Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church


Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
1000 North Jefferson Avenue, Goldsboro NC 27530-3141
Rev. Alex Gonzalez, Pastor
Deacon Webster James
March 1, 2015—Second Sunday of Lent
Saturday Vigil
5:00PM English
7:00PM Spanish
10:00 AM English
1:00 PM Spanish
Fin de Semana
Sábado ~ 5:00 PM En Inglés
Sábado ~ 7:00 PM En Español
Domingo ~ 10:00 AM En Inglés
Domingo ~ 1:00 PM En Español
Días de Semana
9:00 AM Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
lunes, martes, miércoles, viernes
7:00 PM Jueves en Español
No 9 AM Mass on Thursday
No hay Misa los jueves a las 9 AM
Holy Days check inside Bulletin
Revise dentro del Boletín que se entrega en las Misas
First Friday Adoration begins after morning Mass
and ends with Benediction at 10:00 PM.
Todos los viernes primero de mes de 10:00 AM Adoración
al Santísimo a 10:00 PM.
New members may register by calling the parish
office (weekdays from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM).
Para registrarse hablar con Elvira Ponce
o llamar a la oficina
Mission Statement
Saint Mary is a diverse Catholic community working
together to live the Gospel, grow in faith through the
Eucharist, and share our gifts in service to others.
Misión de la Parroquia
La parroquia de Santa María es una comunidad
católica y diversa que trabaja unida para vivir el
evangelio, crecer en fe por la Eucaristía y compartir
nuestros talentos en servicio a otros.
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Mass Intentions and Readings
for February 28 to March 8, 2015
Office (Oficina): 919 734-5033
FAX: 919 580-0730
[email protected]
Rev. Alex Gonzalez, Pastor…..ext. 27
Deacon Webster A. James...….ext. 29
Director of Faith Formation
Mrs. Carole Sears……………...ext. 34
Liturgy Coordinator
Mrs. Debbie Gambella,
Parish Secretary…………....…ext. 10
Mrs. Kathy Hennessy,
Parish Secretary…….....…......ext. 26
Mrs. Tracey Davis,
Parish Bookkeeper…..…...…..ext. 28
Mrs. Elvira Ponce,
Hispanic Ministry………...…..ext. 22
Mrs. Vicki Ellis,
Choir Director, 10:00 AM
Mr. Philip Eubanks, Organist
Mr. Mike Nault, Organist & Choir
Director, 5:00 PM
Mr. Van Tran, Sacristan
Office: 919 735-1931
FAX: 919 735-1917
[email protected]
[email protected]
Mrs. Lynn Magoon,
Principal…………………........ext. 33
Mrs. Anne Marie Gambella,
Admn. Assistant………….......ext. 11
Mr. Harold Jones,
Supervisor………………….….ext. 31
Mr. Larry Jones,
Assistant………...………….....ext. 31
Chair Kevin Bacon
Vice-Chair John Marguglio
Secretary Sharon Thomas
Finance Council Chair John Heeden
Steve Balli, Sheila Covar, Anne Hurrey, Joseph Jones, Paula Long, Carlos
Morales San Juan, Phyllis Radford,
Donna Stevenson, Gene Seward.
Goldsboro, N. C.
Deuteronomy 26:16-19; Psalm 119:1-2, 4-5, 7-8; Matthew
Arnold Kuczynski, dec. by Kuczynski Family
Pro Populo
Genesis 22:1-2, 9a, 10-13, 15-18; Psalm 116:10, 15-1; Romans
8:31b-34; Mark 9:2-10
Shirley Mae Mossburg, dec. by Bob & Gerry Crocker
Spanish Mass
Daniel 9:4b-10; Psalm 79:8, 9, 11, 13; Luke 6:36-38
For a Special Intention by Kuczynski Family
Isaiah 1:10, 16-20; Psalm 50:8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23; Matthew 23:112
No Mass this morning
Jeremiah 18:18-20; Psalm 31:5-6, 14-16; Matthew 20:17-28
No Mass this morning
Jeremiah:17:5-10; Psalm 1:1-4, 6; Luke 16:19-31
No Mass this morning
Spanish Mass
Genesis 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Psalm 105:16-21; Matthew
21:33-43, 45-46
Wanda Chartier, dec. by St. Mary Parish
Micah 7:14-15, 18-20; Psalm 103:1-4, 9-12; Luke 15:1-3, 11-32
Geraldine Prys, dec. by Linda de Araujo
Pro Populo
Exodus 20:1-17 [1-3, 7-8, 12-17]; Psalm 19:8-11; 1 Corinthians
1:22-25; John 2:13-25
Henry Daniels, dec. by Deacon & Mrs. W. James
Deceased who have no one to pray for them by Gia Nguyen
Penance and Reconciliation
Saturday ~ 4-4:40PM and by appointment.
Baptisms are during Mass the third weekend of each month. Preparation is required
before scheduling the time and date.
Altar Flowers
During Lent there are no flowers on
the Altar. This year we are offering the
Palm arrangement on Palm Sunday if
you would like to have them in Honor
or Memory of a person or event. Just
call the Parish Office at 919-734-5033
ext. 10 or 26 to arrange this.
Contact the Deacon six months in advance of
the ceremony.
Sacrament of the Sick
The Sanctuary Lamps for the
week of March 1 to 7
If you wish to receive the sacrament of the
sick during a prolonged illness or before
surgery, please call the office.
Church Lamp:
will be lit in Loving Memory of Mr.
& Mrs. Stephen by Bill Smyk.
Chapel Lamp: if you would like to
reserve the Chapel Lamp in honor or
in memory of a person or event
please, call the Parish Office at 919734-5033 ext. 10 or 26.
If you wish to receive communion from a
Eucharistic Minister due to illness, age, or
handicap, please call the office. These visits are made after the Mass has been celebrated.
Second Sunday of Lent
New Men’s Group at St.
“Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” (Proverbs 27:17). The
27:17 Fellowship is a new men’s
group here at St. Mary. The group
will meet for breakfast on Wednesday
mornings (7:00am) at Five Star Restaurant. If did not attend the first
meeting last week and you are interested in participating, contact Ralph
Benedetto at [email protected] or
Deacon Webster at 919-734-5033 ext.
Lenten Soup & Bread Meal
Our next Soup and Bread Meal for
Lent will be held on Friday, March
6th at 6:00pm in the cafeteria of the
school. The members of our Respect
Life Committee will host this meal.
All proceeds will go to our St. Vincent de Paul Society to assist with
their works of charity. Please, support
this worthy Lenten activity.
TYM Fundraiser…
Our teens will be selling Pizza Inn
cards...these cards cost $10.00 but
give you $60.00 worth of food you
can get at Pizza Inn. If you see the
teens outside church after Masses
please, consider making a purchase.
All proceeds from this fundraiser will
go toward the mission trip this summer.
Pastoral Council Elections
Coming Up: April 25-26,
Nominations are being accepted for
the Pastoral Advisory Council. Registered members of the parish age 18 or
older who are in full communion
with the Catholic Church and have
been confirmed are eligible to serve.
The term of office is 3 years. Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of
each month, August through May.
If you are willing to serve or know
someone you wish to nominate,
please contact John Marguglio (919)
734-6479, Phyllis Radford (919) 7358180, Sharon Thomas (919) 288-1450
or the parish office. Before placing a
name in nomination, check to be sure
the person is willing to serve. Please
give some thought to this important
March 1, 2015
Parish Calendar
Sunday, March 1 – 2nd Sunday of Lent
* SVDP Breakfast
* Youth Board Meeting
* AAMEN Meeting
* Faith Formation 5th to High School
* Faith Formation K to 4th grade
* Spanish Language Choir Practice
FF Conf. Room
Parish House
9:00am to noon
after 10:00am Mass
after 10:00am Mass
11:15am to 12:45pm
11:30am to 12:30pm
after 1:00pm Mass
Monday, March 2
* No Meetings
Tuesday, March 3
* No Morning Mass today
* Baptismal Prep. Class
* Perpetual Novena
* Legion of Mary
* K of C Business Meeting
* K of C First Degree
FF Conf. Room
5th grade classroom
5 Star Restaurant
5th grade
Wednesday, March 4
* 27:17 Fellowship (Men’s Group)
* No Mass Today
* Bible Study
Thursday, March 5
*10:00am Choir Practice
Friday, March 6-First Friday
* School Liturgy
* Exposition
* Spanish Language Choir Practice
* Lenten Soup & Bread Meal
* Stations of the Cross (English)
* Stations of the Cross (Spanish)
9:00am to 3:00pm
Saturday, March 7
* Ladies Guild Day of Reflection
* 5:00pm Choir Practice
Sunday, March 8-3rd Sunday of Lent– Beginning of Daylight Savings Time
* No Faith Formation Classes
* Spanish Language Choir Practice
First Friday—March 6th
Spend some extra time visiting with
Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. We
will have Adoration from 10:00am to
10:00pm in the Chapel.
“In a world where there is so much noise,
so much bewilderment, there is a need for
silent adoration of Jesus concealed in the
~Pope Benedict XVI
after 10:00am Mass
after 1:00pm Mass
Offertory Report
February 15 $ 8,293.09
$ 7,750.00
Over (Under) $ 543.09
Black & Indian Missions: $814.19
Second Collection March 8:
Priests’ Retirement
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Treasures From Our Tradition
In our thoughts and prayers:
Pray for the intentions of those in
nursing facilities, the homebound, the
chronically ill, and those who are critically ill.
Please remember in a special way the
following parishioners who have requested your prayers:
Robert Ames, Ralph Bailey, Jesse
Brickhouse, Nubia Cano, Judy Cordeiro, Andrea Cruz, Lee & Sarah Davis, Marjorie Dixon, Elaine Evans,
Gustavo Gonzalez, Agnes Harris,
Joan Jones, Laura Jones, Bertha
Kish, Erma Lawrence, Denise Lewis,
Dorothy Lewis, Christine Marguglio,
Pat Marguglio, Verna Mullinax, Billie Myers, Wilbur & Mary Perry, Benjamin Raposa.
If you would like your name included
in the Prayers for the Sick in the Bulletin please contact our coordinators
for “Prayers for the Sick”, Gloria at
919-734-3810 or Barbara at 919-7510024.
Within the tradition of the Christian
church, there are differing ways of
observing a Lenten fast. For Eastern
Catholics and Orthodox, the discipline is close to our understanding of
"abstinence." Certain foods are eliminated from the diet entirely. The rules
are basically monastic rules, and the
customs of a monastery table are embraced in the home. This year,
"Meatfare Sunday" is February 26,
and it is the last time that meat is admitted to the diet until Easter. The
following Sunday, known as
"Cheesefare Sunday," takes cheese
and all dairy products from the table.
It is also known as "forgiveness Sunday" because a true fast is about
crowning life with love, holding back
harsh words, and cutting off anger.
The Eastern churches fast even from
celebrating the Eucharist from Monday through Friday. We don't count
Sundays as fast days, but Eastern
Christians fast through the weekends.
People are expected to come as close
to the ideal as possible, and the Lenten services keep reminding them not
to take pride in their fasting, since the
devil himself never eats! What's left
on the menu? Grains, vegetables, eggs
(maybe), and fish. Imagine the joys of
the Easter table after such a fast!
--Rev. James Field, Copyright (c) J. S.
Paluch Co.
Monday, March 2, 7pm-St. Mary of the Angels,
Mount Olive
Thursday, March 5, 6:30pm-Sacred Heart, Dunn
Tuesday, March 10, 6:30pm-St. Mary, Goldsboro
Thursday, March 12, 7:00pm, Holy Spirit, Kinston
Friday, March 13,7pm-Maria Reina, Mount Olive
Monday, March 16,7pm-Santa Teresa, Beulaville
Tuesday, March 17,7:00 pm-, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton Grove
Wednesday, March 18,10am-St. Mary School, Goldsboro
Wednesday, March 18,7:00pm-Santa Clara, Magnolia
Thursday, March 19,6:30 pm, St. Ann, Clayton
Monday, March 23,7:00 pm, Transfiguration, Wallace
Goldsboro, N. C.
Diocese of Raleigh
13th Annual Ignited By Truth Catholic Conference Mar 20-21, 2015 Raleigh Convention Center “Bringing to
light the truth of the teachings of the Catholic Church and igniting in our hearts a love
for our Faith” Speakers: Patrick Madrid,
Dr. Edward Sri, Mother Assumpta
Long, and more! Bishop Michael F.
Burbidge, Vigil Mass Celebrant and
Homilist FREE Friday Evening Program “Why Be Catholic?” 7:00-9:30
PM. Full program Saturday includes
Lunch 8:30 AM–6:30 PM. Early Registration Discounts through March 1:
Adults $30 (for Groups of 5 or more),
Individual Adults $40, Students (age
10+) $25. After March 8: Adults $50,
Students (age 10+) $30. Who will you
invite? Questions: (919) 789-1428 Downloa
d Registration Flyer - See more at:
Save the Date for the 5th Annual Catholic Charities Gala to Celebrate God’s
Gifts! The event will be held on April
25, 2015 and is hosted by Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of
Raleigh and the Catholic Charities
Board of Directors. The special guest
for the evening is Dr. Carolyn Y.
Woo, President and CEO of Catholic
Relief Services. The Gala is a black tie
event and will be held at the Raleigh
Marriot City Center. The evening will
feature a reception, dinner, and silent
auction. All proceeds from the event
will benefit the work of Catholic Charities. For event sponsorship and ticket
information, visit or
contact Katey Fithian at 919-821-8142
or [email protected] - See
more at:
Second Sunday of Lent
Respect Life
Saint Mary School Corner
Keeping Spirit and Faith in Education
Weather last week extended our Presidents Day weekend by an extra day
with a late start on Wednesday but we
still had our Ash Wednesday service
with Father Alex and Deacon Webster. Upcoming week…
Monday, March 2nd SMS welcomes Ayinde Hurry for an African Drum Workshop for middle
school humanities and 5th grade.
Tuesday, March 3rd Scrip is due
in the Parish Office by 8:15am.
Thursday, March 5th Kinder has
the Bake Sale.
Friday, March 6th we have Liturgy at 9:00am. No half day today
(calendar wrong) EIC Tournament has been moved to next
Saturday, March 7th SMS vs. St.
Paul. This is the last regular season game this year!
Go Spirits ! Go Spirits! Go Spirits!
Girl Scout Sunday—March 8, 2015
For over 100 years Girl Scouts have
been encouraging girls to develop
physically, mentally & spiritually.
If you are a girl scout please, wear
your uniform to Mass on the weekend of March 7/8. If you would like
to sit together, families and girl
scouts, please let Mrs. Jen Wildman
know by March 3rd so pews can be
What Can I do?
The Bible commands us to help "the
least of these, my brothers and sisters..." Matthew 25:45.
In our culture of death, no doubt the
"least of these our brothers and sisters" are the defenseless, innocent children in the womb who are so incredibly vulnerable. So, here are some
ideas of what we can do to make a
real difference:
♦ Join or Support the Respect Life
Committee in our Parish
♦ Start or Support a Gabriel Project in
Your Parish
♦ Meet with and write to your Legislators as a Constituent, Communicating
the Catholic Church Position on
Life Issues
♦ Support Local Pregnancy Centers by
donating Your Time, Talents, and
♦ Tell Others about Project Rachel, a
Post- Abortion Reconciliation/
Program (Toll Free 888-456-4673)
♦ Pray for Those Who Have Been
Involved in an Abortion
♦ Pray for the life of all, particularly
giving witness outside our local abortion clinics
“From the first moment of existence,
a human being must be recognized as
having the rights of a person–among
which is the inviolable right of every
innocent human being to life.”
Catechism of the Catholic
~Respect life articles for Bulletins
Please, pray the Rosary
for an end to abortion.
March 1, 2015
St. Mary Ladies Guild Retreat
On March 7, 2015 the Ladies Guild
will hold a Day of Reflection here at
St. Mary. All women of the Parish are
invited to join them on this day.
We wills start at 9AM and end at
3PM. Continental Breakfast will be
served but bring a brown bag lunch,
K of C 18th Annual Family Fish
Friday, March 28, 2015
St. Mary School Auditorium
4:30-7:00pm with drive by
take outs 4:30-6:30pm.
Price: $8.00 per person/$4.00 5
years and younger.
Tickets: from any Knight; after Mass
on March 14/15 & 21/22
or at the door on March 27th.
Desserts: will be provided by St. Mary
Ladies Guild.
Report on Habitat for Humanity Collection…
Kevin Bacon has reported that we
have surpassed our $4,000 goal for the
Habitat Faith Build!!! As of Feb. 10th
we have received $4,870. One very
generous couple gifted $2,100 to get
us over the $4,000 goal. Any amount
above our goal will be used toward
extra construction needs and/or a gift
for the Green Family. Thank you to
all who supported this project.
TYM Upcoming Events…
Saturday, March 21st planning
to attend “Dance for Christ”
tickets will cost $13.00.
Interested in being a member of our
TYM (Total Youth Ministry)
the parish office at 919-734-5033 ext.
10 or 26 and give us your name and
phone number and we will have our
teen leaders get in touch with you.
Celebrating the Year of Consecrated
Day retreats are being offered
throughout the year at Avila Retreat
Center see the list posted on our Bulletin Board or go to the web site for
Avila Retreat Center for more info.
Saint Mary Roman Catholic Church
Goldsboro, N. C.
Los católicos iniciamos la Cuaresma el pasado miércoles de ceniza 18 de febrero del 2015. Tanto ese miércoles como el viernes santo 3de abril son llamados días de abstinencia y de ayuno. También deben abstenerse
los viernes durante la Cuaresma.
Todas las personas a partir de los 18 años de edad y los que no hayan cumplido los 59 años de edad, deben
ayunar. Se permite comer una vez durante el día de ayuno, aunque también se pueden comer dos comidas
pequeñas para mantener la energía según la necesidad de cada individuo. Sin embargo, estas dos comidas no
deben igualar a la cantidad de una comida completa. No se puede comer entre comidas, pero está permitido
tomar líquido, incluyendo leche y jugos.
La abstinencia se debe cumplir desde los 14 años de edad en adelante. En los días de abstinencia, no se debe
comer carne, aunque si la salud o la habilidad para cumplir su trabajo se ve seriamente afectado, la ley no lo
obliga. (Canon 1253)
La Iglesia tiene por lo tanto, dos formas oficiales de prácticas penitenciales - tres si se incluye el ayuno Eucarístico de una hora antes de la Comunión.
Abstinencia La ley de abstinencia exige a un católico de 14 años de edad y hasta su muerte, a abstenerse de
comer carne los viernes en honor a la Pasión de Jesús el Viernes Santo. La carne es considerada carne y órganos de mamíferos y aves de corral. También se encuentran prohibidas las sopas y cremas de ellos. Peces de
mar y de agua dulce, anfibios, reptiles y mariscos son permitidos, así como productos derivados de animales
como margarina y gelatina sin sabor a carne.
En Cuaresma la abstinencia de comer carne los viernes es obligatoria en Estados Unidos así como en otro
lugar. Para Información sobre este tema puede consultar o bajar el siguiente artículo: http://
El ayuno, la limosna y la oración, son las tres disciplinas tradicionales durante la Cuaresma. Los feligreses y
los catecúmenos deben realizar estas prácticas con seriedad, en espíritu de penitencia y en preparación para
la Iniciación a la Iglesia o para la renovación de las promesas Bautismales durante la Pascua.
Viernes, 20 de Febrero, Viernes, 27 de Febrero, Viernes, 6 de Marzo, (Adoración el Mismo Día), Viernes,
13 de Marzo, Viernes, 20 de Marzo, Viernes, 27 de Marzo.
Para los que deseen algunos grupos parroquiales harán un caldo simple cada semana con pan a las 6 de la
tarde antes del viacrucis en Ingles. Usted puede asistir y donar lo que desee.
Recuerde que el Viernes, 27 de marzo habrá venta de Pescado Frito, patrocinado por los Caballeros de
Todos los jueves a las 7:00 pm excepto, Jueves, Marzo 12 & 19.
Second Sunday of Lent
March 1, 2015
Iglesia Católica Romana Santa María
Padre John Alexander Gonzalez
919 734-5033 ext. 27
Bautismos—Elvira Ponce 919-252-0768
Bautismo: Asistir a la preparación, padres y padrinos y
fijar la fecha con el sacerdote.
Confesión: Sábados de 4:00pm a
Para enfermos en el hospital o en casa
con la parroquia.
∗ Estar bautizada
∗ Haber hecho la primera Comunión
∗ Inscribirse con 4 meses de anticipación con María la coordinadora.
∗ Asistir a la preparación
∗ Donación
∗ Llevarse un volante de información
y seguir las reglas.
Abogado Certificado en Migración
El ministerio social católico tiene un
abogado autorizado y reconocido para
casos de migración si usted necesita algún servicio comuníquese con:
Jim Palmer 252-355-5111
(habla español)
2717 Memorial Blvd., Greenville
Unción de los Enfermos: Si usted
quiere recibir el sacramento por enfermedad u operación favor de comunicárESCUCHA Y SIGUE
"Este es mi Hijo amado; escúchenlo". Y
Comunión para enfermos: Si tiene alsí que lo escucharon. Desde ese momengún familiar en el
to, Pedro, Santiago y Juan fueron sus
hospital o en casa que desee recibir la
ardientes seguidores, desechándolo todo
para seguir las huellas del Maestro. Tal
comuníquese con la parroquia.
como proclama el salmista, "Señor, he
aquí tu servidor", los tres discípulos se
Matrimonios: Iniciar la preparación
comprometieron a vidas de increíbles
con seis meses de anticipación.
penurias e indescriptible gozo. Después
de ese día en la montaña, nunca más
Platicas Pre-Bautismales
dudaron de la vocación escogida.
Aunque nuestras pruebas no sean tan
∗ Asistir a las pláticas, padres y paseveras como la de Abraham, ni nuesdrinos.
∗ Traer copia del acta de nacimiento tros momentos sublimes tan dramáticos
como la Transfiguración, todos confrondel niño (a).
∗ Traer copia del acta de matrimonio tamos los retos cotidianos de caminar
"en presencia del Señor en el país de la
de los padrinos.
vida". Mientras seguimos nuestros di∗ Llenar una solicitud por niño.
versos llamados a amar y servir, seamos
∗ Estar registrados o registrarse en la confortados por lo que Pablo les recuerparroquia.
da a los romanos: "Si Dios está a nues-
Estar bautizado.
Haber hecho la primera comunión.
Ser mayor de 15 años.
∗ Solicitarla 2 meses antes.
∗ Estar bautizado (a).
∗ Donación
∗ Se hacen en la Misa del sabado o
XV Años
Si cumples y/o deseas celebrar tus XV
años en los primeros 6 meses del año te
invitamos a inscribirte para la preparación:
tro favor, ¿quién estará en contra nuestra?"
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Cuando Jesús se transfiguró sobre la
cima de un monte, Pedro, reconociendo
que algo sagrado ocurría en ese lugar
quiso construir tres chozas. Como si
buscara hacer un santuario, un lugar
santo, donde Dios se manifestara de
manera particular. El santuario puede
ser el lugar entero o sólo parte de un
edificio. En nuestras iglesias, el santuario es el presbiterio donde se encuentra
el altar mayor, donde son consagrados
el pan y el vino. iglesias antiguas como
las Basílicas romanas tienen un segundo
Goldsboro, N. C.
santuario que es la capilla donde se
reserva el Santísimo Sacramento en el
tabernáculo o sagrario.
Los santuarios más importantes de la
cristiandad se encuentran en Palestina.
Europa tiene varios santuarios como la
tumba de Santiago en Compostela, España. Algunos santuarios famosos de
América son los de Guadalupe
(México), Teresa de los Andes (Chile),
Señor de los Milagros (Perú), Cristo
Negro de Esquipulas (Guatemala),
Montserrat (Colombia) y el de la Divina
Misericordia (Chicago). Todo santuario
es un lugar donde se une el recuerdo y la
vivencia contemporánea de la fe, son
lugares donde la Iglesia institucional y la
religión popular conviven y se enriquecen mutuamente.
--Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM,
Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
Sociedad de San Vicente de Paul
Nuestra Sociedad de San Vicente de
Paul necesita los siguientes artículos:
Pasta, fideos, mantequilla de maní, mermelada, sopa de pollo y de tomate, macarrones con queso, preparación para
hacer hamburguesas, arroz en bolsa,
frijoles secos.
Las donaciones que hacemos a la SVDP
ayundan a los más necesitados dentro
del Condado de Wayne.
Mucas gracias por su generosidad.
Segundo Domingo de Cuaresma
Lecturas De La Semana
Daniel 9:4b-10; Salmos 79 (78):8, 9, 11, 13; Lucas 6:36-38
Isaías 1:10, 16-20; Salmos 50 (49):8-9, 16bc-17, 21, 23; Mateo 23:1-12
Miércoles: Jeremías 18:18-20; Salmos 31 (30):5-6, 14-16; Mateo 20:17-28
Jeremías 17:5-10; Salmos 1:1-4, 6; Lucas 16:19-31
Génesis 37:3-4, 12-13a, 17b-28a; Salmos 105 (104):16-21; Mateo
21:33-43, 45-46
Miqueas 7:14-15, 18-20; Salmo 103 (102):1-4, 9-12; Lucas 15:1-3,
Domingo: Éxodo 20:1-17 [1-3, 7-8, 12-17]; Salmos 19 (18):8-11;
1 Corintios 1:22-25; Juan 2:13-25
Lunes, Marzo 2,7pm-St. Mary of the Angels, Mount Olive
Jueves Marzo 5,6:30pm-Sacred Heart, Dunn
Martes Marzo 10,6:30 pm-St. Mary, Goldsboro
Jueves, Marzo 12,7:00 pm, Holy Spirit, Kinston
Viernes, Marzo 13,7pm-Maria Reina, Mount Olive
Lunes, Marzo 16,7pm-Santa Teresa, Beulaville
Martes, Marzo 17,7:00 pm-, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Newton Grove
1 de marzo de 2015
Miercoles, Marzo 18,7:00pm-Santa
Clara, Magnolia
Jueves, Marzo 19, 6:30 pm, St. Ann,
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