May 11, 2014 - St. Bernard Catholic Church

Comentarios

Transcripción

May 11, 2014 - St. Bernard Catholic Church
May 11, 2014
Pastoral Staff
209-835-4560 Ext. # by Name
Welcome to St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 2
Pastor
Fourth Sunday of Easter
May 11th, 2014
Rev. Fr. Chad Wahl, L.C., #161
Rev. Fr. Fernando Barrera, #118
Parochial Vicars
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Rev. Mr. Ray Whitlock
836-3194
Rev. Mr. Peter Ryza, #162
Deacons
Expressing our love of Jesus Christ through the Eucharist, enlightened by the
Holy Spirit, and by living the will of the Father, we gather as one family, rich in
culture and tradition, willing to share our gifts with all, and working together as
we journey to the kingdom of God.
Rev. Msgr. Ivo D. Rocha, #125
Jennifer Overby, #157
Administrator
Marie White, #111
Office Manager
Mary Correia, #102
Maria Esther Ramirez, #163
Parish Secretaries
Leticia Gomez, #110
Receptionist
Elvira Orozco, #189
Faith Formation Director
Henry Correa, #121
Confirmation Director
Stacy Hughes, #107
Faith Formation Assistant
Remedios M. Barrera, #188
Spanish Pastoral Associate
Leticia Villegas-Gomez, #128
Youth Ministry Coordinator
Efrain Orjuela, #138
Music Director
Following the Good Shepherd
The joyful tone of the past three Sundays of Easter
is a little darker today. All three readings remind us of
suffering, death, and sin. We, like Peter’s audience in
the first reading, can ask, “What are we to do?” And the
answer will be the same: we must reform. Or, as Peter
says in his first Letter, we have strayed like sheep and
must return to the shepherd.
Jesus describes Himself as a shepherd in today’s
Gospel, and we know it was one of the earliest images
of Christ in the apostolic church. Today’s passage continues the darker theme of the first two
readings. Danger lurks and the sheep need protection. They might follow a false leader; they
might be stolen or destroyed. Only in Jesus Christ will we be safe. Only in Him will we have
eternal life.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Steve Arena, #113
Stewardship Coordinator
Sr. Marlene Sylas, #142
Ministry of Caring Coordinator
Sr. Cecilia D’Mello, #103
Eng. Baptism Ministry Coordinator
Sr. Cecilia D’Mello, #155
Funeral Ministry Coordinator
Paula Yroz, #140
Liturgical Director
Dulcina Serda
Liturgical Assistant
Gary Abate, #133
Principal
Mary Costa, #131
School Secretary
Sue Barnes, #132
Bookkeeper/Scrip Coordinator
Larry Bettencourt, #135
Chuck Dubie
Maintenance Supervisors
Cristina Barrera
Samuel Contreras
Sandra Parreiras
Maintenance Staff
St. Bernard’s Thrift Store
836-2498
2014 GALA
“The Vatican”
The excitement is building to attend the Gala this year. The décor is outstanding; we have brought the Vatican to Tracy. For
those who are attending, they will see firsthand the beauty of the
room and if you’re not attending, then you can see some of the décor during all Sunday Masses at the Holy Family Center on May
18th.
The Raffle Ticket drawing will take place the evening of the Gala. If your ticket is drawn you will be notified by phone the next
day, or if in attendance you will know immediately.
Thank you to all who volunteered to help, donated items for the
auctions, sponsored, and/or supported this event in any way. It
takes the effort of many to be successful…we have such great people here at St. Bernard’s who give so freely of themselves for the
benefit of others and for this we are truly grateful.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 3
MASS INTENTIONS
Church
SUNDAY, May 11th
7:00 a.m.
For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Frank & Lena Simas +Pat Selna
8:30 a.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Joe , Velma, & Jerry Pimentel
10:00 a.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Kay Schopf
+Virginia M. & Jacinto Silva
4:00 p.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Tom & Beatrice Lucksinger
MONDAY, May 12th
8:00 a.m. +Carlos Teixeira +Efren Rodriguez
+John & Bernice Mancuso
5:30 p.m. +Patricia Neeley +Manuel & Ana Vitoria
+Joao, Maria, & Nivia Diniz
TUESDAY, May 13th
8:00 a.m. +Frances Yroz +Huynh Thi Tham
Intentions of Luis & Fatima DeSousa
5:30 p.m. +All Souls +Alvaro Vieira
For the sick & deceased members of
Our Lady of Fatima
WEDNESDAY, May 14th
8:00 a.m. +Diane Gomes +Josephine Foley
+Izaura S. Simas +Remedios Galinato
5:30 p.m. +Sam & Marie Tuso
+Charles & Victoria Tuso
Holy Family Center
SUNDAY, May 11th
9:00 a.m.
For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Lupe & Roberto Meza
+Asuncion Magaña
11:00 a.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
Pro Populo
1:00 p.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
+Maria Dolores Airada
Intentions of Norberto & Anabel
Oseguera
6:00 p.m. For all Mothers, Living & Deceased
Intentions of Zoe Bautista
Second Offering
Today our second offering is for the New
Church, our “Building Together With Christ
Campaign”.
Through the generosity of the People of St. Bernard’s,
we have paid off our property loan. We are now working
to pay down the construction loan for the Holy Family
Center.
We are grateful to those still able to assist with paying
off the remaining debt on the Holy Family Center. We
are also grateful for everyone’s continued prayers supporting this ongoing project. God bless you all!
THURSDAY, May 15th
8:00 a.m. +Joe, Lena, & Clyde Dutra
+Beverly Rose +Livramente Santos
5:30 p.m. +Luz & Adela Mendez +Jim Gannon
+Maria & Jacinto Silva
3
FRIDAY, May 16th
8:00 a.m. +Bonnie Strohmaier +Julio Tambis
+Regino Bernardo +Maria Ribeiro
8:45 a.m. SBS Mass Intentions
5:30 p.m. +Janet Alves +Linda Gann
+Mauro & Aurie Ramirez +Agnes Hang
SATURDAY, May 17th
8:00 a.m. +The Anthony Vierra Family
+Marvin Seward +Julius Cezar DePerio, Sr.
5:00 p.m. +Peter Yroz +Masud Mehran
+Emmanuel Cordero
Intentions of Janet Diones
7:00 p.m. +Pedro Ulloa +Maria C. Sanchez
+Hilario Cornejo
In Thanksgiving
Catholic Charities Provides Help, Creates Hope
Catholic Charities Sunday is May 17/18. With increasingly distressing federal and state budget cuts, your help is vital
in meeting the ongoing needs of the poor and vulnerable of our
Community. 100% of your contribution to Catholic Charities
stays within our communities. Last year Catholic Charities provided services to over 26,000 people. Please pray for those
who are most in need, and please plan to give as generously as
possible to “Provide help for Today and Hope for Tomorrow”.
Altar Candle Memorial
The Altar Candle Memorial for the
week of May 11th: In loving memory
Gloria J. & Mary Silveira, requested by Laurence Silveira. In loving
memory of the deceased members of the Jose Sarmento family, requested by Candida Sarmento.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 4
Parish Activities
HFC-Holy Family Center , LH-Large Hall, SH-Small Hall, MC-Ministry Center, LH Mtg. Rm.-Large Hall Meeting Room
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Happy Mother’s Day
5:30 p.m.
Bible Study-SH
Monday, May 12, 2014
3:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
CYO-LH
Amigos de Dios-LH, SH
Legion of Mary-MC Rm. 2
Spanish Altar Server Mtg.-Church
Jr. High Youth Group-HFC
Saturday, May 17, 2014
7:00 a.m.
7:00 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
Confessions-Church
Cursillos Sabatina-LH Mtg. Rm.
Spanish Baptisms-Church
Eucharistic Service at Tracy Nursing &
Rehabilitation Center
Confessions-Church
Raise the Roof Gala-HFC
Spanish Day Care-Kindergarten
Spanish RCIA-MC Rm. 1
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
3:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Cantor Practice-Church
CYO-LH
Spanish Choir “Voces”-MC Rm. 1
Knights of Columbus-SH
Charismatic Prayer Group-MC Rm. 2
Ultreya de Cursillo-LH Mtg. Rm.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
8:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
Wednesday Morning Social-LH Mtg. Rm.
School Registrations-LH
YLI-SH
Parish Choir-MC Rm. 1
Spanish Bible Study-MC Rm. 2
Amigos Spiritual Workshop-LH Mtg. Rm.
CYO-LH
Men’s Fellowship-LH
Thursday, May 15, 2014
8:30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
2:00 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
Cleaning for Jesus-Church
Eucharistic Service at Astoria Gardens
School Registrations-LH
Jr. High Music Ensemble-MC Rm. 1
Confessions-Church
Spanish Marriage Encounter-LH Mtg. Rm.
RCIA-HFC
Spanish Choir “Viento Nuevo”-MC Rm. 1
CYO-LH
Friday, May 16, 2014
8:45 a.m.
10:15 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
SBS Learning Mass-Church
Mass at New Jope
Eucharistic Service at Heritage Place
English Children’s Choir-MC Rm. 1
CYO-LH
Spanish Children’s Choir-MC Rm. 1
Good News People Closing-LH
Spanish Choir “ABBA”-MC Rm. 1
Spanish Young Adult Group-SH
Spanish Bible Study-MC Rm. 2
Wednesday
Morning Social
We invite you to join us every Wednesday
after the 8:00 a.m. Mass in the Large Hall
Meeting Room for coffee, juice, and a light refreshment accompanied by fellowship.
Reconciliation Schedule
Thursday
Saturday
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
7:00 am to 7:45 am
4:00 pm to 4:45 pm
Stay with us, Lord!
Walk with us, Lord, along the road of resurrection! Explain for
us, so slow to believe, the things that Scripture says of you. Break
the bread of the Eucharist with us whenever we share our lives with
our brothers and sisters. Stay with us each time night approaches
and the daylight fades in our hearts!
From Come, Lord Jesus by Lucien Deiss, CSSp, copyright © 1976, 1981, Lucien Deiss.
Published by World Library PublicaƟons. p.168
Perpetual
Eucharistic Adoration
(Adoration Chapel located in Convent behind Church)
“Each time you approach the Blessed Sacrament, remember that Jesus has been waiting for you
twenty centuries for this personal visit from you.”
-St. Josemaria Escriva
We are in need of adorers on Wednesdays at 5pm.
To become an adorer or to inquire, call Anita Laspina (English) @ 835-3173 or Cecilia Garcia (Spanish)
@ 346-3372.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 5
Ministry of Caring
God’s Gift of Life … Baby Giovanna Del Toro born to
Carlos & Robin! Baby Mason Cardoso born to Michael
& Jessica! Baby Graysen Carter born to Blake & Alayna!
Baby Logan Parilla born to Chad & Erica! Baby Timothy
Stewart born to Timothy & Antoinette! Baby Valor
Grayson Wright born to Sterling & Jennifer!
Love endures … Peter & Jane Vink celebrating 35
years on the 12th! Ronald & Marie Morris celebrating
31 years on the 14th! Mark & Gloria Schopf celebrating
22 years on the 16th! Jose & Candida Sarmento
celebrating 60 years on the 17th!
Lifting up to God for healing: ... those lately in hospital
… Janet Farmer, Maria Vega, Maria Rios, Donna Boyd,
Jose Mandujano, James Moreda, Penny Flores, Belmeda
Simas, Erica Parilla, Jose Carrasquillo, Charles Montoya,
Rafael Betancourt, Karl Jensen, Frank Savage, Maria
Covarrubias, Maria Rodriguez, Esther Avila, Alayne
Victoria, Coralyn Gray, Amanda Costa, Rosa Lagunas de
Rodriguez, John Ravazzini, Bernard Dunne Jr., Germaine
Imhof, Annette Ochoa,
at home/convalescent: Betty Brazil, Carol Louise Silva,
Remedios Barrera, Rita Baretta, Betsy Parrillo, Liz Costa,
David & Maxie Millingar, Margaret Tine, Mary H.
Bacchetti, Marianne Brown, Alex Bitzer, Candida
Sarmento, Vince Vaca, Tom Trujillo, Mary Coleman,
Glorianne Piatek, Rose Solis, Katie Chavez, Alice &
Manuel I. Borges, Tillie Castellon, Regina Stevens, Mabel
Moitoso, Catherine Corsaro, Harriet Pereira, Mary Serpa,
Luis Rosario, Eileen Morri, Wanda Hirsch, Inez Gomes,
Eric Treiss, Connie (Peterson) Person, Myrtis Hux, Cindy
Poso, Nella Bonomini, Jeanie Ferrera, John Borejko,
Frank & Josie Silva, Pet Manacio, Julia La Frano, Manuel
& Dolores Nunes, Matt Reeves, Vincent & Mary Ungaro,
Mela Prock, Peter Mazzoni, Joanne Tynes, Frank Silva,
Charlie Rice, Howard & Dorothy Silva, Martina Tan,
Barbara Lawlor, Al Marks, Caroline Rotella, Minnie
Martin, Draga Louth, Janice Mattos, Richard Mattos,
Patricia Adams, John & Jean Laufman, Belinda Barbosa,
Betty Peterson, Lynne Hemmingsen, Bob Schneider, Lisa
Navarro, Matthew Bogetti, Aggie Deeds, James Turner,
William Ray Thomas, Betty Turnley, Margaret Gonzalez,
Linda Rivas, Ellen Poso, Gussie Owens, Diana Russell,
Reggie Mersaroli, Roger Elissagaray, Paul Lee, Teresa
Olasolo, Carmen Monarrez, Linda S. Fontanares, Lydia
Gann, Daniel Price, Jim Raddatz, Luis Leo, Zonda
Hyman Whitten, Assunta Gaia, Patrick Morse, James
Bisbee, Maria Salvador, Ida Geist, Mae Wible, Bill Baier,
William Stewart, Linda Wiscarson, Alfonza Grijalva,
Delores Grijalva, Maria Zilli, Gloria Martinez, Alex
Miller, Margaret Prock, Diane Geipel, Karen
Lewandowski, Nat Bacchetti, Agnes Deeds, Claire
Abell, Elayne Costa, and those we hold in our hearts.
Our beloved now living with Christ in a new way …
Roberto Moreno Garcia and Jeanette Roberts Umazi.
Remembered in prayer: Egideo Martins RIP by
Lynne Hemmingsen; Art Cabral RIP by Angela &
Rick Flores; Nelson Costa RIP by Henry & Angie
Long.
Wedding Anniversaries need to be called in at least 2
weeks in advance. Names cannot be automatically
put into this column without your authorization
because of privacy laws. Please call Sr. Marlene for
information or names to be added in this column.
Vocations Day
The Daughters of the Cross feel
blessed to have the opportunity to serve
St. Bernard's Parish. We started the school in 1958
and now serve in different ministries. PLEASE JOIN
US IN PRAYER as we invite younger women to look
into their hearts and experience God's call to join us
as we joyfully respond to God's love and consecrate
our life to God. For more information/questions,
please contact Sr. Marlene 835 4560 ext. 142 or
email [email protected] .
FUNdraiser BUS TRIP
to Black Oak Casino
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
To reserve your seat, please come to the Parish Office
and pay your $25.00. The casino will give $10 towards
slot play and $5 towards food for a five hour stay. More
details on your ticket. All proceeds go towards our new
church Building Fund.
Questions? Lynne Hemmingsen 835-0623 or
Parish Office 835-4560.
Counting Sheep
When at night you cannot sleep,
talk to the Shepherd and stop counting sheep.
—Anonymous.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 6
Sacraments
Baptism
For Infant Baptisms, at
least two months in advance
is required.
English: Sr. Cecilia, Ext. 103
Spanish: Remedios, Ext. 188
First Reconciliation
For children preparing for
their First Holy Communion.
Elvira Orozco, Ext. 189
First Holy
Communion
For school age children
(2nd grade or higher); this is
a two year preparation.
Elvira Orozco, Ext. 189
Confirmation
For students 6th grade or
above who desire to become
a fully initiated Catholic; this
is a two year preparation.
Henry Correa, Ext. 121
Matrimony
Registered parishioners
should make an appointment
at least six months prior to
the marriage date.
English: Deac. Pete, Ext. 162
Spanish: Remedios, Ext. 188
First Communion and Confirmation
Preparation Information:
Registration Update:
We will be conducting another open registration for Faith Formation on June 10th.
If you are a new participant to the program, you will need to attend the Orientation Meeting on
June 4th to obtain valuable information & a registration packet. You will not be able to complete
registration without a completed packet.
If you are a current participant wishing to re-enroll in the 2nd year of the program, you should
have received your packet. If you have not, please contact the Director.
Orientation Meeting at Holy Family Center:
June 4th
Spanish:
English:
4:30-5:30pm
6:00-7:00pm
Registration at Small Hall of St. Bernard’s Church:
June 10th
1:30-6:30pm
Volunteers Needed
The success of the Faith Formation of our children is due, in part, to the
generosity and dedication of volunteers. These volunteers, who become
Catechists, classroom aides, or program aides, share their faith and love
for Jesus while teaching the youth of our parish as they grow in the Faith.
We are in need of volunteers for the upcoming 2014-2015 season which begins in August. We will provide you with the training, tools, and support to assist you in this Ministry. If the Lord is calling you to be part of this ministry, please contact Henry Correa or Elvira Orozco at the Faith Formation Office @ 209-835-4560.
RCIC
Good News
People
(Rite of Christian Initiation
for Children)
For school age children,
between 8 & 16 years of age,
who have not been baptized;
this is a two year preparation.
Elvira Orozco, Ext. 189
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
RCIA
Preschool to 6th grade program.
(Rite of Christian Initiation
for Adults)
June 9-13, 2014
from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
This process provides you
with the opportunity to explore your calling and become a fully initiated Catholic Christian or to help others
do so.
English and Spanish:
Henry Correa, Ext. 121
Closing Plenary
Cost is $35.00 for 1st child &
$5.00 sibling discount.
Call today to find out if space is available;
Melissa (209) 839-6726
All Good News People participants are invited to attend our
Closing Plenary celebration on
Friday, May 16th at 7:30 p.m. in
Father Fleming Hall. For more
information contact Steve Arena
at the Parish Office @ 835-4560.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 7
St. Bernard’s School
Teaching Vacancy
Primary Teacher
Junior High Teacher
 Science/Computer Lab Teacher


St. Bernard’s School is looking for a primary teacher, a middle grade teacher, and a science/computer lab teacher. The
positions begins August 1st. Salary is determined by experience and units completed beyond a B.A. (credential preferred).
All interested applicants should contact the School Office for
further information. Applications must be submitted ASAP, no
later than May 15th with interviews to follow. Applications can
be found online at www.st-bernardschool.org. Please include a resume with a letter of interest for the positions available.
St. Bernard’s School
165 W. Eaton Ave., Tracy, Ca. 95376
209.835.8018
Preschool News
Registration costs are now available at the Parish and
School Offices for the 2014/2015 School Year.
For more information, please check the School Website
at: www.st-bernardschool.org or the Parish Website at:
www.st-bernards.org
Please keep our St. Bernard’s School
First Communicants in your prayers.
They received the Lord for the first
time on Friday, May 2, 2014:
Reese Acierto
LJ Adap-Parafina
Jericho Andaya
Audrey Arnaudo
Sylvia Arrington
Robert Barnett
Mikayla Brown
Leah Butler
Robert Costa
Cy Fahrberger
Bryce Foisy
Vendela Galasinao
Andres Gamboa
Claire Hamer
Madison Hickman
Diana Hutchings
Alyssa LaCorte
Joseph Leadon
Sebastian Lim
Madison MacDonald
Adam Masana
Destany Mohs
Brandon Ng
Alyssa Pamintuan
Isaac Paquin
Jazzelyn Rios
Adam Rodriguez
Jon-Jon Rodriguez
Juliana Sales
Ryan Santiago
Kyan Sheu
Chloe Siapno
Jeremiah Zamora
Jemone (JJ) Williams
—“You too dear young people, can be joyful witnesses of
His love, courageous witnesses of His Gospel, carrying to
this world a ray of His light” — Pope Francis
“The youth is the future of our church”, what do these
words mean exactly? Come and find out who you are called to
be by joining our energetic and God enthusiastic Youth Ministry! St. Bernard’s has 2 age appropriate groups for all of our
young parishioners.
Edge Nights are open to all Jr. High students (6th, 7th, & 8th grades). We meet
Mondays: 7:00—8:30pm at HFC on Valpico Road.
LifeTeen Nights are open to all
High School students. We meet
Sundays right after the 6:00pm
Youth Mass at HFC on Valpico Road, 7:30-9:00 pm.
SBYG will be taking a 3 week break in the month of June. There will
be no high school or Jr. High meetings from June 1—June 15. We are
resuming our activities with a family BBQ on Saturday June 21 at Fr.
Fleming Hall. All are welcome!
On Sunday 6/22 all incoming freshmen are welcome to join the high
school group and on Monday 6/23 all incoming 6th graders are welcome to join our Jr. High group.!
For more information, please contact our Youth Coordinator,
Letty Gomez, at the Parish Office ext. 128,
or email: [email protected]
Young Ladies’ Institute
(YLI)
YLI members will be welcoming District Deputy, Jeanette Borges, to
our Institute for her Official Visit on May
14th. The meeting will be at 5:30pm with refreshments
to follow. The Nominating Committee will also give
their report for Officers for 2014-2015.
Pro Life Corner
“He who denies that human life begins
with conception does not need to contend
with religion, but science. To deny this
certainty of biology is not to express a lack of faith, but a
lack of basic knowledge of human genetics, something
that is even known by the general public.”
~Ecuadorian Federation of Societies of Gynecology
& Obstetrics (FESGO), April 17, 2008
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page 8
Mother’s Day
Remembering our Mothers with love:
(*Indicates Living Intention
+Alice P. Diniz
*Judy Wahl
+Martha Catano
+Vera Mendoza
+Anne Keating
*Guadalupe Montaño
*Maria Buenrostro
*Nelly A. Jiao
*Amparo H. Rivera
In Honor of the Blessed
Virgin Mary
+Maria A. D’Souza
+Rita C. Viegas
+Maria Carmen Ramirez
*Leticia M Correa
*Alejandra L. Holdener
*Eleanor White
*Lorraine White
+Barbara Wasson
+Anne Marian
+Juana Flores
+Encarnación Barrera
*Alicia Morales
+Mary C. Silva
+Rosemarie “Rosie” Silva
+Mary C. Brazil
+Maria J. Silva
+Irene Van Derbeck
+Yvonne Petrig
+Theresa “Tree” Silva
+Isabelle “Belle” Silva
+Evelyn Terra
+Josephine Castro
*Betty S. Brazil
*Josephine “Josie” Silva
*Teresa Borges
+Indicates Deceased)
*Nancy Schlemmer
*Ernestina Azevedo
*Daughters of the Cross
*Sharen Petrig
+Mamie Silva
+Pauline Silva
+Mary Castro
+Ella Pombo
+Rose Calvillo
+Ellen Ryan
+Angelina Cecchi
+Catherine Mooney
+Kathleen Braten
+Marta Finnen
+Olivia Ramirez
+Avelina Alegre
+Deolinda Costa
*Jennifer Overby
*Maria Dimate
de Constanza
*Marina de Marin
*Blanca Marin
+Herodina Castillo
+Felicitas Rangel
*Debbie Pine
*Tillie Castellon
+Christina Costa
*Carleen Costa
+Evelyn Dias Perry
*Kim Dang
*Jessie Yñiguez
+Lucy Batel
+Agnes Hang
+Florence Boldin
+Francesca Xuan
*Marie Boldin
+Rosa Castillo
+Consuelo Resendez
*Josephine Silva
+Mary Lawlor
+Anna Maher
+Lena Dutra
+Edith Nunes
+Emily Morris
+Maria Dutra
+Mary Mattos
*Millie Dutra
*Lucyla Isler
+Silvia Josefina
Hernandez
+Rose Sanchez
+Paula Cisneroz
*Cynthia Cisneroz
+Elizabeth Elwer
+Rose Wihl
+Gertrude Wenzlick
*Linda Wihl
+Lillian Yap
*Barbara DiGangi
*Elvira Maya-Soto
+Maria Elena Soto
Hinojosa
+Isabel Silveira Solis
+Maria Elena Rosales
+Divina Remollino
*Nenita Ruzon
*Jackie Horsewski
+Sylvia Barbosa
+Margaret Ryza
*Irene Saenz
*Dalia Lara
*Adoracion Fernandez
*Nolita Cayetano
+Encarnacion Antido
*Milagros T. Pasaoa
+Ana Tamayo Capito
+Ana Maria Jacobo
*Sally Fowler
+Joan Costa
+Lorraine Rosenquist
+Christina Melendez
Webb
*Cyrella Weisbeck
*Shirley Davis
*Janice Overby
+Marie Souza
+Brenda Condon
+Laura Navarro
+Adele Mick Kenney
+Dorothy Parrillo
+Katherine Parrillo
+Adele Zigmund
+Ann Tiechman
*Kathy Ruffino
*Dolores Holmes
*Helen Hanlan
+Evelyn Bogetti
*Liz Costa
*Cristina Barrera
*Alicia Ceballos
*Eliza Barrera
+Aldine Souza
+Helen Keiser
+Ana Faria
+Ilda Correia
A Mother’s Heart
A Mother’s heart is always filled with love for her children,
with hopes and dreams for them,
with a never ending prayer that God blesses them with happiness;
that God will protect them from harm;
that God cares for them in her absence.
A Mother’s heart is always filled with love for her children and love for God.
Today, mom, we thank our Lord for the precious gift of you.
We are blessed because you are part of our lives.
We love you dearly and wish you the Lord’s choicest blessings today & always.
St. Bernard’s Parish
Family
Aviation Day
The Knights of Columbus & Haley Flying Service
Inc. are having a Family Aviation Day on Saturday,
June 14th, beginning at 8:00am.
For a $25 donation (non-refundable) you
can enjoy a barbequed hot dog or hamburger, drink, & bag of chips. Also included is a
ride in a Cessna 182, Citabria 7ECA, or Piper Super Cub.
Only 100 tickets are available, so get your tickets
early from John Oliveira (221--5080) or the Parish
Office. Haley Flying Service Inc. is located on Tracy
Blvd. and Grimes Road, north of Tracy. Bring your
camera!
All donations go to the Charities supported by the
Knights of Columbus, Council #4041.
Page 9
SU PALABRA EN ESPAÑOL
Corazón de
una Madre
El corazón de una madre siempre está
lleno de amor por sus hijos, de esperanzas y
sueños para ellos, con una oración sin fin
que Dios les bendice con alegría; que Dios les protegerá de los
daños; que Dios se preocupa por ellas en su ausencia. El corazón de una madre siempre está lleno de amor por sus hijos y
amor por Dios.
Hoy, mamá, damos gracias a nuestro Señor por el don
precioso de ti. Somos bendecidos porque usted es parte
de nuestras vidas. Te queremos mucho y le deseamos las
más ricas bendiciones del Señor hoy y siempre.
Segundo Ofertorio
Towards Ordination
Please join the Diocese of Stockton as we pray for
Seminarian Cesar Martinez (St. Frances of Rome,
Riverbank) who will be ordained to the Transitional Diaconate on Saturday, May 17 at St. Patrick’s Seminary. The
Transitional Diaconate is the last step before the Priestly
Ordination. God willing, a year from now, Cesar will be
ordained to the priesthood!
Priests’ Retreat
Please pray for our priests as they gather for their annual retreat May 19- 23, 2014.
Memorial Day Masses
Bishop Blaire will be celebrating Mass on Memorial
Day, Monday, May 26 at 9:00am at St. Stanislaus Cemetery in Modesto. Msgr. Richard Ryan will be celebrating
Mass on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26 at 9:00 am at
San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery in Stockton. All are welcome to attend.
Diocesan Financial News
The link is: www.stocktondiocese.org/
financial-news.
Este fin de semana, nuestro segundo ofertorio
es
para
la
Nueva
Iglesia,
“Construyendo Junto Con Cristo”.
Gracias a la generosidad del pueblo de San Bernardo,
hemos pagado nuestro préstamo de la propiedad. Ahora
estamos trabajando para pagar el préstamo de la construcción del centro Sagrada Familia.
Estamos muy agradecidos a los que todavía pueden
ayudar con el pago de la deuda de el centro La Sagrada
Familia. También damos las gracias por sus oraciones
que apoyan este proyecto actual. Dios los bendiga a todos!
Caridades Católicas proporciona ayuda,
crea la Esperanza
Caridades Católicas es el domingo 17 y 18 de mayo.
Con los recortes presupuestarios estatales y federales
cada vez más angustiantes, su ayuda es vital para satisfacer las necesidades actuales de los pobres y vulnerables
de nuestra comunidad. 100% de su contribución a Caridades Católicas se mantiene dentro de nuestras comunidades. El año pasado Caridades Católicas prestaron servicios a más de 26.000 personas. Por favor oren por
aquellos que más lo necesitan, y por favor planea dar tan
generosamente tal como se les sea posible para
"Proporcionar ayuda para Hoy y Esperanza para el Mañana".
St. Bernard’s Parish
Page
Page109
SU PALABRA EN ESPAÑOL
“Formación de Fe”
Informes para los programas de
Preparación de Primeras Comuniones
y Confirmación:
Registraciones:
Tendremos otra registración de Formación de Fe, el
10 de junio.
Si usted es un nuevo participante en el programa, tendrá que asistir a la reunión de orientación el 4 de junio
para obtener la información y el paquete de inscripción.
Usted no podrá completar la registración sin el paquete.
Si usted es un participante actual que deseen volver a
inscribirse en el segundo año del programa, debería haber
recibido su paquete. Si no es así, comuníquese con el Director.
Reunión de orientación @centro La Sagrada Familia:
Miércoles, 4 de junio
Español: 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Inglés: 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Registración @ salón chico (Parroquia de San Bernardo)
10 de junio de 1:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m.
SIGAMOS AL
BUEN PASTOR
(Cont’d)
(Cont’d)
“EL VATICANO”
Las emociones se elevan al llegar la fecha de la Gala
este año. La decoración esta excepcional; hemos traído al
Vaticano a Tracy. Para aquellos que asistirán, van a ver
personalmente la belleza del salón y si usted no asistirá,
entonces usted podrá ver algo de la decoración durante
todas las misas del domingo en el Centro de la Sagrada
Familia el 18 de mayo.
La rifa se llevará a cabo la noche de la Gala. Si se elije su boleto se le notificará por teléfono el día siguiente,
o si asiste usted sabrá inmediatamente.
Gracias a todos los que se ofrecieron a ayudar, donaron
artículos para la subasta. Se necesita el esfuerzo de muchos para tener éxito ... tenemos gente tan buena aquí en
nuestra Parroquia de San Bernardo quienes han dado tan
libremente de sí mismos para el beneficio de los demás y
por eso estamos muy agradecidos.
El Sacramento de Reconciliación
Jueves: 5:30 p.m. a 6:30 p.m.
Sábado: 7:00 a.m. a 7:45 a.m.
3:30 p.m. a 4:45 p.m.
A petición popular….
…….otro paseo en el autobús al
Black Oak Casino!!
Fecha: Martes, mayo 13 del 2014
El tono de alegría de los tres
domingos pasados se ensombrece hoy.
Las tres lecturas nos recuerdan el sufrimiento, la muerte y
el pecado. Nosotros, igual que la audiencia de Pedro en la
primera lectura, podemos preguntar, “¿Qué tenemos que
hacer?” Y la respuesta es la misma: Tenemos que convertirnos. O, como Pedro dice en su primera carta, nos hemos
extraviado como las ovejas perdidas y tenemos que regresar al pastor.
En el Evangelio de hoy Jesús se describe a sí mismo
como el pastor y sabemos que fue una de las primeras
imágenes de Cristo en la Iglesia de los apóstoles. El pasaje de hoy continúa el tema más sombrío de las dos primeras lecturas. El peligro acecha y las ovejas necesitan protección. Podrían seguir un guía falso, podrían ser robadas
o destruidas. Sólo con Jesús estarán a salvo. Sólo con Jesús lograremos la vida eterna.
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Costo: $25.00
Este evento apoya y recauda fondos para la construcción de nuestra Nueva Iglesia. Para mas informes, comuníquese con: Lynne Hemmingsen 835-0623 o la
oficina de la Parroquia 835-4560.
BODAS EN GRUPO
¿Han pensado en bendecir su unión
con el Sacramento
del Matrimonio?
La Parroquia de San Bernardo esta promoviendo la celebración de unas bodas
colectivas, para parejas conviviendo juntas y deseen recibir el Sacramento del Matrimonio.
Para mas información por favor comuníquese con
Remedios Barrera al (209) 835-4560 Ext. 188.
St. Bernard’s Parish
We Celebrate Our Confirmandi
Spirit of wisdom and understanding, enlighten our minds to perceive the mysteries of
the universe in relaƟon to eternity. Spirit of right judgment and courage, guide us and
make us firm in our bapƟsmal decision to follow Jesus' way of
love. Spirit of knowledge and reverence, help us to see the lasƟng value of jusƟce and
mercy in our everyday dealings with one another. May we respect life as we work to solve
problems of family and naƟon, economy and ecology. Spirit of God, spark our faith, hope and love into new
acƟon each day. Fill our lives with wonder and awe in your presence which penetrates all creaƟon. Amen.
Justine Abuso
Lizbeth Aguilar
Yocelyn Aguilar
Jacky Alvarez
Pricillia Alvarez
Ramon Andrade
Ryan Andrade
Daniela Angel
Miguel Angel
Kristoffer Aquino
Michelle Arroyo
Kara Asuncion
Julia Ballutay
Michael Balogh
Antonio Bares
Michelle Barragan
Jesus Barraza
Elias Belloso
Allison Beteta
Parker Bonin
Darwin Briseno
Gillann Buena
Marianne Buena
Antonio Bugarin
Guillermo Bugarin Ulloa
Marilynn Bui
Michelle Bui
Karina Cabrera
Johan Calderon
Ashley Camacho
Isabella Capri
Crystal Cardenas
Alex Carter
Stephen Case
Carly Castello
Joshua Castillo
Karl-Joaquin Castillo
Arianna Castillo-Morgado
Madison Castro
Alissa Castro
Omar Castro
Christian Cayabyab
Zelaya Ceja
Beaney Cervantes
Leslie Chavez
Andrew Christensen
Christian Cisneros
Nathan Concepcion
Tristan Concepcion
Cecilia Contreras
Ulices Contreras
Christian Coronel
Arianna Corpuz
Giovany Cruz
Isaiah Cruz
Jonathan Cruz
Mia Cruz
Teresa Cruz
Julissa Cruz-Olguin
Jaime Cuellar
Mateo DaSilva
Meghan DaSilva
David De Anda
Jessica De Vera
Cynthia Diaz
Abel Dorado
Anthony D'Souza
Colton Duke
Jesse Dutra
Michelle Edina
Chaztine Embucado
Alexa Espinoza
Gabriel Estrella
Aaron Fider
Jose Flores
Jesus Flores
Andrew Fontanilla
Lizeth Franco
Andrea Garcia
Gabrielle Garcia
Antonio Gigliotti
Marco Gigliotti
Lesly Godinez
Marco Godinez
Nicolas Gomez
Samantha Gomez
Eduardo Gonzalez
Isabel Gonzalez
Valeria Gonzalez-Larez
Julia Gosiengfiao
Samantha Guanzon
Maria Guerrero
Karina Guizar
Marisela Gutierrez
Janeth Guzman
Jamie Halverson
Bailey Henderson
Cintya Hernandez
Evelyn Hernandez
Jessica Hernandez
Maribel Hernandez
Ryan Herrera
Savannah Hinton
Kristian Ibale
Kristopher Ibale
Karely Iribe Solian
John Jacobson
Lesley Jaime
Inigo Jaque
Maxine Jaque
Estrellita Jimenez
Clare Lawlor
Sonia ledesma
Joseph Lomas
Jennifer Lopez
Sophia Lorusso
Lorenzo Lucero
Dixon Ludden
Francisco Maldonado
Martha Maldonado
St. Bernard’s Parish
Rexella Managbanag
Marck Mandujano
Juan Marin
Jacob Marquez
Joshua Marquez
Maximilian Marrs
Luke Martin
Felipe Martinez
Daniel Miranda
Daniel Monarrez
Vanessa Mora
Nikole Morales
Andrew Moses
Jesse Munoz
Juan Murillo
Patricia Murillo
Alessandra Navas
Charlene Nguyen
Trinity Nguyen
Luis Olmedo
Ricardo Olvera
Blake Ornellas
Jonathan Orozco
Isabella Ovalle
Michaela Ovalle
Joe Padilla-Nunez
Marx John Pena
Joshua Peralta
Yarely Perez
Hugo Picaso Vasquez
Skyler Plascencia
Carlos Plaza
Liseth Plaza
Luz Alondra Puentes
Yadira Ramirez
Cesar Ramos
Jesus Renteria
Gonzalo Rios
Shively Rivera
Vanessa Rivera
Hugo Rodriguez
Faith Roe
Megan Roe
Marisol Romero
Maritza Romero
Angel Romero
Matthew Rosario
Gloria Rosas
Isidro Rosas-Cano
Adrian Ruiz
Enrique Ruiz
Manuel Salas
Jorge Salazar
Karla Salazar
Raul Salazar
Sebastian Salinas
Diana Sanchez
Joshua Sanchez
Osvaldo Sanchez
Crystal Santa Elena
Leila Santana
Stephanie Segur
John Paul Joaquin Seitz
Leonel Serrano
Sophia Serrano
Biridiana Silva
Jesus Silva
Matthew Silva
Daniel Silveira
Mikala Slotnick
Nicole Sotelo
Juan Soto
Brittney Sousa
Humberto Suarez
Diego Suarez
Marco-Vincent Tejidor
Navarro Tienda
Aliyah Tijero
Marco Tinoco
Javier Topete
Issac Torres
Monique Trejo
Gabriela Trujillo
Hudson Tsang
Luis Ureno
Luis Valdez
Raymond Valdivia
Elvia Valdivia
Alana Valenzuela
Stephanie Valenzuela-Cortes
Jonathan Valle
LucyAna Valles
Alexa Van Os
Bryan Vasquez
Ulysses Vasquez
Andy Velazquez
Mario Vieira
Damian Villagran-Gonzalez
Eduardo Villarreal
Gabriella Villarreal
Jered Wong
Jesus Zapien
Ariana Zarate
A Prayer for Young Adults
Gracious and Loving God,
Help these young men and women to be a
light for all the world to see, in all the places
they live and work.
Let their light shine for all peoples:
for their families,
for their church communiƟes,
for their cultures and socieƟes,
for the economic and poliƟcal systems,
for the whole world.
Coming into the room where the disciples
were gathered aŌer the resurrecƟon,
“Jesus, your son, said: ‘Peace be with
you’” (Jn 20:21)
Make these men and women bearers of
Christ’s peace. Teach them the meaning of
what was said on the mountain:
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they
shall be called sons and daughters of
God” (cf Mt 5:9)
Send them, Father, as you sent your son: to
free their brothers and sisters from fear and
sin. We ask this of you, in Christ’s name.
Amen.
Asapted from the Papal Homily for World Youth Day 1995, Manila
St. Bernard’s Parish
Pastoral Council
Chuck Tuso (Chairman)
Louie Serrato (Vice-Chairman)
Diane Traina (Secretary)
ScoƩ Arganbright
Nilma Cayetano
BridgeƩ Madruga
Chris MarƟn
Rosa I Rodriguez
Roberto Santos
Terry Tennyson
Lilia Vazquez
2014 Pastoral Council Candidates
Elections will be held the weekend of May 17/18 during all Masses.
Photos and information about the candidates are posted in the
Vestibule & at the entrance of Holy Family Center.
Jim Abell - My wife, her mom, and I moved to Tracy in November, 2012 after living in
Johnsburg, Il. for 32 years. While in Johnsburg I was very active in our parish serving as a Eucharist Minister, School Board, Youth Ministry, Confirmation preparation, and many committees and ministries. Even before we arrived at St Bernard's, I was very excited to be coming
here. When I heard St Bernard's had the Life Teen Program for high school students I was very
happy. I could not wait to settle in and get involved. Once were here, it took a little longer to
get moved in and settled than we thought, but we began getting acquainted with the ministries
of St Bernard's. I am now an active Greeter, Eucharist Minister, Religious Ed. Teacher, and a
member of the Youth Group. I have been so pleased to find all of the great activities and ministries such as Faith, Friends, and Cabernet and Faith on Tap. With our parish being the only
one in Tracy and serving a population of over 80,000 there is a lot of work to do. I am excited
to be a part of the future here and hope to be able to serve as we continue to grow and minister
in this wonderful community. I am very excited about the prospect of moving forward with our
Holy Family Center. With over 7,000 families currently on our census, with about 3,000 active,
we have a lot of evangelizing to do. I want to be a part of this process and helping to grow St
Bernard's.
My name is Miguel Chao. I was born and raised in Tracy and returned 10 years ago with a
family after college and my career took me to the Bay Area and Southern California for a number of years. I’ve had a 24 year long career with the Chevron Corporation in a variety of engineering, operations, and management roles including leading teams in the US and Latin America. My focus in life is my faith, my role as a husband, and my role as a father to two teenage
sons. I have many friends and family within St. Bernard’s community which have supported
and strengthened me in my journey as a Catholic and I have an interest in growing our catholic
way of life for current and future generations. Service to our Parish community has been a focus for our family. My wife, Patricia, and I are Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist and
my sons, Miguel and Roberto, are Altar Servers. In addition, Patricia and I have been involved
in St. Bernard’s Pro-life Ministry. In the recent past, Patricia was privileged to serve both on
the Pastoral Council and the Parent Teacher Club of St. Bernard’s School. As a member of the
Knights of Columbus – Tracy Council, and its Financial Secretary up until recently, I have
worked with many wonderful catholic men and their families to support our priests and to raise
funds for local charities. I would be honored to continue my commitment to service if elected
as a member of the Pastoral Council.
St. Bernard’s Parish
My name is Daisy Dabandan. My family and I have been members of our parish for 12
years. Being a Sr. Consulting Manager for Oracle Financials Systems is my day job. I, with
my family, have had the privilege of serving in the music ministry at the 4pm Mass for the past
10 years. My husband and I are also active members and Household Leaders of “Couples for
Christ” (CFC), a recognized ministry in our Parish and by the Pontifical Council for the Laity.
We recently accepted the call to be Parent Coordinators for “Singles for Christ” in Central Valley. Our daughters serve as Cantor, Lector, and Eucharistic Minister. Our family carries within
us a heart of service and deep love for our faith. We are grateful for the chance to bring to the
parish, Scott Hahn’s Bible Study Series, which is open to all parishioners. The call to serve on
the Parish Council is indeed humbling. I hope and pray I will provide valuable insight in the
collaborative work to which the entire parish is called. I hope to fulfill my specific role to best
serve the life, ministry, and operation of the parish. Thank you and God bless.
My name is Alberto Estudillo, I have been married to my wife Lorena for 13 years. We
have 3 wonderful children: Bryan, 11; Brandon, 9; and Kimberly, 6. Currently I am the coordinator for the Lectors of the Spanish Masses and along with my wife, members of the Spanish
Marriage Preparation Team (PreCana). My wife and I became Lectors approximately 7 years
ago and have been involved in Spanish Marriage Preparation for the last 2 1/2 years. Our children have loved being a part of the Parish’s Faith Formation Program. Thank you for your consideration. May the Lord Bless You.
My name is Randy Pineda. I have lived in Tracy and have been a part of St. Bernard’s
Parish since 2006. I’m married to Rubee and we have three children. Our whole family serves
in parish choirs, singing or playing musical instruments. We’re members of Couples for Christ
(CFC), a family ministry that focuses on evangelization. My wife and I are the coordinators
for CFC-Youth for the whole Central Valley. We currently have over 100 teens from Tracy,
Mountain House, Lathrop, Manteca, Stockton, and Modesto. Our mission at CFC-Youth is,
“Young People Being and Bringing Christ Wherever They Are”. We help them deepen their
faith and relationship with Jesus Christ so they can share it with others. If elected, it would be
an honor to serve the parish as a member of the Pastoral Council.
My name is Jeff Ramsey, I have been married to my wife, Kim, for 33 years. I have 3 adult
sons and five grandchildren. I retired from The Alameda County Fire Department in 2009 after
32 years. I was baptized here at St. Bernard’s at the Easter Vigil in 1991. All three of our sons
attended St. Bernard’s School. Currently I volunteer at Tracy Interfaith Ministries and I am a
Eucharistic Minister. I have a very deep love for our Lord and in as much a very deep commitment to the Parish of St. Bernard’s and St. Bernard’s School. Thank you for your consideration
to represent you on the Pastoral Council.
My name is Debbie Rinaldo and I have been blessed with parents who instilled the importance of faith in me from day one. I've had the pleasure of growing up as a member of the
St. Bernard's Church since the age of two. And now, as a mom of two girls attending St. Bernard's School, my husband, Jimmy, and I are proud to instill the gift of faith in our daughters.
Professionally, I'm a Community Outreach Coordinator for a local hospital. My skills of working collaboratively with others to address community health concerns will support the Pastoral
Council's effort in enhancing the spiritual health of our St. Bernard's Family. It would be a
privilege to give to the glory of God through the Council's work and support our wonderful
parish and all the future generations of parishioners to come. Thank you for your consideration
and God bless.

Documentos relacionados