December 13, 2015 - St. Martin de Porres

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December 13, 2015 - St. Martin de Porres
St.MartindePorresCatholicChurch
26160RanchRoad12,P.O.Box1062DrippingSprings,Texas78620
512-858-5667
fax:512-858-1467 AfterHoursEmergencyNumber512-618-9691 www.stmartindp.org
of [email protected] Of iceHoursMonday–Friday:9:00a.m.–4:00p.m.
Psalm147:3"Hehealsthebrokenheartedandbindsuptheirwounds”
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Masses
Weekends:
Saturday5:00pm
Sunday8:15,11:00am,5:00pm
(Spanish)1:30pm
Weekdays
Tuesday-Thursday 5:30p.m.
Friday
12:00pm
ParishStaff
Rev.CharlieGarza
-Pastor
[email protected]
DanPearson
-Deacon
[email protected]
EdwardRositas
[email protected]
-Deacon
JudyTixier
-BusinessManager
[email protected]
KevinKapchinski
-DirectorofFaithFormation
[email protected]
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MicheleVanNostrand
-CoordinatorofChildren’s
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FaithFormation
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ThomasDale
-DirectorofMusic
[email protected]
MaryGomez
-ClergyAdministrativeAsst.
of [email protected]
LauraZordilla
-CoordinatorofParish
[email protected] Communications
ThoseseekingadeeperrelationshipwithChristthroughmembershipinthe
RomanCatholicChurchareguidedthroughtheRiteofChristianInitiationof
Adults(RCIA)process.Thisyear-roundprocessalwayswelcomesnew
participants:thosewhoareunbaptized;thosebaptizedCatholic,but
uncatechized,neverhavingcelebratedFirstCommunionandCon irmation;
andthosebaptizedinanotherChristiantradition.FullyinitiatedCatholicsare
alwaysneededtoserveassponsorsforthoseinterestedinbecomingCatholic.
Formoreinformation,pleasecontacttheparishof iceat512-858-5667or
of [email protected]“Comeandsee!”(John1:39)
SacramentofReconciliation
Friday
11:30am—12:00pm
Saturday
4:00–4:45pm
Tuesday
6:00—7:30pm
-orbyappointment
ConfessionScheduleforAdventinsidebulletin
SacramentofBaptism
Parishionerswhowishtohavetheirchildren
baptizedatSt.Martin’smustattendthebaptism
preparationclass.
Childrenofnon-parishionersmaybebaptizedhere,
providedthatthereisafamilyconnectionwitha
registeredparishionerofSt.Martin’s.Nonparishionersmustbringaletterfromtheirpastor,
givingpermissionforthePriestoroneofthe
Deaconstobaptizetheirchild.Parentsmustalso
showproofthattheyhaveattendedbaptismalclasseseitherattheirparishoratSt.Martin’s.
Atleastonegodparent/sponsormustbeafullyinitiatedpracticingCatholic.
SacramentofMarriage
Contacttheparishof iceatleastsixmonthsprior
totheanticipatedweddingdate.Noweddingdate
canbesetuntilthecouplemeetswithoneofthe
deacons.
SacramentoftheAnointingoftheSick
Thosewhoareseriouslyill;elderlyindividuals
whoareweakened;thosefacingorrecovering
fromsurgery;childrenwhoaresick;orpregnant
womenmayparticipateintheSacrament
celebratedfollowinganyMass.PleaseletthePriest
know,orbyappointment.
This weekend we celebrate Gaudate Sunday or how we are called to rejoice. As we reflect on the joy that this weekend's readings
call us to, it is good to reflect on the meaning of the Advent wreath and how it leads us to rejoice.
The Advent candles readily demonstrate the strong contrast between darkness and light. In the Bible, Christ is referred to as the
“Light of the World” contrasted with the darkness of sin. Human history spanned long ages before our prophesied Savior would
finally make his appearance, and with him God’s promise to make all things new through him. As his Advent, or “coming,” draws
nearer another candle is lit, each candle dispelling the darkness a little more. Thus, the Advent wreath helps us to spiritually contemplate the great drama of salvation history that surrounds the birth of God Incarnate who comes to redeem the human race. In this
weekend's Gospel, St. John the Baptist instructs the people on how to avoid sin and so dispel the darkness in their lives. We too
during this season of Advent need to reflect on the darkness we struggle with and how we can let Christ's light in more fully.
The circular shape of the wreath, without beginning or end, symbolizes God’s complete and unending love for us—a love that sent
his Son into the world to redeem us from the curse of sin. It also represents eternal life which becomes ours through faith in Jesus
Christ. This love allows us to rejoice as St. Paul calls us to in the Second Reading.
The Advent Wreath traditionally holds four candles which are lit, one at a time, on each of the four Sundays of the Advent season. Each candle represents 1,000 years. Added together, the four candles symbolize the 4,000 years that humanity waited for the
world’s Savior—from Adam and Eve to Jesus, whose birth was foretold in the Old Testament.
This Third Sunday of Advent symbolizes Joy with the rose candle reminding us of the Joy the world experienced at the coming
birth of Jesus. On this day we celebrate that our waiting for the birth of Jesus on Christmas day is almost over. Rose is a liturgical
color that is used to signify joy, so we light the single rose candle on the third Sunday of Advent and the priest wears rose vestments.
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Thank you to all who attended the Advent Mission with Fr. Matthew Kinney this past weekend. I appreciate everyone helping to
make Fr. Matthew feel welcome. I am also grateful to everyone who helped make our Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrations a success. This year we are starting a new tradition of Las Posadas and I hope you will be able to join us. Information is in this bulletin
on the Posadas dates, time and location.
This Thursday, December 17th is our Advent Penance Service at 7 PM in the Church. We will have five priests available to hear
your confession so it is an excellent opportunity to make a good confession before Christmas.
Let us rejoice always!
Fr. Charlie
Texas Trotters
Aging religious need your help. In the United States today,
there are more than 33,000 senior Catholic sisters, brothers, and
religious order priests. These religious worked tirelessly in the
Catholic schools, hospitals, and agencies, usually for little to no
pay. As a result many religious communities lack adequate
savings for retirement and eldercare. Your gift to today’s
collection for the Retirement Fund for Religious helps provide
medications, nursing care, and more. Please be generous.
Low Gluten Altar Breads are available for Mass.
Ingredients: Wheat starch, water less than 0.01% gluten content.
Please notify the sacristan or usher before Mass if you want the
low gluten host.
The St. Martin de Porres senior group, the Texas Trotters, will
be meeting after the noon Mass on January 8th. We will have a
brown bag lunch and plan future activities. For more
information contact Donna Miller, 512-301-7811.
Texas Trotters annual potluck lunch and Quilt giveaway.
SCOUTS
Share a Hobby or Profession with Area Youth. Troop 280 is
looking for adults with a desire to share their knowledge and
passion for their profession or hobby with our area youth (ages
13 – 18). Times are flexible and can be scheduled as a clinic or
as a series of meetings.
If any of the following are your profession or serious hobby
please call Charlie DeWitt 512-434-9557 to discuss this
opportunity. First Aid, Citizenship, Communications, Personal
Fitness, Emergency Preparedness, Cooking, Environmental
Science, Personal Management, Swimming, Hiking, Cycling,
and many other areas. More information is available at:
www.scouting.org/scoutsource/BoyScouts/
GuideforMeritBadgeCounselors.aspx
FAITH FORMATION
Children's Christmas Choir rehearsals will be held in the church
on the following dates: Sunday, December 20 - 12:15 p.m. - 1:00
p.m. (Party to follow in the Parish Hall until 2:30 p.m.)
Come hear our Children's Choir sing before the Children's
Christmas Eve Mass beginning at 4:00 p.m.
Happy 20th Anniversary!
Fr. Charlie, the deacons and parish staff would
like to wish our Knights of Columbus Council
11695 a Happy 20 Year Anniversary! Our St.
Martin de Porres KC Council is celebrating the
20th year of its founding on December 14th. We
are very grateful for all the wonderful things that
the Knights of Columbus do at our parish. The Knights of
Columbus helped us Spread the Light of Christ this year by
putting up our light Christmas tree outside the Church.
For more information on how to become a Knight contact call
our Membership Chairman, Mike Duke at 512-999-0213.
In today’s Gospel John the Baptist says, “Whoever
has two cloaks should share with the person who
has none. And whoever has food should do likewise …”
Christmas is a time of love and gift giving…Thank you for
sharing your abundance by giving a financial gift to
the SVdP so that those who do not have can share in the
blessings of Christmas.
Our families who received Christmas gifts for their children and
HEB gift cards for food were extremely grateful to our generous
parishioners who took time to provide gifts for them. God Bless
You!
Special Needs (ext. 209):
Pantry: Canned or Packaged Chicken, Tuna, Soups, Ravioli,
Chili, Spaghetti & Meatballs, Kernel Corn, Pinto Beans, Refried
Beans, Peas, Carrots, Mac & Cheese; Peanut Butter, Spagghettios, Pasta, Cheese/Peanut Butter Crackers, Oatmeal, Cereal
Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference (DCYC)
January 29-31st
Come and worship with over 2,000 of your closest Catholic
friends from all over the Diocese of Austin! Forms are online on
the parish website and available in the office. Deposit is $100
due with the forms. Spots are limited.
An ACTS Retreat allows an opportunity for
each person to focus on his or her faith and its
application in daily life, to build purpose in
one’s prayer life, to increase their presence at
the liturgy, and to cultivate friendships among
members of the Church community.
The retreat begins Thursday evening at 5:30 pm, with check-in
at St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church, and ends Sunday at the
11:00 am Mass. Immediately following the Mass, r etr eatants
will share a meal of fellowship in the parish hall with their
families and other members of the parish community. Round
trip transportation to and from the retreat center will be
provided.
WOMEN’S RETREAT
January 28 - 31, 2016
MEN’S RETREAT
February 4 - 7, 2016
For further information regarding the Retreat contact
Mary Pomeroy for the Women’s Retreat
512-567-6106
Bruce Cloud for the Men’s Retreat
512-422-2912
Registration forms are on the Narthex pamphlet rack.
Advent Holy Hour
Evening Prayer and Reflection offered by Geoff Unger
Wednesday – December 16th
6:15 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. - Chapel
Confessions
Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays – 5:00 p.m. – 5:25 p.m.
Tuesdays - 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Fridays – 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.
Saturdays – 4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Sunday, December 13th & 20th: 2:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m.
No confessions on December 24th & 25th
Thursday, December 24th:
4:00 p.m. – Children’s Choir
4:30 p.m. - Children’s Mass
6:30 p.m. – Blue Mass
Remembrance of the Deceased (Everyone is invited)
8:30 p.m. - Christmas Vigil Mass (Spanish)
11:00 p.m. – Christmas Concert
12:00 a.m. - Midnight Mass
Wednesday, December 25th:
10:00 a.m. - Christmas Mass (English)
NO MASS on the evening of December 25th
The office will be closed Thursday, December 24th
through Monday, December 28th
Parish Advent Penance Service
Thursday, December 17th - 7:00 p.m.
(5 Priests will be available)
Mary, Mother of God
Mass Schedule
Thursday, Vigil Mass on
December 31st
5:30 p.m.
Friday, January 1st
12:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. in Spanish
The office will be closed Friday, January 1, 2016
Las Posadas in the Parish Hall
All are welcome!
December 16th from 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
December 17th – 23rd from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
December 24th – 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Las Posadas is a wonderful 400+ year old Advent celebration in
many Latin countries. For nine days, from December 16-24, the
faithful prepare for Christmas by acting out and reliving the
days Mary and Joseph experienced as they journeyed to
Bethlehem as told in the Gospels. They traveled from place to
place seeking rest, only to be rejected, causing the Baby Jesus
to be born in a manger. Participants sing Christmas carols, play
the parts of Mary and Joseph and conclude with piñatas for the
kids!
Please assist us with adorning the altar for the
Christmas season by purchasing a poinsettia
plant for $10, per name, in memory of
someone or for a special intention.
Please Neatly Print the name of the person (s)
to be remembered and enclose your check or
cash with this form.
In Memory of: ______________________________________
Or for the a special intention: __________________________
You may drop this in the collection basket or return it to the
Parish Office to the attention of Mary Gomez. All the names of
those to be remembered or honored will be included in the
Christmas bulletin. Deadline to submit - Decmeber 15, 2015
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURER
FY 7/1/15—6/30/16
Envelopes, loose checks, and cash.
Offertory - December 5-6
Mass Attendance
November WeShare
November Debt Collection
November Society of St. Vincent de Paul
All Saints
Catholic Campaign for Human Development
$ 8,416
924
$16,983
$17,782
$ 4,216
$ 1,040
$ 1,455
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Second Collections in December:
December 13
Retired Clergy & Religious
December 20
SSVdP
December 25
Christmas
January 1
Solemnity of Mary
All collections are available on WeShare
Online Giving via WeShare!
Our parish uses an Online Giving system called WeShare that is
strengthening stewardship as well as making it
easier for
members to support our parish. If you would like to enroll,
please visit our web page www.stmartindp.org and click on
the WeShare link.
If you have any questions about the program or setting up your
account, don’t hesitate to call our parish office at 512-858-5667
x202.
All collections are on WeShare, including Registration fees
for Faith Formation classes.
Stock Gifts: As a r eminder , if par ishioner s want to make
donations through stock gifts, contact Lisa Rosenberger at (512)
949-2450 or [email protected]
The Sanctuary Candles will burn from Saturday, December 12
thru Friday, December 25:
Church
Henry James Monaghan
Karen Monaghan
Chapel:
Henry James Monaghan
Karen Monaghan
READINGS & MASSES 12/12–12/20/2015
Saturday
12/12
Sanctuary Candle
A Sanctuary Candle burns in the Church and the
Chapel to
indicate the presence of our Lord.
The candle burns for 14 days and then is replaced by a new candle. If you would like to donate a candle in
memory of a loved one or as a thanksgiving offering (“on the
occasion of…”In honor of…,”) please contact the parish office.
The name(s) or occasion will be listed in the Sunday bulletin.
We ask for a $15 donation.
Sunday
12/13
Monday
12/14
Tuesday
12/15
Wednesday
12/16
Thursday
12/17
Friday
12/18
Saturday
12/19
Sunday
12/20
6:00 am - Laura Zordilla
5:00 pm - +Maria Delores Betancourt
8:15 am - +Guadalupe Perez
11:00 am - SMdP Parishioners
1:30 pm - Diane Flores
5:00 pm - + Janice Domingue
NO MASS
5:30 pm - Jeannie & Daniel Pehl Family
5:30 pm - +Shirley Melton Johnson
5:30 pm - Cynthia J ohnson
12:00 pm - +Mike & Elizabeth Malinowski
5:00 pm - +Paul Curtis
8:15 am - +Fr. Jerry Smith
11:00 am - +Marie D. Huyen
1:30 pm - +Fabiola Padron
5:00 pm - SMdP Parishioners
The app includes "The Blessing of the Advent Wreath" prayer,
under the "Prayers" button; also, a special “Advent” button has
been added on the main page. Both additions will give you the
opportunity to further guide you through spiritual prayer and
reflection this Advent Season.
Visit our parish website at
www.stmartindp.org for Daily
Advent Reflections with
Bishop Robert Barron.
AN ADVENT PRAYER
May the God of peace make us completely holy.
May God keep us blameless in spirit, soul and body
for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Forever faithful is the One who calls us—God our Father!
Expectant, let us live in joyful hope
for the revelation of the glory
of our God and Savior, Christ Jesus!
To him be glory forever!
Come, Lord Jesus! Your grace be with us all.
—From Come, Lord Jesus by Lucien Deiss, CSSp, copyright 1976, 1981, Lucien Deiss. Published by World Library Publications. p. 127
La corona o guirnalda de Adviento es el primer anuncio de Navidad. La palabra ADVIENTO es de origen latín y quiere decir
VENIDA. Es el tiempo en que los cristianos nos preparamos para la venida de Jesucristo. El tiempo de adviento abarca cuatro
semanas antes de Navidad.
La corona de adviento encuentra sus raíces en las costumbres pre-cristianas de los germanos (Alemania). Durante el frío y la oscuridad de diciembre, colectaban coronas de ramas verdes y encendían fuegos como señal de esperanza en la venida de la primavera.
Pero la corona de adviento no representa una concesión al paganismo sino, al contrario, es un ejemplo de la cristianización de la
cultura. Lo viejo ahora toma un nuevo y pleno contenido en Cristo. El vino para hacer todas las cosas nuevas.
Los cristianos supieron apreciar la enseñanza de Jesús: Juan 8,12: “Yo soy la luz del mundo; el que me siga no caminará en la oscuridad, sino que tendrá la luz de la vida.”. La luz que prendemos en la oscuridad del invierno nos recuerda a Cristo que vence la oscuridad. Nosotros, unidos a Jesús, también somos luz: Mateo 5,14 “Vosotros sois la luz del mundo. No puede ocultarse una ciudad
situada en la cima de un monte."
En el siglo XVI católicos y protestantes alemanes utilizaban este símbolo para celebrar el adviento: Aquellas costumbres primitivas
contenían una semilla de verdad que ahora podía expresar la verdad suprema: Jesús es la luz que ha venido, que está con nosotros y
que vendrá con gloria. Las velas anticipan la venida de la luz en la Navidad: Jesucristo.
La corona de adviento se hace con follaje verde sobre el que se insertan cuatro velas. Tres velas son violeta, una es rosa. El primer
domingo de adviento encendemos la primera vela y cada domingo de adviento encendemos una vela más hasta llegar a la Navidad.
La vela rosa corresponde al tercer domingo y representa el gozo. Mientras se encienden las velas se hace una oración, utilizando
algún pasaje de la Biblia y se entonan cantos. Esto lo hacemos en las misas de adviento y también es recomendable hacerlo en casa,
por ejemplo antes o después de la cena. Si no hay velas de esos colores aún se puede hacer la corona ya que lo más importante es el
significado: la luz que aumenta con la proximidad del nacimiento de Jesús quien es la Luz del Mundo.
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Gracias a todos que ayudaron en la Celebración de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Fue una gran bendición de celebrar esta fiesta tan
importante con nuestra comunidad. También gracias a todos que participaron con la Misión de Adviento con Padre Mateo Kinney.
Que todos tienen un bien Domingo de Gaudate o de la Alegría!
Padre Charlie
Fondo para la Jubilación de Religiosos
Los religioso y religiosas ancianos necesitan de la ayuda de
usted. En los Estados Unidos hay hoy día mas de 33,000
religiosas, religiosos y sacerdotes de ordenes religiosas ya
ancianos. Ellos trabajaron sin descanso en escuelas, hospitales y
agencias de servicio social católicos, muchas veces con poco o
ningún salario. Como resultado , muchas comunidades religiosas
ahora carecen de fondos para su jubilación y cuidado geriátrico.
Su donativo hoy al Fondo para la Jubilación de Religiosos ayuda
con las recetas medicas, cuidados de enfermería y mas. Sean
generosos.
Le invitamos a que venga a pasar una hora con Cristo. Las horas
de Adoración son de lunes a viernes de 5am - 11pm en la capilla.
ORACIÓN PARA EL ADVIENTO
Que el Dios de paz nos haga totalmente santos.
Que conserve nuestro espíritu sin mancha,
cuerpo y alma,
hasta la llegada de nuestro Señor, Jesucristo.
El que nos invita es siempre fiel —Dios nuestro Padre.
Vivamos en esperanza gozosa
de la revelación de la gloria
de nuestro Dios y Salvador, Jesucristo.
Que sea glorificado por siempre.
Ven Señor Jesús. Que tu gracia esté en todos nosotros.
—De Oraciones Biblicas, p. 11 por Lucien Deiss, CSSp, copyright
1979, Lucien Deiss. Publicado por World Library Publications.
Navidad
2015 Calendario de Adviento y Navidad
jueves 24 de diciembre
4:00 p.m. – Coro de niños (Ingles)
4:30 p.m. – Misa de niños (Ingles)
6:30 p.m. – Misa Azul (Ingles)
Recuerdo de los difuntos (Todos están invitados)
8:30 p.m. – Vigilia Misa (Español)
11:00 p.m. – Concertó de Navidad
12:00 a.m. – Misa de Gallo (Ingles)
miércoles 25 de diciembre:
10:00 a.m. – Misa de Navidad (Ingles)
No hay Misa en la tarde del 25 de diciembre
Servicio Penitencial de Adviento
jueves 17 de diciembre - 7:00 p.m.
(5 Sacerdotes estarán disponibles para oír confesiones)
En el Salón parroquial
16 de diciembre de
7:45 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
17 – 23 de diciembre de
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
24 de diciembre – 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
María Madre de Dios
jueves,
Vigilia el 31 de diciembre
5:30 p.m. (Ingles)
viernes 1 de enero
12:00 p.m. (Ingles)
7:00 p.m. in (Español)
Confesiones
martes, miércoles, jueves– 5:00 p.m. – 5:25 p.m.
martes - 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
viernes – 11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.
Sábados – 4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
domingos 13 & 20 de diciembre - 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
No habrá confesiones el 24 & 25 de diciembre
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