August 30, 2015 - Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church


August 30, 2015 - Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
PHONE: 540-434-4341 • WEBSITE:
EMAIL: [email protected] FAX: 540-434-5549
OFFICE HOURS: Monday–Friday 9:00 am–4:00 pm
Twinning with St. Isidore on La Gonave, Haiti
August 30, 2015 • Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary
30 de Agosto de 2015 • Vigésimosegundo Domingo del
Tiempo Ordinario
Pastor.................................................... Rev. Silvio Kaberia
Parochial Vicar ...............................Rev. Joseph Goldsmith
Deacon .............................................. Rev. Mr. Paul Kudrav
Deacon Emeritus………………….Rev. Mr. Fred La Spina
Coord. of Religious Education............ Mrs. Valerie Blanton
Minister of Youth………………….Ms. Victoria Blackstone
Minister of Liturgy & Music ...................... Ms. Jean DePiro
Secretary ..............................................Mrs. Martha Moyers
Spanish Ministry Coordinator ……… Mrs. Michelle Lopez
Business Manager ..................................... Mr. Bill Brennan
Facilities Manager.................................... Mr. Ron Bodkins
Parish Council Chair Dr. Vicki Fawcett-Adams, 896-3417
Parish Council Vice-Chair …Mr. Carlos Briones, 440-5061
Parish Council Secretary…. Mr. Bob Tennyson, 828-6564
Finance Council Chair ……Mrs. Bev McGowan, 433-1868
Finance Council Vice Chair ...Mrs. Carol Miller, 867-5263
Finance Council Secretary….Mrs. Marcia Pearce 234-8208
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday ................................... 12:10 pm
Wednesday .................... 6:00 pm; Holy Hour 6:30–7:30 pm
Thursday ................................................. 7:00 pm (Español)
Saturday .................................................................. 5:00 pm
Sunday ....................... 8:00 & 10:00 am; 1:00 pm (Español)
Holy Days ...................... Check the bulletin mass schedule.
Saturday: 3:30–4:30 pm or by appointment.
Communal Services in Advent and Lent.
Coord. para el Ministerio Hispano:
Sra. Michelle Lopez
Blessed Sacrament Parish aspires to be a model Christian
community, disciples of Christ, in communication with the
Universal Church, in service to each other and our greater
community. We speak with diverse and inclusive voices,
united by our Catholic faith and Eucharistic celebration.
[email protected]
Lunes, Martes, Miercoles,Viernes 9:00 am a 4:00 pm
Jueves, 9:00 am-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-7:00 pm
Monday at 10:00 am unless otherwise noted. Contents must be
emailed to be included in that week's bulletin. All submissions are
subject to the Pastor's approval and space availability and may be
Your prayers are requested for the Sick of the Parish: Susan Berry, Elena Cantor, Francis Cavoto, Vivian Cervantes, Beth Dalton,
Lovell Dean, Cristobal Duque, David Durham, Thomas Downing,
Madge Eckenrode, Annie Farwell, Steve Ferguson, Ginny Fox,
Juan Gutierrez, Kamilia Hanna, Betty Hilson, Julie Iaconcig, Tony
Jenkins, Carol Kagey, Jae Kim, Terry Le Pera, Raymond Lewis,
Marjorie Maday, Jane Musto, Mildred Norkus, Lynn Picht, Francis
Reilly, Regina Reilly, Nicolas Reyes, Roger Roberge, Pat Saltzer,
the Schwartz Family, Paul Sullivan, JoAnn Vaccaro, Claire Wirkus, William Wright, all our homebound parishioners and all who
care for them.
For Family & Friends of Parishioners: Emmanuel Aguayo, Nicholas Ashby, Mark & Ginger Bagenous, Bruce Barlow, Jody Bates,
Woody Bedell, Janine Benson, Anna & Allen Black, Richard Braga, Michael Brody, Kylee Bryant, Sarah Simon Calhoun, Donna
Lee Carroll, Steven Chisick, Sylvia Ciolino, Catherine Clemmens,
Jason Coffman, Elizabeth Cooke, Johana Milena Coppiano, Sharon Clement, Gerald DeLoria, Ben Derringer, Viola Dickerson,
Frederick & Joseph DiFrancesco, Alex Dino-Murdo, Dominic Dorazio, Karla Driver, Willie Gardner, Augustin and Miguel GaribayAlvarez, Lillie Gibson, Lane Goodwin, Maria Glabus, Katherine
Gloeckner, Ryan Greenwood, Hunter Gregory, Georgia Haakinson, Pat Harahan, Shirley Heatwole, Arthur Hemann, Eileen Herald, Audrey Hereford, Christopher Hernandez Medina, Lisa Hilton,
David Kane, Tucker Karl, Becky Keoki, Martin Kilmer, Marge Klawitter, Mike Lam, Betty Lampeter, Linda Layman, Betty Leake,
Claire Lovejoy, JR Martinez, Daniel McCarty, Mary McFadden,
Jim Melton, Garth Mills, Leon Mondelli, Cathy Mullins, Stacey
Nadeau, Madison Nisly, Danielle Pack, Glenys Pascarelli, Mary
Louise Pickeral, Anne Pirato, Justin & Laura Ray, Emily Ray, Jeremy Ream, Thomas Reilly, Richard Rexrode, Lillie Ryman, Bill
Sampson, Irene Sarnelle, Brian Saulsman, David Schiefer, Joyce
Springmier, Flora Strode, Jean Sweigart, Tommy Swenson, Mike
Swymeler, Shelly Thomas, John Verga, Devon Waldron, Hilda
Ward, Ramona Whitt, Ashley Wood, Judy Wray and Steven Wisely.
Remember those in our parish family in the military, especially
Jeremy Adams, Brian Davis, John Ferguson, Dane Geise, Joe
Gibson, Scott Hankes, Samantha Manss, Donovan O’Donnell,
Scott O’Donnell, Derek Stroop, Jesse Thomas, and Ryan Wilkes,
especially those serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and other assignments overseas or in harm’s way.
Please pray for peace throughout the world, and for those suffering from natural disasters, terrorism, war and civil unrest, especially in Tunisia, Nepal, Lebanon, Ukraine, Libya, Iraq, Syria, Nigeria,
Israel, Gaza, and Kenya. Please pray for those persecuted for
their faith, especially in in the Middle East and Africa.
Pray for our twin parish of St. Isidore, La Gonave, Haiti, that they
be sustained in the many challenges they face.
Please pray that the right to life would be respected and protected
in our country and the world, from conception to natural death.
Please pray for those who have died, especially Maynard Johnson
& Mary Trexler, that they rest in the peace of Christ.
Please pray for teachers and students returning to school, that
they would be filled with a love of learning.
Please call or email ([email protected]) the office if there has
been a change in the status of someone you placed on the prayer
list. Thank you!
Sat. Aug. 29 (Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist), 5 pm,
+Margaret Sander (requested by the Maloneys)
Sun. Aug. 30, 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8 am,
+Richard Harford (requested by Nancy Fine-McCann); 10
am, +John Davis; 1 pm, +Linda Verumen
Mon. Aug. 31, NO MASS
Tues. Sept. 1, NO MASS (priest meeting in Richmond)
Wed. Sept. 2, 6 pm, Vocations
Thurs. Sept. 3 (St. Gregory the Great), 12:10 pm, +Armand
Fri. Sept. 4, 12:10 pm, +Mary Trexler
Sat. Sept. 5, 5 pm, Misa pro populo (Parish & People of
Blessed Sacrament)
Sun. Sept. 6, 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time; 8 am,
+Elizabeth J. Reilly (requested by Tom & June Shaughnessy); 10 am, +Joseph Koszarek; 1 pm, +Ginet Susana
AREA: Additional hymnals have been purchased for the
commons area (back of church). If you would like to make a
donation to dedicate a hymnal in honor or in memory of a
loved one, please see Jean after Mass or call the office.
Cost is $20.00 per hymnal.
Donuts will be served after the 10:00 am mass this
weekend (Aug. 30th) as a thank you from Boy Scout
Troop 40 for the use of space while they were displaced
from Asbury United Methodist Church. Please come
over to Johnston Hall after the 10:00 mass and help
yourself to coffee and donuts☺
Due to a Diocesan priests meeting, we will NOT be having Mass on Tuesday, September 1st.
AUGUST 30, 2015
We need your help!! We will be having a classroom
cleaning day on Saturday, Sept. 5th from 9:30-? to get our
classrooms ready for our first day of classes on Sept.
13th. All cleaning supplies will be supplied, but we need
lots of hand to clean the many areas we use throughout
the school year☺! We will meet in the basement and
branch out from there. Questions??Ccontact Valerie at
the office.
Common myths about Elementary RE:
Am I committed to every Sunday for the whole school year?
No. It is a team approach—our goal is 2 catechists and 2 aides to
give flexibility each Sunday so that only 2 of the 4 need to be present each week. We also have a sub list to contact in the event
that 2 of the 4 are not available on a given Sunday.
Do I need to be a parent to help out?
It doesn’t matter. Many times, our parents are the busiest ones.
Most of the time our confirmed high school teens, single adults,
empty-nesters or retired adults have more time on their hands to
devote to our parish children. Parents are the #1 Catechists for
their children but it is wonderful for the kids to get continuing education outside of their home life. However, it is also a strong testament for kids to see their parents in the classrooms, showing
that RE is important to them too. Free childcare is offered too!!
What if I don’t know it all?
30, Social Ministries
6, Twin Parish in Haiti
13, Contingency Collection
20, Religious Education Collection
27, Retired Religious Collection
New Fiscal Year July 1 ,2015
There is no one that knows it all when it comes to the Catholic
faith and it’s teachings. We are all challenged to continue to learn
throughout our entire lives and this is a great opportunity for you
to learn as well. Many catechist and aides have told me they
learn so much each year because they are challenged to answer
the questions of their students!
FY 2014-15
YTD 2014/2015 totals
Aug 2, 2015
Aug 9, 2015
Aug 16, 2015
Aug 23, 2015
Online giving
(Aug 2015 to date)
Do I have to be Catholic or confirmed to help?
All Catechists should be confirmed and practicing their Catholic
faith. However, aides, and hall monitors are 2 volunteer opportunities at our parish that you do not have to be confirmed or Catholic to help. We want to encourage all to feel like there is a role
they can take in this ministry!
*Total Offertory Budget of $750,550 is based
on 50 weeks (due to possible snow weekends).
Religious Ed Training opportunities:
Children’s Church —Saturday, Sept. 5th at 10:00 am
Elementary RE—Thursday, August 27th at 6:30 pm
Tuesday, Sept. 1st at 6:30 pm
Wednesday, Sept. 2nd at 6:30 pm
Pope Francis said, “The church is called to be always the open
house of the Father. Everyone can participate in some way in the
Church’s life; all can be part of the community.” This was said at
the Vatican by the Holy Father on August 5, 2015. This is very
timely as our parish’s Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) will begin in September. The RCIA is the Catholic Church’s
program to assist individuals to join in the life of the Catholic
Church. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church uses this program for
those who have never been baptized, as well as for baptized
Christians seeking to become members of the Catholic Church. If
you, a friend or a family member wants more information about the
([email protected] ) at the church office and leave a message
for Deacon Paul.
Attention all teens!
We are very much in need of about 4 more volunteers for
our 10:00 nursery. We try and schedule you about once a
month along with another teen and adult coordinator to
help care for our little ones so their parents can worship
with fewer distractions.
We also have the same opportunity but helping with our
preschoolers and kindergarteners in our Children’s Church
program that begins mid-September!
If you might be interested in helping out in either of these
programs, please contact Valerie at 540-383-3915 (text me
or call) or email me at [email protected].
At Home With the Word scripture reading guides for the 2016 Liturgical Year are now available for sale after Mass. $8 per copy,
or $10 for large print (limited supply). Get yours today!
The Council of Catholic Women is sponsoring a Fall Bazaar on
Saturday, September 19 from 9 am to 3 pm. We invite anyone
who has a product to sell to participate. We know that we have
many talented parishioners who produce arts and crafts who
would like the opportunity to sell them. Or if you are in the business of selling a product from your home, like cosmetics, jewelry,
Amway, etc., you are welcome. Parish groups, that would like to
raise money, can work together to produce a product for sale.
Many thanks to all who have donated the wonderful fresh produce
to the Food Pantry. Our clients really do appreciate receiving "gifts
from gardens" for their families. We also wish to thank the following for their kind donations:
Staff of Life for their incredible breads; Friendly City Coop for all
their produce & specialty foods and Bella Gelato & Pastries for
their gourmet baked goods. All of these donations help our families feel there is hope as others care enough to provide them with
specialty items they could not afford. We also wish to thank the
anonymous donors who generously give us many different types
of produce and financial support, yet wish to go unrecognized.
Spaces will be available for $50. For more information contact
Carol Miller at 867-5263 or [email protected].
Ladies of the Parish: Our first 2015/2016 meeting for the Council
of Catholic Women will be Monday, September 14 at 1 pm in the
music room of the church basement. We will go over the calendar
for the year, plan some events and then have light refreshments. All female parishioners are invited to attend. On September 3, we will be helping at Friendship House. If you would like to
volunteer please let us know. Questions? Please call Meg Layman at (253) 691-1518.
To All, our heartfelt thanks for helping us with your donations !!!
Tickets available to the Papal Mass in Washington,
Moms of small children: Our open play in the church nursery will
be starting up again after Labor Day. Come chat with other moms
while our children play. We will start Thursday, September 10
from 10-11:30am. Following there will be a kid-friendly rosary in
the church.
The Diocese of Richmond has been allocated a limited number of
tickets for the Papal Mass and canonization of Blessed Junipero
Serra on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at the Basilica of the
National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington,
DC. (Please note, this Mass will be in Spanish) Tickets will be
made available through a lottery drawing open to any parishioner
within the Diocese of Richmond. There is no cost to enter the lottery and the tickets are provided free of charge. Each lottery winner will be allotted two tickets to the event. Winners will be announced on September 10, 2015. To enter the drawing and for
more details, visit or contact the Diocesan Center
for Marriage, Family, and Life at 804-622-5109.
FLOW--Coming this Fall
FLOW (Adult Faith Formation) will offer Fr. Robert Barron's
"Priest, Prophet, King", a biblically based series. Through
this study, you will better understand Jesus, become more
familiar with Scripture, and realize your own priestly, prophetic, and kingly mission. This series will start the week of
October 11th and run for six consecutive weeks, being offered on Tuesday mornings, Thursday evenings, and Friday
mornings. Registration for this program will be held at
church after Masses the weekends of Sept. 26-27 and Oct.
3-4. There will be a charge for the study guide, payable at
the time of registration.
The Knights of Columbus Council at Our Lady of the Valley in Luray regrets that they had to cancel the bus to the Pope’s Mass at
the Basilica on September 23rd and apologizes for any inconvenience. Because of traffic, security measures, etc. the bus would
not be able to park any closer than several miles away. Also,
even access to the outside grounds of the Basilica and Catholic
University requires a ticket. IF anyone would win a ticket to this
Mass in the lottery, parking at a suburban Virginia Metro stop such
as Vienna (Orange Line) and taking the train to the CUA stop (Red
line) would be the best bet, although parking may be limited and
the trains will be crowded.
A Seminar on the State of Marriage and Family in America
Pope Saint John Paul II wrote, “The family in the modern
world, as much as and perhaps more than any other institution, has been beset by the many profound and rapid
changes that have affected society and culture.” Join us for
a seminar on the current state of marriage and the family
in America today led by parishioner Skip Burzumato, former associate director of the National Marriage Project at
UVA and currently a professor in the department of sociology at Bridgewater College. This two-day seminar will take
place on Friday, Sept 11, 6-8pm and Saturday, Sept 12,
9am-noon. We will begin with a potluck supper at 6:00 on
Friday evening. This event is open to all single and married
adults, grandparents and older teenagers. Babysitting will
be provided. Sign up today at the table by the water
Is the Diocese planning a pilgrimage to the Pope’s visit to
Philadelphia? (an outdoor Mass which can accommodate
more people is planned) Yes, they are currently planning an
overnight pilgrimage to Philadelphia for the weekend of September
26-27 to participate in the main events with the Holy Father. The
cost has not yet been finalized for the pilgrimage. Space will be
very limited and will likely be assigned by lottery. Those interested
in being included in the lottery for participation in this pilgrimage
should complete the online form. (See URL below) This is not a
guarantee of attendance, but only those on this list will be included
in the lottery. There will be a cost for this pilgrimage, but that has
not yet been determined. More details will be forthcoming.- See
more at:
AUGUST 30, 2015
8:00-10:00 am, Kerygma Retreat, Johnston Hall
11:00 am, English Baptism
3:30-4:30 pm, Confessions, chapel
4:30 pm, Rosary, Sanctuary
5:00 pm, Vigil Mass for Sunday
5:30 pm, Clase por bautismo en Español, basement
JMU CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY regular academic year
schedule has resumed; daily Mass at 5 pm Monday, Thursday
and Friday at CCM House, 12:30 pm Wednesday, at Taylor Hall
405 on campus. Sunday Masses at the CCM House at 1052 S.
Main Street, 11 am, 5 pm, and 9 pm every Sunday except during
semester breaks for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring Break.
Social Ministries Collection
Resumption of regular academic year mass schedule at JMU
Catholic Campus Ministry
8:00 & 10:00 am, English Masses
10:00 am, Nursery
Donuts served by Boy Scout Troop 40 after 10 am Mass, Johnston Hall
11:00 am, Altar Server Training, Sanctuary
12:30 pm, Rosario, Sanctuary
1:00 pm, Misa en Español
4:30-6:00 pm, Legion de Maria, Rm 4/5, Johnston Hall
6:00 pm, Kerygma, Sanctuary
Fr. Joe will lead a pilgrimage to Mexico for Anniversary of
Our Lady of Guadalupe. Dates are December 8-13,
2015. The package is all-inclusive and will have visits to
Mexico City, Puebla, Cuernavaca, Pyramids, and the
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe for mass on December
12th, the anniversary mass. Please see the bulletin board
flyer for more details.
Introducing “BLESSED BUDDIES”!
Blessed Buddies is a new ministry matching parishioners of
Blessed Sacrament with JMU students of Catholic Campus
Ministry (CCM) as “family” away from home. Activities are
up to you and your Buddy(s) – occasional home cooked
meals or a favorite meeting place, visits to Valley attractions plus organized gatherings offered at JMU CCM each
semester with other Blessed Buddies Families. Save the
date to become a Blessed Buddy or just help out with the
Pot Luck dinner at JMU CCM, Tuesday, Sept. 15 at 6:00
pm. Sign up at or contact Donna Lou
Shickel at [email protected] or (540) 478-3730.
NO Daily Mass
NO DAILY MASS, Priest Meeting in Richmond
11:30 am, Rosary, Sanctuary
6:30 pm, Legion de Maria, Rm 4/5, Johnston Hall
6:30 pm, Catechist Training, Basement Rm 2
10:00 am, La Leche League, Basement large room
4:30 pm, Table of Brotherhood Soup Kitchen, Johnston Hall
6:00 pm, Daily Mass, Adoration following until 7:30 pm
6:30 pm, Catechists’ Training, basement, Room 2
7:30 pm, Spanish Mass Choir Practice
Photo Directories are available in the office. We’ve given
lots of them out, but we still have some of the free directories for those who had an 8 x 10 picture taken. If you didn’t
have a photo taken, or want extra copies, they may be purchased at $20 per copy. They contain the entire parish roster as well as the photos of those who chose to have a picture made.
10:30 am, Lectionary Bible Study, basement large room
11:00 am, Friendship House, Johnston Hall
12:10 pm, Daily Mass
7:00 pm, Scripture Study Group, Library
7:00 pm, Misa en Español
9:30 am, Study on the Psalms, Basement large room
4:30 pm, Wedding Rehearsal, Sanctuary
Men’s Cursillo Retreat Weekend Thursday, October 15- Sunday October 18th at Camp Overlook near Harrisonburg.
Catholic Men - Spend an inspiring long weekend with God and
other men who want to deepen their relationship with God and
enrich the way you live out your faith each and every day. The
weekend will be led by a team Catholic men who have made a
Cursillo weekend before, along with Fr. Dan Bain and Ms. Patty
Huffman participating as spiritual directors. Mass and prayers will
be held each day, along with engaging talks on specific issues of
Catholic Christian living. Cost: $60.00 (donations will be accepted
at the end of the weekend to allow others to go on a Cursillo
Weekend). For information and downloadable applications, visit
the Valley Cursillo website: or, if you do
not have computer access, call Rob and Ann Michel at 434-9783954. Application Deadline: October 5th!
9:00 am, First Saturday Mass
2:00 pm, Wedding
3:30-4:30 pm, Confessions, Chapel
4:30 pm, Rosary, Sanctuary
5:00 pm, Vigil Mass for Sunday
5:30 pm, Clase por bautismo en Español
TIME, Twin Parish in Haiti Collection
8:00 & 10:00 am, English Masses
10:00 am, Nursery
12:30 pm, Rosario
1:00 pm, Misa en Español
3:00 pm, Taylor-Bayne Wedding
4:30-6:00 pm, Legion de Maria, Rm 4/5, Johnston Hall
6:00 pm, Grupo Kerygma, Sanctuary
El 4 de septiembre es el último día para entregar las formas de
Educación Religiosa y garantizar un lugar para su niño en la
clase de Educación Religiosa el 13 de septiembre. Después del
4 de septiembre, las registraciones van a ser puestas en “lista
de espera” y esos niños serán registrados después del primer
día de clase el 13 de septiembre. ¡¡Gracias por entregar las formas a tiempo!!
Mitos comunes sobre ER Elementaría:
¿Estoy comprometida a todos los domingos por todo el año
No. Esto es una cercanía en equipo-nuestra meta es tener 2
catequistas y 2 asistentes para dar flexibilidad cada domingo
para que solo necesiten estar presentes 2 de 4 cada semana.
Nosotros también tenemos una lista de contacto en el evento de
que 2 de los 4 no estén disponibles algún domingo.
¿Necesito ser un padre/madre para ayudar?
No importa. Muchas veces, nuestros padres son los más ocupados. La mayoría del tiempo nuestros adolescentes confirmados,
adultos solteros o adultos retirados tienen más tiempo en sus
manos para dedicar a los niños de nuestra parroquia. Los padres son los Catequistas #1 para sus niños pero es maravilloso
para los niños tener educación continua fuera de su vida familiar. Sin embargo, es también un fuerte testimonio para los niños
ver a sus padres en el salón de clase, proyectando que ER es
también importante para ellos ¡¡También se ofrece cuidado de
niños gratis!!
¿Qué pasa si yo no lo sé todo?
No hay nadie que lo sepa todo cuando se trata de la fe Católica
y sus enseñanzas. Todos estamos estimulados a continuar
aprendiendo durante toda nuestras vidas y esta es una gran
oportunidad para que usted aprenda también. ¡Muchos
catequistas y asistentes me han dicho que ellos han aprendido
mucho cada año porque ellos son desafiados a contestar
preguntas a sus estudiantes!
¿Necesito ser Católico o confirmado para ayudar?
Todos los Catequistas deben ser confirmados y practicantes de
su fe Católica. Sin embargo, asistentes y monitores de pasillos
son 2 oportunidades de voluntarios en nuestra parroquia que
usted no tiene que estar confirmado o Católico para ayudar.
¡Nosotros queremos estimular a todos para que sientan que hay
un rol que pueden tomar en el ministerio!
Si está interesado en ayudar, o para más información, contacte
a Valerie en la oficina
Fechas de inscripción de pláticas:
Agosto 23 y Sept. 13.
Después de las Misa 1 pm.
Fechas para las charlas: Agosto 29 y Sept. 5. y Sept. 19 y 26
Las charlas son los sábados a las 5:30 pm de la tarde.
BAUTIZOS A LAS 10:00 am Sabados
22 de Agosto, 26 de Septiembre.
La Diócesis de Richmond pide que la paraja que desea contraer
matrimonio Religiosa, tenga los Sacramentos de Bautizo, Primera
Comunión, Confirmación, y haga cita 6 meses antes de al celebración de la Boda, traer a la primera cita con el sacerdote, la Fe o
Certificado de Bautizo renovada y que diga que es válida para
matrimonio, copias de cert. de Confirmación de los dos, asistir a
un Encuentro Pre-matrimonial, si alguno de los dos no tiene algún
sacramento aquí hay preparación para hacer el Sacramento que
la hace falta, para mayor información llame a la oficina.
El consejo de mujeres Católicas esta patrocinando un venta benéfica el Sabado, 19 de septiembre. Invitamos a cualquier persona que tenga algun producto para vender a participar. Sabemos
que tenemos muchos miembros talentosos en la parroquia que
hacen arte y artesania, a quienes les gustaria la oportunidad de
venderlos. O si useted tiene un negocio de vender producto
desde su casa, como cosmeticos, joyas, Amway, vender comida,
etc, estan bienvenido. Grupos parroquiales, que les gustaria
recaudar dinero para su ministerio, pueden trabajar juntos para
hacer algun producto para vender.
Se invita a Participar en el Coro Hispano para las Misas en
espanol del Jueves 7 de la noche y Domingos a la 1 de la
Tarde. La Practica para el Coro es todos los Miercoles
despues de la Hora Santa 7:30pm.
Espacios serán disponible por $50. Para mas informacion contacte a Michelle al 434-4341 o [email protected]
Declaración de la Misión Parroquial
La Iglesia de Blessed Sacrament aspira a ser Discípulos de
Cristo, y un modelo Cristiano para la Comunidad, y estar en
Comunión con la Iglesia Universal, en server uno al otro y que
así nuestra comunidad crezca. Nosotros inclusive hablamos en
diversas lenguas vocas, unidos en nuestra Fe Católica y en la
celebracion de la Eucaristía
The spotlight this week shines on
Bridgewater Pharmacy
Please patronize this advertiser.
AUGUST 30, 2015
La Parroquia de Blessed Sacrament
¡Lo invitamos a participar!
Seminario sobre el Estado de Matrimonio y la
Familia en la América de Hoy
El Papa San Juan Pablo II escribió: "La familia en
el mundo moderno, ha sido tal vez más que cualquier otra institución, la más acosada por las amplias, rápidas y profundas transformaciones de la
sociedad y la cultura." Únase a nosotros para un
seminario sobre el Estado Actual Del Matrimonio
Y De La Familia en Estados Unidos dirigido por el
feligrés y Beato Ernestor “Stacy” Burzumato, ex
director asociado del National Marriage Project de
la UVA y actual profesor en el departamento de
sociología de la universidad de Bridgewater. Este
seminario de dos días tendrá lugar los días Viernes, 11 de septiembre, de 6-8 pm y el Sábado, 12
de septiembre, 9 am-mediodía. Vamos a comenzar con una cena potluck a las 6:00 pm el viernes
por la noche. Este evento es en inglés y está
abierto a todos los adultos solteros y casados,
abuelos y adolescentes mayores. Se proporcionará cuidado de niños. Regístrate hoy mismo en la
mesa junto a la fuente de agua.
Legión de Maria se reúne todos los domingos a las 4:30 pm
y martes a las 6:30pm.
En el salón #5 del edificio del J. Hall de la Parroquia
Realizamos trabajos como:
Evangelización puerta a puerta,
Visita de la Virgen Peregrina a los hogares
Contacto callejero para establecer relación con personas
alejadas de la Iglesia
Visitas a personas enfermas
Entronización del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús
¡Lo esperamos! Para más información ver a Luz Girón,
Alicia Bravo o Viliulfo Bautista,
Durante la Misa de la 1p.m. o durante las horas de Legión
de Maria.
GRUPO Kerygma y Alabanza
Ven te invitamos al grupo Kerygma,
es por medio de cantos,
oraciones y reflexiones.
Y se reúnen las tardas de los
domingos de 6 pm-8 pm en el Santuario.
Upcoming VIRTUS trainings
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Sunday, Sept. 13th @ 1:00pm at St. Francis in Staunton
Saturday, Oct. 3rd @ 9:00 am
Saturday, Nov. 14th @ 9:00 am
What is VIRTUS?
VIRTUS is a program created by the National Catholic Risk Retention Group in the United States with a "Protecting God's
Children" component that combats sexual abuse of children in the Church. It is currently in use in over 80 dioceses in the
United States.
VIRTUS focuses on educating teachers, parents, and other adults who interact with children about sexual abuse and
providing them with information to help prevent abuse. This takes place in 'awareness sessions' led by trained facilitators.
The awareness sessions consist of videos, worksheets, and discussions. The videos incorporate interviews with both victims and convicted perpetrators.
VIRTUS is a required element for anyone who plans to become involved in a ministry that comes in contact with children or
youth. It is also a great resource for parents and grandparents!!!
To register go to and follow the prompts. There is no cost for the program and free childcare can be
provided. Please contact Valerie at the office for more information
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