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Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church Nuestra Señora de la
Our Lady of the Assumption
Catholic Church
Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
4207 Shamrock Drive
Charlotte, NC 28215
Tel: 704-535-9965 Fax: 704-535-3621
Website:http://www.rc.net /charlotte/ola
MASS SCHEDULE
Tuesday (Martes)……………………..9:00 am (English)
Thursday (Jueves)…………………….9:00am (English)
……………. .………………………...7:00 pm( Español)
Saturday Vigil………………………...4:30 pm (English)
Sábado Vigilia………………………..7:00 pm (Español)
Sunday (Domingo)…………………...8:30 am (English)
……………………………………….11:00 am (English)
……………………………………….3:00 pm (Español)
Confession:
1/2 hour before the 4:30pm &
7:00pm Saturday Masses, and 1/2 hour before the 11:00am
Sunday Mass.
Marriages/Matrimonios: In this diocese,
arrangements must be made at least six months prior to your
proposed wedding date. For information, call Deacon
Peter Duca at 704-573-0097.
Los arreglos para matrimonio en esta diócesis, deben hacerse
por lo menos seis meses antes de la fecha de la boda. Para más
información, llame al Diacono Luis Flores 704 777-2711
Baptisms: Baptisms are held every month. Parents who
wish to have their children baptized must be registered active
parishioners for at least 6 months and attend a Baptismal Preparation session. Both parents and sponsors should be present for
this important class. Call the office or Deacon Peter Duca to register. Please make sure your parish registration is up to date. The
next preparation session will be held on Saturday,
October 1, 2016 at 10am.
Clases de Instrucción Para el Bautizo:
Las Clases de Bautizo son el segundo y tercer domingo de
cada mes después de la Misa de las 3:00pm. Las próximas
clases son Domingo, 9 y 16 de Octubre requiere la asistencia
de los padres y padrinos en todas las clases. La familia tiene
que ser registrado en la parroquia por lo menos 6 meses antes
de la primera clase. Registra en la oficina de la parroquia para
las clases de bautizo después de los seis meses. Si tiene preguntas hable con Brenda Hernández en la oficina de lunes a
jueves.
Sponsor Certifícate:
In order to receive permission to
be sponsor for baptism or confirmation, you will need to be a
registered and a contributing parishioner for at least six months.
Sick/Hospital Visits
If someone in your family is sick or admitted to the hospital,
please let the church office know so that we can visit them.
Vigésimo Sexto Domingo
del Tiempo
Ordinario
Twenty - sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass intention
Date:
Mon 26th
Tues 27th
Time:
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September 25, 2016
Intention:
Requested By:
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9:00am
2:00pm
9:00
7:00pm
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Deborah Manning (Healing )
At Missionaries of charity convent
Frank Benitez (Healing)
Eugenia Sandoval ( Por la salud)
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Daphne McAdoo
-Medrano Benitez family
Rosalinda Perez
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Sat. 1st
4:30pm
7:00pm
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Sun. 2nd
8:30am
11:00am
3:00pm
Adam Pham ( Healing)
+ Ana Gonzalez
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Pham family
Silva family
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Wed. 28th
Thurs. 29th
Fri.
30th
Office Hours/Horas de Oficina
Monday-Thursday (lunes-Jueves)
8:30 am-4:30 pm
Sunday (domingo) — 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Parish Staff/Personal de la Parroquia
Pastor
Rev. Philip Scarcella, PhD, JCD…………704-535-9965
Deacons/Diáconos
Youth Ministry Coordinator
Rev. Mr. Kevin Williams ………………...704-537-9973
Coordinador de Grupo Carismatico
Rev. Mr. Luis Flores……………………..704-7772711
Director of Music
Rev. Mr. Peter Duca……………………..704-573-0097
Church Secretary/Secretaria
Brenda Hernandez……………………….704-535-9965
Faith Formation Coordinator
Coordinador de Formacion de Fé
RCIA (Inquiry into Catholicism)
RICA (Catolicismo para Adultos)
Rev. Mr. David Reiser…………………...704-535-3310
Our Lady of the Assumption School/
La Escuela de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción:
Principal
Allana-Rae Ramkissoon………………….704-531-0067
OCTOBER WEDDING
ANNIVERSARY BLESSINGS
A special blessing will be bestowed
upon couples celebrating their wedding
anniversaries in the month of October at
the 11:00am Mass, October 16, 2016.
Please call church office (704)535-9965
to be placed on the list.
UNRECOGNIZABLE
All God’s angels come to us disguised.
—James Russell Lowell
IRRECONOCIBLES
Todos los ángeles de Dios se acercan a nosotros
disfrazados.
PRAYER LIST- Please kindly remember the
following friends and family members in your
daily prayers: Eleanor Greulich, Damien Balog,
Ashley Thompson, John Alvarado, Deborah
Thompson, Mullis Family, Nancy Carte, Dick
Leone, David Estile, Grace Ryberg, Bernie
Weigold, Genevieve Weigold,Dorothy Ehlebracht,
Kelly Taylor, Nelia Haulk, Mary Threatt, Ann Pettit, Mike
Normile, Antonio Vega, Lea Powell, Roy Ryberg, Scott
O’Daniel, Fr. Frank Cancro, Lourdes Duenas, Ner Aquino
Mike Pettit, Mary Threat, Gail Hinson,
Sherri Madison and Paul Dryden.
If you or someone you know would like to be on the prayer
list, please notify the church office. God always hears our
prayers and in His goodness blesses us with His Strength,
Love and Peace.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
Monday:
Jb 1:6-22; Ps 17:1bcd-3, 6-7; Lk 9:46-50
Tuesday:
Jb 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23; Ps 88:2-8;
Lk 9:51-56
Wednesday: Jb 9:1-12, 14-16; Ps 88:10bc-15;
Lk 9:57-62
Thursday:
Dn 7:9-10, 13-14 or Rv 12:7-12a;
Ps 138:1-5; Jn 1:47-51
Friday:
Jb 38:1, 12-21; 40:3-5; Ps 139:1-3, 7-10,
13-14ab; Lk 10:13-16
Saturday:
Jb 42:1-3, 5-6, 12-17; Ps 119:66, 71, 75,
91, 125, 130; Lk 10:17-24
Sunday:
Hb 1:2-3; 2:2-4; Ps 95:1-2, 6-9;
Stewardship of Treasure
Offertory Collection 9/18/16…………. $ 10,913.54
[Budget Amount……………………….. $ 8,100.00
Surplus/[Deficit]……………………….. $ 2,813.54
Priest Retirement………………………...$ 2,451.00
Thank you for your Generosity!
Vigésimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — Woe to the complacent. Their wanton
revelry shall be done away with (Amos 6:1a, 4-7).
Psalm — Praise the Lord, my soul! (Psalm 146).
Second Reading — Compete well for the faith. Keep the
commandment until the appearance of the Lord Jesus (1
Timothy 6:11-16).
Gospel — The parable of Lazarus and the rich man
(Luke 16:19-31).
PARISH MEMBERSHIP AND BENEFITS
25 de September de, 2016
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — Ay de los complacidos. Sus juergas disolutas desaparecerán (Amós 6:1a, 4-7).
Salmo — Alabemos al Señor, que viene a salvarnos
(Salmo 146 [145]).
Segunda lectura — Compite bien por la fe. Guarda los
mandamientos hasta que aparezca el Señor Jesús
(1 Timoteo 6:11-16).
Evangelio — Recuerda que recibiste las cosas buenas
durante tu vida; Lázaro recibió lo que era malo. Ahora
Lázaro es consolado mientras que tú eres atormentado
To be considered an active, participating member
of the parish, and thus eligible for tuition assistance and
sacramental sponsor eligibility, Our Lady of the Assumption takes into account a family or individuals ministry
involvement and Mass attendance.
Deadline is 10 days prior to the requested notice date.
All announcements must be submitted in writing to the
parish office with your name and phone number.
To be considered an active, participating member, envelopes are the primary way we determine if parishioners are regularly attending Mass, we ask that if
you can’t make a contribution on a given Sunday, that
you still place your envelope in the collection basket so
we can record your attendance.
La fecha límite es 10 días antes de la fecha que usted
solicite que aparezca el anuncio. Todos los anuncios
deben ser presentados por escrito a la oficina de la
parroquia con su nombre y número de teléfono.
Attendance at Mass is the most important thing we
as Catholics and the most meaningful way we
model and live our Catholic faith.
ARE YOU MOVING - Please remember to
the Parish Office as soon as possible!
___Address Change
notify
___Other change
___Delete from Parish Rolls
Family Env. #___________
Effective Date:________________
Family Name:_________________________________
New Address:_________________________
____________________________________________
New Home Phone #____________Unlisted: Yes No
Change in Marital Status________________________
Change in Occupation__________________________
New Work #________________________
Comments:___________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
You may drop this form in the wooden
box next to the church office door or mail
to the church office
Bulletin Information
Información en el Boletín
Nuevos Parroquianos
Le damos una calorosa bienvenida y esperamos que
participe en nuestra familia parroquial. Para
considerase un miembro activo tiene que estar
registrado en la Parroquia por lo menos 6 meses antes.
Usar los sobres cada fin de semana, eso nos ayuda a
determinar si las familias asisten a Misa.
Asistir a Misa cada fin de semana en familia es lo
mas importante y significativo para nosotros.
Si ustedes no puede contribuir, le pedimos que
pongan los sobres con su nombre y dirección en la
canasta .
NO ESTA REGISTRADO?
Si ésta es su iglesia “base”, se
debería de registrar
• Para recibir el periódico The
Catholic News & Herald, y otras
informaciones del la Diócesis.
• Para facilitar la expedición de certificados y
otros documentos a medida que surja la
necesidad.
• Más que nada para saber que usted es un
miembro importante de la familia de nuestra
gran iglesia.
Para registrarse en nuestra iglesia, debe completar
la forma de Inscripción de la Parroquia. Puede
recoger una de éstas formas en la Caja que se
encuentra en la parte de arriba junto a la puerta de
la oficina en iglesia de lunes jueves de
8:30am-4:00pm.
Twenty - sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
FAITH FORMATION/FORMACION DE FÉ
Questions/Preguntas? Contact/Contacto
Faith Formation Coordinator/Coordinador de
Formacion de Fé Deacon David Reiser
(704) 535-3310
Office Hours/Horas de Oficina:
Monday—Thursday/Lunes—Jueves
9:00 AM-3:00 PM
The R.C.I.A. Journey begins on
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
7:00 p.m. in the vestibule
What is the RCIA Journey?
RCIA stands for the “Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults”. It is the process for un-baptized adults or those
of other Christian Churches to become members of the
Catholic Church. The process includes prayer, reflection
and learning.
RCIA inquiry Sessions will begin on Wednesday,
September 28, at 7:00 pm in the church vestibule.
Have you ever wondered:
How is the Catholic Christian faith different from
other Christian religions?
Will being a member of the Catholic Church make a
difference in my life?
Will being Catholic help me develop & strengthen my
relationship with God?
Is the Holy Spirit leading me to the sacraments?
If you have asked yourself any of these questions, the RCIA
process will help you answer them.
The RCIA will provide you the opportunity to learn, ask questions, pray and experience what it is to be a Catholic Christian.
September 25, 2016
Youth Group
Youth Group will not meet Sunday, Sept. 25th.
Faith, Food and Fellowship will start again
on Tuesday, Sept. 27th.
As we have in the past, we will gather at 6:30 PM for a potluck supper.
Then, at 7:00, we watch a video about our faith that helps us
explore our faith more deeply.
We have had great discussions after watching these videos
Come and join other parishioners for a good evening of food,
learning and fellowship.
This year we will be starting something new with this group.
The first Tuesday of each month will be a movie night.
We will watch a movie that will illustrate good faith lessons.
Contact Deacon Kevin Williams with questions.
704 537 9973
To all High School Students
There will a High School Fall Retreat Oct. 21, 22, & 23.
This is presented by the Youth Ministry office of the
diocese and will be held at Holy Spirit Parish In Denver,
NC. The cost is $45.00.
Please see Deacon Kevin for details or to register.
The registration deadline is Oct. 12th.
You can also register on-line at
https://charlottediocese.org/ev/youth-ministry/events/high
-school-retreat/
Christian Stewardship trains us to become aware that God
is the ultimate giver of the gifts we have. To give to God
should be “from the top” – not what may be left over.
Who can be a part of the RCIA Journey?
Someone who has never been baptized.
Someone who has been baptized in another faith tradition, but wishes to join the Catholic faith.
A person who has been baptized a Catholic, but has
not been fully catechized, that is, has not received
First Holy Communion and the Sacrament of
Confirmation.
Someone who was raised Catholic but has been away
from the faith.
How do I find out more about the
RCIA Journey?
Our Lady of the Assumption is always ready to welcome those who wish to become part of our faith community
and makes a special effort to reach out to anyone interested in
exploring the possibility of becoming Catholic. There is never
any pressure or obligation to actually become a Catholic. We
enthusiastically welcome you to join us on our spiritual journey. If you have an interest or know of someone who may be
interested in the Catholic Church, please contact Deacon
Kevin Williams 704 535-9965
El pecado del hombre rico en la parábola de hoy, no era
porque fuera rico, sino porque falló en compartir su riqueza con el pobre a su puerta. El conocía a Lázaro, tal vez
pasaba a su lado cada vez que entraba o salía de su casa,
pero no hacia nada por aliviar su sufrimiento. ¿Hay un
Lázaro en mi vida? ¿Qué estoy haciendo para ayudarlo?
Vigésimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
The OLA Ladies Guild Annual Attic and
Bake Sale will be Saturday, October 1st,
RAIN DATE will be OCT 8, 2016
Collections are beginning for the Ladies Guild annual attic and
bake sale. We are beginning the collection of items now for the
sale - So pull out those old, items you never use, clean out the
closets and garages and give us a call for pickup. Toys, kitchen
items, home accessories, manageable furniture and tools, we can
use it all. Clothing donations are limited - infant/children’s
clothing, jeans, coats, jackets sell best.
Contact Mary Sparger at 704-455-5365 to arrange for a
pickup or to get items to us.
Please DO NOT just drop items at the church.
Volunteers are also needed to help with the SALE and to BAKE
goods to sell.
Give us a call to help as much or as little as you like.
El Grupo de Señoras Guild de la OLA tendrá su venta
anual de garaje y repostería
El Sábado 1 de Octubre y si llueve será el 8 de
octubre.
Estamos coleccionando cosas en buen estado juguetes,
artículos de cocina, accesorios para el hogar y herramientas. Las donaciones para la ropa son limitadas solo aceptamos ropa en buen estado de bebe, niños, pantalones y
abrigos. Si tiene alguna pregunta llame a Brenda Hernández 704 535-9965.
Por favor NO deje las donaciones tiradas en la Iglesia.
Necesitamos voluntarios.
Sunday, September 25th, 2016
As men and women of God we are to “pursue righteousness,
devotion, faith, love, patience and gentleness.” We are called
to keep his commandment to love one another as he has loved
us. Is this evident in your lives and marriages? The next
Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekends are: Sep 30 Oct 2, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, SC and Nov 4-6, 2016 in Atlantic Beach, NC. Early sign up is recommended. For more information visit our website at: https://
NCMarriageDiscovery.org or contact us at [email protected] or 704-315-2144.
Pancake Breakfast
The Knights of Columbus,
Council 11102 will host a Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, October 9th, 2016, at Our Lady
of the Assumption, after the 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM Masses. Pancakes, sausage, coffee, and orange juice will be
served. Come join us for good food and good fellowship.
25 de Septiembre de, 2016
OLA Craft and Bake Sale Event of the Year!
HOW CREATIVE ARE YOU?
The OLA Ladies Guild will be sponsoring a Craft and Bake
Sale, December 3rd and 4th , 2016, at OLA church. – The sale
will be held before and after ALL weekend masses.
Proceeds will benefit the Ladies Guild of OLA to aide our
parish, various Catholic Organizations or parish assessments.
We know there are many talents amongst our
parishioners and we would like to include as many as possible
from our parish in the sale of Handcrafted or Home-baked
ethnic or specialty items.
All Items will be donated by our OLA parishioners and/or
community friends for the sale.
If you knit, sew or crochet, bake/make holiday goodies, make
jewelry, soaps or candles, create gift baskets, home décor or
Christmas ornaments, paint or sculpt, make birdhouses or any
wooden handicrafts, we can use the fruits of your labor.
If you are interested in donating items for the OLA Craft and
Bake Sale or donating your time to assist with this event,
please give us a call as soon as possible. Our
contacts will fill you in on all the details. The Craft and Bake
Sale depends on the participation of our parishioners and others in the community willing to donate items to sell. The craft
sale will be a great chance to find unique and one of a
kind gifts for family, friends or yourself.
Contact Mary Sparger, 704-455-5365(English)
Festival de de Artesanias y repostreria
El Grupo de Señoras Guild estan patrocinando festival
de de aretsanias para beneficios de nuestra parroquia .
Sabemos que hay muchos talentos entre nuestros
parrquianos y es tiempo de compartir esos talentos en
nuestra Parroquia , estaremos Artesanias y es peramos
tu donacion.
¿Que ta creative erés ?
Si puedes tejer, cocer, croché, hacer mermelada,
(halea),salsas,etc. hacer joyeria, canastas, jabones pintar
esculpturas, y casitas para pajaros podemos usar tus
talentos. Si estas interesados en donar tus obras llamanos
y te daremos toda la inormación.
Brenda Hernandez 704 535-9965
Twenty - sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
September 25, 2016
LOS SANTOS Y OTRAS CELEBRACIONES
Domingo: Vigésimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo
Ordinario
Lunes:
Santos Cosme y Damián
Martes:
San Vicente de Paúl
Miércoles: San Lorenzo Ruiz y compañeros;
san Wenceslao
Jueves:
Los Arcángeles Miguel, Gabriel y Rafael
Viernes:
San Jerónimo
Sábado:
Santa Teresita del Niño Jesús;
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday:
Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday:
Ss. Cosmas and Damian
Tuesday:
St. Vincent de Paul
Wednesday: St. Lawrence Ruiz and Companions;
St. Wenceslaus
Thursday: Ss. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael,
Archangels
Friday:
St. Jerome
Saturday: St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus;
MIRAR MÁS ALLÁ DE NOSOTROS MISMOS
El mensaje de las lecturas de hoy es una vieja
historia. El Ciudadano Kane, Papi Warbucks y el Rey
Midas son sólo unos pocos de los familiares personajes ficticios que pensaban que con una enorme fortuna
podrían comprar la felicidad y la completa satisfacción. Papi Warbucks admite haber pisoteado a algunas
personas en su ascenso a la cumbre. Kane trató de
comprar la palabra impresa y el estrellato para su joven esposa, mientras que el Rey Midas conjura inmensa fortuna y tragedia sólo con su toque.
Aprendemos claramente en las lecturas de hoy
que nada de esto es posible. Alcanzamos la verdadera
felicidad cuando nos interesamos en los demás. Cuando practicamos las virtudes que Dios describe a Timoteo: fe, amor, mansedumbre, piedad, rectitud y justicia. El Evangelio nos recuerda que no osemos ignorar
las necesidades de los demás, actuando como si no
notáramos su sufrimiento. El llamado de Dios a nosotros es demasiado claro para ignorarlo ni un solo día
más.
LOOKING BEYOND OURSELVES
The message found in today’s readings is an oft-told
story. Citizen Kane, Daddy Warbucks, and King Midas are
only a few of the familiar fictional characters who thought
enormous wealth could buy happiness and fulfillment.
Daddy Warbucks admitted stepping on a few people in his
climb to the top. Kane tried to buy the printed word and
stardom for his young wife, while King Midas conjured
immense wealth and tragedy by his very touch.
We learn clearly in today’s readings that none of this is
really possible. True happiness comes from caring for
someone other than ourselves. It comes from the pursuit of
the virtues Paul described to Timothy: faith, love, gentleness, godliness, righteousness, and endurance. The Gospel
reminds us that we dare not ignore the needs of others, acting as though we don’t notice their suffering. God’s call to
us is much too clear to disregard for even one more day.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
La última mitad del siglo pasado, nuestro continente vio el derrame de muchísima sangre cristiana.
No podemos olvidar la sangre de quienes dieron la
vida por el Evangelio de la justicia: Michel Quiroga
evangelizador colombiano; Agustina Rivas monjita
peruana; Vicente Matute líder indígena hondureño;
Marlene Kegler una universitaria de 23 años argentina.
Estos son algunos ejemplos de tantos que murieron
creyendo que la doctrina cristiana no se puede contener en templos y conventos. Dieron la vida por querer
vivir su fe en situaciones de discriminación e injusticia. Derramando su sangre se convirtieron en ángeles
de justicia que gritan a Dios uniendo sus voces a la de
Abel.
Todos estos mártires latinoamericanos murieron a
manos de latinoamericanos. Dieron sus vidas, según la
mártir chilena Joan Alsina, como granos de trigo. Y
desde el cielo ella nos pide: “Esperamos tu solidaridad. ¿Entiendes ahora lo que significa el Cuerpo de
Cristo? Si nosotros nos hundimos es algo de tu esperanza la que se hunde. Pero si de las cenizas asumimos
la vida de nuevo, es algo que nace de nuevo en ustedes.”
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
We’ve been thinking about names lately, and there is
hardly any tradition older than changing one’s name when
accepting a new vocation in life. In the time of Jesus, people would normally wait until the eighth day after birth for
the naming of a child, partly because of the fragility of infant life, when the eighth day would mark the end of a survival crisis, and also because the elders would look for
some clues as to the child’s identity. In Jewish life then as
now, it was not the custom to name a child after a living
parent; notice there are no “juniors” in the genealogy of
Jesus. Remember also how the relatives complained to
Zachary and Elizabeth that no one in their family was ever
named John. Then there are the changed names, Abram
became Abraham, Sarai became Sarah, Saul became Paul,
Simon became Peter. This spills over into Western culture
in many ways, such as British royalty taking new names at
coronation. It’s anybody’s guess, for example, whether the
Prince of Wales intends to be King Charles II, or become
Henry, or Edward, or George if he wishes.
Members of religious orders have until recent years
swapped baptismal names for new ones, and the latest pope
made a switch as well. Secular life has many parallels, and
movie stars like Cary Grant, Judy Garland, and John
Wayne might not have shone so brightly as Archie Leach,
Frances Gumm, and Marion Morrison. There are some
compelling reasons in our tradition for taking a new name
when undertaking a new mission, yet also a clear preference for choosing the right baptismal name from the start!
Vigésimo Sexto Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
SECULAR FRANCISCANS
ORDER (OFS)
NEXT GATHERING WILL BE ON
SUNDAY, October 2, 2016
Come & See -How Secular
Franciscans Live Joyfully In the World & Celebrate God’s
Creation. The OFS is a branch of the worldwide Franciscan
Family. We are single and married. We work, worship and
play in the community we live. The OFS is a secular movement, established by St.
Francis of Assisi more than 800 years old. Our purpose is to
bring the gospel to life where we live and where we work. We
look for practical ways to embrace the gospel in our lives and
try to help others to do likewise.
Our fraternity (St. Maximilian Kolbe) meets at St. Mark Catholic School Library from 1:30am to 3:30pm—
14750 Stumptown Rd Huntersville, NC.
For more information call David Roman, OFS
@ 704-877-5505 or e-mail: [email protected]
Or Come & See.
TRANSITUS
Our brothers and sisters of the St. Maximilian Kolbe Fraternity (Secular Franciscan Order) welcome you to the
Transitus
(the death of our Seraphic Brother Francis) on Monday,
October 3rd at Our Lady of the Assumption at 7pm.
For more information email/call Martha Roman,OFS
(minister) at [email protected]/704-281-5416
CODIGOS DE CONDUCTA PARA
SEGUIR DENTRO DE LA IGLESIA
1. No consuma alimentos dentro de la Iglesia
incluyendo chicles.
2. Vistase apropiadamente.
3. Mantenga limpio el lugar que ocupe.
4. Mantenga la casa de Dios en buenas
condiciones.
5. Cuide los libros de Cantos.
6. Supervise a sus hijos durante la Misa.
7. Antes de entrar a Misa a pague su celular
U otro objeto electronico.
8. Paradisfrutar la celebración de la Misa,
mantengase atento y evite conversaciones
innecesarias.
9. Procure llegar a tiempo.
10. Participé en la Misa.
25 de Septiembre de, 2016
Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities provides professional mental health
counseling for older children, adolescents, adults, and
couples. Services provided on a sliding fee scale and
some insurance carriers are
accepted. To schedule an appointment, call
704-370-3217.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte
1123 South Church Street
Charlotte, NC 28203-4003
P: 704.370.3233 | F: 704.370.3290 | Toll Free:
St. Matthew Catholic
“yoU”niversity adult faith formation program offer a
wide variety of fall classes for 2016. For full course descriptions and to register online, visit
www.stmatthewcatholic.org/smu.
TALENTOSOS Y ENERGÉTICOS
El infierno está lleno de talentosos, pero el cielo está
lleno de gente con energía.
—Santa Juan Francisca de Chantal
[K]eep the commandment without stain
or reproach
until the appearance of our Lord Jesus Christ.
1 Timothy 6:14
[T]e ordeno que cumplas fiel
e irreprochablemente, todo lo mandado,
hasta la venida de nuestro Señor Jesucristo.
— 1 Timoteo 6:14
CHURCH NAME AND ADDRESS
Our Lady of the Assumption Church #661701
4207 Shamrock Drive
Charlotte, NC 28215
TELEPHONE
704 535-9965
CONTACT PERSON
Brenda Hernandez
EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]
SOFTWARE
MSPublisher 2003
Adobe Acrobat X
Windows XP
PRINTER
HP Deskjet 6940
TRANSMISSION TIME
Tuesday 12:00
SUNDAY DATE OF PUBLICATION
September 25, 2016
NUMBER OF PAGES SENT’
1 through 8
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

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