May 15, 2016 - St. Norbert Catholic Church



May 15, 2016 - St. Norbert Catholic Church
May 15, 2016 | Pentecost Sunday
Receive the Holy Spirit
Whose sins you forgive
are forgiven them,
and whose sins you retain
are retained.
~John 20:22-23
300 East Ta Avenue • Orange, CA 92865
Telephone: (714) 637-4360 • Fax: (714) 637-4311
Rev. Patrick Rudolph, Pastor
Rev. Fredy Mancilla, Parochial Vicar
Rev. John Duy Nguyen, Parochial Vicar
Rev. Antonio Zapata, In Residence
Deacon Dave Blake
Deacon Joseph Esparza
Deacon Juan Espinoza
Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.,
12 noon, 2 p.m. (Spanish), 5:30 p.m.
and 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Monday - Friday: 6:15 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
(Sunday Vigil)
Holy Days of Obliga on: as announced
Ahl Agus n, Chris an Service
Irene Ahedo, Office Manager
Joseph Ciccoianni, Principal, St. Norbert
Catholic School
Charlene Dumitru, Adult Faith Forma on
John Erhard, Music Ministry
Carmen Estrada, Hispanic Ministry
Amy Glenane, Parish Life
Janine Kilgore, Liturgical Ministries
Kirsten King, Youth Faith Forma on &
Confirma on
Maria Mar nez, Business Manager
Robin Mayes, School of Religious Educa on
Saturday: 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
First Friday of each month: 9:30 a.m.
to 10:30 a.m.
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
First Friday of each month beginning at 9 a.m.
and concluding at 8 a.m. on Saturday with
Benedic on.
Please call the Parish Office for informa on
and to schedule Bap sm Prepara on.
Programs are available in English or in Spanish.
Please call the Parish Office for informa on.
Six months advance no ce is required.
Marriage Prepara on is available in English or
in Spanish.
Kindly call the Parish Office to make
At the me of death, kindly call the Parish
Office for assistance in making arrangements.
St. Norbert Parish is a dynamic community of disciples of Jesus Christ striving
to continue His ministries of prayer, love and service.
Pentecost Sunday
New Pastoral Assignments Announced
Jubilee Year of Mercy
On July 1, we will welcome Fr. Bruce Pa erson as our new pastor. Fr. Bruce comes to us
from St. Kilian Parish in Mission Viejo, where Fr. Pat has been assigned as pastor.
Announcing the Jubilee Year of Mercy,
Pope Francis challenged us to proclaim
God’s mercy “to everyone without
excep on . . . again and again, with new
enthusiasm and renewed pastoral
ac on” (Misericordiae Vultus, 12).
Pentecost proclaims that the door locked
for fi y days is thrown open at last. No
longer closed in on itself, the community
speaks to crowds from different
backgrounds, distant lands, exo c
languages. Everyone hears their na ve
language. The Spirit does not restore
Babel’s uniformity, but forges unity-indiversity of language, race, na onality—
embracing all without excep on. During
this Jubilee Year of Mercy, Pentecost’s
Spirit summons us afresh from mediocrity
and isola on to share God’s mercy with
the world. “This is our mission!” Francis
exclaims. We are “given the gi of the
‘tongue’ of the Gospel and the ‘fire’ of the
Holy Spirit, so that while we proclaim
Jesus risen, living and present in our
midst, we may warm . . . the heart of the
peoples, drawing near to Him, the way,
the truth, and the life” (Regina Coeli
address, Pentecost Sunday, May 24,
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
Senior Luncheon
Thursday, May 19
Nutri on plays a cri cal role in the health of older adults. If you
are interested in learning whether you or a loved one are at
nutri onal risk and what changes you can make to improve your
nutri onal health, please join us at the next Parish Nurse Program
Senior Luncheon on Thursday, May 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
in the Family & Youth Center. Guest speaker Lisa Gibson, MS,
RDN, will lead a presenta on tled Are You at Nutri onal Risk and What to do About It.
Lisa is a registered die cian and the Nutri on Director of Age Well Senior Services. A
delicious catered lunch will be provided to all in a endance. There is no cost for this
event. Please R.S.V.P. to Ann Bilash, RN at (714) 637-4360 x128 by Monday, May 16. We
are unable to accept R.S.V.P.s a er this date.
Informative Sessions - All Parishioners Welcome!
Wills & Trusts Week
May 16—21
Take steps to protect those you love with a new or updated estate
plan. Through proper planning, the legacy of love and care that you
leave for your family and friends can be encouraging and even
The Orange Catholic Foundation (OCF) is holding Wills & Trusts presentations throughout
the Diocese this week, the most local at the Christ Cathedral Campus on Friday, May 20,
from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Please refer to the flyer on the back page of the bulletin for
additional locations and times.
Enjoy the Convenience of Online Giving
St. Norbert wants to remind you that we offer electronic giving as a way to automate your
regular weekly offering. Giving online is easy, secure, and allows you to set up automa c
recurring contribu ons and view your complete online giving history from anywhere you
have access to the Internet.
Our electronic giving program offers convenience for you and provides much-needed
dona on consistency for our parish. Contribu ons can be debited automa cally from your
checking or savings account or processed using your credit or debit card.
You can go to at any me to set up an automa c dona on plan,
change your dona on plan, make a one- me dona on or view your online dona on
history. Thank you for suppor ng the financial needs of St. Norbert Church!
Weekly Parish Offering
Thank you for your con nuing support of St. Norbert Parish. For the fiscal year July 1,
2015, to June 30, 2016, our parish budget calls for $26,850 to be donated weekly at the
Sunday collec on. The collec on for Sunday, May 8, totaled $26,109.14. These
collec ons are not only for opera ng expenses each week, but also for any ongoing repair
work, upgrades, etc. to our parish facility. Your regular dona ons are needed for the good
of St. Norbert Parish and the spread of the Gospel.
Parish Life
Liturgical Ministry Schedules
Schedules for EMs (church and Home Route), lectors and altar
servers for July-August-September will be created in mid-June
Please log in to your MSP account and fill in your availability for
these months no later than Friday, May 20. Extraordinary
Ministers without computer access, please call Janine Kilgore at
(714) 637-4360 x110, no later than Friday, May 20.
Alay Kay Maria
Floral Offering to Mary...a yearly event
by the St. Norbert Filipino Community
On Friday May 20, the Filipino Community of
St. Norbert Church will celebrate their fourth
Alay Kay Maria (Offering to Mary). The
celebra on will begin at 4 p.m. with floral
offerings to Mary by children. The offering
will be followed by the praying of the Rosary
to be lead by the children themselves, and then Mass. A er the
Mass everybody is invited for fellowship, dinner and opportunity
drawing in the Ministry Center Hall.
This celebra on is a tradi on in the Philippines. Everyday during
the month of May parents bring their children to church to offer
flowers to Mary while they sing the tradi onal offering song Dios
de Salve Maria.
If you would like your children to join in the offering of flowers,
please be at the church entrance by 4 p.m. with flowers. If you are
not able to bring flowers, the Filipino Group will provide some.
Have you visited our parish website lately?
It’s at the same old URL ( with a whole
new look! We hope you take some me to explore our dynamic
new bilingual site, where you can find the latest informa on on:
 Easy, secure online giving
 Online parish registra on
 Upcoming events calendar
 Links to Youth Faith Forma on and St. Norbert Catholic
 Informa on on upcoming parish funerals
 Photo albums of recent parish ac vi es
 Links to other Catholic websites for prayer, inspira on,
informa on, legisla on, and much more
 Links to Liturgical Ministry schedules
 Current and past bulle ns
 Comprehensive informa on on all parish ministries
Informa on is added and updated frequently. If you have any
ques ons, sugges ons or correc ons for our website, please don’t
hesitate to get in touch with our webmaster at
stnorbertbulle [email protected]
Parishes in Collaboration
On the weekend of May 21-22, all people
of the Diocese of Orange will have the
opportunity to donate to the Parishes in
Collabora on Collec on. This collec on is
for the purpose of assis ng parishes in the
Diocese of Orange that exhibit ongoing
needs that cannot be paid for by their
ordinary income and have urgent needs (such as repairs and
All money donated to this collec on is put into a restricted fund
that will be administered by a group consis ng of laity and clergy
of the diocese. Parishes with needs as stated above will apply for
grants from this fund to be used for their specific needs. Most
recently the commi ee has focused the grants to safety issues
including emergency electrical and plumbing repairs.
By par cipa ng in the Parishes in Collabora on Collec on, all
people of the Diocese of Orange are helping one another support
the works of our parishes that struggle financially. Thank you for
your generosity.
Unique Boutique this
Be sure to stop by the Ministry Center
a er Mass this weekend for the Unique
Bou que, featuring hand-cra ed items
made by the loving hands of our Sewing
Circle Ministry ladies. All proceeds will benefit Chris an Service’s
outreach to families in need in our community.
Your dona ons of clean fabrics, bu ons, trim, fiberfill, etc. are
welcome. For more informa on on the Sewing Circle Ministry,
please contact Ellen Riopel at (714) 488-3207 or
[email protected]
Deacon Joe & Barbara Esparza
Married 45 years on May 1, 2016
Albert & Patricia Moreno
Married 15 years on May 12, 2016
Gilberto y Karina Limón
Married 5 years on May 15, 2016
Youth & Teen Ministries
School of Religious Education
Thank you, parents, for your con nued support of your children’s
faith journey. Please con nue to go to Mass throughout the
summer break, and pray for faith-filled teachers to volunteer for
next year.
SRE Registration for 2016-2017
Registra on informa on packets are now available in the SRE
Office, Ministry Center Office, and online on the St. Norbert Parish
St. Norbert Catholic School
Thank you, thank you,
thank you!
We enjoyed a wonderful event this
weekend at the St. Norbert Golden
Gala Auc on! We offer our hear elt
thanks to our donors, a endees,
volunteers and supporters of all kinds
who made this a fabulous evening
suppor ng our parish school!
Now Enrolling
Youth Ministry & Confirmation
Congratula ons to our 106 newly
Confirmed teens and those who also
received their First Holy Communion! It’s
been an honor to journey with you for
these two years.
Confirmation 1
Re-Registration Event
Tuesday, May 17
All Confirma on 1 teens entering their second year of
Confirma on prepara on should have received the re-registra on
packets in the mail. All teens and a parent are required to come to
re-register for the second year at our final C1 event of the year.
Please bring your completed packet and payment to the Family &
Youth Center Gym between 6 and 8 p.m. This is only for
Vision Leadership Team
Wednesday, May 18, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Help us prepare for the Kick-off Welcome Night for new incoming
Vision teens.
Junior High Ministry
Registra on for Junior High 2016-2017 begins on Wednesday,
June 1. Call April with ques ons at (714) 637-4360 x215.
St. Norbert Catholic School con nues to
accept applica ons for limited space in
our school for the 2016-17 school year.
If you are interested in enrolling your
child at our parish school, please stop by
our school office to pick up registra on
materials, or call us at 714/637-6822.
Children enrolling in kindergarten must be 5 years old by
September 1, 2016. To learn more about our parish school, or
take a tour of the campus, please contact Pa y Bornhop at (714)
637-6822 x204 or [email protected]
More Parish Life
Prayer & Meditation with
We welcome you to join us on Tuesday
evening, May 17, when we will reflect on
the upcoming Sunday Scripture readings in
the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at 7:30 p.m. This weekly hour of
prayer me u lizes varying prayer forms each week, including
Lec o Divina, centering prayer, prayer of remembrance, Taizé
prayer and Igna an medita on. It is a me to meet with others in
quiet and peace away from the busyness and noise of the world.
You are all most welcome!
Congratula ons to our Junior High students who received
First Eucharist on May 1.
Faith Formation & Enrichment
Adult Confirmation
Congratula ons to the adults who are celebra ng the sacrament of
Confirma on at the noon Mass today:
Lillian Barrera, Juan Carlos Bonilla, Belle Brunner, Aerie De La Cruz,
Lorenzo Fuentes, Rodolfo Gamboa, Karla Mar nez, Kevin Mar nez,
Oscar Menbreno, Rachel Messina, Yimy Miranda, Ada Monzon,
Jesus Cirilo Morin Carissa Moses, Erica Muriel. Francisca Navarro,
Alma Pantaleon, Hector Rodriguez, Lesly Romero, Nelly Romero,
Estafani Sanchez, Adrian Valdez, Mar n Vargas, Jose Velasquez,
German Villa.
Receiving First Eucharist today day are: Le cia Aldana, and
Francisco Villasaldo, as well as six of the Confirmandi listed above.
Please keep them all in your prayers as they receive the Gi s of the
Holy Spirit.
Our Inquiry group on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. will con nue to
explore their ques ons about the Church and reflect on the weekly
Anyone desiring to become a Catholic is welcome to begin the Inquiry
Process on Thursday evenings at 7:30. Inquiry sessions are available
year-round, except for holidays, and new participants are welcome at
any time. Whether you have decided to become a Catholic, wish to
learn more about the Church, or just have questions that you would
like to discuss, we encourage you to join us. There is no obligation at
this stage of the RCIA process, but for those who desire to continue to
the reception of sacraments, the process usually takes a minimum of
one year. Anyone wishing Baptism or Reception into the Church by
Easter 2017 should begin immediately.
Easter People – Those who Knew Jesus
This Wednesday evening, May 18, we will conclude with the final
section of a 7 week DVD and discussion series on the various persons
found in the Passion and Resurrection Narratives. This week’s talks
will be on Jesus as an historical person, and as the Christ of Faith. We
meet in the Ministry Center Library at 7:30 p.m.
What was happening in the Seventh
From the fourth to the seventh centuries, the Church in Western
Europe had been dealing with invasions from barbarian tribes and
armies from the north, northeast and south. Repeatedly, Visigoths,
Osthogoths, Vandals, Vikings, and others had invaded established
Chris an territories. Even when land was forfeited to the invaders,
a empts were made to Chris anize as many of the invaders as
possible, o en with significant success.
In the seventh century a new threat of invasion was about to take
place, one not so open to Chris an Conversion. Mohammed had
been born in what is now Saudi Arabia in 570 in or near Mecca. His
parents died when he was a young child, and he was raised by an
uncle. As a young man, Mohammed became a merchant and
traveled along merchant routes, during which me, Mohammed
encountered and learned about both Judaism and Chris anity and
found elements in both which appealed to him. The tribal system in
Arabia at that me followed a variety of polytheis c religions,
although there were some concepts of a single God, none of these
had developed into an organized religion. It was par cularly the
unswerving allegiance to monotheism in Judaism and Chris anity
that appealed to Mohammed.
Being of a mys cal nature, Mohammed would o en spend me in
secluded and isolated places, such as a cave, where he would
meditate and seek the truth about God. In his for es, he claimed to
have received a series of revela ons from God, delivered to him by
the Angel Gabriel. These experiences began on December 22, 609
when Mohammed was 40 and con nued un l his death in 632.
These revela ons which contained segments from both the Old and
New Testaments some mes reinterpreted, beginning with
revela ons given to Adam and working through the genera ons to
Mohammed himself. Unlike the Hebrew Scriptures which follow the
lineage of Abraham’s son Isaac, the revela ons place the lineage of
God’s covenant through Abraham’s other son, Ismael. The
collec on of these revela ons is called the Quran, which means
simply, “the Recita on.”
The person of Jesus is included in the revela ons of the Quran,
though he is considered a great prophet, but less than Mohammed,
and not as the Divine Son of God. The Quran acknowledges the
Ascension of Jesus as many of the prophets, Moses, Elijah, and
Mohammed were also said to have ascended, but it does not
accept Jesus death or resurrec on. Mary is men oned more o en
in the Quran than she is in the New Testament, and is highly
honored as are the mothers of all prophets.
From these revela ons, Mohammed began to formulate a religion
based on an immutable will of God to whom all must submit. The
religion was called Islam, a word which meant surrender. The
doctrines of the religion were not nearly as complex as those of
Chris anity and appealed to the wild tribesmen of the area,
replacing the tribal religions with Islam. It was believed that all
persons should submit to God through Islam either by choice, or, if
necessary by force of arms.
The converted Arab tribes joined together into a powerful military
force. The mixture of religion and military ac on was exhilara ng,
and the armies of Islam began to march across the Near East. By
635 Damascus had fallen to Islamic forces, followed by Jerusalem in
637 and Egypt in 641. Not only was land lost, but many Jews and
Chris ans were forced to convert to Islam or face death. Between
674 and 678, Constan nople was besieged, but the armies fought
back so strongly that the Arab forces turned away and
Constan nople remained one of the great centers of Christendom.
But Islamic armies con nued to march across North Africa and by
711 had entered Spain and moved throughout the Iberian
Peninsula headed north un l they had crossed the Pyrenees into
France. There they were stopped in Tours by Charles Martel and
forced to retreat back to Spain, where Islam remained in control for
the next seven hundred years.
And, so, the history of the Church con nues.
Ministerio Hispano
Domingo de Pentecostés
Anuncio de Nuevas Asignaciones Pastorales
Año Jubilar de la Misericordia
El 1 de julio, daremos la bienvenida al padre Bruce Pa erson como nuestro nuevo
pastor. El padre Bruce viene de la Parroquia de San Kilian en Mission Viejo, donde el padre
Pat ha sido asignado como pastor.
Al anunciar el Año Jubilar de la
Misericordia el Papa Francisco nos desa a
a proclamar la misericordia de Dios “a
todos, sin excluir ninguno . . . una vez más
con nuevo entusiasmo y con una
renovada acción pastoral” Misericordiae
Vultus, 12). Pentecostés proclama que la
puerta cerrada por cincuenta días
finalmente se abre. No más encierro en sí
misma, la comunidad habla a las
mul tudes con diferentes orígenes, de
erras lejanas, exó cos lugares. Cada uno
los escucha en sus leguas na vas. El
Espíritu no restaura la uniformidad de
Babel, pero fragua la unidad en la
diversidad del idioma, de la raza, de la
nacionalidad, incluyendo a todos sin
excepción. Durante este Año Jubilar de la
Misericordia, el Espíritu de Pentecostés
nos convoca de nuevo desde la
mediocridad y la soledad para compar r
la misericordia de Dios con el mundo.
“¡Esta es nuestra misión!” lo dice el Papa
Francisco. “Se nos dio el don del ‘idioma’
del Evangelio y el ‘fuego’ del Espíritu
Santo, para proclamar a Jesús resucitado,
vivo y presente en medio de nosotros y
para alentar los corazones de las
personas, acercándolas a Jesús, el
Camino, la Verdad y la Vida” (Rezo del
Regina Coeli, Domingo de Pentecostés, 24
de mayo de 2015).
—Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co., Inc.
Retiro de Iniciación
Este mes de mayo, aquí en nuestra parroquia de San Norberto, el Grupo de Oración y
Renovación Carismá ca Ven y Sígueme, estará llevando a cabo su re ro de iniciación para
mayores de 18 años de edad.
Fecha: 21 y 22 de mayo
Horario: Sábado de 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Domingo de 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Donación: $20.00 por persona
Para más información pueden comunicarse con Pablo al (714) 472-0043, Antonio al (714)
499-5548, o Tita al (714) 244-8665.
Hacer el Ministerio de Duelo más Significativo
La Oficina de Cuidado Pastoral les Invita a que asistan a su presentación en español de
Hacer el Ministerio de Duelo Más Significa vo, el miércoles 18 de mayo, de 6:30 p.m. a 9
p.m. en la Iglesia de St. Jus n Martyr, 2050 West Ball Road, en Anaheim.
Temas presentados por Ernesto Zamora: revitalizar su sen do del cuidado espiritual,
descubrir la importancia de estar presente, adquirir un renovado sen do de la
importancia del ritual funerario, entender el papel de la comunidad en duelo y de cómo
incluir a las familias en la planificación, y revisar la nueva Guía de Funerales Católicos y
Palabras de Conmemoración.
Favor de confirmar su asistencia con Becky Lomaka por correo electrónico a
[email protected] o por teléfono al (949) 581-4300. Se servirá un
Misa por el Bienestar y la Esperanza—
Caminando con familias y personas que desean abrazar la
esperanza de Dios
En honor al Mes de la Salud Mental, acompáñenos a nuestra Misa Diocesana por el
Bienestar y la Esperanza, el lunes 23 de mayo, a las 7 p.m. en el Arboretum de la
Catedral de Cristo. El Obispo Kevin Vann será el celebrante principal. La Catedral de Cristo
se encuentra en 13280 Chapman Avenue, en Garden Grove. Para confirmar su asistencia o
para más información por favor llame al (714) 282-6001.‘
Ofrenda Semanal Parroquial
Agradecemos su apoyo con nuo a San Norberto para el año fiscal de julio 1, 2015 a junio
30, 2016. Sus donaciones dominicales aportan al presupuesto que nuestra parroquia
necesita para cubrir los gastos el cual es de $26,850. La colecta del domingo pasado 8 de
mayo, fue $26,109.14. Se necesita de su donación semanal para el bienestar de nuestra
parroquia y para la promoción del Evangelio.
La parroquia de San Norberto es una comunidad
dinámica de discípulos de Jesucristo
que se esfuerza por continuar
sus ministerios de oración, amor y servicio.
Ministerio Hispano
Colecta de Parroquias en
El fin de semana del 21 y 22 de mayo, todas las
personas de la Diócesis de Orange tendrán la
oportunidad de donar a la Colecta de
Parroquias en Colaboración. Esta colecta ene
el fin de ayudar a las parroquias de la Diócesis de Orange que
presentan necesidades que no pueden ser cubiertas por sus
ingresos ordinarios y enen necesidades urgentes (como
reparaciones y mantenimiento). Todo el dinero recaudado de esta
colecta se pone en un fondo restringido que será administrado
por un grupo de laicos y clero de la Diócesis.
Sacramento del Matrimonio y Bodas
Ya sea que deseen celebrar su boda individual o comunitaria les
hacemos una cordial invitación a los novios que desean casarse
por la Iglesia y también a aquellas parejas que tengan más de dos
años viviendo juntos, o que sólo estén casados por el civil, a que
bendigan su unión. El Grupo de Preparación Matrimonial les invita
a tomar las próximas charlas Pre-Matrimoniales el 24, 25 y 26 de
junio. Para más información comuníquense con Juan Diego
Noreña al (714) 932-6350 ó Arnulfo Soto al (714) 478-3026.
Inscripciones 2016-2017
Empezamos las inscripciones para el programa de Formación en la
Fe, los próximos sábados 21 y 28 de mayo, en el pa o de la
escuela, de las 10 a.m. hasta las 2 p.m., y durante la semana de
lunes a viernes, de 10 a.m. hasta las 6 p.m. Favor de traer la copia
de la Fe de Bau zo por cada niño que va a inscribir. Agradecemos
su cooperación y comprensión. Para más información llamar al
(714)637-4360 x105 o 106 preguntar por Carmen o Araceli.
Colecta de Comida de Servicio
Cristiano para el Mes de Mayo
Este mes estamos colectando cajas de puré de
papa de 16 oz. de cualquier marca. Por favor
dejen sus donaciones en los contenedores que
estarán en el ves bulo de la Iglesia el domingo
15 de mayo, día de Taco Sunday, o en el Centro
de Ministerios a cualquier hora durante el mes.
Muchas gracias por ayudarnos a alimentar a
aquellos en necesidad.
¡Ven, Espiritu
Espiritu Santo!
Horario de Oficina del Ministerio Hispano
Para obtener información sobre sacramentos, quinceañeras, y/o
bau zos, hemos cambiado el horario de la oficina; Araceli
Rodríguez les atenderá de lunes a viernes, de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m., y
Carmen Estrada de martes a viernes toda la tarde. Los sábados:
Carmen, Araceli y Sami les atenderán de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m.
Parish Calendar
May 15, 2016 ~ May 21, 2016
Sunday, May 15
Unique Bou que
9:00 a.m. Children’s Liturgy of the Word
12:00 p.m. Adult Confirma on
3:15 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia
Monday, May 16
9:00 a.m. Divine Mercy Prayer Group
9:15 a.m. A Biblical Walk Through the Mass
9:30 a.m. Mothers Group Park Day off-site
7:00 p.m. Lady Knights
7:00 p.m. Estudio Bíblico para Grupo de Oración
Tuesday, May 17
6:00 p.m. Confirma on 1 Event & Re-Registra on
6:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus
7:30 p.m. RICA
7:30 p.m. Praying with Scripture
Wednesday, May 18
6:00 p.m. Vision Prep Mee ng
7:30 p.m. AFF: Easter People
7:45 p.m. Grupo de la Divina Misericordia
7:45 p.m. Jóvenes para Cristo Formación de Discípulos
Thursday, May 19
11:30 a.m. Parish Nurse Luncheon for Seniors
7:00 p.m. Grupo de Oración
7:30 p.m. RCIA
Friday, May 20
5:00 p.m. Alay Kay Maria (Filipino Ministry)
6:30 p.m. Preparación Prebau smales 1
7:00 p.m. Jóvenes Para Cristo
7:00 p.m. Estudio Bíblico para Niños
7:00 p.m. Adolescentes
7:30 p.m. Mothers Group Faith & Fellowship off-site
Saturday, May 21
8:00 a.m. Re ro: Ven y Sígueme
8:30 a.m. VBS Prep Day
10:00 a.m. Bap sms
10:00 a.m. Inscripciones para Formación en la Fe
10:00 a.m. Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL)
10:00 a.m. Preparación para la Ciudadanía
3:30 p.m. Confessions
Community Life & Groups
Join our Childcare Co-Op
St. Norbert has expanded our Childcare Co-Op
during Sunday morning Masses. In addition to
our long-standing 9 a.m. Co-Op, we now offer
childcare during the 10:30 a.m. Sunday liturgies.
The Co-Op is available for children ages 9 months
to 4 years old, and parents are asked to serve
quarterly. Families who are interested in utilizing
this service are welcome to stop by the Childcare Center after the 9 or
10:30 Masses any Sunday, or by contacting Yazmin Cameron at
[email protected] or (714) 393-7633.
Mothers Group
Come connect with other Catholic
moms! We are a diverse group of
women gathering together for mutual
support, fellowship, service and love.
We welcome you to join us at our
upcoming events.
Here’s what we have planned in May:
Monday, May 16: Park Day at 9:30 a.m. Call for location
Friday, May 20: Faith & Fellowship at 7 p.m. Off-site
For ques ons please contact Penny Kim at [email protected]
or (714) 310-8158 x129.
May Christian Service Food
This month we’re collec ng 16 oz. boxes of mashed
potatoes, any brand. Kindly leave your dona ons in
the bins in the ves bule on Taco Sunday, May 15,
or in the Ministry Center any me during the
month. Thank you for your con nued assistance in
helping us feed those who are hungry.
Wedding Anniversary
Are you celebra ng a 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35,
40, 45, 50, 55 or 60th Wedding Anniversary
this year? Please let us know! We’d like to
applaud you and celebrate with you by
publishing your good news in our parish
bulle n.
Names: _____________________________________________
Anniversary Date: _________________ Years Married: _______
Phone Number:_______________________________________
Please turn in to the Ministry Center
no later than 12 noon on the Monday before publica on.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to space limita ons, only anniversaries that
Pray for the sick . . .
Pa e Albrecht
Jane e Alcaron
José Arzaga
Giovanni Camponovo
Adriana Castro
Jerry Cebula
Martha Centellas
Olga Centellas
Carolyn Damon
Juan Carlos Díaz
Adriana Flores
Kika de la Garza
Faraj Joubran
Mark Losi
Dan Lucas
Andrea Marmi
Brenda Oswald
Ana Perez
Patricia Pope
Antonia Sanchez
Timothy Taylor
Ma hew Vega
. . . and for those who have died.
Baby Adan Samuel Sanchez
Dean Waasted
Mass Intentions
Saturday, May 14, 2016
5:00 p.m. + Phil Rudolph
Sunday, May 15, 2016
7:30 a.m. + Juliana Cruz
9:00 a.m.
Nolan Butler
10:30 a.m. Mother’s Day Novena
12:00 p.m. + Michael-John Rzeznik
2:00 p.m.
Gilberto & Karina Limón
5:30 p.m. + Guillermo Mirabueno
7:00 p.m. + Alfredo Ruiz
Monday, May 16, 2016
6:15 a.m.
Mary Garson Amrhein
8:30 a.m.
Mother’s Day Novena
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Mark Pernell
8:30 a.m.
Alice Pinne e
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Isabel Baccud
8:30 a.m. + Be y Bick
7:00 p.m.
Por Las Animas del Purgatorio
Thursday, May 19, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Edward Loritz
8:30 a.m. + Lina Cooper
Friday, May 20, 2016
6:15 a.m. + Robert Renaud
8:30 a.m. + Amanda Mackin
Saturday, May 21, 2016
8:30 a.m.
Luis Ángel Cortés
Our Parish & Beyond
Foster Care & Adoption Forum
The Office of Pastoral Care for Families in All Stages will host a
Forum on Foster Care & Adop on on Tuesday, May 17, from 7 to
9 p.m. in the 4th Floor Theater of the Orange Diocesan Pastoral
Center at Christ Cathedral. Agenda: The reality of Foster Care in
Orange County (stats and stories), a brief summary of the various
processes, how churches and organiza ons have made a
difference, and ways we can assist in the future. Please RSVP to
Esther Ramirez at [email protected], or at (714) 282-6001.
Rosary Academy Summer
Rosary Academy is hos ng a 2016 Summer
Camp open to girls and boys in 4th through 8th
grades. Camps will run each week star ng June
20. Students may choose one or more courses.
Please note: Loca on has
been changed!
All Catholic women of the Diocese
are encouraged to a end!
Orange Diocesan Council
of Catholic Women
General Meeting
Tuesday, May 17
Please join with other Catholic
women from the Diocese of Orange
at Holy Spirit for our ODCCW mee ng and May Crowning of the
Blessed Mother. Please bring flowers and your favorite statue of Mary.
Registra on begins at 8:30 a.m.; the mee ng begins at 9 a.m. and
concludes at 1 p.m. $15 dona on includes Con nental breakfast
and lunch.
Courses offered: Anima on, Filmmaking, Photography, Graphic
Design, Crea ve Wri ng, and Math.
To RSVP, please contact Pat Mar n at (714) 892-5219, (714) 8660633, or jimandpatmar [email protected]
Summer Youth Sports Camps include: Basketball, Track & Field,
So ball, Water Polo, Soccer, Tennis, and Volleyball.
Holy Spirit Church is located at 17270 Ward Street in Fountain Valley.
For more informa on and to register, please visit:
Hope for Wellness Mass—
Walking with Families & Individuals who
Desire God’s Hope
Are you being called to Mission Service?
Lay Mission Helpers and Mission Doctors Associa on are hos ng
an Informa on Day: Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
the Diocese of Orange Pastoral Center (Room 1E) on the Christ
Cathedral Campus. If you are at all interested in long-term
overseas mission service and would like to find out more about
LMH and MDA, please join us! Also, visit www.laymission and For any ques ons
contact our Mission Office at (714) 282-3030 or
missionoffi[email protected]
Christ Cathedral Drama Series
The Christ Cathedral Drama series is excited to announce our
2016/17 season. A er an incredible inaugural year that welcomed
more than 6,000 people to the Freed Theater at Christ Cathedral,
a new show will be added in honor of our Holy Father Francis. A
live drama depic ng the life and ministry of St. Francis of Assisi
has been added to the upcoming 2016/17 season. We are also
offering a discounted season pass (25 percent off).
Season Schedule:
 Faus na: Messenger of Divine Mercy: August 21 – August
23, 2016
 Saint Francis: September 30 – October 2, 2016
 Thérèse: The Story of a Soul: January 27 – January 29, 2017
 Vianney: April 7 – April 9, 2017
Tickets for the season or individual performances can be
purchased at h p://www.stlukeproduc, or
by calling (714) 282-3045.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, join us for our
diocesan Hope for Wellness Mass on Monday, May 23, at 7 p.m. in
the Arboretum at Christ Cathedral. Bishop Kevin Vann will be the
principal celebrant. Christ Cathedral is located at 13280 Chapman
Avenue in Garden Grove. To RSVP or for more informa on please
call (714) 282-6001.
A Lifeline for Troubled Marriage
Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vī) helps couples
through difficult mes in their marriages. It is
designed to provide tools to help get your marriage
back on track. You will have the opportunity to
rediscover each other and examine your lives
together in a new and posi ve way. This program
has helped tens of thousands of couples
experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including
disillusionment and deep misery. For confiden al informa on or
to register for the May program beginning with a weekend on
Friday, May 20, call (714) 306-6469 or e-mail: [email protected] or visit the web site at
Thanks to all who are suppor ng the
Family & Youth Center
through the Pastoral Services Appeal
or gi s directed to the Building Fund.
PSA 2016 Donors
as of May 3, 2016
Gracias a todos los que han apoyado al
Centro Familiar y Juvenil, a través de la Campaña para
los Servicios Pastorales, o mediante donaciones directas
a la cuenta del inmueble.
Corazon Abitan
Ronald & Deborah Accornero
Barry & Jane Acton
Rogelia Adame
Gerardo & Yesenia Aguayo
Margaret Aguilar
Maria Elvira Aguilar
Miguel Aguilar
Irene Ahedo
Benjamin Alanis & Adalid Calixto
Paul & Claire Alarcon
Juan Carlos Alatorre
German & Elvia Alcantara
Mary Ale
Jose Carlos & Maria Yolanda Alegria
Daniel & Jewell Allen
Gregory & Corrine Allen
Carlos Alvarado
Frances Alvarado
Connie Alvarez
Humberto Alvarez
Roberto & Ruth Anaya
Hazel Anderson
Elaine Andrews
Richard & Carmen Andrews
Glenn Androsko & Donna Oldham
Zenaida Arcos
Riego Ardanaz
Jose & Reyna Arellano
Mary Armstrong
Robert & Carolyn Arnold
Kimberly Arreola
Rodrigo Ayala
Omar & Dolores Azpei a
Anthony Azzopardi
Charles & Judith Azzopardi
Alejandro B & Cipriana
Anthony & Cathy Babiak
Roy & Jodi Bahner
Rebecca Banko
Gary & Kathleen Barbee
Terrance & Elizabeth Barry
Joseph & Arline Barsa
Robert & Carmen Bartle
Nicola & Gloria Bartoloni
Cory & Jeanne Baumann
Wilbert & Marie Baumann
Ramon & Elena Bau sta
Allen & Vernice Bauzon
Rick & Sara Bazant
Jose & Laura Becerra
Len Beckman
San ago & Vera Beltran
Ellen Benefield
Jon & Divia Benne
Robert & Violet Berg
Richard & Dorothy Bernard
Edwin Bick
William Bisaha
Bre & Denise Bi el
John & AnnEda Blache
Maria Elena Blancas
Michael & Sharon Blasi
Nathan & Kathleen Bojorquez
Marc & Deanna Bolton
Rosaida Bon
Isidro Bonilla
Juan Carlos Bonilla & Zenaida Hernández
Maria Bonilla
Andrew & Patricia Bornhop
Kelly & Donna Boulger
Edward & Flory Boykin
Lucino & Carmen Bravo
James & Rosalie Bray
Helen Breitenbach
James Brennan
Debi Brogdon
David & Donna Brooks
John & Jean Broussard
Chris & Shannon Brown
Robert & Michele Brown
Aida Bucago
Emily Bucago
Cheryl Bugg
Steve & Sheena Bui
Bill & Jeanne Bullington
Thomas & Myrna Burinski
Huyen Burkes
Josefina Bustos
Reynaldo & Eileen Cabero
Ramon & Cecilia Cabrera
Alejandro & Elvira Cadena
María Jesús Calderón
Peter & Joyce Camacho
William & Mary Campbell
Larina Canaya
Miguel & Carmen Carbajal
Pedro Cardenas
Timothy & Mary Carey
Timotea Carrera
Joseph & Carol Carri
Ma hew Casanas
Raymond & Colleen Casciari
Anthony & Yvonne Castellana
Joel & Gudelia Cas llo
Robert & Carol Cebula
Raymond & Adelina Ceja
Francisco & Concepcion Centeno
Cecilia Ceron-Rivas
José Luis & Dolores Cervantes
Ray & Debbi Chao
Michael & Kathleen Chauvin
Arturo & Sofia Chávez
Juan & Aurora Chávez
Rene & Mirella Chávez
Vee & Phara Cherdsuriya
Geraldine Cibellis
Ismael & Esmeralda Cisneros
Deborah Clapp
Greg & Kim Clark
Lee Cleary
Terence & Gloria Clingan
Sean & Kellie Colbert
Shawn & Debra Cole
John & Chris na Conley
Walter & Mary Constant
Juan Contreras
Patrick & Michelle Corcoran
Barbara & Robert Corrothers
Peter & Lois Cor
Roger & Maureen Co on
Michael & Mary Jo Cretney
Tom & Cathi Croal
Carmen Cruz
Jesus Gonzalez Cruz
Petra Cruz
Larry & Linda Cucovatz
James & April Cur n
Monte & Yolanda D'Asta
Paul Daly
Joseph & Mariana Darlington
Lorena Davila
Rosalie De Guzmán
Alber na De Jesús
Alfredo De Jesús & Luz María Parraguirre
Dindo & Aerie De La Cruz
Eduardo & Cecilia Deduyo
Eduardo & Hind Del Pilar
Sam DeLeon
Irving & Magda Delgado
Mark & Eileen Deluca
William & Colleen Derham
Gary & Mary Des Rochers
Bruce & Patricia De erich
Paul De erich
Joan Dieball
Robert Diederich
Thomas & Lisa Dobyns
Brian & Carol Dolan
George Dore
Michael & Joan Doyle
Robert & Joan Dubrish
Richard & Frances Dunn
Richard & Marjan Dunn
Nhon & Elli Vu Duong
Guillermo & Magaly Dupleich
James & Charmaine Duquesnel
Allan & Diane Durdella
Tom & Pa Eccles
Gertrude Eckart
Joan Eichinger
Stephen & Grace Engler
John & Marian Erhard
Ángel & Griselda Escalera
José Escobar & Xochilt Alonzo
Margot Espinoza
Rosario & Eulalia Espinoza
Herminia Estes
Jaime & Carmen Estrada
Janet Estrada
Robert & Patricia Estrada
William & Anita Everest
Jean Ewing
Jorge & Rosario Farias
Terrence & Dorothy Farry
William Favreau
Kathleen Felix
Calixto Fermin
Pablo & Alicia Fernandez
Martha Ferrera
José & Marilu Ferreyra
William & Maureen Fe er
Cala na Figueroa
Filipino Community
Elizabeth Finamore
James & Jane Fitz
Lorenzo Flores
María Flores
Nicolas & Virginia Flores
Juan Manuel & Salud Forstall
Teodoro & Cristy Francisco
Jesús & Martha Franco
Joseph & Chris ne Franco
Terry & Constance Frederick
Casiano & Jovita Frez
Ernes na Frías
Michael & Marcia Fris
Luis García
Norma García
James & Patricia Gardner
Janet Gardner
Elizabeth Gates
Felix & Emeline Gaw
Michael Giannini
Margaret Giasolli
Thomas & Bonnie Gilmore
Joseph & Joann Glasman
Liam Glenane
Peter & Amy Glenane
Jason & Sheri Gomez
Le cia Gómez
Gustavo González
Jesús González
Rafael & Angélica González
Rodrigo & Michele González
Victor & Lucina González
Eileen Grabowski
Luis & Denise Gracia
Chris & Deborah Gray
Patrick & Bridget Greaney
Gerald & Dorothy Grimaldi
Nancy Guerriero
Abel & María Urbina Guevara
Susana Gu érrez
Emerio & Rosa Guzmán
Enrique & Maria del Rocio Guzmán
Robert & Patricia Hamilton
Robert & Ramza Hamra, Sr.
Terry Hanna
Philip & Greason Haworth
John & Susan Hayes
Stephen & Juliane Hayward
Donald & Rosemary Heilbrun
Joe Heim
John & Teresa Heim
Lawrence Heim
Mark Hendrickson
Steven & Maria Hepps
Jim & Kelly Herbeck
Michael & Alisandra Herman
Juan & Rosalba Hernandez
Vanessa Hernandez
Teresa Herrera
Thomas & Helen Hill
Maurice Hoffmann
Sco & Kathleen Hogate
Clark & Marilyn Hollingsworth
Kirk Hollingsworth
Catherine Hollis
Lawrence & Jeanne Honikel
Dale & Diane Hovinga
Angelica Huerta
Jim & Anne Hughes
Greg & Mary Hunter
Kathy Hyland
Jack & Theresa Ibbeson
Richard & Connie Ilano
Brenda Jaimes
Gregory & Patricia James
Ángel & Sara Patricia Jiménez
Lisa Johnson
Donald & Eleanor Jordan
Duane & Mary Jorth
Romeo & Maria Theresa Joson
Olga Jurado
Lucille Jus niani
Soo Kang
Victoria Keany
Patricia & Patricia Kelly
Craig Kelsey
Oswald & Zlata Kendler
William & Margaret Kerr
Timothy & Janine Kilgore
Sukbae & Penny Kim
T. Kishi
Thomas & Dorothy Kleinbauer
Frank & Anne e Kohlbeck
Albert & Norma Koob
William & Kay Kroman
Floyd & Dana Kuller
John Kupfer & Marie Todd
Daniel & Linda Kveen
Robert & Cameron LaFont
Phil & Debra Laisure
Karen Land
Pauline Landeros
Leonardo & Cynthia Lanza
Jonathan & Nellie Lara
Gaspare & Josephine LaRosa
Maria Lawmaster
Dino & Hermine Leiva
Edward & Joanne Leukanech
Ruby Leynes
Joseph Li
Anthony & Barbara Liga
Willie & Theresa Lim
Russell & Mary Lou Lindenmuth
Robert & Sally Linnert
Lawrence & Stephanie Li le
Jaime & María López
Richard & Yolanda López
Mario & Alice Losi
Terrence & Debbie Loughran
Efrain & Marisela Luna
Sidney & Laurel Mackin
Rodney & Patricia Magsanide
Victor Mahony
Michael & Carroll Maie a
Edward & Helen Majcher
Tomy & Esabel Makil
Mary Malk
Susan Malouff
Mark & Teresa Mansell
Brian & Staci Manson
Emigdio & Bertha Manzo
Sergio & Rosalia Manzo
Carl Marazzo
LaVerne Maresh
Javier Marin
Juana Márquez
Robert & Lisa Marrujo
Sean & Shana Mar n
Alejandra Mar nez
A lia Mar nez
Fernando Mar nez
Gerardo Mar nez & María Ramos
Samuel & Dianne Mar nez
Pedro Maya
Robert & Susan McCormick
Jimmy & Patricia McDaniel
Cecil & Margarita McFarland, Jr.
Gary & Patricia McKimmey
Michael & Marilyn McNulty
Pat & Tommie McSherry
Maria Mehegan
Merlain & Oralia Mendoza
Raymond & Cecilia Mendoza
James & Nell Meng
Arturo & Victoria Mier
Mary Millan
Glenn & Mary Beth Miller
Ken & Mary Miller
Ronald & Judy Mitchell
Merle Mitra
Carolyn Mojica
Chester & Regina Mojica
Chris na Mojica
Ka e Mojica
Pablo & Evangeline Mojica
Paul Mojica
John & Luella Montesanto
Marlon & Agnes Monzon
Antonio Morales
Graciela Morales
Margarita Morales
David & Theresa Moran
Michael & Jeanne e Morcos
Albert & Patricia Moreno
David & Rosa Mo s
Nicco & Miryam Mouleart
Lindsay Mouzakis
Shaun Kevin Mouzakis
Shaun Mouzakis
Le cia Munda
María Muñoz
Pablo & María Isabel Muñoz
Robert & Janine Murdock
Russell & Mary Murphy
John & Peggy Musico
John & Renee Neglia
Patrick Neild & Monica Fernández-Neild
Irma Nery
Kim-Loan Ngo
Ann Nguyen
Hai Anh Nguyen
Hai & Naomi Nguyen
Hau Duc & Thuha Thi Nguyen
Vinh & Diana Nguyen
Hans & Elizabeth Niederberger
Barbara O'Brien
Daniel & Karen O'Keefe
Aida Ocampo
Guillermo & Emma Ocampo
Thomas Ohta
Rosa Ojeda
Thomas & Delores Oldham
Ben Olia
Juan Olivares & Minerva Porea
Guillermo Olivarez
Peter & Rebecca Or z
Jack & Ann Otley
Michael & Kathleen Packer
Delfina Villa Paez
Felipe Paez
Gerald & Evelyn Pagaduan
Madeleine Pahl
Min Ung & Hwa Sook Pak
David & Beatrice Pastore
Steve & Jennifer Patz
Anthony & Kathleen Pauks s
Fernando Paule
Richard & Barbara Pawsat
Ricardo & Dolores Penaloza
Manuel Peralta
Stephen & Elena Pereira
Isaias & Claudia Pérez
M. Luisa Pérez
Sergio & Araceli Pérez
Robert & Alice Pernell
Hai & Huong Pham
Thuan & Chi Pham
Tien Pham & Anh Nguyen
Guy & Barbara Pine e
Max & Elenor Pinuelas
Fernando & Sandra Po
Thomas & Kathy Polson
Carolyn Polston
Francisco & Vanessa Ponce
Manuel & Elizabeth Porto
Mark & Mary Prather
Sisters Presenta on
Anthony & Mary Provost
Ronald & Maureen Pughe
Louis & Therese Purpura
Richard & Karen Purpura
Gustavo & Sonia Quezada
Victor & Pamela Quirós
Kevin & Patricia Rafferty
Eric & Rachel Ragadio
Ernest & Sharon Rahm
Vito Ramírez
Lucia Teresa Ramos
Carlos & Veronica Ramos
Leonel & Bianca Rangel
Arlyne Reccia
Chris & Nguyet Reilly
Gladys Rennebu
Guillermo & Martha Resendiz
Adriana Reyes
Elvira Reyes
Nemesia Reyes
Estefanee Rhodes
Mary Richardson
Peter & Valerie Ricks
Craig & Mai Riedel
Carlos & Mary Ellen Rivera
Eric Rivera & Rosa Caballero
Dan & Sahra Roberts
Hilario & Olga Robles
Hector & Ana Rodríguez
Rigoberto & Ángeles Rodríguez
Yazmin Rodríguez
Joseph & Mary Jean Ropel
For no Rosas
María Rosas
Bernardo Rosek
Vicente Rosilez & Le cia Aldana
Ronald Rotunda
Ron & Edwina Royse
William & Mary Ruegger
F.C. & Remy Ruiz
José & María Ruiz
Linda Ruth
Bernardo & Elba Ruvalcaba
Corey & Maureen Saenz
Weerachai & Thumavadee Saetae
Don & Carol Safarik
Gus & Anita Sagen
William Sagey
José & M. Isabel Salcedo
Helen Salmond
Geovanni Sanchez
George & Tomasa Sánchez
Ismael & Maria Sánchez
Jorge Sánchez
María Sánchez
Mar n & Josefina Sanchez
Thomas Santa María
Arturo Santablanez & Perla Torreblanca
Margaret Schacht
Lawrence & Marlyn Schima
Rebekah Schloeder
Margaret Scholz
Donald & Joyce Seleska
Richard & Rosario Sells
Terry & Gail Senizaiz
Gregory & Rose Se en
Ron & Elizabeth Severin
Edward & Joyce Seyler
Aus n & Brenda Sharp
Robert & Susan Sheppard
Lawrence & Mary Ellen Signaigo, Jr.
John & Amy Silberstein
Joaquin & Ruth Siles
Allen & Cassandra Silva
Jamie Skipton
Helmut & Carmen Skubacz
Nola Slavik
Edward & Jean Smet
Richard & Lynne e Smith
Anita Solis
John & Arlene Somers
Gregson & Anna Somes
Juan & Mayra Soto
María Elvia Soto
Steven & Joy Stanowicz
Theodore & Doris State
Jennie Stein
Neil & Nancy Stenton
Grant & Kathleen Stephens
Robert Stone
Charles & Michelle Stream
David & Cynthia Stuetzel
Budianto Suhwayudi
Alberto & Cynthia Sumera
Michael & Catherine Svoboda
John & Lisa Swenerton
Robert & Monique Swenson
Kenneth & Vale a Tait
Thomas & Janet Tanner
Elva Tapia
Timothy & Janice Taylor
Todd & Tamara Theodossin
Chris an Tomas
Emma Toohey
Sean & Monica Toohey
Guillarmo Torres
Kevin & Stephanie Trefzger
Richard & Lesta Trollinger
Roselyn Tuerffs
Mark & Margarita Turner
Margo Udare
Clyde & Susan Ujiki
Maria Valdarnas
Hortencia Valdepena
Gian Paolo Valderama
Gino Valderama & Rebekah Schloeder
Victor & Diane Valenzuela
John & Catherine Van Meter
Felix Vazquez
Joel Vázquez
Juan Vázquez & Gellardo Imelda
Jennifer Vega
Albert & Yvonne Verkuylen
Robert & Joan Vicario
Laura Villa
Ronald & Virginia Villaescusa
Ted & Ofelia Villaroman
Bernard & Mary Vitchus
Jill Volkman
Carole Waddell
Barbara Ward
Donald & Cathy Ward
Jackie Warner
Wendy Watkins
Richard & Lorrie Weiland
Juvenal & Guadalupe Wences
Teri We er
Joyce Whitaker
Stephen & Catherine Whitehouse
William & Gillian Wilkinson
Michael & Kristen Wilson
Robert & Ka e Wilson
John & Cherie Witkowski
Steven & Patricia Wright
Robert & Sharon Writer
Ronald Lee Wurm
Richard & Sally Wurth
Eli Yamboa
Gabriela Yanez
Gianpier Yanez
Julio & Joy Yanez
Paulita Yu
Roginelli Yu
Sergio & Maria Zarazúa
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