St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church

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St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
ST. JOAN
OF
ARC
CATHOLIC CHURCH & SCHOOL
As a diverse Catholic community, we joyfully worship God, celebrate fellowship and care for our neighbor
with steadfast faith, confident hope and passionate love.
ALIVE IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST!
370 SW 3rd St. • Boca Raton • FL 33432
561.392.0007 • 561.392.0074 Fax
www.stjoan.org
Msgr. Michael D. McGraw • Pastor
Fr. Jimmy B. Hababag • Parochial Vicar
Fr. Tomasz Bochnak • Parochial Vicar
Fr. Vincent Byaruhanga • In Residence
Fr. Carlo DiNatale-Tarasi • Assisting
Deacon Bill Watzek
Deacon Michael Zatarga
Deacon Sam J. Barbaro
Deacon Matthew Busch • Transitional Deacon
Parish Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8:30am to 7:30pm
Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday 9:30am to 2:30pm
School Office Hours
561.392.7974 • 561.368.6671 Fax
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Mass Schedules
Saturday Vigil: 4:30pm, 6:30pm(Spanish)
Sunday: 7:00am, 8:00am, 9:15am,
10:45am, 12:15pm & 5:00pm
Monday-Friday: 6:45am & 8:15am
Saturday mornings: 8:15am
Eve of Holy Days: 6:00pm
Holy Days: 6:45am, 8:15am,
9:15am, & 12:15pm
Holidays: Only one Mass at 9:00am
The Epiphany of the Lord
“Then they opened their treasures and offered Him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.”
Isaiah 60:1-6 Psalm 72:1-2,7-8, 10-13 Ephesians 3:2-3a, 5-6 Matthew 2:1-12
The feast of the Epiphany marks the end of Christmas but it is also the first time the Son of God revealed himself
in His humanity to the whole world as represented by the 3 Magi from the east, who prostrated themselves
and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh (Gospel).
By His Incarnation, Jesus also fulfilled the promise made of old foretelling the glory of the Lord finally downing
upon Jerusalem, thus dispelling the darkness that once covered the earth, manifesting in effect His glory far and wide,
and heralding the praises of the Lord (First Reading).
St. Paul asserted that this mystery had been revealed to him by the Spirit for the benefit of the early Christians:
that the Gentiles are coheirs, members of the same body, and copartners in the promise in Christ Jesus through
the Gospel (Second Reading) thus highlighting the universality of God’s Love.
Baptisms
And it is this same Spirit that was revealed to me through His healing power and God’s transformative Love.
For it is precisely when I am weak, sick and low that I am strong with the strength of my Lord that continues
to sustain me. For no amount of pain, worries or discomforts could indeed dampen my missionary spirit from
serving and sharing with you His tremendous blessings.
Sunday (English): 1:30pm
1st Saturday (Bilingual): 12 noon
3rd Saturday (Spanish): 12 noon
Indeed, today’s feast challenges us all to be the guiding star/light so that we too could lead others
to Jesus and experience His creative Love like the rain that falls on the mown grass, like showers
that water the earth till the moon be no more! (Psalm)
Confessions
Saturday: 3:15-4pm & 5:30-6:15pm
Like us on
JANUARY 5, 2014
Wishing you all a Healthy and Grace-filled New Year!
Fr. Jimmy B. Hababag
YOUR CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IN DOWNTOWN BOCA RATON
PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS
Father, you call each one of us by name and ask
us to follow you.
Diocese of Palm Beach
Office of Vocations
www.diocesepb.org/vocations
January 5, 2014
The Epiphany of The Lord
Bless your Church by raising up dedicated leaders
from our families and friends in the Diocese of
Palm Beach, who will generously serve your people
as sisters, brothers, deacons, and priests.
Inspire us as we grow to know you, and open our
hearts to hear your call.
We ask this in the name of Jesus, Our Lord.
Amen.
MASSES FOR THE WEEK OF JANUARY 6, 2014
MONDAY, JANUARY 6
INDEX
PG. 3
- Pastor´s Message:
The Promise
of Renewal
PG. 4
- Wish List
- Weekly Treasure
- Parish Directory
PG. 5
- St. Joan of arc’s 2013
Christmas concert
PG. 6
- SJA's Breakfast
with Santa
PG. 7
- All Aboard The Polar
Express
PG 8
- The Epiphany
of Our Lord
PG. 9
- Fr. Randall’S
Book Club 2014
- The Return of the
Prodigal Son
PG. 10
- Religious Education
PG. 11
- Women of Grace Study
- Catholic Charities
- Sunday Readings
PG 12
- Pray for the Sick
- Deceased
- Overseas in the
US Armed Forces
- The Arc-Angel Society
PG. 13
- S.J.A.
Ministries & Support
PG. 14
- Around our Diocese
PG. 15-16
- Ministerio Hispano
Dear Parishioners & Friends, When coming to
Mass, please note that additional Parking is
available across the street at Temple Beth El.
Thank you very much.
6:45am
Deacon Frank Clifford
8:15am
Mary Louise Coates
by The Odierna Family
TUESDAY, JANUARY 7
6:45am
Deacon Hank Seppanen
8:15am
Alice Childerhouse
by Frances & Desmond Toner
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8
6:45am
Deacon Michael Zatarga
8:15am
Yolanda Miret by Alba & Maria
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9
6:45am
St. Joan of Arc Parishioners
8:15am
Henry Farrell
by Helene Farrell (mother)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10
6:45am
St. Joan of Arc Parishioners
8:15am
Fr. Savaia
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
BULLETIN EDITOR:
PATTY DELANEY
*Please email Bulletin materials to: [email protected]
*We reserve the right to edit and publish such materials at our discretion
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8:15am
Jeremiah Blu Dori Derrigan
4:30pm
Ronald Klipsic
by Gail, Tim & Melissa
Edward McSherry
by Jo-Ann & Lud
6:30pm
Alberto & Maria del Rosario
SUNDAY, JANUARY 12
7:00am
Theresa Porpora
by The Family
8:00am
Lucy Cuomo
by Dave & Diane Salerno
Steve Schnellenberger
by Mom & Dad
9:15am
Yolanda Miret
by David & Marge Dunn
Chris Burndt
by Mark & Eileen Duffy
10:45am
August Siebert
by The Allen Family
Carmelina Prioriello
by Husband & Daughter
12:15pm
Louis & Lilian & Edward Scarpetti
by Donna & Rizzo
Kathleen De Woody
by Rick & Rosa Reyes
5:00pm
Marie Barbagallo
by Christine Roman
Anthony Curcio
by Tina & Trace Walter
PASTOR´S MESSAGE
THE PROMISE OF RENEWAL
E
ach year when we celebrate New Years it is a powerful reminder to us that God is always making
things new. We are not fated to a mindless repetition of the past but are caught up in the creative
and ever-new that is characteristic of God's love. The challenge for us as individual Christians and as
members of God's Kingdom is to quietly listen and discern what needs our attention, hard work and imagination.
God's plan often has different values and purposes than plans put forth by humanity. God's logic or hidden designs
are not always clear to us because we are too often blinded by self-interest and a self imposed myopia.
What is clear, however, is that God wants to use our freedom and our intelligence to help make things new.
New approaches to peace, new ways of acting justly, new forms of forgiveness and new sources of human
sustenance are all examples of God's agenda that invites our passion and faithful commitment. New Year’s
Resolutions without the peaceful certitude that comes from prayer and discernment are easy prey to enthusiasms
and short term fantasies. If we are congruent with the will of God though, real and concrete good will result from
our efforts and the New Year will really be new. It will be renewed and re-created. The “Happy New Year” we wish
to others will become a reality as we join together as Christians with all people of good will to respect and govern this
precious world that God has given us as His stewards. Renewal and New Year---A future to hope in and to create.
- Msgr. Michael D. McGraw
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WEEKLY TREASURE
ANNULMENTS
MUSIC MINISTRY
Deacon Bill Watzek 561-952-2828
Douglas Byers, 561-952-2856
by appt. only.
Director of Liturgical Music
BAPTISMAL ARRANGEMENTS 561-392-0007
PARISH MANAGER
Vincent Castellano. (English) Baptism class
Patricia Suau, 561-392-0007, ext. 2806
for parents 1st Thurs. each month, 7 pm.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY
561-392-0007
Deacon Bill Watzek 561-952-2828
Constanza Preble (Spanish) Baptism class for
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES STORE
parents 3rd Tues. each month, 7 pm.
Laura Watzek, 561-393-0006.
561-392-0007
Hours: Mon - Fri, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.
CARE MINISTRY 561-962-6000
Sat, 9:00am to 5:30pm
COUNSELING CENTER
Sun. 9 am to 1:30 pm.
(Catholic Charities Satellite Office at SJA)
SACRAMENTS
Maria T. Isava MA, LCSW - 561-215-0208
Anointing of the Sick and Elderly: First
Conseling Director
Saturday of the month following the 8:15am
Fanny B. Ramos, IMH - 561-777-6407
Mass. Please call the Parish Office to
COUNSELING CENTER (Private Practice)
request a priest if you are a patient at
Pamela Diane Sigda, Ph. D. - 561-706-2277
Boca Regional Hospital.
COMMUNICATIONS MINISTRY
SACRISTAN
Patty Delaney, 561-952-2868
Laura Watzek 561-952-2808
LIFE LONG FAITH FORMATION MINISTRY
SCHOOL PRINCIPAL/SISTERS OF MERCY
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Constanza Preble, 561-620-6280
Bill Watzek, 561-952-2828
Religious Education Bill Watzek, 561-952-2828
Office, 561-391-4345
Fax: 561-962-6002.
FAMILY LIFE MINISTRY
Tessie O’Dea, 561-952-2852
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY
Katherine Leach, 561-952-2858
HISPANIC MINISTRY
Sr. Ellen Murphy R.S.M., 561-392-7974
WishList
S T. J O A N O F A R C C H U R C H & S C H O O L
1. Tuition (full or partial) for a needy child for 2014-2015 school year.
2. Underwrite Religious Education
Classes for a Needy Child.
Partial or complete donations may be made for any item
To donate an item call Wendy Horton, 561-952-2838
As you all know, implementation of Our Journey Forward Strategic Plan has
gradually started. This implementation of our Plan will require the collaboration
of many parishioners with the Seven Goal Champion Teams. In this bulletin you
will notice a Journey Forward Goal number next to every event, task or program
that points-out a pertinence to one of St. Joan of Arc’s Goals:
Sr. Josephine Sullivan R.S.M.
Sr. Kathleen Sweeney R.S.M.
Sr. DeLourdes O’Mahony R.S.M.
SJA DEVELOPMENT MINISTRY
Wendy Horton, 561-952-2838
Diane Salerno, 561-952-2848
(Special Projects)
USHERS MINISTRY
Ken Meldonian 561-620-4884
GROW IN LOVE
SPREAD THE GOSPEL
GROW IN SERVICE
GROW OUR RESOURCES
GROW IN FAITH
GROW OUR SCHOOL
GROW THE CHURCH
Please consider your role in working with Ministry Leaders, parish staff and
many of your fellow parishioners to create a future that will be energized
by the Holy Spirit and responsive to God's will.
Emails indicating interest in volunteering should be sent to:
[email protected]
Dennis Jordan 561-395-8329
WEDDING PREPARATION
Rosario Gonzales, 561-952-2854
Constanza Preble, 561-859-4666
Due to early printer deadlines, because of the New Year Holiday,
this week’s Weekly Treasure posting
will be featured in next week’s bulletin. Thank you.
1 year notice required for marriages
HOMEBOUND/PASTORAL VISITATION
Fr. Tomasz Bochnak, 561-392-0007 ext. 2824
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WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE BY CREDIT CARD?
Forms are available at the back of the church or in the Parish Office.
You can earn frequent flyer miles on your contributions to St. Joan of Arc.
We now accept
most mayor
credit cards:
ST. JOAN OF ARC’S 2013
CHRISTMAS CONCERT
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SJA'S BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
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ALL ABOARD THE POLAR EXPRESS
St. Joan of Arc Church and School sponsored the Train Ride and Snow at the recent showing of The Polar Express movie. Local families brought
their children with blankets and some wearing P.J’s for this annual event held at Mizner Park Amphitheater. In addition to the train ride, snow fell down
over the area to create a true Polar Experience. Our very own Raffi was a hit with the crowd, waving as the children boarded the train, offering his usual
high-five and thumbs-up. The families that attended appreciated the donation from our church and school, and a fun time was had by all who attended.
Members of our school staff, Dad's Club and the Sisters of Mercy were on hand to chat with families and answer questions they may have
about St. Joan of Arc Catholic School.
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THE EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD
The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ is one of the
oldest Christian feasts, though, throughout the centuries, it has
celebrated a variety of things. Epiphany comes from a Greek verb
meaning "to reveal," and all of the various events celebrated by the
Feast of the Epiphany are revelations of Christ to man.
Like many of the most ancient Christian feasts, Epiphany was first
celebrated in the East, where it has been held from the beginning
almost universally on January 6. Today, among both Eastern
Catholics and Eastern Orthodox, the feast is known as Theophany the revelation of God to man.
Epiphany originally celebrated four different events, in the following
order of importance: the Baptism of the Lord; Christ's first miracle,
the changing of water into wine at the wedding in Cana; the Nativity
of Christ; and the visitation of the Wise Men or Magi. Each of these
is a revelation of God to man: At Christ's Baptism, the Holy Spirit
descends and the voice of God the Father is heard, declaring that
Jesus is His Son; at the wedding in Cana, the miracle reveals Christ's
divinity; at the Nativity, the angels bear witness to Christ, and the
shepherds, representing the people of Israel, bow down before Him;
and at the visitation of the Magi, Christ's divinity is revealed to the
Gentiles - the other nations of the earth.
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Eventually, the celebration of the Nativity was separated out, in the
West, into Christmas; and shortly thereafter, Western Christians
adopted the Eastern feast of the Epiphany, still celebrating the
Baptism, the first miracle, and the visit from the Wise Men. Thus,
Epiphany came to mark the end of Christmastide - the Twelve Days
of Christmas, which began with the revelation of Christ to Israel
in His Birth and ended with the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles
at Epiphany.
Over the centuries, the various celebrations were further separated
in the West, and now the Baptism of the Lord is celebrated on the
Sunday after January 6, and the wedding at Cana is commemorated
on the Sunday after the Baptism of the Lord.
In many parts of Europe, the celebration of Epiphany is at least as
important as the celebration of Christmas. In Italy and other
Mediterranean countries, Christians exchange gifts on Epiphany the day on which the Wise Men brought their gifts to the Christ
Child - while in Northern Europe, it's not unusual to give gifts on both
Christmas and Epiphany (often with smaller gifts on each of the
twelve days of Christmas in between).
FR. RANDALL
BOOK CLUB
2014
We shall meet on Tuesdays beginning January 7 at 3:00p.m.
in our usual meeting room.
Our first five meetings will cover the life and poetry of Robert Frost.
To make it easy for everyone, I will follow the selections from
Tim Kendall’s The Art of Robert Frost,
a book published by Yale University in 2012.
Jan. 7: The life of Robert Frost and his first volume of poetry: A Boy’s Will, 1913
Jan. 21: North of Boston, 1914, Robert Frost
Feb. 4: Mountain Interval, 1916, Robert Frost
Feb. 18:New Hampshire, 1923, Robert Frost
Mar. 4: Later Poems of Robert Frost, 1924-1963
Mar. 18:Life of William Golding and his novel Free Fall, 1959
April 1: Free Fall, William Golding (conclusions)
April 15:The Spire, 1964, William Golding
April 29:The Spire (conclusions)
The life of Robert Frost and his first volume of poetry: A Boy’s Will, 1913 ASSIGNMENT FOR JANUARY, 7:
POEMS:
1.- The Pasture
2.- Into my Own
3.- My November Guest
4.- Storm Fear
5.- Mowing
6.- The Trial of Existence
7.- The Tuft of Flowers
8.- My Butterfly
9.- Reluctance
(If possible bring a copy of Frost's
final work: In the Clearing)
Monday Prayer Group..4:00pm. to 5:00pm.
in Casa Hispania
THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON
Please join us in our study of a Story of Homecoming by Henri
Nouwen, "on the road to reconciliation".The author evokes the
powerful drama of the parable in a rich, captivating way that is sure
to reverberate in the hearts of readers.All are welcome to this weekly
study from 4 to 5 P.M., starting Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
Any questions, please call Marjorie O'Sullivan at 395-6029
or Cassie Krajewski at 416-9831.
Happy Birthday to Bishop Barbarito & Fr. Jimmy they
share the same birthday: January 4.
May they continue to have blessed and healthy birthdays to celebrate!
The St. Joan of Arc Parish Family
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2013-2014 ST. JOAN OF ARC CATHOLIC CHURCH
RELIGIOUS
EDUCATION
SCHOOL YEAR
St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church prides itself in quality Faith
Formation for our children. We will not turn any child away.
Registration for the new school year is now under way for
Religious Education. Please feel free to stop by the Religious
Education Office Monday through Friday from 9:00am to
5:00pm. The program runs from September 15, 2013
until May 11, 2014.
A complete calendar for the school year will be available
after August 1, 2013. It will be important to follow our
calendar for dates of classes, parent sessions, rehearsals,
special events and reception of Sacraments.
HOME SCHOOLING is
offered to any child who is
unable to meet any of the
times in the schedule for
various extenuating reasons.
In order to be in this
program you must contact
Vincent Castellano directly
to schedule an appointment
and set up a monthly
schedule.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CALENDAR
JANUARY 2014
SUN 5. NO CLASSES
Christmas Break (Classes resume 1/12)
WED 8. NO CLASSES
Christmas Break (Classes resume 1/15)
SUN 12. Classes (9:15am – 10:30pm)
PK 4-8th grade
Classes meet from PreKindergarten-4 years old to
Grade 8 on Sundays from 9:15am to 10:30am and
on Wednesdays from 4:45pm to 6:00pm.
SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION 2013-2014
Our Sacramental Preparation Sessions are held on Sunday mornings,
9:15am – 10:30am starting in September through May.
We ask that participants and their families be active, registered parishioners,
and attend Mass on a weekly basis.
PREPARATION TIME:
First Reconciliation/First Communion is 2 years, (Grades 1 and 2)
Confirmation Class is also 2 years, (Grades 7 and 8).
We offer classes for children in first and second grades and seventh and eight
grades, both in English and Spanish. A copy of the Baptismal Certificate is
required when registering your child. The Religious Education Office is open
from 9am to 5pm, Mon. – Fri. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate
to contact Bill Watzek at 561-952-2828.
WED 15. Classes (4:45pm – 6:00pm)
PK 4-8th grade
SUN 19. NO CLASSES. Martin Luther King
RCIA--FOR ADULTS
The RCIA program is a journey
of Faith, designed for those
adults who wish to become
members of the Catholic Faith
Community.
The journey includes:
CATECHUMENS Those of you
who wish to celebrate the
sacrament of Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation.
CANDIDATES Those of you
who wish to celebrate one or
more sacraments of
Reconciliation, Eucharist
and/or Confirmation.
Weekend
WED 22. NO CLASSES
SUN 26. Classes (9:15am – 10:30am)
PK 4-8th grade
WED 29. Classes (4:45pm – 6:00pm)
PK 4-8th grade
If your child is less than 7 years old,
parents are required and godparents
are encouraged to attend Baptism
Preparation Classes the first Thursday
of the month from 7:00pm to
8:15pm in the Rose & Pat Procacci
Bldg. in Conference Room A. Baptisms are celebrated Sundays at
1:30pm. For further information or to
register please contact the Parish
Office at 561-392-0007 or
Bill Watzek at 561-952-2828.
2014 PRE-BATISM CLASSES
1st Thursday of Every Month in
English Conference Room A
6:00am - 9:00pm
February 7, 2014
March 6, 2014
April 3, 2014
May 1, 2014
June 5, 2014
July 3, 2014
RCIA--FOR CHILDREN
Catechetical classes are done individually for
children 7 and up to be prepared for the reception
of the sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion
and Confirmation at the Easter Vigil.
August 7, 2014
September 4, 2014
October 2, 2014
November 6, 2014
December 4, 2014
This schedule is adapted
to meet everyone's needs.
NO ONE SHOULD BE WITHOUT
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION.
WE WILL NOT TURN ANY CHILD
OR FAMILY AWAY.
OFFICE HOURS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR (September 15, 2013 to May 11, 2014)
Monday , Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm. Wednesday 10:00am to 6:00pm (When there is no class on Wednesday the office hours are 9am to 5pm)
Friday’s 9:00am to 2:00pm. Sunday’s 9:00am to 12:00 noon (when there is no class on Sunday the office will be closed. The office will then be open on
Fridays from 9:00am to 5:00pm.) For more information call: Bill Watzek directly by calling at 561-952-2828 or email: [email protected]
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FIND YOUR PURPOSE
FEED YOUR SOUL
AT LAST, A POWERFUL CATHOLIC STUDY FOR THE IMPERFECT
WOMAN SEEKING HOLINESS IN AN IMPERFECT WORLD!
In the Women of Grace Foundational Study, you will embark upon a journey of discovery and
transformation as you explore the great call and gift of your femininity. Along the way, each week you
will meet two great women saints, receive wisdom from Holy Mother Church, unpack the life-changing
wisdom of Holy Scripture, and discover how the Blessed Virgin Mary is the exemplar of discipleship
and the pathway to her Son, Jesus Christ and the heart of the Father.
STUDY DETAILS:
Women of Grace Ten-Week Foundational Program
Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Tessie O’Dea: 561-620-4850 or email: [email protected] or
Martha Nicolli: 561-212-8673 or email: [email protected]
Registration is required. Space is Limited.
Study Name: …………………............Participant Name: …………………………….......
Address: ………………………………… Phone: ………. Email:………………….....
Mail complete form to: St. Joan of Arc, 370 SW 3rd Street, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Attn: Women of Grace
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COFFEE AND DONUTS will now
be available following the
10:45am Mass in the Gazebo.
SUNDAY READINGS
CATHOLIC CHARITIES
COUNSELING SERVICES AVAILABLE
at their Satellite Office at St. Joan of Arc
298 SW 3rd Street, Boca Raton, Fl 33432
Maria Teresa Isava, MA, LCSW l 561-215-0208
Fanny B. Ramos, IMH l 561-777-6407
JAN 5
(The Epiphany of The Lord)
Is 60:1-6; Ephe 3:2-3a, 5-6;
Mat 2:1-12
JAN 12
(Feast of the Baptism
of the Lord)
Is 42:1-4, 6-7; Acts 10:3438; Mt 3:13-17
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PRAY FOR THE SICK
Amantia, Bill
Amantia, Ro
Ayala, Angelina
Calkin,Tristin
(6 Yrs. Old)
Cacace, Vincent
Conaghan, Patrick
Colon, Myrna
Desmarais, Clovis
Teresa Marrou Freundt
Feerguson-Byrne, Ashley
Ferguson, John
Fiorito, Josephine
Gereke, Dorothy
Gonzales, Ernest
Horn, Amy
Holmes, Mary
Imbrigiotta, Marlene
Jorgensen, Bob
Kassing, Robert
Kartheiser, Karen
Kenny, Pauline M.
Kiernan, Terence
Kolcun, Laverne
Krasne, Mary Rose
BAPTISMS
We welcome the newest members of St Joan of Arc Parish and
offer our congratulations to the parents of the newly baptized.
ALTAR BREAD
December
Leighton, Wilson
Lippy, Jim
Lupo Anna
Manno, Jean
Martinez, Mauro
Marrou, Ana Teresa
Miller, Betty
Muriel
McCarthy, Mary
McCormick, John
Nguyen, Christopher
Pacheco, Licha
Pershyn, Moira
Perez, Rosa
Pike, Stephen
Pinto, Kevin
Pfistner, Paul
Rellick, Mary
Risko, Greg
Ridge, Teresa
Roberts, Tyler
Rodriguez Mary Ann
Roesslein, Mike
Roy, Dolores & George
Sagaria, Joyce
Santiesteban, Lillian
Soihet, Samoel
Soihet, Fanny
Schley, Megan
Syler, Jr. Bob
Tousignant, Helen
Trzeciak, Max
Zatarga, Deacon Mike
WOULD YOU LIKE TO DONATE
FLOWERS TO DECORATE THE ALTAR
ON THE WEEKEND MASSES?
You can do this to celebrate special dates,
(birthdays, anniversaries etc.), you can also
donate them in memory of someone or
to celebrate your family, or your business
or simply to decorate the Lord's table.
Your name would be printed here on
the week you choose to donate
the flower arrangement/s.
If interested, please call Patty Delaney
at (561)952-2868 or email [email protected]
This week’s altar flowers:
provided complimentary by BOCA BY DESIGN. A floral & décor company
servicing south Florida for all of your floral and event needs 561-447-5444
www.bocabydesign.com
10% discount to SJA parishioners should you state prior to
ordering that you were referred by St Joan of Arc.
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Do you want a special remembrance for a loved one, living or
deceased?
You can donate Altar Bread for a week of Masses
by calling Karen Tringali, 561-752-0014.
JANUARY 05: In loving memory of Deacon Hank Seppanen
DECEASES
Christa M. Mussenden
Nella Manes
"We loved them in life;
let us not abandon
them in death until we have
seen them safely into the
House of the Lord."
- ST. AMBROSE
Overseas in The US Armed Forces:
Afghanistan: Staff. Sgt. Douglas Stott, PVT 1st Class
Brendan Nestor. Jason Fry Master Sgt. Marines
Iraq: Sgt. Maj. John Hermeling, Capt. Christopher Allen & PFC Lee E.
Palmer; David Schuler, Lance Corp., Marines. Germany: Benjamin Creed,
PVT. Okinowa: SA William Fix Jr. Djibouti, Africa: Rev. John Gayton,
member of the Navy Chaplain Corps Spain: Lance Corporal Brett R. Bryant
When you consider your estate plans,
remember your spiritual Family
Truly your parish has been a part of your faith
development, a member of your family.
Consider becoming a member of The Arc Angel
Society as a way of guaranteeing the health of
your spiritual family long into the future.
Please consider a bequest as part of your plans
to benefit your parish. Through your estate, your membership in our
extended community of faith will continue in perpetuity.
Your attorney, or financial advisor can advise you on the tax benefits
and other considerations you will want to think about as you consider
your estate plans. A number of valuable and attractive benefits will
accompany your membership. These include special masses and mailings
designed especially for Society members.
For more information, please contact Wendy Horton at 561.952-2838.
S.J.A. MINISTRIES & SUPPORT SERVICES
PRAY THE ROSARY
Join us every morning,
6:15am in the Chapel, to
pray for our Pope, Bishop,
Priests, Deacons, and Religious, and
for vocations. Join us every morning
after the 8:15am Mass in the Chapel to
pray to end abortion.
AA (ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS)
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Saturdays,
10am in Immaculata Center,
Mondays, 7:00pm, Art Room, and
Wednesdays 7:00pm in
Immaculata Center.
AL - ANON
ALA - TEEN
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Saturdays,
10am in Immaculata Center
ST. JOAN OF ARC KNIGHTS
OF COLUMBUS!
We are a part of this great dynamic
Catholic International
Organization.
Call Joe Kabbas,
G.K.: 561-299-8921.
ST. JOAN OF ARC COLUMBIETTES
are the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary
of dedicated Catholic women. Please
join us as United We Stand to embark
on this fresh new year in
building a strong bond
in our parish.
For details call
Terri Picinich,
561-901-7312.
MOMMY
& ME
Weekly
get together
Every Tuesday
between
10:00am and
1:00pm. Come and
go as you please.
We bring
snacks/lunch for the little ones and
ourselves. At The Ark - every
other week.
Please contact Amanda Roccapriore
- Herrera at 561-859-8684 or
[email protected]
for information.
JOIN THE SJA COUNCIL OF
CATHOLIC WOMEN (CCW)
St. Joan of Arc Council of
Catholic Women (CCW) is
a dynamic group of women
who support, empower
and educate its members
in spirituality, leadership
and service. We are an affiliate of the National Council of Catholic
Women. Our Circle Meetings are smaller
groups that meet once a month.
St. Ana Circle 4th Wednesday at 8am.
St. Clare Circle 3rd Wednesday at 1pm.
St. Elizabeth Circle 2nd Friday at 12.00pm.
Sts Martha & Mary Circle 3rd Thursday at
7pm. St. Monica Circle 4th Monday at
2pm. St. Therese of Lisieux 3rd Tuesday
at 8am. We have an interesting calendar
of events. Please join us, make new
friends, as we are Women Making a
difference.
For more information call
Miriam Gaynor, 561-395-5615
SJA RESPECT
LIFE MINISTRY
Join us to pray the rosary at the
Planned Parenthood site at 8177
Glades Rd., West Boca. We meet in
front of the shopping center at
9:45am on Fridays.
For information call Terri at
561-901-7312 or Mary Jane at
561-961-4900.
PREGNANT? KNOW YOUR
OPTIONS, CALL 800-395-HELP
ADORATION OF
THE BLESSED
SACRAMENT
Join us every
Tuesday, 5-9pm and
Friday, 9am to 9pm
in the Chapel. Divine
Mercy Chaplet
prayed on Fridays at 3:00pm, and the
Rosary on Fridays at 8:30pm.
KNIT/CROCHET SOCIAL
All are invited to join us on the 1st & 3rd
Thursday of the month at 10:30am in
the at the Casa Hispana (corner of 3rd
Ave and 4 th St.). Beginners to experts
are needed to make prayer shawls and
projects for preemies, kids and our
troops. Call Claire at 445-4802 or
Dottie at 395-2681 for more information.
SJA DAD’S CLUB
Every Monday in Mercy Center
at Drop off - 7:45am
All dads in the Parish welcome.
P.O.P.S.
Parents of Prayer & Service meet
every Thursday during the school year,
7:45am to 8:15am in the Convent
Chapel. Please join us.
ALLELUIA CLUB
Is a meeting of Parishioners 50 +
More information please call
Tessie O’Dea at 561-952-2852
SJA SCHOOL ALUMNI:
We invite you to register on our St.
Joan of Arc website as an alumnus if
you haven't already done so at
[email protected]
SHARED CARE
Each Wednesday at Temple
Beth El, 9:30am to 2:30pm.
Bring your loved one so you may
have some respite care, or come and
volunteer and have fun with us!
This is a combined effort between
Temple Beth El, St. Joan of Arc and
The First Presbyterian Church.
For more info call Tessie O’Dea
at 561-952-2852.
THE SJA PUBLIC ADVOCACY
COMMITTEE is requesting the
current members and any other
parishioners who wish to join,
to send their email/phone number
(whichever you wish) to Joseph
Kabbas, Chairman of Public
Advocacy. Joined with Public
Advocacy is Respect Life.
If you are a member or wish to be
part of these two ministries, please
forward your e-mail / phone number
to Joseph Kabbas Chairman e-mail
[email protected]
phone 561-299-8921
fax 561-362-7134
KOINONIA GATHERING
2nd Sunday of each month at
10:30am Immaculata Center. For info
call Tessie O’Dea at 561-952-2852
JOYFUL AGAIN
For more information please
call Marjorie O’Sullivan
561-395-6029.
SUNDAY TV MASS
FOR THE HOMEBOUND
Each week at 9:30am on WPXP TV,
Channel 8, Mass for the Homebound can be seen. For a copy of the
Sunday Missal, call the Diocesan
Office of Communications at
561-775-9529.
HOMEBOUND MINISTRY
Call us if you or someone you know
is no longer able to attend Mass.
Our Extraordinary Ministers of
Holy Communion visit the elderly
& infirmed Parishioners.
Call 561-952-2828
UPGRADE YOUR CLOSET!
THE ST. JOAN OF ARC
USHERS WANT YOU!!!
Are you tired of your wardrobe and
deciding what to wear to Mass each
week? Let us dress you! We are a
ministry of over 60 men and women
that provide each mass with the
hospitality & services to make all
parishioners and guests feel welcome.
We would like to tell you about this
great ministry and how getting involved
provides a service to St. Joan and a
blessing for you. And you’ll be one of
the best dressed people at Mass!
Call Ken Meldonian 561-620-4884
or Dennis Jordan 561-395-8329.
SCRIPTURE STUDY
Sunday Morning from 9:15am to 10:30
am. in Conf. Room B.
Thursday Morning Scripture Study
9:00am at the Casa Hispana
(corner of 3rd Ave and 4 th St.)
NA (NARCOTICS
ANONYMOUS)
Meets at St. Joan of Arc Fridays at
7 pm, in Immaculata Center.
More information call: 276-4581
Find your purpose... feed your soul.
Embark upon a 10-week Journey of
Discovery and Transformation that is
life-changing! For details contact.
Tessie O'Dea 561-952-2852
or Martha Nicolli at
[email protected]
JANUARY 5 l ST. JOAN OF ARC l 13
ROSARY SERVICE HELD EVERY MONTH
Catholic Charities Office of Respect Life conducts a Rosary Service the first Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. outside the Presidential Women's
Center in West Palm Beach. The center is located at 100 Northpoint
Parkway, just off 45th St and Village Blvd. Please join us across the street from
the abortion center as we peacefully pray. For information, call the Respect Life
Office at 561-775-9565.
SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILIES OF PEOPLE IN PRISON
Catholic Charities’ Prison Ministry has initiated a Support Group for adult family
members of persons who are incarcerated in state and federal
prisons and county jails. All communications are kept in confidence. Group meets
10:00 A.M. on the second Saturday of each month at St. John of the Cross
Parish Hall in Vero Beach. Contact our Prison Ministry office for details: 561-3603326.
WORKSHOPS FOR MINISTERS OF WORD (LECTORS)
Presented simultaneously in English and in Spanish.
Saturday, January 11, 2014 in St. Lucie Church, Port St. Lucie. More information at 772-878-1215. (Last day for registration: Tuesday,
January 7). Saturday, January 25, 2014 in St. Rita Church,
Wellington. More information at 561-793-8544. (Last day for
registration: Tuesday, January 21).
WORKSHOP FOR EXTRAORDINARY
MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION
Presented simultaneously in English and in Spanish.
Saturday, January 11, 2014 (English class only) in St. Helen Church, Vero
Beach. More information at 772-567-5129. (Last day for registration: Tuesday, January 7). Saturday, January 18, 2014 in
Cathedral of St. Ignatius Loyola, Palm Bch. Gdns. More information
at 561-662-2565. (Last day for registration: Tuesday, January 14). Saturday, March 8, 2014 in Ascension Church, Boca Raton. More
information at 561-997-5486. (Last day for registration: Tuesday, March
4). Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Sacred Heart Church, Okeechobee. More
information at 863-763-3727. (Last day for registration: Tuesday, March
11). Saturday, March 22, 2014 in St. Lucie Church, Port St. Lucie. More information at 772-878-1215.
(Last day for registration: Tuesday, March 18).
CALLING ALL DIOCESAN CATHOLIC WOMEN
Registration Forms are now available for the 5th Annual Catholic Women of
Faith, Women of Action Conference to be held Saturday, March 1, 2014 at
the Cathedral of St. Ignatius in Palm Beach Gardens. Hosted by the Palm
Beach Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, all women of faith and of all
ages throughout the Diocese of Palm Beach are invited to attend this conference. This inspiring day of worship will provide you with many opportunities
to grow in your prayer life, faith and service. Our motivational guest speaker
will be Father Richard Champigny, O. Carm., and Parochial Vicar at St. Jude
Catholic Church in Boca Raton. Other conference highlights include: • Spiritfilled music by St. Jude's H.O.P.E. (He Opened Paradise for Everyone) Music
Ministry • Mass with celebrant Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of
Palm Beach • Confession, the Rosary, religious articles, prayer and contem-
14 l ST. JOAN OF ARC l JANUARY 5
plation • Registration/check-in will be held from 8 a.m. - 9 a.m.; Conference
doors will open at 9 a.m. For more information or to view or download a
registration form, please call Patti Amann at 561-662-4780 or visit www.pbdccw.catholicweb.com or www.diocesepb.org/events
ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY MASS FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach, will preside at
the celebration of our 30th Annual Anniversary Mass for Married Couples on
Saturday, February 22, 2014, 10:30AM, at St. Mark in Boynton Beach.
Cake, coffee and punch will be served in the parish hall after the Mass. All
couples who will be celebrating 25, 40, or 50 or more years of marriage in
the calendar year 2014 are invited to participate. To attend, please contact
your own parish office and register your names as soon as possible – but no
later than Monday, February 3, 2014. We ask that all participating couples
arrive at St. Mark Church by 10:00AM -- thirty minutes prior to the start of
the Mass.
PRAY FOR OUR PRIESTS
By popular request, we continue to maintain and update the monthly calendar which originally appeared on the diocesan website during the Year for
Priests (June 2009 – June 2010.) The prayers of all the faithful in support
of the dedicated priests of the Diocese of Palm Beach are much appreciated
by our priests. Please continue to pray daily, using the monthly calendar as a
guide. The guide can be found on the Events Calendar of the website. Go to
www.diocesepb.org/events and click on the “Pray Daily for Priests” wording
in the left column.
PERMANENT DEACON APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW
Men interested in applying to become Permanent Deacons are asked to
speak to their pastors for permission to apply and download the application
from the diocesan website at www.diocesepb.org/deacon-formation. To be
considered for next year’s class the deadline for applications is January 31,
2014. For more information contact Lynn Powell in the diocesan Diaconate
Office at 561-775-9540 or [email protected]
NATIONAL WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY
On January 18 - 25, 2014, Christian Churches throughout the world will join
in prayer asking the Lord to restore oneness to the Christian community. This
oneness was ruptured at various times during the history of the Church,
thankfully, most of the acrimony of the past is behind us, and Christians are
more and more yearning for doctrinal unity and pastoral charity among all
believers. To this end, the Graymoor Ecumenical Institute inaugurated the
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity which is entering its 107th year in 2014.
CARDINAL GIBBONS HIGH SCHOOL
Will be administering our 2014 Entrance Exam (High School Placement Test)
on Saturday, January 25, at 8:00am.
All freshman applicants are required to take the High School Placement Test.
This is a standardized test written and evaluated by the Scholastic Testing
Service, Inc.
Applications for prospective 9th graders are available online at
www.cghsfl.org/admissions or by calling (954) 291-2900 ext. 108.
Ministerio Hispano
MISA EN ESPAÑOL TODOS LOS SABADOS A LAS 6:30PM
“Nuestro principal apostolado como cristianos consiste en crear en el mundo un ambiente de auténtica caridad”
Solemnidad Epifania del Señor
Mateo 2, 1-12:
“HEMOS VISTO SALIR SU ESTRELLA Y VENIMOS A ADORARLO”
La pregunta de los Magos, al llegar a
Jerusalén, está motivada por la ocultación de
la estrella que les puso en movimiento, les
guió, con esperanza, por el camino hasta que
desapareció. Quieren seguir adelante y
culminar su hazaña. La fuerza de la estrella
está latente en ellos impulsándoles a
mantenerse en su empeño.
La palabra Epifanía es una palabra griega
que significa manifestación de la divinidad.
Manifestación que tuvo un primer momento,
"llegada la plenitud de los tiempos" (Gal
4,4), en la noche de Belén a los pastores,
descubriendo el empeño de Dios de hacerse
cercano al hombre: “Acampó entre nosotros”
(Jn 1, 14), como Enmanuel, Dios - connosotros. Hoy esta manifestación es el
desvelamiento de la universalidad de la
salvación de Dios por Cristo para todos los
hombres y naciones de todos los tiempos.
Dios es para todos. Su salvación es para
todos, porque esa salvación no es recompensa de unos méritos, sino la gratuidad sublime de un Padre que quiere lo mejor para
todos sus hijos. Fiesta de la Epifanía del
Señor, fiesta de la abolición de lo que pueda separar, distanciar, diferenciar a unos
de otros. Todo ser humano es hijo de Dios.
En un mundo globalizado, donde se dan pasos para la unión económica y
monetaria, pretendiendo que nuestro joven siglo pueda llamarse del hombre
universal y planetario, andamos aún divididos y enfrentados, despedazados en
bloques, razas, pueblos, naciones, regiones, lenguas. Se habla de la unión y qué
poco se hace para que desaparezcan las divisiones.
Los Magos vieron la estrella, se ponen en
camino saliendo de su comodidad, seguridad y
esquemas fijos. Una actitud de búsqueda,
provocada por una llamada, les impulsa a
horizontes nuevos. No es fácil la aventura. No
hay garantías de seguridad. Pero la luz de la
estrella les encandila y con entusiasmo emprende la marcha. La estrella desaparece. Ellos
siguen aferrados a su proyecto y preguntan
buscando una orientación que pueda sacarlos de
esa oscuridad que les desasosiega. Siguen con
tesón logrando llegar a la meta: “Cayendo de
rodillas le adoraron”. Atentos a la estrella,
dejando a tras lo de siempre, caminando con
entusiasmo venciendo cansancios y obstáculos,
buscando quien les reoriente, llevando en el
corazón la ilusión de un encuentre gratificante,
es el secreto de esta aventura que hoy
celebramos.
¿Cómo cambiar a una actitud universal
exigida por la adhesión de Cristo, Salvador de
los hombres? El amor a Cristo hace universal al
hombre. Los personajes protagonistas de este
episodio son ejemplo y estímulo. La Epifanía del
Señor es una llamada, como cristianos, a una
vocación misionera. Si en nuestra vida no somos manifestación de Dios que es
amor universal y fraternidad, justicia y liberación, esperanza y solidaridad,
especialmente con los más pobres y marginados, no tiene sentido la celebración
de hoy, falla muestra vida cristiana y nuestro seguimiento de Cristo Si se desvirtúa
la sal, la luz de la comunidad cristiana, ¿cómo será visible el rostro y los rasgos
de Dios? Estamos llamados a ser testigos de la luz de Cristo, estrella que llame y
oriente para hacer presente a Dios en nuestro mundo.
Para Información sobre los sacramentos, clases de preparación para bautismo, etc. Entrar en nuestra página web:http://stjoan.org/ministries/casa-hispana/ o pedir información en la parroquia con María, Rosario o Alba 561-392-0007. Para pedir una intención en las misas para difuntos o enfermos dirigirse a la oficina parroquial en las
horas de oficina.
Nuestra contribución semanal a la Iglesia. Como miembros de Santa Juana de Arco la comunidad hispana contribuimos
semanalmente con el ofertorio, continuemos siendo generosos con nuestra aportación. La participación de todos los feligreses
es esencial para el éxito de nuestros ministerios apostólicos.
JANUARY 5 l ST. JOAN OF ARC l 15
MINISTERIO HISPANO AVISOS PARROQUIALES
“Los obispos de los Estados Unidos, reconociendo el valor del sacrificio espiritual y corporal en la vida de la Iglesia animan a todos los fieles a
hacer ayuno y abstinencia todos los viernes por la intención de la protección de la vida, el matrimonio, y la libertad religiosa.”
El Papa advierte que nuestra cultura ha perdido la percepción de la presencia
concreta de Dios, LOS SACRAMENTOS, de su acción en el mundo. Pensamos
que Dios sólo se encuentra más allá, en otro nivel de realidad, separado
de nuestras relaciones concretas. Pero si así fuese, si Dios fuese incapaz
de intervenir en el mundo, su amor no sería verdaderamente poderoso,
verdaderamente real
[PAPA FRANCISCO, LITT. ENC. LUMEN FÍDEI, 29-VI-2013, N. 4.5].
—Vivimos como si el Señor estuviera allá lejos, donde brillan las estrellas,
y no consideramos que también está siempre a nuestro lado. Y está como
un Padre amoroso —a cada uno de nosotros nos quiere más que todas las
madres del mundo pueden querer a sus hijos—, ayudándonos, inspirándonos, bendiciendo... y perdonando (...). Preciso es que nos empapemos,
que nos saturemos de que Padre y muy Padre nuestro es el Señor que está
junto a nosotros y en los cielos. San Josemaría, Camino, n. 267
Al recibir la ABSOLUCIÓN SACRAMENTAL Y LA EUCARISTÍA, movidos por la
fe, ¡qué seguridad se adquiere en el perdón y en la cercanía de Nuestro
Señor, qué paz se derrama también sobre el alma, y cómo nos hacemos capaces de contagiar esa serenidad a nuestro alrededor!
CONFESIONES todos los sábados a las 5:45 (antes de la Santa Misa)
en la capilla.
CLASES DE PRIMERA COMUNIÓN: Clases particulares para ayudar a las
mamas a preparar a sus hijos para recibir la Primera comunión. Llame a 561859-4666 para una entrevista.
PARA PARTICIPAR COMO MONAGUILLO por favor envíe su información completa a: [email protected] O
comuníquese con Rita Carrillo 561 543 6049 para más información. Estamos preparando el próximo taller.
Durante las Misas en español, los niños de 4 a 11 años se
reúnen en la capilla para vivir la LITURGIA DE LA PALABRA
dirigida por nuestros queridos catequistas. Gracias Nanci y
José Mesa y Cinthia Lara por su generosa colaboración para
presentar la Palabra a los niños durante la Misa.
PRÓXIMO BAUTISMO EN ESPAÑOL para menores de 6 años: sábado 18 de
enero regístrese en la oficina de la parroquia. Próxima clase pre bautismal en
español para padres y padrinos: martes 21 de enero a las 7:00pm
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN SANTA JUANA DE ARCO: Únase a nuestro grupo de
oración, Nos reunimos todos los jueves a las 7:00pm en la Casa Hispana.
Para más información llame a Fernando: 561-573-0194 o venga sin com-
promiso a la Casa Hispana: en la esquina de SW 4thStreet y SW 3rd Ave.
GRUPO DE ORACIÓN
PADRE PIO:
Todos los jueves a las
8:15 la Santa Misa en
la capilla, a seguir a partir de las 9:00am nos
reunimos en la casa de
oración THE ARK para
rezar juntos el Santo
Rosario y escuchar una charla mensual. Llame a Anabella para más información: 561-283-9366.
Si usted desea participar en un TALLER DE ORACIÓN Y VIDA del Padre Larrañaga. Por favor comuníquese con Martha Bencomo 561-212-5021.
SERVICIOS OFRECIDOS PARA LA COMUNIDAD:
Las CLASES DE INGLÉS se reúnen todos los miércoles
por la mañana y por la tarde Llame al 561- 212 9868 para registrarse y recibir más información.
Próximas CLASES DE PREPARACIÓN PARA LA CIUDADANÍA:
lunes 13 y 27 de enero. Por favor llame a Adriana para
confirmar: 954-818-5032
CLASES DE COMPUTACION: Continuarán el Sabado 11 de Enero del 2014 en
la Casa Hispana. Las Clases comienzan a las 9am. Computación básica, Microsoft Office Word, Internet, Correo Electronico y muchos tips para el uso de
computadoras, laptos o tablets. Llamar al 561-929-9005 para reservar su asistencia.
SEMINARIO GRATIS DE MOTIVACION Y EMPRENDIMIENTO.
Transforme su vida! El proximo Sabado 11 de Enero del 2014,
a las 12 del mediodia GRATIS el seminario de Motivación y
Emprendimiento con el fin de sensibilizar acerca de Educación
Financiera Personal y Empresarial, a través de la presentación
de ejemplos concretos de buenas prácticas en la creación de nuevas ideas
de negocios. Reserve su asistencia llamando al 561-929-9005.
RECUERDA: "Mientras usted no ponga sus metas en papel tendrá
intenciones que son semillas sin tierra"
Directorio
Director: Constanza Preble 561-859-4666 - 561-620-6280 - Ministerio Extraordinario de la Eucaristía: Sr. y Sra. Córdova 561-573-0194 Monaguillos: Rita Carrillo 561-543-6049 - Proclamadores de la Palabra: Carmen Gomez 561-305-9082 - Liturgia de los niños: Nanci Mesa 561-208-6380
Clases de Inglés: 561- 212-9868 - Computación: 561-929-9005
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