGS CAN BE FOUND AT #904
SUNDAY 5/4
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
MONDAY 5/5
6:45 am
8:00 am
TUESDAY 5/6
6:45 am
8:00 am
WEDNESDAY 5/7
6:45 am
8:00 am
THURSDAY 5/8
6:45 am
8:00 am
FRIDAY 5/9
6:45 am
8:45 am
SATURDAY 5/10
5:15 pm
7:00 pm (Spanish)
SUNDAY 5/11
MOTHER’S DAY
8:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
1:00pm (Spanish)
3:30 pm (Latin)
6:00 pm
Acts 2:14, 22-33; Ps 16:1-2, 5, 7-11; 1 Pt 1:17-21; Lk 24:13-35
† Pietro & Davidina Mastrocinque by Rosanna Lampman
† Alma Horstmeier by Tom & Aleen Neumeier
† Adrian Valera by Vilma Curry
† Marco Alvarez by Mary Barrett
Pro Populo
† Pete Mehas by The Marvin Perez Family
Acts 6:8-15; Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30; Jn 6:22-29
† Mary Crossland by R.W. & M.J. McClain
† Johnny Hopkins by Kit Hopkins
Sacraments Support Staff
(559) 439-0124
Infant Baptisms & Funerals
Teri Loera
ext 102
[email protected]
Marriage Coordinator
Lynn Medeiros
ext 116
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
ext 222
[email protected]
Acts 7:51 — 8:1a; Ps 31:3cd-4, 6, 7b, 8a, 17, 21ab; Jn 6:30-35
† Christopher Chavez by Dolores Chavez
† Ronald Johnson by Patricia Johnson
Acts 8:1b-8; Ps 66:1-3a, 4-7a; Jn 6:35-40
† Rose Pardini by Pat & Linda Mastro
† Bernard & Theresa Herman by Jeannie Starks
Acts 8:26-40; Ps 66:8-9, 16-17, 20; Jn 6:44-51
† Lois Laygo by her family
† Juanita Manzula by Manuel Manzula
Acts 9:1-20; Ps 117:1bc, 2; Jn 6:52-59
† Peggy Samson by The Samson Family
† John D. Messina by Marianne
Acts 9:31-42; Ps 116:12-17; Jn 6:60-69
† Vincent Underdown by Mr. & Mrs Vincent Palmo
† Luis Rodriguez por Sanjuana Rodriguez
Acts 2:14a, 36-41; Ps 23:1-6; 1 Pt 2:20b-25; Jn 10:1-10
All Mothers, Living & Deceased
All Mothers, Living & Deceased
All Mothers, Living & Deceased
All Mothers, Living & Deceased
All Mothers, Living & Deceased
Pro Populo
Recently Requested Masses:
Carl Orlando by Barbara Orlando,
Grace & Marcos Vasquez by Marc & Lucy Vasquez
Stan Cardenas by Ed & Faye Boele, Skip Hayden by Marian Burns,
Sean M. Cardenas by Virginia Garofoli,
Stan Cardenas by Ron & Kathi O’Rourke
Stan Cardenas by SA Silver Angels Ministry
Intentions:
George Davis by Manuel & Virginia Pacheco
CONFESSION AT STA
Please note there are no Confession Saturday April 26th due to First
Communions. Regular Schedule resumes Saturday, May 10th from
10am-12:00pm. Thanks for your understanding!
Invitation Sunday
NEXT SUNDAY AFTER THE 11:00AM MASS
BY THE CONFERENCE ROOM (THE DONUGHT ROOM)
THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptisms are celebrated at St. Anthony on
Saturdays @ 9:00am or Sundays @ 2:30pm
Please schedule your child’s baptismal
date and your Baptismal Preparation
Class in the Parish Office.
THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY
Couples should contact the parish office to
make an appointment with the parish
marriage coordinator at least six months
in advance of any wedding date to begin
preparations.
MARRIAGE BANNS:
The following couple will
marry in the coming weeks:
Carlos Tovar and Sandra Saldivar
Juan Rios and Fabiola Rios
If you know of any canonical reason for
them not to be married, please contact the
parish office.
PRAY FOR THE SICK:
We pray for: Ariyn Behrens, Bill
Flemming, Baby Annalynn,
Virginia R. Zendejas, Lucy Perez,
Henrietty G. Wells and all who are
sick. May they feel God’s healing power
through our prayers.
CONDOLENCES:
We pray for Gabriel Arroyo,
Francisco Del Toro, Stanley
Michael Cardenas, Barbara June
Schattinger, Robert N. Amaro,
Kathryn Louise Melloand and all
the faithful departed. Eternal
rest grant unto them, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine
upon them. May they rest in
peace.
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MAY 4, 2014 - THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Religious Education & Sacraments
(559) 439-0124
Children's Religious Education
Mary Socorro Briseño
ext 119
[email protected]
Religious Ed. Secretary
Aida Bolton
ext 115
[email protected]
High School Sacraments
Sharon Christison
ext 111
[email protected]
Youth Group Assistant
Jenise Coates
ext 110
[email protected]
We congratulate all of our First Communicants from our Religious
Education Program GIFT who received their First Holy Communion
last Saturday April 26th 2014. See pg. 10 for First communicants!
GIFT FAMILY PICNIC: SUNDAY, MAY 4TH @ 3:30PM
GIFT families are invited to bring food to share. Please bring utensils
to serve food and your picnic chairs or towels/blankets to sit on.
For more information, please contact:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119 or [email protected]
MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY
Join Us for the Family Picnic Today!
Regular EDGE Sessions will Resume in the Fall
For more information call Jenise @439-0124x110 Or Email
[email protected]
All teens in High School are welcome to attend our 6pm Mass. Come
sit up front in the Main Section of the Church. BRING A FRIEND!
MAY 4TH: CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC & MAY 18TH: GOD IS GOOD
This Gospel to me depicts many common
attitudes toward God in our current time.
The men did not believe in the
Resurrection of Jesus Christ, until He
broke the bread and proved himself to
them. I think many people today have the
same views. Many choose to ignore the
Lord and do not find it necessary to praise
Him daily. It seems we only choose to
acknowledge Christ when something good
or big happens. I know that I can relate to
that, too. I know God is always with me,
but I am not always
aware of His presence.
I try to remember that
when we break bread in
the Eucharist, Christ is
present. After reading
this Gospel, I know that I
really have to focus on the Eucharist and
the presence of Christ at Mass.
Gracie, 16 - LIFETEEN
STEUBENVILLE SAN DIEGO
JULY 25.26.27,
2014 to do this.
I am not afraid;
I was born
Steubenville San Diego retreat is the weekend of July 25th - 27th.
Forms are in the parish office or online at stanthonyfresno.org.
Steubenville San Diego is an amazing faith filled weekend conference
for High School Teens. The cost is 250 per individual, chaperones
included. Life Teen will be sharing about this wonderful experience that
they have had at all the masses. We are asking for donations to sponsor
teens and help all those who would not be able to attend without your
financial support. Please help if you can. Donations are made out to
St. Anthony’s and Life Teen in the memo. Saturday and Sunday May 3rd
and 4th LifeTeen will be speaking at all the masses.
If you are interested in being a part of our
Ministry
please call or email Sharon Christison @ 439-0124 ext111 or
email [email protected] YOU ARE NEEDED!
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION & FAITH FORMATION
(Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Sessions are held every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the
Conference Room. Anyone interested in completing
their sacraments of initiation ~ Baptism, Confirmation or Eucharist ~ is
welcome to join us. If you have questions, please contact Martha @
[email protected]
ENGLISH ADULT CONFIRMATION: If you are Catholic, older
than high school and have been thinking about investigating how to
receive your Confirmation, you’ve found it! Sessions are held on
Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00pm in the Conference Room of the
Parish Center. New folks are welcome at any time… but NOW is a
GREAT time to start with the formation process. Call Martha for more
details: 439-0124, ext. 114 or [email protected]
TUESDAY NIGHT FAITH BIBLE STUDY
Facilitator: Deacon Edward Valdez - Come and
enrich your Catholic Faith every Tuesday night from
7pm to 8:30pm in Room #21 @ the School. Drop-ins
are also welcome on any Tuesday night bring your
bibles & a friend. For questions please contact the
Office of Ministries at: 439-0124, x105.
THE JOY OF THE GOSPEL
(Evangelii Gaudium)
Are you interested in taking a closer look at this
Apostolic Exhortation by Pope Francis? The Little
Rock Scripture Study group invites you to join us on
Tuesdays, at 7 p.m. in the Board room of the Parish
Center. If you’d like to reserve a copy of the study
guide or have other questions please contact Martha
@ [email protected] or call 439-0124, ext.114. We look
forward to your becoming part of our study group.
Adult Religious Education-RCIA
And Sunday Pre-School
(559) 439-0124
Martha Danks-Ferguson
ext 114
[email protected]
@Pontifex April-29
Who among us can presume to be free of sin?
No one. Let us ask God to forgive our sins.
@Pontifex April-28
Inequality is the root of social evil.
@Pontifex April-26
None of us can think we are exempt from
concern for the poor and for social justice (EG
201).
@Pontifex April-25
We must not let ourselves fall into the vortex of
pessimism. Faith can move mountains!
CONSECRATION
TO THE MERCIFUL & SACRED
HEART OF JESUS
THURSDAY, MAY 8th @ 6:00PM IN
OUR LADY OF
GUADALULPE
CHAPEL
Immediately following
with refreshments in
the Social Hall. All are welcome!!
WOMEN’S MORNING BIBLE STUDY
When: Thursday Mornings Time: 10am - 11:30am
Study: JESUS’ JOURNEY TO THE CROSS
Where: Room #21 @ St. Anthony’s School.
Childcare Provider is in Room #24 - Questions? Call
the Office of Ministries at: 439-0124, ext. 112.
Bring your Bibles & invite a friend!
CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP
Please join us every Friday, 7pm Rm#23 to praise and worship our God
through songs, inspired teachings and powerful life conversion
experiences and stories. Let us give Glory to God! For more
information please call: Ben or Christy Villas: 271-1246 or Sr Rosa Maria
Branco: 439-0124 ext. 112
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Catholic P s Club
Busines
with
Breakfast
Hentschel
Noel Irwin
May 9th
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See pg. 7 fo
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS CENACLE
HEALING MASS &
CHARISMATIC RETREAT
Friday, May 9th, 2014
See pg. 6 for more info.
Rosary followed by mass 9:00am to 11:00am
@ St. Mary Queen of Apostles Church 4636 West Dakota Ave.
Fresno. Ca. Celebrant: Rev. Msgr. Patrick McCormick
Contact Person: Vera Cruz (559) 349-2802
THERE WILL BE NO
FOOD DRIVE IN MAY.
THANK YOU!
MAY 4, 2014 - THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
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PARISH MINISTRIES
Parish Ministries
(559) 439-0124
Norma Jean Liscano
Ministries Secretary
[email protected]
Sister Rosa
[email protected]
Sister Flor
[email protected]
Music Ministry
David Sarkisian
[email protected]
ST. ANN’S BRIDGE CLUB
ext
Come join us for fellowship & fun on Monday, May 12, at
12:00 noon in the Conference Room. For reservations call
Rose Marie at: 439-2601 or Ann at: 439-1649. Newcomers
are always welcomed!
ext 112
ext 122
ext 222
BACKYARD
BOCCE BALL
TOURNAMENT
The Italian Catholic
Federation, Fresno
District, is hosting a
Backyard Bocce Ball Tournament on
Saturday, May 10, 2014. All are welcome
to come and play. No experience
necessary. The tournament will be held at
San Joaquin Memorial High School.
Registration fee, $80.00 per team of four,
includes a Tri-Tip lunch and prizes for the
winners. Non player are welcome $10.00
for adults and $5.00 for children for lunch
only. Registration opens at 8:45 am. For
more information and registration forms,
contact Antoinette @431-9536.
ROSARY TO OUR
LADY OF THE
MIRACULOUS
MEDAL
Begin your weekend
with prayer. Come and join our devotional
service in the Guadalupe Chapel at
8:00am; on those Saturday morning with
no Mass scheduled (2nd, 3rd, & 4th). We
begin the service with the scripture reading
for the day, before we participate in the
Novena to Our lady of the Miraculous
Medal. We conclude our devotional with a
journey through the mysteries of gospel as
we focus on those bible passages that
correspond to each mysteries of the
rosary. Come and join our service as we
honor and petition our Lord through
devotional prayer. The Rosary is stilled
offered after 1st Saturday morning mass.
Chapel doors will open @ 7:30am
‘OUR LADY FATIMA ROSARY/MASS’
TUESDAY, MAY 13, 2014 @ St. Anthony of Padua Church
Rosary begins at 6:30pm & Mass w/Consecration to Our Lady
@ 7pm in Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel.
Everyone is welcome! Remember what Our Lady of Fatima and
the Angel said:
“Say the Rosary every day to obtain peace for the world. Add
after each decade the following prayer: 'O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save
us from the fire of Hell, lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who have
most need of Thy Mercy.'”
SILVER ANGELS
Join us at our Mother’s Day Celebration. We are pleased to welcome
Monsignor John Harguindeguy who will share a spiritual reflection
about OUR BLESSED MOTHER - Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
@ 11:30am. Pardini’s (Shaw & Van Ness) Entrée: Enchiladas $13.00
PLEASE NOTE: There is no Taize Service
in May. The next Taize Prayer service is
Monday, June 23rd, 2014, at 7:30 p.m.
THERE WILL BE NO FOOD DRIVE IN MAY
With much gratitude & love we thank everyone in advance for being
so generous in helping provide food & clothing for families in need.
MASS & HOLY HOUR All Catholic homeschool families are
welcome and invited to attend a Catholic Homeschool
mass celebrated by Rev. Bert Mello on Monday, May
19th at 8:00 a.m. in the Our Lady of Guadalupe
Chapel at St. Anthony of Padua, followed by a
Children's Holy Hour from 8:45-9:45 a.m. The
homeschool mass and Holy Hour will take place on
the third Monday of every month at 8 a.m.
HEALING MASS
Thursday May 15, 2014 @ Sacred Heart Church 2240 N. Cedar.
Fresno, Ca. 93703 - 6:30pm Praise-Mass 7:00pm
CHARISMATIC RETREAT
Central Valley Charismatic Retreat at St. Anthony’s Retreat Center,
Three Rivers, Ca. May 16-18, 2014.
Cost $175 per person.
The celebrant for the Healing Mass and Retreat will be Fr. Ben St. Croix
from Ottawa, Canada. For more information call Sacred Heart Prayer
Group 229-9907 or Sacred heart Parish Office 237-4121
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PARISH MINISTRIES & OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
‘SPRING BOUTIQUE’
St. Agnes Mission
Silver Angels Senior Ministry
Saturday May 3rd, 2014
4:00pm - 7:00pm &
Saturday May 4th, 2014
7:30am - 1:30pm
There will be a wonderful variety of items, including baked goods,
craft items, and water color paintings.
Please Stop by the Conference Room after mass
and Support our ministry!
For questions please call the office of ministries 439-0124 ext. 112
MONTHLY MEMORIAL MASS
Our next Monthly Memorial Mass will be Saturday, May 17th, 2014 @
5:15pm. This Mass is in honor of those who passed away a year ago
in May 2013, Here at St. Anthony of Padua. We invite members of the
families to come up after Mass to take the candle home as a memorial
to your loved one.
For questions? Please call 439-0124, ext. 112.
VETERANS & SERVICE MEMBERS
OF THE CENTRAL VALLEY
PLEASE BE OUR GUESTS AT MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY
VETERANS & SERVICE MEMBERS WILL RECEIVE A
COMPLIMENTARY LUNCHEON FOR TWO, AND
ACCESS TO SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, HEALTH, JOB, &
RESOURCE FAIRS
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2014, 9AM - 5P
CLOVIS VETERANS MEMORIAL DISTRICT FOURTH & HUGHES
OPENING CEREMONIES AT 9:00 A.M.
PERPETUAL ADORATION
JESUS waits for you… and asks
“Could you not watch with ME for just ONE OUR”
If you are interested in becoming a permanent adorer please, call the
Office of Ministries at: 439-0124, ext. 112 or 105. The schedule is
posted on the wall across from the Adoration Chapel. Thank you &
God bless.
HOURS THAT NEED 2ND ADORERS:
Sundays: 4am, 10am, 11am, 3pm 4, 5, & 6pm
Mondays: 3pm & 6pm
Tuesdays: 10am. 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, & 9pm
Wednesdays: 9pm
Thursdays: 12am, 1am, 1pm, 4pm, 5pm & 11pm
Fridays: 1am, 2am, 3am, 7am, 5pm, 6pm & 8pm
Saturdays: 12am, 9am & 11pm
Sundays: 4am, 10am, 11am, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm & 6pm
St. Agnes Mission Support Staff
Parish Administrator
Annette Amparano 394-5058
[email protected]
Director of Religious Ed.
Phyllis Carmona 299-5549
Hispanic Ministries
Miguel Mireles 259-4205
Catholic
Professional &
Business Club
Join us for Breakfast
on Friday, May 9th
with Noel Irwin
Hentschel
Noel Irwin Hentschel
Date: Friday May 9th, 2014
Time: 7:20am - 8:30am
(Doors open at 7:00am for networking)
Where: Pardini's Banquet Room
Van Ness & Shaw Avenue
Cost: $20.00 non-members
$15.00 members & guests of members
RSVP By: Noon, Wednesday, May 7th.
(Please confirm or cancel pre-paid breakfasts)
For questions, more information or
reservations call (559) 434-2722
or email us at [email protected]
Noel Irwin Hentschel is Chairman, CEO and
co-Founder of AmericanTours International
(ATI), America's largest privately held,
American-owned, inbound/outbound tourism and
marketing organization. Serving one-million
visitors annually, ATI is headquartered in Los
Angeles and Orlando with regional offices in
Miami, New York, San Francisco, Washington
D.C., Honolulu and Beijing.
"I am looking forward to returning to my
hometown of Fresno to share my recent
amazing experiences in China and all the holy
hidden treasures I discovered there from Inner
Mongolia to Shanghai," says Hentschel. “Prayer
leads to grace; grace inspires light; light offers
clarity; clarity brings truth and humility and truth
and humility affirms ‘Trust in God for love, peace
and eternal life.”
MAY 4, 2014 - THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
PAGINA 8
HISPANIC MINISTRIES / MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Hispanic Ministries Staff
(559) 439-0124
Hispanic Ministries Director
Director de Ministerios Hispanos
Edgar Briseno
ext 173
[email protected]
Hispanic Ministries Assistant
Asistente de Ministerios Hispanos
Hna. Teresa Norberto, MCSTNJ ext. 113
[email protected]
@Pontifex_es 29 de abril.
¿Quién puede presumir de no ser un pecador?
Ninguno. Pidamos perdón al Señor por
nuestros pecados.
@Pontifex_es 28 de abril.
La desigualdad es la raíz de los males
sociales.
@Pontifex_es 26 de abril.
Nadie puede sentirse exceptuado de la
preocupación por los pobres y por la justicia
social (EG 201)
RECONOCIENDO A JESÚS
San Pedro nos habla dos veces hoy. En la primera
lectura, escuchamos una parte de su sermón el día
de Pentecostés; en la segunda, parte de su primera
carta. Antes, un pescador asustado y sin mucha
educación que a menudo decía lo que no debía,
ahora dice lo que él sabe es la verdad. Todo lo que Jesús había dicho ahora
tiene sentido. Su muerte y resurrección eran parte del plan de Dios y
nuestra fe y esperanza se pueden centrar en Dios. El Evangelio de hoy nos
relata la historia de la caminata de Jesús hacia Emaús con dos de los
discípulos. Asustados, tristes y confusos, ninguno de los dos reconoció a
Jesús, quien les dice lo mismo que escuchamos de Pedro en la lectura
anterior: todo eso sucedió como parte del plan de Dios. Al final, los
discípulos reconocieron a Jesús por la misma acción que nosotros debemos
reconocerlo al partir el Pan. Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
SEGUNDA COLECTA
Este fin de semana es nuestra segunda colecta después de la Santa
Comunión a beneficio del fondo para el mantenimiento de nuestra
parroquia. Gracias por su apoyo y sus oraciones por nuestra
comunidad parroquial!
CAMINO
CONVIVIO FAMILIAR DE GIFT:
domingo, 4 de mayo @ 3:30pm
Se les invita a las familias de GIFT a traer
comida para compartir. También por favor
traigan utensilios para servir la comida y
sus sillas o toallas/cobijas para sentarse.
Para mas información comuníquese con:
Mary Briseño at 439-0124 ext. 119 o
[email protected]
SACRAMENTOS
PARA ADULTOS
CAMINOS DE FE
es un programa de
formación para los
sacramentos. Clases ya comenzaron y se
llevan acabo los DOMINGOS @ LAS
10:30AM en el salón #21. Ya no lo
pienses mas, anímate! y recibe tus
sacramentos para que puedas vivir una
vida plena y en comunión con Jesús.
Habla con Hna. Tere al 439-0124 ext. 113
Encuentra ALEGRIA
Cuando el Papa Francisco fue
elegido hace más de un año,
en el
AMINO
caminó hacia fuera en el balcón
en San Pedro y se dirigido a todo
el mundo. En su discurso
conmovedor, utilizó la palabra
"camino" cuatro veces. Esta es
una palabra que debería quedarte
con nosotros mientras que el Papa Francisco sirve como pastor. Muchas
veces nos fijamos en la vida como una serie de eventos en lugar de un
camino. Esto puede ser frustrante, especialmente cuando nos desgastan
los dramáticos acontecimientos de la vida. El camino a Emaus es un
poderoso recordatorio de que estamos en un camino y Jesús Cristo
camina con nosotros. Para mantener la esperanza de la resurrección
con nosotros siempre, necesitamos que nuestro comino refleje aquellos
primeros discípulos en el camino a Emaus. Pongamos atención a los
detalles: eran discípulos de Jesús. Podrían discutir abiertamente sus
luchas de fe. Dependían de las Escrituras para interpretar sus vidas.
Acogieron al extraño que era el Cristo resucitado. Ellos lo escucharon.
Lo Invitaron a quedarse. Y en el partimiento del pan, vieron las cosas
claramente. Cambiaron la dirección de su camino de regreso hacia la
iglesia. • ¿Está tu fe católica un camino o una serie de
acontecimientos separados de iglesia? Papa Francisco es como la
voz de Pedro en la primera lectura, nos recuerda que la vida es un
camino, estamos en el camino y debemos mantener en nosotros a Cristo
más que nunca.
C
4 DE MAYO DEL 2014 - TERCER DOMINGO DE PASCUA
PAGINA 9
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS / HISPANIC MINISTRIES
Primeras Comuniones
Felicitamos a todos nuestros primeros comulgantes: niños, niñas y jóvenes de nuestro programa de educación
religiosa GIFT que recibieron su Primera Comunión el día sábado, 26 de abril de 2014.
Bryan Jared Alonso Garcia
Rafael Alva Ortiz
Alexa Guadalupe Avalos
Fatima Joselyne Avalos
Wendy Balderas Rendon
Fabian Andres Beltran
Joanna Benitez Lopez
Andrea Benitez Lopez
Paula Celeste Benuto Barragan
Vicente Antonio Cantu
Anna Carolina Caro
Genyl Alexsandra Caro
Scarlett Gaviota Chavez
Abigail Correa
Alessandra Ahtziri De Arcos
Angel Ruben Diaz
Bianca Yvette Diaz
Araceli Flores
Daniella Soledad Garcia
Sophia Loren Garcia
Michel Alonso Garcia
Natalie Cecilia Garzon
Ashley Guadalupe Gomez Gomez
Ivan Gomez
Eduardo Guillermo Corella
Anthony Lonigro
Julian Guzman
Yessica Guzman
Raul Ramirez Ibarra
Alex Daniel Jardon Macedo
Wendy Jardon
Leslie Daniella Jardon Pamatz
David Jardon Pichardo
Sarai Jardon Pichardo
Cithlalic Jimenez
Gabriela Jimenez
Andrea Guadalupe Jimenez Macias
Angel Ricardo Linares Martinez
Ana Marie Lopez
Sasha Noemi Lopez
Maria Crystal Lua
Ivan Lua
Valeria Luna
Nayleen Corina Maldonado
Alexis Marmolejo Montoya
Kevin Martinez Garcia
Alexander Martinez-Marquez
Maria Jacquilin Mata
Natalia Mata Valenzuela
Jairon Medina Martinez
Vanessa Medrano
Jaira Ivette Mendoza
Yanet Mones Montes
Josejorge Montoya
Jose Luis Noriega, Jr.
Programa de Jr. High
Esmeralda Garcia
Felipe Guadalupe Garcia Gutierrez
Yvette Jardon
Lesly Itlaly Jimenez
Jose Germain Medina Martinez
Isaac Medina-Rosas
Gustavo Jr. Felipe Rodriguez
Bibiana Alicia Sosa Jimenez
Carlos Jose Tellez
Lucia Elena Noriega
Jessica Bibiana Paramo Tovar
Jocelyn Reyes Garcia
Aaron Sebastian Rivera
Ashley Rivera
Saray Lucero Rivera
Kimberly Alondra Ruiz
Eder Azael Sanchez Meneses
Irvin Usiel Sanchez Meneses
Rigoberto Silva Perez Jr.
Erick Bryan Sosa Galvez
Emely Jacqueline Tellez
Angel Toledo Flores
Salud Toledo Ruiz
Carlos Vazquez Zamora
David Vazquez Zamora
Patricia Vazquez Zamora
Rafael Vazquez Zamora
Brayan Vega Espejo
Carla Nayeli Velasco Ochoa
Juan Miguel Velasco Ochoa
Jorge Velasquez Isla Jr.
Briana Evelyn Verdugo Calvillo
Jose Antonio Verdugo Calvillo
Alfredo Villa Leyva
Kimberly Zamora Rodriguez
Alexa Angelyn Zelaya
Programa en Español de Jóvenes
de High School
Moses Albin Jimenez
Richard Ramirez Alavez
Stefanie Lopez-Ramirez
Perla Jazmin Oceguera
Francisco Javier Sosa Galvez
Perla Guadalupe Vazquez Lopez
Brian Alejandro Zamora-Rodriguez
Que la alegría y la paz de Jesús, presente en la Sagrada Eucaristía, los acompañe hoy y siempre.
¡FELICIDADES!
Para los nombres en el programa de ingles ver la pagina #10
MAY 4, 2014 - THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
PAGE 10
OTHER NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
First Holy Communions
We congratulate all of our First Communicants from our GIFT
Religious Education Program who received their First Holy Communion last Saturday April 26th 2014.
Michael Joseph Aed, Jr
Carly Alayna Amaro
Kevin Justyn Caceres Asay
Rianon Hayden Baker
Gabriel Aaron Bustos
Mateo Sebastian Calderon
Adrian Enrique Camacho
Yaretzi Camacho Soria
Miyah Carrillo
Isaac Ochoa
Mario John Paul Casados
Estephania Elizabeth Casalino
Eva Teresa Castillo
Alexis Miracle Cedeño
Tristen Eric Cedeño
Arrett Rodrigo Ceja
Nevaeh Adelaide Christison
Stacy Cota Rubio
Alva Marissa Covarrubias
Madison Elise Cutshall
Quinten Del Rosario
Alina Marie Diaz
Sebastian Paul Dinis
Matthew Sean Modejar Echavez
Andrew Escobar
Nicolas Escobar
Caitlyn Marie Espinosa
Isaac Antonio Espinosa
Juan Antonio Espinosa, Jr
Ryan Thomas Esqueda
Thomas Nicolas Esqueda
Jaslynne Mae Condaya Esteban
Marissa Emily Estrada
Rossalyn Maria Estrada
Jessica Tineke Farley
Cassidy Rose Faust
Adan Flores
Clarissa Yareli Flores
Ethan Isaiah Flores
Gavin Isaac Flores
Nicholas Luis Flores
Patrick Flores
Rosine Claudette Florez
Christopher Michael Cassou Garcia
Jonathan Matthew Rodriguez
Garcia
Diana Paulina Gomez Olivarez
Fernanda Sofia Gomez
Daniel Gonzalez, Jr.
Dominic Rudy Gonzalez
Carson Zita Victoria Harris
Carson Joseph Haslam
Isabella Janette Herrera
Isaiah Matthew Herrera
Annie Shae Hinds
Andrew Armando Ignorosa
Brandon Issack Ignorosa Bautista
Isaiah Jose Juarez
Fiona Erin Higgs Kelley
Rebecca Catherine Lima
Joshua Emmanuel Martinez
Gabriel Hugo Mejia
Kathryn Ann Mergy
Ocean Paul Montero
Summer Rose Nishihara
Isabel Izani Nolasco
Frank Pantoya IV
Aaron Christopher Parayno
Arianah Natalee Perez
Grace Elizabeth Persons
Issac Jordan Pinedo
Dennise Alyssa Plascencia
Alexander Sebastian Ramirez
Allison Kristine Ramos
Anthony Mathan Ramos
Christian Michael Ramos
Steven Karol Ramos Villanueva
Gregorio Andres Rodriguez
Makayla Dreanne Rodriguez
Marissa Isabelle Rodriguez
Angel Salazar
Stacey Salazar
Stephany Salazar
Desiree Monique Sanchez
Nicholas David Shikaloff
Savannah Alexis Smith
Hannah Lisa Solis
Jonathan Ralph Steer Jr.
Dolan Dikran Jeter Torossian
Kalista Berlynn Trejo
Sinjin Kaiba Tugas
Alyssa Kayla Valero
Jocelyn Caitlyn Valero
Rosa Isela Valverde
Marco Antonio Valverde, Jr
Marco Alejandro Vega
Pablo Alonzo Vega
Adriana Jennifer Wood
George Ross Woolf
Robert Thomas Woolf
Karla Patricia Zalapa
Jr High EDGE
Jovanny Alexander Cedeño
High School
Veronica Nathali Flores
Destinie Vera Marie Quintana
Michael Anthony Vega
May the joy and peace of Jesus, present in the Holy Eucharist be
with you today and always. CONGRATULATIONS!
Para los nombres en el programa en español ver la pagina #9
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