January 22

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January 22
St. Bernard Catholic Faith Community
2516 WEST AVENUE 33 – (323) 255-6142 – LOS ANGELES, CA 90065
E-mail:
[email protected]
Rev. Perry Leiker, Parish Administrator
Rev. Msgr. Patrick McNulty, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Msgr. Gerald McSorley, Pastor Emeritus
Rev. Paul Henson, O. Carm.
CHURCH OFFICE/OFICINA DE LA IGLESIA
ST. BERNARD SCHOOL
2500 West Avenue 33 – (323) 255-6142
3254 Verdugo Road – (323) 256-4989
Fax – (323) 255-2351
PRINCIPAL: Mrs. Margaret Samaniego
PARISH MANAGER: Mario López
SAFEGUARD THE CHILDREN COMMITTEE: Jun Ballada (213)236-4829, Remy Baluyut (323)478-0001
Web Sites:
www.stbernardla.cc
www.facebook.com/stbla
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION OFFICE – Remy Baluyut, Director
OFICINA DE EDUCACION RELIGIOSA
2515 West Avenue 33 – (323) 256-6242
MASS SCHEDULE/HORARIO DE MISAS
Sunday in English
Vigil Mass: Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am and 9:30 am
Domingo en Español
11:00 am y 12:30 pm
Weekdays – 8:00 am
CONFESSIONS/CONFESIONES
Saturdays: 3:30 pm — 4:30 pm
Thursdays: 6:30 pm — 7:00 pm
WEDDINGS/BODAS
Please call the church office at least six months in advance.
Favor de llamar la oficina de la iglesia a lo menos seis meses en
adelante.
BAPTISMS/BAUTISMOS
Saturday & Sundays
Call church office for information
Sábados y Domingos
Llame a la oficina de la iglesia para más información.
ROSARY – WEDNESDAY – 6:30 PM ENGLISH
MARTES – 6:00 PM ESPAÑOL
MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA
WITH MASS – WEDNESDAY – 7:00 PM
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 22, 2012
THE TIME IS SHORT
BELIEVE IN THE GOOD NEWS
A sense of urgency is reflected in all of today’s
readings. Jonah warns the Ninevites, “Forty days more and
Nineveh shall be destroyed.” Paul reminds the Corinthians
that “time is running out.” Jesus proclaims that “this is the
time of fulfillment.” There is no denying that we humans
tend to respond more readily to an urgent request; we
seem to be much more motivated by something that must
be done right now. This tendency makes it all too easy to
put off less urgent things: “Oh, we’ve got time for that
later.”
For the people in Jonah’s day, for the people of
Jesus’ time and Paul’s time, the end was believed to be
imminent. The words of the prophets and reformers
frequently tried to evoke a sense of urgency.
We don’t know, of course, how much time we have as
individuals or as nations to reform our ways, but it’s safe
to say that there’s less time left today than there was
yesterday. Today’s readings may be inviting us to revise
our priorities.
Jesus’ urgent message to the people of Galilee
contains two important declarative statements. The
command to “repent” is commonly heard. Far less
common is a command that requires the hearer to have
faith. Yet Jesus says, “Believe in the gospel” (Mark 1:15).
This is not a request or a suggestion. He does not say, “I
hope you can believe” or “Would you consider
believing?” Baptized Christians, believers by definition,
are to live their lives as if their beliefs mattered. That is
why we must repent as well as believe. Whatever our
calling in life, our families, neighbors, friends, and
co-workers should all be able to tell that we believe in the
gospel by the way we live the gospel. Time is too short to
do otherwise.
Today’s Readings: Jonah 3:1–5, 10; Psalm 25:4–9; 1 Corinthians
7:29–31; Mark 1:14–20
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St. Bernard Church
January 22, 2012
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 22, 2012
The kingdom of God is at hand.
Repent, and believe in the gospel.
— Mark 1:15
If one thing is certain in life it is
probably this. We all make mistakes.
We all make choices that are wrong for
us. We all have a need to repent and
change our ways. The Scriptures are
full of the call to repent and to believe. But the other
thing that is even more important is that God is always
full of mercy and forgiveness. Furthermore, when we
receive God’s mercy and engage his kindness and
love, healing and new life always come to us. It is no
surprise that the very first words out of Jesus’ mouth
after he is baptized in the Jordan are: "This is the time
of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent,
and believe in the gospel." In these words the healing
and new life are even included and are very evident.
Repenting and believing will bring about awareness
and participation in this time of fulfillment. The kingdom
of God will bring fulfillment NOW!
Fr. Perry Leiker
COMPANION HOSPICE
FREE VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Be a member of the caring hospice team in your community!
Assist the team by providing comfort, compassion and caring in
a non-judgmental and supportive way. Affirm life and treat
dying as a special and unique part of the life process.
Saturdays February 4th—25th from 9:00am to 1:00pm
320 No. Halstead St. Ste. 100, Pasadena
More info. 626-247-2270 or [email protected]
RETROUVAILLE
A Lifeline for Marriage - Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vi
with a long i) helps couples through difficult times in their
marriages. It is designed to provide the tools to help get your
marriage back on track. It will give you the opportunity to
rediscover each other and examine your lives together in a new
and positive way. This program has helped 10's of 1000's of
couples experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including
disillusionment and deep misery. For confidential information
about or to register for the next program, beginning with a
weekend on February 17-19, 2012 call (661)257-7980 or email:
[email protected] or visit the web site at
www.HelpOurMarriage.com
BUNDLE SUNDAY
The St. Vincent de Paul Society will have their truck here on
Saturday and Sunday, February 4th and 5th to receive
donations of any useable items including clothing, household
goods, small appliances or furniture pieces, books, toys,
tools, kitchenware anything and everything in working,
useable condition. Please help us to help people who are in
need. For large items please call (323)224-6280.
NEW (REVISED) TRANSLATION FOR THE MASS:
(Introduction to the 3rd Edition of the Roman Missal, section
2, The Different Elements of the Mass) #47 The Entrance -
When the people are gathered, and as the Priest enters
with the Deacon and ministers, the Entrance Chant
begins. Its purpose is to open the celebration, foster the
unity of those who have been gathered, introduce their
thoughts to the mystery of the liturgical time or festivity,
and accompany the procession of the Priest and ministers.
If there is no singing at the Entrance, the antiphon given
in the Missal is recited either by the faithful, or by some
of them, or by a reader; otherwise, it is recited by the
Priest himself, who may even adapt it as an introductory
explanation. (United States Conference of Bishop site:
http://old.usccb.org/romanmissal/ Go to ’sample texts’
then to ’General Instruction of the Roman Missal GIRM)
TOGETHER IN MISSION
We formally close our Together in Mission 2011 before we
begin in February the 2012 pledges. This is an annual campaign
that supports our local missions, that is, the churches and
schools that cannot exist without some assistance. Catholics are
always supportive of missions. We reach out across the globe
to give prayerful and monetary assistance to missions in many
difference countries because we want to help out brothers and
sisters everywhere to grow in faith. Our local missions surround
us. Our own school receives assistance and is, in some sense,
one of our mission schools. Your generous pledges make a
huge difference in the opportunity for our faith to grow and
deepen for so many fellow Catholics. Thank you!
“250 CLUB”
The tickets for the “250 Club” are now being sold at the
church office. An investment of $20 for the year will give you
the opportunity to win $250. There will be a monthly drawing
starting in January through December of 2012. For more
information you may call Anita Fueconcillo at (323)255-5786.
Please join us each day in praying for the priest of the day.
Favor de orar por nuestros sacerdotes.
Monday: Rev. Gregory Elmer, O.S.B.
Tuesday: Rev. Fidelis Omeaku
Wednesday: Rev. Dismas Sayre, O.P.
Thursday: Rev. Galo Espinosa, O.A.R.
Friday: Rev. Paul Manzano
Saturday: Rev. Michael Ohanete, A.C.
Sunday: Rev. Adrian San Juan
Come to the Pastoral Center parking lot today
and enjoy delicious Mexican food served by
the Guadalupano Group.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
St. Bernard Church
TURN AROUND BUS TRIP
The Holy Name Society invites you to Fantasy Springs Casino in
Palm Springs this Saturday Jan. 28. The cost is $40.00 with $45
for slot free play. The bus leaves 8:00am and departes from the
casino at 4:00pm. For reservation call Anita Fueconcillo at
(323)255-5786, or Jun Apin (323)254-9494.
FEAST DAYS/DIAS FESTIVOS
Tuesday/Martes — St. Frances de Sales/San Francisco de Sales
Thursday/Jueves — St. Timothy and Titus/San Timoteo y Tito
Friday/Viernes — St. Angela Merici/Santa Ángela Meríci
Saturday/Sábado — St. Thomas Aquinas/Santo Tomás de Aquino
READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY
First Reading — Moses spoke to all the people, saying: “A
prophet like me will the LORD, your God, raise up for
you” (Deuteronomy 18:15-20).
Psalm — If today you hear his voice, harden not your
hearts (Psalm 95).
Second Reading — Brothers and sisters: I should like you
to be free of anxieties (1 Corinthians 7:32-35).
Gospel — The people were astonished at Jesus’ teaching
(Mark 1:21-28).
Liturgical Color: Green
1/23 8:00am — James Ho — RIP
1/24 8:00am — Renita Palo — RIP
1/25 8:00am — Normy Winfrey — In thanksgiving!
7:00pm — Lolita Cabral — RIP
1/26 8:00am — Lilia R. Gonzalez
1/27 8:00am — Gino Pierotti — RIP
1/28 8:00am — Arturo Dy — RIP
5:00pm — Linda Mariscal — RIP
1/29 8:00am — Teofilo M. Gonzalez —Happy Birthday!
9:30am — Leona Hanna & Emiliana Abas
11:00am — Pablo & Heriberto Valenzuela — RIP
12:30pm — Susana Gonzalez — RIP
Domingo y Angelina Renteria — RIP
FREE ENGLISH CLASSES/CLASES DE INGLÉS GRATIS!
Beginning levels are at Glassell Park Elementary School, 2211 W.
Avenue 30.
Monday - Friday from 8:30a.m. - 11:45a.m.
Intermediate and advanced levels are at Glassell Park Senior
Center, 3750 Verdugo Road. Monday - Friday 9:00a.m.-12:15p.m.
Citizenship class is on Saturdays at La Iglesia Evangelica, 5415
Buchanan St. from 9:00a.m. to 12:00noon.
For more information, call Franklin Community Adult School at
(323)550-2100 after 1:00p.m.
Clases de Inglés para principiantes lunes a viernes; 8:30—
11:45am; Escuela Elemental Glassell Park, 2211 W. Ave. 30. Clases
intermedias y avanzadas; lunes—viernes 9:00am—12:15pm en
el Centro Glassell Park Senior, 3750 Verdugo Rd. Clases de
Ciudadanía; sábados 9:00—12:00noon en la Iglesia Evangélica,
5415 Buchanan St. Más información llamando a la Escuela Franklin
Adult School (323)550-2100 después de la 1:00p.m.
GUADALUPE RADIO 87.7
Radio Guadalupe les invita a su evento Mujeres de Fe los días
18 y 19 de Febrero en el Centro de Convenciones de Los
Ángeles—West Hall; 1201 S. Figueroa St. L.A. Habrá grandes
conferentistas y en Concierto estará Sandy Caldera y el Coro
Trigo de Jesús. No faltes! Para más información y compra de
boletos: (626)444-4442.
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Tercer Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
Si hay algo cierto en la vida es
probablemente esto. Todos cometemos
errores. Todos tomamos decisiones
evivocadas. Todos tenemos la necesidad de arrepentirnos y
cambiar nuestos caminos. Las Escrituras están llenas del
llamado al arrepentimiento y a creer. Pero algo más
importante es que Dios siempre está lleno de misericordia y
perdón. Aún más, Cuando recibimos la misericordia de Dios
y tomamos toda su bondad y su amor, siempre llega a
nosotros la sanación y una nueva vida. No nos tome por
sorpresa el hecho de que las primeras palabras de boca de
Jesús después de su bautizo en el Jordán son: ”Se ha
cumplido el tiempo y el Reino de Dios ya está cerca.
Arrepiéntanse y crean en el Evangelio”. En el context de
estas palabras la sanación y la nueva vida son incluidas y
muy evidentes. El arrepentimiento y el creer traerá consigo
la conciencia y la participación en este tiempo de
cumplimiento. El Reino de Dios traerá la realización AHORA!
Padre Perry Leiker
UNIDOS EN MISIÓN
Antes de dar principio al compromiso del 2012 de Unidos
en Misión se da por terminada formalmente la campaña
del 2011. Esta es una campaña que apoya nuestras
misiones locales, como lo son las Iglesias y escuelas que
no pudieran existir sin nuestra ayuda. Llegamos a través
del mundo por medio de nuestras oraciones y nuestra
ayuda monetaria a las misiones en muchos países porque
queremos que todos nuestros hermanos y hermanas
crezcan en la fe. Las misiones locales nos rodean. Nuestra
propia escuela recibe ayuda y es en cierto sentido, una de
nuestras escuelas misioneras. Sus compromisos generosos
hacen una gran diferencia en la oportunidad de muchos
Católicos para que puedan crecer y profundizar en su fe.
GROUP WEDDING/BODA EN GRUPO
The Legion of Mary Group together with El Grupo
Guadalupano is inviting couples who are not married in the
Church yet and/or those who are married civilly to participate in
the “GROUP WEDDING 2012” on Saturday August 4, 2012 at
1:00pm here at St. Bernard’s Church.
El Grupo de La Legión de María en unión con el Grupo
Guadalupano invita a todas las parejas casadas al civil que
deseen casarse por la Iglesia a que participen en “Bodas en
Grupo 2012” el sábado 4 de Agosto, 2012 a la 1:00p.m. en la
Iglesia de San Bernardo.
Additional information/Más información:
Dagoberto Ramos al 323-640-3874, Salvador Solís al 323-2583611 o Maybelle Santos al 323-830-3331.
Todos están invitados a la Hora Santa y
exposición del Sanísimo todos los jueves de
las 6:00p.m. Este mes de manera especial
estaremos pidiendo por todos los que sufren de
adicciones. También les invitamos al rezo del
Santo Rosario todos los martes a las 6:00pm.
HOY el Grupo Guadalupano está vendiendo
deliciosos antojitos mexicanos en el
estacionamiento de enfrente al cruzar la calle.
NOTICIAS DE LA ESCUELA
La Escuela de San Bernardo dará principio la Semana de
Escuelas Católicas con su desayuno el próximo domingo
29 de Enero a las 8:30am—l:00pm. Habrá un Open House
inmediatamente después de la Misa de 9:30am. Invitamos a
fieles y exalumnos al desayuno y a visitar nuestra escuela.
El Comité del Fashion Show les invita a su viaje de ida y
vuelta al Casino Harrah’s Rincon el sábado 25. El costo es
de $25 por persona. Salida de San Bernardo a las 9:30am y
retorno a las 5:00pm. Reservaciones e información por
favor llame a Patty Arellano (323)225-4949
Se les informa que nuestra escuela está aceptando
registraciones de nuevos estudiantes.
Les
recordamos que existe ayuda financiera para las familias
que califiquen. Más información al 323-256-4989, correo
electrónico [email protected] o visite nuestra
página en la red www.stbernard-school.com.
“CLUB 250”
Los boletos para el “Club 250” están a la venta en la oficina de
la iglesia.
Una inversión de únicamente $20 le dará la
oportunidad de ganar $250 durante todo el año. La rifa
comienza en enero y termina en diciembre, 2012. Más
información llamando a Anita Fueconcillo al (323)255-5786.
SAN VICENTE DE PAUL
El camión de la Sociedad de San Vicente de Paul estará en el
estacionamiento de la iglesia los días 4 y 5 de Febrero para
recibir sus donaciones de cualquier artículo en buen estado.
Para artículos grandes favor de llamar al 323-224-6280.
FERIA DE LA SALUD GRATIS
La Escuela Bishop Conaty-Our Lady of Loretto estará
ofreciendo una Feria de la Salud el sábado 4 de Febrero
de las 10am—1pm. Habrá profesionales ofreciendo
consejos para llevar vidas más saludables. (323)737-0012.
NUEVA TRADUCCIÓN PARA LA MISA (REVISADA)
(Introducción a la Tercera Edición del Misal Romano Sección 2, Los
diferentes elementos de la Misa) {#47 La Entrada — El Canto
de Entrada comienza cuando los fieles se han congregado y el
Sacerdote entra con el Diácono y ministros. El propósito es dar
principio a la celebración, promoviendo la unidad de los
reunidos, encaminar sus pensamientos al misterio del tiempo
litúrgico o festividad, y acompañar la procesión del Sacerdote y
ministros. Si no hay cantos a la Entrada, la antífona que
aparece en el Misal es recitada por todos los fieles, por algunos
cuantos o por un lector; de otra forma, es recitado por el
mismo Sacerdote quien tal vez lo adopte como una explicación
de introducción. (United States Conference of Bishop site: http://
old.usccb.org/romanmissal/
Buscar ‘sample texts’ luego, ‘General
Instruction of the Roman Missal GIRM’
LECTURAS PARA EL PRÓXIMO DOMINGO
Primera lectura — Moisés le habló a todo el pueblo diciendo:
“El Señor Dios hará surgir en medio de ustedes un profeta como
yo” (Deuteronomio 18:15-20).
Salmo — Ojalá escuchen hoy su voz; no endurezcan sus
corazones (Salmo 95 [94]).
Segunda lectura — Hermanos y hermanas: Yo quisiera que
ustedes vivieran sin preocupaciones (1 Corintios 7:32-35).
Evangelio —Los oyentes quedaron asombrados de sus palabras,
pues enseñaba como quien tiene autoridad (Marcos 1:21-28).
Color Litúrgico: Verde
NEWS FROM ST. BERNARD’S SCHOOL
St. Bernard Catholic School will kick off Catholic Schools
Week on Sunday, January 29 with a breakfast from
8:30am—1:00pm. The all school Mass will be celebrated
9:30am followed by Open House on that day. We invite
everyone to come to Mass, Breakfast and to visit the
classrooms. We also invite any and all alumni to come and
have a look at what is happening at St. Bernard!
TURNARPOUND BUS TRIP — The St. Bernard Fashion
Show Committee invites you to their turnaround bus trip
to Harrah’s Rincon Casino on Saturday, February 25.
The cost is $25 per person. Leaving St. Bernard at 9:30am
and departs from casino at 5:00pm. Reservations or
information please contact Patty Arellano at (323)225-4949.
REGISTRATION for grades 1—8 is ongoing, and tuition
assistance is available for qualified families. To visit our
school, please call 323-256-4989 or e-mail [email protected] You may also visit our website at
www.stbernard-school.com.
MASS FOR THE ANNOINTING OF THE SICK
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is hosting a Mass
and Anointing of the Sick on Feb. 11, 2012 at 2:30 pm.
The Mass and Anointing is taking place in observance
of the 2012 World Day of the Sick, and is being
sponsored by the Order of Malta Western Association.
Bishop Ed Clark will be the principal celebrant.
La Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Los Ángeles estará
celebrando el Día Mundia de los Enfermos con una Misa
especial y Unción a los enfermos el 11 de Febrero a las
2:30p.m. Será celebrada por el Obispo Ed Clark .
BULLETIN ADVERTISERS
The businesses that advertise in our Sunday Bulletin are the
reason we have a bulletin. Their ads pay for the cost of the
bulletin. In order to keep our advertisers it is important for
them to know that their advertising helps their businesses.
During January and February, we ask everyone to check out
the advertisers and if you enter their establishments, could you
go out of your way to tell the owners or managers that you
saw their ad in our Sunday bulletin. A small effort on the part
of each of us can make an important contribution towards
keeping and improving our bulletin!
Los negociantes que se anuncian en nuestro Boletín Dominical
son la razón por la cual tenemos un boletín cada semana en
nuestra parroquia. Sus anuncios pagan el costo de dicho
boletín. A fin de que sigan con nosotros es importante que
sepan que el anunciarse con nosotros ayuda a sus negocios.
Les pedimos que durante Enero y Febrero revisen los
patrocinadores y si visitan sus establecimientos les hagan saber
a los dueños o manejadores que leyeron su aviso en nuestro
boletín. Un pequeño esfuerzo de todos puede significar una
importante contribución para mejorar nuestro boletín!. Gracias.
HEALTH FAIR
Bishop Conaty-Our Lady of Loretto High School located at 2900
W. Pico Blvd. is sponsoring a Health Fair on Saturday, February
4 from 10:00am—1:00pm in the school auditorium. There will
be professionals on hand conducting health screenings, cooking
and physical demonstrations along with speakers offering tips
on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. More info. (323)737-0012.

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